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THE WOLVERINE

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PAGE THREE

THE WOLVERINE AGTRE

Saturday, June 29.
and Mrs. Richtig; Mr. Paine
uffot; Miss Morrison, Detroit;
ach; Mrs. Luick; Mrs. Marker;
ladgley; Mrs. Hurm; Mr. and
C. -Walter; Mrs. E. M. King;
'losie Fansler; Mr .and Mrs
E. Bearss; Miss Fern Stetson
Creek; IVrs. J. E. Wilder; Miss
Johnston; Miss H. Apple, De-
Miss Lila Meiseman, Mount
s; Mr .and Mrs. R. F. Pittard;
ena Sackett, Detroit; Joseph
p, Detroit; Miss Margaret Na-
troit; Miss Marion Potteck, De-
iod Mrs. C. M. Betts, Hillsdale;
letts, Hillsdale; Mr. and Mrs.
Prins, Holland; Mr. and Mrs. L
ler, Hopkins; Mrs. A H. Phil-
[r. J B Whitney; Miss Higgins.
Sunday, June 30.
Catherine Cattle, Detroit; Mrs.
n, Detroit; Mrs. Lowenberg,
Mrs. William Leshner, Pent-
Miss Virginia Leshner, Pent-
Mrs. Marker; Miss Aileen
; Mrs. H. Prins; Mrs. W. E
orman, Pontiac; Mrs. A. J.
h, Grosse Point; Miss Ella
Mrs. Fannie Fillion, Mrs. O.
r, and Mr. and Mrs. George D.
Detroit; Louis Baundie, and
Bandy, South Rockwood; Mrs

Miss Anna Van Ostren, and Mrs. W. SCHOOL OF MUSIC PRESENTS
T. Higgins, Lansing; Mrs. Hoffman, FIRST OF CONCERTS TONIGHT
Miss Matilda and Anna Ladensack,
Karl Ladensack, Mrs.- Wigler, and (Continued from page 1)
Mrs. H. C. Ludburn, Detroit; Miss Le- Vocal solo: "Onaway Awake Be-
na Witchmski, Lansing; I. M. Alden, loved"..........Col&ridge-Taylor
Jackson; Miss Ruther Watson, Miss Mr. James Hamilton
Margaret Kuhn, Miss Margaret Bul- Cello solos: "Ave Maria" ....
lis, J. D. Roberts, Clyde McClair, and.....................Bach-Gounod
' Russel Livermore, Gregory; Miss Mc- "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice"
Clintic,- Detroit; Miss Ada Watkins,....................Sain-Saens
Albion; Mrs. A. D. Green and Miss Dr. M. C. Wier
Helen Green, Detroit; and Mrs. Rho- Organ: L'Arlequin............Nevin
da Ketchum, Ypsilanti. Vesperal.................d'Evry
Mrs. William Arndt, Miss Wisch, Toccata...............Crawford
and A. D. Green, Detroit; Miss G. Mr. Moore
Hentz, Wyandotte; Miss Donna Grey. Vocal solos: "I Hear You Call-
Marshall; Mrs. Fred Breilmeyer, ing Me".............Marshall
Miss England, Frederick Beilmeyer, "Sweet Miss Mary" .... Neidlingnr
and Miss Hattie Mischalke, Mont "The Trumpeter" ............ Dix
Clemens; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Easton, Mr. Hamilton
Mrs. J. M. Alden, Mrs. N. J. Evans, Cello: Group of songs-
Mrs C H Evans, and Louis Jaenichen, "Drink to Me Only with Thine
Jackson Eyes".............Old English
Miss Bowles, Miss Maude Moore, "Si mes Vers avaient des Ailes"
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Nelson, Misses...........................Hahn
Nelly and Hans Connelly, Mrs. D. H. "Oh, That We Two Were May-
Meloche, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Junging- ing" ..................... Nevin
be, Detroit; Mrs. Rozella Wortman, Dr. Wier
Jackson; Ford Kagay, Hillsdale; Miss
Ethel Gray, North Adams; Marshall L. C. Smith, Royal Underwood and
H. Johnson; H. H. Echfeld, H. N.; other high grade typewriters for sale
Mrs. Jacoh Echfeld, Unionville; H. and rent. O. R. Morrill, 322 South
Morford, and Mrs. Louis Fittinger. State St. (Over Baltimore Lunch.)-
Adv. 3-tf
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It is possible-as we have now proved-to brew a beverage which exactly
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uesd beer.
t EXCEILO-
is non-intoxicating. It is not a substitute or a makeshift of any kind. It is the
result of long, exhaustive, scientific experiments, made with a view to produce a
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It is put up in sterilized, air-tight bottles, never loses its sparkle and its
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Get a case of Excelo. Drink it with your meals-before you go to bed-
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Excelo Beverage Co.,
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Trade supplied by NATE HORNING, Phone 1778-M, 208 S. 4th Ave.

liss Duffy, Chicago; Miss Anna 1 U sI c.w -
r, Akron, O.; Miss Esther
way, Mrs. John J. Koeber, Miss (Continued from page 1) A
tiggs, and William G. Koeber, ances were wanted, and at once, and
t. the Fords were easily produced. But M
George A. Kieppe, Holt; Val- it was felt that more time and
Kneisel, Frank Broscl, Anna thought should be spent in this im-
urger, Mrs. Arthur Fisher, Miss portant work, for there were objec-
I V. Davey, Miss Hilda Bleisch, tions to the Fords, and the scores of
lety Gardner, Miss Ethel Bruns- miscellaneous types of motor ambul-
Miss Addie Murphy, Mrs. Julia ances were "impossible," since a
11, Miss Gransden, George Ein- standard ambulance is essential to ef-
and Miss Georges Einkorn, De- ficient ambulance service on a large
Miss Elizabeth Daly, and Miss scale.
B. Armstrong, Flint. Organization Succeeding
Eliza Dehtre, Mrs. L. Schultz, For this reason, Major (then Pro-
Bertha Prange, Mrs. ,1' Liebold, fessor) Walter T. Fishleigh, was of-
Liebold, Miss Laura Fairman, fered his commission, and called to
Moffat, Mr. and Mrs. .Abraamn, Washington, August 4, 1917. Steadily t
nd Miss Ortmann, Mr. and Mrs. he has gathered around himself a
sley, and 'Miss Nellie Grombach, corps of automobile engineers, body
SMiss and Mrs.ichael .Krin, Grand designers, and organization experts.
Mr. and.Mrs..iB.eKshn andSteadily his organization has grown
Mr. and Mrs. Michelson and to its present proportions. Steadily
,Mr. and Mrs. erman and the problems have been successfully
Mr. and Mrs. Sneary, Wesley solved, and today this organization is
ne nd Miss Gladys Cole. De- complete master of the large problem
of "Obtaining Motor Ambulances of
proper design and quality for the
ALL MAKES Army, and in sufficient quantity, at
the proper time."
YPEW RITERS The present organization includes
FOR SALE 29, commissioned officers, 49 non-com-
missioned officers, and 55 men, a total
or RENT of 133. Besides the main office at
Washington, there are seven stations
Typewriting Done or depits in this country, and three
IMILTON BUSINESS bases overseas.
COLLE GE (To be continued)
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