Chauncey Yockey 2 Apr 1936 Thurs pg 3
HUGE PISI’LA r OF FIREWORKS FRIDAY MIGHT (Continued iron» Page One) land zoning net. Attorney Yock- ey’n subject, fins not t***«*n announced. announced. Word was received yesterday yesterday that ll*?n Fast, well known (¡rand liaplds outdoor writer, will not l»j able to appear on I It<* program program The detailed banquet program program follow»: John Letnmer, Toastmaster Invocation Hev. Karl J. Mamma Mamma r. I »inner. Music, Ilhythm Hascali dessertl. Introduction of Toasttn; Hev. I laminar. Introduction of gue Toast master. The guests will be: T, N. Jones, regional i 1’aul Wolilen. forest i Kscanaba; Claire Farw» supervisor, Kscanaba; Sbust, superintendent mpervisor. inpervlsor, II, «Itstrict Stanley Thompson hatchery; Lewis Hawhette, superintendent superintendent Marquette hatchery’; M. J. Fox, conservation commission. Iron Mountain; J. P. Kahllly, conservation conservation commission. Newberry; A. It. Cook, supervisor of fisheries fisheries operations, Lansing; King of Snultlatia, Hon. Chauncey Yockey. Yockey. Milwaukee; Queen of Stnelt- lana, Sadie |,ec Krlckson (this year's queen and her court); l*nst year's Queen, Marian Fisher and her Court. Introduction: ltobert Larson. Oration Vanishing Resources. Introduction of Hon. Cauncev Yockey Music ter. as guest speaker. Song by Miss Win« he Int tei tlon, Ru dent. club. I »is toon •lllef tion of Peter of Michigan lloffma^ conserva ess Rev. Wolverint Hammer, presl- ( ’onserv at ion missal. I Ire works Program Plans fur the jamboree pro- cram on Friday are complete. A mammoth parade will be held in the early part of the evening, followed followed hv i he Jamboree Frolics at the Coliseum. After the Frolics, the merry-makers will go to the Ford River, where King Chauncey will is-i|e tli** ««diet that tile smelt fishing season is officially opened. A t-pectac ular fireworks program program will be staged as soon as King Chauncey gives the command. command. The pyrotechnics will consist consist of aerial bombshells, similar to those that have attracted so much attention nightly during the Ppper Peninsula Stale Fair. An illuminated smelt set piece will conclude the series. On Saturday night the Kseana- ha river will be formally opened to smelt fishing, following which the jamboree ball will be held at Terrace Hardens.