Clipped From The Ludington Daily News
sponsored by Michigan MUk Producers' Association. Sons Are Honored At Two Dinners SCOTTVTLLE—<Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heglund of 106V6 Gay entertained at dinners Saturday, June 29, and Sunday, June 30, in honor of the birthday anniversaries of their sons Richard and Ronald. The parties were held at a cottage at Walfealla where the guests enjoyed visiting, playing badminton, baseball, fishing and swimming. Many gifts were presented to the guest of honor. The guests June 29 were Mrs. Herman Heglund, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and children Nancy, David and Terri, Mrs. Robert Daron and children Sue, Pat, Kristy, Tom and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. James Heglund and children Karen, Jim, Gary and Gregory and Mr. and Mrs. David Gorzyn- isM and daughters Kia*hiy and Sandy all of Ludington. June 30 guests included Mr. and Mrs. Is adore Bernotas and son Jerry of Free Soil, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Astrauskas Jr. and children Chuck, Mike, Katfoy, Lennie and Marty 'and Mrs. John Lesausky of Pentwater, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Les-aus'ky and children Therese, Ellen, Susan, John, Tom and James of Custer, Miss Kristy Falk of Manistee, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph | Astrauskas Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Veto Mustaikis and children Ursula and David and Larry Astrauskas of Scottville and Mrs. Herman Heglund of Ludington. PARTY HONORS ROBIN NELSON SCOTTVILLE — Robin Nelson of Boyne City, who with her sister Linda had been visiting Ludington, Scottville and Custer relatives, was guest of honor at a recent birthday parly, held at the home of Mrs. Mary Nelson. Games were enjoyed and a birthday luncheon was served, a feature of which was a cake decorated in pink and white made by Mrs. Leonard Kenney. The serving table was graced by a birthday cloth, napkins and nutcups. Robin received many gifts. Present, besides Robin, guest of honor, were Nancy Nelson, Ruth Ann Sholtey, Patty Kenney, Larry Sholtey, Lydia Jean Wydenveldt, Linda Nelson, Kenny Nelson and David Nelson. Assisting Mrs. Nelson were Mrs. D. D. Nelson and Mrs. Lydia Stillwell. Mrs. Beatrice Augustine and Soren Hansen were afternoon visitors'.