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Richard Simmons draws crowd to hospital fair
Richard Simmons and the
Whole Family Health Fair drew
an estimated 10,000 outdoors at
Community Hospital, Watervliet.
The crowd saw fifty health
oriented displays and at least
2,000 took advantage of the nine
f r e e health tests. Excellent
weather contributed to the festive
air surrounding the event, which
featured two excercise concerts
by fitness guru
Richard
Simmons.
According
to
Frank
Tiedemann, hospital planning
and marketing director, "For
thirty years Community Hospital
was located on Watervliet's Main
Street. In 1979 we eagerly moved
to our new building in Medical
Park with the intention of
broadening our services and our
ability to offer those services to
more people. And we have done
that. That was one reason we had
the Whole Family Health Fair - to
let our communities know how
much more we have to offer
them.
"We also wanted to show that
our commitment is not just to
those in need of hospital care. We
are here to teach people how to
become and stay healthy, as well.
That is why we invited Richard
Simmons. He is a national
symbol of good health and
physical fitness. By bringing him
to Watervliet. we are trying to
impress people with the
importance of good life habits.
"By applying the good health
prescriptions that our staff have
to offer, many people could avoid
hospital stays. This is why 19
health-oriented organizations
independent of the hospital were
also represented at the Fair.
They, like we, are committed to
the philosophy that 'An ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of
cure".
YOUNGSTERS EXERCISE AT SECOND SHOW — AD ages attended and enjoyed the two
Richard Simmons eiercise shows. The exercise king also called teenagers, grandmothers and
yonag men np 00 the stage to participate in his program.
RICHARD SIMMONS NEW FAN CLUB — They csnki be, but their tags said they were members
of the Community Hospital Ladies Auxiliary .The Auxiliary pot in many long hours working at the
Fair Saturday selling books, tee shirts and tickets. Winner of the color television drawing was
Mary Pfiagradt of Waterviiet.
(PWIos by Q df i c y' i C r e a t hr e Phs t of r a phy- Ma r t y Q^gley)
ENCOURAGES CROWD ON HEALTHFUL SNACHNG - Richard
Simmons delighted the Jam packed crowd that entered the tent
following his first show with his warm persuaality.
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COMMUNITY HOSPITAL RADIOLOGY EXHIBIT - Om of » health dkptays at the "Whole
Family Health F a i r " at Community Hospital Saturday.
AUTOGRAPHS BROKEN ARM — Television star Richard
Simmons signed autographs for more than two boon Saturday
after his U a.m. show ended, hot this little girl has the only casi ue
signed.
Photot by Qolflejf'i C r a t i v ; PlBtogrmphy
Page Two
Watervliet
Record
September 24, 1981
Watervliet
September 24, 1981
From the W o t o r v l i e t Record Files
20 Years Ago
The September "Save^-Life Line" Safety Limerick contest
sponsored by the Waterviiet Piper closed recently. The winners were
first prire. Elna Jones. Watervliet; second prire, Kenneth Craig,
Colocna; third prire, Paul Emerson, Watervliet
Marine Pvt. William H. Loshbough, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Loshbough, Sr., of Watervliet, Mi., completed recruit training,
August 22nd, at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif.
Nine students at WHS have received certificates for their
outstanding performances on the National Educational Development
Tests, announced Mr. Formsma, school principal. Recipients include:
Carol J. Baiers, Cynthia J. Bethe, Charles J. Brobst, Steven E.
Crocker, Christine Fotre, Marshall T. Knox, Sharon L Kraklau,
Marsha M. Mestre, and Terry D. Renfro.
40 Years Ago
The FNB of Watervliet has reached an all time high in the way of
deposits. The deposits are well over the million mark and total
resources are shown on the banks current statement as $1,133,208.90.
A. B. Horton left Watervliet Tuesday, for Chicago, enroute to El
Reno, Oklahoma, to visit a son, Horace Horton, and his family. Mr.
Horton planned on flying from Chicago to Oklahoma City via S t Louis.
He proposed making the return trip by train.
Tbt Green Wave of Hartford High was very calm last Friday
afternoon and a well-oiled Maroon football machine splashed through
for a 57-0 victory.
Leo Shaw, Pres. of the 8th Dist of the Michigan Education
Association, has appointed Supt Crocker, a member of the
nominating committee for the coming convention of teachers that will
be held at Battle Creek on October 16-17. •
The High School Band appeared in the Celery Days Parade at
Decatur on Saturday afternoon. A large crowd was on hand to witness
the nine bands and many floats that made up the parade.
60 Years Ago
In the first of the series of ball games arranged with Hartford, the
Watervliet team lost to the visitors on the local grounds last Sunday 7
tol.
There were thirteen tickets sold at Watervliet for the Pere
Marquette excursion to Chicago last Sunday morning, ' f t e special
train carried eleven coaches and all the seats were taken before the
train got out of Michigan according to a report Among those from
Watervliet who went were: William Juergens, Ralph Thomas, Wilson
Bridge, Mrs. Geo. Kreitner, Mrs. Kate McNett, and Asa Steele.
Forest Boyer will provide taxi service every day during the Van
Buren Co. Fair next week between Watervliet and the Fair Grounds at
Hartford. Fare each way 25 cents. Taxi at Ryno's Cigar Store.
Chas. Camp is operating the small tank truck for the Watervliet Oil
Company.
0. A. Dodd is driving a new Chevrolet Baby Grand Touring Car,
purchased of H. G. Hinckley.
Watervliet Public Library
Afternoons:
Monday thru Friday -1:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday -1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Morning & Evening:
Wednesday -10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Board Meetings held 2nd Tues of each month. 7:30 p.m
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Watervliet Record
Watervliet Mich
Dear Gordon:
Attached kindly find check No.
5568 for $6.00 and ask you kindly
extend my subacription another
year.
Should have it $7.00 as it is
surely worth i t
Yours for the best that the Good
Lord can offer.
Yours truly
Harold L. Scherer
HOSPITAL
WATERVLIET
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
ADMISSIONS:
WATERVLIET
Jody
Hiumin, Mark Klann, Jr., Wendy
Baldwin, Car! Hingst Dorothy
Mills, Everett Yancy, Cheryl
Harkey, Cathy Scott, Helen
Scherer, Alice Forsythe, and
Betty DiebokL
COLOMA - Mildred Miner,
Janice Besemer, Meredith
Jackson, Rudolph Appel, Lovedia
Gibson, Sherry Cowgill, Elle
Haag, Grace GiunU, Shirley
Sissor, Peggy Walker, Eula Gets,
Scott Streu, Mrs. Clara F a rling,
Beverly Arant, Deerfield Cook,
Richard Schingledecker J r . ,
Patrick
Lawson,
Wilford
Stewart, Genevieve Benner,
Bunnie Brown, Mrs. William
Short Mrs. Ford Ochampaugh.
HARTFORD - Doyle TradeQ,
John Arnold, Mrs. Patty
Brunner, Randolph Bassett,
Robert Moore, Lois Rants, Niegel
Austin, Laura Coon, Forrest
Adkins.
DISCHARGES:
WATERVLIET Orrial
Bridges, Marie Eisbrenner, Dale
Summers, Mark Klann, Jr., Jody
Thumm, Delphia Hammond,
Everett Yancy, Cheryl Harkey.
Kathy Scott, Margaret Pence,
Clara Fading.
COLOMA — Justin Termeer,
Marcus Sewell. Janice Besemer,
Rudolph Appel, Scott Streu,
Beverly Arant Mildred Miner.
Ellen Haag, Shirley Sisson,
Cheryl Elftmann, Lottie Wolik,
Grace Giunta, Lovedia Gibson,
Meredith Jackcon, Sherry
Cowgill, Diane Rendell, Ida
Mitzell, Peggy Walker, Darrell
Wilson, Eula Getz, Richard
Schingledecker, Charlotte
Horvath, Wilford Stewart.
HARTFORD - Julia Conklin,
Lilliam Stembaugh, Linda
Jufeirt, Howard Timmons, John
Arnold, Mrs. Mary Dublin. Fred
Ruter, Mrs. Patty Brunner, Lois
Rantz, Doyle Trudell, Randolph
Bassett, Niegel Austin.
Watervliet Music
Boosters have
extra calendars
From t h e Coloma Courier Files
20 Years Ago
About 200 friends and relatives gathered Sunday to observe the
golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Warren. Open
house was held from 1 to 5 p.m. at the farm house on North Coloma
Road, where the Warrens have resided for the past 45 years. Hosting
the event were their two sons and daughter.
The Comets and the South Haven Rams thrilled a big crowd at
Coloma Friday evening by staging a scoring dual that South Haven
won 39-24. The Comets will travel to Decatur tomorrow where they will
meet the Raiders in the first Little Eight Conference football game erf
the season for both schools. The contest begins at 7:30 p j n .
About 50 members of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Woodward
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woodward on Friday Road,
Sunday, for an all family get-together.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schoenemann became the parents of a girl
weighing seven pounds, ten ounces, at the Community Hospital, in
Watervliet on September 16th. She was named Defara Lynn.
40 Years Ago
Howard Elliot Richard Wooley, Dan Strong, Floyd Hazen, and Miss
Helen Beach, will go to Michigan State College at East i-a™ang in a
few days. Shirley Harris and Virginia Dukesherer are attending the
Twin City Business College.
The Loma Theatre at Coloma has the pleasure of announcing the
coming of "Kiss the Boys Goodbye", next Sunday, Monday, and
Tuesday evening. This features Don Ameche and Mary Martin (Don
Ameche's wish for a leading lady). Other attractions at the Loma
Theatre during the coming week are "Million Dollar Baby" and Gene
Autry in "Riding on a Rainbow".
Methodist Church women canned ninety quarts of fruit on Monday
for the Clark Memorial Home at Grand Rapids. This is about half the
amount of canned fruit this church will send to the home.
Alton W. Howard, former county surveyor and well known engineer,
who has made his home in both Coloma and Watervliet, has been
appointed to the U.S. Health Service in Louisiana, and Georgia areas.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard have gone to New Orleans, La., where they will
be located, and Mr. Howard has taken up his work.
55 Years Ago
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hasse welcomed a little daughter last Friday.
The baby has been named Deloris Allis.
The first school entertainment of the year was given at the school
with a thirty-minute program erf readings and music contributed by
the high school and the grade rooms were filled with side shows, candy
booths, flower stands, hot dog stands, and even a gypsy fortune teller
(obtained at great expense), ail of which gave the old school buildiing
the appearance of a country fair midway.
A box social will be held at the First Hungarian Baptist Church in
the Fish district in North Coloma, on October 6th at 7:30 p.m.
Everybody is welcome. Girls will please bring boxes filled with lunch.
The Coloma Hardware Co. is offering a Universal Porcelain CoalWood Stove sale, October 4th, to 9th, and will accept your old stove as
part of payment on a new stove. With every Universal Range
purchased during this sale, we will include without charge a 35-piece
set of the finest quality American made Limoges China.
Coloma Public Library
AFTERNOONS:
Monday thru Friday
1:00 to 5:30 p.m.
EVENINGS:
Tuesday and Thui day
6:30 to 8:30 p
?Wednesday Mornings: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Board Meetings beM second Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
WHS BAND OFFICERS SET PLANS IN MOTION FOR
BKATHON SATURDAY - Tim Bambrtck, Ed Rkhcreek, Bart
Ferguson, Deaa Yandch and Tina Cooper hope to have a good
tnmont from the high school Saturday morning for the Music
Boosters BOcathon
Sammy Hall to appear
in three local SCHOOIB
who
are
sponsoring
his
appearances will be published in
next week's Record. Any
business who has not been
contacted and would like to help
as a sponsor may contact Steve
Miller.
The audience listens, a s
Sammy Hall takes them back
into his past life, a life style of
drinking, smoking pot and drugs
and misery and depression.
Sammy Hall will appear in
Waterviiet Coloma and Hartford
on October 5,6 and t S l
The nationally recognized
personality is being brought to
the area by a small group of
Coloma men, who along with
Watervliet school teacher Steve
Miller, organized the sponsorship
to make his appearances here
possible.
Sammy's life and music have
been shared in hundreds of
schools. He
relates
and
communicates with youth. Their
problems become his problems.
He shares his life in a down-toearth sense and presents the
truth in an unforgettable way.
A
list
of
businesses,
organizations and individuals
The Music Boosters birthday
calendars should all be delivered
by now. If you would like a
calendar and didn't order one.
there is a limited supply left. If
you have ordered a calendar and
have not received one, please
contact Barbara Richcreek. 4636659.
We had 30 advertisers. The
Watervliet Music Boosters would
like to thank each and everyone
of you for your support.
If any body would like to be
listed on next years calendar,
that is not on now, give any
booster member, or school music
teacher your name and telephone
number so we can contact you
next summer.
All parents of band and choir
members are more than welcome
to come to our boosters meetings.
They are on the calendar, we
meet the second Tuesday of each
month in the band or choir room
at the high school, at 7:30. We
would like to see you there; our
next meeting is Oct 13.
Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Laonida of
Northbrook, m. spent a few days
last week with his sister-in-law.
Do Murray.
St. Jude's Walk-a-thon
to be held Saturday
S t Judes Walk-a-Thon will be
held at the Watervliet High
School, Saturday morning,
September 26th. Check-in time is
at 10:30 a.m., and the walk will
begin at 11:00 a.m.
Walkers are needed to call on
their neighbors and obtain
sponsors and walk for those who
c a n ' t You may pick-up your
"Sponsor Sheets" at any
Watervliet School or contact
Connie Hutchinson (46^5497) or
Linda Watkins (463-7336). Mrs.
Hutchinson has set up a safe
walking course that will wind
around the hospital and high
school and does not include anyhighways.
St.Jude Children's Research
Hospital treats children stricken
with catastrophic diseases, such
as leukemia, and other types of
Four Flagg 4-H
announces sign-up
Four Flags 4-H Club announced
sign-up time for the 198142 year
will be held next Monday and
Tuesday night Sept. 28 and 29th.
Registration will be held at the
South Elementary School on
Monday night from 7 to 8 p.m.
and at the North ElementarySchool on Tuesday night from 7 to
8 p.m. New leader Ginger
Vanhorn encouraged the younger
children to bring their parents
when they register. All school
students nine years old and up
may join. Anyone with questions
may call Mrs. Vanhorn at 4635077.
cancer. Founded by Danny
Thomas. St. Jude accepts
children from all over the world
and no patient is ever charged for
t r e a t m e n t . There St. J u d e ' s
Hospital operates primarily from
public contributions.
"We'll be showing that we care
about children by helping this
cause, Mrs. Hutchinson said.
Please support your walker with
a generous pledge. Isn't it nice to
know that you have helped a child
who may have been stricken with
one of these tragic diseases?
Please help our Walkers to get
the funds to us as soon as the
Walk is over, to encourage new
life, giving hope.
We'll be looking forward to
your support and hope to see you
at our Walk-A-Thon. It will be a
huge success!"
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MUSIC BOOSTERS ANNOUNCE RAFFLE WINNERS Watervliet 7th grade band stndent Carta Horton draws the name of
the grand prise winner in the Music Booster raffle. Allen
Marqnardt Beaton Harbor, woa the microwave oven; Paula
Whitney, Watervliet received the second price - SSI worth of meat
at Spragne's Grocery, and Patti Bam brick won the dinner for two
at the Waffle House. Pictured above (left to right) are Music
Booster officers Geri Trutwia, treasurer; Jody Detwiler,
secretary; Barb Richcreek, president and band stndent Carta
Horton. Not pictured is Barb Scherer, vice president Mrs.
Richcreek said they were sorry that the drawing was held so much
later than they had ptaaned originally.
Special Watervliet school
board meeting for
Cribbs School property
At a special meeting of the
Watervliet Board of Education on
Monday, September 28th, the
Board will consider soliciting
bids for the Cribbs School
property on M-140 South of Hill
Road.
Recognizing that some people
in that vicinity may have special
concerns relative to the use and
disposal of the property, they are
invited to attend this meeting at
the High School beginning at 7:30
p.m. and be heard. Civic
organizations anticipating a need
for such accommodation should
also make their needs known at
that time.
Excluding a valid civic use for
same, it is the intention of the
Board to solicit bids immediately
to dispose of this property by the
bid process at its regular meeting
of October 12th.
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c a r r i e d in t h e p o c k e t . "
Arab Proverb
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Friday, Sept. 2 5
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Dinner Special
Fillet of Ocean Perch "All you can eat" or
Creamed Chicken over Biscuits
Saturday, Sept. 26
We have
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Dinner Special
Barbequed Tender Beef Ribs..
$3.35
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SALADS
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September 24, 1981
Wedding
bells ring
Mr*. Fredrick Cook (nee Carta Van LOOB)
United in marriage
Carta Joyce Van Loon and
Fredrick H. Cook were united in
marriage on Sunday. September
5th, at St. Joseph Catholic Church
in Watervliet.
Rev.
Adolph
Nadrach
performed the ceremony which
was held at eleven o'clock in the
morning. The bride is the
daughter of Elma McDonald.
Watervliet, and Clarence Van
Loon, Watervliet. The grown is
the son of Geneva Cook,
Hartford, and the iate Luther
Cook.
The bride wore a nylon sheer
over taffeta gown designed with
chantilly lace, fitted empire
bodice and long Bishop lace
sleeves. The Queen Ann neckline
was accented with seed pearls
and the full skirt, with a ruffled
hemline, fell into a chapel train.
Her fingertip illusion veil was
held by a matching lace camelot
cap. She carried a bouquet of
white silk carnations, blue
daisies and a blue sweetheart
rose.
Mrs. Daniel Young, Coloma,
was the matron of honor. Daniel
Young was the best man.
Following the wedding a
reception was held at the home of
Elma McDonald. After a wedding
trip to northern Michigan, the
couple will make their home in
Watervliet. The bride is a
graduate of Watervliet High
School. The groom is a graduate
Gayle Anne Long and John
Newton were married Saturday,
June 13th, at St. Joseph's
Catholic Church in S t Joseph in a
two o'clock ceremony.
F a t h e r David Otto, of St.
Joseph's Catholic Church, S t
Joseph,
performed
the
ceremony. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Long. Watervliet. The groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Newton, Oakley. Midi.
The bride wore an ivory gown
of polyester knit over taffeta
which featured a Queen Ann
neckline that was accented with
silk Venice appliques. Fashioned
with a fitted empire bodice, the
gown featured an A-line skirt
designed with a watteau train
and lace-edged hemline. The
bride wore a family heirloom veil
of five yards of French illusion
that had been worn by her
mother, her aunts and her sister
over the past 35 years. Her
headpiece was a crown of baby's
breath and she carried a
cascading bcuquet of catalaya
orchids, ivy and fern.
Mrs. Anthony Roth, Colocna,
was her sister's matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. William
Day, Nesbitt, Mississippi; Mrs.
Robert Newton, Henderson,
Michigan; and Marie McKay,
Owosso. The attendants' gowns
were a one shoulder Grecian
style in light aqua with spaghetti
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straps on the opposite shoulder,
A-line skirt and chiffon cape.
J e n n i f e r Jawor, Phoenix,
Arizona, was the flower girl.
Scott Newton, nephew of the
groom,
Oakley, was the
ring bearer.
Gregory Wiroster, Oakley,
served as best man. Groomsmen
were Robert Newton, brother of
the groom. Henderson: David
Wiroster, cousin of the groom,
Elsie. Micheal Dugelach, Oakley.
Ushers were John Long. Jr.,
Watervliet. brother of the bride,
and Joseph Newton. Oakley,
brother of the groom.
A reception was held at the
Blossomland Columbian Club in
Benton Harbor at 6 p.m.
Following a wedding trip to
Wisconsin Dells, the couple
returned to Henderson, where
they will make their home.
The bride is a 1973 Watervliet
graduate and a 1978 graduate of
Michigan State University with a
degree in animal husbandry. She
is an insurance agent for James
Qville & Associates at Owosso.
The groom is a graduate of
Michigan State and completed Ag
Tech
in
grain
elevator
management. He is employed as
a commodity broker with OakleyElevator Co. at Oakley.
HiMtorical Society
holds Heirloom Nite
Thirty-five m e m b e r s and
guests enjoyed •Heirlocm night"
at the Sept. 15th meeting of the
North Berrien Historical Society-.
Many treasured heirlooms
were on the exhibit table, and
each exhibitor commented on his
or her entry - like show and tell.
The refreshment table was in
charge of Vivian Besemer, Anna
Harris, and Dora Kuhlman
A hearty welcome is extended
to our new members.
21, 1981
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Sunday. Sept. 27 in celebration of
her 90th birthday. The event will
be held at her home on 192 S. West
St.. in Coloma. from 3 to 6 p.m.
It is being hosted by her
daughters, Virginia Weber o?
Decatur. Eleanor Smith of Des
Moines. Washington. LaVerne
Roberts of Watervliet, Lucille
LaVanway of Coloma, Mrs.
Leonard (Betty) Jankowski of
Decatur, and her son, Donald
Nigro of St. Joseph. All friends
and relatives are invited to help
Mrs. Nigro celebrate her special
day.
Mrs. Nigro was born Sept. 27,
1891, in Bain bridge. She was the
daughter of Mary and Nicholas
Kibler. Her birth called for a big
celebration in the family, as she
was the first daughter for Mr.
and Mrs. Kibler, who were
already the proud parents of
seven sons. Only one of her seven
brothers. James, of Coloma.
survives.
Mary's folks were farmers. She
recalls she enjoyed all the
pleasures and endured all the
hardships of a big f a r m i n g
family. She received her school
at the old Boyer School.
On Jan. 3, 1914, she married
Joseph Nigro who preceded her
in death in 1964. The first Nigro
home was on a farm located on
Park Street, just off Washington
street. The farm included the
old fruit exchange extending
along the railroad tracks and
bordering the old Emhoff farm,
(Grand Tram Property).
Mary
is
an
active
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Mrs. Karen Kietzer, Watervliet
junior class advisor, announced
the junior class is holding its
annual magazine subscription
drive. The class deadline for new
subscriptions and renewals is
Oct 1st. If you haven't been
contacted
and
would
be
interested in a new subscription
or renewal, contact any member
of the junior class or Natalie
Pica, communicator, or Lonnie
Cornell, student drive manager.
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She is a member of the church
and attends its services when she
can. Mary also enjoys television
and is an avid Cuba fan. She was
very upset with the baseball
strike this summer, because it
cut down on her opportunity- to
watch the Cubs.
Mary said with her big family
she had to do so much sewing,
crocheting and knitting, she finds
no pleasure in any of it. Instead
she keeps herself busy with
various
household
duties,
including some cooking.
One of Mary's past times is
watching the children walk past
her home on the way to school.
She noted the changes she has
seen during her lifetime are
"unbelievable". She recalled the
only way- she or any children got
to school when she was young,
was to walk.
She also recalled that it didn't
seem to matter how deep the
snow was. there was always
school. She noted girls didn't
wear snowsuits in those days, •
just long stocking, a heavy coat, a
big scarf, a cap of some sort, and
mittens. She also recalled there
were no such things as insulated
snowboots to keep one's feet
warm. The overshoes she had,
she recalled, were just that overshoes that kept some of the
snow out but very little of the
cold.
Mary has no special formula
for long life, unless a lot of hard
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September 24, 1981
September
Watervliet
24, 1981
Page Seven
Record
Watervliet
Schools
Calendar
FINGERTIP CATCH — Watervliet senior halfback Bob Marvin
hauls in a toss from Dan Hutchinson. Bob also ran for a PAT.
NICE HOLE OPENING UP — Panther quarterback Dan Hotchlnson whirl* after taking ball from
center Bob Banaslk (50) and the rest of the offensive line fires off to make good running room for
the Panther backs. Coach Barchett was pleased with the progress of the offense over last week's
effort over Bangor.
Indians to invade hallowed hunting ground Friday
Like death and taxes . . .
Panthers bop Bison 3 4 to zip!
By BEN BAN ASK
The Panthers gave the Bisons a
lesson in fundamental power
football, dominating the line of
scrimmage and controlling the
football on offense. Watervliet's
first touchdown drive was a
classic example of ball control
offense.
Marching some 70 yards with a
variation of off-tackle plays, the
Panthers set the tone for what
was to happen the rest of the nite.
When the drive appeared to be
stalling, Quarterback Dan
Hutchinson dropped back and
In today's fast paced and
unpredictable society, there are
only three things you can really
be sure of: death, taxes and
Watervliet beating New Buffalo
in football.
Last Friday night was no
exception, as the Panthers made
it 15 in a row over the Bisons with
a 34-0 pasting. Watervliet has
blanked New Buffalo 12 times in
compiling a 585-32 scoring
margin in their 15-game Red
Arrow series.
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Lynda Hagenbarth wins
Watervliet Invitational
Lynda Hagenbarth took up
where she left off last year, as she
showed good early season form in
winning
the
Watervliet
Invitational Girls Run for the
second consecutive year.
Lynda and sophomore Karen
Panse of Otsego, ran together for
most of the race. With 400 meters
left, Lynda pulled into the lead by
30 yards, only to have Karen
come back to pass her with 200
meters left. Lynda gave a burst
of speed near the finish line to win
Junior High
Cross Country
Seventh
grader
Julie
Baumeister won the girls race for
junior high runners in the
Watervliet Invitational, while her
brother, Steve, placed fifth
among the boys. Sam Simmons
was 16th for the Junior Panthers,
while Ben Marvin finished 22nd.
Mike Martin 28th, Allen Woodruff
29th, and Geoff Flippo 32nd.
by a fraction of a second. Karen
was the girls team race winning
runner.
Among the* girl individual
runners, non-team runners,
Theresa Baumeister placed
second, to Lynda. Patty Wurn
placed 20tht and Rhonda Schauer
placed 24th.
The injury-riddled Panther
boys did not fare so well as the
girls. Missing two of the top seven
runners plus other problems
placed the Panthers in 14th
position.
Tom Johnson in 44th place was
the first Panther to finish.
Sophomore Roger l^ehner was
64th. First year runner Nelson
Baumeister was 70th, Dan Rouse
72, Tom Whitney, joining the
team recently, is still rounding
into shape. Tom was 80th. Trent
Philyow was 106th, and Tim
Mundt was 107th.
In the junior varsity race Ted
Marvin was 16th, Martin 28th,
Mike Anderson 40th, and Tracey
Brown 44th.
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yards in 19 carries. Jeff Polashak
added 51 yards on 11 attempts,
while Phil Joslyn piled up 53
yards in 10 carries.
Watervliet hosts Hartford this
Friday night in the Panthers'
first home game. Both teams are
2-0 and given honorable mention
in this week's AP football poll.
Watervliet is ranked 16th and
Hartford is 24th. This one has all
the makings of a real head
knocker. Game time is 7:30 p.m.
at Panther Stadium.
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Thurv. Sept. 24
threw a perfect strike to Brett
Frazier for 25 yards and a key
first down. The drive culminated
with Jay Danneffel barreling
over from a yard out. Hutchinson
threw to Bob Marvin for the twopoint conversion to give the
Panthers a 5-0 first quarter lead.
A fumble recovery by Larry
Adams thwarted a potential
Bison scoring drive. Watervliet
took advantage of the turnover
scoring their second touchdown
on another long, time-consuming
drive. Dan Hutchinson set up
Kevin Schultz* 3-yard scoring run
with a 40-yard scamper off the
option.
Leading 14-0 in the second
quarter, the Panthers wanted
more. Mark Hoffman, who is
making a habit of blocking punts,
blocked his second one in as
many games giving Watervliet
another scoring opportunity. The
Panthers cashed in with Jay
Danneffel doing the honors from
a yard out, his second touchdown
of the game and fourth of the
season.
Third quarter action saw
Watervliet chalk up 14 more
points to close out the scoring.
Jeff Polashak made it 28-0 with a
6-yard touchdown run. New
Buffalo, desperately trying to
generate some offense, threw a
pass in he flat. It was deflected by
Kevin Schultz right into the arms
of "Leaping" Larry Adams who
raced 48 yards down the sideline
for a touchdown. Bob Marvin ran
off tackle for the PAT making the
final score, Watervliet 34, New
Buffalo 0.
Jay Danneffel led Watervliet's
balanced rushing attack with 83
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HIGH SCHOOL—Cross Country
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Basketball, here, River Valley,
6:00 p.m. J.V. Football at
Hartford. 7:00 p.m. NORTH
SCHOOL—Meet the Teachers
Night Pot Luck. 6:30 p.m.
FRIDAY. Sept. 25-Pizza. HIGH
SCHOOL—Varsity F o o t b a l l ,
here, Hartford, 7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, Sept. 26-HIGH
SCHOOL—Cross Country at
Fennville. 11:00 a.m.
MONDAY — Sept. 28 - Chicken
Steaks - HIGH SCHOOL - 7 & 8th
Grade Girls Basketball, here,
Galien - 6:00 p.m. Special Board
of Education Meeting - 7:30 p.m.
NORTH SCHOOL - Scouts - 7:00
p.m. SOUTH SCHOOL - Girl
Scouts-3:30 p.m.
TUESDAY, Sept. 29 - Spaghetti
- HIGH SCHOOL Girls
Basketball, here, Hartford - 6:00
p.m. Middle School Football,
here. LMC - 6:00 p.m. NORTH
SCHOOL — Brownies - 3:30 p.m.
4H Sign up-7:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY. Sept. 30 - Fish
Sandwich - HIGH SCHOOL - 7 &
8th Grade Girls Basketball, Here,
New Buffalo - 6:00 p.m. NORTH
SCHOOL — Spice Sale Starts; Baton Class-3:30 p.m.
THURSDAY, October 1 GriUed Cheese - HIGH SCHOOL
- J.V. Football, here. LMC - 7:00
p.m. Cross Country at Bridgman
• 4:30 p.m. SOUTH SCHOOL Brownies-4:30 p.m.
FRIDAY October 2 Burrittos - HIGH SCHOOL Varsity Football, at LMC - 7:30
p.m.
SATURDAY. October 3 - HIGH
SCHOOL - Band Marching at St.
Joseph. - Cross Country at LMC 9:30 a.m.
Bowling
Watervliet Merchants Bowling
League, September 17th. 1981.
High Individual Series were
Dennis Marsh. (657); Dick Fox.
(626); Casey Clark. (619); Paul
Elston, (601); Gary Phillipi,
(593); and Joe Amt. (593).
High Individual Games were
Dennis Marsh. (264); Ray
Eltiroth. (243); Paul Elston,
(242); Dick Fox, (234); Joe Amt,
(232); and Bob Sheldrake. (231).
High team series (scratch)
Gamble Red. (2921). High team
game (scratch) Gamble Red.
(1017).
STEINHOFF FOR COMET YARDAGE - Coloma's Mike Steinhoff
picks up five yards on this option play. Mike picked up 80 yards
during the game in the Comet loss to the Lancers.
Coach Irwin sees
Comets improving
COLOMA — Although the
Coloma Comets are nothing and 2
for the young football season.
Coach Bob Irvin lauded the
improvement of his team, who
lost to the Lakeshore Lancers, 140 last Friday evening on the
Lancer field.
Down by two touchdowns that
Ukeshore scored in the first half
on two long drives, and outgained
by a 100 yards at the
intermission, the Comets came
back to completely outplay their
Bryan Epple e a r n s
honors in Adrian win
Junior tackle Bryan Epple of
Watervliet opened many holes for
Adrian College running backs as
the Bulldogs rushed for 304 yards
in their season opening 31-0
victory over Defiance (Ohio)
College Sept. 12. For his efforts,
Epple earned Bulldog offensive
lineman of the week honors.
In 1980, Epple was selected as
an All-Michigan Intercollegiate
Athletic Association tackle as the
Bulldogs recorded their first-ever
undefeated, untied 9-0 season.
Adrian ranked tenth nationally in
team rushing with 272.2 yards per
game.
"Bryan is a key to our offensive
s u c c e s s " , said Adrian head
football coach Tom Heckert. The
Watervliet native recorded the
top blocking grade at 77 percent
in the Defiance triumph Adrian's tenth straight win.
Adrian shut out Manchester
College 44-0 a non-conference
clash last Saturday, Sept. 19.
Bryan, a business major, is the
son of William and Sharon Epple,
Danneffel Road, Watervliet.
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Livmgroom and dimngroom furniture Small
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Watervliet Sports Center
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locker Foot warmer Brown |ug Flat i r o m
Lots ol misc. items 22 rifle 410 shot gun
Some hand and garden .tools Pipedies &
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COLOMA COMET MELROSE TUCKS BALL IN ARMS - Howie
Melrose takes 20-yard aerial from Comet quarterback Kevin
Calloway. He had two receptions during the contest.
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opponents in the last half, despite
being unable to punch the ball
into the end zone. The fighting
Comets roared back to outgain
Lakeshore. 100 to 64 y a r d s
rushing in the last half, but were
stopped
twice deep
into
Lakeshore territory. The first
time was in the third period when
an attempted field goal from the
25-yard line missed and again in
the last period, when the Comets
failed on a fourth down and one
yard situation on the l^ancer 12
yard line.
Although the Comets didn't
score, they showed they could
move the ball on the ground and
through the air, with 115 on the
ground and 61 more yards
through the air lanes.
Coach Bob Irvin took the blame
for the lackluster performance of
the Comets in the first half. "We
just weren't prepared...and that
was my fault". Irvin continued,
"Our offense really came to life
in that last half and we played
with a lot more intensity. I think
we started to become a team
then. If we had played like that
after the intermission, it might
have been a different story".
Mike Steinhoff, senior, found
holes in the Lancer line good for
80 yards in only nine carries. And
Howie Melrose caught two passes
for 45 yards. Irvin had high
praise for Steinhoff, and Ray
Cole, who had an interception; as
well as Melrose, and Rick
Biggart and Ralph Bansen on
defense.
The Comets will try to get on
the winning track when they take
on the big bad Bucks, from
COLOMA VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Members of the squad
attended a Dynamic Cheerleader Association Camp last
summer and received the following awards: Outstanding Spirit;
Outstanding Leadership; Outstanding Crowd Involvement,
Outstanding Jumps, Mounts, Stunts, Outstanding Squad Overall
and in the final competition Coloma Varsity Cheerleaders received
the Most Improved award. Sponsors of the cheerleaders are Carol
Gardell and Julie Rennhack. Pictured above are the squad
members. (First row, left to right): C a n i Herington, Beth Smith,
Shelly Swears, Dina Dewey. (Back row, left to right): Jackie
Brown. Shari Miller. Kathy Wilson, and Angle Arent
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For more information, advanced
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SALEM LUTHERAN CHURCH
(MLnouii Synod)
Rrv. WUIUm E. Ftorher
P«rt A Marvin StrwU, Coloma
Sunday Worahlp 8 •.m. 410:30 a.m.
Sun. School & Bible Classes - 9:15 a.m.
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Father John Grathwhol
Satorday Mass, 7:00 p.m.
Sunday. 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
Sat. Confessions, 4 loS&7:30 to8:30 p.m.
CALVARY PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
13 South Haver Street, Hartford
Rev. B.A. Crawford
Sunday Sehool, 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service. S;00 p.m.
KEELER UNITED METHODIST
Church School, 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
KEELER GENERAL BAPTIST
Rev. Charles Davis
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
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COl-OMA CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE SOCIETY
Paw Paw St., Coloma
Sunday Service A School, II;M a.m.
Evening Service. Wednesday. 7:00 p.m.
PAW PAW AVENUE CHURCH OF CHRIST
6675 Paw Paw Ave., Coloma
Loyd Stinnett. Minister
Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Sunday general worship
A assemblies, 11 a.m. A 6 p.m.
HOPE EV. IXTTHERAN
WISC. SYNOD
Bennett Sub. — Hartford
Gerhard! P. Kkmka. Pastor
Sunday School, 9:00 a.m.
Worship Service. 10:30 a.m.
HARTFORD UNITED METHODIST
425 E. Main St.. Hartford
Rev. John Hlce
Sunday Sehool. 9:45a.m.
Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m.
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CALVARY LIGHTHOUSE
2651E. Main
Turn south on Wells of Territorial
Benton Harbor
Rev. Ruth Garlanger
Sunday Sehool, 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service, 7:30 p.m.
Prayer, Thursday nights
THE PLYMOUTH
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
A Member of the National Association
of Congregational Christian Churches
Watervliet — Rev. Harvey R. I»rd
Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service, 11:00 a.m.
HARTFORD FEDERATED CHURCH
Fundamental-Pre Millenlal
Pinery Rd. A Red Arrow Hwy.
Sunday School 9:45
Worship Service, 11:00
Evening Service 6:00
Wed. Family Nlffat - Y.P. at 1:30
Adults Bible Study A Prayer 7:00 - Awana, 7:00
Rev. George Badger. Pastor
Rev. Gus Anderson, Pastor of Visitation
Mr. Tim Nyhuls, Pastor of Youth
MIDWAY BAPTIST
Between Wvlt. A Coloma on Red Arrow
G.A.R.B.C. Affiliated
Pastor Harold Knickerbocker
- SundaySunday School. 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service, 10:40 a.m.
Evening Service, 0:10 p.m.
. Jr. HI Choir, 5:15 p.m.
— Wednesday —
Midweek Service, 7:00 p.m.
Awana, 6:15 p.m. at Sooth School
COLOMA BIBLE CHURCH, West A Wilson
Rev. Estes Kenney, Pastor
Sun. School 9:45 - Morn. Serv. 11 a.m.
Eve. Serv. S p.m. - Youth Group, 7: JO pjn.
Monday • Awana A Sparks 6:30
Coloma Middle School A 246 Wilson
Wed. • Prayer meets, 10 a.m. A 7 p.m.
F i t Shipmates, Youth 9-12 grade. 1:00 p.m.
1S7 Strand St.
COLOMA SEVENTH DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
380 W. Center (Directly beyond cemetery i
Pastor Ralph Darrough
Sabbath School 9:30a.m.-Church Service 11
Telephone-468-3400
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WATERVLIET - Joseph H.
Scheid, 86, of Watervliet, died
Friday, Sept. 18, at Community
Hospital, Watervliet.
Funeral services were held at
11 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph
Catholic Church, Watervliet.
Burial was in Watervliet
Cemetery. Liturgical prayer
services were held at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Hutchins Funeral
Home, Watervliet.
Mr. Scheid was bom July 12,
1895, in Kalamazoo. He was
employed by Watervliet Paper
Co. for 46 years before retiring in
1961.
Survivors include his wife,
Naomi; two daughters, Mrs.
Donald (Josephine) Waldran of
Kalamazoo, and Mrs. Wanda
Pomeroy of Grandville; and two
grandchildren.
Mrs. Harold R. (Margaret)
Pillinger, 84, well known local
resident, expired Thursday
morning, September 17th, in
Bronson Hospital, Kalamazoo,
following an illness of three
weeks.
Margaret Jane Pillinger was
born June 17, 1897, near Twelve
Comers, the daughter of John
William and Lucinda Silver.
Three years later the family
moved to Watervliet.
She graduated from Watervliet
High School and Western
Michigan
University,
Kalamazoo, and spent many
years teaching in the schools of
Berrien and Van Buren counties.
Even after her retirement she
was much in demand as a
substitute teacher in the local
area schools.
For a number of years she held
the responsible position of head of
the Title Department in Lansing
under I>eon D. Case of Watervliet
who was Secretary of State of
Michigan. I ^ t e r she went to
Detroit where she was employed
by the Ordinance Department
with the U.S. Government.
RON JENSEN
Owner-Operator
C e r t i f i e d Master
463-3164
LAKE SHORE BIBLE
U.S. 33 at Evanston
Hagar Shores, Mi.
Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service, 10:45 a.m.
Evening Service, 6:00 p.m.
Midweek service. Wed., 7:00 p.m.
Rev. Paul OLson. Pastor
AWANA • Thurs. 6:30 p.m.
Compliments
ot
Bill Stewart's
PAW PAW
L A K E GOLF
CLUB
ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOUC
CHURCH
Rev. Adnlph Nudrach
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES
Summer-8.9:30 A 11a.m.
Wlnter-8:30A 10:30 a.m.
Saturday Nlghl,5:30
Weekday Mass, 9:15
Confessions: Sat. 4 to5p.m.
REDEEMER EVANGELICAL
LUTHERANCHURCH
Church of the Lutheran Confession
M-152 East of Sister lakes
Pastor Paul Tiefel Jr.
Divine Worship, 9:30 a.m.
Adult Bible Class, 10:05 a.m.
CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH
Territorial A Benton Center Rdv
Dennis L. Finnun, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m.
Evening Service, 6:00 p.m.
Wed. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
Corner of Church A I*edy Ste., Coloma
Rev. Paige Birdwell
FREE METHODIST
Paw Paw Avenue. Watervliet
Rev. Albert A. Fall
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service. 11:00 a.m.
Choir Rehersal, 7:15 p.m.
Evening Service, 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday. All Youth Meet, 7:00 p.m.
Adult Bible Study, 7:00 p.m.
COLOMA CHURCH OF GOD
Red Arrow Hwy. — Rev. James Dalton
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service, 11:00a.m.
Evangelistic Service, Sunday, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Sat. Young Peoples Endeavor, 7:30 p.m.
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ST. PAUL'S UNITED
CHURCH OF CHRIST
North Bainbrldge Center Road
I near Hill Road)
Rev. Norman E. Meyer
Sunday School. 9:15-10:15 a.m.
Church Service. I0;30-IL.IOa.m.
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD
Pastor Wllma Creech
Sunday Schoal, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Sunday evening service, 6:00 p.m.
Midweek service. Wed., 7:00 p.m.
NEWHOPE UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Pastor. Miss Unda Stoddard
Church School, 9:45 a.m.
Worship Servirc, 11:00 a.m.
Summer hours, 11:00a.m.
Mechanic
BELFY
DRUGS
WATERVLIET
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Church St. A Red Arrow Hwy.
Rev. Lawrence Wililord
Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service, 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service: 11:00a.m.
MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Washington A Park St.. Coloma
Rev. Patrick Lawson
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
B.T.C.. 6:30 p.m.
Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m.
Phone 463-3461
for information
NILSON'S
BODY SHOP
Phone
Mrs. Eva Arndt
COLOMA — Mrs. Erna A.
Arndt, 70, of Wilson Ave.,
Coloma, died Friday, Sept. 18th.
at her home.
Funeral services were held
Monday at 2 p.m. at Faith
Lutheran Church, Coloma, of
which she was a member. Burial
was in North Shore Memory
Gardens. Memorials may be
made to the church or to Berrien
County Cancer Society.
Mrs. Arndt was born Sept. 25,
1910, in Wisconsin. She was
retired from Reinhardt's IGA
Store, Coloma, where she was a
cashier. Survivors include: three
sons - Arnold of St. Joseph,
Aubrey of Waterville, Ohio, and
Allen of Coloma; two daughters Mrs. Charles (Avila) Hdsey of
O'Fallon, Mo., and Mrs. Harold
(Arlene) Schrade of East Detroit,
Mich.; one sister, Mrs. Hertha
Arndt of St. Joseph; two brothers
- E r i c Hoffman, and Alfred
Hoffman, both of Scottville,
Mich; 15 grandchildren; and two
great
grandchildren.
Her
husband, Henry, preceded her in
death in 1956.
463-6291
W pckvmi
RED ARROW HIGHWAY
WATERVLIET
visitor
here
Mrs. Earl Maynard of Detroit
spent the weekend with Ilo
Murray of Watervliet. On
Sunday, they attended a family
reunion in Kalamazoo.
She was married on Dec. 29,
1945 to Harold R. Pillinger of
Whitehall, Michigan, and they
came to Watervliet where they
owned and developed the Silver
T e r r a c e Subdivision. For a
number of years they owned and
operated the Silver Terrace Tea
Room at the comer of Silver
Terrace and M-140.
She was active in the affairs of
the community, the work of the
Democratic party and served on
the local election board for many
years. She was a member of First
United
Methodist
Church,
Watervliet
Friday
Club,
Michigan Education Assn.,
Berrien County Retired Public
School
Education
Assn.,
Michigan Association of Retired
School Personnel and National
Retired Teachers Assn.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs.
William (Winifred) Fain, Fort
Myers, Florida, formerly of
Troy, Michigan; a daughter,
Mrs. Everett (Jane) Allen,
Clearwater, Florida; a son,
Harry Pillinger, Whitehall,
Michigan,
and
four
grandchildren. Preceding her in
death were her husband, Harold
JLF
FIRST UNITED METHODLSTCHURCH
Flkes Road. Riverside
Dr. Dwight M. Benner
Rev. Elizabeth Perry Nord
Morning Worship, 9:00 a.m.
Church School, 10:30 a.m.
t
Margaret Pillinger
R., who died in 1962, five sisters
and a brother.
Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon at four o'clock
from the Hutchins Funeral
Home, Watervliet. Rev. Emerson
Minor, pastor
of
United
Methodist Church, Plainwell,
former local pastor and long time
friend, conducted the services.
Interment was in Watervliet
Cemetery.
Casket
bearers
were:
Raymond Rogalski, Roger
Rogalski, Drew Hutchins, Tony
Gagliardo, Gary Phillipi, and
Robert Millhouse.
Lawrence Ban in
Lawrence D. Baum, 68, of New
Port Richey, Fla., died Sunday,
Sept. 13th at New Port Richey.
Mr. Baum was a frequent visitor
in the Watervliet area and was
the father of Mrs. Robert Stolz,
County Line Road.
Funeral services for Mr. Baum
were held in his home town of
Hastings where he was buried.
Mr. and Mrs. Baum moved to
Florida 11 years ago, after he
received a medical retirement
from E.W. Bliss in Hastings. He
was a member of the Horseless
Carriage Club of Grand Rapids
and drove his 1914 Apperson
Jackrabbit in several Blossom
Parades (accompanied by his
grandchildren Gary and Denise
Stolz).
Mr. Baum is survived by his
wife, Ethel; a son, Larry R.
Baum, Hastings; and daughter,
Kathy Stolz, Watervliet. A
daughter, Beatrice preceded him
in death.
FAITH EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Church of the Lutheran Confession
Paw Paw Ave., Coloma
Pastor Jamea Sandeen
Sunday School A Bible CIas«. 9:30 a.m.
Divine Worship, 10:30 a.m.
Confirmation Class
Tues.,4 p.m.: Sat.9a.m.
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Pitcher of Beer Vi Price
very, very tired and had been ill
for many years.
"On behalf of my family I
would like to thank the staff at
Watervliet Hospital for their
attempts to revive Chuck, and I
would like to tell them how verysorry we are for any personal
distress caused to them by his
suicide."
J e r r y Lounsbury
WATERVLIET
Jerry
Lounsbury, 72, of San Diego,
Calif., formerly of Watervliet,
died Friday, Sept. 18 in San
Diego.
Funeral services were held
Monday, at 2 p.m. at the Hutchins
Funeral Home, Watervliet.
Burial was in Watervliet
Cemetery.
Mr. Ixmnsbury was bom Aug.
4, 1909, in Seattle, Wash.
Survivors include: his mother,
Mrs.
Martha
Haney
of
Watervliet; a brother, Frank of
Watervliet, and a sister, Mrs. Ed
(Arvila) Van Herman of Coloma.
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Charles Rawson, 48, Hartford,
died Friday night at CommunityHospital in Watervliet.
Mr. Rawson died in the hospital
emergency room almost an hour
after he shot himself in the left
temple with a handgun. The
shooting occurred in a hallway by
the outpatient desk at 10:15
Friday night. Before the shooting
Rawson walked into the hospital
and attempted to give a sealed
envelope to a hospital aide. She
went to get a registered nurse,
because she thought he acted
strange.
Mr. Rawson was bom March
20, 1933, in Homewood, III.
Survivors include: his wife,
Shirley; two sons - Jay of Upland,
Calif., and Mark of Newport
Beach, Calif.; one sister,
Marvina Rastall of St. Joseph;
and one brother, J. Michael of
Sister l^akes.
Mr. Flawson's brother, Michael
Rawson of Sister Lakes, and his
sister, Marvina Rastall of St.
Joseph, said their brother chose
to take his life in the hospital so
that his vital organs could be
donated for use by others.
In a letter to the News
Palladium
Mrs.
Rastall
wrote...he had very carefully
obtained donor cards, had them
certified
at
the
police
department, and included them
in the envelope with his suicide
note which he gave to the staff at
the hospital. He did not know that
Watervliet Hospital does not have
the advanced life support
systems necessary to preserve
organs for transplant and that
they were, in fact, not able to use
any. He simply was unable to
continue his own life and hoped
that other people could use his
last gift to society. He also wished
to spare those he loved any more
pain than necessary , and would
not have wanted any one of us to
have found him dead in his
apartment.
"My brother was one of the
kindest human beings I have
known. He was a civil engineer in
Califomia, and has many veryfine engineering projects to his
credit. He was the kind of person
who gave everything he had to
people, and in the end took his
own life because he felt that he
had nothing left to give. He was
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Dov\/ntown Coloma
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463-5796
CHURCH OF CHRIST
323 E. Main St.-Hartford
MB. Mackey, Minister
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
for i n f o r m a t i o n
Phone 463-3461
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SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTLST
Pinery Road - Hartford
Pastor Ralph Darrough
Worship Service. 11-00 a.m.
Sahath School. 9:30 a.m.
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GOSPEL LIGHTHOUSE
Rev. Edgar Kent
Pastor of Gmpel Light Housr
Red Arrow Highway - Between
Watervliet and Hartford
Sunday Sehool, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m.
COLOMA U N I T ®
METHODIST CHURCH
Church St.. Coloma
Dr. Dwight M. Benner
Rev. Elizabeth Perry Nord
Church Worship -10:45 a.m.
Church School - 9:15 a.m.
Record
Watervliet
24, 1981
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24. 1981
PAT A BOB GRANS
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Party room available - Phone 4 6 8 - 5 7 0 3
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Open daily at 5 p.m. - Sundays from 12 noon
CLOSED MONDAYS
September
24, 1981
September
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WELL DRILLING
COMPANY
2" lo 6" wells
Drilled & Repaired
Jet &• Submersible pumps
Sales \ S e n ice
Watervliet
463-3241
463-6659
LONG'S
TV & Appliances
Authorized Sales
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! Full line of major appliances
Nelson's
Barber
Stylist
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TALA
Red Arrow Highway
WatervUet 463-4131
Professional
Center
Culoma. Mich.
Alden White
& Sons, Inc.
Dozer & Backhoe Service
Sand-Gravel-Top Soil
CHINICK'S
Tax Service
373 N. Main
Waterviiet
Phone 463-3833
Watervliet, Michigan
463-6971
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Wood Burners
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Red Arrow Highway
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I
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Excellent care
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468-7195
NOTICE OF MORTC.AGF. SALE
Default havloK been made In (hr
mnd It Ion* of oik critaln Mortgage, dated
September II, 1M0, made by H. Ruaaell
Deckerl and Sarah I. Deckert husband and
wife, of ZSM langley. SL Joseph. Michigan
4MU. to l.aSAIJ.F FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND
LOAN
ASSOCIATION
OF
RICHANAN. and recorded In the Office of
the Register of Deeds far Renien Coantv
Michigan, at IJber 1134 of Mortgages, page
Ml. oa the ttth day of September. A D i m .
oo which Mortgage there Is claimed to be
doe and unpaid at of September 17. IMl, the
date of this Notice, oo principal, the sum of
Eighty-two Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty
and mm Dalian i i n . l « J > | phu katerett
accrued thereao of Twa Thoosaod Seven
Hundred Elgkty-alx and I I / I H Dollar*
(tZ.7M.ll). as of September 17. IMl. with
Interest accrual at Twenty-eight and II/1M
Dollars it2t.ll) per day thereafter: and no
proceeding at law having been tautltated to
recover said debt
This Notice Is glvea purauaal to C L m *
Ml.3212 and C L INI •M.S24I as ameoded by
A r t No. IM of the Pnblk Acts af 1M4, and
Act Na. IM of the Public Acta of 1171. which
establish a six maoth redempdoa period
with reference to Mortgages of this
dassiflcatioa. The herein detcribed
property la residential, not exceeding four
units, of not more than three acres; and the
a m a u t claimed due at the date af this
Notice la mare than IMk% af the original
tndebtedneas secured by this Mortgage.
Notice la hereby gtveu that as Thursday,
the 22ad af October, A.D. IMl, at tea a riack
la the fareoaaa sf said itay. at the Part Street
entrance af the Caort House In the City af S t
Joseph. Berrien County, Michigan, by
virtue of the power of sale cootnlaed In said
Mortgage, and the statute in such case made
and provided, said Mortgage will he
forerioaed by sale at public aucUou to the
highest bidder of the prrtntoes described la
said Mortgage, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy the amcnat doe. as
aforesaid, and all legal costs, charges and
expenses. Including an attorney's tec; which
premises are described as follow*;
The West 1M feet of Lot 14, Hatfield's
Addition to the City af S t Joaeph, Berrien
County, Michigan, being a pari of University
Lats M aad tt. Sectloo M, Tewuahlp 4 South.
Range II West according to the Plat thereof,
recorded February M, 1IM In Book 11 of
Plato, page M.
DATED: This 17th day of September. A.D.
1M1.
l-aSALLE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
OFBUCHANAN
BY: ROBERT B. BAlDWIN
Its; Executive Vice-President
DESENBERG. MARRS. COIJP, A CARLIN
Attorneys for Mortgagee
Business Address;
223 East Front Street P.O. Box 72
, Michigan 41117
WATE RVLIE T
463-5621
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429-7611
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MORTGAGESALE
Default ha* been made In the condition* of
a mortgage made by Barbara A. Phillips to
Mortgage Associates. Inc., a Rhode Island
Corporation, successor in Interest by merger
to Mortgage Associate*. Inc., a Wisconsin
Corporation. Mortgagee. Dated June 1$.
1*71. and recorded oo June II, 1171. in Uher
17$. on page 712. Berrien County Records.
Michigan, and assigned by said Mortgagee
to Amortlied Mortgages, Inc., by an
assignment dated July I. II7I. and recorded
on July 7, II7I. In IJber 877, oo page IM,
Berrien County Records. Michigan, and
further assigaed to Federal Nationnl
Mortgage Aasaciation, n corporntlan
organlied and existing under the laws of the
United States, by an assignment dated July
L 1171, aad recorded on July 7.1171, la Uber
177, an page IM, Berriea County Records, oa
whkh mortgage there b claimed to be dne at
the date hereof the sum of Six Thousand
Sevea Hundred Twenty-Three aad M/1M
Dollars (M.723.Ml, laclading interest at
t.S% per aanum.
Under the power af sale contained in said
mortgage and the statute in such cnae made
and provided notice Is hereby given that
said mortgage will be faredoaed by a sale of
the mortgaged premises, or tome part of
thea, at public vendue, at the mala entrance
to the County Building in St, Joaeph.
Mlchlgnn, at M;M o'clock a.m., L a a l Time,
an Thursday, October » , IML
Said premises are situated la Ctty of
Benton Harbor, Berrien County, Michigan,
aad are deacrihed aa;
A strip af land 434 feet la width off from
and along the East side af Lot 21. Block E,
Sorter aad RacUtfTs AddiUoa to Benton
Hnrbor, according to the plat thereaf,
recorded November 4, ISM, la Volume 1 of
MlaccDaaeotta, Page IM, Berrien Couaty
Records.
Daring the six months immediately
foUowtag the sale, the property may be
Dated: September 17, IMl
Federal Nattoaal Mortgage
Association
Assignee of Mortgagee
Hecht A Cheney
Ualaa Bank P l u a
Grand Rapids. Michigan 4IM3
1-17,24; II-1.1. li
MORTGAGE SALE
Default has been made In the coodltkms of
a mortgage made by Lou Jean Harris, a
woman of adnlt age, to Wbltcomb A Keller
Mortgage
Company,
aa
Indiana
Corporation, Mortgagee, Dated December
21,1171, and recorded on December 21,1171,
In Liber 1M2, on page IMS. Berriea County
Records. Michigan, aad asalgned by said
Mortgagee to Mortgage Associates, lac,, a
Rhode Islaad Corporation, by an assignment
dated December M, 1171, aad recorded on
Jane 14, 1171, In Uber 1IM, oa page 331,
Berrien Couaty Records. Michigan, on which
mortgage there is claimed to be dne at the
date hereof the sum of Slxteea Thousand
Five Hundred Sixty aad O/IM Dollar*
(tlMM,tS|. Including interest at I J % per
Uader the power of sale contained tn said
mortgage and the statute In such cnae made
and provided, notice Is hereby given that
said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of
the mortgaged premises, or tome pari of
them, at public vendue, at the main entrance
to the County Rallding in S t Joaeph,
Michigan, at II:M o'clock a.m., Local Time,
on Thnraday, November 12.1M1.
Said premises are situated In Township af
Benton, Berrien County, Michigan, aad are
described na;
Lot 41, Rldgewood, in the Northwest
Quarter af Secttaa U, Townahtp 4 South.
Range U West Benton Townahlp, Berrien
County, Mlchlgnn. according to the Plat
thereof, recorded May Zt, UM, la Boak I af
Plata, page M,
During the alx months immedlntely
following the sale, the property may be
Nmpapan OriMtal Faad • Pap
PtMfCMif I M r l t M B
Htiumtt
fay Mick ( a t liM. and Act Oapaaal
BiHshara
IML
Mortgage Assocla tea, lac.
Assignee of Mortgagee
Hecht A Cheney
UMaa Baak Plaxa
Grand Rapkb, Michigan, 4MI3
(M4:11-14,13,22.)
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468-6684
HARTFORD F E D E R A T E D CHURCH
SCENE PHOTOGRAPHY
QUIGLEY'S C R E A T I V E PHOTOGRAPHY
468-4044
FOR SALE — Alto Saxophone completely r e f i n i s h e d , and
repadded. Like new. Phone 4633167, ask for Lee.
lSept.l0,17,pd)
BENEFIT GARAGE SALE Everything
furniture,
appliances, home canned goods,
clothes like new, odds and ends,
and misc. Friday and Saturday,
Sept. 25 & 26. 1120 Baldwin Ave.
(V4 mile of Watervliet, V4 mile
east on Baldwin.) Benefit for
Redford Flanery.
YARD SALE Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday. At 422
Riverside Drive in WatervUet.
G.E. WASHER & DRYER PAIR
— New unit in washer. New unit
in dryer. Heavy duty. Other
washers and dryers ready to go.
Convenient t e r m s . PATTON
BROS. 200 E. Empire, B. H. 9251146.
PARTING OUT - 450 FARM
TRACTORS
also
farm
machinery. Stamm Equipment
Co., Wayland, Mi, Phone 616^774221. or 792-6204.
ELECTRIC
RANGE
&
R E F R I G E R A T O R PAIR IN
ALMOND. Slightly used. New
guarantee on r e f r i g e r a t o r . 90
days on range. Deliver only $625
plus s a l e s t a x . 20% down.
Convenient t e r m s . PATTON
BROS. 200 E. Empire, B.H. 9251146.
END OF SUMMER SALE —
Benches, fountains, bird baths.
Many Christinas gift ideas. J . &
R. Lawn Decor. Located at m
miles west of M-140 on Empire.
Phone 944-1967.
(9-10,17,24,c)
USED R E F R I G E R A T O R S S e v e r a l g u a r a n t e e d models.
Ready to go. Freerer tops, side
by sides, various colors. F r o m
$75 to $380. PATTON BROS. 200
E. Empire, B.H. 925-1146.
30 INCH G.E. SELF CLEANING
OVEN — Recent model with
clock, lamp, etc. $268 and terms.
Others to choose from. PATTON
BROS. 200 E. Empire, B.H. 92S1146.
Sunday school for all ages 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Golden Gospel Hours 6:00 Sun. evening
Ads phoned in must be paid before the ad will appear in the paper
A L L C L A S S I F I E D ADS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
SMALL TWO BEDROOM HOME
SURPLUS J E E P S , CARS AND
TRUCKS AVAILABLE. Many
sell under $200. CaU 312-742-1143
Extension 1185 for information on
how to purchase.
(7-30,6-13,27p)
Meyer Real Estate and property
m a n a g e m e n t is looking for
a p a r t m e n t and c o t t a g e s to
manage. CaU Don at 621-2145 or
983-1992 after six. 9-3,10,17,24 pd
ON PAW PAW LAKE, furnished,
well i n s u l a t e d , p r i v a t e p i e r ,
fishing & boating. Adult living, no
pets. S e c u r i t y deposit plus
utilities. Good terms for one or
two qualifying adults. 466-3713
weekends, or (312) 598-1124.
(9-17,24,pd)
FOR RENT - TWO BEDROOM
HOUSE. Stove and Refrigerator.
L a r g e lawn and g a r a g e . In
Watervliet.
$250./mo. plus
deposit and utilities. Phone 4636181.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
HEAT ECONOMICALLY - With
a modem KUTRIEB waste on
inceneration furnace. Latest
c o m p u t e r technology a s s u r e s
s a f e , e f f i c i e n t h e a t with a
minimum
of m a i n t e n a n c e .
Demonstration available in your
area. Realistic Energy Products,
Inc., P.O. Box 117, Ellsworth, Mi.
49729. Phone 616 -588-6197.
DRIVEWAY TUBES - 12" DIAMETER all lengths up to 24" in
stock. A F F I L I A T E D HOME
CENTERS, INC., WatervUet.
USED COLOR TVS - Most with
new picture tubes. Guaranteed
and terms. PATTON BROS. 200
E . E m p i r e , B.H. 925-1146.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank our
employees, friends and relatives
for
the
very
wonderful
r e t i r e m e n t party held in our
honor. It is something we wiU
always remember.
Stan & Jean Schmiegle
" N o blessing lasts f o r e v e r . "
Plautus
John's
Plumbing
Special prices on
Water Heaters
MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE
FOR RENT
JOHN KUELBS
Licensed
Master Plumber
Fundamental-Evangelistic
Rev. G . L . B a d g e r , P a s t o r
Page Eleven
M i n i m u m charge of $1.25 - 5 cents a word over 20
REPAIR & NEW INSTALLATION
A r r o w Highway & Pinery Road
Record
Twenty Words for $1.25!
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
hut Dapaaft
Hours: Mon. • Fri. 7:30 a.m. to
9 8p.m.;Sat.8-6,Sun. 7 - 2
Watervliet
24. 1981
Water Softners &
Water iron Filters
LOSE WEIGHT with a safe diet
pill a m a z i n g - high p r o t e i n
S p i r u l i n a. W a t e r v l i e t Rexall
Pharmacy - 356 N. Main.
(9-10,17,24,10-1-p)
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Planning Commission for
the Township of Bainbridge,
Berrien County, Michigan, will
hold a pubUc hearing at 7:30 p.m.
on Monday, October 19th, 1981, at
the Township Hall in said
Township to determine whether
two acres of property located
immediately east of Shanes Co.
at the n o r t h e a s t c o r n e r of
Territorial Road and Highway M140 owned by Donald C.
Weckwerth and described as:
That part of the Southwest
quarter of Section 14, Township 4
South,
Range
17
West,
Bainbridge Township, Berrien
County, Michigan, described as
beginning at a point on the South
Section Une, that is 308.75 feet S.
87* 57' E. of the Southwest comer
of said Section 14, thence North
and p a r a l l e l with the West
Section Une, 423.25 feet, thence S.
87° 57' E. and parallel with said
South Section Une, 205.85 feet,
thence South 423.25 feet to said
South Section line, thence N. 87°
57' W. along said South Section
line, 205.85 feet to the place of
beginning. Containing 2.0 acres.
Subject to that part being used
for right of way.
ShaU be retoned from Section
5.08, Agricultural District, to
Section 5.06, Commercial District
as provided in the Township
Zoning Ordinance.
At the above time and place aU
parties interested will be given
an opportunity to be heard.
Dated: September 15,1981.
Harry Schueneman, Secretary
Bainbridge Township
Planning Commission
Sept. 24, & Oct. 15,1981
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FOR WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCE
SERVICE
k
KENMORE
WASHER A DRYER SERVICE
call Otto's Sales & Service,
WatervUet, 46^6411 or 944-1262.
WILL BABY SIT IN MY HOME
ANYTIME — (including week
ends) for children ages 2 and up. I
charge 45 cents an hour for each
child. I Uve at 932 Peachtree
Place in WatervUet (near North
School). I'm 25 years old and
have a child of my own. My phone
number is 463-3869.
(9-24-p)
"Experience is the name
everyone
gives to
their
mistakes."
Oscar Wilde
WANTED: YOUNG MAN OR
RETIRED PERSON for spare
time assistance to senior citizen
on a \ a r i e t y of p r o j e c t s .
Compensation negotiable
depending on capabiUties. Steady
needs. Phone 463-8190.
{9-17,24 ;10-l-c)
HELP WANTED — CLERICAL
maU agents urgently needed by
the hundreds for Inserting sale.4
material
into
envelopes.
P e r m a n e n t part or full t i m e
opportunity. Experience
unnecessary. ExceUent income
p o t e n t i a l . F o r details a n d
appUcation, send self-addressed,
stamped
envelope.
SYLVESTER, Box 96, Chicago
Hgts.,ni. 60411.
(8-20-10-8c)
WANTED - TRADE IN YOUR
TV, range, refrigerator, washer, •
d r y e r , on new G . E or RCA
models. We urgently need your
old appUance for others who are
Just s t a r t i n g h o u s e k e e p i n g .
PATTON BROS. 200 E. Empire,
B.H. 925-1146.
Yogurt has about one third the calories f o u n d in sour cream.
NOW LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN COLOMA
AT 155 PAW PAW AVENUE
Chuck Henderson, Owner
2 doors North of Fire Station
Keys Made
Certified
Bonded
CHUCK'S
Locks Rekeyed
Repaired
Installed
Phone 468-8395
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Lock & Key Service
OPEN: 9 to 5:30 Mon. Fri^ Sat 9 to 2:00
24 HOUR EMERGENCY MOBILE SERVICE After dosing call 468 4219
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OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Wednesday and Friday
Evenings
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday
9:00 a.m. to 12 noon - 2:00 p.m. to 6:00'
Saturday 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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PAW PAW LAKE PROPERTY OWNERS
RE;
Existing petition to forever remove the M-140 Dam. (Which was paid for originally by your tax dollars). We feel it
important that all facts be presented, whether you have already signed this petition or will be asked to do so in
the future.
1. It is a known fact that the M-140 Dam has functioned effectively since its inception in 1978 until the current
season. Its failure to perform as in the past is due to the sabotaging* of the dam, allowing waters from Paw Paw
Lake to flow freely through the gate all summer long, creating the lowest lake level since 1975.
*Drain Commissioner and Sheriff's Department investigative report. An 18" by 8' section was removed.
2. Logic should tell us that we do not sign a petition to remove what is our ONLY protection to keep the waters in
the lake until another solution is installed and in working order!
3. According to the petitioner, it is hoped that the Watervliet Paper Mill would repair their two dams which would
offer some control to the water level of the lake. If this were true, wouldn't it be wise to verify this fact by
getting a written expression of the Paper Mill's intent before we prematurely draw up a petition to remove the
M-140 Dam?
4. The petitioners are well meaning in a self-serving way and naturally are concerned in their own behalf, as we all
would be, but we should not be lead down a "primrose path" in order that the few people who have resented
the dam since its beginning be allowed to prevail. After all, there are hundreds of property owners who have
suffered initially because of the sabotage, but to suffer PERMANENTLY because of the unwise decision to
remove the dam before there is a replacement is FOOLISH!
5. The petitioner has said the signatures would not be presented for official recognition until they were sure the
Paper Mill would take over this responsibility. The petitioner has admitted that in order for the Mill Dams to
effect any control over the water level of Paw Paw Lake, both dams that the Paper Mill owns would have to be
repaired.
6. FACT: The Paper Mill has firmly and flatly stated they are NOT going to repair both of their dams. This should
conclude the matter.
7. Contrary to rumors concerning the cost of raising and lowering the M-140 Dam gate each year, the actual cost
will be approximately $1.20 per property owner per year, according to Frank Kotyuk, Berrien County Drain
Commissioner. This will be only after the contingency fund money that was allocated in 1978 runs out.
WE RESPECTFULLY ASK THAT YOU CONSIDER THESE FACTS BEFORE
SIGNING THIS PETITION.
DAM
"DO NOT BURN YOUR-BWeefSBEHIND YOU"
Paid for by the Concerned Citizens for a Better Paw Paw Lake
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