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Lehman - RE-ELECT OfFIC IT Patrons Close Year's Stings;...
RE-ELECT OfFIC IT Patrons Close Year's Stings; Sponsor School Picnic May 24« WILSON SCHOOL DlStfttCl', Custer Twp., Mich., May 22.-^ Wilson School Parent-Teachef- association will sp«ttsor a school picnic at Round lake Saturday. May 24, with a pot-luck dinner. Each family will furnish its' own dishes. . - , This action was takien' Friday" evening a(^ a meeting'of th6 association which closed the year. Chairmen Give Reports. Reports of the year's actlvl-j ties were given by chatrhiett or various comriiIttfees, Sectetary- treasurer's report by Mrs. Dallas Lehman showed gain in furnishings for efficient serving 1 of refreshments, Including; table, gasoline stove, dishes and steel cupboard. : Mrs. Leonard Matt.ox reported work accomplished by school health series sponsored by the association. Report of "social committee was given by Mrs. Herman Wilson. Mrs. Edwin Mohler ahd Robert Griswold reported for the girls' sewing club and trie boys' handicraft club. Their articles were on exhibit and showed careful workmanship. Local Achievement day will be held" Wednesday, May 28. Miss Lois Corbett and Mr. Thorpe, state leaders, will be at the school hoUse from '2:15 to 3:15 when the judging will take 'place. : . Officers Are Re-Elected, Mrs. Floyd Wood Was ite-ele'c- ted president of the association, Mrs. Edwin Mohler, Vice president, and Mrs. Dallas Lehman, 'secretary-treasurer. . ; Mrs. J. J. Cbok Was appdittted chairman of program committee, Mrs. Robert Martin, finance, and Mrs. Albert MOnton, chairman of committee ;. for preparatipn of publicity, scrap- booK to be sent to state publicity-chairman. This is a requirement which "niust be ^fulfilled in order to be a standard associa- tion. . Harold 3. Lftfsen, fititmty ftgri- diiltutal agent, gav| a shdft ad« dnSH to boys* p and girts* 4M!f clubs and offered his services in any way possible to advance the i*-H wofk by special projects, i Mrs. Wood gave her report of the State Parent-Teac'her convention at Muske'goh April 30 to May 2. Sh,e attended the rural •Parent - TeUcher conference, proirama on rural health^ piro- gf&m making, publicity scrap B6ok preparation and attended H civic profcraffi Which included ; good citizenship, community betterment, school ground beau- tlficatlqn, etc. , . : : Fund for library. She was especially interested/ to learn of the travelling librarian, provided by the state association. This is ifiade 'possible by a gift of $7,950 within the last year,by the trustees of the children's fund of Michigan. Jello, cake and coffee were served by a committee of which 'Mrs. T. Lapenas was chairman. Sunday guests of M*. and Mrs. Herman Smith were: Mrs. Smith's brother, John Booth, and family, and her cousin and husband, Mr* and Mrs. Ted .Schhierber of Plirtt. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bader and Paul Smith were guests of their par* ents the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lehman and children, EJverett and Ar-- lene, drove 1 to Hastings Satur*day where they were guests of Mrs. Lehman's mother, Mrs.' L. R. Forman, and brother-irt-law atld sistef, .Mr. AM Mts. _--„_- pefte, and family, Mrs. Oscar Odean dcddnipanled them . ftftd viaitfed her auttt, Mrt< OfaMuf* phy. They returne^i Sunday. EAGLE SCHOOL DISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. William Wter- sen entertaihed Mfs^ PJt^rSen'A parents, Mr. arid MrS. Ed. Sho- g ren, and t)r. and Mffl. Ost6s oil etrolt for several days. Mrs. A, N. B«rg, son, Clark, and daughter, Gladys, made ft business trip to Muskegon Saturday- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Johnson called at the .Paul Johnson home Sunday afternoon. • Sunday evening callers at the GeOi'ge ' Petersen home were: Mr. and Mrs. John Petersen and children of Ludington and Mra. N. Nelson and son, Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson and daughter., Maxine, spent Sunday, May 11, in Evart with' Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr ( and Mrs- Hoffman. Week-end guests at the D. Chesney home were Mrs. Chesney's mother, Mrs. Katz; a brother, Tony Katz, and wife and Miss Stella, all of Chicago. Miss fiedka and pupils have invited the patrons to attend a school picnic at Crystal lake Thursday. A pot-luck dinner will be served at noon and all I'are promised a good time. Pupils from this district who wrote eighth grade examinations are: Elna Petersen, Stella Noviak, Sophia Motyka, Paul Johnson, Richard Berg and Florence Lund. Seventh graders E THE "Coming cast •hadowft

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 22 May 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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