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Record-Eagle (Newspaper) - June 29, 1936, Traverse City, Michigan Traveri; City Record-Eaale MAIL SCHEDULE TIMES CHANGED Change of time in train schod- for the- summer season lias made necessary a change in time of tbo mail schedules and Post- master Jerome WUhelrn announced the- following hours for closing ruai Is Mart Schedules Effective June 22, AU time given is City or E. S. time. Mai! closes. a. m.. Train leaves a. in... Train, Pero ue-tie; Destination, south. Mail cioses. p, m.. Train Loaves, II: 10 p. in.; Train arrives, p. m.; Train. Pere Mar- Qtiette: Destination, south. Mnil Closes. p. :n. night be- fore Train leaves. a. m.; TVtiin arrives. a. in., Train, P're Destination north. Muil -Closes. Train leaves. p. m.. Train, Pero. Mitrcpu-tte: Destination, north. Mail Closes. a. in.: Train a. m.; Train. Maals- tr'.- .Kid Northeastern; Destina- tions, Cedar. Lake- Leelanan, But- tons Ray. Omeira. Nrorthport. Muil Closes, p. in.: Train leases. p. in.; Destinations. Suitnns Bay. Northport Point. J Mail Closes. a. in.; Destina- tioii. Rapids. Slur Route. i Mail Closes. p. m.. Destina- tion. Klfc Rapids, Star.Route. treated in the large City Water works, -and pumped all over the city. Even during the warmest summer months, the water re- mains cold and refreshing. Two largo pumps at the water works forco a capacity of water through tlio network of pipes, one these pumps being (Sufficient during the winter months. New equipment is uelnsr installed, and worn-out equipment is constantly being replaced, insuring Traverse City a healthful water supply at all times. AHGOSA GOLF J During the summer season Ah- gosa golf course, located at the eastern limits of Traverse City on U.S. 31, is sponsoring a tourna- ment among the various organiza- tions oC the community. Such fra- ternities as the Elks, fc Masons Eagles, American Legion and oth- ers'have their, teams and'patrons. Each round of golf played entitles the participant to a vote for IUB or her favorite organization. The lodge "getting- the highest total of votes will receive a generous cash prize at the end of the season. H. C. Hoftmaster, proprietor, personally supervises the.work of keeping the course in excellent shape. The greens and fairways are well kept and sporty. Many summer patrons compliment the management yearly on the course. Tournaments are conducted each Sunday during the season with four flights taking- part. Electric'lighting is a feature of evc-ry resort In Antrim County, Most of th-em have hot running water as well. National Cherry Festival Advance 15, 16, 17. EQUETDNGIS PUBLIC RESORT On ttirt narrow peninsula be- tween Board man River aiyi Grand Traverse the "We-Que-Tong Ciuti. former scene of many gay parties. 5s again being thrown open to Ui-e pnbPc. under the su- of the Tfor Scouts and Scouts. The large club- house, with its gurne rooms and dance and with dressing rooms for bathers has been cleaned out by squads of Scouts, and has Jieeu ntade ready for the public. Playground ewripnieirt been overhauled aud pwt in running or- der A lars-j- raft has been anchored aud beach is patrolled by registered Scout life guards. Ttie> boys take this job serioarlv, tiireo or four are always on duty. The fi-rst summer party has Already been lield. and dances to which the public fa invited are in progress encb weok. The club is under tim management of Sea Scout Robert Murchie. The S'-outs and Doy Scouts eslead cordial inr'tatiou to tho public make the Wc-Que-Tons C t'fb a reguhir t nee ting pSaco. Wednesday a.m. Aerial bombardment Depart '.ire of orchard of city. am. tour. 11 :SO a.m. Ceremony and pa- rade. Cor arrival oT Cherry Queen (Ardis Mauney of Northpo-rt) and her court, municipal pier. pro. giving. p.nt. p.m. Servic Air show. Thanks- p.m. Cherry Pickers At our place in East Bay. a depth of six hundred foet has boon reuehed. West Ilay hus several spots of four hundred feet depth. Servicti stations along the road are sUtd to furnish stale road maps to visitors and tourists. tcur night, at Large prizes for beat lingers, musicianc ainong bona fidr cherry pickers. Thursday 9: 00 a.-w- Cover Iweakfist, at Park Place hotel. j a.-ai. Departure of orchard jtow. j a.m. Coronation of j and I p.m. CorouattoiiL of Cher-. ry Queen. ut fairgroanda, Gov. Frank D. Fitzgerald officiating. Broadcast over Nr.B.C. network. j 3 :00 p. tm Juvenile parade. p.m. Baseball, at fair- I p.m. Air show. p.m. City of Champions niglit. at fairgrounds. Spectacular program in which Gov. Frank D. Fitzgerald presents huge plaque signed "by President and -18 gov- ernor.s, honoring Detroit aa City of Champions. Friday 9: SO a. m. Depart'! re of or- chard tour. 30: SO a. m. Departure ot first train of cherries. Cherry Queen ;iL the throttlo. Pere Marqnetto tracks. Sixth .and Union streets. a. in. Air Show. 11 30 a, m. Aerial parade 61 nueen and her court. p. m. Grand Floral Pa- rade. p. m. Regatta on Grand Traverse Bay: p. m. Air Show. p. m. Baseball, at Fair- grounds. p. m. Coast Guard demon- stration. ft. m. Air Show. p. m. Mummer's parade-. p. ni. Torc'iligrht boat races. 9: 1G p, m. Fireworks over I Grand Traverse Bay. Ton Weems and his orchestra. Harris Furniture building. at AHGOSA ENTER OU CLUBS FUR l" TRAVERSE CITY All Day JRNAMENTS Ha m r, Mgr. EARL'S WATER SUPPLY ASSET OF CITY Traverse City ban reaaon to be proud of its fine water sup- ply, water, pumped in through a line from nearly feet out in che bay, and from a depth of nearly ntty feet, water IB Northern Michigan's Largest Jewelers EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING D AMOND SETTING Lucien LeLong Perfumes and Cosmetics MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION 156 E. Front St. Traverse City, Mich. SLEDERS MEAT SHOP For Quality Meat -Summer meals are when you select the right kind of meat. Easily prepared and cut to tempt your appetite, Meats are always quality meats. And there is always a tempting variety to aid you in your choice. S L E D E R S "Meat You'll Like To Eat" 144 E. Front St Phone 277
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