01-05-1938 - Village of Pinckney

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01-05-1938 - Village of Pinckney

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.,-Vv* cu end viii- her \ arcnts, Mr.

and .'S. R. J. Can

fieri in Lavey and P. \V. Curie LI

v. and Mrs. YV. C. Miller called made a business trip to Detroit last

• Mid. Jack Ka\::: "JU !i r." 1; :wcU oh t-r. and Mrs Ccorsre Pearson at Wednesday.

was a S.ttnrda" -nhev -t the home of F^^'ell Sunday

P.alph Carr of Detroit spent New

Mr. and'Mrs, 3J. F* Dsr.ow. ,- r.ny Campbell of Detroit was the Yiaars with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and MJ*S. MJ.S. M. E. I)*vrow i)»vrcVt- viritcd "f'^mluy dinner guest ot Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carr.

Rev. and Mrs. W. IT. S"anions at O. I; Campbell.

Mrs. Lucilc Kirkland of Detroit

Brighton lrst Wednosday.

••••dlYord Vanllorn and wife were spent the v.'.3ek end with her mother,

Mrs. Will Surdnm of Jac!-:K6n r-j'ji-tlny quests cf Mr, and Mrs. Qao. Mrs. W. E. Kirkland.

Visited Mr. and Mis. M. J. n>ason the'' ^avher near Ann Arbor,

first OJ. the week.

Muss Willa i.ie^r rct^mr'd to Detroit

Sundry rfter s^ridhir; the holidays

"witb^pr parents here

and Plncknay team.

Th;2 various reports in circulation

around here about Col. Met Chalker,

now spending the winter at his estate

at Lockhart, Florida, seem to be unfoundad.

Henry Collins informs us

that he received a letter from his

estteemed cousin, Col Chalker, about

Mrs - c - H - Zufl ^ daugh "

Mrs. Joseph Pite and son, Robert ter, Margaret, and Mr. and Mrs. P,

• entertained about 30 relatives at a H. Swarthout attended the funeral

New Years dinner. The gvfests were of Fov. Sutherland at Leslie last

Me. and-Mrs. Walter Schlonser and .Friday..

wife, M-.tnd Mrs. Nelson Pike and *' Mrs, Russell Bokrus, daughter,

Jeraw of Indians. Gecr^ Pike and Irene, and son,' Ermsst, visited Mr.

dffidren Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ..Jfeiide-? and l^rs. Andrew Torok in Northville _w > ___,

sjasl daughters, Clifford Pike and Kfr. Saturday-. Junior Torok returoing; Christmas time informing him that

s*4 Mr. Koostvelt Pike and'aaby 4 hoa4 with tfcem titer «t*n4mg ttojhi was wel} and ha«>7 and had told'

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Mlas Ariene Thorpte was home from

Howell the week end/

Lucius Doyle and Don Hammer

were in Detroit Tuesday.

Emmett Roche and Lou Wilsoa

of Lansing calod upon Mrs. James

Roche Monday. j

Paul Miller and family of Howe

were New Year g'uesU of Mr. and

Mrs. Walter Clark.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Stackable and

children of Howell spent Sunday at

tUi Tiplady home.

Myron Dunning and wife of D2troit

spent the week end with Mr. and

Mrs. N. .0. Frye.

Mrs. W. T. D lloway entertained

her Fivte Hundred Club at a one o'

clock luncheon Wednesday.

Fred Campbell and wife of Ann

Arbor were New Years day guests of

Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Campbell.

Rov. Morgan Karris and Glenn

Esper of Dearborn weij» Sunday callers

at the Claude Soper home.

Miss Birnadine Lynch of Kalamazoo

spent the week end with Mr. and

Mrs. C. H. Kennedy and family.

Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Hendee are

receiving congratulations on the birth

of an 8 and three-fourth lb son on

January 1.

Mr. and Mrs. C W Hooker and

son, Cecil 6f Ann Arbor spent the

wrijk end with Mr and Mrs. Roy Dillingham.

Mr. and Mrs. Ford Lamb had as

New Year quests, 13. C. Wilkinson

and family of Perry, Walter Show of

L'nden, Rue Lamb and wife.

Mh. and Mrs. R. Chandler and son

Matt, and Miss Lucy Jeffries of Kahmazoo

spent Sunday with Mr. and

Mrs-. Claude Kennedy and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Steptoe and

children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stiaptoe

and Miss Elizabeth Steptoe of Dex*

tor spent New Years with Mrs. Tom

Shehan.

Sunday callers Pt the home of Mr.

and Mrs. N. 0. Frye, were Messrs

Matt Brady r>nd sons, Joe and Ed.,

Fr:d Tee-pie pnd son, Lloyd.of Howell

and Mr. Capper of Detroit.

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deficiency in one or more of thea.» constituents may result in Xttatjjjh

ed jpro\'.".h us well a.5 subnormal health and vigor. :,.

KO'iL: Heaiih auLhyr.Je" hav^ repeatedly pointed out that the JM&

Ci'Hge person i.ied.s more vitamins A and D than is supplied in th*S)SV

dh.~iy a.i;-.-.. i auiH-rnuue ah the above chart indicates -itSSlln D is

not found in abundance in Uie foods we regularly ingest. Its prinetr

pal bouuv us noi ioocib at all but depends upon the chemical act*

ion of uitia-violut ray* oi sunlight upon certain Catty tissues

in tti? body. There is therefore a real need for supplementing' tfee

average diet with pie;.;i, tuiun hnown to be rich in vitamins A. tad

D iUfli ;i.- cod-liver u;i, hair, or Oii< hahbut-liver-oll)

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llt^nt blindness.

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