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 - H. Smedberg, Mrs. Clyde Rummer, Mrs. Eugene...
H. Smedberg, Mrs. Clyde Rummer, Mrs. Eugene Chadwick and Mrs. Sanders, hostess. Freesoil Village MRS. FRANK HUNT Correspondent Extend Sympathy to M' Vicker Family FREESOIL — Freesoil friends extend their sincere sympathy to the bereaved members of the Ervin McVicker family. Mr. McVicker spent considerable time in Freesoil as a young man and later married a Freesoil young lady, the for- urday morning at the Johnson hom e Mr. Mrs Floyd Eddy and Mrs. I Fay LaGuire attended the Er- *•?•* . , . ... ,._ vin McVicker funeral service in Scottville Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Canfield and Mrs. Marian Seitz visited in Fountain Saturday after-noon. Hiram Mikesell spent Sunday in Muskegon with his wife and son, Wesley, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Lydic of Lake City spent Sunday mer Alice Struck. associations here, the utmost respect and esteem of the residents, especially among the young people of his day. Friends were truly saddened to hear of his sudden and tragic death. with their parents, Mrs. Harvey Lydic. Mr. and Bobby Bennett Is Honor Guest FREESOIL—Mrs. Robert Bennett honored her son, Bobby, Saturday with a lovely birthday party. The afternoon was spent in During his lively games and a luncheon he gained which featured a delicious birth- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill of Grand Rapids recently visited relatives here. Eileen Hunt was a Saturday evening supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Tubbs. day cake was served. Those who helped Bobby celebrate his anniversary were Charles Dufon, Robert Rocolla, Tommy and Jerry Boynton and Charles Smith. Edmund and Lloyd Maynard were unable to be present. Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett called at the Monroe Stanley home Saturday afternoon and their granddaughter, Terry, returned home with them to spend the night. Mrs. Charles Gumbus, who | ROSS Bennett transacted busi- spent the past week with relatives here has returned to her home in Cleveland. Mary Helen Bennett, a piano student of Mrs. N. I. Johnson of Scottville, attended and participated in a recital Sat- ness in Grand Rapids Saturday. Alex Anderson" of ScottvTlie visited the Sidney Vanderpool I home Saturday. ' A blanket of snow, which fell Friday night and covered the ground, gradually disappeared

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 01 Apr 1942, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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