MANISTEE
NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS
Page 3

Revised & Edited from the
Manistee News Advocate
December 2, 1930

ONEKAMA
Mrs. Frances McCormick may
be reached at 1203 Manistee
St., Manistee.

Mrs. F. BRISKE entertained on
Thanksgiving day. Her guests
were:
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence MAPLE
Misses Agnes & Laura KENNY
Mr. & Mrs. J. KENNY
Miss Leila GORVAN
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry HEJL
Mr. & Mrs. Lumen GORNAN

The MAPLE's and the HEJL's
are visiting relatives here from
Detroit.

Assisting at the Standard Oil
station here is Melvin Arkin.

Mr. Harvey DANVILLE's family
family at Copemish entertained
H.A. WENDEL and family, and
R.F. WENDEL on Thanksgiving
day.

Mrs. B. ELLEFSON and Miss Helen
ELLEFSON spent the day with Mr.
Fritz WENDEL and family of
Muskegon.

Mrs. Alex QUALE went with her sister,
Mrs. WAUKLEY, to Chicago and will
visit them for a few weeks.

Mr. & Mrs. PETERSON of Ludington
were entertained at the home of Mr. &
Mrs. QUIDORT on Thanksgiving day.

Visiting relatives in this locality on the
weekend were: Lucien POTTER,
Miss RADTKE and Miss Sadie GLOVER,
all of Kalamazoo.

Mrs. Dena HANSON, of Chicago, received
a visit from Leslie HANSON and Mrs. H.E.
SORENSON.

Vacationing in Battle Creek are Mr. & Mrs.
D.J. SMITH.

Visiting her parents in Detroit is Miss
Helen CLOSE.

Mr. & Mrs. C. CHRISTENSEN have
houseguests: The Walter KINGSCOTT
family of Lansing.

Spending the weekend with his family at
Fremont is C. VICKSTROM.

Visiting her parents, Mr. & Mrs.
 Charles MILLER, at Manistee, is Miss
Agnes Miller.

FREESOIL

Mr. & Mrs. F. ULRICH have returned to their
home in Manistee after visiting Mr. & Mrs.
L. FIRZLAFF.

Spending the day together on Friday were
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond WEAVER, and Mr.
and Mrs. William WEAVER.

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard FIRZLAFF, and Mr. &
Mrs. Ralph CRAWFORD had Thanks-
giving dinner at the home of Mr. & Mrs.
Orson BAXTER.

Mrs. E.M. STEPHENS is being visited by
her son, Arthur STEPHENS, of Detroit.

Mrs. Marian SEITZ had a houseguest last
Wednesday night, Miss Nondes LEEDY. Miss
LEEDY then returned to her home in Riverton.

Visiting their parents are Mr. & Mrs. Earl
STILLSON and Alvin HAYWARD of Detroit.

Mr. and Mrs. Levi STANLEY had visitors
Wednesday - Dorothy STANLEYof Saginaw,
and Monroe STANLEY of Lansing.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred REEK of Fountain had these
guests for Thanksgiving: Mr. & Mrs. Charles
READER of Scottville; Mr. & Mrs. J.W.
BENNETT, Mr. & Mrs. J.E. BENNETT, sons
Harold, Bob and Ross of this village.

Mr. & Mrs. J.E. BENNETT, Jr., who live at
Pickerel Lake, had the latter's parents for
Thanksgiving. They are Mr. & Mrs. Otto
PETERSON of Manistee.

Miss Mildred K. SEGEL, with her brother Grant,
left for Detroit on a couple of days visit.

Ed CRAWFORD plowed snow off the village
streets Friday morning.

Mr. & Mrs. M.R. EWALD, Mr. & Mrs. Lee
COOPER and daughter Olive Louise, and Mr.
& Mrs. Lyle COOPER were entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J.N. SANFORD
and mother, Mrs. E. ALBERTSON at
Thanksgiving.

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Darke of Riverton had the
following Thanksgiving guests: Mr. & Mrs.
Allison HILDEN and sons, Misses Gertrude
KENYON, Meria JESKY and Frances JESKY;
Mr. & Mrs. Henry GUERNSEY and Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd EDDY with daughter GUEIDA of Freesoil.

LOCALS

At Mercy hospital last night, Mrs. Beatrice
Rutherford had an appendicitis operation. She
lives at 211 Sycamore.

On Nov. 28, at Mrs. CHISTIANSON's Maternity
home on Magill street, Mr. & Mrs. Carl
ALTROCK had a baby girl. The ALTROCK
family lives in Ludington.

The funeral of Mr. William KOLLER is tomorrow.
John SCHEPERS and Mrs. Charles MALLOCH
will arrive tonight from Grand Rapids to attend.

Mrs. R.G. PETERS,  of 448 Second St., will leave
Thursday for LaGrange, Illinois. She will
visit relatives for an undetermined length of time.

Helen HENCHEY, of Ypsilanti, was visited
by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. James HENCHEY.
She is a student at Michigan State Normal
College, and is now able to attend classes
after an attack of appendicitis.

Away at Chicago on business: Mr. Morris
SHERAS, of the Joslin Mfg. Co.

Mr. & Mrs. B.O. ROCKWELL of Ludington
drove here to pay their respects to Mr. J.T.
McGILLLIVRAY on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. McGILLIVRAY and her family live at
524 Fairview avenue.

KALEVA

At home, on Nov. 22, Master Roy PARKKILA
entertained his classmates and teacher at a
birthday party. Those attending: His parents,
his brother Edwin, his grandparents, Mr. & Mrs.
John ANDERSON, Robert & John RENGO Jr.,
Arthur BOND, Clyde GANNON, Tony BLAZEK,
Rudolph RANTA, Russell JOUPPI, & Elmer
LECHRONE (his teacher).

Bringing home a large buck from their
hunting trip to  Upper Michigan were Art
GUSTAFSON and Tauno JUNTTUNEN.

Helen WILSON left for Lansing to spend
Thanksgiving with her parents.

Business callers in Scottville Wednesday:
William MAKINEN and Levern HILLIARD.

Attending the school program at Browntown
high school on Tuesday evening:
Misses Leona DICKSON, Aini PASANEN.

Business callers in town Wednesday:
Mr. PETERSON & Mr. GUNNARD of
Ludington.

Attending Central State Teachers College:
Roy ASIALA and Waino PIHL. The two arrived
Wednesday to spent the remainder of the week.

Leaving for Toledo to spend Thanksgiving
with her sister, was Miss Margaret
CRAMMOND.

Mr. and Mrs. KOSKELLA of Detroit
arrived to spend Thanksgiving with their
parents: Mr. & Mrs. K. KOSKELLA of
Marilla, and Mrs. John WIITILLA.

Spending the remainder of the week with her
parents in Ludington was Miss Norma
GENETTE.

Arriving home to spend the remainder of the
week were:
George DODT & Wayco GUSTAFSON
(Detroit City College)
Waino GUSTAFSON
(Teacher at Dearborn)

Ida KAIKKONEN
Ellen PUUSTINEN
Anna KAUDY
Esther HAKSLUOTO
(who attends C.S.T.C. at Mt. Pleasant)
arrived home Wednesday to spend
Thanksgiving.

Students of business college at Grand Rapids,
Mayme HAKSLUOTO and
Jack LUHTONEN, arrived
home to spend the remainder of the week.

Calling on business in Manistee Wednesday:
Walter GUSTAFSON.

Arriving from California with his wife and baby
was Ernest OLSON, son of Mr. & Mrs. Peter
OLSON of Arcadia. He'll be spending Thanks-
giving with his sister, Mrs. C.J. CHRISTENSEN.
This is his first visit home in six years since
he joined the Navy.

TANNER

Attending a Thanksgiving supper at Pleasanton
Grange on Saturday night:
Mr. & Mrs. R.E. ECKMAN.
Rev. John CERMAK gave a fine talk.
Miss Rachel MYER gave the history of the
first Thanksgiving.

The Tanner school PTA gave a box social, and
program Friday.Giving selections on the
violin and organ were Miss Jane MAIDEN
and Miss Ruth CORTRIGHT.

Jennie FROATS fell last week, hurting her back.

Calling on Mrs. E.J. McCLELLAN Wednesday
evening, was Rose CERMACK.

Mary E. REED was a houseguest of Mrs.
R.E. ECKMAN Wednesday night.

Dining together Sunday were Mr. & Mrs. E.J.
McCLELLAN and the R.A. BOND family. The
McCLELLAN's also visited Mr. and Mrs.
GRAFSKY at Kaleva.

Visiting her mother and brothers here Thursday
was Mrs. Leonora WILLIAMS.

Visiting their parents, Mr. & Mrs. H.E.
HOFFMAN, were Mr. & Mrs. Roy GILBERT
of Detroit.

Visiting the Tom EVERSON home on Friday
 from Detroit were Mr. Arnold and Tom
EVERSON, Jr.

Nel FROATS visited with Ed. McCLELLAND
Friday.

BEAR LAKE

Visiting their father at Thanksgiving were
Dr. J.H. CONNELLY and Miss Helen
CONNELLY of Detroit.

Willis JUDD left in Mrs. Edith O'Rourke's car
to bring home Miss Mary JUDD, Miss Teresa
O'Rourke, Miss Esther KINGSCOTT of the
Western State Teachers College at Kalamazoo.
He also brought Edgar O'ROURKE of East
Lansing. The drive took about 14 hours due
to storms.

Thanksgiving guests of Mr. & Mrs. Lester
 HALL:
Mr. & Mrs. A. ELLIS and their son, Elmer
Miss Grace PHYLLIS of Grace Twp.,
Benzie County.

A reunion was held by the RICHLEY family
on Thanksgiving day, at the home of their
parents.

Returning from a hunting trip to Channing,
Michigan were:
Adrian WILSON
Lawrence RICHMOND (got a deer)
George & George Jr. IVERSON
(George got a buck)

Home for Thanksgiving day:
Kathryn McCARTHY, Kathryn HEIDLEY,
Jessie OSBORNE and Arleigh OSBORNE
of Mt. Pleasant.

Darrell McCARTHY, Kenneth IVERSON,
Lucille GILMORE, Raymond BRADFORD
of Ferris Institute, Big Rapids.

Floyd McCARTHY of Cadillac.

Taking their mother to her home in Hillsdale
were Mr. & Mrs. Grant KEEFER.

Entertaining at the Women's Club this Tuesday
will be Mrs. Archie MARSHALL.

Left for Grand Rapids Friday:
Dr. & Mrs. HOEKZEMA, and their daughters,
Ruth and Donna Mae.

Spent Thanksgiving in Detroit: Dr. Ward
NORCONK and wife.

Spending the weekend with her parents,

Mr. & Mrs. Han_ IVERSON, was Miss Dorothy
IVERSON of the Benzonia teaching staff.

NORWALK

On the first Wednesday in December, the
Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Geo.
GILBERT.

Mr. & Mrs. R.V. WINBERG of Onekama had a 
birthday party for their son, Kenneth.

The WINBERG family had some guests that
arrived too late for Thanksgiving dinner.
James VanKOVERING and Alex ROE of
Grand Rapids will stay until the storm is
over, and will return after they've bagged
their share of game here.

A pinochle party was held at the home of
Will POTTER Saturday evening. Misses
Myrtle and Mildred ANDERSON, Miss
Evelyn GILBERT and her brother George
attended.

ONEKAMA JUNCTION

Services at the Scandinavian Lutheran church
were conducted by Rev. PAULSON of
Manistee last Sunday.

Mrs. John ANDERSON had guests
Thursday afternoon:
Mrs. James ANDERSON
and daughter,
Mrs. J. SLATER of Muskegon

Returned home Sunday evening
after a visit with relatives in Muskegon:
Mr. & Mrs. Ben BRANDT
Henry BRANDT (son)
Alden SHOWALTER of Onekama

Spent time together Friday:
Mrs. B. PETERSON & daughter
Mrs. Harold Johnson

Entertained at a luncheon:
Mrs. Hans IVERSON
Guests included:
Mrs. B. PETERSON
Will PETERSON (son)
Mr. & Mrs. R.V. WINBERG
Kenneth WINBERG (son)
Mr. & Mrs. Harold JOHNSON
Mrs. John NELSON
Verna, Guyneth, & Eleanor PETERSON

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