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West Shore Shoppers' Guide, August 22, 2010

West Shore Shoppers' Guide, August 22, 2010

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MANISTEE — Sunday,Aug. 29 is the 17th AnnualHeritage Social sponsoredby the Manistee County Historical Museum. Themuseum’s Septembershow, “Putting ManisteeCounty and Manistee onthe Map,” will be previewedat the social, which will beheld from 4 to 7 p.m. in theair-conditioned ManisteeGolf & Country Club.People, products,events, places, art, andliterature that broughtManistee County andManistee fame will be inthis interesting and educa-tional show. Featured willbe a special presentationof Glen of Michigan, whichproduced popular wom-en’s, misses’ and children’sdesigner sportswear inManistee that was nation-ally known from 1951n to1981.Harless Feagins andJanell Sandstedt-Peterson— assisted by Ron Deising,Theresa Feagins, and SuzieFeagins-Jacobs — aredoing the special Glen of Michigan exhibit. HarlessFeagins, Deising, andSandstedt-Peterson werepresident, vice president,and secretary of the corpo-rate firm when it closed in1981.The Glen of Michigansign that used to beon radio hill, south of Manistee, will be displayedacross from the entranceon the country club lawn;and there will be ninewomen modeling Glen of Michigan fashions from thepast, 5 to 6 p.m. Additionally, there will be displays for Century Boat, with a 1931 Century outside and some unusualCentury toys in the indoorexhibit; the ManisteeNational Forest; Louise V. Armstrong’s We Too Are the People; boatsnamed Manistee; the B-24Manistee; Nels JohnsonCentury Tower Clocksand Regulators; AviatrixHarriet Quimby; JamesEarl Jones; and GlenSprings and Captain Jack Crawford.Kaleva’s BottleHouse; Makinen Tackle;cartoonist Sylvester J.“Vet” Anderson; the World’s Tallest Man,Robert Wadlow; GeorgeTennant, cook for theByrd Expeditions; HerbertHarley and the AmericanJudicature Society; and Dr.Lewis M. Haynes, M. D., who was aboard the heavy cruiser, USS Indianapolis when it was sunk, will also be included.Dora Stockman, thefirst woman to be elected topublic office in Michigan;the USS Tautog, a sub-marine that was scrappedin Manistee; MargaretMortenson Landon, a BearLake teacher who later wrote Anna and the King of Siam; Ross Lockridge, Jr., who wrote Raintree County in Manistee, are in theshow, too. Also available will bea sampling of historicalreference materials used by visitors to the museum— photographs, albums,newspapers, genealogy filecards, maps, and directo-ries.Punch and a generousarray of hors d’oeuvres will be provided at thesocial. A cash bar will beavailable. Non-memberattendees at the social will be offered a free one- year membership in themuseum. Reservationsshould be made at themuseum by telephoning723-5531, Monday throughSaturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $20 per per-son.The social is the only fundraiser that the muse-um holds during the yearto provide money to keepthe budget operating in black.
Courtesy Photos/Manistee County Historical Society
Stitching at Glen of Michigan was done by employees (ABOVE) working atindustrial sewing machines. Peak employment was more than 500 at one time.(BELOW) Harless Feagins (left) and Lester Glen discuss Glen of Michigan cloth-ing. Glen was president of the firm at that time; Feagins was manager of theManistee plant. In 1971, Feagins became president of Glen of Michigan, Inc.,and purchased the Glen of Michigan Division outright from Glen ManufacturingDivision of Jack Winter, Inc.
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 A hemline here, a pleat there…Here’s four things I really love- Manistee, history, business andclothes. So you can imagine that I was just beside myself when I heardabout the Manistee County HistoricalMuseum’s fall exhibit “PuttingManistee County and Manistee onthe Map,” featuring people, products,events, places, art and literature that brought us fame. The exhibit payshomage to James Earl Jones, Century Boat, Kaleva Bottle House,Manistee National Forest, boats named “Manistee” andGlen of Michigan. When Harless Feaginsand Janelle (Sandstedt)Peterson were contacted by the museum about thisexhibit, they responded with a wealth of artifactsand information about Glenof Michigan and it was my privilege to see some of thescrapbooks, sales materialsand — best of all — cloth-ing from Glen of Michigan.Longtime Manistee people will remember that Glen of Michigan was a nationally famous, high-end clothingline for women and childrenthat was manufactured righthere in Manistee and wassold nationally in some very fine stores.The historical museum will be presenting a pre- view of the exhibit attheir Seventeenth AnnualHeritage Social on Sunday, Aug. 29 from 4 p.m. until 7p.m., with live modeling of Glen of Michigan clothing between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.I was honored to be askedto be one of the models andsaid yes, chiefly becausethat was the only way to getmy hands on the clothing.The event is at the ManisteeGolf and Country Club and you’ll know you’re in theright place when you see theCentury Boat out front!Make no mistake– whether it’s windspiresand brown trout or clothing, boats and female aviators,our community is definitely on the map!
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IAAP (International Association of  AdministrativeProfessionals) Sandy Shores Chapter will pres-ent “Techniques to express your opinion to your boss.”Sometimes employees havedifferent opinions or ideasthan their boss. Have youever met with your boss andreceived negative feedback?Maybe your communicationskills need a little boost. I will present tips and strate-gies to communicate with your boss in a positive man-ner. This program is freeand will be held Tuesday at5:30 p.m. at the ScottvilleLibrary, 204 E. State St.,Scottville. For more informa-tion contact Kathleen (231)398-3887 or Janette (231)723-2575.
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The Brethren HistoricalSociety will present LivingHistory Series Monday and Tuesday at 7 p.m.This presentation is a livemusical and drama aboutcountry schools in the area.The event will be held atthe Dickson TownshipHall, 14270 Coates Hwy.,Brethren.
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9:30a.m., Meeting: 10-11a.m., Bear Lake United Methodist Church Depression Self-help 
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Veterans Outreach Worker (DVOW) Manistee office, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; 1660 U.S.31South Manistee Lighthouse Pregnancy 
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a.m.-4 p.m.Gamblers Anonymous,
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7 p.m.; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 521Cypress St, Manistee Pulmonary Rehab free 
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class “Sleep Disorders”.1:30 - 3 p.m. West Shore Medical Center Education Building.American Legion, ser- 
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