Seventy years ago on Sept. 2, 1950, Dr. Charles and Dolores (Janusch) Kelly were married in St. Mary’s of Redford Catholic Church in Detroit. They met eachother at Rex Terrace on Elk Lake.
Jennifer Mesko, of Charlotte, North Carolina and Mario Reid, of Lancaster, South Carolina were married on May 16, 2020 in an intimate outdoor ceremony in Charlotte, South Carolina. The couple will reside in Charlotte.
Phil and Pat Christos are celebrating 60 years of marriage! Their life together began on Aug. 6, 1960 when they took their wedding vows at Our Lady of Refuge Parish in Orchard Lake, Michigan.
Don and Nancy Weiselberg were married on June 18, 1955, in Traverse City, at Wesleyan Methodist Church, now Bayview Wesleyan Church, where they have attended for 65 years, by the Rev. William J. Lamb.
DEPUTY GAME Warden Homer Snyder obeyed the hunch, and yesterday lined up 17 Elk Rapids fishermen, who were out along the trout streams. Not one undersized fish was found in the Elk Rapids’ baskets, but a fisherman not from that town, was found with small fish. He promised to come to the city on No. 6, Pere Marquette, but did not appear. Deputy Smith will look for him on the 5:30 train and if he does not come, will go after him.
MOSES RINGLER made a business trip to Acme and vicinity last week. He was detained on the way by one of his valuable drivers being very sick, but the horse recovered all right and has shown no return of the malady.
THE OLD L. S. Hoxie homestead, comprising about 65 acres of valuable land in Acme township, has been sold to C. H. Smallwood, of Chicago, and it is believed Mr. Smallwood intends making a summer home of the place. The homestead, about three years ago, came into the possession of Mrs. D. H. Estes, Mrs. C. M. Moore, Mrs. P. L. Fish and Mrs. Al. L. Haviland. The house is situated near the center of the village and there is a considerable shore frontage.
The following continues the list of students who graduated from Ferris State University in December 2019: Nataliya Silkovska, of Interlochen; Katia Skarupinski, of Cedar; Katie Staudacher, of Lake Leelanau; Jonathon Wheelock, of Traverse City; and Nicole Wildman, of Traverse City.
TRAVERSE CITY — John Riegler and Barbara Griswold were both born in Muskegon and attended a one-room elementary school together. They dated through high school and graduated from Whitehall High. They were married in the Whitehall Congregational Church in 1950 with Rev. Boadway officiating.
TRAVERSE CITY — Zachary and Kayla VanMaanen would like to announce the birth of their baby boy, Emerson Samuel VanMaanen, born March 11, 2020 at 8:02 p.m., weight of 7 lbs., 13.2 oz., 19 ½ inches.
TEAM FAILED to connect with the River Bank. A farmer’s team ran away this forenoon and smashed part of the wagon against a telephone pole back of the Wilhelm block. The team ran east on West Front street until it passed Petander’s bicycle shop, when it made a sudden turn and ran south toward…
WITH THE promise of a baseball league being formed in our area, Hannah & Lay Mercantile Co. carries a full line of Victor and Reach Baseballs for 5 cents to $1.25. Louisville Sluggers and Professional baseballs bats are being sold for ten cents to $1.25. Catcher masks are priced at $1.25 up to $4.50, and mitts and gloves from 25 cents to $5.00. Hurry and get the Spaulding’s Baseball Rule book for only 10 cents!
ALLEGING THAT William L. Gregory, a saloon keeper from Fife Lake, sold intoxicating liquor to her husband, knowing that he was a drunkard, caused Saxton, a short time later, to be killed by a train. He tried to board it and slipped under the wheels. Mrs. Saxton is asking for $5,000 in damages.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) North recently obtained a $49,812 grant from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. The long-term care provider plans to use the award to offer telehealth services for older participants during and after the COVID-19 pande…
ABOUT A month ago, one J.M. VanNostrandt, a life insurance agent, jumped a board bill of $8 at the Hotel Eagle in Honor. Yesterday he appeared before Justice John Hardy and was fined $25 and costs or 30 days in jail. He took the days.
- Namesake of Don's Drive-In dies
- More Traverse City sites tapped as possible COVID-19 public exposure sites
- Northern Lower Michigan sees 8% jump in COVID-19 cases in last week
- Bear spotted in Meijer parking lot; Michigan DNR seeks to trap, relocate bruin
- More COVID-19 exposure sites announced across northwest Lower Michigan
- Third COVID-19 death within a week announced in Grand Traverse County
- Implicit bias, white privilege on the agenda at Leelanau training
- Closing the Top Drawer: Consignment store to end ‘wonderful run’
- Cause of death 'not obvious' after man found in field
- Grand Traverse County reports two COVID-19 deaths this week