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Out of the attic

N-Out-of-the-Attic-MathersRed Flannel parade

Joan Covell, formerly of Cedar Springs, and now of Boyne City, was cleaning out photo albums last fall when she came across some old photos of Red Flannel parade floats. Last week, we ran a photo of the 1958 Red Flannel Queen and Court. This week, we have a photo of another float. Can anyone identify who the people are on the Mather float, and what year it might be? Give us a call at 696-3655, or email news@cedarspringspost.com.

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One Response to “Out of the attic”

  1. Ryan Mather says:

    I don’t believe I am directly related, but a search of ‘The Annual Report of the Department of Labor’ from 1947 shows a “Charles Mather” of Cedar Springs as the owner.

    https://books.google.com/books?id=1yNFAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA375&lpg=PA375&dq=mather%27s+department+store+cedar+springs,+mi&source=bl&ots=o1ewXdF9bX&sig=Ey9RaJCJzgJznbeLCsd52Ach3Sk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CB0Q6AEwAGoVChMI86DW0emSyAIVw2w-Ch1N1gSS#v=onepage&q=mather&f=false

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