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INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
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HOWARD CITY HARVEST FESTIVAL
This year’s Build your own Scare-
crow at the 2011 Harvest Festival was
a big hit! Even though all the material
is provided at no cost, there were sev-
eral contestants who brought in their
own props. The judges, Joane & Ken
Cook (2011 Grand Marshalls) had their
work cut out for them. First place went
to Leah & Logan Halstedt and Emily
Miller who held the title for two years
in a row now. Madison Thun came in
second for a spooky spectacular. Third
place went to Grace & Emma Flanders
and Alexis Davison. They also have held
their spot for two years. It’s always in-
teresting to see how contestants create
a scarecrow masterpiece. Thank you to
those who took part in this family fun
festive activity, Paige Denslow and Te-
sha Gould.
BUILD YOUR OWN SCARECROW
BUILD YOUR OWN SCARECROW — BUSINESS DIVISON
The Harvest Festival Committee
would like to extend their apprecia-
tion to all the businesses who partici-
pated in the 2011 Business Scarecrow
Contest. This year there were ten en-
tries all of which were brilliantly dis-
played. The Cooks (2011 Grand Mar-
shalls) and Kailey Grospin (Howard
City Harvest Festival Queen) were
this year’s judges. The Cooks were
amazed at the creativity and inge-
nuity that the participants put into
the displays all of which didn’t make
the decision easy for them. But after
much collaboration, the fnal decision
was in; this year’s winner was the Di-
ary Bear who presented “The Wizard
of Oz”.
While presenting the trophy, we
discovered it was Carlie Prescott’s
ideas for the Oz theme but it was
whole heartily a group effort. “We are
a team here at Diary Bear” chimed
Jacquelyn Ducat. Once the theme
was decided, the tasks were divided
up and everyone collaborated to
make it happen. Thank you again for
the businesses that made this year a
success. A great deal of time, effort
and dedication goes into building a
display and we are all grateful. Thank
you-Paige Denslow and Tesha Gould.
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OBITUARIES
Gail Bowers
Gail Bowers, 88, of Howard City
passed away Sept. 18, 2011, at her daugh-
ter’s residence in Fife Lake.
She was born June 18, 1923, in Battle
Creek the daughter of Henry and Lydia
(Klienfelder) Lewis. During her working
years she worked for Gibsons for 12 years,
Dohler Jarvis for six years, as well as
working for Wolverine for 18 years before
retiring in 1973. She attended Immanuel
Lutheran Church in Cadillac.
Surviving are two sons, Howard (Dar-
lene) of Lansing and Ron (Janice) of How-
ard city; four daughters, Helene (Jerry)
Bowers of Howard City, Helen (Wayne)
Gray of Fife Lake, Nina (Bill) Selleck of
Cooks and Bonnie (Sam) Staude of Vir-
ginia; 16 grandchildren, 14 great-grand-
children and several great-great-grand-
children; sister-in-law, Ruth Louck and
several nieces and nephews. She was
preceded in death by her parents; her
husband, Howard; a son, Charles; a sis-
ter, Margie and two brothers, Wayne and
Bob. Funeral services took place at Bethel
Lutheran Church with Pastor Joel Hess
offciating with burial in the Reynolds
Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted
to the Heckman Funeral Home.
Dorothy Cazier
Dorothy Cazier, 76, of Grant passed
away Sept. 16, 2011, at her residence.
She was born June 24, 1935, in Grand
Rapids, the daughter of Marion and Opal
(Funk) Welsh. During her working years
she worked in a factory for 11 years. She
loved bingo, crafts, camping and mu-
sic. Dorothy made spiders for fy fshing
and was known as “The Spider Lady.” In
1955, she married Arthur, who survives.
Also surviving are one brother, Richard
Welsh of Kent City; one sister, Lois Van-
Wyk of Cedar Springs; and several nieces
and nephews. She was preceded in death
by her parents; a brother, Robert; and a
sister, Edith McCallum. As to Dorothy’s
wishes cremation has taken place and no
services will take place at this time. Ar-
rangements were entrusted to The Heck-
man Funeral Home.
Sarah (Sue) Gould
Sarah (Sue) Gould, 57, of Howard City
passed away Sept. 15, 2011, at her resi-
dence.
She was born May 27, 1954, in How-
ard City, the daughter of William and
(Rosemary) Heinig) Bogardus. During
her working years she was a bus driver
for Hillman schools for several years and
was active with the Howard City Ladies
Auxiliary. She enjoyed sewing, crafts
and painting. In 1969, she married Bill
Gould who survives. Also surviving are
three sons, Dave (Melinda), Shawn and
Mike (Monica), all of Howard City; nine
grandchildren; one brother, Tom (Linda)
Bogardus of Tennessee; two sister, Rose
(Ken) Kruger of Pierson and Linda Bog-
ardus of Greenville; and several nieces
and nephews
She was preceded in death by her
parents. Funeral services took place at
the Heckman Funeral Home with Pastor
Brad Brillhart offciating with burial in
the Reynolds Cemetery.
Lorenia Carroll
Mullins
Lorenia Carroll (Glover, Cooney) Mul-
lins, 62, of Morley passed away Sept. 15,
2011, at Metron of Cedar Springs after a
battle with cancer.
During her working years, she worked
in Mental and Medical Health for most
of her life. She last worked at Hope Net-
work before becoming disabled in 2003.
She enjoyed working with disadvantaged
people and being a patient advocate.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Pat Mullins; parents, Linkfeld
Glover and Eulah Mae (Thomas); three
brothers, Charles, Gary and John Glover;
one sister, Evelene Glover; sister-in-law,
Hilda Sue (Koontz) Glover; two nephews,
Derrick and Devon and a niece, Sherri
Lyn. Surviving are Angela Dawn (Cooney,
Herring) Pittner; grandchildren, Kei-
sha and Jordan; a son, William Joseph
Cooney; grandchildren, Bethany Jo,
Kelsey and Tyler; three sisters, LaDonna
LeValley of Grand Rapids, Mary (Terry)
Toth of Howard City and Darlene (Frank)
Tinervia of Grand rapids; two brothers,
William (Lorraine) Glover of West Vir-
ginia and Henry (Donna) Glover of How-
ard City; a brother-in-law, Darrell Whitt
of Grand Rapids; two friends, Betty and
Sherri; and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services took place The Heckman
Funeral Home with Buster Jenkins off-
ciating with Burial in the Kent Memorial
Gardens.
Lillian Fisher
Lillian Fisher, 90, of Howard City,
passed away Sept. 13, 2011, at Spectrum
Health Kelsey Campus in Lakeview.
She was born April 23, 1921, in Oss-
ineke, the daughter of William and Ellen
(Crevier) Richway. Lillian loved to play
music and enjoyed fshing. She was a
member of Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Surviving are three sons, Ron Wood
of Florida and Robert Patterson and Al
Patterson both of Howard City; 18 grand-
children and 17 great-grandchildren; and
several nieces and nephews. She was pre-
ceded in death by her parents; husband,
Clyde; two daughters, Janice and Helen
and a son, William. Funeral services took
place at The Heckman Funeral Home with
Pastor Bert Boes offciating with Burial in
The Forest Hill Cemetery in Evart.
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The Saga Continues
TO THE EDITOR:
Even before the ink was dry on my ap-
proval from the township for my green-
house, on the north side of M-82, I received
a letter from the supervisor that I was in vi-
olation with my business operation on the
south side of M-82. In last month’s, Let-
ter to the Editor, Mr. Grannis wrote that,
“this letter is in response to many citizens
questions concerning Mr. Powell’s zoning
issues.” His information is totally false.
He states that in 1990 I was zoned for a
septic business only. This is not true. The
people who were on the board at the time,
on April 18, 1990, were Supervisor Ralph
Hauenstein, Clerk Margaret Hill, Treasur-
er Bill Smith and Zoning Administrator
Louise Culver. Perhaps someone should
ask them what their intent was when they
rezoned my property. (Unfortunately,
Margaret Hill is deceased.) I have always
done excavating work, hauled fll sand and
gravel as my father and grandfather had
done before me. Our supervisor is fully
aware that Powells Septic Service was sim-
ply the name of the company at the time
of the zoning. As to his statement regard-
ing my business on the south side of M-82,
my father and I have had equipment and
stockpiles on that side of the street prior to
1990. In fact, our supervisor has stated we
have been there for as long as he can re-
member. It seems odd that previous town-
ship supervisors did not have any issues
with my business for 30 years. If I were to
agree with their current demands it would
probably put me out of business.
Last year I was given permits from
the zoning administrator, Janice Holton
to erect a building for the storage of my
equipment. I then applied for a septic per-
mit from the county and a building permit
from Stanton, to build on the south side
of M-82. Not too long after that all of my
permits were revoked by the township. So
instead of putting local people to work in
the building trades I had to lay off some of
my workers. Since attorney fees have been
very high on both sides, I was curious as
to how much the township was spending
of the taxpayers dollars to fght me. Under
the Freedom of Information Act I asked
a very specifc question to the township
clerk, “How much in attorney fees have
been spent to fght me?” I received an an-
swer back, “We checked with our attorney
and we don’t have to tell you, it is attorney
client privilege.” My question is, who is
the client, isn’t it me as a taxpayer? Well
so much for transparent government. Per-
haps another taxpayer in the township
would want to ask the question; maybe
they could get a straight answer.
JOHn POwEll
Reynolds Township
Township’s
department doesn’t
make sense
TO THE EDITOR:
Reynolds Township has fnally allowed
me to live in our home but not until they
got their own way. You have to remember
that the township started its own Building,
Safety Department. Even though I origi-
nally purchased all the necessary permits
through Montcalm County Building and
Safety in Stanton. I was told that the town-
ship no longer recognized them. So I had
to re-purchase the same permits through
Reynolds Township.
I had Montcalm County Building and
Safety come out and they passed and is-
sued a Certifcate of Occupancy but this
was not good enough for the township I
had to have its certifcate. So I had their
inspector come out which I was told he
would not issue a permit until I enclosed
my deck because they wanted to call it a
porch. I asked why I could not receive
an occupancy permit because the house
passed, I was told the deck was attached
to the house and they wanted in enclosed.
Rather than fghting and going back to
court I allowed them to dictate so I en-
closed the deck and I received a certifcate
of occupancy through the township. In
my opinion I feel sorry for the next people
who want to build their own home and
have to put up with the township and their
interpretation of the building code, to me
there is an obvious difference between
Montcalm County’s Building and Safety
and Reynolds Township Building Safety
Department.
RObERT RIcHaRDs
Howard city
Letter of appreciation
Another successful Howard City Har-
vest Festival has come and gone thanks to
the combined efforts of so many people.
The Harvest Festival Committee would
like to express our sincere appreciation to
the following local area merchants, orga-
nizations and individuals for their gener-
ous donations:
Howard City Downtown Development
Authority Village of Howard City, First
Baptist Church of Howard City J.I.S. Tire,
Inc., Scott W. Wemmer D.D.S. Droski
Insurance Agency, Inc., Leppink’s, Cap-
tured Moments Photography, Patchwork
Dreams, LLC, Pierson Township, Green
Valley Disposal Service Inc., Firstbank,
Impact Printing & Digital Center, Jeanne
L. Jerow, Attorney, B & R Storage, Zellie’s
Opry House, Rustic Sport Shop, Latitude’s,
River Valley News Shopper, Sietsema
Farms Feed LLC, Douglas Wohlberg CPA,
The Decorating Department, Law, Weath-
ers and Richardson, Reynolds Township,
Trumpets & Doves, Friends of the Library,
Tri County Area School, Dreamland Tan-
ning & Fitness, Renaissance Salon &
Spa, Independent Bank, Pizza Time, Se-
lect Care Physical Therapy, Dairy Bear,
Howard City Lion’s Club, West Michigan
Sign Co., McKay’s Repair Service, Robin-
son Septic, Pease Insurance Agency, J&C
Skate Inc., DBA, Skate Estate, Consumers
Energy, Zylstra Trucking, Fire Storm: Ka-
rate Team and Miller Lite.
This event wouldn’t be possible with-
out the countless hours that the Harvest
Festival Committee volunteers donate
along with their families. Thank you for
all your hard work and dedication in pro-
viding this community with a Festival that
everyone can enjoy.
A special thank you to the First Baptist
Church of Howard City board and mem-
bers who supported and volunteered their
time at the free children’s activities at the
church. Along with the Howard City Lion’s
Club members, Friends of the Library,
Carolyn Steenland, Fire Storm Karate
Team, Parade Announcer Jerry Quigley,
Terri Grannis for her video on utube.com
and Kellyn Vos for singing our National
Anthem during at the Grand Parade.
We would also like to thank the Police,
Fire Departments, the Village Employ-
ee’s, VFW Ladies Auxiliary and EMT Ken
Thomas who donated their time and ef-
forts to help make the Harvest Festival a
huge success! The involvement of many of
our Community organizations has made
our festival a success and has made it pos-
sible for it to continue to grow. We are
looking forward to next year 10th Howard
City Harvest Festival. Thank you for your
support.
Anyone interested in joining the Har-
vest Festival committee please contact
Cheryl Scott at (231) 937-5686.
cHERyl scOTT,
chairwoman, Howard city Har-
vest Festival committee
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
MORE LETTERS TO THE
EDITOR CAN BE FOUND ON
THE NEXT PAGE
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Way back when

Do You
Recall?

Compiled by Virginia Tully
Health & Wellness Centers
Edmore Lakeview Stanton
989-427-5141 989-352-8168 989-831-4140
Owned by Pharmacists - Run by Pharmacists
1951 – A meeting will be held
next week in Morley to organize
a Cub Scout Troop.
The old printing press at the
Lakeview Enterprise is now in
pieces at Matson’s Scrap Yard
south of town with a modern
press now sitting in its place.
1961 – Local Lakeview appliance
dealer Warren Beach recently
attended the Gibson Refrigerator
Convention in Jamaica.
Mrs. Bertha Conners of
Stanwood was honored on her
92nd birthday with a party at the
Austin Township Hall.
1976 – Another church is being
added to the Lakeview area with
the Full Gospel Assembly of God
being built on M-46 just outside
of town.
The new Cato Township/
Village of Lakeview Community
building is nearly finished with
carpet being laid for the Open
House next month.
1996 – Lakeview is adding a
touch of class with teal and gold
banners that will hang from the
light poles within a week or two.
Personal Touch Printing of
Lakeview has moved into its new
quarters at 318 S. Lincoln, and is
ready to provide more services to
the public.
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MONDAY,SEPTEMBER26,2011•RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPER 7
‘Remembering’
TO THE EDITOR:
It was a remembering day to take part
in, the Harvest Festival parade. Under the
leadership of our Commander Dennis and
President Barb with marchers; Dennis,
Barb, Al, Dick and Jim, along with Bob, Bill,
Fay, Donna, Don, Peggy, Tony and Debbie
riding on the wagon being towed by Ray and
the wagon being donated by Patsy. The re-
spect and support from the community and
the remarks we heard as we marched was
so worth every step. One remark was from a
small boy to this father “are they soldiers?”
His father said yes and if it wasn’t for these
men and women we wouldn’t live in a free
country. America is still the Best. God Bless
all. Thank You.
DEE BEckER
Auxiliary member
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Spectrum Health United
Memorial earns
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GREENVILLE – Spectrum Health
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that are shown to improve care for certain
conditions. The hospitals were recognized
for achieving these thresholds in the areas
of pneumonia and surgical care.
Newaygo County
Upcoming Marriages
Jason Shular of Paris and Lynn Eagle of
Paris
Adam Lee Friedman and Kelley Jean
Anderson
Jekf Shineldecker of Bitely and Berna-
dette Sanchez of Hesperia
Roy Forbes of Newaygo and Darla Baker
of Newaygo
Matthew Streichhirsch of Chicago IL
and Tracy Brooke Myers of Fremont
Cedar Springs
Red Flannel
NEW this year! Grand Lodge (beer tent)
expanding from 10,000 sq. ft. to 30,000 sq.
ft! CANS of Miller Lite & Mike’s Hard Lem-
onade NEW this year! All plastic recycled!
$5 cover, $3 drinks. BRICK OVEN PIZZA,
POP, WATER also available! Opens at 4:30
pm on FRIDAY, Sept. 30 with Chaser Band
& Main Street Band; Sat. opens at NOON
with Irish Folk singer MOSSY MORAN;
Chaser & Main Street bands later Saturday!
LOTS of ROOM this year for everyone!!!!
Informal CSHS ALL CLASS REUNION at
NOON on Sat., Oct. 1. Kids with adults al-
lowed Sat., Oct 1, noon to 4 pm only; $3
cover for kids
COMMUNITY NEWS
HOWARD CITY
HARVEST
FESTIVAL
DUCK RACE
WINNERS

Congratulations to the following
winners and thank you to everyone
that participated in this year duck &
duckling races.
1st Place Al Rehfus $500
2nd Place Doug Berends $250
3rd Place Brenda Gross $125
4th Place Mark Frank $100
5th Place Ashley Smith $75
6th Place Martin Skelonc $50
7th Place Fred Plath $25
8th Place Rick Kilts $10

2011 HOWARD CITY HARVEST
FESTIVAL DUCKLING RACE WIN-
NERS
For children 12 and under received
gift certifcates:
1st Place Caitlyn Dull $100
2nd Place Sydney Darling $75
3rd Place Macie May
VanBennekom $50
4th Place Oliver
Hess $30
5th Place Amanda
& Daniele McFarland
$20
6th Place Ethan
Culver $10
7th Place Jerid
Weming $5
8th Place Thatcher
Scott $5

The Duck & Duck-
ling Races would not
have been possible without the sup-
port of the DDA and the following
people who donated their time and
efforts to once again guarantee their
success: Mike Scott, Chad Scott, Brent
Poprawski, Daniel Clegg, Bill Corne-
lisse, Carmen Brow and the Howard
City Lions Club Members.
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It’s The Purrrrfect
Time…
If you’ve been horsin’ around with your camera…
The 2012 River Valley Community Calendar
Pet Photo Contest Is Here!
Don’t Let Time Fly By
WE HAVE A DEADLINE!! • October 7 at high noon!
It might be best to let sleeping dogs lie —
but in this case …
Take a snapshot and send to:
River Valley News Shopper
Pet Photo Contest
491 W. Shaw
Howard City, MI 49329
YES!! … We do accept them by e-mail
at rvshopper@pioneergroup.com
Pictures must be 300 dpi minimum at 100%.
Pictures should be “landscape”
(9” wide x 3½” tall viewable picture size)
Name and address required.
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HOWARD CITY HARVEST FESTIVAL
2011 HOWARD CITY HARVEST
FESTIVAL PIZZA PIE EATING
CONTEST

Congratulation to the following winners, and thank you to all the contes-
tants who participated in this year contest:
Winners received gift certifcates from the following businesses:
1st Place Shane Knight $25 Latitudes (Donated by Pizza Time)
2nd Place Ken Barrett $20 Donated by Pizza Time
3rd Place Justin Gray $15 Donated by Diary Bear (tied)
3rd Place Robert Chesley $15 Donated by Pizza Time (tied)
Other contestants that participated were John Reynolds, 2011 Howard
City Harvest Festival Queen-
Kailey Grospin, frst runner- up Angela Gray and second runner- up Kai-
tlyn Geers.
Thank you to Ken Thomas for donating his time during contest as E.M.T.
We would also like to thank owners of Pizza Time, Doug & Nola Berends,
for donating their time and furnishing the pizzas for the contest and hosting
this event in front of their business.
THANK YOU TO THE JUDGES
2011 HOWARD CITY HARVEST
FESTIVAL Queen Kailey Grospin,
2011 Grand Marshals
Joane & Ken Cook
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ATTENTION
Firearm
Safety
With
Supervision
Weapons & Ammo provided
Call
Howard City VFW
Post 3306
1101 S. Ensley Rd.
Howard City
231-937-5204
All Youth Shooters!
Age 9 - 19
Stop in and use our
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Every Monday
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Starting at 5:30
September - May
1st time is FREE
Then only $2 per visit
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to Thank everyone for the help, support,
kindness, prayers, food, flowers and love during
our difficult times.
Hospice of Michigan, Heckman Funeral Home,
VFW Post 3306 and all our friends and family.
Sincerely,
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8930 Maple Hill Road • Howard City
Richard P. “Dick” Nagy, Auctioneer
VINTAGE CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 • 9:30 A.M.
ANY MERCHANDISE & EQUIPMENT 1970’S & EARLIER
(NO REPRODUCTIONS)
CARS, TRUCKS, TRAVEL TRAILERS, SNOWMOBILES, MARINE, MOTORS, ENGINES,
ARCADE, TRACTORS, FARM MACHINERY, APPLIANCES, COOK STOVES,
GAS & AUTOMOTIVE ADVERTISEMENTS, PORCELAIN, & NEON.
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MONDAY,SEPTEMBER26,2011•RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPER 9
030 Special Notices
ANNUAL
MORLEY-STANWOOD
ALUMI BANQUET
Saturday, October 1st, 2011,
6:00pm.
AMERICAN LEGION HALL,
MORLEY, MI
Honored Classes
1961(50 years)
1986 (25 years)
6:00pm Visiting,
6:30pm Potluck Dinner
Bring a dish to pass and
table service.
Beverage and rolls provided.
8:00pm Dancing-Live Music
Dues $5.00 per person
HOWARD CITY HARVEST FESTIVAL
2011 HOWARD CITY HARVEST
FESTIVAL PIZZA PIE EATING
CONTEST

Congratulation to the following winners, and thank you to all the contes-
tants who participated in this year contest:
Winners received gift certifcates from the following businesses:
1st Place Shane Knight $25 Latitudes (Donated by Pizza Time)
2nd Place Ken Barrett $20 Donated by Pizza Time
3rd Place Justin Gray $15 Donated by Diary Bear (tied)
3rd Place Robert Chesley $15 Donated by Pizza Time (tied)
Other contestants that participated were John Reynolds, 2011 Howard
City Harvest Festival Queen-
Kailey Grospin, frst runner- up Angela Gray and second runner- up Kai-
tlyn Geers.
Thank you to Ken Thomas for donating his time during contest as E.M.T.
We would also like to thank owners of Pizza Time, Doug & Nola Berends,
for donating their time and furnishing the pizzas for the contest and hosting
this event in front of their business.
THANK YOU TO THE JUDGES
2011 HOWARD CITY HARVEST
FESTIVAL Queen Kailey Grospin,
2011 Grand Marshals
Joane & Ken Cook
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Thank You!
I would like to thank all my family and
friends for coming to my 80th birthday
celebration. What a wonderful party,
seeing so many that I hadn’t seen lately.
Thank you for all the cards and
Best Wishes I received.
Special thanks to my children who
worked so hard to make it such a
wonderful occasion.
It truly was a great day for me.
Thanks again,
Chuck Christensen
PUBLIC NOTICE
Reynolds Township, Montcalm County
Reynolds Township Road Advisory Committee
will meet on
Date: October 6, 2011 • Time: 6:00 P.M.
at the Reynold Township Hall, 215 E. Edgerton St.,
Howard City.
The purpose of the meeting is to gather information
for future road projects.
Croton Township
August 8, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 pm
Members present: Jean Howarth, Christine Hadley, Debbra Wright, Christian Ort-
wein, and Morgan Heinzman.
Motion by Chris Hadley, 2nd by Debbra Wright to approve the agenda. All in favor
Motion by Chris Ortwein, 2nd by Morgan Heinzman to add waterfront construction
to the agenda.
Motion by Chris Ortwein, 2nd by Christine Hadley to accept agenda changes. Roll
call vote. Ayes Ortwein, Hadley, Heinzman, Wright, Howarth. Nays None.
Department Reports
Building and Zoning: Don Reagan, holding its own
Fire Dept.: Chief Rob Benson, 6 Fire, 3 MVR, 14 Medical total of 23 runs for the
month of July. MFR class done, all passed. Ready for canoe race.
Library: Ashley Hawley, summer reading program finished; gave away 2 bikes and
1 digital camera. Pancake breakfast went well we made $750.00 profit thanks to all
who came.
Public Comment –
Joe Verlin, Gabridge & Company Audit firm explains the findings of the 2010-11
Audit.
Motion by Ortwein Hadley to approve Fire assessment Resolution 2011-2012. Ayes
Wright, Heinzman, Hadley, Howarth. Nays None.
Motion by Chris Ortwein, 2nd by Christine Hadley to table Charter Township discus-
sion until next meeting on Sept 12, 2011. All in favor passed. Motion passed.
Fire Dept. scuba class expenditures. Have 5 for the class.
Motion by Morgan Heinzman, 2nd by Chris Ortwein to approve up to $1200.00
for scuba training. Roll call vote. Ayes: Wright, Heinzman, Ortwein. Nays: Hadley,
Howarth.
Fence Ordinance - Planning Commission approved the new fence ordinance and
would like the boards blessing to move forward and finish the ordinance.
Motion by Ortwein, 2nd by Wright to approve the new proposed fence ordinance.
All in favor. Motion passed
Dave Ignasiak. Has state permit, and county permit. Did not know he needed a town-
ship permit. Ed Folkesma checked. Dave is encouraged to submit a ZBA applica-
tion.
Motion by Heinzman, 2nd by Ortwein to waive fee for ZBA hearing for Dave Igna-
siak. Roll call vote. Ayes: Heinzman, Ortwein. Nays: Hadley, Wright, Howarth.
Motion by Hadley, 2nd by Ortwein to table fee schedule until next meeting. All in
Favor. Motion passed.
Motion by Chris Ortwein, 2nd by Morgan Heinzman to adjourn meeting at 8:30
pm.All in favor.
Recorded and submitted by:
Debbra Wright, Croton Township Clerk
MAPLE VALLEY TOWNSHIP
Minutes in Brief
Regular meeting of Maple Valley Township Board
September 12, 2011
Board Members present – Kain, Petersen, Betten
Board Members absent – Sanders, Miller
Regular Minutes of August 8, 2011 read and approved.
Action Items
MOTION Kain 2nd Betten to accept treasurer’s report as read. Motion Carried.
MOTION Petersen 2nd Kain to accept resolution approving special land use permit
for AT&T tower. Motion Carried.
MOTION Betten 2nd Kain to pay bills as presented Ck # 4417 through Ck # 4446 in
amount of $26,605.01. Motion Carried
Items of Interest
Next County Road Commission Meeting is October 28th- Board encouraged public
to attend meeting and address issues.
Coral Post Office received official notice of closure.
Next Regular board meeting is October 10th, 7 p.m. in Coral.
For full minutes contact Shirley Sanders Ph. 231-354-6496.
Adjournment
John Kain, Supervisor Kristy Stevenson, Deputy Clerk
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Public Hearing
Winfield Township Zoning Board of Appeals
Winfield Township Hall
15212 W. M-46, Amble
Monday, October 17, 2011
6:00 P.M.
The Zoning Board of Appeals will be hearing a request from Theresa Gill
for a nonuse variance for accessory building to be located in the front yard
on property number 59-020-027-004-21.
The Winfield Township Zoning ordinances can be referenced at either the
Reynolds Township Library in Howard City or the Tamarack Library in
Lakeview.
Any questions or comments may be directed to:
Dale Ulrich, Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman, 231-762-4329
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE CLOSE
OUT TO THE VILLAGE OF HOWARD CITY’S
MICHIGAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK
GRANT (CDBG)
PROJECT MSC 210031-DIG
The Village of Howard City will conduct a public hearing as part of their
regularly scheduled meeting on October 10, 2011 at 7:05 pm at the Village
Hall located at 125 Shaw Street, Howard City, Michigan for the purpose of
affording citizens an opportunity to submit comments on the proposed close
out to the Village of Howard City’s CDBG project.
Comment may be submitted in writing through October 7th, 2011 or made in
person at the public hearing. Citizen views and comments on the proposed
close out are welcome.
Community Name: Village of Howard City
Community Address: 125 Shaw Street, Howard City, MI 49239
Community Contact Person: Kim Alexander
Phone: 231.937.4311
MONTCALM COUNTY TREASURER
2011 NO MINIMUM BID
PUBLIC LAND AUCTION
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Montcalm County Administrative Building -
211 W. Main Street - Stanton, Michigan
(Jack Van Harn Commissioner’s Room – 3rd Floor – Old Courthouse)
Sale begins @ 9:30 a.m.
Pre-registration recommended at anytime - For more information
Check website @ www.montcalm.org
Register day of sale between 8:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.
Questions: Call 989-831-7334 or 616-225-7334 between
8 a.m. - noon & 1 - 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
Closed - Monday, October 10 - Columbus Day
Marcia A. Sawdy, Montcalm County Treasurer
Friends of the Timothy C. Hauenstein
Reynolds Township Library
MINUTES 9/14/11
Members and Guest Present: Pat Bauman, Betty Reamer, Betty MacTavish, Brenda Burgess,
Maxine Forward, Marjorie Morgan, Shirley Westveer, Kera Roesly, Linda Godley, President Vicky
Paulen, Roz Mitteer, Harriet Wahoski, Wendy Simmons, Library Director Janice Williams.
Call to Order: The meeting was called to order by President Vicky Paulen.
Approval of Minutes: Motion by Shirley W. and seconded by Brenda B. to accept the minutes
as written. All Approved.
Treasurer’s Report: Motion by Brenda B. seconded by Marjorie M to the Treasurer’s report as
presented. All Approved.
Director’s Report: Janice W.
• Reported to the group that Toddler Time will start on Monday, Sept. 19 @11:00a.m. Preschool
Storytime will start on Tues. Sept. 20 @11:00a.m.
• Library will be open on sat. 10:00 to 2:00 starting October 1, 2011.
• Used book sales netted $151.25 for Aug.
• Read a letter from Cheryl Smith, children’s Librarian asking for money to buy books for prizes
for the 2012 SRP. Motion was made by Shirley W. seconded by Betty R. for the friends to give
$600.00 to purchase books for prizes for the 2012 SRP. All Approved.
Publicity Report: Motion made by Marjorie M. seconded by Betty M. to pay The Pioneer Group
$50.00 for the ad for the Pieces of the Past program advertisement. All Approved.
OLD BUSINESS
Quilt Ticket Raffle sales: Quilt raffle committee should meet at the Edgerton Gym at 10:30 a.m.
on Sat. the 17th . Linda G. reported that the ticket sales were doing well.
NEW BUSINESS
Christmas Home Tour: Chairman Brenda B. reported that we are back to 2 homes now and we
will need 2 more to make it work. If anyone has suggestions to please let Brenda know. The
Christmas Home Tour is scheduled for Dec. 3, 2011
Local Author Program: Color of Night by Timmerman will be on Sept. 20th at 6:30 p.m. Toni
W. is in charge of this. Books are available for sale at the library for $20.00
Bobbin Lace Program: Vicky P. reported that this program is all set for Nov. 9, 2011 at 11:00
a.m. at the Library. It was decided to start the Friends meeting at 9:00 a.m. so the friends would
have time to setup the program at 11:00.
OTHER BUSINESS:
Book Club: The book for October is Secrets of Harmony Grove by Mindy Starns Clark. Pat B.
will be in charge of this book discussion at 1:30 p.m. at the Library on Monday, October 3rd.
October Used Book Sale: Oct. 13-15 at the library. FOL Members will start setting up the Used
Book Sale on Tues., Oct. 11 at 1:00 p.m.
Adjournment: Shirley W. made the motion to adjourn, seconded by Brenda B. All Approved.
Next Meeting: Wednesday, Oct. 12th, 2011 at 9:00 a.m.
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME!!
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Area Happenings run free of charge for non-profit groups.
Mail: The River Valley News Shopper, 491 W. Shaw, Howard City, MI 49329 • Fax: 231-937-4048
Email: rvshopper@pioneergroup.com • DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY 12 NOON
Help is Available:
The Mid-Michigan District Health Department offers free vision testing, as well
as hearing screening tests for all children ages 3 to 21. For more information or
to schedule an appointment, call (989) 831-3644, Monday through Friday.
Michigan Chapter of Pilots for Christ - We provide free air and ground service
for those with medical needs, pastors in need, missionaries cargo transportation.
www.pilotsforchristmi.com or call 616-636-5523.
A free Bariatric Support Group will meet the first Tuesday of each month
(beginning in February 2010) at 6:30pm in the Conference Rooms at Carson City
Hospital. For more information, contact Ellen at 989-330-4091.
Newaygo County’s newest Cancer Support Group - Whether you have been
recently diagnosed, in treatment or living beyond your cancer, meet with others
to share and offer hope for one another. Last Thursday of every month from 6:30
until 8:30 at Living Hope Physical Therapy, 977 W. 72nd St. (M-82), Newaygo,
MI. For more information contact Deb Kaminski, 231-924-7013.
Emotions Anonymous (EA) - Meetings every Wednesday, 1pm, Miracle Drop-
In Center, 310 E. Main St., Stanton. Everyone is welcome. No dues or fees.
Emotions Anonymous offers a twelve step program to help people cope with stress
in daily living and to live a healthier emotional life. Info call Carol (989)831-
8778.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS): Newaygo. Weigh in 5:30-6:10pm on
Thursdays, meeting 6:10-7:10pm. Info. Dee at (231)652-2583. • Sparta Methodist
Church. Weigh in 5:00-6:00pm on Tuesdays, meeting 6:00-7:00pm. Info. Betty at
(616)691-7120. • White Cloud, Commission on Aging. Weigh in 5:25-5:55pm
on Thursdays, meeting 6:00-7:00pm. 93 Gibbs St. • Lakeview, New Life United
Methodist Church. Weigh in 5:45-6:10pm on Mondays, meeting 6:15-7:15pm.
East M-46. • Lakeview, New Life United Methodist Church. Weigh in 9:30am
on Wednesdays, meeting 10:00-11:00am. East M-46. • Sand Lake, Resurrection
Lutheran Church. Weigh in 8:30-9:00am on Tuesdays, meeting 9:15-10:00am.
180 Northland Dr. • Howard City, Howard City VFW Hall, Thursdays weigh-
in 4:15-5:10pm, meeting 5:15-6:00pm. First meeting free. For information call
231-937-4441.
Grief Recovery Support Group Weekly Meetings Tuesdays 9:30-11:00am,
Pierson Bible Church, ministries building, 101 Grand St., Pierson, Michigan.
Call 636-5542 or 636-5680 for info.
Emphysema Support Group Meetings 2nd Tuesday of month, 5:30pm, Health
Department, White Cloud.
Addictions Program: Feel trapped in addiction? There is an answer! Reformers
Unanimous. A caring addiction program for any addiction, offered at Bills Lake
Baptist Church, 8549 Swan Ave., 7 miles east of Newaygo. Every Friday night
7-9p.m. Info. call 652-9940.
Rebos House 10 N. First Street, Cedar Springs, Michigan. Meeting Days &
Times: Monday-7pm, Big Book Meeting-Open; Tuesday-12Noon-Open, 5:30-
6:30pm Women’s-Open, 7:00pm Men’s-Open; Wednesday-7:00pm 12&12 12
Steps Traditions-Open; Thursday-12Noon-Open, 7:00pm-Open, 7:00pm-Closed
(N/S) nonsmoking, 7:00pm-Alanon; Friday-All Open-12Noon, 7:00pm, 9:00pm;
Saturday-All Open-8:30am, 10:00am, 7:00pm; Sunday-All Open-9:00am,
2:00pm, 7:00pm.; Friday-7:00pm-Young People of Addictions-Open. Contact
Sandy W. 616-636-8253. Last Thursday every month speakers meeting, 7:30pm.
Arrive early if you want convenient parking.
Teen 12-Step Meeting (Help and support for staying alcohol and drug free).
Wednesdays 7-8pm, White Cloud United Methodist Church, 1125 Newell
Street, White Cloud. No cost, anonymous.
Overeaters Anonymous - Do you eat when you’re not hungry? Binge
for no apparent reason? No Dues…We are a fellowship. FREMONT: First
Congregational Church, 714 Hillcrest, Thursday, 10:45-11:45. Contact 689-
6553, Marge.
Drug Problem? Narcotics Anonymous Now Meeting on Thursdays, 7pm,
United Methodist Church, 1125 Newell St., White Cloud. (C, NS, BT)
Newaygo Al-Anon Meeting, 7:30pm, Monday. 18 Justice St., next to St. Marks
Episcopal Church, behind City Hall.
Teen 12-Step Meeting Seventh Day Adventist-Baptist Church, 984 Wilcox
Street, White Cloud (next to the Teen Center) Tuesday 7:00-8:00pm.
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault 24 Hour Crisis Line: If you are living with
physical, emotional, or verbal abuse, Call 1-800-374-WISE. Serving Mecosta,
Osceola and Newaygo Counties.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: If you think you have a problem drinking,
please call. Let no disabilities keep you away. We are accessible to you - 652-5574.
O = Open Meeting, C = Alcoholics Only.
CEDAR SPRINGS: East Nelson United Methodist Church. 9024 18 Mile Rd.
between Tisdel & Keller Ave. Saturdays at 10am. Open meeting, AA - Alanon.
Non Smoking. Call Sandy M. 616-696-3205.
MORLEY: Open Meeting. Smoking allowed. 19180 Monroe, Morley. Call Darryl
for more info. (616) 826-0859.
SPARTA: Sparta United Methodist Church, Monday 7:00pm; Monday, 7:30pm,
Frank 678-4534, Wednesdays, 12noon, Harold 678-7508, Wednesdays, 8:00pm,
Anggie 887-9952; Sparta Baptist Church, Fridays 7:30pm, Roger 887-8508
(Spanish Speaking)
KENT CITY: Kent City Baptist Church, Friday 12noon, Rick or Tonya 675-
7663
SAND LAKE: Sand Lake Alcoholics Anonymous/NA: (AA/NA Closed
Meeting - Women Only). Sand Lake United Methodist Church (Bldg next to
the church), corner of Maple Street and Sixth Street, Tuesday at 7:00pm. (front
door entrance).
CROTON-HARDY: New Croton Township Hall, 5833 Division, Fri. 8pm - C;
Sun. 7pm - O
HOWARD CITY: VFW Hall, 1/2 mile south of Howard City, Larry 616-723-
5081, Wed. 7:30pm - O
GRANT: Community Bldg., 105 S. Front- 678-7508, Wed. 7:00pm - O.; Sun.
7:00pm - O
FREMONT: St Johns Episcopal, 124 Sullivan TUES., WEDS. & FRI.: Noon-O;
NCCS Building, 6308 S. Warner First SAT. of the month 6:30 Potlock 7:30
Speaker - O, SUN. 11:00am - O; Fremont Christian Church, 10 E. Elm MON. -
THURS. 12 Noon - O TUES. Al-Anon: 8:00pm SAT. 11AM - O.
Al-Anon: Tues. 8pm; Al-A teen: Tues. 8pm
NEWAYGO: St. Bartholomew Church, NS, 599 Brooks - Basement - John 924-
8027, Mon. 7:30pm - C; Step Mtg.; Thurs. 7:30pm - C
Newaygo Area Alano Club: 8406 Mason/M-37, Behind Tracy’s Custom River
Boats, just North of Speedway Unit #3. Mon. Noon (O), 7:30pm; Tues. Noon,
7:30pm; Wed. Noon, 7:30pm; Thurs. Noon, 7:30pm; Fri. Noon, 5:30pm (Men
only), 7:30pm (NON-Smoking - Women only – all types of recovery welcome);
Sat. Noon, 7:30pm (3
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Sat. of month is open, non-smoking, potluck dinner 6:30p,
speaker meeting 7:30p, with game night following); Sun. 1:00pm, 7:30pm (O).
WHITE CLOUD: Mental Health Bldg. - Basement, 1049 Newell - 689-1779-
Non-Smoking, Mon. & Wed. 8pm - C
SELF-HELP GROUP FOR EMOTIONAL OR MENTAL PROBLEMS:
Is your ability to function and live a normal life impaired because you have an
emotional or mental problem? Is stress, depression, anger, anxiety, panic attacks,
substance abuse or fear getting in the way of you being able to really “live”?
Newaygo County meeting, Fridays, 5:00pm, United Methodist Church, 240
Williams Street, White Cloud. For more information, call 689-7330, or toll-free,
1-800-968-7330.
Dr. and Pierce Rd.) Call Bonnie @ 231-823-8002.
Hospice of Michigan – Offers Living on Support Group 2nd
Wednesday of each month from 2:00pm – 3:00pm at Vera’s House located
at 18 Justice St in Newaygo. For more information please call Diane Snyder
at 231-924-6123 or 800-837-3630.
The Howard City Harvest Festival Committee meets 2nd Wednesday
of month, 7:00pm, @ Timothy C. Hauenstein Reynolds Township Library.
Volunteers are needed. Info. Call Cheryl @ 231-937-5686.
Mecosta County Sheriff’s Posse meets at 7p.m. the second Thursday of
each month in the basement of the Mecosta County jail. Looking for new
members. For more information call (231) 796-0966.
Free Clothing for those in need - Seventh Day Adventist Church, 8060
M-46, Lakeview, in the Community Building behind the church. Thursdays
from 1-4pm.
Free Western Square Dance Lessons - Newaygo St. Bartholomew’s
Church - Thursday 3:30pm-6:00pm. Call Carole (231)652-6183.
Bingo - ongoing every Fri. night at Renner Lobker VFW Post # 3306, 1001
Ensley St., Howard City. Doors open at 5pm, sales begin at 5:30 and game
begins at 6:30. Everyone Welcome!
Fish Fry every 2nd and 4th Thursday from 5 - 7pm at the Howard City
VFW Post 3306, 1001 S. Ensley Rd.
Come sew at Heritage United Methodist Church on Fridays from
10am to 3pm. Bring your machine and call for supply list. New projects
every week. Call Debbie Castle at 231-354-6910 for more details or email at
dcastle@pathwaysnet.com. Everyone welcome.
Greenville Auction & Flea Market - Every Friday at the Old Meijer
Store in Greenville on M-91. Flea market starts at 7:00am, Auction at
10:00am. Vendors and consignors wanted. Call 616-225-9999 or email
wwauctions@yahoo.com.
Howard City Farmers Market is open on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm.
Family Farm & Home Small Animals Sell and Swap 139 W River Dr,
Newaygo 2nd Saturday of the month 8am-Noon 231-856-4641.
Gospel Jam @ Grace Community Church 9920 Reed Rd, Howard City,
MI 4th Saturday of each month from 6pm to 8pm in the fellowship hall.
For more info, please call the church @ 231-937-6440 or Gene @ 231-937-
2036.
Every Sunday Sheridan VFW Post 5065 FREE Veteran’s Breakfast
for Veterans and/or wives (companions) or widows at 209 W Washington
7:30am-8:45am.
Attention Seniors - Howard City Action Center, 132 E. Edgerton, open 7
days a week. Call Karen West or Dawny Kniffen 231-937-5950 for weekly
schedule of events. Noon lunches Tues, Wed, Thurs.
Library Happenings:
Pumpkin Carving — Kent District Library - Sand Lake Branch - Do you
want to make the coolest pumpkin ever? Funny! Scary! Beautiful! Here is
your chance. Bring your pumpkin to the library for ideas, samples, tools,
craft supplies and easy clean-up. Adult participation required. Saturday,
October 15, 10:30am
Let’s go shopping! Want to go shopping in Frankenmuth or Birch Run
but don’t want to drive. We have the answer! For the low cost of $35 you
can spend the day at both or just Birch Run’s Outlet Mall. We are going
Saturday, November 19th, we will be leaving the Grant Area District
Library at 7:30am and returning around 10pm. Call the library today and
reserve your spot. 231-834-5713 ext 100.
The Timothy C. Hauenstien Reynolds Township Library will be
having Toddler Time every Monday morning at 11am. There will be
stories, crafts, songs and activities for the toddlers. Toddler Time is for
children ages 18 months - 3 years old. If you have any questions please call
the library at 231-937-5575.
If you have ever wanted to join a bowling league, but can’t lift the
ball or play a round of tennis without running around the court,
then join the Grant Area District Library every Monday between 4
and 5pm to play Wii Sports. This fun gaming system allows the armchair
athlete all the fun of playing the game, but without the need to sweat.
Baseball, tennis, golf and bowling are among the games that will be played
these Monday afternoons. So bring a friend and come to the Library on
Monday and see what a good sport you can be! For more information, call
the Library at 231-834-5713. Have fun, get involved and come play Wii
with us.
The Timothy C. Hauenstien Reynolds Township Library will be
having Preschool Storytime every Tues. morning at 11am. There will be
stories, crafts, songs and activities for the Preschoolers. We will be learning
about letters each week. Preschool Storytime is for children 3-5 years old. If
you have any questions please call the library at 231-937-5575.
The Friends of the Grant Area District Library meet at 10am on the
third Tuesday of the month in the Community Room. All interested persons
are welcome to attend. The library is located at 122 Elder St. in Grant.
The Friends of the Croton Township Library meet the first Wednesday
of each month at 1:00pm at the library. Please come if interested in helping
your local library.
The Friends of Timothy C. Hauenstein Reynolds Township Library
meet the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 9am in the community room
at the library. We welcome you to join us for food, fellowship and an
opportunity to contribute to the well being of our local library. The library
is located at 117 W. Williams St., Howard City, MI 49329. Phone 231-937-
5575.
Friends of the White Cloud Community Library meet monthly, the
first Thursday at 1:00 p.m. The library is located at 1038 Wilcox in White
Cloud. Everyone is welcome.
Shelf Life Book Club - meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:00 PM
at the Tamarack District Library in Lakeview. Book titles are published in
the Shelf Life Book Club brochure and on the Monthly Event Flyers at the
library.
Wiggles and Giggles - is a toddler story time program, at 10:30 AM every
Friday at the Tamarack District Library in Lakeview that brings stories,
songs, crafts and activity to your child.
The Newaygo Area Friends of the Library Bookstore, at Newaygo
City Hall, open every Friday, 10am to 6pm and Memorial Day and Labor
Day Weekends with hundreds of books at Bargain Prices. Proceeds for new
Library Building Fund.
Upcoming Events:
The Newaygo County Mobile Food Pantry is scheduled at the following
locations to distribute free food to individuals and families in need. Most
food distributions take approximately one hour. Please do not arrive more
than 30 minutes prior to the scheduled delivery time. Bring your own
container to hold 50 lbs. of food. You will check in upon arrival unless
otherwise stated. Saturday, September 24th, 1pm, Grant Wesleyan Church,
Grant - please call 231-834-7222 to pre-register; Tuesday, September 27th,
5pm, River Valley Community Church, Newaygo.
Pierson Outdoor Market, 21751 Cannonsville Rd. Pierson, next to
Sticks-N-Stones Etc. and J&H Family Stores. 10am to 6pm $10 Spot. Sept.
24th open jam 10am to 3pm. For more information call Stacy at 616-636-
8677 or stop in to Sticks-N-Stones. Check us out on FACEBOOK/Pierson
Outdoor Market or www.sticks-n-stonesetc.com.
Original Gospel Jamboree - Sept. 24th, 6:30pm potluck, 7pm music.
Amazing Grace Acres Church, M37 and Woodland Park Dr., Brohman.
Featuring: The Staffmen Quartet, Faith Gospel Team and Lucky Fulton
MC. Everyone Welcome!
Please Join Us to support Cowden Lake Bible Academy’s (CLBA’S)
Silent Auction & Sale. Why: To help offset the rising cost of fuel to heat
the building and much needed building repair. When: Saturday, September
24, 2011 at 2pm. Where: Coral Community Building, Coral, MI. If unable
to attend, donations can be made to CLBA and mailed to Sherry Elhert/
School Auction, 4391 N. Bailey Rd. Coral, MI. 49322. For questions or Tax
ID # contact the school at 231-354-6309.
Tri County Senior All Nighter Parent Meeting - Next meeting
is Monday, Sept. 26th at 6:45pm in the Library at the Tri County High
School.
“Global Day of Student Prayer” — Tri County students will join
millions of students around the world Wednesday, Sept. 28, for a special
7:30am chapel service at the middle and High School and to gather around
the school flagpole for their school, their cites and their nation. The theme
verse for this year’s “Global Day of Student Prayer” is Jesus word from
Matthew 18:20, “For where two or three come together in my name, there
am I with them.” The public is invited to join. Call 616-862-1174 for more
information.
Senior Lunch — Pine Grove Senior Cafe Present Ma & Pa’s Home
Cooking. Ma invites all those age 60 and older, to enjoy a plate of her Beef
Stroganoff & Noodles with a veggie and desert yet to be named. Pa opens
the Cafe Wednesday the 28th of September at Noon in our Family Life
Center on the North West corner of Beech & M-82. Ya’ll come by now
ya-hear.
The AWANA program at Huggard Bible Church starts Sept. 28th
at 6:30pm. Please pre-register at the church, 8860 21 Mile Rd., seven miles
east of Sand Lake Village, at any Sunday morning service which begins at
9:30am or during Sunday School classes at 11am. AWANA is for children
pre-k to 6th grade. Youth ministry for grades 7-12 also begins Sept. 28th at
6:30pm. Call 616-636-5561 for more details.
Rockford Chapter Ducks Unlimited. Thursday, September 29, 2011,
doors open at 5:00pm. Rockford Sportsman Club, 11115 Northland Drive.
To have fun and support the preservation and restoration of wetlands in
Michigan and throughout North America. If you have questions, please
contact either Ryan Wheeler or Tom Hackbardt at 616-866-4666 .
Wildcat Pride Runfest: 10k-5k run/walk-1 mile track walk fun runs for
kids, Sunday, October 2nd, 2011, 2pm Start Time. All early registrants will
receive a race packet, raffle ticket for door prizes, t-shirt (indicate size on
entry form). Late registrants are not guaranteed a t-shirt. Pre-registration
by September 25th, 2011. Kids runs 1-9 Free, 5k run/walk $20, 10k run
$20. Packet pick up: early pick up and late registration - Saturday , Oct.
1st, 4:30-7pm at Lakeveiw High School, Race day pick up and registration
- Sunday, Oct. 2nd, 11:30am-1pm at Lakeview High School. Register:
www.wildcatpriderunfest.com or fill out an entry form with payment to:
Wildcat Pride Runfest, 5451 Hillman Rd., Lakeview, MI. 48850. For more
information contact: Michelle Outman 616-824-9100.
MCC’s cultural trip to Stratford is Oct. 14 - MCC offers a one-day
cultural trip to Statford Ontario, Canada to see Shakespeare’s “Twelfth
Night”. Buses depart from MCC at 6am and return about midnight. Buses
also stop at Meijer in Ionia to pick up and drop off participants. The cost
is $25 for students and $60 for nonstudents. Registration begins Sept.2
for students and Sept. 24 for nonstudents. Payment is due at the time of
registration. Payment methods include cash, check or credit card. Anyone
planning to participate must have an enhanced driver’s license, United
States Passport or Passport Card that is valid through Oct. 2011. To register
visit MCC’s Business Office in the Donald C. Burns Administration/Library
Building or call 989-328-1213. For more information contact MCC’s
Performing Arts Coordinator Valerie VanderMark at valv@montcalm.edu
or call 989-328-1218.
Crafters get ready for “New Life UMC’s 5th Annual Craft Sale 2011”.
Dates & Time: Fri., Oct. 14th, 9am-4pm, Sat., Oct. 15th, 9am-2pm. The
United Methodist Women & Men will again be providing refreshments.
We have room for 30 crafters. We charge $10 per space, per day. For your
registration and information packet call Carol 989-818-1190 or Nancy 517-
599-8086.
Cancer Benefit for Cathy Cooper - Oct. 22nd, 1pm-11:30pm, American
Legion in Kent City, 14111 Ball Creek Rd.
Flea Market - Every Saturday, thru Oct 29, 9am – 3pm. Flea Market will be
in our Mel Trotter Sparta Store parking lot. Booth spaces available. Please
call 616-887-4021 for information on booth rentals.
The Tri County H.S. Band Boosters are accepting applications now
through Nov. 4th for our Holiday Craft Bazaar located at Tri County
High School, 24338 Kendaville Rd., Howard City. This will be held the
same day as our Christmas Concert on Sunday, Dec. 11th from 11am-5pm.
Booth sizes available are 5x12 or 7x10 and rental fee is $25. Please contact
Suki VanSweden at 616-636-5464 to reserve your space.
Old fashioned square dance - Howard City VFW $5/mo, year round,
Monday 1-4pm, Potluck at 2:15pm. Call Carole (231)652-6183.
Lakeview Seniors — Come early (1:00) for cards, games, refreshments
and social time. The LV Seniors meet the 1st Tuesday of each month. Come
join us, bring a friend.
Life Style Change, Weight loss etc @ Natures Atrium every Tues 6:30pm-
7:30pm Call 231-937-9370.
Interested in local, healthy food sources, preparation, and
informative discussions? Westen A Price Foundation meetings 6:30pm
every 3rd Tuesday of every month at Stanwood Free Methodist (Stanwood
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estates. Unbelievable variety,
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at (231)652-5757.
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Joint Pain and Food Sensitivities
This is the un-edited story of one woman’s journey with food allergies and arthritis. She wrote because she wants some help with
bone spurs.
Fifteen years ago, I had pain from neck to toe. Was diagnosed with osteoarthritis and told that I could feel encouraged because of
the great advancements in joint replacements. I told the rheumatologist that I was hopeful it wouldn’t get to that, and she predicted
that I would be in a wheelchair in ten years if I wasn’t willing to consider joint replacements.
I went on a 7-day Sonne’s fast and cleanse and all pain disappeared. I added foods back very carefully and over time (and a couple
more fasts) discovered what gave me pain: wheat, dairy, carrots, lemons, soy, and safflower oil. Since then I have controlled my diet
and have taken glucosamine sulfate, and chondroitin sulfate. No joint replacements yet.
I took up bike riding last year, work as a school counselor in a large two-story building and am up and down stairs all day with no
difficulty. So, I think my food avoidance has worked well for me.
I did suffer a recurrence of symptoms some years back and after weeks of puzzlement, and distortions to my finger joints, I discovered
that stearic acid in tablets and capsules is a problem for me.
When the attack of thumb arthritis hit a few months ago, I had not changed anything, or so I thought for three weeks of pain. Finally,
in desperation, it occurred to me that one of my supplements could have changed. When I went through them, reading every label, I
discovered that the Carlson people had added safflower oil to the vitamin D I had taken for years. I immediately stopped taking it and
the pain subsided within a day. Soon after, I ate one of Pamela’s Ginger Cookies (Pamela’s products had been a trusted friend for years)
and I experienced thumb pain. Read the label to find safflower oil. Same experience with Trader Joe’s Black Bean Enchiladas, Food for
Life’s China Black Rice Bread, and virtually all the baked goods from the gluten-free bakery I have frequented for six years. The way I see
it, I could tolerate small amounts of that wretched oil, but when I ingested a dose everyday, my immune system reacted.
However, right after discovering the oil in my Vit. D, I purchased a roasted chicken from my local market so
that I could have easy meals during a busy week at school. Thumb pain all week. Stopped eating the chicken
and pain subsided. I asked them if they used safflower oil on their roasted chickens and they said no. I didn’t
believe them. Last week, feeling a cold coming on, I put together a pot of chicken soup, using Pacific’s Organic
Chicken Broth and organic chicken thighs. Pain after one bowl. So, chicken is on my list of avoid foods.
The bone spurs are not pleasant, but are not horrible when I stay away from offending foods. Yesterday
my pain seemed to be from more than just the spurs. Was it the beef I ate for lunch? Was it the bike ride and
over use of that spur laden joint? My body seems to sing when I eat salmon, so I’ll try to keep to that all week.
Love it but anything gets tiresome over time.
I share this to illustrate how the foods we eat can cause inflammation in our genetically weakest system. Pay
attention. You may also be affected by the foods you eat. We will recommend Herbal Hydrangea one three
times per day and Homeopathic Calcerea Carbonicum 6C one pellet per day for the spurs in the hands and
thumbs. Stay tuned for the results.
Put Your Health in Your Own Hands. Bob Huttinga PA-C. 989-352-6500.
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CHURCH DIRECTORY
Rev. Darryl Miller
Phone: 616-636-5673
Worship Service 9:30 am
Children’s Church 9:30 am
~ FOR RENT ~
Church Ed. Building with fully
equipped kitchen. Make reservations
now for your parties, family reunions,
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Call Crystal Gould at 616-636-5615
$65.00 Rental, additional $25.00
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• NO ALCOHOL •
SAND LAKE
UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
45 6th St. • Sand Lake
Emmanuel
Baptist
Church
16028 Isabella St. • Coral
Morning Worship 10 am
Sunday School 11:15 am
Evening Service 6 pm
Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm
Pastor Bert Boes
231-354-6347
231-354-6311
Gospel Jamboree
3rd Sat. of the month.
A warm welcome awaits you at
BIG PRAIRIE
COMMUNITY
CHURCH
1988 S. Elm, White Cloud
(2 mi. N. of Hilltop Store - Hardy Dam)
Sunday Worship 9:30 am
Sunday School 10:45 am
Pastor Arnold Guikema Jr.
Ph. 231-689-0255
or 231-689-1850
304 Shaw St. • Howard City
Celebrating 135 Years of
Ministry in Howard City
Sunday School ..................... 9:45 am
Morning Worship ............... 11:00 am
Evening Worship .................6:00 pm
Wednesday 6:30 - 8:15 pm
Awana (grades K-6th)
Teen Activity Center
Adults Bible Study & Prayer 6:30 pm
Pastor Brian Humphreys
Associate Pastor Paul Austin
Church Phone: 231-937-4809
www.howardcitybaptist.com
First Baptist
Church
HERITAGE
United Methodist Church
19931 W. Kendaville • Pierson
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Sunday School 9:30 am*
Sunday Youth Activities 5:30 pm*
Wed.: Kids Club 6 pm*
*September to May
Brad Brillhart, Pastor
Office Phone
231-937-4310
9920 Reed Rd., Howard City
Non Denominational
Sunday Morning
Worship Service 10 am
Sunday Evening Service &
Youth Group 6 pm
Mens & Womens Discipleship
groups offered throughout the week.
For more info, call or visit our web site at:
www.grace-hc.org
Email: grace@oneisp.net
Pastor Joel Cooper
Pastor Jorge Ballivian
231-937-6440 or 937-6833
Corner of Cypress & 136th
www.ensleyumc.org
Rev. Darryl Miller
Office: 616-636-5659
Sunday Worship 11 am
Sunday School 9:45 am
Open Hearts, Open Minds,
Open Doors
South Ensley
United
Methodist
Church
You’re Invited To…
Pierson
Bible Church
101 Grand • Pierson, MI
Sunday School – 9:45 am
Worship – 11:00 am
Evening – 6:00 pm
Teens – 5:30 pm
Tuesday - Grief Share 9:00 am
Wed. Services – 6:00 pm
BLAST during school year – 6-7:15 pm
Ladies Bible Study – 1:00 pm
Ladies J.O.Y. meets 1st Thursday
of the month at 1:00 pm
Pastor Thomas Sluys
616-636-5542
www.piersonbiblechurch.org
CHURCH OF THE
FULL GOSPEL
(Since 1946)
Non-Denominational
Pentecostal Grace
180 E. Lake St.
SAND LAKE
1 block E. of Traffic Light
Sunday School 10 am
Sunday Morning 11 am
Sunday Night 6 pm
Wed. Bible Study 7 pm
Pastor Verta Giddings
(616) 636-5628
Pastor Gary Giddings
(616) 799-0331
Northland
Church of Christ
A non-denominational
New Testament Church
Sunday Worship ....................... 10 AM
Bible School for all ages ..... 11:30 AM
(Staffed nursery available)
Matt. 6:33
“Christ in you, the hope of glory”
- Cor. 1:27
Mr. Dan Nicksich,
Senior Pastor
9891 Mason Dr. • Grant
M-37 South of Newaygo
231-834-9910
231-937-4921
Pastor Steven Frentz
Worship Service 9:30 am
Sunday School 10:45 am
Sat. Night Service 5:00
Youth Activities - Call Church
www.bethellutheranchurchonline.org
Bethel
Lutheran
Church
M-46 East of Old 131
Rent this
space.
Call for details.
231-937-4740
1-888-937-4740
St. Margaret Mary
Catholic Church
Sunday Morning Worship
9 AM
Tues. & Thurs. Morning
Worship
8:30 AM
Rev. Joseph Pettit
1051 E. Howard City Rd.
Edmore
989-427-5645
110 Edgar St. • Lakeview
1 Mile North of M-46 on Youngman Rd.
Sunday Morning Worship
9:30 am
Sunday School • 11 am
Sunday Evening Bible Study
6 pm
Wednesday Kids Program &
Prayer Meeting • 7 pm
Other Opportunities: Choir,
Small Group Bible Studies,
& Youth Groups
989-352-6836
Join Us
In
Worship
Knowing, Growing, Going
An Evangelical Free Church
of America
53 E. 88th Street • Newaygo, MI 49337
Sunday Worship at 10:30 am
Wednesday Prayer Meeting at 6:30 pm
Wednesday Sr. & Jr. High Youth
Meetings at 7:00 pm
Thursday Women’s Bible Study and
GAP Men’s Group at 7:00 pm

Pastor Jim Groenink
231-652-9461
www.rvccnewaygo.com
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space.
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231-937-4740
1-888-937-4740
Deerfield
Bible Church
To know Christ and
to make Christ known.
759 150th Avenue • Morley
Pastor Frank Taylor
231-580-9649
Sunday School • 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service • 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service • 6:00 p.m.
Wed. Prayer Meeting • 6:30 p.m.
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Resurrection
Lutheran Church
and Preschool
180 Northland Drive, Sand Lake
616-636-5502
Worship service 9:30 am
(Nursery provided)
Sunday school (All ages)
10:45 (Fall)
Youth Group (6-12th grade)
Sun. 6-8pm (Fall)
Preschool 3 & 4 years old
(Now registering)
PINE GROVE
Community Church
A Christian Reformed
Ministry
Sunday Service 10 am
Boys & Girls Clubs
Wednesday at 7 pm
Teen Activities - Call Church
231-937-5250
On M-82, 5 miles west of
Howard City
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050 Help Wanted
CEDAR SPRINGS PUBLIC Schools
Bus Drivers: If you love kids and have
what it takes to be a professional driver,
WE NEEDYOU! Applicants must have a
clean driving record and be able to meet
medical requirements. Selected candi-
dates will also be subject to criminal
background checking and on-going drug
and alcohol testing. No CDL? No prob-
lem. Training begins soon! Applications
are available at Cedar Springs Public
Schools District Office at 204 E.
Muskegon St., Cedar Springs or on our
website www.csredhawks.org Send let-
ter of interest, district application, resume
and three letters of recommendation to:
Human Resources, 204 E. Muskegon
St., Cedar Springs, MI 49319
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Receive earnings with Phone Direc-
tory Services. If you are looking for a
competitive salary with an estab-
lished account base and unlimited
growth please apply. Sales territory
would include: Osceola, Lake, Mecos-
ta, Montcalm, Newaygo, Isabella,
Gratiot and Clare Counties. Appli-
cants must be highly motivated and
possess a strong work ethic. Depend-
able transportation is a must. Com-
pensation is based on salary plus
commissions, benefit package includ-
ing 401(K) and health. Mail resume'
and cover letter to: PDS Phone Direc-
tory Services, Attn: Nina Jones, 115
N. Michigan, Big Rapids, MI 49307
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS is
upon us, and Mpi is looking for some
women to come join our team of fundrais-
ing for the cause. Must have own vehi-
cle, and be able to work 40 hours a
week, Sun. thru Thursday. This is a per-
manent job, year round. Paid weekly,
earn $8-11.50 hr. Men are welcomed as
well and call for public safety groups.
Call (231)796-9286 for interview.
TOOL & DIE: CS Tool Engineering, Inc.
is currently taking applications for the
following 2nd shift positions: Foreman,
Moldmaker, Gundrill Operator and CNC
Machinist. Experience in any of these posi-
tions is a plus. These positions are for full
time employment with benefits. Apply in
person or email resume to:
cste@cste.com for more information
about CS Tool Engineering, Inc. you may
visit our website at www.cste.com
090 Business
Services
AAA CONCRETE, DRIVEWAYS
removed and replaced, sidewalks, patios
to retaining walls. Seawalls repaired,
removed & replaced. Licensed and
insured. 231-834-0365.
CJ'S CLEANING, PROFESSIONALLY
trained. Will clean homes or businesses.
Call 616-205-6954.

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Irregular Heart Beats: My Pounding Heart
United Hospital
Fall
Community
Education
Series
Presented by Dr. Nagib Chalfoun, Cardiac Electrophysiology,
West Michigan Heart – a member of Spectrum Health.
This is a free informational event.
When: Tuesday, September 27
6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: Spectrum Health United Hospital Conference Center
615 S. Bower Street, Greenville, MI 48838
Many people experience the feeling of an irregular or fast heartbeat.
Dr. Chalfoun will explore all causes of this condition and treatment
options for those experiencing it.
Community Health Talks are free to attend, but registration is required.
To register please call: 616.225.6420.
Fully “We
Go All
Over!”
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• Tree & Stump Removal & Trimming
• Shrub Removal & Trimming
• Tree Bracing & Repair
• Lot Clearing
• Storm Clean Up • Pruning
SENIOR DISCOUNT • Call For a FREE ESTIMATE
Serving Montcalm, Kent, Newaygo,
Mecosta, Osceola Counties and more!!
Also Canadian Lakes area!!
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1-800-982-4540 or 231-937-5607
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7441 West 48th St. (M-82)
Fremont, MI 49412
231-924-3540
Fax: 231-924-6433
1-800-303-3540
“Where your search for service ends.”
Ensing’s
WaterCare, Inc.
535 E. Main • Fremont
231-924-2310
313 Vesta • Six Lakes
989-365-3232
www.newaygocountytourism.com
Come lose yourself in the moment…
877.500.2570 • 4684 South Evergreen (M37) • Newaygo, MI 49337
Your Local Sweet Shoppe
• Cakes • Candy • Ice Cream
Gourmet Caramel Apples Now In Season
www.tastycakery.com
Downtown Fremont 231-924-3842
V
REDEVEL D’S
8 W. Main • Fremont, MI 49412
Since 1909…
231-924-3920
Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 7 pm • Sat. 8 am - 5:30 pm • Closed Sun.
The Family Shoe Store
Serving Fremont and Newaygo County
for the last 100 years
Phone: 231-924-0770 7 East Main Street
Fax: 231-924-9248 Fremont, Michigan 49412
Email: info@fremontcommerce.com www.fremontcommerce.com
124 S. Stewart • Fremont
231-924-0222
www.trufitbirkenstock.com
Your Comfort
Shoe Store
Keen • Merrell • Naot
Brooks • New Balance
Birkenstock
Haflinger • Dansko
and more!
Oct. 6th & Oct. 8th
SAVE 10%
Storewide (excludes Ugg)
NEW for 2011 – HAY ART sponsored by Choice One Bank! Look for festival
hay art located throughout Fremont! Be sure to vote for your favorite
with canned goods in the Fremont Chamber office, 7 E. Main Street! All
canned goods collected will be donated to Tru North’s Food Pantry.
Thursday, October 6
• Flea Market 9 AM - 5 PM – Fremont Christian Church, 10 E. Elm Street –
Sponsored by Spanky’s Pizza
• Harvest Time Parade 6 PM featuring the Harvest Festival Family – Parade Route is
Darling Avenue to Main Street, east on Main to Weaver, south on Weaver to Sheridan, east on
Sheridan to Merchant. Parade is sponsored by Gerber Federal Credit Union. Harvest Festi-
val Family made possible by Pine Medical Group. The Richard & Joan Kokx Family is the
2011 Harvest Festival Family. Congratulate the Kokx family when you see them.
• Pumpkin Bowling immediately following the parade –Veterans Memorial Park –
Sponsored by Hi-Lites Graphics
• NEW…Hot Shot Basketball – Veterans Memorial Park, 3 point &
free throw tournaments!
Cost $5, cash prizes.
• Seed Spitting Contest following the parade –Veterans Memorial Park
Sponsored by Newaygo County Title
• Dogs on the Green 4 PM – 7:30 PM Veterans Memorial Park –
Serving Foot Long Hotdogs!
• Farmers Market 4 PM – 8 PM - Veterans Memorial Park
• NEW…Pedal Pulls, following the parade in Veterans Memorial Park.
• Enjoy fresh apple cider and doughnuts compliments of Chemical Bank, 6PM to 9PM,
Veterans Memorial Park
• Pumpkin Decorating Contest - Fremont Moose Lodge -
Sponsored by Women of the Moose
• Moonlight Madness Sales 6 PM – 9 PM Downtown Area Businesses -
Sponsored by the North Central Co-Op
• Sidewalk Star Party 7-9:30 PM Veterans Memorial Park -
Sponsored by Newaygo Co. Dark Sky Astronomers
Friday, October 7
• Flea Market 9 AM - 5 PM – Fremont Christian Church, 10 E. Elm Street –
Sponsored by Spanky’s Pizza
• Antique Tractor Show 12 noon – 7 PM Veterans Memorial Park -
Made possible by Deur Implement, Reeman Farm Equipment, Pells Farms Service,
(weather permitting)
• NEW… Harvest Pig Roast – 3:30 PM to 7 PM, Veterans Memorial Park –
Sponsored by the Fremont Junior Packers.
Cost is $6.00 for roasted pork, potato salad, baked beans, roll and beverage.
• Fall Photo Contest 5:30 PM, The ArtsPlace, sponsored by NCCA
• Pumpkin/Apple Recipe Contest 6:00 PM Veterans Memorial Park –
Sponsor is Treasured Images by Jeffrey
• NEW…Square Dance – 7 PM Fremont Marketplace,
Hosted by Church of the Living Christ.
Saturday, October 8
• Antique Tractor Show 9 AM – 3:00 PM Veterans Memorial Park, brought to you by
Reeman Farm Equipment, Deur Implement, Pells Farm Service, & The Power Shop
(weather permitting)
• Fall Harvest Hike & Bike, registration 8:00 AM
Brought to you by the Koffee Kuppe & KP Cycles Plus, Branstrom Park
• Pumpkin Roll, 9 AM – 12:30 PM Sponsored by Hair by Joan & Co, Branstrom Park
• Wessling Observatory Harvest Moon Star Party – 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
• Taste of Fremont, 4 PM – 7 PM, Fremont Marketplace.
Sponsored by Newaygo County Service Employees Credit Union
• NEW…Corn Hole Tournament – 4 PM to 8 PM, Fremont Marketplace.
Registration on-site. Cash entrance fee & Cash prizes.
Saturday, October 8 (cont.)
• Beverage Tent, 4 PM – 11:30 PM ~ Fremont Market Place Pavilion ~
Braunschweiger Blues Band! Free Food! Cover Charge!
Sponsored by Fremont Animal Hospital,
The Party Station, H & S Companies, and Basic Communications.
It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown!
See if your pumpkin patch grows the biggest pumpkin!
Take your pumpkin to North Central Co-Op before
Tuesday, October 4th to be weighed. Questions please call (231) 924-0770,
Fremont Chamber of Commerce.
Thanks to all of our sponsors!
Fremont Harvest Festival Gold Sponsor: North Central Co-Op
General & In-kind Sponsors: Harmon Inc., Nieboer Electric, Fremont Area Community
Foundation, City of Fremont, Fremont Police Department, Fremont DPW, NBFF Queen’s
Court, Tamarac, Awards n More, Todd Greiner Farms, Fremont Lanes, Fremont McDon-
ald’s, FHS FFAAlumni, FPS, Dale Berens, Rick Mansfield Sounds “R” Us, Empower-
ment Network, Mellema Nursery, Fremont Insurance Co, Wal-Mart Super Center, Choice
One Bank, Jan & Keith Breuker, Heritage Farm Market, Kokx Farms,
Paulsen Heating & Cooling, Greenstone Farm Credit Services, Bill’s Shop N Save, Fremont
Animal Hospital, American Truck/ Bruce’s Glass, Fremont Public Schools, The Party Station,
H & S Companies, Lee Hoppa and Basic Communications
Fall Harvest Festival Volunteers help make all of the above events possible.
A special Chamber “thank you” to the many people in our community who
give their time!
Fremont Harvest Festival Gold Sponsor: North Central Co-Op
The Harvest Festival is approaching fast. Check out the upcoming events and plan to come and
enjoy these activities along with a merchant window decorating contest. Watch for upcoming
ads or call the Fremont Chamber for more details at 924-0770.
DEUR IMPLEMENT
New & Used Farm Machinery
Classic & Antique Tractors
Salvage Parts & Farm Toys
Maschio Rotary Tillers
Erskine Snowblowers
5648 S. Baldwin Ave.
Newaygo, MI 49337
WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE
Since 1962
PETER DEUR AND MARILYN DEUR
231-924-3420
www.deurimplement.com
Call 231-924-3200 or 888-484-3200
7148 W. 48th St., Fremont, MI 49412
www.fremontford.net
FREMONT
See us for all your lawn & garden needs!
Fremont, MI
Corner of M-20 & M-82
231-924-2510
“We Service What We Sell”
www.pellsinc.com
VANDYKE’S ENGINE
REBUILDING
Since 1957
17 Westwood • Fremont
231-924-3170
• Head Pressure Checking & Reconditioning
• Crank Shaft Grinding
• Engine Parts & Kits Available



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231.452.6401
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Call Pat Gardner
316 S. Maple (M-37) • Grant
231-834 RENT
231-834-5002 Fax • www.rentsmartllc.com
Equipment
Rentals
and Sales
MONDAY,SEPTEMBER26,2011•RIVERVALLEYNEWSSHOPPER 19
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Thurs., Oct. 6 - Sat., Oct. 8
7441 West 48th St. (M-82)
Fremont, MI 49412
231-924-3540
Fax: 231-924-6433
1-800-303-3540
“Where your search for service ends.”
Ensing’s
WaterCare, Inc.
535 E. Main • Fremont
231-924-2310
313 Vesta • Six Lakes
989-365-3232
www.newaygocountytourism.com
Come lose yourself in the moment…
877.500.2570 • 4684 South Evergreen (M37) • Newaygo, MI 49337
Your Local Sweet Shoppe
• Cakes • Candy • Ice Cream
Gourmet Caramel Apples Now In Season
www.tastycakery.com
Downtown Fremont 231-924-3842
V
REDEVEL D’S
8 W. Main • Fremont, MI 49412
Since 1909…
231-924-3920
Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 7 pm • Sat. 8 am - 5:30 pm • Closed Sun.
The Family Shoe Store
Serving Fremont and Newaygo County
for the last 100 years
Phone: 231-924-0770 7 East Main Street
Fax: 231-924-9248 Fremont, Michigan 49412
Email: info@fremontcommerce.com www.fremontcommerce.com
124 S. Stewart • Fremont
231-924-0222
www.trufitbirkenstock.com
Your Comfort
Shoe Store
Keen • Merrell • Naot
Brooks • New Balance
Birkenstock
Haflinger • Dansko
and more!
Oct. 6th & Oct. 8th
SAVE 10%
Storewide (excludes Ugg)
NEW for 2011 – HAY ART sponsored by Choice One Bank! Look for festival
hay art located throughout Fremont! Be sure to vote for your favorite
with canned goods in the Fremont Chamber office, 7 E. Main Street! All
canned goods collected will be donated to Tru North’s Food Pantry.
Thursday, October 6
• Flea Market 9 AM - 5 PM – Fremont Christian Church, 10 E. Elm Street –
Sponsored by Spanky’s Pizza
• Harvest Time Parade 6 PM featuring the Harvest Festival Family – Parade Route is
Darling Avenue to Main Street, east on Main to Weaver, south on Weaver to Sheridan, east on
Sheridan to Merchant. Parade is sponsored by Gerber Federal Credit Union. Harvest Festi-
val Family made possible by Pine Medical Group. The Richard & Joan Kokx Family is the
2011 Harvest Festival Family. Congratulate the Kokx family when you see them.
• Pumpkin Bowling immediately following the parade –Veterans Memorial Park –
Sponsored by Hi-Lites Graphics
• NEW…Hot Shot Basketball – Veterans Memorial Park, 3 point &
free throw tournaments!
Cost $5, cash prizes.
• Seed Spitting Contest following the parade –Veterans Memorial Park
Sponsored by Newaygo County Title
• Dogs on the Green 4 PM – 7:30 PM Veterans Memorial Park –
Serving Foot Long Hotdogs!
• Farmers Market 4 PM – 8 PM - Veterans Memorial Park
• NEW…Pedal Pulls, following the parade in Veterans Memorial Park.
• Enjoy fresh apple cider and doughnuts compliments of Chemical Bank, 6PM to 9PM,
Veterans Memorial Park
• Pumpkin Decorating Contest - Fremont Moose Lodge -
Sponsored by Women of the Moose
• Moonlight Madness Sales 6 PM – 9 PM Downtown Area Businesses -
Sponsored by the North Central Co-Op
• Sidewalk Star Party 7-9:30 PM Veterans Memorial Park -
Sponsored by Newaygo Co. Dark Sky Astronomers
Friday, October 7
• Flea Market 9 AM - 5 PM – Fremont Christian Church, 10 E. Elm Street –
Sponsored by Spanky’s Pizza
• Antique Tractor Show 12 noon – 7 PM Veterans Memorial Park -
Made possible by Deur Implement, Reeman Farm Equipment, Pells Farms Service,
(weather permitting)
• NEW… Harvest Pig Roast – 3:30 PM to 7 PM, Veterans Memorial Park –
Sponsored by the Fremont Junior Packers.
Cost is $6.00 for roasted pork, potato salad, baked beans, roll and beverage.
• Fall Photo Contest 5:30 PM, The ArtsPlace, sponsored by NCCA
• Pumpkin/Apple Recipe Contest 6:00 PM Veterans Memorial Park –
Sponsor is Treasured Images by Jeffrey
• NEW…Square Dance – 7 PM Fremont Marketplace,
Hosted by Church of the Living Christ.
Saturday, October 8
• Antique Tractor Show 9 AM – 3:00 PM Veterans Memorial Park, brought to you by
Reeman Farm Equipment, Deur Implement, Pells Farm Service, & The Power Shop
(weather permitting)
• Fall Harvest Hike & Bike, registration 8:00 AM
Brought to you by the Koffee Kuppe & KP Cycles Plus, Branstrom Park
• Pumpkin Roll, 9 AM – 12:30 PM Sponsored by Hair by Joan & Co, Branstrom Park
• Wessling Observatory Harvest Moon Star Party – 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
• Taste of Fremont, 4 PM – 7 PM, Fremont Marketplace.
Sponsored by Newaygo County Service Employees Credit Union
• NEW…Corn Hole Tournament – 4 PM to 8 PM, Fremont Marketplace.
Registration on-site. Cash entrance fee & Cash prizes.
Saturday, October 8 (cont.)
• Beverage Tent, 4 PM – 11:30 PM ~ Fremont Market Place Pavilion ~
Braunschweiger Blues Band! Free Food! Cover Charge!
Sponsored by Fremont Animal Hospital,
The Party Station, H & S Companies, and Basic Communications.
It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown!
See if your pumpkin patch grows the biggest pumpkin!
Take your pumpkin to North Central Co-Op before
Tuesday, October 4th to be weighed. Questions please call (231) 924-0770,
Fremont Chamber of Commerce.
Thanks to all of our sponsors!
Fremont Harvest Festival Gold Sponsor: North Central Co-Op
General & In-kind Sponsors: Harmon Inc., Nieboer Electric, Fremont Area Community
Foundation, City of Fremont, Fremont Police Department, Fremont DPW, NBFF Queen’s
Court, Tamarac, Awards n More, Todd Greiner Farms, Fremont Lanes, Fremont McDon-
ald’s, FHS FFA Alumni, FPS, Dale Berens, Rick Mansfield Sounds “R” Us, Empower-
ment Network, Mellema Nursery, Fremont Insurance Co, Wal-Mart Super Center, Choice
One Bank, Jan & Keith Breuker, Heritage Farm Market, Kokx Farms,
Paulsen Heating & Cooling, Greenstone Farm Credit Services, Bill’s Shop N Save, Fremont
Animal Hospital, American Truck/ Bruce’s Glass, Fremont Public Schools, The Party Station,
H & S Companies, Lee Hoppa and Basic Communications
Fall Harvest Festival Volunteers help make all of the above events possible.
A special Chamber “thank you” to the many people in our community who
give their time!
Fremont Harvest Festival Gold Sponsor: North Central Co-Op
The Harvest Festival is approaching fast. Check out the upcoming events and plan to come and
enjoy these activities along with a merchant window decorating contest. Watch for upcoming
ads or call the Fremont Chamber for more details at 924-0770.
DEUR IMPLEMENT
New & Used Farm Machinery
Classic & Antique Tractors
Salvage Parts & Farm Toys
Maschio Rotary Tillers
Erskine Snowblowers
5648 S. Baldwin Ave.
Newaygo, MI 49337
WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE
Since 1962
PETER DEUR AND MARILYN DEUR
231-924-3420
www.deurimplement.com
Call 231-924-3200 or 888-484-3200
7148 W. 48th St., Fremont, MI 49412
www.fremontford.net
FREMONT
See us for all your lawn & garden needs!
Fremont, MI
Corner of M-20 & M-82
231-924-2510
“We Service What We Sell”
www.pellsinc.com
VANDYKE’S ENGINE
REBUILDING
Since 1957
17 Westwood • Fremont
231-924-3170
• Head Pressure Checking & Reconditioning
• Crank Shaft Grinding
• Engine Parts & Kits Available



1 State Rd. Newaygo, MI

231.452.6401
www.newaygostream.com
www.facebook.com/newaygostream

Meetings • Conferences • Work Space
Call Pat Gardner
316 S. Maple (M-37) • Grant
231-834 RENT
231-834-5002 Fax • www.rentsmartllc.com
Equipment
Rentals
and Sales
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Select Care Physical Therapy
North End of Town (Next to Carpet Store)
7762 N. Federal Road, Howard City, MI 49329
• Aquatic Therapy (Only one in Town)
• Anodyne for Neuropathy
• Vestibular Rehab/Balance Training/
Fall Prevention
• Sports Medicine/Kinesio Taping
• Work Injuries/Auto Injuries
• Pain Mannagement
• Orthopaedic Manual Therapy
• Arthritis/Fibromyalgia/Osteoporosis
Therapy Program
• Post-op Edema Management
Not affiliated with any other therapy
provider in the area. Operated by husband
and wife physical therapist team with
combined experience of 30 years.
Our therapists work only at this location,
and are highly trained and certified.
Our Hand-On approach is the strength
behind our successful treatment programs.
Therapy provided by licensed
physical therapists only.
Working Hours: Mon. to Fri. 9 am to 5 pm
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All insurances are welcome, flexible payment plans for co-payments, deductible, private pay, etc.
231-937-8485
Fax: 231-937-9836
www.selectcarept.com
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The Decorating Department
Hours:
Mon.-Fri. 9-6
Sat. 9-4
Floorcovering & Wallcovering
Carpet • Hardwood • Laminate • Tile
No Wax Vinyl • Area Rugs
7910 Federal Rd., Howard City
231-937-4206
Fax: 231-937-9264
Check
with these
experts for
your home
needs!
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Bus: 231-937-7854
Cell: 231-598-2165
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090 Business
Services
CUSTOM DESIGNED AND built for
you by Percy's Post-Frame Buildings.
616-874-9225
DEER PROCESSING: CUSTOM knife
cut, jerky, rolled roasts, vacuum sealed.
989-352-6344. 7176 Shmeid Rd. Lake-
view. $65.00 basic.
YOUR LOCAL
INTERNET Provider!
$18.45/month
Unlimited Dial-up
(231)592-9877
www.net-port.com
090 Business
Services
PRESSURE WASHING HOUSE, decks,
motor homes & any people that come by.
AAAConcrete 231-834-0365.
ROOFING: ALL TYPES
Repairs & Leaks. Free Estimates
20yrs. experience
Licensed/Insured
(616)636-8288
Ensley Roofing, LLC
110 For Rent
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT. Howard
City. $110/week, plus deposit & utilities.
No Pets. (231)937-4820
2-BEDROOM DUPLEX, 1-YEAR lease,
large yard, close to BR, no pets. Starting
$525/month. Gary 231-796-4564
110 For Rent
CABIN FOR RENT. $100 a week,
includes basic utilities. On Croton Pond.
231-652-2250
COMING HOME!
LEASE your home
from only $649/month.
Security deposit from $299.
1st Month Free Rent
All appliances, washer/dryer.
Call Sun Homes
at Village Trails.
888-284-9098.
www.4villagetrails.com
EHO Expires 9/30/2011
E-mail your
classified ad to
rvshopper
@pioneergroup.com
HOWARD CITY: 3 bedroomdown-
stairs apartment. $675/month, plus
deposit & utilities. Available first of
September. Pets allowed. Serious
renters need only apply.
(231)937-5327.
MORLEY MOTEL
DAILY Rooms from $40, Weekly
rooms from $165. Includes utilities.
No Deposit. (231)856-7820.
1 & 2 Bedroom, rent includes utilities, 1-
year lease. No pets, starting at
$500/month. (231)465-4049.
NEWLY RENOVATED! 4-BED-
ROOM, 1-bath Cottage. Deeded
lake access on Maston Lake. Rent-
to-Own, $5000 down! $700/month.
(517)712-2392.
SAND LAKE: $99
Security Deposit Special!
Move in for Less than $600!
Great Community
and Location!
1 Mile to 131
20 min. to Grand Rapids
1 Bedroom $479*
2 Bedroom $531*
*Rent Based on Income
TDD: 1-800-649-3777
EHO/Barrier Free
OLD MILLAPARTMENTS
Call Today!
616-636-8834
SHADYLAWN MOTEL: Sand Lake, MI.
Special rates. Furnished cabin with kitch-
enette $113.25/week. Furnished small cab-
ins, $96.60/week. (Above prices include
utilities) Call for availability (616)696-
0386, or (616)638-5658. If no answer, call
(616)636-8967.
115 Commercial
Space
PRIME LOCATION ONOld-131, Howard
City. 2100 sq. ft., paved parking. Contact
231-206-0157 or 231-206-7035.
160 Real Estate
40 ACRES INAshton, Prime Hunting, pole
barn, electricity, water, corner lot.
(517)676-0223 or (517)242-8969.
8 ACRES MORLEY, wooded 2 acre
deer plot $29,900, $500 down, $300
month (231)629-2944, (616)204-4550.
160 Real Estate
HOWARD CITY AREA Country home,
5% land-contract, 2-1/2 wooded lot, pond
w/fish, 3Bedroom/2Bath-central air, 2-
stall garage, Black top Cutler Road.
$105,000. 10% down, no closing cost.
231-937-9193.
OPEN HOUSE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2ND
1:00-4:00 P.M.
16160 Deaner Road,
Howard City, MI
Features: Beautiful 3 bedroom, 3 bath
home. Country living with 20 acres on
Tamarack Creek. Home has great
open floor plan with cathedral ceiling,
large kitchen, dining and formal dining
rooms, family room with fire place,
lots of closet space, hardwood floors,
main floor laundry, 6" walls and very well
insulated. 10 tillable acres, partly wood-
ed with stream running through it.
Directions: Northland Drive east on
Almy Road to Marble Road, south to
Deaner Road, east to property, north
side of road. MLS #11032156
Big Rapids Realty
Joe Bachaz (231)796-4871
Email:
jbechaz@bigrapidsrealty.com
LAKEFRONT LIVING, CANADIAN
Lakes. Many amenities, completely fur-
nished. Available for rent, lease or pur-
chase. twilkens97@yahoo.com (586)566-
3744.
THE
RIVER VALLEY
NEWS SHOPPER
491 W. Shaw (M-82)
Howard City
(231)937-4740
Open Monday-Thursday
9am-5pm
Friday 9am-1pm
For all of your
advertising needs!
Land for Sale
HOWARD CITY & Pierson Areas - 2
acres to 30 acres. Great building sites or
hunting property. Call 231-937-6758.
Land contract terms available.
170 Items
for Sale
16FT WHITE WAYNE Dalton garage
door, uninsulated, no windows, new
stored inside $400 (616)438-2332.
2003 YAMAHAKODIAK400, 4x4, auto-
matic, low miles, new plow, last year,
$2,500. Bucket assembly for Ford or 9N
Tractor $300. Call 231-856-7669.
Winter Cleaning?
And now have
stuff to sell?
Let our Classified Ads
help you out! Call
THE RIVER VALLEY NEWS
SHOPPER
231-937-4740
170 Items
for Sale
ANDY’S
TREE SERVICE
TREE WORK OF
ALL KINDS
Specializing around
power lines & houses
Serving Montcalm,
Newaygo, Kent
& Mecosta Counties
& more!
WE ACCEPT ALL
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
www.andystreeservice.com
FREEESTIMATES
FULLY INSURED
800-982-4540
“We go all over!!”
ELABORATE DINING ROOM suite
including 4 chairs plus 2 Captain's chairs,
two extensions. $250.00 call 231-580-
6328.
GAS POWER WASHERBriggs & Strat-
ton motor, excellent condition $250 OBO
(231)796-3357.
GOLDEN EAGLE COMPOUND bow,
with case, 11 arrows, quiver, very good
condition $200 OBO (231)832-5650.
GRAVITY BOX 125 bushel with top,
door works good. $200/cash no checks.
Carl 616-232-8702.
KENMORE REFRIGERATOR/STOVE
SET. 2006 model, white, frost free. Runs
great. New $900, sell $199 for both.
www.hammondwholesale.com. 320 W.
Main Street, Carson City. (989)584-1600.
See us on Facebook. We deliver too!
MUST SELL, MOVINGout of state. Oak
Computer Desk- $50. and Secretary
Desk- $25. (231)972-8433
NEWAYGO STOVE & Fireplace Shop:
Best deals on wood, pellet and gas
stoves and fireplaces. Lopi-Avalon-Fire-
place Xtrodinaire, and FireChief fur-
naces. Marthwood pellets. Family owned
and operated since 1980. 231-652-1546.
South M-37 Newaygo.
NORDIC HOT TUBS - Sale starting at
$2995. - Hot Tub covers and chemicals.
Newaygo Stove & Firepalce Shop. 231-
652-1546. South M-37 Newaygo.
ELIMINATE YOUR HEATINGbills. OUT-
DOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central
Boiler. Call today (231)-924-7946
REBUILT COMPUTERS & LAPTOPS:
Also Computer repair & virus removal.
Reasonable Rates. (231)856-7883
REMINGTON 870 SPECIAL purpose
deer 12ga shot gun, 20" barrel w/2.5
scope $350 OBO David (989)339-4147.
SLIDING THERMAL-PANE WINDOWS
(used white aluminum). $200.00 for all.
Call for details 231-832-1123
SOLID OAK ENTERTAINMENT cabinet,
fits up to 42" $100 OBO. (231)629-6070.
STOVE GRATES, GLASS, gasket and
other parts for many stove brands.
Newaygo Stove & Fireplace Shop. 231-
652-1546. South M-37 Newaygo.
WHITE DRESSER AND changing table
unit, 2 draws, 1 cupboard, like new.
$35.00 (231)250-6273.

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A.C. METAL SALES
231-924-1204
POLE BARN METAL
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL ROOFS & SIDING
18 Colors Available, Cut To Your Length.
Standing Seam/Hidden Fastener Roofing
Custom Metal Trim Accessories In Stock.
Energy Star
Tax Credits on Roofs.
Call for details.
New Location
Coming Soon
Fremont 48th St.
40th St.
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EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
BEGINNING OCTOBER 7TH THRU
OCTOBER 29TH
EVENING HOURS
FRIDAY: 7 PM - 11 PM
SATURDAY: 5:30 PM - 11 PM
KID FRIENDLY UNTIL DARK
THE DARKER IT GETS, THE SCARIER IT IS!
$8.00 per person
1471 S. Greenville Rd. M-91
BEHIND THE TOPPER SHOP
616.754.2877
www.thetoppershop.com
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Make $20 before you even start.
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THURSDAY LOCAL PICKUPS:
• Howard City: 8:30 am depart Ed’s
Restaurant (1/4 mile east of US-131 on
M-46 east)
• Big Rapids: 8:55 am depart Meijer
(Pole H)
• Reed City: 9:15 am depart McDonalds
(park on east side in truck parking area)
• Cadillac: 9:45 am depart Rodeway Inn
(Bill Olivers).
*$15 rate is an introductory rate for August 2011,
normal rate is $25
Lucky777coach.com is operated by
Compass Coach Inc; 13550 White Creek Ave,
Cedar Springs, MI 49319
PLAZA IV
HAIR CARE
Located Next To Leppinks Food Center • Howard City
(231) 937-5988
HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 9 - 7; Sat. 9 - 4
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EVERY WEDNESDAY
SPECIAL
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$
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$
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With this coupon. Good September 26 thru October 1, 2011
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170 Items
for Sale
XBOX 360 4G excellent condition, 4
games, 2 wireless remotes, $175
(231)468-7703.
Firewood
FIRE/ BOILER WOOD
10-cord semi-loads
8' lengths/10" avg diameter
All Hardwood
Delivered.
(231)846-0346 anytime.
See pictures: coxx.com
Movies on YouTube (alanjcox)
Please clip this ad,
give to a wood-burner!
Mattress Sets
BUNKBED WITH MATTRESS. Solid
oak, very nice. Sturdy too! $89/com-
plete. www.Hammondwholesale.com.
320 W. Main Street, Carson City.
(989)584-1600. See us on Facebook.
We deliver too!
SEALY MATTRESS SALE- Full, queen
or king-size $95/set includes frame.
www.Hammondwholesale.com. 320 W.
Main Street, Carson City (989)584-1600.
See us on Facebook. We deliver too!
230 Recreational
Vehicles
FALL SPECIALS
Prices Reduced on all
R.V.'s in stock
Priced to sell 15% off all
in-stock parts and accessories.
Northland Trailers
903 N. Mitchell, Cadillac
(231)775-3101
250 Autos for Sale
2009 CHEVYHALF Ton Extended Short
Box 2WD, 26,000 actual miles, local
one-owner trade, absolutely mint. Call Paul
Riley at Bookwalter 1-866-831-5271
FOR SALE: "1985" Chrysler Fifth
Avenue, 4 door car, Runs good, Little rust.
(231)796-7997
WANT TO SELL YOUR
CAR OR TRUCK???
Let a River Valley News
Shopper
Classified
work for you!!!
Call Classifieds
today!!
(231)937-4740
280 Farm Goods
RYE SEED FOR sale. call 231-937-
5569.
SUGAR BEETS BY The Scoop, Also
bagged beets and shell corn. 10 Miles east
of Morley Stanwood School on 5 Mile Rd.
Opening September 15th. (231)972-
8205 & (231)972-2232
300 Wanted to Buy
CASH-PAID-RETIREE PAYING FAIR
price $100 to $5,000 for running
cars/trucks, motor-cycles, ATV, campers,
Snowmobiles, All Utility trailers enclosed,
open. Pontoon-boats. Free pick-up.
(231)689-1894, (616)291-0266
330 Fees Required
MOVIE EXTRAS TOstand in the back-
ground for a major film. Earn up to $300.
a day. Experience not required. (877)824-
6290
991 Mega Mkt.
Community Papers of
Michigan
Ph. 1-800-783-0267
STATEWIDE
CLASSIFIED NETWORK
Ads placed in Michigan Mega Market
Classified Network appear in free circu-
lation community papers and shopping
guides reaching the grass roots of Michi-
gan. Your advertising can be delivered
weekly to more than 2,100,000 house-
holds throughout the state. ONLY $249
Call this paper to place a classified ad of
25 words or less and reach across the
state. Readers: THIS PUBLICATION
DOES NOT KNOWINGLY ACCEPT
advertising which is deceptive, fraudulent,
or which might otherwise violate the law

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231-924-1204
POLE BARN METAL
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL ROOFS & SIDING
18 Colors Available, Cut To Your Length.
Standing Seam/Hidden Fastener Roofing
Custom Metal Trim Accessories In Stock.
Energy Star
Tax Credits on Roofs.
Call for details.
New Location
Coming Soon
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DONATIONS TO DATE TO
MONTCALM PANHANDLE
COMMUNITY FUND
Donations
may be sent to:
Montcalm
Panhandle
Community
Fund
P.O. Box 596
Howard City,
MI 49329
Call
231-937-6758
with any
questions
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Kent City Ford
Check out our inventory at www.KentCityFord.com
TOLL FREE (877) 663-5702 West of U.S. 131 on M-46
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Prices good thru 10/1/11
*Prices include all incentives and destination charges. No hidden fees. Just add sales tax, plates, title and doc. FMC financing may be required.
SAVE EVEN MORE $$$
ON CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED VEHICLES
P11-040
2007 Milan
V6, Roof, Low Miles.
Factory-backed warranty
Free vehicle history report.
$
14,992
P10-151
2008 Milan
Power Roof, Low Miles.
Factory-backed warranty
Free vehicle history report.
$
14,992
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2011 FORD F150 XLT
T11-042.
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Chrome Pkg.,
Sync, Loaded. Sync, Loaded.
$
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2011 FORD ESCAPE
T12-002.
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$
20,907
or less
New
2012 FORD FOCUS SE
C12-021.
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$
17,587
or less
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P10-145
2008 Milan
Premier, Pwr. Roof, Sync., Leather.
Factory-backed warranty
Free vehicle history report.
$
15,992
P11-011
2008 Fusion
Pwr. Roof, Sync, Low Miles.
Factory-backed warranty
Free vehicle history report.
$
15,992
P11-046
2008 Milan
Premier, Leather, Sync.
Factory-backed warranty
Free vehicle history report.
$
15,592
P10-132
2008 Milan
Premier, V6, Leather.
Factory-backed warranty
Free vehicle history report.
$
16,900
P11-029
2009 Milan
Premier, Pwr. Roof, Leather.
Factory-backed warranty
Free vehicle history report.
$
18,992
Jamie, a Persian cat is
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brought to the shelter. He
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weighs about 12 pounds.
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for a full list of adoptable animals.
Hours: Mon. 3 - 6 pm;
Tu, W, Th. 12 Noon - 6 pm; Fri. 3 - 6 pm.
Males dogs are $115.00 which covers the neuter surgery as well as all
vaccinations a heartworm test and a $20.00 adoption fee. Females are
$125.00 which includes all of the above as well. $10.00 is required for
Montcalm County Residents for the Dog License at the time of adoption.
Male cats are 70.00 which includes FVRCP vaccine as well as a rabies
vaccine and the neuter Surgery. Females are $75.00 which includes
all of the above. In some cases an animal may need extra treatment
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I get the calls. Someone called them, or came to their door, or
they saw a newspaper article or flier which told them that they
absolutely need a Trust, warned them great perils lurk at the
probate court if they die without one, and wants them to come
to a ‘More Information’ seminar, or, worse, will sell them a
package of legal documents for a mere $2,000-$3,000, legal
documents which they insist will certainly save them or their
kids thousands of dollars. So they call around, shopping for a
lower cost. Can’t blame them at all. They ask “What does a
trust typically cost?”
There’s no ‘typical Trust’. There is no free lunch, no ‘typi-
cal’ trust. So I ask them “What kind of trust do you think you
need?” They answer, “Just a regular one.” “Well, then, the cost
depends,” They’re thinking “Dang! Typical lawyer. Can’t get
a straight answer out of any of them.” But costs depend on
what’s going on in your life, what the purpose is for the Trust,
who the beneficiaries will be, what your health is, what the
Trust will own, what taxes we need to minimize and more.
Some education… A trust is created when the Grantor – the
person creating the Trust – communicates orally or in writ-
ing to someone else, that they are creating a Trust. Then the
Grantor picks a Trustee – who could be themself (Wow, what
a mind bender that is) – and tells that Trustee what the stuff
is that needs entrusting to them, why, what to do with it, and
when to give the stuff back or give the stuff to somebody else.
It does not need to be in writing, but it should be in 99% of
the cases.
For example. If you give your daughter, Annie, your favorite
piece of jewelry and $10,000 and tell her to invest the $10,000
for Charlie, her 3 year old disabled son’s, education, with in-
structions to give him the money when he starts college, and
to give the jewelry as a gift to his wife someday when he gets
married, and to pay herself $50 a year out of the interest she
makes from investing the $10,000 (for her trouble holding the
jewels and picking an investor), then:
• You, the Grantor, created a Trust. Give it a name. Call it
Charlie’s Chunk of Change Trust.
• Annie is the Trustee of Charlie’s Chunk of Change Trust.
(Since Annie is a good investor, Charlie will have a big
chunk when he goes to college)
• Annie earns $50 per year income, which she has to re-
port to the IRS and on which she has to pay income tax.
• Even though Annie has the jewels in her bedroom dress-
er drawer, the Trust (not her, you, nor Charlie, but the
oral, unwritten Trust) technically owns the money and
jewelry. Stuff the Trust owns – money and jewels - is
called the Trust’s ‘principal’.
• The Trust can apply for and receive a unique Federal ID
number from the IRS as it is now a taxpayer.
• The Trust will have to pay taxes on the income its invest-
ed principal ($10,000) earns. Hmmm. You should have
talked to an attorney before creating the Trust, about
how to minimize, avoid or postpone paying those taxes.
• The beneficiary of the Trust is Charlie. Too bad you
didn’t think to tell Annie she could use the money in the
event a cure was found for Charlie’s disability and she
needed just $10,000 more to pay for it.
• The Trust ends only when Charlie starts college and he
gets married.
• If Charlie never goes to college or gets married? Hope-
fully you thought to tell Annie what to do if that hap-
pened.
• If disabled Charlie is getting government Social Security
Disability income, then in the year he receives the mon-
ey, which could be worth 2-3 times the initial amount
Annie invested, it could disqualify him from receiving
part of his SSD benefits that year – unless Annie had
something from you in writing to prove she was not to
give or use that money for Charlie’s basic needs.
• If Annie dies before Charlie goes to college? Hopefully
you told Annie who you want to replace her.
• If Charlie dies before he goes to college? Hopefully you
told Annie, and whomever would replace her, what to do
with the principal (money and jewels) if that happens.
• ….and a hundred and three different questions, just for
this simple, unwritten, Charlie’s Chunk of Change Trust
you created.
What’s a typical Trust? No such animal. Does a trust benefit
you? If you have stuff, lots of stuff, different stuff, or family
or tax problems you’re trying to solve, well, then, maybe. But
almost certainly, just some expert advice (from an accountant,
investment advisor, lawyer, banker) will save you and your
beneficiaries your own chunk of change. Get some.
Jeanne Jerow practices Real Estate law, maintains a certificate in Estate
Planning, focuses on Divorce & Custody, Elder Law, and Auto Injuries.
Reach her at bigrapidslawyer.com. Remember if you read it here it’s not
your personal legal advice. Don’t depend on it.
Trust me, Trustee
By Jeanne L. Jerow, Attorney, Counselor, Mediator • Howard City
YODER BROS. LARGE HORSE &
CARRIAGE FALL 1-DAY CONSIGNMENT
AUCTION
Located at: lsabella County Fairgrounds, Mt. Pleasant, MI.
From Rosebush, 4 miles south on Old Mission to Isabella County Fairgrounds 500 N. Mission, Mt. Pleasant. Follow Yoder Bros. Auction signs.
– CONSIGNMENT INFORMATION –
We Will Start Taking Carriage and Tack Consignments on Thursday, September 29 and Friday, September 30, 2011. Carriages and
horses can be brought in Friday and Saturday morning on sale days. NOTE: We will not be accepting any Horse Tack on Sale Days.
YODER BROTHERS AUCTION SERVICE
Specializing In Successful Auctions
Auctioneers LeRoy and Willis Yoder
9484 S. Rogers Ave., Clare, MI
PH: 989-386-9082
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST, 2011 @ 9:00 AM
� APPROX. 100 DRAFTS, 100 + DRIVING HORSES � APPROX. 150 RIDING HORSES & PONIES �
� 100 + CARRIAGES AND CARTS � HARNESSES � SADDLES � EQUINE TACK �
NOTICE
CONSIGN YOUR HORSES EARLY. WE WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTING THE FIRST 350 HEAD OF HORSES. HORSES
MUST BE CONSIGNED PRIOR TO SALE DAY. ALL HORSES MUST HAVE A CURRENT NEGATIVE COGGINS TEST.
CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME
� SALE SCHEDULE � 1 - DAY ONLY!
RING #1 9:00 a.m. Draft Horses and Haflingers
followed by Driving Horses at approx. 11:30 a.m.
Riding Horses and Ponies starting at approx. 3:00 p.m.
RING #2 9:00 a.m. Misc Equine Tack
RING #3 10:00 a.m. Saddles followed by Collars and Harnesses.
Carriages starting at approx. 1:00 p.m.
3 AUCTION
RINGS
“In Business Since 1945 in
the Same Location”
VISIT US ON OUR WEB SITE @
WWW.KNIGHTAUTOSALES.COM
989-831-8358
1516 N. Peoples Rd., Stanton
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8-6:00
Closed Saturday
Sunday 8:30-3:00
KNIGHT AUTO SALES
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Klees Rd.
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2.4 Eng, One Owner, 42k Miles, Loaded ................... $15,995 or $300 Mo.
10 Dodge Grand Caravan SE Mini Van
3.3 Eng, Dual Air, Stow & Go Seating, Loaded .......... $15,995 or $300 Mo.
10 Chevy Impala LT 4 Door
3.5 Eng, P Seats, Factory Remote Start & Warranty ... $15,995 or $300 Mo.
09 Chevy Cobalt LT 4 Door
4 Cyl, Air, Auto, 30k Drivetrain ..................................... $6,995 or $110 Mo.
08 Ford Taurus Limited 4 Door
3.0 Eng, Loaded, Leather, Local Trade-In, 41k Miles . $14,995 or $280 Mo.
08 Chevy Impala LT 4 Door
3.5 Eng, Loaded, Leather, 46k Miles ......................... $12,995 or $240 Mo.
08 Pontiac Montana Mini Van
3.5 Eng, Factory Warranty ............................................ $9,995 or $190 Mo.
08 Pontiac Grand Prix 4 Door
3800 Eng, Loaded, Leather ...................................... $11,995 or $225 Mo.
08 Buick LaCrosse CX 4 Door
3.8 Eng, Loaded, Leather, Factory Warranty .............. $13,995 or $260 Mo.
07 Chevy Cobalt LT 4 Door
2.2 Eng, Air, Cruise, CD Player, One Owner .................. $8,995 or $179 Mo.
06 Ford Freestar SEL Mini Van
V6 Eng, Loaded, Arizona Auto ..................................... $8,995 or $175 Mo.
06 Chevy Malibu Maxx LT 4 Door
3500 Eng, Loaded, AZ Auto, 61k Miles ........................ $9,995 or $195 Mo.
06 Ford E150 Cargo Van
4.6 Eng, Air, Auto ......................................................... $5,995 or $150 Mo.
05 Chevy Uplander LS 4 Door
3.5 Eng, Power Sliders, Dual Air ................................... $7,995 or $210 Mo.
05 Chevy 2500 Express Cargo Van
4.8 Eng, Air, Auto, Cruise .................................. NOW $4,495 or $135 Mo.
05 Pontiac Bonneville SE 4 Door
3800 Eng, Loaded, Rust Free, Arizona Auto ................. $7,995 or $210 Mo.
04 Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4 Loaded
5.3 Eng, 3rd Seat, Heated Leather Seats................... $10,995 or $340 Mo.
04 GMC Yukon XL SLE 4x4
5.3 Eng, Loaded, Dual Air ............................................ $9,995 or $320 Mo.
03 Buick Century Custom 4 Door
3.1 Eng, Loaded, 59k Miles .......................................... $6,995 or $200 Mo.
03 GMC Sierra 1500 Reg Cab 4x4 Pickup
4.3 Eng, Automatic, Air ................................................ $5,995 or $200 Mo.
03 Ford E250 Cargo Van
5.4 Eng, Air, Tilt, Cruise ................................................................ NOW $2,495
02 Ford E250 Cargo Van
5.4 Eng, Power Windows, Cruise, Air ............................................. NOW $2,495
01 Chrysler Town & Country Mini Van
3.3 Eng, Dual Air, Local Trade In .................................. $3,495 or $190 Mo.
00 Chevy Silverado Ext. Cab 4x4 Pickup
4.8 Eng, Auto, Local Trade In ....................................... $3,495 or $220 Mo.
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1101 S. Ensley Rd., Howard City
231-937-5204
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2009 FORD RANGER XL
Auto., Air. P1141.
2006 CHRY. 300 TOURING
50,000 Miles. K10773A
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2009 KIA SPECTRA LX
44,000 Miles, Fact. Warr. K10749A.
2006 FIVE HUNDRED
Limited. Leather, Moonroof. F10880A.
$
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$
235 mo.
2009 KIA OPTIMA LX
Factory Warranty. K20022A.
$
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$
216 mo.
2008 PONTIAC G6
Only 48,000 Miles. P1170.
$
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$
209 mo.
2008 FORD TAURUS X
SEL. Hard to find. P1184A.
$
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$
195 mo.
2009 CHEVY IMPALA LT
Great Value. P1186.
$
13,265/
$
213mo.
2008 EDGE SE FWD
Drive with confidence. P1210.
$
14,840/
$
233 mo.
2004 GMC ENVOY XL 4x4
Leather and More. K20094A
$
10,488/
$
215 mo.
2007 CHRYSLER 300
9,000 Miles. F20030A.
$
16,976/
$
266 mo.
2007 CHEVY HHR CARGO
Ready To Go To Work. P1137.
$
10,488/
$
165 mo.
2007 KIA OPTIMA LX
Auto., Air. K10815A.
$
9,690/
$
159 mo.
2008 DODGE CALIBER SXT
Great Value! K10826A
$
11,990/
$
200 mo.
2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
4x4, Moonroof. P1097A.
$
11,990/
$
229 mo.
2007 KIA RONDO EX
Auto., Air. K20041A.
$
9,490/
$
159 mo.
2007 CHEVY COBALT
41,000 Miles. P1197.
$
9,718/
$
159 mo.
2008 NISSAN SENTRA
Auto., Air, 38,000 Miles. P1136.
$
13,489/
$
215 mo.
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Just North of I-96 on Alpine
Just Minutes From Where You Are!
Hours: Mon. & Wed. 8:30 am- 7:30 pm; Tue., Thur. & Fri. 8:30 am - 6 pm; Sat. 9 am - 3 pm
Pre-Owned vehicles, plus tax, title, license and doc fee. See dealer for details.
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• 10 years/100,000 mile limited powertrain warranty
• 5 years/60,000 mile limited basic warranty
• 5 years/100,000 mile limited anti-perforation warranty
• 5 years/60,000 mile 24-hour roadside assistance
Warranty is a limited powertrain warranty -
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An independently owned and operated member of The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.
Mark Hoskins
REALTOR®
Preferred REALTORS
502 Northland Dr. NE • Rockford, MI
Cell: 616.893.9422
Bus.: 616.866.1212
E-Mail: markhoskins50@grar.com
Arthur K. Eggerding Inc.
Realtor / Broker
Committed to marketing your property!
23 Years Experience, VA loans. Call Today!
ART SPECIALIZES IN VA LOAN SALES, 0 DOWN TO QUALIFIED VETS
1600 175TH AVE., MORLEY: 2 bedroom home with 484 Feet of private
frontage on Little Muskegon River. Land contract terms. $45,000.
Brynadette 616.835.2624
7.5 acres with frontage on Petit Lake. Pole barn, nice single wide. Priced to sell!
$37,500. Call Carla 616-437-1327
Arthur K. Eggerding Realty 616.453.7655
Carla Welch 616.437.1327 • Brynadette Powell 616.835.2624
Brynadette Powell
616-835-2624
12771 Northland Drive
Cedar Springs
1 Mile North of M-57 (14 Mile Road)
Hours: Mon. & Wed. 9:30 am - 8 pm
Tue., Thur. & Fri. 9:30 am - 6 pm
Sat. 10 am - 2 pm
www.cedarcarco.com
WE BUY
WE SELL • WE TRADE
CALL OR VISIT US TO SEE
WHAT YOUR VEHICLE IS WORTH
• Car Bodies
• Tin/Steel
• #1 & #2 Copper
• Yellow Brass
• Catalytic Converters
• Radiators
• Aluminum
• Clean Auto Cast Iron
• Cast Iron
• 2x2 ft. Steel
• Batteries
(Prices subject to change without notice)
8878 E. 88th St. (M-82)
Howard City
231-937-4175
Hours:
Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 5
Sat. 8:30 - 2 • Sun. Closed
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Select Care Physical Therapy
North End of Town (Next to Carpet Store)
7762 N. Federal Road, Howard City, MI 49329
• Aquatic Therapy (Only one in Town)
• Anodyne for Neuropathy
• Vestibular Rehab/Balance Training/
Fall Prevention
• Sports Medicine/Kinesio Taping
• Work Injuries/Auto Injuries
• Pain Mannagement
• Orthopaedic Manual Therapy
• Arthritis/Fibromyalgia/Osteoporosis
Therapy Program
• Post-op Edema Management
Not affiliated with any other therapy
provider in the area. Operated by husband
and wife physical therapist team with
combined experience of 30 years.
Our therapists work only at this location,
and are highly trained and certified.
Our Hand-On approach is the strength
behind our successful treatment programs.
Therapy provided by licensed
physical therapists only.
Working Hours: Mon. to Fri. 9 am to 5 pm
*Early morning and late evening appt. are available, please inquire within.
All insurances are welcome, flexible payment plans for co-payments, deductible, private pay, etc.
231-937-8485
Fax: 231-937-9836
www.selectcarept.com
18387 Northland Drive • 1-231-796-2651 • 1-800-716-2726 • www.marcoauto.com
BIGGER REBATES!
DEEPER DISCOUNTS ON ALL
REMAINING 2011’S!
JUST ANNOUNCED! FREE HEMI!
Sell your item for under $500
and your ad is FREE!
Ad will reach over 54,000 homes in our Combo Ad 1 time.
Selling price MUST be included in the Ad.
15 words or less.
Deadline Thursday at NOON.
Add a photo for only $5.00
Call 231-592-8348 or 231-592-8344
One ad per week per household.
Audibel Hearing Center
204 S. Michigan, Big Rapids
(231) 796-4658
348 Adams (M-37), Newaygo
(231) 652-2337
People Helping People.
400 FREE BATTERIES
*
With the purchase of an Audibel
Anthem hearing aid system
*Cannot be used or combined with other discounts or prior sales.
Anthem by Audibel,
the fastest selling new
product in Starkey’s history.
Truly a hearing aid worthy of
your consideration.
Peggy Frank, MA, CCC-A
322. S. Lafayette St., Greenville
(616) 225-9892
Don’t Forget…
Deadlines
for River Valley News Shopper
News & Editorial - Tuesdays at Noon
Area Happenings, Here’s My Card,
Business/Church Directories -
Wednesdays at Noon
Classified & Display Advertising -
Thursdays at Noon
When: Saturday, October 8, 2011 • 9:00 a.m. to 12 Noon
Where: Lake County Wenger Pavilion, downtown Baldwin
(behind Jones Ice Cream Parlor)
Mecosta County Mecosta County Fairgrounds, Big Rapids
(540 West Avenue)
Osceola County Road Commission North Facility, Tustin
(13353 20 Mile Road, near Dighton)
Cost: No charge, but donations are appreciated.
Household Hazardous Waste are materials that, if disposed of incorrectly, can cause environmental
damage by contaminating ground and surface waters, threatening human health and wildlife.
Items such as: Oil based paint products (NO LATEX PAINT), glue, adhesives, pesticides, fertilizers
mercury, household cleaners, used motor oil (see note below), fluorescent light bulbs, unused medication,
gasoline and antifreeze, to name but a few.
Note: Used motor oil will only be accepted in 5 gallon containers or less. No 55 gallon drums.
Pre-registration is not required unless you are bringing over 200 lbs of waste for disposal. For a
list of acceptable and non-acceptable items, call Lake County MSU Extension at (231) 745-2732,
Osceola-Lake Conservation District at (231) 832-2950 or Mecosta Conservation District at (231)
796-0909 Ext. 3.
Lake - Mecosta - Osceola Counties
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Day
This project is supported by the Mecosta and Osceola-Lake Conservation Districts, Lake, Mecosta and
Osceola County MSU Extension, Michigan Water Stewardship “Clean Sweep” Program,
local units of government, municipalities, businesses, organizations, foundations and individual donations.
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Elder Issues. Legal Answers. E
Certificate Holder Estate Planning
Protection planning for your health, welfare and finances.
Attorney Jeanne L. Jerow
Howard City • 231-937-9180
Experienced Trust Attorney
• Trust & Probate Estates
• Trust Plans and Tax Advantages
• Avoid Probate
• Estate Planning
• Guardianships
• Wills & Living Wills
• Medical Directives
• Nursing Home Assistance
OPEN: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm
Family Practice
RECYCLE
Local Full Service Mobile Recycling Centers
Paper • Glass • Metal • Plastic 1 - 7
All containers must be clean.
All types of household batteries will be accepted
(For example: Alkaline, nickel, cadmium, cell
phone, and button batteries)
NO lead acid automotive batteries.
For questions please contact MSU Extension office at
989-831-7500
Attendants will also be on site.
Howard City: 2nd Tuesday of
the month 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
& 4th Saturday of the month
9 a.m. - 3 p.m. - Fire Station/
Village Offices, 125 East Shaw
Lakeview: 4th Wednesday of
the month - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
High School Parking Lot,
9800 N. Youngman Road.
Recycling brochure can be found at the MSU Extension website:
www.msue.msu.org/montcalm under the Recycling-Resource Recovery area.
Sponsored by Montcalm County Solid Waste Management Committee
Nature Trail Enterprises
9045 Nature Trail
Fremont, MI 49412
231-924-7946
MY LIST OF STUFF - AUCTION
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Beginning @ 10 am
Located: 5811 E Baseline Rd, White Cloud MI 49349
(Roy Snell’s residence)
Directions: 6.25 miles east of W.C. on new M-20 (Baseline Road) or from US 131 take exit 131 west approx 19 miles. Watch for signs
GARAGE & TOOLS - Lincoln Electric Power Mig Welder, Lincoln Arc Welder AC 225 amp; welding helmets, tanks, hoses and gauges; 2
wheeled 6x4 utility trailer; Campbell air tank portable 5hp; various electric drills; stackable tool chests (1) nib; Craftsman stackable tool
box, portable tool bench nib; lots of hand tools (Craftsman, Snap-on..), air impact tools; various power tools (Makita, DeWalt; Craftsman
power washer 2300 psi; tow bars; folding canvas basket; cross bow & square reel; brake drum puller; Skil router; 2 ton floor jack; Upright
bladder tank; Steel work table; Halogen work light; Remington powder actuated tool in case; Assortment of pipe wrenches; 2000 lb chain
lift; Lawn & garden implements; Splitting mauls; Lawn mower, running and others for parts; Engine hoist; 9’ plastic 2-person boat; Snow
plow for atv; Logging chains; Motor stand; 1T foldable shop crane; ½ hp drill press; 48” farm jacks; 10 gal sand blaster nib; Aluminum
cargo carrier nib; Ratcheting tie-downs; 2000 lb wench; 1500 lb atv lift; Creeper; 6 ½ hp, 60 gal air compressor; Come-along; Load
binder, nib; Dual hitch extender; Hitch receiver for wench; Trailer light kits; 4 gal pump sprayer; Jack stands; Electric wire 14/2, 12/2, 4/0;
Chain fall; Pvc pipe; Lumber rough-cut, various sizes; birdhouses; stabilizing bars; 50+’ heavy plastic; 50’x30’ tarp and many other sizes;
25’ laser level w/Lenmar adjustable tripod; 6v generator for tractor; gooseneck hitch for 5th wheel; 42 watt yard light, nib; tractor chains;
portable hydraulic jack; electric chain saw sharpener, new; 100’ gauge extension cord; transient w/tripod; bow saw; pole driver; parachute
cord; gun rest; cedar bedding; plumbing & carpenter wooden toolboxes; Harris cutting torches 25’ with gauges; boat dollie
FISHING & SPORTING GOODS 6 hp snow shoes – wood & leather; ice auger 4”; Assorted cooler chests; 4 man portable ice shanty;
Portable deer hanger; Numerous tackle boxes, lures, lots of rapalas and steelhead jibs (Nippers); Minkota 3 hp trolling motor; lake fish
nets; Lowrance x15a comp/sonar paper graph; Seign net; Gas space heater; Coleman lanterns; Hummingbird portable graph; Outhouse
deer blind; LH golf clubs – Taylor Made 580; Calloway golf clubs; Camping chairs; 10x10 gazebo, Instant twin bed w/legs; Tent chair;
Black water tanks; The Block target; Electric filet knife in case; Wood cabinets; hunting stand tree climber; homemade downriggers &
planeing board.
MISCELLANEOUS - Commercial pig rooster; ’50 Ford tractor 8N; ’51 Ford tractor 8N; Back blade, disc, landscaping rake; Telephone/
electric poles; 6 chrome chairs; Portable igloo refrigerator; Turkey cooker, nib; Glass top dining table with chrome legs; Glass top/
wood coffee table and side table; Assorted glassware & stemware; 1950’s Hollywood bed suite; Dual Tandem Trailer; 1989 Ford F250
wood hauler.
HAND GUNS & RIFLES – Phoenix Arms 22, Ruger 44, 9mm, 22, 45 & 38 calibers; US Firearms 45; Taurus (2) 45 & 357 calibers;
Remington 30-06 Woodsmaster Model 742 w/Burris 3x-9x scope; Safari Classic Crossbow; ammunition; lots of reloading supplies (Lee
Zip Trim, Breech Lock Challenger Press, Dies, RCBS Scale; tumblers, caliper); Intratec 9mm Lugar Model AB-10; 10 gauge, bolt action
Mossburg; Mossburg 3½” Model 835 Turikey Gun; Ithica 12 ga 3”, Model M66; Muzzle Loader Thompson Center Arms 50 cal, White
Mountain Carbine; 357 Magnum w/2 barrels
To view photos go to: https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=E522E858AB5B652A
G. Hersh Auction Service
231-689-1770
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Roy is downsizing, lots of these items are still new in
the box. A Sportsman’s Dream Sale. Handgun buyers must have purchase per-
mits.
TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID (No out-of-state checks). Announce-
ments day of sale takes precedence over printer materials. Not responsible for
accidents or lost. Rain or shine. Lunch on site.
BOB PARKER 231-823-2329
LUNCH WAGON
Condition Terms of Sale: Cash, Good Check with ID - nothing removed until settled for. (Not Responsible for Lost or Damaged Items)
www.currieparkerauction.com
Currie/Parker Auction Service
717 Sheridan - Big Rapids, MI
Mecosta County
AUCTION SALE
Thursday, September 29th, 2011 @ 6:00 PM
Mecosta County Service Building
14485 Northland Drive Big Rapids, Michigan
Directions: From Big Rapids Go South On State St./Northland South Of Ferris State University. Service Bldg Is
On West Side Of Road, South Of City Limits
AUCTIONEER: PHIL CURRIE 231-796-6617
PORTA JOHN
3 Leaf Blowers
2 Tool Boxes
1 Electric Drill
5 Computer Hard Drives
2 Desk
High Tensil Fence Wire
Reclining Chair
Bicycles
10” Miter Saw
Vacuum Cleaner
Misc Computer Equipment
Metal Shelves
Metal/Steel Posts
Pioneer Head Units
RCA Monitor -2
Misc Electronics
John Deer Walk Behind Snow
Blower-Electric Start
Ranger Or S-10 Pickup Topper
3 Dog Cages
VEHICLES
2000 Ford Crown Vic
178812 Miles
Vin: 1FTZR15X3YTA96726
2008 Ford Crown Vic
108292 Miles
Vin: 2FAFP71V28X167939
2008 Ford Crown Vic
114506 Miles
Vin: 2FAFP71V28X167940
GUNS
Winchester Model 190 22 Cal
Semi Auto W/Weaver Scope
Remington Model 7400 30-06 Semi
Auto W/Scope Serial: B8260531
Japanese Rifle Cal Unknown
Serial: 42739
Marlin Model 30as 30-06 Lever
Action W/Bushnell Scope And
Hard Case
Hi=Point 995 9mm Semi Auto
Rifle Serial: B01633
Marlin Model 60 22 Cal Semi
Auto Serial: 15315285
Remington Model 7400 243 Semi
Auto W/ Tasco Scope & Hard Case
S:8538564
Ithaca 20 Ga Pump Shot Gun Mod 37
Serial: 482027-2
Ruger 10/22 Semi Auto Folding
Stock, Serial: 126=23131
Beretta Model 1200 Semi Auto 12 Ga
Shotgun Serial: T00438e
Remington 16 Ga Semi Auto Shot
Gun Mod. 11-48 Serial: 5535141
Stevens Mod. 311a 12 Ga Double
Barrel Shot Gun
Power Master Pellet Gun Model 760
Falcon Compound Bow
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Throughout the month of October 2011 our staff will
be administering Flu shots at many locations in Kent,
Montcalm, Mecosta, Newaygo, Lake & Osceola counties.
Please watch for future ads in this paper listing the locations, dates
and times of the “Flu Shot” clinics. Also, feel free to contact our office
with any questions regarding our flu shot clinics.
TThhiis yyeeaarr wwee arree aabblee ttoo ooffeer
FFlluu SSShhhootts ffoorr $$225 eaacchh.
• SHOTS: Are available for both adults and
children. All minors must be accompanied by
parent or legal guardian. For children 4 and
younger, parents should consult their family
physician.
• COST: Shot cost $25. We accept cash. We will
only bill traditional Medicare or Medicare Ad-
vantage Plans. Participants of Medicaid and
all other insurance plans will need to pay for
the shot and file for possible reimbursement.
Administered by
A.C.E. Home Health Care Services Inc.
239 S. Ensley • Howard City
231-937-4514 • Fax: 231-937-7246
Providing: Skilled Nursing - Therapies (Physical, Occupational, & Speech) - I.V. Infusion
Medical Social Work - Home Health Aides - Homemakers - Private Duty Nursing
Medicare Certified JCAHO Accredited
10/3 ........3:00 pm - 5:00 pm ..................... A.C.E. Home Health Care ................................ 239 S. Ensley, Howard City
10/4 ........10:00 am - 11:30 am ................. Chapel of the Lakes Mecosta ............................ 9407 - 90th Ave., Mecosta
Noon - 1:30 pm ......................... Immanuel Lutheran Big Rapids ........................ 726 Fuller Ave., Big Rapids
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm ..................... St. Paul Lutheran Reed City ............................. 22275 Four Mile Rd., Reed City
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ..................... Evart VFW ........................................................ 4681 - 85th Ave., Evart
10/5 ........10:00 am - 11:30 am ................. St. Bartholomew Newaygo ............................... 599 West Brooke St., Newaygo
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm ..................... Grace Community Church ................................ 9920 Reed Rd., Howard City
10/6 ........10:30 am - 11:30 am ................. Hollister Senior Center ..................................... 1505 Michigan Ave., Big Rapids
10/7 ........9:00 am - 10:30 am ................... Edmore Foods ................................................... 540 E. Main, Edmore
9:30 am - 10:30 am ................... Howard City Action Center .............................. 132 E. Edgerton, Howard City
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm ..................... Howard City VFW ............................................ 1000 S. Ensley, Howard City
10/9 ........8:00 am - 9:30 am ..................... Sheridan VFW .................................................. 209 W. Washington St., Sheridan
10/10 ......2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ..................... Northland United Methodist Church ................ 6842 Northland Dr., Stanwood
10/11 .......9:30 am - 11:30 am ................... A.C.E. Home Health Care ................................ 239 S. Ensley, Howard City
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm ..................... Royal View ....................................................... 9100 Buchanan Rd., Mecosta
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ..................... American Legion, Morley ................................ 2560 Northland Dr., Morley
10/12 ......10:00 am - 11:00 am ................. Standale Senior Center ..................................... 4104 Lake Michigan Dr., NW, Walker
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm ..................... Christ the King Catholic Church ...................... 9596 N. Reed Rd., Howard City
10/13 ......10:30 am - 11:30 am ................. Heritage United Methodist Church ................... 19931 W. Kendaville Rd., Pierson
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm ..................... Tri County Administration ................................ 94 Cherry St., Sand Lake
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm ..................... Heritage United Methodist Church ................... 19931 W. Kendaville Rd., Pierson
10/14 ......11:00 am - 12:30 pm ................. United Methodist Church, Reed City ............... 503 S. Chestnut, Reed City
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm ..................... A.C.E. Home Health Care ................................ 239 S. Ensley, Howard City
10/16 ......10:15 am - 11:30 am ................. Bethel Lutheran Church .................................... 18669 W. M-46, Howard City
11:30 am - 12:30 pm ................. Newaygo Congregational UCC ........................ 432 Quarterline, Newaygo
10/17 ......3:00 pm - 4:00 pm ..................... Reed City VFW ................................................ 129 E. Osceola, Reed City
10/18 ......10:00 am - 11:30 am ................. Mecosta Senior Center ...................................... 12954 - 80th Ave., Mecosta
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm ..................... St. Paul Lutheran, Greenville ........................... 100 E. Coffren, Greenville
10/19 ......9:00 am - 11:00 am ................... A.C.E. Home Health Care ................................ 239 S. Ensley, Howard City
10:30 am - 12:30 pm ................. Montcalm Community College ........................ 2800 College Dr., Sidney
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm ..................... First United Methodist St. Louis ...................... 116 Franklin, St. Louis
10/20 ......10:00 am - 11:00 am ................. Idlewild Senior Center ...................................... 723 Lansing Rd., Idlewild
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm ..................... Tri County High School .................................... 21338 Kendaville Rd., Howard City
10/21 ......2:30 pm - 4:00 pm ..................... Baldwin VFW ................................................... 2225 S. M-37, Baldwin
10/27 ......9:30 am - 10:30 am ................... Myrtle Mae Apts., ............................................. 115 W. First St., Stanton
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm ..................... A.C.E. Home Health Care ................................ 239 S. Ensley, Howard City
10/28 ......11:00 am - Noon ....................... Greenville Senior Center .................................. 715 S. Baldwin, Greenville
10/31 ......9:15 am - 10:30 am ................... Nesbit/Fairman ................................................. 208 Maple, Big Rapids
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