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CUSTER MRS. MABEL McKENZIE Caster Representative of The News Home Telephone, Scottville 156-F-13 Custer Community Farm ureau Elects Officers Donald Barclay was elected ^ialrman of Custer Community Farm bureau at a meeting held Wednesday evening at the Dallas Dallas Lehman home. Dwight Hall, was elected vice chairman. Other officers were re-elected as follows, Mrs. Robert Wittbecker, Wittbecker, secretary Mrs. Dwight final report of the work. The October meeting will be held Wednesday, Oct. 27, at the Harold J. Larsen home. At the close of the evening delicious delicious refreshments were served. Present were Mr. Fred Stalielin, Mr. Leonard Mattox, Mr. and and and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. DPCKGi SCUrCvt**- y . iviio. Jw rr Agj** v .«_j i-«_»*.• i* *. M *»-.« »« v .., ..... „__„ , Mall publicity chairman, and]Harold J. Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Floyd Wood, hospitalization. Robert Wittbecker, Mr. and Mrs. ffirman. I Frank Damkoehler and daugh- AVAAlJll'J. j J.T4 i. • C*AAV4 *»** U« *t* «•-»* « fT ^* ) Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hall, Donald Donald Barclay, Floyd Wood, Merle Wood and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Lehman. CUSTER NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Custer have received word of the birth of a son to their son- Mrs Dallas Lehman was-ter Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce elected as committee woman for Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Q.grower, the county. ~ Mrs. Bruce Miller reported that two boxes of children's clothes and supplies have been packed and sent overseas. Robert Wittbecker and Dallas Lehman reported on the insurance insurance part of the society. Leonard Mattox announced a district meeting which will be held at Fremont Thursday, Sept. 23, and urged members to attend attend as it will be a special meeting. meeting. Members of the various committees are especially urged to attend since amendments to the constitution will be considered. considered. Louise Damkoehler gave an interesting interesting report of the Waldon Woods camp which she attended when 83 Junior Farm bureau members of Michigan presented the program on Wednesday evening. evening. This was a choral pageant giving the story of the life of a rural family given at the 20th annual meeting of the American Institute of Co-Operation of Farm Leaders from United States and Canada. The trip was made possible by the proceeds proceeds of the cafeteria at Ionia state fair, sponsored by the Junior Farm bureau members of Michigan when 8,000 were fed, with a profit of $2,500. Mrs. Dallas Lehman, chairman of the exhibit to be shown at' Western Michigan fair, gave her Auction Wednesday, AT ONE LOCATION: 8'/ 2 miles North Farm tools and equipment, tractor and other farm household goods and — See full £ J CHARLES Charles Chisholm

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 22 Sep 1948, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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