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Record-Eagle (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Traverse City, Michigan Record Eagle traverse City Michigan saturday june 13, 1964 Page 3 let Eva be your garbage Man he works 24 hours a Day creates bacteria which liquefied garbage liquefied garbage drains into soil no odor Hospital notes death takes Guy e. Wilson officers probe break in cases osteopathic admissions Hilda. Berger 427 w. Consumes All organic wastes season s Supply Only 295 ii a. 12th Donald Laskey. Cedar i mrs. William Rudolph 5 mile j re. Edward Martin Ann Arbor mrs. June Sturmer. Toledo to. J mrs. Henry Tidd 206 w. 7th. Dismissals Patrick Kelley Buckley Jeffrey Pullen. Tustin Sally Lewis East Jordan Wolls Fargo Copemish. Scott w. Rockwell Ben Zonia James b. Hanley Grandview re Sherry Strieter 412 w. St Leamon e. Lake Williams Burg Theodore w. Strieker r. 2 mrs. Harold p. Snyder Beir Lake mrs. Neil Williams Cadillac mrs. Everett Taylor and in Fant. Grawn mrs. Lee Smith and infant. Buckley. We also have Eva septic tank accelerator pest control Root killer Drain pipe cleaner odor exterminator Trude hardware your downtown hardware free delivery free customer Parkins behind store Munson admissions Daniel e. Loney me Devito s guaranteed watch repair 418 s. Union dial we 7-7545 Cradle roil and mrs. Ray mond j. Musser Priscilla Olds of r. -1, Box 427. Are the parents of a son born this morning at Munson Hospital. Order of Eastern Star traverse City chapter m7, order of Eastern Star will have a family picnic tuesday at at the shift Leboard club on kist front Street. Coffee and lemonade will furnished find All Are to bring Ruble service. Septic tank cleaning most efficient method 14 years experience Security septic tank co. Phone we 6-8612 mrs. Sick Betty Ann Louey. Mesick cheryl1. Ann o Brien. Wi1 Liams Burg Stephen Miller 537 eighth mrs. Dorothy gee. 415 w. 16th mrs. Arlin i. Foster 701 6th Barbara j. Snider Marine i the City As mrs. Lawrence Vanderburg Manistee Frank r. Blaisdell. Cadillac Nancy l. Dobson. Buttons j. B. Stephanoff. Irons Robert v. Andrews. Kings hush a. Graham. S1g web Star Joseph a. sr., Maple City mrs. Lester Earl 222 e. Lith Karon o Keefe. Portage. Ind. Dismissals Matthew a. Stack 319 s. Elm Wood mrs. I Yle Whipple Moores town Robert til Borton Manitou each mrs. Jennie h. Rose w. 7th g. Sullivan 1136 Rose mrs. Harold Belcher Kalkaska mrs. Henry Korb 321 w. 13th mrs Murle Flint Charles b. Bushaw 120 e. Ill Robert h. Griffith r. Jim Johnson. 325 w. Lith Ronald i Metcalf Kingsley James Hamilton. R. A mrs. Shelby Goss Charlevoix mrs. Daniel e. Blough. Glen Arbor Mary Ann Novak Honor Jean m. Griffin. -121 n. Elm j Wood Corby l. Kokler Baldwin Sli Cryl manna. 1027 Bald win David i. Panek Grawn Kimberly Herman Williams Todd l. Sayre. 9-17 Garfield signs As Star at playhouse the Cherry county playhouse has signed its final Star Rose Mary Prinz. For the 1d64 sea son. Miss Printz known As Penny Baker by her fans on television daytime serial i the world will Complete the list of ten Well a known performers to visit the tent theater this summer. She j Guy e. Wilson 6s, 1012 s. Union traverse City died unexpectedly thursday at hol Lywood a la. Where he was vacationing. Or. Wilson was born july 11, js95 at Alden and had been a traverse City resident since for -13 years he was employed by Wilson furniture co. In traverse City serving As sales manager for the past five years he had been Semi retired. He was a Veteran of world War i and an Active member of Paul Bunyan Barracks 403 and also belonged to traverse City eagles Lodge. Surviving Are the widow Chloe a brother. Grant of Cen trial Lake three Sisters mrs. Orah Fowler of traverse City mrs. Xor in Simonds of Cen trial Lake and mrs. Ruth Browe of Charlevoix and several nieces nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be held at . Tuesday at Martin son funeral Home in traverse City Rev. Or. Howard r. Towne of Lempo sunday special father s Day special modern swivel Rocker Nylon covered Toast color Reg. Tempo Low Price s49.37 sunday special Only 6 on hand open sunday 1 to 6 . Rosemary pr1nz will Lead the Cherry county professional Cost in kind which will close the season on september 1. Cherry county playhouse sores will remember Rosemary i Rinz for her sparkle Najj portray Al of Sally Middleton in voice 01 the Turtle during the 1962 season. Reviewer r. A. Batdorff 01 the traverse City record Eakle wrote Rosemary Printz a Superb actress and accomplished technician is delightful touching and most miss Prinz Charm and Talent have been Well known from coast to coast since when As the world turns went on the air. She was by then a vet eran actress having been a professional since the tender age of 1c. And having appeared All Over the country in Stock and in a half dozen Road shows. Other stars featured in the season which opens june 30 Are Joe e. Brown Barbara Brit ton. David Kelson. Marie Wil son and Jack Ginor. These actors will be supported by a professional or Suity company to bring the Best in live theater to the traverse City area. Season tickets Are available at the Box office of the theater which is located across the Street from the Park place motor inn or by writing the theater in care of traverse City. News briefs renewal Grant Washington up approval of a Federal Urban renewal Grunt to the city1 of Wii Dotte mich., was announced Friday by Sens. Philip a. Hart and Pat Mcnamara Michigan democrats. The Grant j covers two thirds of the Cost of an Urban renewal project for the City s 32-acre South Central business District. The finest in food for Best food courteous attention and full appreciation see your Independent grocer Elmwood Cash carry 319 n. Elmwood Jack s food Market 448 e. Front St. Kreps grocery 525 s. Union this week we award to mrs. Les Cole. . 5 1 in. Alpha butter miss Nancy Wright rapid City 1 in. Alpha butter mrs. D. Chandler 257 e. 10th St. 1 it. Milk and Carton of Nelson s Cloverdale cottage cheese mrs. Ward Clark 2539 Bluff re. 2 qts. Ideal milk mrs. Sam Sandborn 426 n. Spruce 2 qts. Ideal milk or. John Sebright 340 w. 7th St. 2 Cartons of Kin size coca cola Trade Independent Cio local local 17. N will Ninet monday evening at in tin Back room of the labor Hall on Hannah and Rose streets. At great lakes ill. Do Niue w. Stowe 21, son of or. And mrs. William l. Stowe of r. 3, traverse City is attending Basic training at the naval training Center great lakes 111. Commemorative stamp five cent new Jersey Ter Centenary commemorative Post age stamp will go on Sale june 15 at the traverse City Post office postmaster de Perteit j reported today. Return to new York or. And mrs. Robert Schwon Darlene Drake of the Bronx. New York left Friday for their Home after spending three weeks vacation with mrs. Schwori s parents. Or. Anil mrs. Paul Campbell of Rusch Road. At Cape May r. Vanbrocklin. Seaman apprentice. Usog. Son of or. And mrs. Robert ii. Vanbrock in of 100si Carver Street. Traverse City wins graduated from recruit training at the coast guard receiving Center. Cape May. . Return from and mrs. Carllon Cook and fam ily of Titus Street have returned from week s visit with their son. Pvt. Carlton Cook who is stationed at fort . Ken Tucky. Pvt Cook recently completed six weeks of special training at a Supply school. At Camp Fuji Japan Marine private first class Norman f. Schanb. Son of or. Anil mrs. James a. Schaub of 11. Will Mosburg is serving with the first battalion. Ninth Marine regiment. Third Marine division which left the unite i suites for Fuji Jap in Tor rib ont eight sucks of tactical Field training. In canal zone army pvt. John g. Schanb. Son of or. And mrs. Celestine Schaub. 1203 Barlow Street. Traverse City was assigned to the 2uth infantry s Ith battalion at fort Clayton canal zone May 27. Schaub entered the army in december 13li3 and completed Basic training a fort Knox. I by. He attended St. Francis High school. J Ferris students from the traverse City area wore among the s4-i son a ions granted degrees or Curtit i Cates it Ferris state College s commencement on june 7 j Bernard k. Acko Rinar. Of Kings Ley . Commerce teaching mid Elizabeth b. Thome of i Grawn associate of applied Sci i i Enco physician s office assist i ant. J earns i f. Davis machinist s mate first class Jsn. Sou of or. And j mrs. Walter a. Davis of j Locust Street. Traverse City received Silver dolphins on May while serving aboard the i nuclear powered submarine uss Triton operating out of Norfolk a. Silver dolphins Aro the insignia worn by enlisted personnel who Complete a six month training program on Board a submarine. A graduate of traverse City High school Davis entered the Navy in sep tember 1957. On uss Ert b. Banks chief electrician s mate. Us son of or. And mrs. Frank Banks of 512 North Spruce Street. Traverse City participated aboard the Navy seaplane tender toss Currituck j in a combined sea assault and i airborne combat training exer-1 i Cise called Ligtas May 12 to june 10 under the direction of the South East Asia treaty organization Seato in the Philippines. With burial in the in Oakwood Ceme Council elects Beulah newly elected officers of the Benzie county Extension department Council of Home economics Are chairman mrs. Ben Morrison. Vice chairman mrs. Joseph Perry Betsie Bay Secretary. Mrs. Dale Leatherman. Harbor View treasurer. Mrs. Max pay ment. Platte and reporter mrs. Henry Cehula Inland. Rejuvenated London up the daily Telegraph today quoted this advertisement for an apartment in a literary Magazine professional Flat for furnished and newly decorated grand traverse sheriff s department is seeking to find out what person or persons shinned up a Drain pipe in order to break into a House in Grant township. The department said the Sec Ond Story break in occurred at a House owned by Henry Fry Selka on Fryzelka Road last visited by the family on tues Day. Officers said it appeared the lawbreakers tried to pry open several locked windows on the ground floor of the House and unsuccessful placed a 4x4 Tim Ber against the Side of the build ing As a stepping Stone to the Drain pipe. From the pipe the climber was Able to reach and open an upstairs window. It could not immediately be determined whether anything was taken from the House the department said. Sheriff s officers also Are investigating a possible breaking and entering of mox service station at Kingsley during the past 24 hours. Apparently some one entered a restroom from an municipal court outside doorway removed a heating duct Register from the Wall of the restroom and May have reached through to the main building to take fishing tackle and boots. Officers said the Register opening was too Small for a person to crawl through but it would have been possible to reach the fishing gear placed nearby and now missing. Minister charged Detroit up a Detroit minister stood mute Friday at his arraignment in Federal court on a 17-count indictment charging him with mail and Tele phone fraud involving the num Bers Racket. Rev. James l. Lof ton. Jr., 31, a radio minister and former pastor the first metropolitan Church was freed on Bond pending trial by judge Fred w. Kaess. Patrick James Mcphall 913 ave. E. Excessive Speed for conditions Accident Fine and costs or 7 Days. J a Leo Rattray s35 j Grout failure to yield right of j Way. Audient Fine and costs or 5 Days. Hot Golden Crisp Fried Chicken French Fries bread butter. Morgan s Apple sauce 96 take out Only family Pak Fried Chicken with of Kanoh Fries by the bucket 20 full size pieces 5 to 7 persons next to Darrow Marine open 12 noon to 9 drive in pm. We 6-9724 . Our noted Cooks and their favorite recipes Ruth Voss 212 s. Division Street whose husband Gilbert is food director at Munson Hospital is a Cook in her own right. In addition to being Active in Parent teacher association Hospital Guild and a few she finds time to Cook for three Active youngsters read avidly is a Good neighbor and prepares delectable dishes for party or Home. Her recipe for Macaroni salad is a favorite with everyone. Record Eagle photo clip for Youh recipe card file party Macaroni salad 1 Green Pepper s hard boiled eggs 1 Small Jar of Pimento 1 can of tuna fish two medium onions 1 tsp. Salt 1 tsp. Pepper cups salad dressing. Add three cups of cooked Macaroni. Cut pieces. All ingredients in Small Send in your recipes As any housewife in area knows this Region i blessed with Many Good Cooks Many possessing recipes brought Over from the old country. It is Felt that these would be of interest to Many people and anyone having a favorite recipe is invited to submit it to the record Eagle addressed to the society editor mrs. Briggs Carroll. That Aid to homemakers service is sponsored by Oleson s food stores

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