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to hire teachers during the first week of School boards will notify their teachers during that time if they wish them to return and the actual hiring or the teacher will be completed by the second week in This vote does not make this mandatory that all boards fol low the This system is fogowed by city While st country schools do not an Easter vacation the set will make it easy for phers to make plans for the imer and coming decision does not hinder ihers from applying at any In fact school officers told ilready having received ap for the coming he question of hiring married wojnen in the rural schools was up but the consensus oflbpmion was that teachers wejse hired for a specific pur and that the one doing the best work should be It brought out however that if all else were equal the unmar rieS woman would be given Most school boards have learned to judge their teajqhers by results and a teacher having a good record is usually one Tells of New State Laws Qeorge Otwell of the state department of education was present during the entire day aim In his talks explained sev eral new A complete ac count of some of these will be Kixcn in a later edition of The jeorge county schpol presided at meetings and practically every school officer in the comity was Mission Group Gives Christmas Offering The Womans foreign Mission aryljsociety met at the home of Mrs Smith Wednesday The attendance was net as laiRC1 because of illneos of several members Fred Roiuki seu ond vice picskiid during led the devuiunu taking Uv Story her theme J F Fleiiiing had charge of tnr pro A duet by Phylh ami Doillia Wieklund Mrs Louis Orassfl ilum Tile ClirLstmas oireriny At the filon Smith RuiJtil served and toflee Harneii Who was to h tvi been but because ol forced to leu ve prepared a Christmas and each was invilid in hej thumb aiH Hiii nut a jjium Brail Entertains Complimenting Guest was J lome in Brail and Abe Benow accompanying her as far as Grand Gleaners Plan Joint Affair Amber Gleaner organization will not meet Members are expected to attend the joint installation and potluck supper at Victory Arbor The meeting will be held at Victory town Max tht1 women memht of Un Hochfil ih Er4il M4han morrang fur re her Scouts Sorry Their Chief Is Leaving Four Boy Scouts of Troop ac companied by Marshall at tended the court of honor meet ing at Ludington Douglas Heckman received merit badges and a life the highest rank awarded at the court of He was hon orably mentioned because of his thorough knowledge of the re quirements for his Myron Stewart and James Pecharchik were awarded merit badges and promoted to star ranks and Lloyd Tubbs became a star Another court of honor is scheduled for 18 at Luding Edwards is prepar ing for star rank and Albert Cole and William Darr for first Freesoil scouts regret that Scout Executive Robert Weir has resigned from Pere Mar auette He has served the council well and was liked by the boys at camp and all oth er scout Larsons Sister Dies John Larson received word Wednesday of the death of her Henrietta South of Southern had recently suffered a fall and fractured her Funeral services were held Southern was the oldest member of a large She had been blind for several Selina Martin of who is spending the winter with her Henry Grin nell of recently suf fered a Her face was cut by her glasses and she suffered other severe Beginning Sunday the morn ing services at Methodist Epis copal church will accord ing to the winter Preaching services will be held at the Sunday school hour with Sunday school Freesoil young people expect ed home for Christmas are Golda Harold and Arthur Zola Craw Marian and Rowena Malcolm Helen Harry Al wln Mildred and Le Grande Florence den anid Arthur Elder Byron Doty of Traverse City will conduct services at the Latter Day Saints church at Freesoil this who has been ill for six is enjoy ing some American Beauty roses presented to her by Miss Winl WAKE UP YOUR LIVER WITHOUT CALOMEL And Youll Jump Out of Bed ifl he Morning to Go If you sour and Kunk and tho worW louka nt swalUiw a kit of wall Uumive candy or chfvmg Kurn ttiHi ihorn to muku you surijecly ewiiiri umi buoyant umi full ol Fur tluy cant do They only move the bowcls auj a UHTC movtinont dotssni gwt Ihi Tho luiiju r your downandout ficlinx is yuur ll puur oul two ixjumla i liquid bile into our owcU 1 H ibis biie is not flowing your lotxl dotan t It jiiii in lae Gaj up your a bud lante auJ our breath ij skiu ofttn breaks out in httiui achis and you ca down and Voui wliolB nystem is U takes eld CARTERS Uliu pounds o bile ftowini Jriaiy iud rruke you up and They oicum wbun it cnojwi to ouiaiifc tat bile flow Cut liutt li A j Ijvct Jjoci fur its Cirttrs Ljuja Piiia on the red a 2ic OJ lliitl The local milk supply has de creased to the extent that Floyd who hauls for this is making trips only on alter nate Two trucks were making daily trips a short time agMisses Verle Crawford and Ruth Stanley spent Tuesday in UFred coon recently made a business tripto Grand Miss To Young People Nerine Cory entertained the young peoples class of Paul s church Saturday evening at her Members of the young peop e s class of Zion church were in Miss Leona appointed chairmen for the next meeting as follows Miss Leola devojtionals Miss EL nora Refreshments were Miss Norma Jensen Custer spent the weekend at the home of Miss Frances Apple Frank Sibley of Muske gon was a guest recently of her Floyd Miss Helen Cobb was an over night guest at the John Apple ton home Many farmers are making use of the good weather to get in their winters supply of wood from Sippy William Paasch and Harry Cory assisted Chancy Gray with butchering and Elmer Talquist of Ludington was a guest at the Gray home NORTH RIVERTON Lena Timm and daugh Robert and baby of Ludington were guests Wednesday afternoon of the William Paap and Edison Brown entertained the following at dinner Sunday and James Pederson and and Perry Jean Weverink was a guest of her and John Leedy the past and Fred Mavis and Russel and Lyal of and and Carl Rahn arid were guests Sunday of and John Pleiness and and Roy DcHoff and were Sunday guests of and Charles DeHoff of Lincoln and John Rinebolt visited at the Bert Septrion home Thursday Septrion is Guests at the Gust Heide mann home during the week were George Josuns of and and Herman Remus of Paap 49c BUY AND SAVE Soda 2 box FLOUR 25 large 2 FRESH BREAD loaf C 0 It N F L A K E S Kelloggs or Post large 2 for SALAD DRESSING OR SPREAD pint PORK CHOIS 4c 23c lOc HEEF to boil j Every thing to Eat COOKS MARKET 12 Scottvilie and Ory and Vernon Peterson have purchased a and Arthur Nordine are rebuilding their home which was recently destroyed by Friends and neighbors gathered recently and cleaned up the debris so carpenters could be gin Harold Brauer is as sisting The West Riverton Ladies Aid society will meet Wednesday at the home of Henry This will be a special Oscar Nelson and of Ludington were Sun day dinner guests of her daugh Ory Van Maurice Arthur Perry Gam ertsfelder and Archie Wadel were guests of Abe Gamertsfelder Wednesday aft and Clarence Rine bolt and Marion and were Sunday dinner guests of the Dawson familyof South Esther Prehn was a Sun day dinner guest of the Heide mann Prehn and Miss Schaeffer motored to Hart for the Friends are sorry to hear that and Baileys daugh ter is ill and under the care of a Young Peoples league of West Riverton church will meet at Sunday evening at the Miss Amelia Schaeffer will be West Riverton Evangelical Sunday school has named com mittees to prepare a Christmas program as follows Orval Bailey will have charge ol classes 2 and assisted by Arthur Nordine and Miss Opal Kendell class Miss Amelia Schaeffer and Perry Gam to All classes meet at 4 are re oclock Thursday afternoon and at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon at the German church service will be held at 2 oclock Sunday after noon at Bethlehem Lutheran Opitz requests that all children of the Sunday school be present to receive parts in the Christmas Charles Haberichter was an allday guest of her Otto Laude at tended the funeral services for Laura Peterson Monday afternoon from the George Peterson home in and Floyd Timmons motored to South Hart Friday and were joined by and Vern They drove to and were week end guests of and Clif ford Timmons and and Peter Vern Sperrinburg is their Friends and former neighbors were grieved to hear of the death of Lena for merly Lena at Chicago Monday Richard Brye left for Chicago Tuesday morn Friends of Richard Brye are sorry to hear of the illness of her Nels Peterson of Peterson was tak en ill Thursday and Sunday was taken to Paulina Stearns hos pital where he underwent a ma jor He is getting along as well as can be Peterson is a brotherin law of Charles Rosemary and Annie Laurie Heidemann returned to school Monday after a weeks absence due to i 70 Persons Enjoy Party at Barnetts The Extension Sewing club held a party Saturday night at Bar netts Fourteen tables of euchre set back and three tables of pedro were High prize for ladies won by George Barnett and low by Nels Peterson high prize for men was won zy Searle Barnett was won by Searle Barnett Following the card games the club served The remainder of the evening was spent in A circle two step made lots of fun for About 70 persons large crowd attended the Carpenter sale Saturday and Earl Scoyill vis ited with Elizabeth Searle and Leonard New man enjoyed Sunday dinner at the Anton Newman They spent the evening at the George Tyndall Martz of South Scott ville called at the Leonard New man home Monday and George Barnett spent Sunday afternoon with and Searle Barnett and CENTER RIVERTON Bailey and Orville Maynard and and and Abe Gamertsfelder were Sunday din ner guests at the Elmer Harley Bailey was de Christmas Specials MENS HOSE 19c 29c 35c value 50c value We Are Again Able to Offer LADIES SLIPPERS At the Unusually Low Price Center buckle with Cuban or Louis UNDERWEAR Heavy Weight Union 79c Lxtra Heavy Weight Newberg 5h Mens Gaudet First Natl Bank the Illness of her Howard Schwass is the own er of a new He motfcred to Fremont Monday to attend a cow testing The young peoples Sunday school of Pauls Evan gelical church entertained the young peoples class of West Riverton Evangelical church Saturday evening at a party at the home of Norine Cory of Games and contests were enjoyed and a luncheon was Herbert Adrion of Grand Rapids and and son and Arthur Bigsby were callers at the Ray Harmon home Sun day Arthur Henry Bigsbyv Ida Kendall and Miss Opal Kendall Were dinner guests of Eva Har mon William Mistakuis lost a valu able horse and Franx Ander sack of Manistee and and Robert Hannah and Robert of Ludington were Sunday visitors at the Hugh Hannah Helen Cobb of Ludington re cently spent a few days at the Ray Harmon and Harold Harley Roert Hannah and Robert of Ludington vis ited at the Alvah Morell home Sunday Miss Mildred Morell was ab sent from school Monday on account of Fred Smith of Wiley buzzed wood for Schwass and John Lichte en tertained the following at a chicken dinner Sunday Edward Gust and children and Gust of Ludington and Robert Anderson and and Alva Wood of Scottville Jose Keif er and Raymond and of West Riverton and Robert Bedker and e Wfjillw jCrlQrVk ana Kelfer ef Eftsi end at the Charles Koltierg and attd and Ployd Lake spent the Plelfiess attd Lebhe was a Ernest Eatl and ieldfe of EdeH Visitor at the Mtifphy is driving a W611 for Stitchers met Saturday aMfneoh with Helen All members were completed the Work airiilrig and patching and plan to draft patterns and out dUt at their CUSTER Funeral services for Charles Zemantis were held from the Marys church at Ouster Wednesday interment was made at Fountain Jack Foster is and Ktowe traded their business for a restaurant at They expect to go at once to take They will be missed by their many friends Hugh ODonald and Don were calling on friends in Custer Wednesday Guy and Orval who Went to Muskegon river to trap had the misfortune to have their traps The Bell Telephone is re building their lines in town and the farmers This has been a long felt need and will be ap CHAMBER SCHOOL Surprised on Anniversary Nels Jensen was suprised Mon day evening when a number of friends gathered at his home to help celebrate his birthday an Cards were enjoyed after which a luncheon was served by Jensen and An Augusta who has been spending the summer with her Chris Mill has gone to Dowagiac to spend the winter witB her Emma and and Robert Johnson and William rlcn of Grant spent Sunday aft at the John Goodrich Mrl and Louis LeSarge of Sunjday at the John LeSarge Miss Ruth Harrington of NeW York City spent past week at home of her Itehry Miss Hazel Fitch Is preparing a Christmas program t6 be giv en at the School house Friday A community tree anid Santa Glaus to distribute gifts will feature the FREESOIL PTA TO MEET Freesoll ParentTeacher as sociation will Monday at the All members are urged to attend and invite their friends to The regular meeting night of this unit is the second Monday of Why Use a Bladder Physic To drive out impurities and excess acids that cause irriation which results in getting up leg paifcs or BU the bladder physic works pleasantly on the bladder as cas tor oil on the Get a 25c test box from your After four days if not relieved go back and get your You will feel better after this clean sing and you get your regular Snows Drug Store and Sahlmarkis BALLBA GALOSHES and RUBBERS For Everyone BALLS BAND MORE DAYS WEAR Lowest Quality Forslind The Basement Shoe Store Stotel These Prices Are Effective in Ludington and Scottville Stores Ralctons Food 2 A body builder for children adults Standard quality 4 cans Here it exceptional pumpkin value stock up SCRATCH FEED Quality feed made from selected EMBASSY SALAD DRESSING Pntjar lc Thick and creamy Embassy Vi pint 10o CANVAS GLOVES pair 9c Strong and extra well made KARO SYRUP Blue Label 5 can 35c Red Label 5 can 37e for the morning pancakes PANCAKE FLOUR Country Club 5 19c Henkela Pancake Flour S sack 23c ROLLED OATS C large 15c Country Club Vary your breakfast with nourishing oatmeal Z9c Standard quality A saving price stock up now Corn Genuine Dill Pickles 4 2 cans Widlars full flavored genuine dills SANDWICH BREAD Country Club Sliced Bread 1 loaf 6c Regular loaf 7c COUNTRY CLUB COFFEE reduced SLICED PINEAPPLE Country Club CLIFTON BROOMS A sturdy broom each PEACHES Halves Country Club 2V2 can XXXX SUGAR 15C Confectioners style 3 8c 35c 18c 33c 19c 25c Super Suds of Soap pligs Igc 4 GLASS JELLY MOLDS 4 1 bottle MARASCHINO CHERRIES AH 3 GELATINE DESSERT For FRUITS AND Kroger Produce are the brighteit in every Fruiti and Vefetablet are received freih daily Grapefruit Fancy Floridat full of juice for APPLES Fine for eating crooking CRANBERRIES utt CABBAGE Michigan hard 15c 25c 2c Squash Solid BlYS MORE AT A   

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