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West Shore Shoppers' Guide, October 31, 2010

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JOHN COUNTS
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EDITOR 
Deer hunting is a grand part of ourstate’s outdoor traditions.No where is this more evident thanright here in Manistee County.The frenzy starts in the weeks leadingup to that grand day, Nov. 15.Pick-up trucks seem to cruise throughtown with a little more zip. After the open-er, blaze orange garments are a commonfashion accessory on the streets and at thediners.“Get yer buck?” becomes the most fre-quently overheard question.But, most importantly, mid-Novemberis the time for that annual, singular eventon a man’s schedule: deer camp.The doors and windows of the cabinare thrust open to air the place out.Generators are fired up. Twenty-year-olddirty magazines are pulled off a dusty shelf and spread on old coffee tables. A giantpot of chili is set to simmer on the stoverange. Someone gets a blazing fire going.Beers are cracked and alarms are set for4:30 a.m.It’s deer camp time.Now, don’t think I’m dissing you ladies.I’m sure camps all over the state have theirfemale representatives. But, when it comesdown to it, from what I know, deer camp’sa dude-heavy affair, what with all the brag-ging and flatulence.For years, I’ve felt like I was missingout on this.I’ve passed up many opportunities togo with buddies of mine who deer hunt,though I’ve heard all of their illustriousdeer camp stories. You see, I didn’t grow up deer hunt-ing. I go after grouse and woodcock, whichmeans that when the firearm season starts,I put up my gun and stay as far away fromthe woods as I can until the season is over.To be honest, my knowledge of deerhunting is pretty scant.But I want you to teach me, Manistee.I have a proposition for all of you. Letme come to your deer camp. Let’s have a beer and tell me your camp’s backgroundand the stories that go along with it.Don’t worry: I always follow a strictBYOB policy, so you won’t have to hide your coolers. Also, don’t be afraid that some of thestories you have might not be suitable fora general audience. While I’ve never donedeer camp, I have done similar camps for birds, trout and salmon.I know when discretion is needed.Last year, I spent a day at the Chisler’sLodge deer camp, which has a 70-year his-tory.Those fellows had some wonderful sto-ries to tell, and I had a great time being apart of their camp, if only for a day.If you do want to get your deer camp’sstory in the paper, all I’m asking in returnis that you show a bird hunter the ins andouts of deer hunting.I’m also aware of the amount of hazingand teasing there will be involved with a33-year-old man going out on his first deerhunt when many of you have been doing itsince you were 12.I can handle most of this. But, if any-one tells me that the best way to attractthe bucks is by running through the woodsin my brown pajamas with a pair of fakeantlers on my head, I’m not falling for it.I’m looking to spend time at ManisteeCounty deer camps from Nov. 15 through20. You will then be featured in the series,“Dear Camp Diaries,” which will run soonafter that.If you’re interested, feel free to giveme a call at (231) 398-3109 or email me at jcounts@pioneergroup.com.
Get your camp featured inthe News Advocate
(ABOVE) At the Chisler’sLodge deer camp lastyear were (from left toright) Colin Brown, PaulBosschem, Ed Knaffle,Dennis Bjorkquistand John Brown. (ATRIGHT) Antler mountsfrom successful hunts ata deer camp.
Deer camp diaries
JohnCounts
OutdoorEditor
398-3109
 jcounts@pioneergroup.com
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Last week, I was at aconference with a really great keynote speaker, JimMathis (www.JimMathis.com), who calls himself aconfrontational speaker,not a motivational one. Heasks us to confront the way things are, not the way they used to be or the way we wish they were. I took a tonof notes and before I putthem in the “great-ideas-for-a column-someday file,”I thought I’d share them with you.
When you repot aplant, the first few days aretough. After that, the plantstarts to grow.
If you get closer to your customers, you getmore customers. If you getcloser to your competition, you get more competition.
Find out why peoplelike you.
It’s tough to get suedfor results.
Most businesses hiretoo fast and fire too slow.
Be a resource for yourcustomers.
What are you the “the”of in your community?
Your customers willtell you the business they  wish you were in. Be in that business.
“Our policy is” neverends well for the customer.
Superstars get treateddifferently for a reason.
Slackers get manageddifferently for a reason.
Ask your customers,“What are we doing that yolike? What do you wish we would do more of?”
The economy isn’tdown, it’s different.
The winner is the onethat’s the most different.
With more money comes more authority.
People will pay for value.
The front of your busi-ness card should have thefeatures of your business— the back of your cardshould have the benefits.
People don’t buy what you sell — they buy whatthey want to buy.
Your best opportuni-ties come when the rest of the world is in a fetal posi-tion.
Give your peoplepermission to satisfy thecustomer.
Festival of Trees2010
Plans are underway forthe 13th Annual Festivalof Trees presented by theManistee Area Chamber of Commerce. The Festival of Trees encompasses a totalholiday atmosphere. Thepublic is delighted by thesights of the decorated treesand the sounds of the enter-tainment featured through-out the event. Business After Hours will be held onThursday, Dec. 2 among thedecorated trees. To partici-pate, please fill out an appli-cation that can be found atthe Festival of Trees websitewww.manisteechamber.com/festivaloftrees.
Health expo
The 10th Annual HealthExpo, sponsored by WestShore Community College’s Women’s Resource Centerand the Allied Healthand Nursing Department, will be held Nov. 3 in theSchoenherr Campus Centerfrom 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Professionals in a variety of physical, educational, medi-cal, mental, and holistichealth fields will providematerials on a variety of health-related topics. Theexpo is free and open to thepublic.
News fromthe MRA
The Manistee Recreation Association is currently accepting nominations fromthe public for individualsand organizations to be con-sidered for the 2010 CharlesE. Schoedel OutstandingService Award. This award was established in 1981 torecognize those individu-als and organizations that
Time to get repotted?
MelissaReed
GuestColumnist
Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce
HAVE A STORY IDEA?
If you have a story idea, contact our managing editor, David L. Barber, at(231) 398-3113 or e-mail him at
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2 • WEST SHORE SHOPPERS GUIDE • Sunday, October 31, 2010
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This list is compiled byNews Advocate entertainmenteditor Dave Yarnell. Listingsuggestions are appreciated.Contact Yarnell at 398-3111 ordyarnell@pioneergroup.com.
Manistee area entertainment calendar
This Weekend
Saturday, Oct. 30
Ghost Ship, 7:30-11 p.m., S.S. City of Milwaukee, U.S. 31 north,Manistee, (231) 723-3587The HauntingContinues at Lumley House, 7-10 p.m., Lumley Rd. near U.S. 31, BearLake, (231) 889-7150Haunted Factory,Paintball Extreme, 77Hancock St., Manistee,(231) 723-2811Downtown Trick orTreat, 1-3 p.m., LudingtonMolly Hatchet &Blackfoot, 8 p.m., LittleRiver Casino ResortHallow-Scream Party,8 p.m., Eagle’s Club, 55Division St., Manistee
Sunday, Oct. 31
Trunk or Treat, 6-7:30p.m., Norman TownshipHall, 1273 S. Seaman Rd.,Wellston, (231) 510-2101Filer TownshipHalloween Parade, 5 p.m.,Nelson Street to the FireStation, (231) 723-3138 Wellston Booster “YarnFest” knitting, crochet-ing and quilting group,1:30-3:30 p.m., NormanTownship Hall, 1273 S.Seaman Road, Wellston
Otherupcomingevents
Nov. 1
— Free lineance lessons, 7-9 p.m.,t. Joseph Parish Hall,49 Sixth St., Manistee
Nov. 2
— Line danc-ng, lessons 6:30-7 p.m.,ancing 7-9 p.m., VFW all, 1211 28th St.,anistee
Nov. 4
— Benny reen, solo piano,:30 p.m., Dendrinoshapel and Recital Hall,nterlochen Center for therts
Nov. 5
— Spirit of theoods Concert featur-ng Ember Swift, 8 p.m.,rowntown Hall, Coatesighway 
Nov. 6
— Trinity utheran Harvest Bazaar,1 a.m.-2 p.m., 420 Oak t., Manistee
Nov. 6
— Manisteeatholic Central Schools.A.R.V.E.S.T. program, A Winter Fantasy,”:30 p.m., MCC school,anistee
Nov. 6
— Live Fromhe Front: Byline Ernie yle and the Boogieoogie Babies, 7:30 p.m.,udington Area Center forhe Arts
Nov. 6-21
— Normanockwell Exhibit, 8 a.m.-p.m., Ludington Areaenter for the Arts
Nov. 6
— Aspiringnnkeeper Weekend,udington Historic Bednd Breakfast Association
Nov. 6
— Gulldentification Program,-11 a.m., Lake Bluff ird Sanctuary, 2890akeshore Rd., Manistee
Nov. 6
— Missudington Areacholarship Pageant, 7.m., Peterson Auditorium
Nov. 8
— Balletispanico, 7:30 p.m.,orson Auditorium,nterlochen Center for therts
Nov. 8
— Free lineance lessons, 7-9 p.m.,t. Joseph Parish Hall,49 Sixth St., Manistee
Nov. 9
— Line danc-ng, lessons 6:30-7 p.m.,ancing 7-9 p.m., VFW all, 1211 28th St.,anistee
Nov. 11
— Wellstonammers Jam Session, 1-4.m., Norman Townshipommunity Center
Nov. 13
— Australia’shunder From Downnder, 8 p.m., Little RiverCasino Resort
Nov. 13
— Happy Holidays Arts and CraftsShow, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.,Foster School, Ludington
Nov. 13
— Mark Dvorak concert, 7 p.m.,Ludington Area Center forthe Arts
Nov. 15
— Free linedance lessons, 7-9 p.m.,St. Joseph Parish Hall,249 Sixth St., Manistee
Nov. 16
— Linedancing, lessons 6:30-7p.m., dancing 7-9 p.m., VFW Hall, 1211 28th St.,Manistee
Nov. 18-21
— “Proof,”Center Stage Theater, West Shore Community College
Nov. 19-20
— Ludington Knights of Columbus Arts and CraftsShow 
Nov. 19-20
— “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels:The Musical,” 7:30p.m., Harvey Theatre,Interlochen Center for the Arts
Nov. 20
— FirstCongregational ChurchHeritage Bazaar, 412Fourth St., Manistee
Nov. 20
— Celebrationof Lights, OnekamaConsolidated Schools
Nov. 20
— Basicsof Bird Feeding, 10-11:30 a.m., Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary, 2890Lakeshore Rd., Manistee
Nov. 20
— JohnMichael Montgomery, 8p.m., Little River CasinoResort
Nov. 20
— Basics of Birdfeeding, Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary, Manistee
Nov. 20
— OnekamaFestival of Lights, 5 p.m.,
Nov. 22
— Free linedance lessons, 7-9 p.m.,St. Joseph Parish Hall,249 Sixth St., Manistee
Nov. 23
— Linedancing, lessons 6:30-7p.m., dancing 7-9 p.m., VFW Hall, 1211 28th St.,Manistee
Nov. 26
— JohnCafferty, Little RiverCasino Resort
Nov. 27
— ChristmasJoy Fest, 4-8 p.m., MarillaMuseum and PioneerPlace
Nov. 26-27
Ludington Area Centerfor the Arts ChristmasExtravaganza, 7 p.m.
Nov. 27
— 14th annualHolly Berry Arts & CraftsFair, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,Frankfort High School
Nov. 29
— Free linedance lessons, 7-9 p.m.,St. Joseph Parish Hall,249 Sixth St., Manistee
Nov. 30
— Linedancing, lessons 6:30-7p.m., dancing 7-9 p.m., VFW Hall, 1211 28th St.,Manistee
Nov. 30
— FrankfortTree Lighting, 7 p.m.,Rotary Park, Frankfort
 Where to go and whoto call for area fun andactivities
Paine Aquatic Centerat Manistee High School,525 12th St., Manistee,723-2547
Ice Arena andRecreation Center at WestShore Community College,3000 N. Stiles Rd.,Scottville, 845-6211, www. westshore.edu
Little River CasinoResort, M-22 at U.S. 31,Manistee, (888) 568-2244, www.lrcr.com.
Manistee County Historical Museum, 425River St., Manistee, 723-5531
Manistee NationalForest, (231) 723-2211, www.fs.fed.us/r9/hmnf 
Crystal MountainResort, (800) 968-7686, www.crystalmountain.com
Caberfae Peaks Skiand Golf Resort, (231)862-3000, http://caber-faepeaks.com
Interlochen Centerfor the Arts, (800) 681-5920, www.interlochen.org
Northern MichiganDragway, (231) 362-3439, www.northernmichigan-dragway.net
Manistee CivicPlayers at the RamsdellTheatre, 723-7188, pur-chase tickets online at www.ramsdell-theater.org
Indoor heated pool,hot tub, fitness room,Portage Point Inn, 8567South Portage Point Dr.,Onekama, 889-4222
West ShoreCommunity College, (231)845-6211, www.westshore.edu
Arts and Culture Alliance of ManisteeCounty, www.allartsman-istee.com
Ludington Area ArtsCouncil, www.ludington-artscouncil.org
Manistee ArtInstitute, (231) 723-2682
Spirit of the WoodsMusic Association, (231)477-5381, www.spiri-tofthewoods.org
Carmike HarborCinema, Ludington, (231)843-9310
Marilla Museumand Pioneer Place, 9991Marilla Rd., Copemish,(231) 378-2123
Ramsdell TheatreTours, 101 Maple St.,Manistee, Saturdays, 1-4p.m., start June 19
Bottle HouseMuseum, 14551 Wuoksi Ave., Kaleva, (2310 362-3519
Kaleva DepotRailroad Museum, WaltaSt., Kaleva
Dave Yarnell
Entertainmenteditor
 
398-3111
dyarnell@pioneergroup.com
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SATURDAY, OCT. 30
Veteran’s banquet, 5:30 
• 
p.m., BPOE Elks Lodge,call 723-2060 for info.Manistee Moose, Steak 
• 
or Shrimp Dinner, 5-7:30 p.m., Bake sale.”Food-N-Things Drive” 
• 
to benefit the Manistee Senior Center, donate non-perishable items,drop off at Honor Bank,9 a.m.-5 p.m. or Ole- son’s Food Store Homeward Bound 
• 
“Bottle Blitz” collecting bottles & cans.
SUNDAY, OCT. 31
Free Coffee Devotion,
• 
“Open Door” led by Lay leader Paco Theisen & leader Marilyn Meteer,Stafono’s, 3 p.m. (an outreach of the United Methodist Church)Trunk or Treat, Arrive 
• 
4:30-5:30 p.m., Trunk or Treating 6-7:30 p.m.,Costume judging 6:30 p.m.; Norman Township Hall
MONDAY, NOV. 1
TOPS 528, weigh-in 
• 
3:45vp.m. until time of meeting, 5p.m., First Baptist Church, Lake- shore Rd.Manistee County Vet- 
• 
erans Counselor, Beth Yeack, Veterans office,court house, 9a.m.-3.pm., 398-3587. Call for appointment.
TUESDAY, NOV. 2
MHS & St. Joseph HS 
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class of ‘58 monthly breakfast, 9 a.m.;Stafono’s. Classmates and spouses from other years also invited.Lighthouse Pregnancy 
• 
Care Center, open 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; 234 Parkdale Avenue, Man- istee DAV Salt City Charter 43 
• 
meeting 7:30p.m., VFW,1211 28th Manistee,723-9220 DAV service officers will
• 
process VA claims and other veterans’/ depen- dants needs. 10a.m.- 1p.m., VFW 1121 28th,Manistee, walk-ins welcome, call for ap- pointment, 723-9220.Ms. B. Matzen Disabled 
• 
Veterans Outreach Worker (DVOW), Man- istee office Tues. 9a.m.- 4p.m., 1660 U.S.31South Manistee 
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3
T.O.P.S. support group 
• 
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.; E.U.M.Church, Highbridge Rd.,Brethren.Mothers of Preschoolers 
• 
Group, 9:15 a.m.; Faith Covenant Church 475 8th Street, Manistee.O.A.(Overeaters 
• 
Anonymous) meeting 7 p.m.; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 521Cypress St., Manistee,723-2883 AA meetings daily, Man- 
• 
istee/Mason counties.(231)864-4464 for times/ location.Bible Study, 7:15 p.m.,
• 
Music House, call(2313)723-2744 Al-Anon meeting, Bear 
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Lake-Lions Club Den,US 31 in center of vil- lage, 8 p.m.TOPS 1801 MEETING 
• 
11 a.m.-12 noon, First Baptist Church, 1201Lakeshore Rd., Man- istee Fighting Cancer with a 
• 
Fork, Tanya Lesinski,RD, CSO, 6:30-8p.m.,Memorial Medical Cen- ter Classrooms. Contact Tanya at 231-757-1264 for more information.VFW service officers will
• 
process VA claims and any other veteran’s/de- pendant needs, 10a.m.- 2p.m., 1211 28th St Manistee, 723-9220, callfor appointment.VFW service officer will
• 
process VA claims and any other veteran’s/de- pendant needs, 10a.m.- 2p.m., 13300 9 Mile Rd KALEVA, (231)362-3229 
THURSDAY, NOV. 4
AAUW Manistee Branch,
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7p.,m., Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary, 2890 Lake- shore Rd.American Legion, ser- 
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vice officer will process VA claim’s/dependants needs 12:30-3p.m. or by appointment, 10 Mason St., Manistee, (616)240- 3883. Call for appoint- ment.
SATURDAY, NOV. 6
Homeward Bound 
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“Bottle Blitz” collecting bottles & cans.
SUNDAY, NOV. 7
Euchre, Manistee Ameri- 
• 
can Legion, 2 p.m.Kaleva Lions Club 
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Pancake Breakfast 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon; Kaleva Lions Den.Free Coffee Devotion,
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As of October 27th, 2010 Wednesday, 4:35 pm EDT 
DOW JONESINDUSTRIAL AVERAGE
Close: 11,126.28Change: -43.18 (-0.39%)
NASDAQ
Close: 2,503.26Change: +5.97 (+0.24%)Volume: 2,026,914,138
MUTUAL FUNDS
Symbol Description
Change
Bid Ask 52wk L-H
CWGIX CAPITAL WORLD A -0.20 N=35.37 P=37.53 29.35-35.57CAIBX CAP INC BUL A -0.17 N=50.04 P=53.09 43.95-50.21AMECX AMERICAN INC A -0.03 N=16.44 P=17.44 14.61-16.47AEPGX EUROPACIFIC A -0.37 N=41.10 P=43.61 33.17-41.50ABNDX AMER BOND FD A -0.03 N=12.47 P=12.96 11.76-12.55ANWPX AMER NEW PERS A -0.15 N=27.63 P=29.32 23.12-27.78AWSHX AME WAS MU INV A 0 N=26.08 P=27.67 22.58-26.27VFINX VANGRD IDX 500 0 N=109.24 P=109.24 94.17-112.22FMAGX FIDELTY MAGLN -0.24 N=66.83 P=66.83 58.10-70.63FBLAX FRANKLIN BAL A +0.01 N=9.58 P=10.16 8.52-9.61LAFFX LD ABT AFFIL A +0.02 N=10.61 P=11.26 9.21-11.45
STOCKS
Smbl Description Price Chng Bid Ask Volume 52wk L-H
T AT&T 28.35 +0.04 28.35 28.37 24,829,288 23.78-29.43PNC PNC FINL SVC 53.75 -0.25 53.73 53.76 4,740,630 48.80-70.45DTE DTE ENERGY 47.06 +0.01 47.06 47.07 661,763 36.65-49.06DELL DELL INC 14.67 +0.16 14.67 14.68 16,282,438 11.34-17.52DOW DOW CHEMICAL CO 31.21 -0.29 31.21 31.24 7,602,381 22.42-32.05XOM EXXON MOBIL 65.67 -0.86 65.66 65.67 23,190,112 55.94-76.54F FORD MOTOR CO 14.23 -0.13 14.22 14.23 80,855,568 6.81-14.57GE GENERAL ELEC CO 16.11 -0.05 16.10 16.11 50,538,296 13.75-19.70MLM M MARIETTA 80.17 -0.24 80.08 80.17 330,738 71.50-100.33LMT LOCKHEED MARTIN 70.89 -0.91 70.89 70.91 2,855,786 67.39-87.18ORCL ORACLE CORP 28.70 +0.07 28.69 28.70 33,838,036 20.65-29.29PFE PFIZER INC 17.28 -0.21 17.28 17.29 6,758,942 14.00-20.36VZ VERIZON COMMS 32.51 +0.01 32.51 32.53 18,973,784 24.76-33.68WMT WAL-MART STORES 53.87 -0.69 53.87 53.88 13,009,399 47.77-56.27SO SOUTHERN 38.30 +0.02 38.29 38.31 5,809,000 30.85-38.62

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