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! J. JAY COX~T(F ADDRESS ' PATRONS ON 'THRIFT' WILSON SCHOOL, Custer Twp., Nov. 20.—Wilson Parent- Teacher association will hold its November meeting at 8 o'clock Friday evening. The meeting was advanced one week because school will close Nov. 26 for a week. A thrift program, prepared by Mrs. Edith Cook, chairman of the program committee, will be of especial interest. Mrs. Clint Lehman has charge of the music. J. Jay Cox of the State bank of Scottville, will give an address on "Thrift." The program, includes: Dialogue, "Mother Goose Her Thrift Children"—Pupils of the school. Recitation, "Why One Boy Stayed and Another. Left the Farm"—Everett Lehman. "Thrift Pageant"—Seven girls. Refreshment committee includes includes Bruce Miller, James Ba- Ponr>i 00 ' t-eopies ker, L. T. Knowles and Wilson. ,,. Herbert Lair House Burns. Pire completely destroyed large house on the Tom Lair nriH ana the farm, south of Scottville, at 7i o'clock Sunday morning. . 1

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 20 Nov 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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