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The Ptochney^pcrtch Wedaeedoy. August 10. 1949

OUR DEMOCRACY

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*» private home builder, fall

ST- MABVS HOME COM8NC

»9 down an fee iah? *

wiU hold a Home Commq on &

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-Uov WUliawTttink. „ H ^ , ^ a Home Coxato...

«w «snss r** ^, ru 1 37 ¾ *iw,r.h

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•"WW h. SLFtJ^T**! v T \ we wiU U a number oi

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loin TlT ¢ ^ ^ S f ' h U " ^th.«ondrInk"boS

on- The homing need, of Datoi- h * hoop gaaw * blanket booth.

£«•«•«• mor; ^ ° 1 Ojto", cane game, penny ton boath

dw*Wug unite. DurinaTthis VamV ^ 11 2 1 ° ^ and tingo game

»S* private 1 ^ ¾ ¾ . * • « • • 5(. 1 J?y**{jw pnvate induatry built "bur «

eraorHe aaya accordingtolata: ; 5° 1 ^ V ,on ?«- members of tr

•taUsucs 446,400 new homes • church now Uving away fro

were under construction there - i ?® re Wl11 , °««nd. Come and me

the first 6 months of 1949- Thi? your ^° ^©nds and foin.

•a 95 percent oi the productio I town8 nw

rate set in 1948 when 1038,000, NPW ^ J — ^

homes Were built.. More tha I .tV. ENGINEER NAMED

half were priced to sell at $7,50r r * ne ."ywwton County Road

or less- 40 percent of these ^I 11 ?* 10 * h «* announced the

homes coal less than $5000- Fin ?f J 5 mta ? n ' oi F ^d F. Rogers

ancina is still the major problem 8 O0 ^y Highway Engineer tr

ru- * succeed John H- Barr who has r

inJ« iS! 01 ? 0 ' f? 118 ^^ hous 8 Tb THE PONEEH.CLCAJltNo TH£

LANO.THG MOST IMPORTANT OF

ALL TOOLS WAS A 6000 AXC,

The Piackney V F W it.

Auu Aroor in a loosely playx

game here Fnaay 12 to Si i, ihe Deu,o» fxe, p,^ mki. .

nuii Axboi Loy« tjot / mis Oui .

hunger but 3 jnncxneY enors .

the &d were lesponsibie tor 4 .

their runs- Ann Arbor got a run

ihe 2nd on a hamei by Jaimk. John L S ^ s

which got by Gentiie Pincine

BUT NOT UNTIL i620rWH€to-

SAMUEL COLLINS Of CONNECTICUT

INVENTED A M6THOP OT MAKING

AMO TESTING PROPEfUY-TEMPEftCO

A^ES IN LARGE QUANTITIES,

COULD A MAN SE SUfcE OF GETTING

AN AXE OF PfcOVEO OUAUTV

ANO DEPENDABILITY,

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wed effective Sept 1st

denial

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veterans

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Mr- Rogersi comes to Livina.tc,

County rilltltU with lirtiU a background 1 l T o

contradiction of all that the no l Highway experience He is th

ion stands for- Alles denies thi; son of the former State Hiqhwcy

and says hundred oi homes at Commiseoner Prank F- Roger

available to veterans at attic and has just completed '26 yea:

lire prices- Monthly payment' as County Engineer of Hillsda

run as low as $40 a month with County-

4 and one half percent interest Mr- Rogers is a araduate of th

One requirement of the federal Michigan State College where 1

law is that cities must eliminat: received his Bachelor of Sciene

slum dwelling in an amour. degree in Civil Engineering- P

equal to the number of new hou^ ter graduation he spent som:

ing units-

years with the Michigan Sta(

A Washington official says the -Highway Dept- then entered his

federal program will call for or present position as Hillsdal?

put>1 «aa u aj

hoarH«. * «nmeis weiai.

v^ d it a scored 4 times the 3rd an hita by' vear It seen* LSJ?^.« that „ Stow ' * I

F Smger, G Ledwidae, P SinaJr OXJO wheT^f * X a vear


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Pinckney Civic Improvement A*-«•*»-•#>*>«•.•>

H 5 ft- hiqh

Frank Peters, miller unloade;

1000 bushel of wheat hera ihi>

week he bouqht in Toledo

23 Years Ago

Negotiations areunaarway

for the sale of VanWii.kle P-

peity at Reoves mill poid or He

to Redford parties- H Clinton has

already sold his po.vor rights

and S aces to them- It is p!r;r.n

dam and lay out -? - mmcr r-;

ed to iuim a lake by KM^i>a i:i;

sort with park and canity;. •

cirounds

Miss Anna Pici^

race> Marjory Kendao; Potato

race. Mildred Haines; 3 bqqc

race, Virqinic jono«, Luc! !e Ken

nedy

Dead Mans curve on the How

ell load, just north of town is be

.inq Ldja^rtcvie 1

Dr C L Siqler has been electca

pies of The newly organized Pin

ckney Bank and Thomas Read

vice pres.

Born to John White and wif?

Auq- 7 a son

Mrs Alfred Monks has return

ed r cm Mackinac Island-

Mrs ;:arah Markham, 81

died in Detroit July 29

I Edward MrCh.skey passer,

a wa y T ue s d a y m or n i n q

Georqe Burch a former resia

rnt.and a Grand Trunk railroad

conductor died at Jackson la ;

week

FOR SALE YEAR ROUND HOM1

nafa * : 5 « h n

son, Pat and wife

Women

Earl Worden of Greqory was

married to Robie Phifer of Tunnel

Hili Georqia on July 25 The

will live at Eerkley

Guy Kuhn and family of Gre

qory are. spendinq 3 weeks in

northern Michiqan

John Hanna, Detroit realtor who

bought 4000 acres of land ia

the Sylvan township? Wash}

naw county now has asked tha

board of supervisor to close the

roads leadina throuqh it- 200 pro

perty owners will oppose this-

The Manchester school has pu

chased 2 busses, a Ford an' 1

A Comody

Color by Techolcolox

.Slcunny

Betty Grctble- Cesar Rorasro

DexterTheatre

Rudy Vallao

ADDED ATTRACTION: Scenes Item 25

famous Hits in SOME OF THE 3^ST

PIOCTER. tflCHJGAN

Cartoon

Shows 7:15 9:15

Fri Sat, Aug 12.13

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Stow. 7:1$, »,>5

Coming: Any Number Can Piay

Mv Dream ie Yours, Rgd Cariyo^

"I SHOT JESSE JAMES"

Starring

PiresSon Foster, Barbara Brlrio.-i

John Ireland

Comed

y Short Subjacts.

Chevrolet. Each accomodate -;

passenqers

Lmmett Clark and family of Sun, Mon, Aug 14 IS

Howell spent last week in north

Sunday shows 3..5. 7.9

ern Michiqan

ricnk Green, star Briqhton pit

"TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL

cner, has oeen qiven a tryo.

witn Toledo

GAME"

Dr Wm Fiddler of Richmond

StarrLna

Va. is the new supt- at the Mic Gene Kelly, Esther Williams

State San succeerinq Dr Labo

Frank Sinatra

who has resiqned to set up pri\ New

^ Cc--dy

ate practise in Monroe

The Henry D Koeniq Co. o; TUM., Wod;, Thur, Aug:; 15^17,18~

Ann Arbo; who are buildinq th.

new jail will have it completed,

I in 150 days !

Miss Marjoiy Danforth of Flint!

will be married to Leo Lotskv on

Auq 27. She was born in Pinckney.

beinq a dauqhter of Claic

and Lola Moran Danforth

, Den Morrell son of Mr- . and

Mis Frank Morrell of Marion ha

enlioted in the U S Army ,

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Wodt Thurs Auc 10.11

Joan Crawiord

la

"FLAMINGO ROAD"

vim

Zachary Scott, David Erian

CarK • Novelty

Fri, Sat, Auq 12.13

Randolph Scott Ella Raines

is

"THE WALKING HILLS"

Plus

Shows 7:15, 9,15

A dele Jerg«ns, Marilyn Monro-:

"MEXICAN HAYRIDE

Starring ' "LADIES OF THE CHORUS"

Bud Abbott, Lou Costsilo

Cat toon

N«ws Cartoo»

Sun, Mon, Aug 14 15

I-"' una.iv. ...la P M Oentinu- ::i-c \ &

Telephone Pinckney 157F11 Repairing a ^ciality

Field Seeds

AltalfOt C?dver> Corn

Fertilise*

htmm Feed Supply ta.

then* m MAX RUSSELL Mgr.

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VALUES FOR 'I

S**>MowHOTroirrrs

Matched Appliances

Co* Add to Gracious

Uvln* In Your Home

!verybody't Pointing to %

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Bishop Hardware

GREGORY, MICHIGAN

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AUCTION

8 'miles East o( Pinckney onM 36 to LakelandSouth on Kress

drive 1 mile to Downinq diiv•- East to 4750 Downinq dtivR

Fl 9 !*^ 4\CS^» HZ

7:00 P- M- Eveninq Sale

S Rooms of Household Goods

WATCH ARROWS

Mary E Downing, r^P,

Duane Meyers, Auctioned •

Phone Howell 1219P

AUCTION

5 miles ECU* ot Pinckney on M OS to Lakeland- then South

314 mile on &••* drive to Middle drive East to 4714 Middle Drivo

WATCH ARROWS

Toes. Aug. 1^

1:00 P- M-

7 Rooxae, Extra Nice Furniture

Haauf Sahadl plexset ior Home and Garage

BMI E. Hiitiownter

THE PiNOCNBY DISPATCH Wednesday, August 10, IS

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Boosts Meat, Miik Qi»?put ^nd Cu*s "e^d Costs

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CHICAGO—Organic matter gives

farm soil the "get up and go" to produce

bigger yields and higher quality

crops, the Middle West Soil Improvement

Committee points out.

As organic matter rots, it releases

elements needed for feeding crops.

During the decomposition process,

favorable conditions are produced

for making available the plant nutrients

contained in soil minerals,

says a statement issued by the committee.

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But organic matter alone cannot

do the whole job of giving you birr

yields and high quality crops, the

statement adds. It needs to be reinforced

by commercial fertilixr.

Prof. Emil Truog, Univerrily of

Wisconsin agronomist, recently declared:

"To say—rs docs the organic

school—that chemical fertilizer such

as phosphate and potash should not

be used—is pure bunkum. These fertilizers

are rtreded to make up the

inevitable lack of nutritive elements

which organic matter alone cannot

supply."

Pro f . Truog sny.q that in gardens

and other small areas, you can maintain

the fertility and organic matter

supply by the use of composts' and

animal manures. But he emphasizes

that such practices are not

feasible for large farm acreages. It

is impossible, he says, to prepare

and apply the enormous amounts'of

compost that would be needed for

the average farm.

Cm such big farm acreages, a good

crop rotation will provide the needed

organic matter. This can be supplied

in the form of plowed-under

deep-rooted legumes, crop residues,

stubble, stalks and roots and barnyard

manure. Prof. Truog says all

that is necessary to make the system

work is the proper use of lime and

fertilizers containing phosphorus

and potash and sometimes nitrogen.

The- key to the organic matter and

nitrogen problem he adds, is high

lime and mineral fertility. This asmr.es

a thick, luxuriant stand of sutrlnr

rfpen-ronreri legumes snerrarg

alfalfa and the clovers

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BOY SCOOT TEAM WINS Michigan Formers Are Using More Fertilizer

Th Boy Scout team boat Grow

Lako Sat- for their 2nd victory 14

To Boost Per Acre Yields and Replenish Soil

to 4 A-Mroflca ior Pincknoy allow

OQO hit and R Singer 2. Al Mro

flea also got 3 hits and batted in

4 runs

Hackney pkrys at Manchester*

next Sat at 10:30 V < m" Transport (

ation is needed

PINCKNEY SCOUTS ABRH

Darrow, ss

3 3 0

I- Mroflca lb

3 2 2

Lavey< 2b

2 l l

A. Mrofka, p, ct

5 1 3

& Barrett 3b

3 0 1

D. Meabon, If N 4 1 1

C Barrett* if

2

.^SotaaaWib&fc/

2 0

Singor, d p

5 3 3

Can. c

2 1 0

GRASS LAKE ABRH

A DeBilsan, ss

4 0

r>- n*y.^> ,-«*>•.£&•.

Studley, 2b

4 0

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Anderson' c, d

3 1

Saaa^aa^aia«aaaaaflC^W**'SWBBa^'*'^^^**^^"^WB^***^"**^

Myers, 3b

1 1 o

Cooper, rf

1 0

Brown, p, If

3 0

G- IfcBiisen, d

1 0

A Hill c

I 0

W- Hill, p. 3b

1 0

Hamil, lb

2 1

Organic Matter and ,

Fertiliser Are Top

Crop Building Team

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Money Invested jn Fertilizer Pays Out In More Efficient Crop Production.

CHICAGO--Michigan farmers are! practices that will accomplish this;

using more fertilizer in growing j 2—Realization by farmers that plant

their crops, according to the Middle) food reserves in the soil are declin-

West Soil Improvement Committee ing; 3—Heavier demands for plant

Figures made available by the Na­ food by new high-yielding crop vational

Fertilizer Association show rieties; 4—Recognition that pastUTt

that approximately 417,401 tons of is a cash crop and should be fertil­

plant food were used on farms in the ized, f

state last year, compared with Agricultural economists point out

393,274 tons in the preceding vear. that fertilizer is a "good buy" at

This was an Increase of 24,127 tons present prices, according to the eonv

or about 6 per cent over Michigan's mittee. These research men say that

1947 consumption. It v resented a money invested in fertilizer will pay

151 per cent increase over the pre­ d&t in a short time. It will get more

war year of 1940.

efficient crop production — more

' The 1948 fertilizer consumption for bushels or pounds of crops per acre

the entire United States topped the at little or no additional labor cost.

revious record year of 1947 by about Fertilizer is most effective when it

J per cent or 15,956,289 tons as against is teamed with a rotation that protects

the soil and builds its physical

structure and tilth. Well-structured

soil is a better Ftorphouse for plant

nutrients and moisture. ^Such soil

produces higher .crop yields it a low-

BUSHEL-BOOSTING BARLEY—

New stiff-strewed grain like this experimental

barley variety (right) ess

take heavier antetfateof plant foedf

without lodging- Its "ramrod" stiff

straw will support all the weight of

heavy, fully-developed, bushel-build

ing heads. Straw of variety at left if

tee weak to hold up heads of wellfertilised

barley crop. Straw broke

dew* sad barley lodged, resulting in

maehlewer erop yield. Clinton, Bentest

sad Eaton oats are new varieties

that "take" heavier amounts of plant

feed sad yield mere bushels per acre.

Good nutrition u essential in get- I

ting thick stands of legumes with

strong root systems. Many soils {

need lime to grow good legume '

crops. A soil test wAl tell the land's I

need for lime. Remember, too, that

teguims are heavy eaters of phos

abate and potash. To give them a

Stat dinner bucket, you need to add

fertilizers carrying plenty of these

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Bigger Dairy rtooat

good hay and pasture are the key

dairy production costs and

proftte, ope Middle West

i*"fha cheapest aourc*

•sip eawsppsjs* sWa^*SjPaat«§a) JpSasav'

hay ista* at high nrodur

" ipanas ea ttsaaof? w).

use oi noised Iartiiii-

15,039,376 tons.

The steadily increasing use of fertilizer

in the past 10 years is attributed

to these factors: 1—The desire

of farmers to boost crop yields per

acre and their readiness to applv

r A flea forTke Hungry "

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Ftfdf Hradqczrters for ftrd Traxton

««' Dear' rrt f«m» ttancf\

Moxt rails ;:' throu^li whilti

vmi hold thV-i Vc;nBiaircum and wii,na'no',

and wiie and Ma;

b:.:rey attended the Wiiiov, I 5

air -how Sunday

I v Sat after spendinq ^ i

.-:;jk.s (ft the R J Carr home

1/:1-,- Aha Ewinu and Fied OI

con oi Dearborn vve-e Sund

que.'>tii at the joe Grii'fith home

Sunday quests at the W H M^

f f:r home were Wm Lamb u ^

• iarnih/__of Ann Arbor and Jac' |2.

I^EuTTerZ.aiKb±imy^ of GrRqor^=

I s.

Mr. and Mrs-Mark Nash attend! -z

ed the funeral of an uncle h:

Bellovue last week *

Mr- and Mrs. Ernest Shield;

and Mr and Mrs Delbert Shield-,

ot Detroit snent Sun at the Louk

Coyie home _

The Mark Nash family at'eir | 1

ed the Smith family reunion r

Potter Park, Lansmq Sunday

! Claie Hendee of the for:s

' division, Denver, Colo is visiting

i his mother- Mis- Rose Hendee

Jack. Peyton and family r

' Ghubbs Corners wore Sunda:

' tfuests of Mrs- Dolly Bauqhn atr'

' husband, Bill

Noil Bauqhn Li- S N- is iiorn

; sftr^ ^- ifj-7 ttttsj; 'Siqaxcraj^ moxf

Ivlrs Alta Meyer enteilained ih

Past Malrons or Puickney Una,,

No- 14o a: her hox'nc inu.b-i.^.

Dorothy v/h'son, Vviiiiirtu A^...-..

een and Lola ^.oodell WVLC CO

hostesses 19 were pie^e-h

Mesdames Alta Meyer and

iThressa Coyle are takinq a

teacheis extension course in

Howell

nee, Ind. and Mr- Leinbach frorrU Rev- Morqan Harris of Detro

Morth l - LimaJOhio ,_ were quests -,-,_ - aTspent last week at the Hau.

* • ' * "— 'farm south oi town,.

the Maurice Leinbach nomo Sur.

Mr- and Mrs Ben White call.

^Clifford Milier and ^ % on ^ iVirs. Mrs Joeie romer Forner ai at M. St- JO Jo;

tha He^ry and Donna^^/c^i.j^^ j ^ Arb Y T

thout are spendinq the weeJf -^^7^^7:^

Douqlas Lake * ' ^¾^ and Mxs.jacob Shetlex chd

t^ \ «n..,' j i* • P,

Ernest White and. wife, Pc

dauqhter fom Uplana. Calil- ren

dered sevflral n F umfcers irT SOnc n

White an A wifo'.Frank White at

family ri Kowell calbd at { H-

White liome last week

Mrs- . Fred Read and . Mn' :

were in Jackson Tues to held o :

the 8oth birthderv of her fath.-

Frank Peters

at the evening service of the

-Ga4vafy. church on Sun eve-Thev j

were guests of the Paui:Ch'""o3

home near Dexter

Rex Sacloett and son of Detroit

called at the Dispatch office Sat

Look lor this Seal. It is your g'J.i.

fast, modern, automatic gas cook?;» >vU cook three nasals a day? That's w:

over 1,000 meals a year! No wonder you

owe yourself every time and work savinc;

idea that's built into the beautiful new Phiigas-HarJ.vick

CP-Model. Roomy divided top

. . . large oven . , . stainless steel burner

grafef . . . oven door window •. . oven light.

Your Philgas dealer features a full lint of

Philgas ranges — built to suit a wide span

of cooking needs — priced to fit your household

budget.

Heckej Swarthuut

iS4 EAS1 MAO) ST. ~ "

iMMMP

Alive

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FARM ANIMALS COLLECTED PROMPTLY

HORSES $2.50 COWS $2.50

HOGS 50c pet cwt.

WF BUY HIDES AND CALF SKINS

Phone 88 Plnckney

-€mt »i Uead StocK CO

St- Mory s

HOME COMING

PINCKNEY, MICHIGAN

From 12:03 P-M- to 8;00 P. M-

SPECIAL PRIZES TO BE AWARDED

1 GJP- 'Television Sei

2 Rogers Silverware Sat

> A Bicycle

i An Ebctric Broiler

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

Del NO .ig PLATE LUtfCH CONCESSIONS '

other refreshments will be serve Fancy Booth

Blanket Booth

Bingo

Fish Pond etc

Come Early And Enjoy The Afternoon With Your Relatives

And Friends FUN FOR ALL ••

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From where I sit... Jy Joe Marsh

Asked Specs Altai to go huntinjr

t week. Kno** him nil my life,

*••> I w^s't surprised when he

y'owftP^p with no jjun. Spws

doesn't like to kill anythinp.

Couldn't ask for abcUcr hunti?\r

companion, though. We tramp

.round the woods, and whenever

tb.-* dojfB flush a bird, I blaze away

while Speca juat watches.

Told him'once I was surprised he

went al «... feeling the way he

does a!,out shooting anything.

"Yr'ell, Joe," he says, **you do what

yoa think is rirht and I'll stick

Specs And 1 See

Eye To Eye

to what I think is rijrht. I've no call

to dislike you for not seeing every-•

thing the way I see it."

From where I sit, open-nimdrslness^

is a wonderful quality. Thero

arc plenty of things Specs admire*

that I don't care for. Like*his

fondness for buttermilk. I'd rather

have a glass of beer anytime . . .

but Specs Allen and I don't lot

little differences get in the way cf

something big like friendship.

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SLASH FUEL COSTS S 25%

with the new

DUO-THERM

SHERATON

r Fuel Oil Heater

j". with

* POWER-AIR

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New yoy. can have the beauty

{ fine traditional turniturc in

an upright heater. Fluted columns

. . . recessed panels . ..

lustrous wood-grain effect, mahogany

finish.

You've never seen anything like

this new Duo-Therm! Yet for

ill its graceful beauty and distinction—its

working heart is

ill Duo-Therm. That means—

1. Up to 25% savings on oil

with Power-Air! By actual

tests in a cold northern climate

Duo-Therm's exclusive

Power-Air Blower saves as

much as one gallon of oil in

every 4 . . . keeps the heat

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moving chu> .y, hout •\

turning a dial.

Come in—see how little it coseto

own a fuel-thrifty Duo-

Therm. See the lovely new

Sheraton. See other Duo-Therm

heaters for every need, every

pocketbook. Easy Terms, too.

[LAVEY HARDWARE

August Sale

on Boats

A 21 Row Boot rand

Motor Boats is % OSS

We are authorized dealers for Martin and Chris Craft Motors

We also do Outboard Motor Br» pair work

Outboard Motors, Utility Trailers Cement Mixers for Rent by Hour

Day or Week

WilSOfla

6121 W Grand River Lake Chemung Brighton Phone Howell 354W4

Meats

Fruit

QUALITY

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Fish

August

Water Sjrt«ins etc.

Stanley Dinkel

MALE HELP WANTED: FARM I EstobLshed 1865

Incorporated

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Two!

salesman will be hired by major

feed company ior permanent.ru

hill time work in this County.

Home nights. No stock or credit

to carry. Better ..than average

sailings. Thorough training on

job. Must have dependable. car-

Age 25 to oQ. Only sober, ser

ious minded, reliable men will

be considered- For confidential

appointment reply to:

.... THE PINCKNE/ DISATCH .,..

Phone Pinckney 8

FOR SALE: Champion 2 12 oul

board motor- First class runninq

condition-

1160 Sarah St- Bauqhn's Bluff

Portage Lakor Copied c. Your Convenience Blocks Laid, Piece or Centred

Ov*- °^ Years of Safe Banking All Work Confidential 7S28 Toma Rd. Ptacknef Rte. -

?4? Mcdn,Pinckney, Phone 50FD j Phone Dexter 3 111

Watt Ad »

FOR SALE: Oil Convertinq Heat

inq unit- One 220 qal oil drum,

One 50 qal oil drum- 30 ft. cooper

tubinq, valves and httinqs- ua

FOR SALE: 4 Cu- Ft. Kelvinator ed 2 yean* also 175 qal fuel oil

Carl Bidwell 725 E- Main L

Electric Refriqerator . -, . L_ -,1.-,0

Geo- Naylor Little Half Moon Lk ' Phone Brighton 71472

ONLY ONE POUND

off Whitewood Rd- 10480 Lk. Rd

OF COAL cUtx inJ-Ni: A moa^rn \i room

'api' with Jjaih room, pnvaie e.i

but 212,000 pounds of coal gen trance and heat and nqnts iai

nished

erate all the electric power need, Mrs. ihomas Murphy 211 E-Mc-i

, , ., , .^ 4, . r;^ FOR SALE: f937 WymoutaT Ttdor

ed daily by a city the size oi 1937 ^ ^ iua0i

- . , , , , -,nnn 1 .- ' I 1929 Caaillac.;/20 1U hly bxcei.

Richmond, Ind. 35,000 population ant Tir $iua00

?TTT L Y A ^ D i,? L } A R 4 ^ l^u Mower hoad

BUT many-xiolllKrs deposited)

regularly at this bank, can, help FOR Si___ii: Electromaster electric

WANTED: TO RENT DA1R*

FARM 140 acres or more on

share basis- Francis Monkress

6295 Allen Rd. Fowlerville Rte 1-

FOR SALE; 1 Jersey cow. 8 yrsold

was fresh June 22/49- $125

1 Pig, 8 mos- old- $3500- A 19J.

Chevrolet car has 4 new tiret;

new battery, $7500

Must Sellon account of Sickness

Mike Harnack Sr-

you build security, and have the range in perfect condition, 4 burn I FOR SALE: One third H- P. Motor

other good things you want ers and oven. $37.50 ' 1 Pump Jacki 1 Grindstone,

Philip D. Sprout Phone 19F11 1 Water Tank.1 Water hand pump

438 M-3b W., Pinckney .i Also my 80 acre fcxrm.

f 1R5T NATIONAL BANK

ttOW_ii_i_ m

Member Federal Deposit -jasiu

y, M ~ . : Wliiium Cooper, Pinckney

Oail George for your iresn veg :_. _.. . - r —

etaJDJies ana vegetabies plants. ' FOR SALE: Basement house.well

Frosn asparaquii and green I in basement and one acre of

ance Cor>. AD deposits -p

asparagux)

^ onions, also other vegetabies clay loam soil, front lot graded

, j George D. Charbonneau and seeded, 2 blocks south of

^JWAO Fcrrley-Rc^"=P-ioiir^Hr-T^

nilroad track in Hambur.-, Vill-

age. $1700- Write Clyde Darrbw,

FOR SALE: 4 Hives of BEES •WANTED:....POULTRY. Will pay Miliord Michigan

Fred Fish. 8640 Jr'arley hoad Detroit market prices

FOR SALE: Small Electric Refrig­

C. H. Lbyd Phone 62F13

FOR RENT:....A house on Patter'

erator in good condition- Also an

son Lake Road .__ IOR SALE; Hattie Swarthcut

ice box suitable ior a cottage.

Erdley VanSickle 'home. 7 rooms and bath, garage.

Phone Pinckney 47FU

» stable.s all in good condition. FOR SALE: Ne^lf fc"Boat and

WANTED: To buy Standinq Large grounds, beautiful trees- ^inrude motor sportmen s mode.

Alfalfa Hay and will buy Oats.} $5,500.00 TERMS A....1 condition. Will sell for $135

Three Bros. Farm Phone 7F5 H. G. Swcathout, 17910 Telegraph Merwin Campbell ,SwarthouA's

WANTEE>:Custom BaHing. Case Rd g#j Romulus. Michigan. Call Cove, Portage Lake

wire tie by the bail. Ton share, Wyandotte 7156 Rll

Bechler and Clubb Phone 65Po

PAINTING AND DECORATING

CARPENTER — CONTRACTOR PAPER HANGING A

FOR SALE; HEGLSON ESTATE ALTERATIONS — ADDITIONS

SPECIALITY

1 Acre, 2 room House, new small ROFFXNG — SIDING

X. & PILGRIM

Barn 2 Acres, 3 Room House KITCHEN CABINETS

and Kitchen Also 40 Acre

PHONE PINCKNEY 47F2

PORCH ENCLOSURES - •-

Strip, and 20 Acre Strip

JOHN R. BO.NS AUTO G LAS S

Phone 27003 Ann Arbor Rte* 1, Pinckney

Peter Grofsorean. Cedar Lk. Rd

ITT US REPLACE THAT BUOIL.

SAND~*GRAVEL, FILL DIRT and EN GLASS IN YOUR CAR

FOR SAI-E-Outbc^ird-Champicni STONE DELIVERED _ JIBES AUTOPARTS

2 one half H- P-, perfect running

—CALL—

214 Boat Grand River. Bowefl

condition $3000. 1160 Sarah St KEVIN LEDWIDGE

Phone 151

Baughn Bluff. Portage Lake PHONE PINCKNEY NO. 5

FOR SALE 9x9 VeWet Rug $10-

Mrs. Ora Haines

TOR RENT Three RcomTApt

408 UnadiUa St Inquire

Wm McMacken Phone 153r

FOR SALE: Oak Dresser with

Mirror- Oak Stand

Mrs- H- E-Munsell, Gregory, Mich *

ABOOT ATHLETE'S FOOT

2127 WOiilHBH

CANT BE WBOPCI

Hero's what Stool of

stag, •¥*. VCL« woyMi 1I-0 nil at

T--4 L has been very plmlng.

One cttHoaMC cold ft it (he Sal

thing in cnt ywam tttat

I

not conipeeMy pMasea* i<

j r40c bade at any drag

The Edsel Meyer family of Yp

silanti spent Sun at the Walter

Clark home —

Miss Kathryn Gteason spent^the

wk- end wim heT parents at Mio*

Clyde Fisher and wife wero in

Penry Sunday

Mr* Wa Reason ewfeertained

her bridge club last Thur*

Otto Harlgle and wife of Shaw

•e, Ohio are sp«idmg a week

here in the Ficn-fc Grimes house

Mi* Walter Clark and M»H

Rittepsr- were in Ann Arbor

Jay Stirey has moved from

the Murphy apartments to the I

BeR home octet of town

sr- and wil

jr. and family and Marshall Mec

bon and wife attended the Mer

boa roankm Sunday at Bocherf

M^s. Albert Shirley entertaine

Sat- night in honor of her hus

bands birthday Those presfsnt

were: the Doyle Templeton form

ily oi Keego Harbor, Hollis Holl

awway and wife and Gale Shuley

and wife of Buck Lake

Mr and Mr* C- J- Clinton took

in the air show at Willow Run

Sunday

Mr and Mrs- C F Hewlen

Charlfcs and Mary lane Kirske-

«H|eii^ed the 2nd lnAsn-crtioaal

Air Show at Willow Run San.

Mrs Marjory Shehan and Pam

ela of Ypeaanti spent Thar* wi

Mrs- Nettle Vaughn- Mr* Normr

MKiin of Webeeer ocdM Wed

Mr- and Mr* L PMiAir and

d-fldsMi of Ann Arbor caflod r

the Bob«t Taecb. famdv Sm_aV

Mr- and Mr* kmmjtaar* —'

Larry Tract of Dearborn

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