FOR THE last half of the week another free watch will be given away during one of the following performances: Film: “Cubby’s Wife”; Mrs. Lew Woods: Ventriloquist; Film: "Music Hath Its Charms”; Ed. B. and Rolla White in a comedy sketch “Hoy, Hoy”; and the film “Happiest Day of Her Life.”
TRAVERSE CITY — Kris and Randy Wendland, of Traverse City, announce the marriage of their son, Nicholas Wendland to Gabrielle Brockett, daughter of Rachel and Ted Moore of Helena, Montana and the late, Mark Perkins. Gabrielle and Nicholas were married on July 24, 2019 at White Raven in Alber…
THE ANNUAL Lodge of Sorrows of the Traverse City Elks Lodge No. 323 B.P.O.E. was held at Steinberg’s Grand Opera House. The Speaker was Honorable Horatio S. Earle, State Highway Commissioner, who is a member of the Detroit Lodge. A solemn and impressive ritual of the lodge was held followed by a musical program.
The following students made the fall 2019 dean’s list at Alpena Community College: Keanan Anderson and Juan Gonzales, of Kingsley; and Jayson Boone, Garrett Prescott and Wilson Unke, of Traverse City.
IN ORDER to escape a stream of water that was coming his way, Pete Richard started to run last night at the Greilick fire with the bad result that he fell into the Bay. Luckily the water was only 18 inches deep, but he wondered if it would have been better to face the fire hose. John Nelson, who started the trouble, had been holding onto the fire hose when it became clogged sending water to only a trickle. Suddenly the suction pipe became unclogged and shot full water pressure about six feet into the crowd there. People scattered and another young man rested on a pile, which turned out to be a shadow, and also landed in the drink. He escaped before his name could be secured.
WITH THE PROSPECTS of a long, cold winter before him and his finances at a low ebb, plus a wife and four small children dependent on him, Bert Ayres tried to end it all by swallowing a liberal dose of Paris green last night. A physician was called and every means available was employed to counteract the effects of the poison and the 35 year old seemed to be responding this morning.
The Traverse City Central High School Debate Team recently competed in the Michigan Interscholastic Forensics Association State Finals for Policy and Public Forum Debate. Students Henry Huschke, Shane Taylor, Regan O’Connor, Erin O’Donnell, Ethan Schweitzer and Luke Appleford participated. Huschke and Taylor took third in the state for Varsity Policy Debate. Huschke finished third in individual speaking. O’Donnell and O’Connor placed fifth in Public Forum Debate. Individual speaking awards went to O’Connor, eighth place; O’Donnell, 11th place; and Schweitzer, 27th place.
ANOTHER PRICE astonishment at Spring-Holzarth Co. at E. Wilhelm’s Old Stand, corner of Front and Union Streets. Ladies and Mens $5 bath and slumber robes for only $2.98. Childrens 5 robes for only $1.98. We have sizes and patterns for everyone.
The following Western Michigan University students were recently inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society: Erin Emery, of Bellaire; Courtney Adams, of Kingsley; Madison Poindexter, of Traverse City; and Kymberly Narayana, of Gaylord.
THE SECRETARY of State’s Office Department announces that the new licenses for automobiles for 1910 are being taken at the rate of 50 to 100 per day. Over 1,000 have been issued so far. They sell for $3 and nearly half of that amount goes to the State, clear of all expenses.
THERE WERE about 75 business men present at Needham’s Business College last night to hear Attorney George H. Cross speak upon “Contracts”, and the address gave much enlightenment upon the subject. He explained which parties are incompetent to make contracts such as the insane, drunkards, mentally incompetent, and infants. He also explained the position married women have in regards to contracts and what they can and can not do. Next Tuesday’s speaker will address “Partnerships”.
The Traverse City Central High School debate team recently competed against more than 40 teams during the state competition. The teams of Henry Huschke and Shane Taylor, and Regan O’Connor and Erin O’Donnell placed in the top halves of their brackets. Huschke took home a fifth-place individual speaking award in the policy division, and O’Connor placed 19th out of 84 speakers in public forum debate.
EVERYBODY APPRECIATES a finished photograph of themselves, and their friends. They make the finest kind of Christmas present. Come now for sittings and avoid the Holiday rush at Smith and Price.
THE KEENEST disappointment was felt today over the failure of Count Zeppelin’s dirigible to arrive in Berlin. Zeppelin made repairs in Nuremburg and will probably arrive in Berlin tomorrow for the celebration.
TRAVERSE CITY — St. Joseph Catholic Church and the Traverse City Golf and Country Club were the settings for the Aug. 31, 2019 wedding of Diana Matuszak and Tyler Hansen. Diana is the daughter of James and Cathy Matuszak, of Traverse City. Tyler is the son of Scott and Lisa Hansen, also of T…
KINGSLEY — Gary and Christine (Deo) Reamer were married at St. Mary’s of Hannah on Nov. 29, 1969. They are both lifelong residents of the Kingsley area. The couple celebrated their anniversary this summer at an open house thrown by their children.
CUTTING THROUGH the big intake pipe at the water works without shutting down the pump that supplies the entire city with water, was a remarkable feat accomplished at the water works yesterday. Had the water been shut off, serious consequences would have ensued as it would have been impossible to turn it back on until the work was completed, and at the time there were four fires. A special machine secured by the A.P. Smith Manufacturing Company of Newark, New Jersey enabled this process to take place.
This Week's Circulars
MESICK [mdash] May Elizabeth Schermerhorn, 98, of Mesick, died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020 at Glen Eagle in Traverse City. She was born May 10, 1921, in Wallin the daughter of John and Ethel (Francisco) Webber. May was a member of the Grant United Methodist Church as well as the American Legion …
92, of Frankfort, passed away Jan. 10, 2020 at Munson Medical Center. A memorial service is planned at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 13, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Frankfort. Arrangements are provided by Jowett Family Funeral Home.
100, of Traverse City, passed away Jan. 21, 2020. A full obituary will be in a later edition of the Record-Eagle. Margaret and her family are being cared for by the Reynolds Jonkhoff Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
INTERLOCHEN — James Wesley Waulkazoo, of Interlochen, died Jan. 14, 2020. He was born to Sylvia Jean Waukazoo at James Decker Hospital in Traverse City. In 1953 he was moved to the Elliot's home in Buckley with his two sisters. He attended the Buckley schools, played on the high school baske…
PITTSBURGH — Jennifer Eileen Olsen, 33, passed away Dec. 8, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jehni was born in Traverse City on May 13, 1986. She was a graduate of Traverse City West Senior High School and the Great Lakes Culinary Institute. Jehni had a real passion for her chosen professio…
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