Defendant owned a farm where he and his family lived. He owned a car, paid his bills, and lived as comfortably as the average farmer. He provided piano lessons for his twelve-year old daughter, who showed an aptitude for music and was the pianist, of the neighborhood. For tuning a piano at the request of defendant's wife and daughter, plaintiff recovered a judgment of five dollars, based on a verdict that tuning the piano was a necessary for which defendant was liable. Held, that the amount being easily within the means of the father and the service necessary if the child were to pursue her musical studies the court did not err in submitting the case to the jury. Sisson v. Schultz, 251 Mich. 553, 232 N.W. 253. ·