The South Lyon Herald
iiti~.ii-WhitiiioreLake News—Thurs., May 7,
Band Concert Friday
I?ea tu res All Musicians
XENIA MAE MOORE
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Mrs. Xenia Mae Moore, 630
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1718 192021 gg
Hagadorn street, died May 2,
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after an illness of two years.
Mrs. Moore was confined to St.
Joseph Mercy hospital in Ann Senior Class of South Lyon
Salem Walker Cemeter’ as-I
Arbor fur a period of six weeks High school and area chap- s~iation annual nieet~g is
prior to her death. She was 72. erones left Wednesday after.: Monday. May II at 7:3fl p.m.
The public has been invit- Director Frank Kochalko a the sixth grade beginners ciBorn to John and Belie Har- noon for a five day trip to in the t-hurt’Ii itt Angle and Ic- i’d. admission tree, to attend
program In four parts, featur- semble will play, followed
boldt, July 9, 1891 in New Car- New York and the World’s] wer roads.
the annual ‘l’urade of Bands”
log high school, junior high by the Junior high peep.
nerstown. Ohio, she married Far.
in the hIgh school gymnasium
and elementary bands., wIll ‘The combined cadet and sym.
Walter R. Moore in that city
Wi’dni’sday, May 13. at 7:30 be presented.
phonic high school bands elU
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The high school symphon- provide the closing perfarOctober 27, 1908. He survives
Past Noble Grands will meet will eiitlvene Tuesday, Mus -12:
Ic band will lead oil. Then malice.
LI ider I hi’ baton of Band
A resident of South Lyon for Thursday evening, May 7 at at lie luwrlshkp hail at 8 pin.
12 years, she came here from the home of Mrs. Blanche Tub-I
Canton, Ohio. Mrs. Moore was bs and Mrs. Iris Kessler in
a member of the Simpson Meth- New Hudson for a business and I Ynul Ii Guidance (:l,lnnlLI tb-,’ ii ri .
odist church and the Ohio chap• . •
‘at the tHy li:I1l’at 8 p.m..
ter of the Daughters of Amerisocial
meeeing.P-TA will install will meet Wednesday, May 131
FOR MOTHER’S DAY - . - SUNDAY, MAY lath
include: her hus- the newly elected officers at
band and four daughters, Mrs. its May 7 meeting at the gym- Third Grade’s Of tile Whit’
more Lake area schools will I
Jennie Gallagher of Waynes- nasiuni at 8 p.m.
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I leave Wednesday. May
Ia fur a I
btsg~Ohio. Mrs. Lula Lloyd of
c “sian” by calling GE-7-2016, GE-8-8312 or GE-7-596L Bake sales on
9 and 30 camp.
at the May
sored by the cheerleaders. They are (l-r) Leanne Kelley, Joann Sciturro,
Pat’4~dams,Ruth Birckelbaw, Barbara Riordan and Donna Tait.
er of -byom
for Friday and Sat‘~ Each child will need 30 reats~
and Mrs. Martha Sevier of urday May 8 and 9 A Katama- and a sack lunch before hican hoard the sciiooLj!im - f~r
Canton. Ohio; 11. grandchildren ‘.o~.Anew state president wilt thIs outinE.
at 1 p.m.
Phil- be~ elected.
wereat Tues* -~--~*church
nesday, May6, 1 p.m. at the party Saturday, May 9 at 8 Salem Walker Cemetery’ As- j
was in home
cern- p.m. There will be refreshlips Funeral home and Wed- more Lake Is sponsoring a card
etery, canton, Ohio.
tion Is $1. Mrs. Agnes Pagei
merits and table prizes. Dona. .
sedation will be held on
The annual meeting of the
7:30 o’clock in the church at
May ii, ~t
Tower roadE’ kcording to Mrs. Charles Hancit. association spokessniut.-’
Red Leaf 4 to 6 ft.
FRENCH LILAC 4 & 5 feet $3.50
POTTED ROSES $2. to $3.75
Varsity cheerleaders of South
Mrs. Mae Sulkowski, 83 of Lyon- are holding a bake sale New York World’s Pair i~
9822 Six Mile road, Salem died saturday, May 9 at 9:30 a.m. April to Ortober 1964 andlflS
S -Thursday, April 30 at St. Mary in the Ford garage.
Hospital in Livonia following
Honor .~tudcnts,for~ Sally Schusteg ‘—
na Hendricks. Cheryl Kappler, an Illness of el~ht months,
tions by Air, Bus, Rail’ or,
fifth rnar~ing period at1 Margie
Jones, Daniel LaMont,Istevenson.
Canada, she was the daughter cohvene at 7:30 p.m. Monday,
Scmth Lyon high school
Jill MacLachian, Sany Richard-I Fifth graders Wilma Derk- of John and Almira (Irish) May lb.
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ha\’e be~ announced by can V.li,nhpth S,rhnrki andleon Cheryl Kqphlininn Mar. ~
yi5ncipa~- Gerald I1art-~Eunice Thurman.
cia’McGatiy, John Nelson, Ba~iv’~”
Green Oak. Zoning Board isi Phillips Travel 5erv~ce,i
49620 W. ANN ARBOR ROAD NEAR RIDGE
9th grade: Thai ~
Peck, Betty Periongo, Other survivors include two slated for Monday, May it, 81320 N. Lafayette
Listed were six pupils who Susan Bailo, John Bonn, Susani Ruth Bower, Dennis Carter, daughters, Mrs. Winifred Ban- p.m. at the township hall.
easned all-A” grades dui’ing Carey, Rosemary Fitzsimnwns,I joy Field, Johanna Fischmann, nermari of New Hudson and
the period. - Titcy were: Mary Janice Hutchins, - june Iazor,I Judy Layton, Ronald Vander Mrs. Aimira Bland of JackAnn Nortltrnp and Pamela Philip Multop, Becky StilwellIKoY. Sandra Cameron, Connie son, five grandchildren, and 15
Susan Sieloff and Da- great
was a resident of this
Steve and Sandy Wade.
Honor Rolls 1-nnounced
MERRY hILL NURSERY
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Others by class were:
in’ Rutledge, Diane
Whitmore thke were earned’ Amerman, Cheryl Backner; Do12th grade: James Brengie by six girls. :.
uglas Bennett, Karen Ehnis,
services at Our Lady of Vietory Catholic Churvb;the Rev.
Paula Clack, Doris Fitzsim- According to their teachers;I Zita Leapline, Lynette . Petti- Fr. - John Wittstock olficiat-:
mons. Nancy Grimes. Rochelle sixth grader ,Adiqn Newiey,Igrew, Tracy Todd and Daniel big.
Horton. Sandra Jones, Miehnel fifth graders,’.1Car~a BtarlandITraPP.
BurIal was in Salem WaUcet
Keth, - Lou’ Ann LaBolin~Jerry and Kathkyn ‘Field, foürthl Third Graders Bonnie Bow- Cemetery.
Nettles, Charlene Sinelli, Nan- grader Alice Hosjçr and third er, Gordon Briggs, Lee Carr,
cy Tisch, Dianh Van.Amberg, graders Lau~’Ie Wlptér~ andi Rodney Douglas, Cheril Fearand JoAn’n --\Visernan.
Bonnie Smith âqhievAd ~he sup- I er, Dcnnle Leland, Vickie Matt,
11th Grade:. Mary Birckel- erior marks.
Aj Debbie Muler, Norman PattirbawrRolaert Bici,gieTPameta~ Several ~5j flts earned
k~yington, Anna Coiloni, Marl- and ~ honor ?qlfpl~&ngthej ela Reskey, Susan Romlne, ReMi4. Helen”.Gregory of South.
lyn Deveri~jx, Diane Doniey,]were:
‘ . jjiee Stevenson, DavId
Adams, Lyon RebekahLodgewas elect-I
Robert Flavin, Susan Hartman,~ Sixth graders Becky Curry,IJo El Bodway, Sandra Col.led
treasurer, of -the 1~ebekahI
Sinda Henry John Hines, Rich-I JoAnn Graves, Dick Grimstisnt,I lbs. Kenneth Cowen, .Danette Association, District No. 6 Sat-I
1 Kathleen O’Grady, Cathy wa-I Groomes, Karen Higley, Ever-I urday May 2. Hostess chapter!.
Marilyn ltnmg (‘hervi ‘kilo Mitcheitl pit Holy henra ijii’hng MArullilt iflfl5ffiann~l
Musser. firktrge Rhodes, and Caskey, Deborali Hadley,’ Myr- Ana-Thelen, Kurt Winters, Dale at HIghland, was CI
Bennett, Julie Crowin, Karla Eighteen lodges were
Ellis. Jim Kapp, Jane LaMotte, seoted. In the jtdu~attet
Gary Baker, Vicky Boarom, from this area were: Heli
Tom Frederickson, Carol Phil- Thompson, Rosa Multop, Alice
lips, Jackie Russeau, David Herald, Grace Van Buren, thetSouth and Susan Spirl.
ma Musolf, Dora Schuster,
Those earning “B average” Vinnie Richter, Lena Atchinwere Kenneth Maicom, Bill Biy son, Clara Boylan, Alma Stead,
the and Ed Durbin, sixth grad- Emma Anderson, Homer Herers, Laurelyn St. Charles, Ca- aId and Fred Multop.
thy Johnson, Cynthia Lurkins,
and Linda Brady, fifth graders,
Betty Jo Splers, Robert Kempf,
Vicki Meyer, Parks Rinehart,
Denice Watts, Debbie Bissettand Kevin Goodnuff, fourth
graders, Mark Field, Judy LaPrell, Mary Osaer, Lynn Stanfiel~I,Ruth Stevenson and Mark
Pw.al, CM.IdWt eLse LsI,i ‘a,,. 4’*
Voss, third graders.
Mary Ann McGrath won the
spell-down recently conducted
in Mrs. - Snell’s third grade
for that NEW
TH’~JHOLAR Maril,n Muss~r,arjunior at
9outh b~onhigh school, has b~n s.l.ct.d by a
Univeriity of Michigan committee to attend a
~o-weifr mathematics enrichment course this
4ummer. Miss Musser was nominated for the honor b~her instructor, Gary Dode; who notes that
she has compiled a perfect 4,0 grade average in
math this year. She is also active in class áctiviües and participates in band and chorus.
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