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Friday, July 15, 2016

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Gray shines at Rehoboth

by Mike Dunn

LUCAS Gray Vandervelde

didnt set out to be the champion of
the 14th annual Rehoboth Ramble
5K road race on Saturday morning.
It just worked out that way.
Gray, 16, a junior at McBain
and a cross country runner for
Coach Johnny Ensing, was more
interested in his time than his
position at the start. He wanted
to finish the course that winds
through downtown Lucas in less
than 19 minutes. He didnt quite
reach that goal but he did cross the
finish line ahead of everyone else
in the field of 60 runners and that
was a nice consolation.
My goal was to come in under 19 minutes and I was a little
slower than that but I cant be
unhappy with how I finished,
Gray said afterward.
Gray and fellow McBain cross
country teammate, classmate and
friend Eli Nelson were the top two
runners at the final turn.

Eli was right behind me and he

said, Lets finish strong, and that
pushed me at the end, Gray said.
It was nice having Eli there.
Gray, whose personal-best time
of 18:52 came in last years
regional cross country meet, is
participating in a rigorous summer
workout regimen that includes a
goal of 300 miles of road work.
The road race was part of that.
It was just a normal run, like
another day of work, Gray said
with a smile.
Eli, 16, who is also going into
his junior season at McBain, is
having a pretty good summer so
far. He won the Geers Farm 5K
a few weeks ago and came in as
runner-up at Lucas.
Going into the race, I figured if
I kept up with Gray, Id be OK,
Eli said. We pushed each other a
little bit during the last mile or so.
I knew the faster Gray went, the
faster I would want to go.
Eli was happy with his time.
It actually went a little better

than I thought, he said. I came

in under 20 minutes and I was
happy with that.
Another McBain cross country
runner, Brianna Eisenga, came in
fourth place overall and was the
2016 female champion in a time
of 22:16.
This was my first time doing
this race, said Brianna, who
turns 14 this week. I wanted to
do more road races this summer
and someone suggested this one
and Im glad they did. I liked it.
Brianna, whose father Kyle
Eisenga was a standout runner for
McBain back in the day, was happy that her uncle Brent Eisenga,
who finished third in 21:50, wore
a very bright yellow shirt during
the road race.
My uncle Brent was wearing
this really bright shirt and I knew
that as long as I could see it I was
doing pretty good, she said with
a laugh.
see REHOBOTH on page 3-B

Manton teens, from left, Isaac Raden, Ashley Parker and Paige Swiriduk enjoyed taking part in
the annual Greatest Fourth road race event. (photo by Mike Dunn)

Gray Vandervelde pushes to the finish line of the Rehoboth

Ramble with Eli Nelson close behind. (photo by Mike Dunn)

Manton runners like

Greatest Fourth race
by Mike Dunn

LAKE CITY Some teens from Manton were among the field of
700 participants in this years Greatest Fourth in the North road race
event last week.
Ashley Parker, 15, and Isaac Raden, 14 participated for the second
year in a row while Paige Swiriduk,14, took part for the first time.
Ashley is a sophomore while Paige and Isaac are both incoming
freshmen at Manton High School. The three are friends and fellow
runners who will be doing leg work for Manton cross country coach
Jeff Harding when school resumes again.
I really like it here, said Ashley, who made a splash for Manton
in track and cross country both as a freshman last school year. Its
organized and well-marked and everybodys friendly. Plus, theres a
lot of people and its not that far to come. Its just a good atmosphere.
Ashley fared well in the 5K, taking second in her age group (Female
11-15) in a time of 22:58, good for 52nd overall out of 358 runners.
Paige and Isaac both ran in the 10K and they had similar goals: to
beat each other.
Paige took first in her age group in a time of 42:57, good for a very
respectable 14th place overall out of 98 runners. Isaac also came in
see RUNNERS on page 2-B


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Greatest Fourth 5K walk

Space did not allow for this to
be printed in our last issue.
CHAMPION: Shane Larkin, 31:11
FEMALE CHAMP: Kim Lutenske, 34:09
1. Shane Larkin, 45, Merritt 31:11
2. Kimberly Lutenske, 40, Midland 34:09*
3. Cindy Coulter, 58, St. Johns 38:12
4. Mimi Zwolak, 59, Lake City 38:21
5. Sally Sloboda, 54, Saginaw 39:13
6. Teresa Galbraith, 43, Swartz Creek 41:10
7. Alissa Larkin, 36, Merritt 42:22
8. Jennifer Pellow, 32, Lake City 42:27
9. Sherry Fedewa, 66, Fowler 42:40
10. Scott Armiak, 45, Grosse Ile 43:48
*Female Champion
1. Genevieve Zellen, 10, Adrian 1:01:59
1. Matthew Snover, 9, Taylor 51:52
FEMALE 11-15
1. Riley Hanses, 13, Westphalia 52:10
2. Jordyn Hanses, 14, Westphalia 52:26
3. Joyan Burri, 12, Wyoming 52:44
FEMALE 16-19
1. Karalyse Hagen, 17, Alma 52:45
MALE 16-19
1. Lucas Baird, 17, Woodstock, GA 59:16
FEMALE 20-24
1. Allyson Pohl, 24, Westphalia 45:22
2. Jenna Wellman, 22, Westphalia 52:10
MALE 20-24
1. Tyler Snover, 21, Lake City 52:12
FEMALE 25-29
1. Candace Raines, 29, Charlotte 51:32
2. Rebecca Yoder, 28, Kytotsmovi 52:44
3. Kristyn Hagen, 28, Alma 52:46
MALE 25-29
1. Michael Gates, 28, Midland 44:00
2. Jordan Raines, 40, Charlotte 52:17

3. Kyle Hagen, 26, Lake Orion 52:44

FEMALE 30-34
1. Jennifer Pellow, 32, Lake City 42:27
FEMALE 35-39
1. Alissa Larkin, 36, Merritt 42:22
2. Tamara Pedlar, 36, Gaines 46:27
FEMALE 40-44
1. Teresa Galbraith, 43, Swartz Creek 41:10
2. Emily Pedlar, 43, Lake City 46:27
3. Susy Pedlar, 41, Fenton 46:27
MALE 40-44
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FEMALE 45-49
1. Becky Wellman, 48, Westphalia 45:28
2. Linea Granger, 34, Lake City 52:01
3. Debbie Snover, 41, Taylors, SC 52:19
MALE 45-59
1. Scott Armiak, 45, Grosse Ile 43:48
2. Greg Snover, 46, Taylors, SC 44:40
3. Jeff Snover, 49, Lake City 51:28
FEMALE 50-54
1. Sally Sloboda, 54, Saginaw 39:12
2. Beth Scott, 52, Lake City 46:16
3. Michelle Blazi, 52, Niles 47:34
FEMALE 55-59
1. Cindy Coulter, 58, St. Johns 38:12
2. Mimi Zwolak, 59, Lake City 37:21
3. Teresa Veldheer, 57, Lake City 47:35
MALE 55-59
1. Phil Wade, 59, Sanford 43:59
FEMALE 60-64
1. Susan Denholm, 63, Kalkaska 48:00
MALE 60-64
1. Dan Fletcher, 60, Grosse Ile 43:50
FEMALE 65-69
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Sirpilla enjoys visits to LC

by Mike Dunn
LAKE CITY Coming north
from Wyoming (near Grand Rapids) is a summer tradition for Lake
City graduate Jeff Sirpilla.
Sirpilla, a former standout track
and cross country athlete for the
Trojans, likes to visit around the
time of the Greatest Fourth and
take part in the road race.
Its something I still enjoy doing, Sirpilla said with a smile in
the city park following the road
race last Monday, wife Allison by
his side. Theres nothing quite
like the road race here. You get to
see friends and family and you get
to support the athletic boosters at
the same time. Its a great thing.
Sirpilla, an advanced quality engineer for an auto manufacturer in
Grand Rapids, has kept himself in
pretty good shape since graduating nearly 20 years ago. He came
in second place in his age division
(Male 35-39) and 41st overall out
of hundreds in the 5K, finishing in
a time of 22:26.
He and Allison used to come
north more frequently but havent
been making the trip since Jeffs
dad Jim Sirpilla passed away a
few years ago. But being part of
the Fourth road race has not lost
its appeal. Jeff has taken part in
the road about 15 times.
This is one of the best races
and one of the best courses, said
Jeff, who still owns a school re-

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first in his age division in a time of

43:26. He came in a very respectable 15th place but, as it turned
out, he was one place behind

Lake City graduate Jeff Sirpilla and lovely bride Allison smile
after Greatest Fourth road race. (photo by Mike Dunn)
cord in the 3200-mile relay (8:24)
with partners Shawn Pedlar, Pat
Paulin and Rob Root.
Allison, 27, has come to enjoy
the Greatest Fourth road race
experience also. She got into
running a few years to share the
activity with Jeff and she hasnt
looked back.
He basically gave me the option: cheer for me or run, Allison
said with a chuckle. I decided

to run.
She took part in her very first 5K
in Lake City two years ago. This
year she graduated to the 10K race
and fared pretty well, coming in
60th place overall and sixth in her
age bracket in a time of 56:43.
This is a great course, she
said. The atmosphere is really
nice and its great to be part of it
because it gives back to the community.

I did the 5K last year but I wanted to challenge myself more this
year so I did the 10K, explained
Isaac, who has a Lake City address
but attends Manton school.
My biggest goal was not to

let Paige beat me but I guess I

didnt quite get it, he added with
a chuckle.
Isaac said he enjoys taking part
in the road race.
Its pretty fun, he said. There
are different places where theres
a mix in the trails and theres a
good amount of shade.
For her part, Paige was looking
for a good workout in the 10K and
she got it.
I hadnt run the 10K distance before so I was pretty excited about it, she said. I really
liked the course. You get to go
by the water and theres plenty
of shade. And its kind of neat
coming down the street at the
end and seeing all the people.


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The 2016 field of the Rehoboth Ramble 5K race kicks it off with Billy Barnett, the handsome guy
with the shades helping to lead the way. (photo by Mike Dunn)

continued from page 1-B

Brianna was pleased that her

McBain teammate Megan Taylor
was close behind her.
I sensed Megan behind me
and that helped me to keep up my
pace, she said.
Brianna will be taking part in
the Crystal Lake Team Marathon
later this summer with teammates
Klaudia OMalley, Brendan Sutten and Alex Hamilton.
Im hoping that I can get a little
faster this summer, she said.
Megan Taylor came in fifth
(22:59) behind Gray, Eli, Brent
Eisenga and Brianna. Jacob
Mayle, yet another McBain student, was sixth (24:27) followed
by Carrie Rozeveld (24:43) in
seventh, Dan Schmidt (25:00),
Whitney Soule (25:14) and Haley
Swiger (25:31).

Brenda Pylkas was the Athena

winner this year in 30:15.
The youngest runner in the field
on Saturday was effervescent
7-year-old Brooklyn Eisenga,
the younger sister of Brianna
and 10-year-old Baily and the
daughter of Kyle and Roxanne.
Brooklyn poured it on at the end
and turned in a very respectable
time of 30:52, winning a medal
in her age group.
Brooklyn said she likes running and it shows. She also came
in second place in her age group in
a race earlier this summer at Evart.
When asked how it felt taking
first place in her age group on
Saturday, Brooklyn smiled and
she it felt good.
I had to stop and tie my shoe
and that slowed me down, she
said, but it was still fun.

The race was held for the third

year in memory of the late Rev.
Dave Sterk, the longtime beloved
pastor of the Rehoboth church
who lost his battle with cancer in
April of 2013.
This race is for Dave now,
said Race Director Johnny Ensing. He was a big part of this
race for many years. This is a
community event that brings
people and families together and
thats what Dave loved. We dont
have as many runners as we used
to because of some competing
events but its still a great time.

Rehoboth Ramble 2016 champions Brianna Eisenga, left, and

Gray Vandervelde each display their trophy following the postrace award ceremony. See race results on followint page. (photo
by Mike Dunn)

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School News
Second semester

McBain Middle School Honor Roll

*Denotes All As
* Michayla Bell
* Mya Eisenga
Emily Gilde
Bryson Roller
Ella Schroder
Keaton Raska
Emma Schierbeek
Brock Maloney
Matthew Sikkema
Carsten Huttenga
Tucker Vandervelde
Tyler Bonham
Arrisa Brown
Taylor Benthem
Kayda Cotter
James Taylor
Kila Boonstra

Dylan Schonert
Alex Vana
Reese Ensing
Katelyn Buning
Amarah Birgy
Tyler Koetje
Logan Roper
Alex Sikkema
Claire Goodrich
Morgan Eisenga
* Emma Boonstra
* McKenna Gilde
* Mason Heuker
* Klaire Pollington
Silas Boonstra
Emily Dodde
Michel Romero
Caitlin Dodde

Katie Medendorp
Grayson VerBerkmoes
Alexis Gilde
Daniel McNallyRodenbaugh
Wyatt Sikkema
Dereck Kamphouse
Wyat Soule
Kyle Pylkas
Matthew Utecht
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Maggie OMalley
Isabella Greer
Kaiden McGillis
Seth Wilson
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Expansion of Chronic Wasting Disease core area

LANSING The Michigan
Natural Resources Commission expanded the Core Chronic
Wasting Disease (CWD) Area
to include 17 townships. This
area, which will continue to be
referred to as Deer Management
Unit (DMU) 333, now will consist of Lansing, Meridian, Williamstown, Delhi, Alaiedon and
Wheatfield townships in Ingham
County; DeWitt, Bath, Watertown, Eagle, Westphalia, Riley,
Olive and Victor townships in
Clinton County; Woodhull Township in Shiawassee County, and
Oneida and Delta townships in
Eaton County.
The CWD Management Zone
also has expanded; it now will

include the remainder of Clinton,

Eaton, Ingham and Shiawassee
counties, as well as all of Ionia
County. The expanded Management Zone will be referred to as
DMU 419.
With the detection of CWDpositive deer in the southern part
of Clinton County, we need to
better understand the magnitude
of the disease in those areas,
said Chad Stewart, Department of
Natural Resources deer specialist.
Expanding our surveillance to
include those areas is key at this
point, and we need help from
landowners and hunters within
the expanded zone to help us with
this effort.
Other regulation changes in-

Thank You
Classic Chevrolet
American Waste
Susan L. Vignola, D.D.S.
Chemical Bank
Heritage Sustainable Energy
Merritt Speedway
Venetian Blind Co. of Mid
Michigan, LLC
Food Factory & Pub
Cadillac News
A & L Trading Post
RE/MAX Central
Fifth Third Bank
VanDrie Home Furnishings
Valley Farms Supply
Bader & Sons
Fox Motors
Lake City Manufacturing
Hollywood Bar
Town Pump Saloon
Sons of American Legion
Munson Healthcare-Cadillac
Johnson Oil
Terry Coaster State Farm Ins.
Missaukee Golf

Banning deer feeding and baiting on all properties within the
Core CWD Area and Management
Opening Eaton and Ionia counties to the early antlerless deer
Allowing roadkill deer in the
Core CWD Area to be possessed
and kept with a DNR-issued salvage tag from a law enforcement
officer or DNR employee, as long
as the head is submitted to a DNR
biologist, biologist appointee or
check station.
Continuing from last year, other
regulation reminders include:
Those hunting within the Core
CWD Area are required to present

the head of all hunter-harvested

deer within 72 hours of harvest to
a DNR deer check station.
Hunters leaving the Core CWD
Area are required to present
the entire carcass of all hunterharvested deer originating from
the Core CWD Area within 72
hours of harvest to a DNR deer
check station. (A list of deer check
stations is available at michigan.
All live free-ranging deer from
within the CWD Management
Zone or Core CWD Area are
prohibited from being rehabilitated. Permittees located within
the CWD Management Zone or
Core CWD Area may no longer
rehabilitate deer.

CWD affects members of the

deer family, including elk and
moose. It is caused by the transmission of infectious, self-multiplying proteins (prions) contained
in saliva and other body fluids
of infected animals. Since the
May 2015 discovery of chronic
wasting disease in a free-ranging,
Michigan white-tailed deer, more
than 5,000 deer have been tested
for CWD in order to gauge the
extent of the disease across the
landscape. Of those tested, seven
deer were confirmed positive for
the disease in Clinton and Ingham
To date, there is no evidence that
see DISEASE on page 9-B

The Lake City Area Chamber of Commerce would like to express our sincere thanks to everyone who made our Greatest Fourth in the
North truly the Greatest by your donations of funds, time, merchandise, property or services. It takes all of these things to make a
festival happen and we are truly grateful for everyones support. We hope we didnt miss a single name, but if we did, our apologies
now, for it does not mean that you are any less appreciated.

A-One Insurance Co.

Colecchio Contracting
Missaukee Title
Jessica Nielson/Miss. Co.
Cardinal Creations, Inc.
Melissa Ransom/Prosecuting
Coldwell Banker/Schmidt
Baker College
Ball Construction
Gladhands Chiropractic
Northern Michigan Servicestore, Inc.
The Music Station
Independent Bank
AllPro Technology
Northern Auto-Lake City
Missaukee Sentinel
Accommodation Sponsors
Super 8 Hotel Houghton
Raffle Ticket Sponsor
Fosters Super Market
Star Sponsors
Marcia Rackov
Young Funeral Home
Patti & Dixon Grier
Keith & Kris Patterson
Vandrie Home Furnishings

Patrick & Lisa Riley

Ron & Barbara Cassell
In Memory of Jennifer
Van & Judy McDonald
Esther Keegan
Judy Iverson-Luter
Nancy Thompson
Jack & Janis Bails
Fay & Lois Zeller
Lawrence & Christine Cleary
Fireworks Sponsors
Red Tiger Tails
Lake Township
98.5 UPS / 92.1 The Twister
Whistles & Stars
Daryl & Carrie Adams
Lerg Contracting, Inc.
CITY2SHORE Real Estate
Venetian Blind Co. of Mid
Northern Lights FireworksRobs Rockets
Team Eric, Nicole, & Gracie
Valley Farms Supply
T.J.s Trucking, Inc.
Highpoint Auto & Truck
Whitetail Realty
Lake City Agency

Cardinal Creations, Inc.

Missaukee Lake Association
Pearson Drilling Co.
Lake City Masons
Stahl Event Barn
Pat & Al Mys
Lance & Mary Lindwall
Randy Thayer
Terri & Geoff Weller
Okopny Family
JP & Lori Clover
Patrick J. Keegan
Jim & Pat Spragg
Herb & Judy Wybenga
Jack & Mary Crawford
Jack & Ann Walker
Ron Pellegrino
Baker / Zaine Families
Lori Cox for Miss. Co.
Patricia Morgan
Gann Family
Walt & Gretchen Whitmer
Memory of Chuck Quaderer
Jack & Mary Tobie
In Memory of Jennifer
Van & Judy McDonald
GFWC Lake City Womens
Greg & Jeanene Brandt
Roger L. Klein Family
Peter & June Farougi

Ann Wood
Susan & Michael Thomas
Steve & Linda Rogers
State Representative
Bruce Rendon
Daire Rendon-Dragon
Payment Systems
Coffee Cup Restaurant
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Bruce Rendon
Claytons Harbor Corp.

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Grillers Restaurant
Hollywood Bar
JTs DJ Service
K-Line Signs & Graphics
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Lake City Area Chamber of
Commerce Ambassadors
Lake City Eagles
Lake City Fire Dept.
Lumber One of Lake City
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107.9 WCDY
Missaukee County Sheriffs
American Legion, Post #300
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C & W Portables
RE/MAX Land & Lakes
Chairpersons & Volunteers
Seasons of Life AFC Home
City of Lake City, Ray Vasser Super 8 Motel Houghton
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Classic Chevrolet
The Landing
Drivers Choice of Cadillac
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Vans Farm Equipment
Festival Sponsors
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Who am I?
by G. Tom Whetter

Good Morning Missaukee County Readers. Here it is the middle

of the month already and time to get busy enjoying a good old
fashioned summertime. Its also time for you to guess the name of
this person. Here are the clues.
I was born on May 27, 1963, in Traverse City. My mothers name
is June and my step dads name is Larry. I grew up in Jenison, just
outside and west of Grand Rapids, with a brother and three sistersSchrie, Debbie, Mike, and Teresa.
I graduated from Jenison High in 1982. My best memory of
school is attending art classes. I enjoy working with my hands and
my first job out of high school was in a clock factory in Kentwood.
I moved north to Lake City when I was 21 and worked for my aunt
in the summers. She always had a big flower garden and I learned
all the names of her garden flowers and sometimes I worked in
Christmas trees.
I married Tom in 1987 and we had three girls, Rachel, Lee Ann,
and Megan. Mostly, I was a stay at home mom until my divorce.
While the girls were growing up, I picked up odd jobs painting
houses, cleaning homes, and gardening. I am a very proud and
happy mother looking at my three girls and what they have accomplished with their educations. One is a pathologist, the second
an occupational therapist and the third a professional stay at home
Perhaps living on a farm most of their growing up years and taking care of their horses influenced them. They all worked and paid
for much of their own education. I am a fairly new grandmother
with two grandchildren, one, a year and a half old and the other
two months old.
When the kids grew up and left home the house was too large
for me to take care of. When it sold, I started looking around for a
brand new profession. Over a period of several years, I had my eye
on a purchase that would become my most enjoyable profession. It
goes back to my experiences at my grandmas. I will tell you about
that in a moment.
I am five foot three with brown eyes and blond hair, drive a green
2002 Explorer and I go home to greet my brown and white dog
named Riley. He is smart and likes to chase anything smaller than
him like, mice, rats, and squirrels. He is what I call a rat Russell
Terrier and a good hunter too.
I work seven days a week, nine to six. Thats what you have to
do when you run your own business. So during that time I have
developed hobbies like learning about redecorating furniture, rehabbing antiques and working with 25 vendors. I read a lot, anything
that I can learn from such as research on woodworking and crafts.
By now you can probably guess my name. If not, here are more
clues. I love music. In fact, I have music playing all the time in my
shop. The sweet smell of cedar trees, I am told, brings back many
Up North memories for many of my customers. I love being in
my shop and greeting people interested in the things that excite me
from my time with my aunt.
I enjoy mystery movies and when I get the time off in the winter,
after a long busy summer, I enjoy traveling to Ft. Meyers, Florida.
I think one of the times of my life that affected me the most was
watching the slow death, over nine months, of my favorite uncle
due to brain cancer. I have learned not to think or to worry about
see WHO on page 10-B

Food for thought

Different points of view

by Chris Bernard
This morning I read this message from Natasha Howell, at
And this,
This country was founded, yes
on optimism and pluralism, but
also on slave labor, exploitation,
violence, dehumanization. Dont
get bogged down in the guilt or
shame of this history, but know
it. Your story, our story, is a part
of that.
And this,
Things are not getting worse,
they are getting uncovered. We
must hold each other tight and
continue to pull back the veil.
Myself, I say, we cannot undo
how history demonstrates inhumane examples, over and over, of
one-upmanship, of the continual
narratives, WE ARE SUPERIOR.
We believe better than Muslims... We deserve more land
because we are more powerful...
You homos are degenerate; lesbians are freaks... You addicts are
weak and immoral.... I'd never
live next door to blacks."
I heard at a meeting this morning a mans humble words: I
suffered from an ego run riot
masquerading, trying to cover
my deep feelings of insecurity
and fear. This guy had broken
through his own veils. And what
a glowing man!
Sometime all I can do is breathe
in, breathe out. Great gulps of air...
... And dream of a possible
world where we can reach for

continued from page 8-B

the disease presents any risk to noncervids, including humans, either

through contact with an infected
animal or from handling venison.
As a precaution, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
the World Health Organization
recommend infected animals not
be consumed as food by either
humans or domestic animals.
To learn more about CWD, visit

another's hand with no embarrassment, embrace our black or

transgender friend with joy and
freedom, lift a handicapped, grubby veteran up from his wheelchair,
in elegant unity.

Inequities work together to

undermine us all, when really all
each of us needs is to be loved and
to be seen for who we are, with
no shame.
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Down Memory Lane

compiled by Sis Kitchen
100 Years Ago
The Plain Dealer
July 13, 1916
Elmer Minthorn mail carrier on
the Star City route, met with an
accident Saturday. While watering
his team at Missaukee, hitched
to the closed stage, but with the
bits out of the horses mouths,
one of the animals took fright at
The first jump or two overturned the rig, in which was a lady
passenger and a child. The horses

broke loose from the carriage, and

one of them ran a couple miles
before it was recaptured. The
passengers escaped with a few
bruises, and the rig and team, were
not much hurt.
Marriage License Frank H.
Eggart, McBain, 28 and Annie
M. Lumley, Bear Lake, 29. Melle
VanderMeulen, Falmouth, 28 and
Gertrude DeRuiter, Falmouth, 20.
Wednesday was the hottest day
of the season, so far. Lake City
thermometers registered 97 in the
shade. The light shower of rain in
the night was very welcome, but

Residential &
& Service


Nathan Newell
(231) 510-1030

has not cooled the air noticeably.

July 20
Numerous accidents The first
(accident) resulted in death, and a
second in a broken leg.
Last Friday, Elisha Nichols, a
farmer living three miles and a
half straight east of Lake City, was
knocked from a load of hay and
picked up with a fractured skull.
He died Sunday, without recovering consciousness.
No one saw Mr. Nichols fall,
and the exact cause is unknown. A
neighbor, a Mr. Haver was in the
mow but did not see the accident.
Mrs. Nichols was just outside the
barn, but not where she could
see it.
Nichols was handling the hay
fork on the load, standing on the
barn floor. The rope to which the
horse was attached, came in the
door, passed through a pulley,
and then straight up to near the

Jim Lambert

continued from page 9-B

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roof, where it passed through

another pulley, anchored to a
short post, which must have been
insecurely fastened.
Shortly after the accident to
Mr. Nichols, Michael, a neighbor,
heard the news and started over
to the Nichols home to see if he
could be of any assistance. On the
way, he was overtaken by another
neighbor, Theo Frey, bound on
the same errand, driving an automobile while Michael was on
foot. Michael is a man of about
70 years of age, and is quite deaf
so he did not hear the car coming,
and unfortunately started to cross
the road without looking around;
when the car was so close upon
him that the driver was unable
to stop.
Mr. Frey picked up the injured
man and took him home, when it
was found that two bones in the
ankle were fractured. The funeral
for Mr. Nichols took place from
the residence, Monday and was
largely attended by the neighborhood. During the service at the
house, Irvin Nichols, son of the
deceased, was taken quite se-

the small stuff in life. Life to me

is what I make of it. If you know
me then you know that I love to
be with people and everyone is
different and interesting. When I
am through work I am totally used
up and thats when I enjoy going
home and just relax.
I am a very private home life
person in regard to my own life
but at the same time I feel that
nothing in the world stops me
from getting what I want. I work
hard to get it. I want my family
to be happy and peaceful and

verely with a nervous cramp and

was seriously ill for a time.
Deceased was probably 65
years of age, and leaves a wife
and two children, Irvin and Mrs.
A child of a family named
Dunseth who lives on North
Gladwin Street fell from a childs
express wagon, striking on a cement walk and cracking a bone
in the jaw.
While preparing to paint a
building on the Gray Bros. ranch
near Merritt, Monday noon, F.M.
Nye of this place, fell from a ladder, a distance of eight or ten feet,
striking on his head, receiving
injuries that will confine him to
his home for a few days.
He was unable to explain his
fall, but was probably in part over
come with the heat. Mr. Nye was
injured by a fall from a scaffold
last winter, and has never wholly
recovered from the effects, probably.
Chas. Fitzgerald was with Mr.
Nye at Merritt, on the same job,
and brought the injured man home
in his car.

my loved ones to continue to be

I get a lot of satisfaction of
running my business. If you have
figured out who I am, stop in
sometime and get to know me.
I would like to get to know you.

Do you know who I am? If so,

be the first person to call The Sentinel office after 9 a.m. Monday,
at (231) 839-5400 and receive
a free three-month subscription. Next week we will reveal
the identity and the person who
guessed correctly.

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Multi-Family Garage Sales

Bloomfield Twp. NW Missaukee County
July 14-16 (Thurs.- Sat.)


Dont miss the area-wide Bloomfield Township Garage Sale,

located 6 miles north of Lake City off of M-66, or 7 miles northeast of Manton off of M-42. Several homes offering everything
from a motorcycle, kayak, tools, furniture, hunting, antiques,
copiers, name brand clothing and too many more items to mention.
Information available at the Township Hall on Arnold Road.
Follow the signs or call
(231) 824-4165 for further information.


Public Land Auction


The following County Treasurers will be offering tax-reverted real

estate at public auction on August 27, 2016: Missaukee, Osceola
& Wexford.
The Auction will be held at The Cherry Grove Event Center, 5676
East M-55, Cadillac, MI 49601. Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Auction will begin at 12:00 p.m.
Online bidding will be available via
For more information or for a list of the properties being sold,
visit our website at or call (800) 259-7470. Sale
listings are also available at your local County Treasurers Office.

Legal Notices
sale may be rescinded by the
foreclosing mortgagee. In that
event, your damages, if any, shall
be limited solely to the return of
the bid amount tendered at sale,
pus interest.
has made in the conditions of
a mortgage made by Malynda
Malosh, a single woman, original
mortgagor(s), to Michelle Carrick, Mortgagee dated April 12,
2011, and recorded on April 14,
2011, at 2011-00988 MTG of
the Land Records for Missaukee
County, State of Michigan, on
which mortgage there is claimed
to be due at the date hereof the
sum of eight-thousand two-hundred seventy and 77/100 dollars
Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the
statute in such case made and
provided, notice is hereby given
that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises, or some part of them, at
the public venue, at the place of
holding the Circuit Court within
Missaukee County, at 10:00 a.m.,
on July 22, 2016.
Said premises are situated in
City of Lake City, Missaukee

County, Michigan, and are described as: Lot 14, Block 3, First
addition to the Village of Lake
City, Missaukee County, Michigan.
The redemption period shall
be one (1) year from the date
of such sale, unless determined
abandoned in accordance with
MCLA 600.3241a, in which case
the redemption period shall be 30
days from the date of such sale.
If the property is sold at the
foreclosure sale under Chapter 32
of the Revised Judicature Act of
1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278
the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the
property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder
for damaging the property during
the redemption period.
Dated: June 24, 2016
For more information, please call:
(231) 839-4529
Brian J. Hoffman
Attorney for Mortgagee
110 N. Main St., P.O. Box 529
Lake City, MI 49651
_____________________ 7/15p
Notice Of Mortgage
Foreclosure Sale
sale may be rescinded by the
foreclosing mortgagee. In that
event, your damages, if any, shall

be limited solely to the return of

the bid amount tendered at sale,
plus interest.
has been made in the conditions
of a mortgage made by William
J. Carscadden And Kathleen P.
Carscadden, Husband And Wife,
original mortgagor(s), to Washington Mutual Bank, FA, Mortgagee, dated June 2, 2006, and
recorded on June 5, 2006 in instrument 2006-02076, and assigned
by said Mortgagee to JPMorgan
Chase Bank, National Association as assignee as documented
by an assignment, in Missaukee
county records, Michigan, on
which mortgage there is claimed
to be due at the date hereof the
sum of Fifty-Seven Thousand Six
Hundred Two and 76/100 Dollars
Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the
statute in such case made and
provided, notice is hereby given
that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises, or some part of them,
at public vendue, at the place of
holding the circuit court within
Missaukee County, at 10:00 AM,
on July 29, 2016.
Said premises are situated in
Township of Caldwell, Missaukee County, Michigan, and are
described as: Parcel 3 as shown
in Book of Surveys S-4 Page 221
(Being part of West 660 feet of
the SE 1/4 of Section 25, T23N,
The redemption period shall be
6 months from the date of such
sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA
600.3241a, in which case the recontinued on page 13-B

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for the week of July 17-23

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20

Aries, even if feel like youre running yourself ragged, all of your
hard work will pay off in due time.
Just be sure to avoid falling victim to
exhaustion; scale back if necessary.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21

Taurus, bide your time until you find
the right moment to express your
true feelings. You dont want to come
across as premature, and patience
can help you fine-tune your thoughts.
GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21
It seems like you cannot move
beyond the preparation stage of a
new project, Gemini. Make an effort to narrow down your choices
so things can start moving forward.
CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, overcome any lingering
doubt by examining your thought
process on past successes. Trust
your gut instincts, and you probably
will not go wrong this week.
LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, speak up if demands on your
time have become unmanageable.
Your loved ones will understand if
you need to slow things down and
take a breather.
VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, evaluate all of your choices
when a significant project is entrusted to you. Theres a reason
you have been given this responsibility, so dont be too hasty.
LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, you may need to be more
efficient with daily tasks. Dilly-dallying wont get the job done, so make
a concerted effort to improve your
focus and avoid distraction.

ness to choose the road less traveled

has helped you get where you are and
will continue to do so in the future.
SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21
Sagittarius, maintain your focus no
matter how challenging that proves
this week. You have some tasks to
complete, and they will only grow
more difficult if you lack focus.
CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, you do not have the time
to cater to every persons whim this
week. Let others know you want to
help but need some time before
you can offer any assistance.

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broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a
sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each
row, column and box. Each number can appear
only once in each row, column and box.
You can figure out the order in which the
numbers will appear by using the numeric
clues already provided in the boxes.
The more numbers you name, the easier it
gets to solve the puzzle!
Answers on page 13-B

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18

Aquarius, take a few days off, even
if responsibilities are calling. Sometimes you need to reorganize your
priorities, and some time off can
help you do just that.
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Pisces, the week ahead is full of
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work to come your way and make
the most of this chance to shine.
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Legal Notices

continued from page 11-B

demption period shall be 30 days
from the date of such sale.
If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the
Revised Judicature Act of 1961,
pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the
borrower will be held responsible
to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure
sale or to the mortgage holder for
damaging the property during the
redemption period.
Dated: July 1, 2016
For more information, please
FC S (248) 593-1304
Trott Law, P.C.
Attorneys For Servicer
31440 Northwestern Hwy Ste.
Farmington Hills, Michigan
File #457821F02
_____________________ 7/22p
SALE Default has been made
in the conditions of a mortgage
Mortgagee, dated November 6,
2007, and recorded on November 29, 2007, in Document No.
2007-04143, and assigned by said
mortgagee to Nationstar Mortgage LLC, as assigned, Missaukee
County Records, Michigan, on

which mortgage there is claimed

to be due at the date hereof the
sum of One Hundred TwentyTwo Thousand Five Hundred
Nineteen Dollars and Sixteen
Cents ($122,519.16), including
interest at 4.000% per annum.
Under the power of sale contained
in said mortgage and the statute
in such case made and provided,
notice is hereby given that said
mortgage will be foreclosed by a
sale of the mortgaged premises,
or some part of them, at public
vendue, front steps of the Courthouse in Lake City, Michigan at
10:00 AM oclock, on July 29,
2016 Said premises are located
in Missaukee County, Michigan
and are described as: Section 12,
Town 22 North, Range 8 West, A
portion of Lot 7 of Palmers Pine
Oak Plat, described by metes and
bounds and as follows: Beginning at the Southern most corner
of Lot 7; thence Northwesterly
along the Southwesterly lot line to
the Northwesterly corner of said
lot; thence Northeasterly along
the lot line 22.5 feet to a point;
thence Southeasterly to a point on
the Southeasterly line of said lot
56.7 feet Northeasterly from the
point of beginning, thence along
said Southeasterly lot line to the
point of beginning. The redemption period shall be 6 months
from the date of such sale, unless
abandoned under MCL 600.3241,
in which case the redemption
period shall be 1 month, or under
MCL 600.3241a 30 days from the
date of such sale, or 15 days from
the MCL 600.3241a(b) notice,
whichever is later, or extinguished
pursuant to MCL 600.3238. If
the above referenced property is
sold at a foreclosure sale under
Chapter 32 of Act 236 of 1961,

Answers to puzzles on page 12-B

under MCL 600.3278, the borrower will be held responsible to

the person who buys the property
at the mortgage foreclosure sale
or to the mortgage holder for
damaging the property during the
redemption period. If the sale is
set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled
only to a return of the deposit
paid. The purchaser shall have
no further recourse against the
Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or the
Mortgagees attorney. Nationstar

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We accept credit cards and Project Fresh

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Zucchini, Swiss
Chard, Kale,
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Fresh ies

continued on page 14-B



Fresh Picked

Sweet Cherries
Sunflower Seeds
$18.65 50 lb. Bag

Maple Syrup, Honey, Jam,

Cherry Juice, Farm Fresh Eggs

Whitetail Realty
101 S. Main St., Lake City (231) 839-8142


Manton #21121640 $39,900

17+ acres near Manton
City water, septic system
Travel Trailer w/extra insulation
Quonset Hut, storage shed included

Lake City #21118889 $75,900

3 bedroom, 2 bath home in town
Master suite w/walk-in closet & bath
Updated kitchen, newer windows
Covered patio & covered front porch
Large 100x100 lot, partial basement


Cadillac #21121617 $159,900

3 bedroom, 2 bath on 2+ acres
34x36 garage w/heated workshop
Deeded Lk. Mitchell access, dock rights
Family rm w/woodstove, mf laundry

Manton #21118448 $90,000

3 bedroom home on the Manistee Rv
100 of frontage on Manistee Rvr
Large detached 24x32 garage
Surrounded by state land on all sides


Lk. Sapphire #21119676 $319,000

Huge 5 bedroom, 4 bath lakefront
Full finished w/o basement w/bath
2 full master bedroom suites, fireplace
Fully remodeled kitchen, tile floors
225 of lake frontage, 3+ car garage

Lake City #21120787 $84,900

3 bedroom home on edge of town
Attached garage, large yard
Partial basement, 3 season room
Close to school & businesses

Cadillac #21120616 $89,500

Recently remodeled 2 bed condo
2 full baths, 1 car garage
Private pond and 21 acre
Central air, nice deck

McBain #21120712 $249,900

3 bedroom, 4 bath home on 2 acres
Full finished walkout basement
Attached garage plus 28x28 garage
Covered porch, fireplace, appliances

LC/Cadillac #21114745 $322,900

2600+ sq. ft. 3 bed, 2 acres, 2 story hm
Tile floors, stone fireplace, 2 baths
Full walkout bsmt., 2 car garage
Kitchen island, dining rm, built-in app
Office, game room, grand foyer, A/C


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continued from page 13-B
Mortgage LLC Mortgagee/Assignee Schneiderman & Sherman,
P.C. 23938 Research Drive, Suite
300 Farmington Hills, MI 48335
S20140602031026 FHLMC
_____________________ 7/22p
having been made in the terms
and conditions of a certain mortgage made by Allen Slater and
Cheryl Slater, husband and wife,
Mortgagors, to Little Valley Moho
Sale, Mortgagee, dated the 15th
day of May, 1996 and recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds,
for The County of Missaukee and

State of Michigan, on the 21st

day of May, 1996 in Liber 304 of
Missaukee County Records, Page
54, said Mortgage having been
assigned to U.S. Bank, N.A. as
trustee for Manufactured Housing Contract Senior/Subordinate
Pass-Through Certificate Trust
1996-6 on which mortgage there
is claimed to be due, at the date of
this notice, the sum of Eighteen
Thousand Six Hundred Sixteen
and 80/100 ($18,616.80), and no
suit or proceeding at law or in
equity having been instituted to
recover the debt secured by said
mortgage or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, by virtue of the
power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and pursuant to statute
of the State of Michigan in such
case made and provided, notice is
hereby given that on the 5th day of
August, 2016 at 10:00 AM oclock
Local Time, said mortgage will be

foreclosed by a sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the

front steps of the Courthouse in
Lake City, MI MI (that being the
building where the Circuit Court
for the County of Missaukee is
held), of the premises described in
said mortgage, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to pay the
amount due, as aforesaid on said
mortgage, with interest thereon at
9.50 per annum and all legal costs,
charges, and expenses, including
the attorney fees allowed by law,
and also any sum or sums which
may be paid by the undersigned,
necessary to protect its interest in
the premises. Which said premises
are described as follows: All that
certain piece or parcel of land,
including any and all structures,
and homes, manufactured or otherwise, located thereon, situated
in the Norwich Township, County
of Missaukee, State of Michigan,

Land and Lakes

(231) 839-6500

1263 S. Lakeshore Dr., Lake City

Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5; Saturday 10-2

Each Office Independently Owned & Operated


7559 W White Birch, Lake

City BEST PRICE! 1292 sq ft, 3
bed, 1 bath with 60 of lake frontage
with sandy beach and bottom. Boat
dock and extra parcel site of .64 acre
with a huge 30x40 pole barn for all
your toys. Great pkg. for your money.
Wont Last! $274,000 MLS #1819597


2632 Beeler Rd, Lake City

Custom boiler heats 3 bed, 2 bath
home. Gas fireplace for comfort or
to help heat. 24x32 horse barn and
24x48 pole barn both with power and
water. Utility barn, 17x24. Pastures
have elec. fencing. Hot tub and appliances stay. $173,000 MLS #1809385


9800 N VanderMeulen RD.,

Lake City 20 acres with A-frame
cabin and newer 5th wheel. Property
has mix of rolling hills and full of mixed
hardwoods.Wildlife galore. 1/4 mile to
state land with many trails. Paved roads
front this cabin and land. $52,000 MLS


Sara Crawford


damaging the property during the

redemption period. If the sale is
set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled
only to a return of the deposit
paid. The Purchaser shall have no
further recourse against the Mortgagee or the Mortgagees attorney
Dated: 7/8/2016 U.S. Bank, N.A.
as trustee for Manufactured Housing Contract Senior/Subordinate
Pass-Through Certificate Trust
1996-6 Mortgagee
Attorney for U.S. Bank, N.A. as
trustee for Manufactured Housing Contract Senior/Subordinate
Pass-Through Certificate Trust
1996-6 700 Tower Drive, Ste. 510
Troy, MI 48098 (248) 362-2600
_____________________ 7/29p
continued on page 15-B

Carlos Jean-Francois
Associate Broker

Joe McGiness
Associate Broker

~ Vacant Land ~
40 AC Johnson Road, Lake
City 40 acres of prime hunting
land located near Moorestown. 1320
x 1320. $65,000 MLS #1819772
00 Gaukel Road, Lake City
Beautiful 40 acre parcel full of hardwoods. Property has trails throughout
with an open camping / picnic area.
Great year round use. Close to 1000s
of acres of state land. $63,000 MLS

6889 Redman, Lake City 3

bed, 1 bath features open floor
plan, 1st floor laundry, 2 car garage,
central air, Andersen windows, house
alarm system, new roof and sprinkler
system. 60 ft. of frontage one of Lk.
Missaukees protected coves. Home
warranty. $229,900 MLS #1809371


CITY 1008 Sq ft Ranch with 2
beds, 1 full bath and 2 car garage.
Fenced back yard situated on corner
lot 120x140, big enough for an extra
garage. Public Lake access to Lake Missaukee at the end of Pavilion. $69,900
MLS #1810328

8040 E 12 Rd, Manton Delightful country setting offering peace

and serenity for the buyers of this
charming ranch home on 1.2 acres.
Only minutes from downtown Manton and a short commute to Cadillac
or Traverse City via US 131 freeway.
$52,000 MLS #1814671

0 Phelps Road, Lake City

Wooded 80 acres in Northeast Missaukee county.There are two 2 tracks
into the property and the signs are at
each of the 2 tracks. Plenty of wildlife
around the property. There are a few
wet areas on the property to make
a mixed type of land. $132,000 MLS
8522 W Cutcheon Rd., Man- #1819913
toN 40 acre parcel with a 1992
mobile home. Well maintained, new
furnace and 3 beds and 1 bath. Tree 0
farm to the east of the property. Two Lake City Nice dry 20 acres
outbuildings. New well in 2000 and in Northeast Missaukee County.
new point in 2014. See this property. Paved road. Parcel has mixed woods.
$32,000 MLS #1818077
$95,000 MLS #1809431


1501 S Morey Rd, Lake City

Great investment property that has
long term leases on two of the four
units. Plenty of parking for your customers. Also has high traffic volume.
Check this one out before its gone.
$199,000 MLS #1812616

and described as follows, to wit:

Commencing at the Southeast corner of the Northwest 1/4 of Southwest 1/4 of Section 36, T24N,
R6W, Norwich Township, Missaukee County, Michigan, thence
West 66 2/3 feet and parallel with
the East-West 1/8 line; thence
North 200 feet; thence East 66 2/3
feet parallel with the Road; thence
South 200 feet parallel to 1/4 line
to point of beginning. During the
six (6) months immediately following the sale, the property may
be redeemed, except that in the
event that the property is determined to be abandoned pursuant
to MCLA 600.3241a, the property
may be redeemed during 30 days
immediately following the sale.
Pursuant to MCLA 600.3278,
the mortgagor(s) will be held responsible to the person who buys
the property at the foreclosure
sale or to the mortgage holder for

Friday, July 15, 2016 The Missaukee Sentinel


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CASE NO. 15-5499-GC
870 South Main Street,
P.O. Box 70,
Cheboygan, MI 49721
(231) 627-8839


(231) 627-7634
2. A copy of this order shall
be published once each week in

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month and security deposit of
$650 required. Includes lawn care,
snow removal, sewer, water and
garbage removal. No pets. Call
Bowman & Rogers PC at (231)
839-7248 for information.
_______________________ 8/5
2 bedroom vacation rental and
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weekly. Call (989) 965-5722.
______________________ 7/15
Weekly, monthly apartments and
homes. Call for details, Brenda
Everett Realty (231) 839-4342.
Equal Opportunity Housing.
_____________________ 32ufn

15 cubic foot chest freezer, 2 baskets & divider in bottom, 2 years

old, $300, (231) 826-3691.
______________________ 7/15
Mulch Bulk or bagged, chocolate, cedar, red and hardwood.
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Black dirt, $18/yard or 5 yards
delivered $90 (15 mile radius).
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PARAPROFESSIONAL - Elementary library/technology position. Lake City Area Schools,

Mrs. Kay Gill, Elementary Principal PO Box 900, Lake City 49651
by July 22 www.lakecityschools.
______________________ 7/15
Experienced cook available
breakfast, lunch, dinner. Stop in
Lake City Family Diner.
______________________ 7/22


A teal WaveVenture ski jet lid

(front cover). Lost on south side
of Lake Missaukee. Please call if
found (616) 780-7529.
______________________ 7/15


The Quiltin Hen, Longarm

Quilting Services. Widebacks and
batting available. 5 miles west of
McBain. Call (231) 920-1256.
_____________________ 36ufn
Trash/Junk Yard waste hauling,
will load. Non hazardous disposal.
Call Jim (231) 633-5467 for a
_____________________ 32ufn
Emery Outdoor Services accepting clients for SPRING clean up,
mowing & fertilizing. Call for estimates, licensed and insured. Call
(231) 824-6013 or (231) 920-6013.
______________________ 7ufn
Heerens Lawn Care of Lake
City, lawn care, fall & spring
clean up, snow blowing, plus odd
jobs. Free estimates, licensed and
insured. Call Eric Heeren, (231)
839-7996, 878-1679 or 878-2491.
_____________________ 42ufn

The Missaukee Sentinel for three

consecutive weeks, and proof of
publication shall be filed in this
4. A copy of this order shall
be sent to Troy Forbes of Forbes
Construction & Excavation at the
last-known address by registered
mail, return receipt requested,
before the date of the last publication, and the affidavit of mailing
shall be filed with this court.
Date: 6/22/16
s/ Maria I. Barton
Judge, Maria I. Barton P-43034
Order to Appear
and/or Produce
CASE NO. 15-5499-GC
870 South Main Street,
P.O. Box 70,
Cheboygan, MI 49721
(231) 627-8839
If you require special accommodations to use the court because
of disabilities, please contact the

Garage Sales
Lake City
July 15-17
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Murrays Farm Market
3.5 miles East of Lake City on
M-55, (231) 839-7545. Cleaning out the sheds! Lots of kids
clothes, lots of misc. items. Gas
cook stove, gas furnace, wood
stove, filing cabinets, gas grills
and much more!
______________________ 7/15

court immediately to make arrangements.

Appear personally at the time
and place stared below: You may
be required to appear from time to
time and day to day until excused.
The court address above, Thursday, 8/11/16, 1:30 p.m.
Produce/permit inspection or
copying of the following items:
Produce all of your documents
pertaining to your assets, income,
and libailities, including but not
limited to:
1) Defendants Federal and
State of Michigan Tax Returns
for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and
2) Defendants bank account

and credit union account statements for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014,
and 2015;
3) All Defendants account receivable information, including
customer/client name, address and
amount owed;
4) List of all your work in
process including client/customer name, address and unbilled
amounts to date;
5) List of your inventory, equipment, furnishings, furniture and
personal effects;
6) Title to all vehicles, boats and
aircraft which Defendant owns
and/or operates;
7) Lease agreements for all
leased vehicles, boats and aircrafts
used by Defendant;
8) All of Defendants savings
continued from page 15-B

Hunt Club, 40 Ac.

Clam River

40 Acre

Large rooms, pole barn

Sauna Room, amazing views
Too much to list, must see!
Call Darby (231) 944-4587

Cute 3 bdrm, 1 bath w/shed

On 1/2 acre w/115 ft. on river
Addl acreage available
Call Mary Jo (231) 920-8222

3 bedroom, 1.5 baths

Full walkout basement
Pond, pole barn
$81,900 1815882
Call Heather (231) 645-8441

McBain Area

Great New Price

Hunting Camp

3 beds, 2 baths, 5 acres

30x40 garage, 30x40 outbldg
Additional acreage available
$199,000 1813780
Call Carol (231) 510-2724

2 main suites, private baths

Sunroom, sauna, gazebo, 72A
heated pole barn & 4 outlbldg
Call Daniella (231) 920-3264

40 +/- acres, NW Manton

Adjacent to 270A state land
Rustic cabin, camping area
Greg Bosscher (231) 357-2798


2721 Sunnyside Drive,Cadillac
Member of the Lake City Area Chamber of Commerce


The Missaukee Sentinel Friday, July 15, 2016

continued from page 15-B
9) All of Defendants checking
10) All credit union accounts by
account number;
11) All mutual funds, including
12) Ownerships or interest in
any stock, including certificates,
statements, etc.;
13) All interest in land, including deeds, land contracts, mortgages;
14) All leases, deeds, and mortgages;
15) All accident, health and
life insurance policies, including
statement reflecting value and
16) Leases/titles reflecting ownership of all motor vehicles,
boats, aircraft, which Defendant
17) Involvement in any law-

suits, whether Plaintiff, Defendant, including copies of each

Complaint and Answer;
18) Any loans made within the
last four years, including all promissory notes, security agreements,
mortgages and credit applications;
19) Any interest in any partnerships, including copies of all
partnership agreement;
20) Any interest in any corporations, including stock certificates
and articles of incorporation, and
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
21) any transfer of real estate
in the last three years, including
deeds, land contracts, purchase
agreement and memorandum;
22) Any IRAs, Keogh Plans,
401(K) or Pensions, including
statements, certificates, etc.;
23) Any bonds - corporate and/
or government;
Motivated Seller


Jean Prangley
(231) 878-8200
(231) 775-1205 OFFICE
Each Office is Independently
Owned & Operated

MLS #1817121


1900 Schneider
Pamper yourself in luxury with this
4 Bed, 3 Bath Lake Sapphire Stunner. Hot tub, Billiard Room, Tanning Room, Wet Bar and dock. Call
me for a showing and a boat tour.

MLS #1819094


MLS #1816131
8561 W. Sapphire Ave.

Sapphire Lake 4 bed, 1 bath with

walkout basement and stunning
views from the deck. 70 of dock
and features a 24x32 garage. A
must see!

MLS #1815818
1514 S. Birchaven Beach Dr.

Missaukee lakefront home. 3

bed, 1 bath with fireplace, loft,
50 frontage. 2 car garage, across
the street w/3 bed, 1 bath home
above garage. Dont miss this!

MLS #1816130


9845 W. Walnut Street

Birchhaven Beach
Dont miss this rare opportunity to Vacant lakefront with lot across
own a piece of paradise with 213 the street to build your dream
feet of frontage on Crooked Lake
home. Located on Lake Missaukee.

Looking to sell? Give me a call!

24) Any certificates of deposits;

25) Statements from any and all
brokerage/investment accounts;
26) Any and all other assets
and liabilities whether or not described above.
_____________________ 7/29p
In the matter of: Virgil Leonard
Duprie, deceased
Date of birth: September 19,
Your interest in the Trust/Estate
of the Decedent may be barred or
affected by the following:
The Decedent, whose last
known address was 8402 North
Lucas Road, Manton, MI 49663,
died February 08, 2016.
Creditors of the Decedent, Virgil L. Duprie, who established the
Virgil L. Duprie Trust dated October 17, 2012 are notified that all
claims against the Decedent will
be forever barred unless presented
to Blair D. Duprie, Successor
Trustee of the Virgil L. Duprie
Trust dated October 17, 2012, c/o
Sherri C. Frame, PLLC 12750 S.
Saginaw Street, Suite 202, Grand
Blanc, MI 48439, within four (4)
months of the date of this publication of this Notice.
Notice is further given that the
assets of the Virgil L. Duprie Trust
dated October 17, 2012 will be
thereafter assigned and distributed
to persons entitled to such Trust
The Trust is not being supervised or administered under the
jurisdiction of any Probate Court.
Dated: July 1, 2016
Virgil L. Duprie Trust dated
October 12, 2012
Blair D. Duprie, Successor
Trustee, c/o Sherri C. Frame,
PLLC, 12750 S. Saginaw
Street, Suite 202,
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Prepared by Attorney
Sherri C. Frame (P-65158)
Sherri C. Frame, PLLC

12750 S. Saginaw St., Suite 202

Grand Blanc, MI 48439
(810) 399-5999
_____________________ 7/15p
Notice Of Mortgage
Foreclosure Sale
sale may be rescinded by the
foreclosing mortgagee. In that
event, your damages, if any,
shall be limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered
at sale, plus interest.
has been made in the conditions
of a mortgage made by Kory
Grundner, a married man, original
mortgagor(s), to PNC Mortgage,
a division of PNC Bank, National
Association, Mortgagee, dated
January 10, 2014, and recorded
on January 10, 2014 in instrument 2014-00157, and modified
by Affidavit or Order recorded
on June 27, 2016 in instrument
2016-02191, in Missaukee county
records, Michigan, on which
mortgage there is claimed to be
due at the date hereof the sum of
One Hundred Nineteen Thousand
Nine Hundred Ninety-One and
06/100 Dollars ($119,991.06).
Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the
statute in such case made and
provided, notice is hereby given
that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises, or some part of them,
at public vendue, at the place of
holding the circuit court within
Missaukee County, at 10:00 AM,
on August 12, 2016.
Said premises are situated in
Township of Lake, Missaukee
County, Michigan, and are described as: N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 36,
T22N, R8W, including a 66 foot
easement for the use of property
owners in the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of

Section 36, T22N, R8W, for a road

right of way running North and
South through the property. Said
easement described as follows;
then West 33 feet of the E 1/2 of
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and the East 33
feet of the W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NW
1/4 of Section 36, T22N, R8W.
The redemption period shall be
6 months from the date of such
sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA
600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days
from the date of such sale.
If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the
Revised Judicature Act of 1961,
pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the
borrower will be held responsible
to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure
sale or to the mortgage holder for
damaging the property during the
redemption period.
Dated: July 15, 2016
For more information, please call:
FC H (248) 593-1300
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31440 Northwestern Hwy Ste. 200
Farmington Hills, Michigan
File #463577F01
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that the Public Accuracy Test for
the August 2, 2016, Presidential
Primary Election has been scheduled for Wednesday, July 20, at
2:00 p.m. at the following location: Riverside Township Hall,
2900 W. Geers Road, McBain,
MI 49657.
The Public Accuracy Test is
conducted to demonstrate that
the program and computer that
will be used to tabulate the ballots
and count the votes does so in the
manner prescribed by law.
This testing will be performed
for Riverside Township of Missaukee County only.

Submitted: Jill Geeseman

Riverside Township Clerk
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