Lena Sayers

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Lena Sayers - MICHIGAN PENTWATER MRS. LEONORE P. WILLIAMS...
MICHIGAN PENTWATER MRS. LEONORE P. WILLIAMS Pentwater Representative of The News Telephone: Pentwater 443 Sayers Family Reunion Is Held at State Park Children and grandchildren of Mrs. Lena B. Sayers and the late E. B. Sayers met with their mother Sunday for their annual family reunion, celebrating with Authors. Journalists, advertising nnd promoters highly favored now. The unusunl nnd new nre sponsored. AUG 2J to SEPT. 23 (Virgo)— Should be stimulating, beneflc day for your Interests. Occupational work, recreational activities under fine rays. Avoid sudden switching of plans unless unless Imperative. SEPT. 24 to OCT. 23 (Libra)—Mixed vibrations. Be cautious how you ap- proach ti\sks ward others. firm etc. and yoiar attitude to- Be considerate, but be about right principles, honesty, You can have n fruitful day. OCT. 24 to NOV. 22 (Scorpio)—In- vlgoratlng nnd profitable day for you but you will be extra careful signing contracts and agreements, lest there be loopholes! Enjoy the good In your work and all activities. NOV. 23 to DEC. 22 (Sagittarius)—H careful in money matters and expenditures, expenditures, you can achieve as had planned. Keep faithfully to urgent tasks nnd you will have time later for good fun, entertainment. DEC. 23 to JAN. 21 (Capricorn)— Sensible restraint urged now In Important Important changes, Improvements. Don't go beyond your means. Otherwise today holds opportunity for personal advancement, prestige. JAN. 22 to FEB. 20 (AquarlOUS)—Your Urunus in friendly position augurs for a pleasant and productive period In wholesome plans and activities. Sensible Sensible economy stressed, also moderation moderation In pleasures. FEB. 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)—Mild Indications W'lth encouragement for mental work; greater care needed In maritime and confidential matters. Keep confidences; guard personal -assets. -assets. Good fun advocated. YOU BORN TODAY: Ingenious, clever, clever, versaille, adventurous, courageous; also Inclined to be combative, perhaps arrogant at times. Will yield to praise and kindly persuasion—seldom to commands commands or force. But we must all take commands at times, especially If we are to be uble to give them. Cultivate patience, tolerance and keep Improv- .ng your fine God-given talents. Don't shut suggestions; look Into them. New opportunities Indicated soon, and sponsored. Blrthdute: president; Pray always for guidance. horticulturist. Herbert, Luther Hoover, 31st U.S. Burbank, noted Copyright 1949 by King Features Syndicate Inc. a picnic dinner at Charles Mears State park. , Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Sayers and their four children and families families arrived early fbr the event, enjoying a week-end family reunion reunion of their own while camping camping in five tents in the park area. Mr. and M"rs. Sayers, their son Charles, two daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Welch and sons, Mike and Garry, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eckloff .and daughters, Sharon and Ellen Lee, came from Marshall. Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Freed and sons Dale Jr. and Jeffery came'from Detroit. Joining this group and the senior -Mrs. Sayers for the family family dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Chan Sayers and their family, family, including Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Sayers and daughters Janis and Linda of Muskegon; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwardson of Ludington and the Misses Barbara Barbara and Jackie Sayers, who reside reside with their parents in Pentwater. Pentwater. Coming from Scottvllle were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dodson and children Beth, Howard Jr.i and Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Sellers Braddock came from Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Booker and children Joyce, Sharon and Harry Jr., and William Ruby of Muskegon, grand and great grandchildren of Mrs. Sayers, also joined the family party. Two Sayers daughters and their families were unable to attend attend this year's reunion, Mrs. Earl C. Wilcox and family of Muskegon and Mrs. R. B. Loy and her family of Xenia, Ohio. The number of U.S. forest fires dropped 13 percent during 1948. and Ballentine weekend parents to and and in and

Clipped from The Ludington Daily News09 Aug 1949, TuePage 2

The Ludington Daily News (Ludington, Michigan)09 Aug 1949, TuePage 2
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