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Mr,, Mrs, Dallas Lehman Return From 10-Week Trip To Calif. SCOfTVlLLE - Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lehman of route 1 Scottville Scottville have recently returned from a 10-week trip to California California visiting many points of interest. interest. Leaving from here on Sept. 9 they were accompanied by cousins Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wheeler of Middleville, Mich. They drove two cars to Aurora, 111., leaving the Wheeler car at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hem, daughter and son- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman • lief ore continuing on west. In Mt. Morris, 111., they visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Teeter, former residents here. In Waterloo, Iowa they called on the Dean Ward family who formerly lived lived on the Bruce Miller farm, and also Mr. Lehman met a former schoolmate, Everett Snavely, whom he had not seen since 1916. Other points of interest visited enroute west included the Corn Palace at Shelton, Iov?a and the Grotto, an edifice of fine £tone depicting the crucifixion , of Christ. They crossed the Mississippi at Dubuque, Iowa, saw the Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota, the Big Horn mountains in Wyoming and on to Yellowstone National Park. Here they spent a day and found the geysers, waterfalls as well as the park animals most Interesting. Traveling on they went through the Grand Teton mountains mountains south through Utah, into Idaho and Nevada. Arriving in California they went to Barry- essa Lake, where their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. '• 'Everett Lehman have a mobile home which the two couples occupied occupied during their stay, visit- iting back and forth with their son and family who reside in Napa, Calif. Barryessa Lake, an artificial lake one-half to one mile wide, 2?, miles long and from 75 to 300 feet deep provided fine fishing while there with 550 blue gills and black bass being caught during their stay of five weeks. On Oct. 22 they left, going south of Los Angeles to LaHab- ra where they visited Disneyland Disneyland and Knotts Berry farm. Then on to Phoenix, Ariz., where they visited a nephew of ,Mr. Lehman's Wilfred Bishop. Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon were other points visited on their return on Route 66 to Aurora. Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler then returned to Middleville and Mr. and Mrs. Lehman remained for 10 days with the Hem family. At North Manchester. Ind., they visited friends and in Huntington Huntington the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ebey former residents here. During the trip the Lehman's graveled some 8,000 milos, thru 16 states and noted they enjoyed enjoyed the roads which now are mostly four-lane highways. It was very dry in the west during during their trip with many river beds being dried up completely. They had no difficulty in traveling traveling and even mount <un driving driving proved no obstacle. Deer Hunters Report Luck SCOTTVILLE—More successful successful deer hunters have weighed their bucks at the Buck Pole in Scottville with a total of 124 weighed in by noon on Thursday. Thursday. Charles Hogarth of route 3 Ludington got his 100-pound, eight-point buck in Victory township; Robert Thorne of Ludington a 131-pound, four- pointer in Upper Hamlin; Richard Richard Ludors of Spring Lake weighed in a 186-pound, ten- pointer bagged at Kaleva. Mr. Ludors' buck is the largest weighed to date although not eligible in the Buck Pole contest contest as he wasn't registered. Gary Petersen of Scottviile got his 101-pound, five-pointer in Victory township; Allan Ecklund Ecklund of Grandville a 165-pound, nine-pointer at Sippy's; Leonard Noel of Fountain a 97-pound, four-point buck south of Ludington; Ludington; Randy Shafer of Hart a 102-pound, four-pointer at Rushert's and Russell Kubon of Hart a 118-pound, eight- pointer at Rusherts. Rotarians Hear A. O. Carlson SCOTTVILLE — Supt. A. 0. Carlson showed films and told in a most interesting manner of his recent trip to Sweden at Monday evenings meeting of Scottville Rotary club. Following Following his address he answered questions from the group and because of the great interest plans were made to continue discussion of his trip at a December December meeting. Harry E. Kruse was program chairman. Visiting Rotarians were Le- Moyne Cronenwett, Carl V. Grundmark, Henry Mottl, Richard Richard Parliament and.- Douglas Slaggart all of Ludington. Hot Lunch Menus CUSTER — Menus for next week's hot lunches at Mason County Eastern school cafeteria are: Monday—Tomato soup, cheese Not Shown Saturday Matinee 5 MORE DAYS

Clipped from The Ludington Daily News22 Nov 1963, FriPage 5

The Ludington Daily News (Ludington, Michigan)22 Nov 1963, FriPage 5
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