Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dutcher 6-27-1938



Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dutcher 6-27-1938 - Pennsylvania Hotel Under New Managers One of...
Pennsylvania Hotel Under New Managers One of Best Cooks in The Snow 5 " Presides at Pleasant Hotel "Pledged to the happy privilege of making your vacation a joy." With that phrase for a motto. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dutcher of Hessel, took over the management of : the Pennsylvania Hotel at Les Cheneaux Islands this year. Located on one of the most beau- tiful points in all the Les Chen-, eaux Islands, and on the steamer'[ channel between the villages of Cedarville and Hessel, the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Hotel offers to summer guests one of the finest vacation headquarters to be found in the north country. Excellent roads lead to the door of the Pennsylvania Hotel, one and one-half miles from Cedarville and four from Hessel. The villages are about half way between St. Ignace port of entry into the Upper Peninsula, Peninsula, and Sault Ste. Marie, the famous Lock City, Mr and Mrs. .Dulcher pledge themselves to provide an inexpensive inexpensive vacation for the fisherman or the family which seeks, a vacation in the cool north country. Pishing, boating, swimming and golfing, and relaxation on the spacious spacious lawn .which slopes ". down to the water's edge from the hotel, are provided for guests. ; Perch, bass, pike and muske- luuge are plentiful in the waters surrounding the Les Cheneaux (French for "the channels"). The- same fresh fish—\vhitefish—or chicken or lamb, are served at the hotel. A semi-public golf course, opei-i ated by Les Cheneaux Club, adjoins adjoins the Pennsylvania Hotel and is available to guests. The hotel h'as 24 guest rooms with a capacity of 50 guests. MUNUSCONG 1'AHK Munuscong State Park and Game Refuge is located en the shores of Munuscong Bay. It is famous for its •waterfowl population and. the muskallunge and pike fishing to bo found in the bay. The park consists consists of 3,500 wooded acres, with a state park 'employee : in charge. Picnic tables" anil stoves. An outlook outlook tower gives an excellent view of the wildfowl sanctuary and tho wild country surrounding.

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 27 Jun 1938, Mon,
  3. Page 23


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