The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 26, 1939 · Page 5
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TJESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE i' -• ' • ~ . • •n/~+*+JI/+***+Jb'~*v+Jbf~*H*Jl/~***'JI^ 1 •f**3^ IS THE WORD TO DESCRIBE sconvuiE » THURSDAY and FRIDAY September 28-29 1 at the STAR THEATRE from 1 to fi p. m. Change of Program Each Day. —•-•—•—»—•— Special ACTS and STAGE Entertainment BANDS CONCESSIONS FOOD DISPLAYS PRIZES *• Bring Your LUNCH and You Are Given Free Coffee, Sugar and Cream and Better Than Ever-You'11 See Everybody You Know-Heaps of Fun For All Free Picture Show SCHEDULE OF EVENTS- THURSDAY MORNING 10 a. m.—Displays opening. 12 Noon — Basket Dinner at Community Hall — Free Tables. Form your own Potluck Croup and enjoy this with your friends and neighbors. FREE COFFEE, CREAM and SUGAR. AFTERNOON 1:00 p. m.—Concessions Open —Kiddie Rides, Merry-Go- Round, Ferris Wheel and Rides. Band concert by Scollvillc High School Band. Continuous FREE SHOW 1 to (J at the Star Theater. MORNING 10:30 a. m.—Displays Open. 12:00 Noon—Basket Dinner at the Community Hall. FREE COFFEE, CREAM and SUGAR. AFTERNOON 12:30 p. m.—Band Concert. Scottville High School Band. 1:00—Judging and awarding of prizes on Community Exhibits and Crop Show Exhibits. 1:00—Free Show starts, continuous to 6 p. m. at the Star Theater. Change of program each day. 1:30—Community exhibits at Community hall. Crop show at Weippert's Garage — One block South of tracks. 1:30—Men's Corn-H u s k i n g contest. Women's Nail Driving Contest. Women's Rolling-Pin Contest. 2:15—Scottville City Band Concert. m 2:30—"Native Costume Contest Elimination." 3:00—Entertainment by Vaudeville artists. Comedy, Acrobatics, Thrills, Stunts, Music. FRIDAY 1:00—Contests on the stage. Men's Hog-Calling Contest. Boys' Pie-Eating • Contest. Bicycle Race. Penny Scramble. Greased Pole. 3-Legged Race. Girls' Sack Race. Running Race. Prize to the largest family, and oldest couple. 2:30—Parade of rural schools and floats. Cash prizes to be awarded to first, second and third, and each float entered will receive $5 providing they did not win a prize. Immdi- ately followed by Children's Pet Parade and High School Band in parade. 4:00—First $100 in Free Prizes givem away. 4:30—Comic Band. EVENING 7:30—Band Concert, Scottville Band. 8:00—Entertainment by Vaudeville artists. Comedy, Acrobatics, Thrills, Stunts, Music. 9:00 to 12:00—FREE OLD TIME DANCING in Robinson building to good Old Time music. 10:00 — MODERN DANCING in the Community hall, music by popular orchestra. Admission, 50c per couple. Extra ladies, 25c. parade. 3:30—Jack Town Entertainers on the stage. Vaudeville Artists, Thrills, Comedy, Music. 4:00—Last $100 in prizes to be given away. EVENING 7:30—Scottville City Band. 8:00—Jack Town Entertainers. 9:00 to 12:00—FREE OLD TIME DANCING in Robinson building to good Old Time music. 10:00 — MODERN DANCING in the Community hall, music by popular orchestra. Admission, 50c per couple. Extra ladies, 25c. Bring the Entire Family and All the Neighbors and Stay All Day and Far Into the Night CONTESTS MERRY-GO-ROUND RIDES GAMES PARADES FREE DANCING Be Sure To Register REMEMBER THE DAYS SEPTEMBER 28th and 29th At The Community Hall Prizes Each

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