The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 15, 1939 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 15,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE SCOTTVILLE News Prom Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Home, 126-F-14.) SCOHVILLE TO BE BUSY CITf Many Building Improvements Take Place; Others Postponed Until Next Spring With worn Beginning Thursday morning on the People's Bank building, now occupied by the State Savings bank force, construction work in the city is reaching a new high for the year. Work on the State Savings greatly missed. Following the services at the church, the body was taken to the Victory cemetery where she was laid to rest near so many ot her loved relatives and friends. 2-Day Tour Enjoyed to Upper Michigan by Junior Farm Bureau Members of the Junior Farm bureau, who were privileged to attend the recent two-day tour to the upper part of the state, are still talking of the good bank building has been held up time thev exDerlenced fora few days because of the r"™ 5 iney ex P e « encea lays lack of material. This is arriving now and work has been resumed , and hopes are entertained that they can move in about Oct. i. or shortly after. Upstairs office rooms are being rapidly finished up, plasterers and electricians being hard at work. Work is also progressing on the Installation of the heating plant. Work on the People's State bank began Thursday morning and windows are being removed and other work done in preparation for placing new windows The group left Scottville early Friday morning in three cars, driven by Emery Kinney Jr., Merle Wood and W. S. Hawley. The trip led north over US-SI then US-22 to Glenn lake, with a drive around the lake, then to Traverse City where they visited the museum and the little city. Lunch was enjoyed just outside of Traverse. Following the lake shore to Petoskey and Cross. Village and on to the Straits, brought them to the Straits in the early evening. A speed boat trip and and other improvements The an evening on Mackinac Is- new owner, Carl Smith of Chi- h and prov ed most wonderful, cago, spent several days here,; T he night was spent in cabins returning Thursday morning. | a t the Straits. Work continues on the post-! An early morning drive took office site, where trucks an- the group to Sheboygan, then continuing the excavating pro- to Mullett lake and Hurt lake cess begun by the large crane., then back to Traverse Citv and This work will be pushed as; a visit to the Peninsula and to rapidly as possible. iOld Mission. Of the new homes being ! A leisurely trip back includ- built, the Ellsworth Dumas ,^d a stay at Beulah and dinner home is practically completed; I a t Manistee Saturday evening, the house being built by Dr. Bathing and water sports were C. M. Spencer is well on its last' enjoyed at Beulah. The en- touches, as is also the house be- tlre trl P was taken in a mailing built by Walter Listing. The'"" to bring relaxation and new home being erected by :rest as wel1 as change, after Harry Kiefer, on East State' a ""W winter and summer, street. Ls progressing splendidly, i Mak ' ng , tne tr iP w £re Martha Sidewalks and streets are re-! an ^ Marian Rmebolt. Mary sumlng normal conditions very !^ ne .. T °wns. Laura Mae Houk, rapidly. The block between the I ^^ rttc °^' * arlc and , railroad crossing and State £ h /' be £K- George Soneral. State .street is now complete,!Sn ne ?T? MSle'wSd 1 and W 'ne%r P the^ro1;l^^to'^^ "^ t * lfe * JuWt The walk and curb on 'the west ! Kre^rpf" rnr^m"' «,^ d Miss side of the street north of the j S es ? g ' W ° WaS a main corners, is now complete,] ' also the walk north in the second block, near the schoolhouse. On 'Envy' Is Subject of Sunday Sermon The subject of the sermon at the 10 o'clock Mass at St. Jerome's Catholic church, this Sunday, Sept. 17, will be "En- i vy." Rev. Gordon Grant will base his sermon on the following thought: "Envy and the spirit of criticism come from pride; envy causes us to watch others and such watching comes from .pride." The general public is cordially invited to attend services at St. Jerome's Catholic church. Dinner Enjoyed at Gurney Park Honoring their uncle, E. Harwood of Hart, and for the pleasure of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers and daughter, Doris, of Oregon, a delightful dinner was held at Glirney park in Hart Wednesday. Taking part were Mesdames A. J. Smith of this city. Ed Zimmerly and George 'Burton of Chicago, and Charles Reader and Oscar Walters of Custer Mr. and Mrs. Myers and daughter are leaving the last of the week for Chicago where they will spend a few days before going on to their home. RETURN FROM TRIP Mr and Mrs. W. G Alway .Miss Eileen Alway and Clayton I Alway returned Wednesday evening from a two week's trip to New York, where they visited the World's fair i ! A delightful trip across into ! .Canada, visiting some of the ; beauty spots as they went ! along, including Watkin's i Glen, the Hudson river, cities of interest along the route, |and the fair were greatly en- ijoyed. * * NAZIS CLAIM LODZ, SECOND LARGEST POLISH CITY Mrs. Clare Martin returned the first of the week from Duluth where she spent some time with her son Dr. Webster C. Martin. i Gay '90 Hats Are Similar to Present! [. FREDERICKSBURG, Tex. — i (/P)—Clerks dug through old stocks of a pioneer clothing; store recently to fill an order for raiment suitable for a "gay 90's" celebration. Cutaways. tight pants, fancy vests, derby hats, j box-toed and button shoes, ; bustles, frilly gowns, lace petti- ' coats, flower festooned hats and: poke bonnets finally were found, I vintage of 65 years ago. Why they had remained in stock' that long nobody knew but the clerks said they could have sold some of the ladies' hats for 1939 models with hardly a soul being able to'detect the difference. •--- ROCKWOOBS 'CHOCOLATE BARS large size, 2 fov Medium bars, 5 for 5c 5c MORRIS 5c, lOo to $1 STORE View of Lodz, Poland, taken by Nazis Germany's high army command announces that Germ&n' troops have occupied Lodz, the second largest qlty in Poland. Lodz, west of Warsaw, is ..an .}mpprtant textile center and Jias imported most :'pf,.its cotton from the United'states. .The city has a p.ppulation of 665,000. Scottville Locals Mr. and Mrs. J. Aleinik and daughter, Kiun, went to Detroit Wednesday evening to be:present | in Detroit until time to enter the at the special Jewish services of. the week. Miss Ruth will-remain .University . of Michigan at Ann .A rbor. Wednesday, Sept. 27, AUCTION SALE . • At 1 P. M. Location: 13 miles North, l|/ 2 miles West, 1|4 miles South of Scottville or % mile West and South of Frank Russell's Corners. The following will be sold: 2 Mares and G Cows. Also a complete line of Implements Including a 3'/ 2 H. P. I.H.C. Engine amd Buzz Rig. USUAL TERMS. FRANK CACHURA, Prop. FILBRUN & SAXTON, Auctioneers. SMITH & EDDY, Clerks. Scottville Churches i ST. JEROME'S CATHOLIC AND MISSIONS (Rev. Gordon Grant, rector) Victory: Mass—8 a. m Scottville: Mass—10 a. m. FREE METHODIST (Rev. Ray Calkins, minister) Sunday school—10 a m Morning worship—n a ' m Evening .service—7-30 p m Prayer service—Thursday at 8 South Custer: i Sunday school—2 p. m. | Preaching service—3 p. rn i ^•yr-fEfV'fetV- Wednesday at WCTU TO MEET the east side of the first block north, the walks and curb are now being torn up and the street graded. It is expected, that this block will be completed by the last of next week and that all will be in lent at this time, when the'of- readiness for the Harvest festi- fleers will be elected for the The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Alice Jenks in Eden township. All members and every one interested are asked to be pres- val, Sept. 28 and 29. Walki in the block north ot the main corners, are being narowed by two feet, making the .street that much wider. The ( north .side of State street, in the first block east of the corner, is also to be narrowed up, making the corner practically four feet wider at that point. Aside from other short stretches of walk, this will complete the plans for this fall and further improvements will be postponed until next spring. The city has been an unusually busy one ihe entire summer with so much .street and sidewalk work and with the large amount of building going on. Rev. Gordon Grant Pays Tribute to Mrs. Joseph Ruba The Sacred Heart Catholic church at Victory was filled to over-flowing Wednesday morning at the 10 o'clock funeral services for Mrs. Joseph Ruba. The large concourse of people, the wealth of lovely flowers and the many Mass indications, gave very splendid evidence of the high esteem in - which she was held and the sorrow felt in the entire community at her untimely passing. On Tuesday evening the Altar societies of the churches at Victory, Rlverton 'and Scottville, went to the Ruba home and said The Rosary, a good representation from each society attending. In his sermon, Rev. G. Grant spoke of the beautiful smile that shone on her face, contrasting it with the weary look before her death and comforting her family 'with: the thought that her. smile indicated that perfect rest which she had come into,, that she had met her judgment and had been awarded her ! crown. He spoke of those high qualities of womanhood wljich possessed, her work as mother, giving her best to her children; and making the home the center of all their life and their IdVe. The fine family of strong, healthy children spoke of her - thoughtful efforts for them. He spoke of her work in the Altar society, which had made sucft: •progress v and growth .; her^Jeadershlp,„ thf blow her death mad,« to this group and her pfforts in t-he com- animity, where she will be so . '. . « • \ » i it 'fli coming year. GRACE EVANGELICAL ! (Rev. E. F. Rhoades, minister) I Sunday school—10 a m ! Morning worship—n a 'm Young People's service—7-15 p. m. Evening service—8 p. m Prayer service—Wednesday at 8 p. m. METHODIST (Rev. R. R. King, minister) Sunday school—10 a m. Morning worship—11 a. m. Attention Stock Growers! ( NEXT AUCTION SALE WILL BE HELD Tuesday, Sept. 19th Bring in your cattle, you always get the top market prices. Sale Starts at 1 P. M. 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