I Ludlngton Dally News, Friday, January 14,1966. Hearing Consultant Speaks At Public Health Meeting Scottville and Ludington Branches of the Public Health Association held a combined meeting at the Mason County Health Center in Ludington. Thomas Booth, consultant from the Michigan Department of Health was guest speaker. Mr. Booth showed a film entitled "Susie Is Only Three," which depicts a screening program for vision and hearing defects in pre-school children. He stressed the importance of ear-ly detection of defects so that corrections can be effected or combined correction and educational plans made for the child. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Earl Jensen, president of the Ludington branch. Collection for the afternoon was donated to the March of Dimes. A committee was chosen for the Dental Fluo.T.ide Program for 1966. Announcement was made of the Fi.\b. 8 meeting which will be a tvjmbined Ludington and ScottviliV;! Branch Health Association at 1:30 P. M., Social Rooms oV the Scottville State Saving Bank, Scottville. The subject to Cie discussed will be "Medicare." Hostesses for Tuesday's meeting were mevnbers of Foster and Lakeview School PTA Association. Those attending were Mesdames Linton Frast, German Now is the time to enroll your child for the spring term of Ludington Pre- School Nursery. For information call 843-4179. Winey, Robert Tracy, Melvln Herban RN, Merton Hackert, James Keating RN, George Ruby, Kenneth Thoresen, William Gregones, Donald V. Miller, William Brown III, Alvin Finholm, Curtis Crawford, Jack Wahr, Lester Lake, John Thome, Howard T. Harrington, Arthur Swanson, Russell Grams, Roy Brown, Helen Meyer RN, Robert Wilson, Alvin Benson, Frank Milvert, Mary Widdis and Earl Jenson. SHOOTING (Continued from Page 1) still investigating the possibility that others were involved in the kidnap attempt. Firestone, a personable man who has been active in civic affairs since moving here in 1943, lived alone in the modern, white-stucco house. His wife Polly died a year ago, and his three children live elsewhere: Kimball in Akron, Ohio, and Brooks in Pebble Beach, Calif., and a daughter, Mrs. Samuel C. Register, in Paris, Ky. Memberships To Be Given Worshipful Master Lloyd Sutter, presided for the first time at a regular meeting of Pere Marquette Lodge 299, Free & Accepted Masons, held Wednesday evening at Masonic Temple. Members reported ill were John Victor, Russell Loomis, Arthur Clausen, Clifford Wells, Irvin Clark and Roland Mallory. Plans were made to present four 50-year memberships. Refreshments were served by Junior Warden Alton Haner. Duplicate Bridge Winners Announced Eight tables of Mitchell movement duplicate bridge were played Thursday evening at Hotel Stearns. North-south winners were Mrs. Joseph Kowatch and Mrs. Stedman C. Rohn first, Mrs. A. Glenn Haywood second, Mrs. LeMoyne Cronenwett and Mrs. Keith T. Myers third and Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Hansen fourth. Mrs. A. Wilber Davis and Mrs. Helen Farley placed first in east-west position. Other east- west winners were Robert 0'- Hearn and Walter Listing second, Mrs. Maurice Tallefson and Mrs. Alfred Northman third and Mrs. A. P. Sisko and Mrs. A. L. Wilcox fourth. Duplicate bridge will be played at 7:45 p. m. Thursday at Hotel Stearns. CODRT^NEIS LUDINGTON MUNICIPAL 60URT Robert Mickelson of 600 N. Franklin St. paid a $5 fine and $2 costs on a charge of failure to yield the right of way. Jack Greiner of 1026 Beechwood Drive, charged with driving without due caution, paid a $10 fine and $2 costs. 'Ludington city police brought the charges. SCOTTVILLE LIVESTOCK SALES There was an average run of livestock at this weeks sale at Scottville with a strong market on choice veal. Joe Gancarz consigned one hog that sold for $115.50, the highest price ever paid for one hog at Scottville. Jos. Sanders of Custer was the purchaser. Deacon calves 8-25; veal 14-40; steers and heifers 14.9024.10; bulls 17.40-19.20; cows 11.40-16.90; straight hogs 28.5029; light straight hogs 24.50-25; sows 19.25-21 and feeder cattle 15-21. Jaycees Plan Scout Event Ludington Jaycee members are shown above discussing plans for the Boy Scout exposition to be held April 16 in Oriole Hall. Pictured in the front row left to right are Dan Kuhn, James Miller and Stanley Guy. In the back row left to right are Harby Walton and Ron Ortquist. Local Jaycees To Sponsor Annual Scout Exposition Ludington Jaycees met Tuesday evening in Muskegon with Scout officials of Timber Trails Council to plan for the April 16 Boy Scout Exposition to be held in Ludington's Oriole Hall. This will be the second year of sponsorship of the show by the Jaycee group. Chairman Harby Walton states that participation and attendance is expected to exceed last year's event. About 14 Oceana and Ma- son County Troops, Packs and Explorer Posts are expected to take part and about 600 boys will participate. Assisting on the committee headed by Walton will be Dan Kuhn, Jim Miller and Ron Ortquist, sub-committee chairmen. All Jaycees will be involved in the physical arrangements and in booth judging. Local district Scout executive, Stanley Guy, is adviser of the Jaycee group. Attend Services Those from away who attended funeral services for Fred D. Eyestone Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. William Eyestone Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pulyea of Twin Lakes; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eyestone, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eyestone and Mr. and Mrs. Otho Eyestone of Muskegon; Gerald and John Eyestone of Wolf Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Viterma and Gregory, Mrs. Isabelle Brimmer, Mrs. Mata Erwin, Mrs. Marian Rider and Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Eyestone of Hart. Also Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eyestone and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dean of Shelby; Mr. and Mrs. William R. Eyestone of Fort Riley, Kan.; and Mrs. John VanTassell of Marshall. JANUARY HURRY! Terrific Buys! Tremendous Values! Two Speeds, Three Cycles for bright, just right washings! Filter-Flo* Automatic Washer t Three Wash Cycles Plus Extra Wash provide flexibility to wash nearly any fabric and load. 2. Four Speed Combination 2 Wash Speeds-2 Spin Speeds-3 Wash Temperatures. 3. Filter-Flo* Washing System Traps lint-fuzz in non-clogging, moving filter. 4. Large Washbasket Capacity Up to 14 pounds of heavy fabrics come out thoroughly cleaned. 5. Super V-14 spiral Activator 1 * Vigorous 3-zone washing action for gentle yet thorough cleaning. 6. Dual Purpose Turbo-Type Pump Constantly recirculates water at any speed or water level. 7. Warranty General Electric washers carry a one-year repair warranty against manufacturing defects on the entire washer, with an additional four-year parts warranty applicable to transmission parts. AS LOW AS $2.00 PER WEEK Gunberg Appliance "WE SELL THE BEST AND SERVICE THE REST" S. Washington Avj. and Dowland St. 5 Accidents Are Reported, 11njured Five auto accidents were in* vestlgated Thursday by local law enforcement officers with only one minor Injury reported. Sheriff's officers were called out at 11:15 p.m. to a one-car accident on US-31 north of Johnson Road. Williams W. Figgins of route 1 Fountain told officers he fell asleep and his car struck a snowbank and then a tree. There was considerable damage to the car and Figgins was ticketed for reckless driving. Two cars collided at the intersection of Franklin and Brother Streets at 11:10 a.m. Drivers were Mary Jane Taibl of 606 N. Rowe St. and James Blodgett of 718 E. Ludington Ave. There was minor damage to both cars and Mary Jane Taibl was ticketed for failure to yield the right of way. At 6:20 p.m. Thursday two cars collided in the 100 block of South Jackson Road. Drivers were Alice Clark of 300 S. Washington Ave. and Ronald Schultz of 933 Maple St. A passenger in the Clark car, Steve Taranko of 929 Pine St. received a bump on the head and a cut on his nose. Schultz was ticketed for driving without due caution. There was conisderable damage to both cars. Ludington police are investigating two minor hit and run accidents which occurred sometime Thursday evening. A parked car owned by April Hallada of 403 S. Madison St. was struck in the side. A car parked in the-100 block of West Ludington Avenue was struck in the side also. Owner of the car is Laverna Gilbert of 328 E. Dowland St. American Legion Post Receives Award For Membership Drive Edwin H. Ewing Post 76, American Legion, held its regular meeting Wednesday evening at the post home. Forest Garland became a new member. John Rae, chairman of the annual New Year's Eve party, reported that the event was the largest party the Legion has had. Commander David G. Fisher reported that the Auxiliary has purchased new dishes and cooking utensils for the kitchen. A motion was made to extend the facilities of the Legion post by building additional space. Considerable discussion followed with no immediate plans being made. Commander Fisher reported that a work bee will be held In the near future to panel the dance hall. Roger K. Liebetreu reported that the 1966 membership now Donald C. Baldwin To Speak At Meeting Lakeview School Parent- Teacher Association will hold a postponed meeting at 8 p. m. Tuesday at Lakeview School. This will be Fathers' night. Program will feature an address by Donald C. Baldwin, superintendent of Ludington Area Schools. Servicemen's Notes The following address has been received for an area serviceman: Pvt. Vernon F. Bower 2226810, D. Co., 1st R. Tr., M.C.R.D., San Diego, Calif. 92140. Shrine Circus To Be Presented In Grand Rapids Jan. 24-29 The greatest indoor circus on earth which has been booked to appear at the Civic Auditorium, Grand Rapids Jan. 24 to 29 has under contract approximately twenty of tiie internationally-known stellar attractions. Pat Anthony, the world-renowned cat trainer -will perform one of the most exciting acts ever to appear in the city of Grand Rapids. Direct from Spain will be the great Palacios' flying act. They will attempt, and undoubtedly accomplish, some of the greatest feats seen in this part of the country, fifty feet above the circus floor. The great Ferronis, considered the most exciting teeterboard act in the country will also appear. The Jungowes, a mobile perch act, will be presented and a seal act, known as the Van Donwen's seals is being returned by popular demand. These sea lions were caught in the northern Pacific off the Aleutian Islands and trained by Mr. and Mrs. Van Funeral Notices BUSINGER, WILLIAM Irons Funeral services for William Businger, who died Thursday, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday from the Dodge Funeral Home in Middleton, Mich. Burial will be in Payne Cemetery. The family will be at Stephens Chapel this evening to receive friends. The body will be taken Saturday by Stephens funeral coach to Middleton. —Stephens -Notice Lewis Drug Store 123 E. Lud. Avt. Will Be Open SUNDAY Jan. 16 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. • •••I Johnston- McDonald Drug Store lOlJames St. City Drug Store 101 E. Lud. Av«. Disbrow Drug Store 102 W. Lud. Avt. Will Be Closed Jon. 16 Donwen. During an act presented by The Three Smahas, Mr. Smaha will present the only stallion in the world that performs the "Capriole". Mr. Smaha, his wife and son are graduates of the Spanish Riding Academy of Vienna. This Lipizzan stallion, which performs the unique and unusual feat is the off-spring of the famous Lippizzan horses that were rescued by General Patton. Irene and Tonco, an almost- human gorilla considered the Russian circus' most exciting act, will be presented. Another featured act is Johnny Luxem from Germany who will do the "walk-of-death . Chimps, poodles and the fabulous Janmar's elephants will be handled by Sandra Pettus, daughter of the handler-trainer. Peter and Petrova will perform their stellar act from the ceiling of Civic Auditorium, and making his fifth consecutive appearance will be Buck Barry, star of Western Michigan radio and TV. Also appearing will be various clowns. Expected attendance for this year's circus is estimated in excess of 70,000 people. Tickets are now on sale at the Civic Auditorium. Admitted Thursday, Jan. 13: Walter Garland of 210 N. Gaylord Ave. Richard Bidwell of route 1 Fountain. Kelly Jo Bidwell of route 1 Fountain. Bert Harwood of route 3 Ludington. Michael Thorne of route 3 Ludington. Mrs. George Harwood of route 3 Ludington. Daniel R. O'Connell of 119 N. Lavinia St. Mrs. Paul VandenHeuvel of 311Mi N. Gaylord Ave. Carl Parker of route 2 Ludington. Duane Smith of Custer. Discharged Thursday, Jan. 13: Dennis Gum of route 2 Scottville. Mrs. Marie Masse of 207 E. Loomis St. Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking and son, Wilfrid Wayne, of 409V» N. Rath Ave. Carl Nelson Jr. of Custer. Mrs. Donald Byers of Jebavy Drive. Mrs. Norman Battice of Hart. Mrs. Louis B. Pedersen of route 2 Scottville. Mrs. Alice Thorndike of Scottville. Joseph Budris of Scottville. stands at 205. Commander Fisher announced that Liebetreu has signed 14 new members thus far this year. It was also reported that the Legion received an award for enlisting the equal of their 1965 membership prior to December 31. Fisher reported that Roger K. Liebetreu, Harold Sherman and David G. Fisher will receive membership awards for signing 15 or more members by Dec. 31. John Rae reported that there Will be no dance in January, but one is scheduled for the last Saturday of February. Refreshments were served following the meeting. W. Businger Dies Thursday William Businger, 71, of route 1 Irons died Thursday at his home. He was born Oct. 29, 1894 in Ohio and resided in Middleton, Mich, several years prior to moving to Bass Lake in 1949. Mr. Businger is survived by his widow, Vera; a son, Garth of Boston, Mass.; a daughter, Mrs. Nada Dingwell of Lansing; two sisters, Mrs. Clara Coch of Weston, Ohio and Mrs. Mabel MacBeth of Cincinnati, Ohio; and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday from the Dodge Funeral Home in Middleton. Stephens Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements. News Briefs Phona 843*9531 I An estimated $455 million will be spent by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare in 1968 to combat and cure St. Simon Altar Society meeting for January has been cancelled. Next meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 22. Western Trail Blazers 4-H Club will meet Tuesday, Jan. 18, at the home of Martha Moore, 209 N. Ferry St. Members are asked to note change in place of meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller Sr. of 408 E. Loomis St. and C. J. Gebhardt of route 3 Ludington are attending the capping this afternoon when Mr. and Mrs. Millers' daughter, Miss Sharon Miller, will receive her cap at Munson School of Practical Nurses in Traverse City. Miss Miller is to be affiliated at Little Traverse Hospital in Petoskey until September. Mrs. Walter Lange of 608 N. James St. left this morning for New London, Conn., called there by the illness of her grandson, Steve Rostek. Friends wishing to write to Steve may address him Steve Rostek, C2-Room 222, Lawerence Memorial Hospital, New London, Conn. Mr .and Mrs. Harry Larsen of Greenville spent Wednesday at the Hans K. Hansen home in Amber Township. Don't Forget... SATURDAY Family Night, Elks Temple, 6 to 8:30 p. m. Swiss steak or chicken. MONDAY Ludington Lions Club, at Hotel Stearns, at 6:15 p. m. Executive Board, Pere Marquette School Parent-Teacher Association, at home of Mrs. Amil Laird, at 7:30 p. m. Recovery, Inc., at Community Church, at 7:30 p. m. Ludington Chapter 92, Royal Arch Masons, at Masonic Temple, at 7:30 p. m. Regular meeting. Western Michigan Society for Better Hearing, in conference room at Consumers Power Co., at 8 p. m. Film to be shown by Douglas Leafstrand. TUESDAY Ludington Optimist Club, at Hotel Stearns, at 12 noon. Lakeshore Fellowship Club, at Robert VanLoon home, 411 S. Staffon St., at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. David King, hostess. Carryin dinner at 12:30 p. m. Lakeview School Parent- Teacher Association, at Lakeview School, at 8 p. m. Father's night. Donald C. Baldwin, superintendent of Ludington Area Schools, to be guest speaker. Crystal Lodge 159, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, at Odd Fellow Temple, at 7:30 p.m. Foster School Parent-Teacher Association, in school library, at 3 p. m. Donald C. Baldwin, superintendent of Ludington Area Schools, to speak on topic, "School Dropouts." Girl Scout Troop 114 to be present to care for younger children. Mothers of second grade pupils to be '
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 17,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month