Document 48488

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ANCfcLONA HERALD, MANCELONA, MICHIGAN, January 1, 1981
MANCELONA
HERALD
' >R)UB 9'J Mapte avenue
C. VV. Ooddard, Kditor and "Publisher
County Health Nurse
Saves
Health and Happiness
SUBSCRIPTION U A T E S :
For Sale or T r a d e
tinent and Impertinent
F o r S a l e — B a l e d Rye S t r a w .
In=
quire at George J u n k e r ' s , 1 H mile
west of A n t r i m .
24tf
" D a m Bill Will Pass'-'—Head-line.
T h a t kind*would.—Florence Herald-
EveVy one. has a g u a r a n t e e d c u r e
( F r o m First P a g e )
l
o
j
L ^ ^ c j a l d l e x c e p t .the. doctn r . - = F l o r 4 0 c ~ A s a change fronv-the usual luutine ence
Herald.
of
the
duties
the
nurse
will
speak
t
o
a
Strictly in advance.
Now—ftrer-drys understand why it is
D i s p l a y A d v e r t i s i n g — A s k f o r printed r a t * meeting of P a r e n t TcaeliuIS associacard.
tions
or
a
Mothers'
club
or
a
Grange
called
t h e American Bar Association.
Liners in W a n t - a d C o l u m n — 5 c per Itne;
— D a l l a s News.
m i n i m u m of 2 5 c f i r s t i n s e r t i o n a n d 15c e a c h meeting in the evening.
s u b s e q u e n t i n s e r t i o n . C a s h in a d v a n c e Is r e Sttsy^tmd" f nil days jn t h e service
quired from t h o s e n o t havinjr a n a c c o u n t .
D o n ' t kick on the increased income
Reading; N o t i c e s , i n c l u d i n g P o l i t i c a l A d - of the community.
tax.
B e M a d vou must pay . o n e , —
v e r t i s i n g a n d o t h e r L i n e r s n o t planed l a t a a
T
h
e
Michigan
State
"-ranges*assoW a n t - a d C o l u m n . l Q c p e r tin*. Mlnlmrjnn Is
Omaha World-Herald:—-=—•—
ciation a s k s : Would y o u r community
t h r e e lines.
Cards o f T h a n k s — 1 0 l i n e s o r l e s s , 6 0 c : a d - "be as well off without t h e services
A s e r v a n t has written a novel.
It
d i t i o n a l lines o v e r 1 0 . Be p e r line. V e r s e s i n
which t h e public health n u r s e r e n d e r s ? fis-said to have -plenty of new siUtac o n n e c t i o n , 10c p e r lineR e s o l u t i o n s of R e s p e c t — l O e p e r Una.
Most communities think not.
Nurse t i o n s . — T h e Passing Show.
MftMcas—jOa per 1lBt,
(Carters admit that there* are nurses"
L e g a l N o t i c e s —-Regular
R e g u l a r legal
l e g a l rata*.
A n apple caused the first downfall
O b i t u a r y N o t i c e s — P r e * , if furnished e o
who a t t e m p t to^ do this work who are_ of m a n , trot peaches have h a n d l e d thw
t o b e used with t h e n e w s story o t t h e d e a t h ;
not well fitted temperamentally for business since t h a t time.—=ChTckfasha
o t h e r w i s e 5c p e r line.
Marriage, B i r t h a n d D e a t h N o t i c e s — F r e e , the discouragements and
hardships E x p r e s s .
and u r g e n t l y d e s i r e d .
N e w s s t o r i e s u r g e n t l y r e q u e s t e d . I n c l u d i n g t h a t go with it. There-ape nurses who
W h a t t h e country needs fs a crime
a r r i v a l o f v i s i t o r s , r e a l e s t a t e t r a n s f e r s , have received j t h e i r draining and ed-parties a n d siaailef
red
into
a
serviceable
rope.—
n a w n o a r e not able
Miami Herald. .
to g r a s p t h e problems of the r u r a l
exinterCatered s i the poiiof&ce itt Mancelona. Michigan, districts.
They hover
stay.
The ""Mr. W. McCraqken, the
r»7Q, ai i c o n o ciass mail.
many-colored life of t h e cities calls n a t i o n a l footballer, says t h a t B r i t o n s
them back.
There are nurses who a r e t h e finest losers in t h e
world.
Member Michigan I»ress Association
give excellent bedside care, but who I Well, look a t the practice we've h a d .
Member National KdaU>ria1 Association
are poor teachers.
The successful P u n c h
public health nurse must be a teachT h e Pope has blest the a u t o m a t i c
er, and a n u f S e f a n ^ a woman of un- telephone exchange at the
Vatican.
usual insight—that sixth sense which Nobody ever, blesses a u t o m a t i c teleenables h e r to surmount unusual sit- phone exchanges in this c o u n t r y
uations-eompeteatly.
When yoteHffnd^^hjTfcfi
the t r a i n e d woman with these charA n d n o w t h e busy bodies h a v e d u g
a c t e r i s t i c s , s a y s Miss SeWell, e n g a g e
,
u
iu i«P a n old scandal about former Presiher a n d h a n g _ o n t o h e r ; give_hex. t h e ; Z » ,-„»;,»
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i V TV r d e n t C o o h d g6 e .
They find
that he
cooperation she needs a n d watch t h e
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once
s
a
n
g
in
the
choir.—Minneapolis
health of your community improve. *
,
Journal.
By C e o
-states thai the
A
»r*
mii nH±o7Ts
bi+Hons of m
i o n s of— moon.sT
Not
Someone was- sayThg "JusT as the
once in a blue one are we allowed t o
present basket ball season
opened
forget it by the song p u b l i s h e r s . —
t h a t the " N o r t h S t a r s " a r e "Shooting
London Opinion.
Michigan now holds title to 604,Stars."
The High school team was
Reading in buses is very bad for
christened North S t a r s
and
t h e i r 475 acres in state forest lands, an int h e t h e eyes, writes art\ optician.
EsKray sweat shirts have the wording crease of 231,171 acres over
assembled on them.
J u s t whose idea figure for the end of the fiscal year pecially when the person whose p a p e r
you -are reading won't keep still.—
was it t h a t they w e r e shooting s t a r s ? 1927-28.
"
Two y e a r s ago, figures compiled _hy_ -Landon Opinion.
To be sure t h e N o r t h Stars have
won three s t r a i g h t and
lost
two the F o r e s t r y Division of the Depart" S h a w Sings Praises of Dr. Einstraight games.
At no time
have m e n t of Conservation show, the state s t e i n " — L o n d o n newspaper head-line.
as [owned 373,304 acres in state forests. Over
they ever glorified
themselves
here—--horrible
t h o u g h t — he
They iThis figure had mounted to 603,475 might have crooned an Einstein song.
beinK export basket shooters
>
won from Bellaire, Klk Rapids a n d ' a c r e s J u n e 30, 1930.
— V i r g i n i a n - P i lot.
About half of the newly acquired
Central Lake on t h e i r home
floor;
J u d g i n g from experience covering
when they met Gaylord and H a r b o r ' a c r e a g e was through tax delinquency
Springs on foreign floors they were Of the acres obtained d u r i n g the past a good many years, J t would seem
simply swamped to defeat,.two years, 176,600 were through t a x quite w o r t h while for F r a n c e to teach
a b i n e t making in the public schools.
With the County T o u r n a m e n t j u s t [delinquency"; 38,536 were purchased; c
1
News.
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a week away t h e r e is reason to be- 15,398 were obtained by exchange; —Indianapolis
lieve that the boys need morx; practice [and 637 were acquired by gift.
These
New J e r s e y is breaking up t h e bare
to prepare for the opprrsinpr cAuhty atreas represent land added to forest rels seized in raids on illicit b r e w e r i e s
teams- They were f o r t u n a t e i/i draw- ; boundaries as well a.s interior a r e a s and giving them to the poor.
This
int.ing the
tne bv<- o a.s to give them the 'acquired for purposes, of consolida- seems t.o—be one way of rituving off
This !l
'
advant;!a g e of their home floor.
a<lversity.—Boston Herald.
V » M S J h f c £ M f t f S t a r s t o the---«e**»?4
In t h e disclosures of c o r r u p t i o n in
D E F R A U D I N G THE PUBLIC
finals frrr S a t u r d a y afternoon,
Jan
i itie year
.'
Six months
Three TnF.nths
S
PORT
Cutter
25tf
75C
for sale, $12.00
LINN MATHEWSON,
Mancelona.
For
Sale—Horse,
and delivery c 'truck.
Cleanliness Combined with Pfop^F
Refrigeration Insures Fresh
Meats At Alt Times
id to Meet Both Requirements,
wagon,
sleigh
S. A. J A B A K A
For Health and Strength
E a t Meat in a Balanced Diet
For Sale or R e n t — H o t e l in Alba.
28tf
, G E O . W. T O B I A S , Alba.
For Sale- —Good Body wood.
2Tt#
~ E. P . F U L L M F "
K*—*
Took Sodaf-For Stom—aelr For 20 Years
MTtRK DeBOER, Prop.
F o r 20 y e a r s I toak_aeda f o r indigestion and stomach g a s .
Then
I
tried A d l e r i k a .
One bottle b r o u g h t
complete r e l i e f . " — J n q . B^ H a r d y
Adlerika
•JCTHnCh
BOTH upper
moving poisons you n e v e r knew w e r e
t h e r e . D o n ' t fool-with medicine whidb
cleans only P A R T of t h e bowels, b u t
let
A d l e r i k a * give
stomach
and
bowels a R E A L cleaning a n d see how
good you feel. W . A. G a r d n e r , D r u g gist-.
-
Repairing O n l y to an
Expert W o r k m a n
Bring us y o u r most expensive watch
w r i s t w a t c h o r c l o c k with" a n a b s o l u t e
feeling of confidence that o u r repair
w o r k o n it will b e h o n e s % t b o r o u g h aud perfect.
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r
HINT
JtLQYB RQDABAUGH
We enjoy a v e r y l a r g e patronage in
our repair d e p a r t m e n t because we
have made it so, by the grade of work
we do.
W e also r e p a i r rings and
j e w e l r y of a l l klnds.
Women's a n d Children's Haircultiiig- a S p e c i a l t y
107 State Street
Mancelona
arge Increase Is^NotedL^
In State Forest L a n d s
*Um
g t a r t m g intu a new ye-aTr^ft^Ts "ol
The first ^rouruL of games ~ will be interest t o nott; t h a t the post offict;
played at Central Lake, Friday, J a n - d e p a r t m e n t reports the year 1930 a
u a r y fry, and "the -eons ol at ion, semi- banner one for frauds worked through,
finals and finals are to he pt7iyeTt ~tte re tHeTTT. S. mails." T h i s despite the fact
Saturday afternoon and evening.
t h a t g r e a t e r effort than ever before
was put forward to prevent them.
The drawings a r e :
On^ of the most common frauds,
and OTTP^q-ntte a few
people around
BettgtrF==a
\
—^—
Mancelona*
have
doubtless
been
Ellsworth—— \
)
•• ' t
trapped-.faVj. is the fake "work
at
h o m e " offer which promiseiThigh pay
MancHon*for v e r y little work,-if only OhejwiTL
buy instructions and material at small
CrTTTtTOt fAkecost.
A w a r n i n g against concerns in
Alba—~^=!
this class is again being sent out, and
1
Coach Abe C o h e n - o f .Kaftt J o r d a n the jrovernor of each s t a t e ia A ^ t f
appealed
t
o
to
help
p
u
t
such
sharks
will tw»- the toi»rn«iTrf»rrt rrfficial acout of business, The usual method is
cording to last r e p o r t s .
to get $1 or $1.50 from each* victim
by promising to send matte,rials and inALBA M E T H O D I S T CHURCH
structions for this "easy and profit•€rr*#. 9. 'Prrrair, PaiTttSTf^
able pastime work."
The
sender
sends and never hears f r o m the firm,
—SuTtday JarroaTjr^T
which ordinarily is only a skeleton
11:30 a, m. S u n d a y school.
6:30 p. m. E p w o r t h League meet* t h a t can change name and address at
will. During recent months they have
ing. _
7:30 p. m.* E v e n i n g worship. New t a k e n a heavy toll because of an unusual number being out of employ
Y e a r sermon by the pastor.
Mid- tnent, and it is estimated t h e money
Wednesday at 7:3<>
secured from innocent victims will
week service.
run into the millions of dollars.
This is b u t one of hundreds -of
BELLAIRE M. E. CHURCH
frauds taring" WOTtced by mail, but it
A. W\ Haltef." P a s t o r .
is the most common and the one evJ u s t know in
Services for S u n d a y , J a n u a r y 4, a r e erybody should shun.
advance t h a t it is not necessary, under
planned as follows:
pr******!** ggfrd-teionw, far- * rwneern in
W:00%
CIHM* me-eting.
9;.'J0.
Hihle school.
Adults > t u d y , -any of o u r large ciUea t o a d v e r t i y
for workers. There are plenty righf
"The Mission of John the Baptist."
Morning service, with s e r - [ t h e r e ready t o work at any honest
~10:30
mon, "Cirtri, thr» T'niv»'fHs<. and Folk-s." Ktabor.
While the making of resolu'The • ion-* a r e in ordr*r, m«k+» one resorvirr-r
Brrworth
League.
r
•mm In EvFrj,'_TT!IJi LtftT.**
rw>t to answer nnty or-tJifi lake "work
Evening service with ser- at home"»ads.
7:00
mon, "The S h i n i n g F a c e . "
ANTRIM METHODIST CHURCH
There is a New Y e a r s community
C h - « K. Thl»s. V a s t e r .
potluck dihrVef at The half beside Cfie"
c h u r r h on T h u r s d a y , a n d p r a y e r meet* Sunday January J T "
ing Rt TrO*elock t i n t »yrtyning.
service.
10:00 I."Til.
Sunday school.
The Epworth L^afrue^ have their
nocial and business
meeting
next
2:00 p. m. Preaching service.
Monday evening, J a n u a r y 3, at t h e
7:00 p. m. Kpworth League meethall.
Ing.
r . l w rrf rrffiwwr
i » >if i.iir
V . nli
IX 9M
Albert's Place
VARIETY STORE—
GIFTS—SHOES
and FURNISHINGS
"PayCash
and
ANNOUNCEMENT
W e have secured t h e
Selling Agency for
Pay' Less"
NEW—REBUILT—USED
Fireproof Safes
A d d i n g Machines
Typewriters
Check Protectors
Filing Cabinets
Office Desks
ind
Cleneral Line of Office Equipment
Hjay
ALL M A K E S
.city officials s a i d :
"tt
shall be investigated to the b o t t o m . "
F . P-^A., In The World saym i t - o u g h t
to be "sifted to the very t o p . " —
Raleigh News and"tJb^eW<3fv~
1WRITERS REPAIRED
.ONA HERALD
W^wtAds
am
r
Real
Estate
W a n t e d to rent 60 acres on s h a r e s ,
wTtn good buildings and w a t e r . . Address J a m e s Devey, Mancelona, Mich".,
R. F . D. 3 .
27t2»
Miscellaneous
arc t w o ways
First—Stay there,
Gold Fish and Sea Weed for sale.
,
.
MRS. R E Y N O L D S .
Hammond Hotel.
Wanted—-Boarders by day or week.
Home baked pies to Order.
MRS. ANNA HAMMOND,
47tf.
Proprietor.
Kodak
finishing
promptly
axaeuted.
Knrtl Johnson, P h o t o g r a p h e r .
Wednesday
Afternoons — Dental
office closed.
40t£
Bu-B. BAHILLYV D P S ,
_
S«cond-Com<
sW
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FOR GROCERIES
They Will Be Delivered O n Tii
THE
- Clarepee Iraiie_ h"a.i
and persons owing m** will pleaae pay
him.
STEVE G E N C H E F F
—
PHONE
SAT
O u r Grocery Specials a r e good
»
every day in t h e week.
",/_"" " "" "
"Lgnrlioapd
UardefllBg ind Planting
Plans.
Nursery Stock.
E. D. POST, Bellaire,
Washings to do.
MRS, KO.SK E V A N S , 66 Maple ave.
2m9 —
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WanU-d
Place to work
for
my
board and room while going t o County Normal.
Call 13R3, Alden.
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