The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 18, 1939 · Page 3
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 3

Ludington, Michigan
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Monday, September 18, 1939
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MONDAY, SEPT. 18,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE NEWS BRIEFS The nicest, courtesy that you can show our guests Is to have their visits men- loued on this page. The nicest courtesy ou can show your friends Is to let tnem Mm of your visits through, this page, •lease caU the society editor, telephone 00. Sorority—Ludington Beta Psi of Beta Sigma Phi will meet this evening at 7 o'clock at Hotel Stearns. To Meet—St. Simon's Altar society will meet on Tuesday niter- noon at 2:15 o'clock in James Golden hall Treatment—Clifford Jenkins of Epworth Heights was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital Hmday for medical treatment. Operation— John McCumber f Scottville, Route 2, underwent tonsilectomy at Paulina teams hospital ui:s morning. Surgery—Mrs. 'Emily Shinsky f 409 Fourth street underwent lajor surgery at Paulina Learns hospital Saturday. Announce Birth—Mr. and Mrs. "red Peterson, 310'- South ames street, announce the birth •f n daughter at Paulina Stearns ,OKpiUU on Sunday. Commission Meeting Tonight— .Aldington city commission will lold its regular Monday meeting vt the city hall at 7:3U . oclocrv 1 -onight. Circle Meeting — The Phila- heun circle of the Commun- ly church will meet Wednes- lay evening at 7:30 o'clock at he home of Miss Rosella Kraft, jjf* North Rath avenue. 'Visiting----Miss Anna Landt of St. Clair and Mr.s. Clarence Kerbaugh of Olympia. Wash., are visiting at the home of their mother, Mrs. Antonio Landt, 12!) Second street, \Veck-Eml~-Miss Lillian Raut//., -who is a student at Davenport-^ . McLaughlin institute at Grand! 'Kupicis, spent t lie week-end at j •«•!• home at 810 East LoomLs ireel. Sunday Visitor — F. Ralph amuelson of Grand Rapids >ent Sunday at the Home of is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred imuelson, 802 West Loomis reel. Returned Home-Mrs. L. C.! IcDaniel and son, Robert, re-! inu-d to their home at West; oint, Ga., after spending the j .unmer at the home of Mrs. i /Ii.'DanMTs mother. Mrs. Jaseph j A..S.S. 507 LoomLs street. j Spent Week-end Mr. and i -Irs. Otto K. Scheffler of 'Ann! irbor .spent the week-end visit-j ing with Mr.s. Schelfler's mother, > Mr---. Daisy Webster, and with Mr. j and Mrs". Melard Warren in! .Summit. j To I'niversity -Donald Ilill- mun. son of Mr. and Mr.s. George C. Hillman, 717 North Rnwe street, left Sunday for \nn Arbor where he will enter Joseph Edward Taylor, former resident of Ludington, died Saturday at the State hospital in Traverse City after a lingering illness. Mr. Taylor was born on Oct. 14, 1874, in Canada and moved to Ludington with his family when he was 10 years of age. He lived in Ludington until seven years ago, when he moved to Manistee to make his home with his son, Irving. During his life in Ludington, he was affiliated with St. Simon's Catholic church. Married on Sept. 22, 1898, to Bertha Behling Taylor, who preceded him in death seven years ago, Mr. Taylor is survived by two sons, Floyd Taylor of Milwaukee and Irving of Manistee; a daughter, Mrs. Mai- beta Karsten of Ludington; three sisters, Mrs. Mildred Ekstrand of Tacoma, Wash.; Mrs. Adeline DeBoo of Long Island, N. Y., and Mrs. Mary LaFay of Pontiac; two brothers, William and James, both of Ludington; a stepbrother, Fred Taylor, also of Ludington, and two granddaughters. The body will repose at Morrison chapel until the time of the services, Tuesday at 9 a. m. at St. Simon's church. Interment will be made at Fere Marquette cemetery. David Laidlaw Injured in Fall David W. Laidlaw, well- known Ludington resident, was i admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital late Saturday night I for injuries sustained when he apparently fell down the back stairs of his home at 209 East Filer street. | When found, Mr. Laidlaw was , unconscious. Other details of ! the accident or the seriousness of his injuries could not be learned. SCOTTVILLE News From Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent* (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Home, 126-F-14.) the birthday cake and Mrs. Long the ice cream. Later in the afternoon Miss Dora Jane Long, Don McFarland and Taylor Oilmore joined them for lunch. SCOTTVILLE PT-ft TO MEET Informal Reception to Be Held for Teachers of the Word was received today by' School Richard Ferguson and by Mrs n fc Paren t-Teacher as- Joseph Roussin of Ludmgton of socialion mee ting of the year the death of their mothci, MKS. n b h ld Jn the school audi . Thelana Ferguson, former resi- t t Thursday evening and dent of Ludington, who passed, m b j the form of an j n away Sunday_ evening at her . . t) home in Lake Station. Mrs. Ferguson is siAvived by formal reception for the teachers. Parents are urged to attend and parents of students Ferguson of Lake "Station and Mrs. Mabel Erickson of Pontiac. Also surviving are two brothers, Edward McCoy of Ludington and Henry McCoy of Milwaukee. Services will be held on Wednesday at 2 p. m. at Lake Station. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferguson and family, Mrs. Roussin and Mr. McCoy will attend the services. Riley G. Kibbey of Sandusky, O., former resident of Ludington, passed away Saturday at his' home in following an illness of two months' duration. Born on April 'z6, 1861, Mr. Kibbey had lived in Ludington for many years and had been employed on the Pere Marquette Railway carferry lines. He had been employed recently on the lower-lake freighter lines. Surviving are three daughters, Mr.s. Lydia Spann of Sandusky, O.. Mr.s. Minnie Larsen of Mus- keqon and Mr.s. Pnscilla Touth of Port Huron; three sons, Henry Kibby of Kalamaxoo. George of Cleveland and Neil of Port Huron: a sister. Mr.s. Nellie Marble of Tacoma. Wash.; a brother, Lincoln Kibbey of Stockton, Calif., and five grandchildren. Funeral .services will be held esciav at 2 n. m. at i»* *. u, * ^ * o «— ~»* -— «»-.-- v bt-llU U11U. LI el I CI * bo v l o u L* VA u. *. i K«J five children, Richard Ferguson coming in from the rural dis- and Mrs. Roussin of Ludington, tricts are especially invited to Mrs. Mottle Colpsky_and Garnet j come and meet the new teachers and also to take part in the meetings. The first meeting of the year will be sponsored by the officers of the organization. The following officers will have charge of the work of the association for the coming year: Mrs. Orve Pittard, president; Mrs. Rudolph Wicklund, vice president; Mrs. David Falconer, secretary; Mrs. Ward Pratt, treasurer. Chairmen of the various divisions are: Program, Mrs. Harry Barnett; membership, Mrs. Orin Cutler and Harry Barnett; hospitality, Mrs. Robert Pinkerton; financial, Mrs. Ernest Lee; social, Mrs. Matt Urka; health, Mrs. Ralph Reeds; room- mother representative, Mrs. Arnold Carlson; publicity, Mrs. J. T O'Hearn and Mrs. Jack MacArthur and Founder's day, Mrs. Hiram Martin. BUYER'S INDEX Local Officials Attend Meeting Peter Madison, Mason county poor superintendent; William Hasenbank, chairman <>f the Mason county board of supervisors; John Baggott, county ERA administrator. and C. Leonard Pell, Ludington commissioner, returned Friday night from a meeting ol the state welfare commission at Kalamazoo. Purpose of the meeting was in regard to the new welfare set-up. Distribution of money and other details of that nature were discussed. Twelve counties were represented. Probate Judge Owen J. Gavigan accompanied the men to Kalamazoo. Announce Birth •-- Mr. and i.Mrs. Bryce Kirkpatrick of 808 East Danaher street announce • the birth of a son, James Bryce, Jon S«-pt. 17, at home. The baby [weighed seven and one-quarter ; pounds at birth. ; Week-Knd—Miss Ilannn Ras- ;miissen. R. N., .superintendent of Shelby hospital, returned to •her duties after spending the : week-end in visiting at the 'home of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. jRasmussen, 506 North James Lslreet. j \ Week-Kml -- Mr. and Mrs. ] Jack Eliasohn returned to their j :home at Lansing Sunday eve- ! 'ning after spending the week-' '.-Mid at the home of Mr. Elia- •ihn's parents, Mr. and Mr.s. ouis Eliasohn, 109 East Melen- V street. Return—Miss Mary Reek re- Burned Sunday to Ann Arbor s to take up her classes in her 'Senior year at the University iof Michigan, after spending < the summer at the home of her : mother, Mr.s. Daisy Reek, 109 • : South Washington avenue. Wcek-Knd Visitor—Carl Hammond of Chicago, former Lud} in -.'.ton resident, was a week-end 'i visitor here, being the house- Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Matthews, 713 East Ludington avenue. He returned to Chi- cugo Sunday. i To Grand Rapids—Mr. and •Irs. G. Perry Dowling return- d to their' home at Grand apids Sunday evening after • lending the week-end in vis- ing at the homes of Mr. and *ys Earl A. Miller, 301 East Uer street, and Dr. and Mrs. • . E. Rnsmussen, 506 North .ames street. Band Practice — All American Legion band members and prospective band members are .eview cemetery. ren.ue.sled to bring their instruments to a preliminary practice at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the band hall. Any person who has played a band instrument formerly i.s invited to join the band. Returned— Kner a month's visit in .southern Michigan, Mr.s. Emma Kinney returned to Lud- iiuUon to spend the winter- months at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mr.s. Welland Kinney, Ludington. Route 1. Mr.s. Kinney wa.s accompanied upon her return by Mr. and Mr.s. Glen Drown of Slockbrldge, who will .spend i few days at the W. Kinney home To 'llillsdale— Mrs. William Lyon of llillsdale returned to her home this morning after three-week visit with friends and relatives in Ludington and vicinity. Whle here, Mrs. Lyon visited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lyon, 408 First street; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lagesen, 605 South Washington avenue; Mrs. Alice Hitchcock of Summit, Peter Anderson at Lincoln River and Adam Slamkowski at Scottville. Wedding — Mr. and Mrs. Jo- scph Sahlmark and daughter, Miss Vera Sahlmark, of 707 East Ludington avenue, left this morning for Cadillac, where they will attend the wedding of their niece and cousin, Miss Dorothea Torbeson, of that city. Miss Tor- beson's marriage to Robert Hawkins of New York City will be solemnized today. The Sahl- marks will return to their home this evening. Mrs. W. J. Hall of 609 North Rath avenue will also attend the wedding. Heads G-rad School of Marquette Univ. Rev. Raphael N. Hamilton, S. J.. member of the English department at Marquette university. Milwaukee, Wi.s., and chairman of the university's committee to erect a permanent memorial to Fr. Marquette at Ludington. has recently been made head of the university's graduate school Fr. Hamilton, prior to his new assignment, was dean of men atj the university. He has been aj frequent visitor to Ludington in recent years in connection with plans for the local memorial. Zerah G. Ashcraft, G6, passed passed away Sunday afternoon following an Illness of six months. Mr. A.shcraft had been in ill health for about three years and in May became quite ill and at that time was taken cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home Amber Missionary SocietyWill Meet The Amber Missionary society meeting to be held Thursday afternoon, Sept. 21, promises several interesting talks. Mrs. W. G. Alway, who has just returned from a trip to the east and to New York World's fair, will tell some of the interesting things she saw. Mrs. G. V. Felt will tell of places one should visit in the west and Mrs. M. W. Chinnery will also tell of several places of interest. Music is also planned. Mrs. Elmer Peterson will have charge of the devotional hour and the Mesdames Louis Grassa, Frank Barclay and M. W. Chinnery are in charge of the program. The Mesdames Nels, Roy and George Chilberg have charge of refreshments. 0. E. S. MEETING TUESDAY Scottville Chapter Order of Eastern Star will hold a meeting- Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Eastern Star hall. All members are urged to attend. O.E.S.—11 PLAN TOWNSiEND RALLY A Townsend rally will be held at the regular meeting place in Scottville on Tuesday evening, Sept. 19. Singing, with harp accompaniment, speeches and other entertainment will be enjoyed and the public is cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Anna French Entertains Group Mrs. Anna French entertained her brothers and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Johnson, all of Middleville, last week. On Thursday Mrs. French celebrated a birthday anniversary, with Mesdames Taylor Gilmore, Don McFarland, Verna Prine and Chesley McFarland as ^MfStiXX*^ r-v READ f THE ADS* Your Progressive Merchants Show You Where to Shop and How You Can Save Money. LOOK THE ADS OVER . . . YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Awto Repair Bills LUDINGTvON AtJTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis Street Construction Firm Moves Equipment The Love Construction Co. tug with the company derrick in tow left for Muskegon Saturday. The equipment of the Love Construction Co. has been here all summer laying a new intake pipe at the Ludington waterworks. The Tug Cumberland of the U. S. Engineering department visited in port over the week-end and departed this morning. Shark liver oil has become a valuable sea -product, owing to its richness in Vitamin A. the home of his sister, Mrs Antoine LaPointc, where he wa: cared for by her until Mrs. LaPointe's accident, which occurred about four weeks ago, at which time it was then necessary to take him to the Mason County farm where he was cared for and passed away. Mr. Ashcraft 'was born in Elkhart, Mich., on Nov 1, 1873. in 190(5 he came with his parents, Mr and Mrs. George Ashcraft, to Amber township, making their home at Amber Station. He had never married and remained and 'cared for his parents until their death. In 1920 he moved from Amber to Scottville where he built a small home on Crowley street and where he had lived for the past 19 years until May of this year. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Antoine LaPointc of Scottville I and Mrs. Alta Garvey of -Pentwater. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Stephens funeral home in Scottville and burial will be made at Brookside guests. The afternoon was spent in visiting and at the close a luncheon was served with Mrs. McFarland bringing HAVE YOUR * Gas Tank Filled * Oil Changed * Car Lubricated * Battery Charged * Tires Repaired * Car Washed * Accessories HERE Right and Reasonable SUBURBAN SERVICE STATION Ludington AVe. and Lewis St.—Phone 570-W. and • >>; Sq-' PYROFAX Trade-Mark GAS SERVICE Cooks—Heats Water—Makes Ice in Homes Beyond the Gas Mains CHARLES PETERSON West Filer St., Ludington Phone 680 SCOTTVILLE Ch0 ° T o e ne°C^ors\ ^~ ^ ^*v» p •«_ rtT YXC" • • . .."" __ «r% 1 1 R U *• _ ...«_.! ... S! * e y u0 ur u n° or . 8 ST^&Vl M ea » ttt90 IW« and WJ u ^ven •f rottt * i _,,.iW W8".*. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Program RANDOLPH SCOn-NANCY KELLY - -Added— Cartoon and News EVENINGS 6:45-9:30 Admission 25c-10o TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY <f yERNON and, IRENE _ I It's Going To Be Cold-— Soon There is no lime like the present to fill your coal bin and there are no coals like SILVER BELL OR POCAHONTAS coals to give you low cost heat. , L; E. Vorce & San What car for next ".'""" * < \ year has its front ' ,-"<-...' ; * * 1 » wheels mounted so thai tley "give" when ,, - ^ i , <i ^ , ; ^ -if , ••' , they hit a bump like a cat||pf sjnitt when he fails a fast one? —Added— Comedy-News and Romance Shows 7:00-9.15. Admission 25c-10c 3*^ SEE YOUR NEAREST BUICK DEALER AUCTION SALE Thursday, Sept. 21st. at 1:00 o'clock Location: At my farm, 3'/ 2 miles North and 2'/ 2 miles West of Scottville, or 5 miles East and 3 '/* miles North and !/ 2 mile East of Ludington. LIVESTOCK Roan Mare, 7 years with colt, 3 months, wt. 1800 Ibs. Blue Roan Horse, 6 years, wt. 1800 Ibs. Guernsey Cow, 5 years, was fresh August 20. 4 Guernsey Cows, 4 years, will be fresh by Dec. 25. Black Jersey Cow, 8 years, was fresh Aug. 17. Roan Cow, 6 years, will be fresh Dec. 20. Brindle Cow, 5 years, will be fresh in January. Holstein Cow, 5 years, will be fresh in January. Guernsey Heifer, iVz years—bred. 3 Guernsey Heifers, 10 months. 2 Guernsey Bulls, 11 months. Terms: Sums of $10.00 and under, cash. Over that amount up to 6 months' time on notes approved by clerk of sale. If you expect to give a note please arrange with clerk before bidding. No property to be removed until settled for on day of sale. L. MATTIX, Auctioneer. SMITH & EDDY, Clerks. MIKE BUNDZA, Prop. T/Uc&t<rfaT&^^ VELVET SOFA BED • Cogswell Style! • Bedding Space! • $45 Quality! $5 A MONTH Down Payment, Carrying Charge Wards low September Sale price is real economy news! This easy-opening sofa bed usually sells elsewhere for $10 more! You get Cogswell styling—comfortable arms, graceful carved wood knuckles! Soft pillow back! Deep bedding space! vHandsome rayon cotton velvet cover! Sofa and Matching Chair;.; r..-..;.". r.... .$54.88 ^'-W 1 -, 5> Vacuum and* Hand C/eanef Combination Offer Both for less than you'd expect to pay for, the big one alone I Big cleaner hair beating, sweeping, suction action I Adjustable noiule! VTA MONTH, Dow Paymtnt, CHtylnt Clwrp MONTGOMERY WARD i Catalog Order Service tavei you Die Wardi Monthly Poyment /Inn ey pn tho»»ijind» cmy 103-109 E. Ludington Ave, Telephony 15fe\- t*, k */ ( ^

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