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Ludington Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1927, Ludington, Michigan
A Pine tree planting j Street gaiety has passed to be carried out j but Paris Queens still reign to beautify Parks Walton league committee will Label shrubs and Flowers at identification and Labelling of Trees and and Call Ordi red by county Chapati i Walton to in i i soon by member who still life of the work of Iai hint t o species of Tro Shrub hint prow by Ehri Irman of tee on Ril Orost ton and Martin and Phi lbs Lowr s state i la it Irpa k if n c Nora p plan nod incl ill tin1 in annual la Roar Tieje it i will lie up to be a mile West Lopps nth Idi this number a Del 250 Norway Norway the scotch on he Oast Side of the Norway Sirnoi Tho West via and Hup Plantou and and Pine nil and be supplied by Frank Mason county conservation Are to be near the drive Way and along the Fence line on Tho West Side of the scotch Pine in Stearns approximately i scotch Pine transplants Are to be planted in a Carns will to Between Ujj and is inches in height and win b6 planted near the pumping Sta the Blue Spruce seedlings planted last year on the Martin in tend place by Ludin Irton Lioy appear to la holding their he and most of the seedlings planted in Section of Liat Lin township in a vhf Are ing Charley Hanson and Harry Stolber expect to Plum Norway and White Pine Ort their commercial Forest tract in Hamlin of expanse of Hind that is covered with second growth Norway and White 800 in Kentucky town continue Al irom rage residents were made scaffolding erected in the streets for merchandise and household goods proved not High enough when i 10 feet of water swept the Struc Tures several houses were swept from their Arkansas towns Breaks in the White and St Francis River levees threatened big Lake and other a Kansas towns while Tinlot and thousands of acres surrounding it were flooded when r0 feet of a protecting Dyke Between 500 and residents of and were forced from their Homos by the Arkansas River and fort Smiths water Supply was menaced by the Rivers invasion of the Power Ptons six thousand acres of land at chef Catt was Wale at Poplar a wide area of land was l president of Tho River commission in of All flood control work Frohl Rock to now or has issued orders to All Dis engineers to hold Tho levees any Memphis is Memphis was feeling directly the High water stage As Backwater hooded streets on the Southside of the county convict labor was being used to Clear Brush from Iho souths de levee of the other labourers refused to Aid in Tho work because of the number of in the i Ellioit makes unsatisfactory Crow for Crowers try ins to guess the Marker raise havoc with the of ran i i Crow for Quality and help make the reputation of tin organization and Lioio speakers or Sod growing More potatoes o the acre and fewer acres when help is i Lowland the time of raising one acre of potatoes As my hours ill Inadi Inry and hours if Iho is Don mainly by japanese program Given by children i april Queens in inn the Siree quins is Well As Twenty still lie incl co Tetli Ali Row Are s j still Rin is Pash a Niveen u i Leeiva of tile Are elected Tor i lie Street Dan and Taraius observed since the these Royal Al from the Damli ters of modest represent a tradition dates from the shiite Edilh they Call on the president of just As their n real l real called on the Viil bin Mademoiselle mine a Daug Lito save of is a a Small does Mil sin Lilllie France queenly customs l not it ise Para Church Heads conservation men to in the would like instead sleet and Hitler teen of late years to hav festival Days for their the eld Prinle of in failed of is the Parade to be a bin Lile to take its place on a Day late in the Spring when the Walher Man can assure the modern spirit coins not to Brook discomfort in its expert predicts lower Spud prices son end has continued from Page county for several i along conservation lines i not confined to he is known in Western Michigan and at Lansing As an enthusiastic outdoor Church succeeds William Sho acer As head of the Mason county shearers marked with Tho activity Linos is almost Over a Hal dozen meetings wore held last Winter and a new High Mark of interest in Tho absence of president fee took the foe is Tho Only now officer president Church huge snowdrifts paralyse traffic continued from a re on either Side of and Tho North pork River was Csink Stead As a result of continuous heavy tin Hood situation considered motor cars april deep snowdrifts left by the worst Spring blizzard today paralysed in Wyoming and Colorado and thousands of had of scores of persons were in automobiles and More than 50 motor cars were Sullard night of Iween Palmer Lake aul the Central and Northern sections of Wyom ing were blanketed by which approach Eil Throe feet in depth at Many last night temperatures stood Well below in the has been vice president during tin past year and the Secretary and treasurer were the new vice president has been actively interested in the work of the chapter and has been identified with worthwhile1 Ordo of in the new president will name committees and members of the advisory sends three to three delegates will be to the chapter at the hearing expected to be called by the conservation department next week for Maylwin to discuss advisability of lifting the plunking bans on the Peru Alan queue and the of the Mason county chapter voted at a meet ing in february to favor the fishing ban on All of big Imi ring Tho past year to lashing has been allowed on Ilie River in Lake was permit you in Mason the hearing at Baldwin is to learn the attitude toward his continued from Pago below the consequently the Price has been to increase lie ports so far give of per Iso in acreage to be planted this according to the United slates Bureau of look for lower prices with nor Mal conditions and increased acre this is Tho natural carefully prepared charts show ing potato history since Isle to the present gave the basis for the talk of Ian Given by 1 i speculation is Tho speculation costs All the potato Busi Ness is one of the most speculative Knes Farmers engage Coop rat Ive Selling takes away some of the Selling in a uniform Way is Best plan under All flooding Tho mar k i forces the dealer to take on potatoes when he does not know the Market will be storage1 costs Money shrinkage and loss from rot and other causes must be consider if you ask the dealer 1o take the risks you must he will look out for urges grading of Field Man for Tho Michigan potato Crowers Assoc a spoke on local conditions and some of the problems that Are cooperate Ivo Selling makes for boiler he this is sometimes hard to see when competitors Are offering loyalty to the a trained Board of directors and service and reputation Are some of Tho inc tors which every association must work trading makes easier Selling and reduces the Cost of Mem the i hers should see thai their managers sort poorly sorted stuff is an unsatisfactory condition and if it happens on a falling Market gives an easy excuse for a properly sorted car must be accepted Shore is no comeback for poorly sorted one car sent out Lail fall years it is understood by that Tho order will not be lifted until it has been con determined by the conservation department it is not favors Rod trained More than the allowed of mechanical car arrived on a falling Mark time was taken to land five Worth con 1 per Tho of at sort were Millicent Rogers gains Freedom rom court april countess formerly miss Lucent Rogers of new is now freed from her marriage ties with count a do free of absolute divorce has then awarded to Iho countess with tin custody of their we Joje the court complied with the request for a she asked for Tho divorce on of his application based on As Austi Down not provide for full i Tho Secretary was authorized i to write Mason county Spok Esul men in Tho House of lives and state in j forming them the chapter stands Jin favor of the Rod License measure and urging them to support j explained by Charles i Hasiu As a Bill that would j Levy a foe of on each resident using a Rod Ami a vital which to All such 17 years would be the receipts would mean prob j ably a Hal million dollars with i which tin department could i Jour this such As game league May hold the report of the banquet com made by Louis was fee informed the members it would to to Hook the Community Church House if a is cd a Rohrmoser recommended if a banquet to the chapter go to no to us sorted the loss on the car was because someone had not Sorio As h the Cost of bundling this brings potatoes too was give difficulties in As one of this Sec chief i this can to overcome in a said ant by carefully prepared soil to hold the moisture and by planting seed treatment for Scab and seed selection Are among the which will help Michigan to build Jurther kind of a reputation she de sires in Tho potato markets of the Ico uni 1 Tho Cadillac office needs a cer Ilain amount of potatoes to Supply certain they should have potatoes where they can get when Hoy want in but lamp a trint Are Norway Spruce Hoar Lake and an Jato to for local Farmers ire helps a painful aching j j Lumbago and a aching Back i Sugi Rost at once the need of a Good diuretic to stimulate kidney Mito Loiis and rid the system of trouble1 poisons that cause the Dis Black of says 1 took jills could not Tooji Over nor raise up without i gnat now since taking them1 1 ask for Foley Millsi a prompt of planned Kaleva and christinas amply sati fact Ion Igna unteed advert continued from 1 the it might have m Tho Fri Ninnor of the i cast As Iho in hats and borrowed from their and Sang the song of the King of Iho tin Complete program follows Little would von Warren a japanese lie Nice Dorothy Cio Orgo Timm and Loiry imitation japanese an Ijo Hert Sley Sabiu and Hilly timid maids of Japan item italian America and Japan Doris Anderson and Marjorie Island of Japan japanese dance twelve boys a id those taking part in the dance wore Hernice Dorothy Mabel Marjory Joan Leraldine Hor Jen Ovive Sivi Poris Ivolyn Maxine Doit the truth Hynard Melville Wesley Wesley Ca Lelon snarl Lordon Parker and Donald Ilein Ponn ots Ruth Marjorie Arlene Ilsio Ruth a Lier Nico Reno Vive Gladys eve Lyn Doris Petty Juno Schultz and Geraldine members of the members of Tho class Are Warren Russell Carl Nazar Karl Charles hol Carllon Lordon Donald Bornice Doro Rhy Marjorie Kory Donald Clyde Lar Clyde Charles Lar James Clarence mad Donald George Elsie Helen Max Iao Loro Arlene Mabel Ruth Reyn Ard Hetty Jane Joan Geraldino Robert Melville Ruth Doris Gladys die Robert Fil Wesley Dean Billy Genevieve Sivertson and Ivolyn among Tho other numbers on Tho program a pretty violin played by miss Viola with piano accompaniment by miss Cillen a group of vocal of Tho take up the an d keep Tho last of those played Wilh guitar a com was Given by Oscar Larson and Frank during the business mooting the ways and Means committee re ported a movie Benefit would to Given by the club on May 2 the Lyric several special vaudeville numbers will to Given As an added to elect Flection of officers will be hold the next regular Tho following wore appointed to the nominating commit tee mans Louis fee miss Lena refreshments were served at Mario Wesley k Donald Wil to the ranks of Buick owners contain thous ands who have owned or even More and they Are being joined daily by hundreds who Are experiencing for the first time the Pride and satisfaction of owning a value is compare take a ride drive it yourself it will convince watch t Omorrow for no Tice of sales to other Wise people in this Ludington Auto Good used the of illusion of the meeting by committee composed of Jacob chairman mosdame3 William Wal Ler Fred Wil Liam Karl Schmook and misses Annafa Hoy and Lillian Mot l a Holland summer Colony hard hit continued from Page were richly Many of the Homes destroyed were owned by residents of Chi grand rapids and Detroit and were richly furnish Only few wore occupied of eel by As hip dots open for several weeks the 1irc according to in a collage where Yonner had been holding i the flames were Dis covered shortly after the party urn before arrived from the flames spread to a dozen or then1 is no fire fighting apparatus in fire Quill the fire was Boito by Early today but Tho Section had been Cut off from the undamaged Homes and All Avail Able equipment of Holland fire depart Himi i was concentrated in lie firemen said there was litle likelihood of the flames spreading further and expressed the opinion the fire would Burn itself out during the fifteen of the Homes were owned by grand rapids insurance covers much of the four men said to have been looting the places while flames were in were Cap tured by a loss of was suffered by the in a fire destroyed the Ottawa Beach hotel across Black Lake from Macatawa in and a fire destroyed 59 cottages in floods follow Wake of freakish storms through Southwest continued from Page Eastern northeastern a Kansas and southwestern mis hundreds of acres of Fer tile farm lands were Many City dwellers As Well As ranchers were forced from their Homes and livestock losses were Highway traffic was de Tho heaviest loss of life resulted from tuesdays Tornado that virtually wiped out Rock in Southeastern 19 miners i with the National red Cross supervising Relief for the injured and homeless tornadoes and High struck a score of Points in Tex several persons killed ind Many were Nineteen miners were who from the Pirt Wise mine near Sells the latest novel of Sinclair Henryeta after they were trap Lewis is liable to the Ped when water entered an old authorities have decided that t violates the Lyric theatre tonight vivid pageantry and adventurous episodes Mark King visors Bardelis George Eleanor Boardman amt John Gilbert the magnificent tomorrow William Fox presents and Tony the wonder horse a colourful Romance of daring and Pense and thrills and Joy Ous laughter with Tom mix in the Saddle of and main times Tel itself Pmj of thrills Helene costello Malcolm wait George Irving Dorothy Kitchen str of Mola a cirs sly och str Orville Dux Xian Stow sunday dont miss this wedding Norma Sheare Lew Cody a provoking with Beautiful Norma Shearer in a role youll easter footwear Are the slippers just right for easter the Man or woman without something new in footwear for easter wont feel just right the new Spring models Are ready and we Are at your service the styles were never so mens of Ito Black or women straps and tics in All the new shades shoes and oxfords for misses and children of All carefully fitted and pleasingly for footwear that stands out Way above the level of just shoes and for careful and expert Are at your the shoe Market Arthur 41 7 South James 2 doors below theatre i tomorrow and sunday out snaked the relentless rope a fraction of a and Hoot had us he always gets Vin but How thais1 he Poser that makes hoofs pictures Ever win the he lie has you Rollini Oil chair Wilh besides von in typical lib Soaia Man of presented by Carl Laemmle directed by Reaves Eason starting monday dogs talk youll soy yes when you see the King of dog in this smashing chapter play of Romance and intrigue in the Snow ten episodes that will grip you and leave you dangling with suspense and boiling Wilh excited interest dont miss any of them starring Silver Streak King of dog actors with Malcolm m Gregor i and Louise Loraine directed by William Craft
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