The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 22, 1939 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, SEPT 22,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. PAGE THREES NEWS BRIEFS The nicest cuuncsy that you can show your guests is to have their visits mentioned on this page. Th« nicest courtesy you can show your friends Is to let them learn of your visits through this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. Radio Club—Ludington Radio club will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Room 24 at Ludington high school. ' Grange Meeting— The Fere Marquette Grange will convene for its regular meeting on Monday evening, Sept. 25, at Pere Marquette townhall. Major Surgery—Miss Evelyn Rasmussen of Fountain underwent major surgery this morning at Paulina Stearns hospital. Admitted for Treatment— Mrs. Jesse Houk, Route 3, Ludington, was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital this morning for medical treatment. Returned Home— Mrs. E. T. McLean of Decatur, 111., returned to her home this morning after visiting for some time at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, 202 North Gaylord avenue. PT-A to Meet —The Parent- Teachers' association of Marchido .school will hold its first meeting o[ the year this evening at 8 o'clock at the school. Election of officers will be held and plans will be made for the coming year. A potluck luncheon will be served at the close of the meeting. League Party —The Epworth League of First Methodist jjfhurch will hold a party this (.•veiling at 8 o'clock at Gray hall. All members are asked to be present to greet new members. Son Born —An eight-pound son was born Thursday at Pau- Jina Stearns hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bourisseau, 302 North Robert street. AAUW Meeting —Mrs. Vance F. Callighan of Buttersville left today for Iron wood to attend the Upper Peninsula annual meeting of the American Association of University Women. Mrs. Callighan, who is first vice president and membership chairman of the Michigan State division, was accompanied by Mrs. Emil E. Storkan of Battle Creek, state president, and Mrs. A. J. Piifahl of Kalamazoo, state treasurer. They will appear on the program of a combined meeting of all Upper Peninsula branches on Saturday and will return "to Ludington on Monday. AT THE CHURCHES BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST—The services this Sunday at Washington Avenue Baptist church will bring to a close the series of special evangelistic services which have been held during the past two weeks. Miss Irene Murray and Miss Alma Reiber, who are the assisting workers in these meetings, will be in charge of the service of worship at 10:45 a. m. and also the evening Gospel service at 7:30 o'clock. They will also have a part in the Sunday school and Young People's meetings at 9:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. respectively. A cordial invitation is extended to all who are interested to attend these services. v Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Moore of Battle Creek, who are touring Michigan with a house trailer,! wore guests at the E. P. Reene home last week. Saturday Mr. | and Mrs. Reene were enter-1 tained in the house trailer of the Moores. *f Mr, jmtf Mr.g,.. Rfllph —Ea«d* COMMUNITY COMMUNITY—Morning worship will be hedl at 10:45 o'clock Sunday morning at the Community church and Rev. Paul H. Clark will preach the sermon on the subject, "Patience Personified.' 1 The service of music includes the solo "God So Loved the World" by MacDer- \ mid, sung by Mrs. R. L. Vorce, and the organ .selections, "Processional March" by Clark, "Offertory" and "Marche Solnelle" by Rockwell, played by Miss Mary Elizabeth Vorce. The church school will meet at 9:30 a. m. and a Young People's society meeting with Miss Marcia Ely leading the worship, will be held at 6 p. m. At this meeting Mrs. Joseph Buck will talk on the topic "Ancient Art." EVANGELICAL EVANGELICAL FREE— Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor of Evangelical Free church, will tpeak on the topic "When Two Men Conquered a Host" at the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service on Sunday, Sept. 24. Special music by the violin ensemble will accompany this service. At the evening service, to be held at 7:30 o'clock, Rev. Nicholson will preach the sermon "They Supposed Him to Be Along." There will be a service of singing at this time. The Sunday school will meet at the usual hour of 9:30 a. m. and will be preceded by a prayer meeting for all teachers and officers of the church. A Young People's meeting, led by Mrs. Nicholson, will be held at 6:45 p. m. The public is cordially invited to attend any of these services. METHODIST BETHANY METHODIST— At the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service to be held at Bethany Methodist church this Sunday, the special speaker will be Albert VanKampen, vice president of the well-known Gideon society, who will preach on the subject, "God's Promise." At 3 o'clock in; the afternoon, Mr. VanKampen' 'will speak at the Bible rally and will at that time dedicate 65 Bibles for donation to the schools in the county. At the evening service, Mr. VanKampen's subject will be "God's Word." Sidney Tempa, member of the Gideon society, will address the Sunday school at their regular service time on the topic "A Gideon Bible. . SCIENTISTS FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST—"Reality" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Christian Science churches throughout the world on Sunday, Sept. 24. The Golden Text (Isaiah 64:4) is: "Since the beginning of the world men have not heard, nor perceived by the ear, neither hath the eye seen, O God, beside Thee, what he hath prepared for him that waiteth for him." , Among the Bible citations is this passage (Eocl. 4:14): "I know that, whatsoever God do- eth, it shall be forever: nothing can be put into it, nor anything taken from it: and God doeth it, that men should fear before him." Correlative passages to be read from the Christian Science textfoook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following (p. 331): "The Scriptures imply that God is all-in- all. From this it follows that nothing possesses reality nor existence except the divine Mind and His ideas." Buick for 1940 Makes Formal Appearance Today FLINT, Sept. 22.—Six new series of "automobiles for 1940, on wheelbases ranging from 21 to 140 inches and affording extended market coverage from just above the lowest price field, are announcced today by the Buick division of General Motors corporation. With production going ward at an accelerated pace and stocks of cars already in the hands of dealers, public introduction of the new models is taking place on a nationwide basis through special displays in the showrooms of more than 2,800 dealers and distributors. Featuring the buick line for 1940. are two completely new series of cars of ultra modern styling and new standards of quality and performance in the lower and medium price fields. They are the series 50 super and the series 70 roadmaster, constructed on entirely new chassis of 121 and 126-inch wheelbase, respectively. Completing the Buick group for next year are the popular j series 40 special, on a 121-inch j wheelbase; the series 60 cen-i tury, on a 126-inch wheelbase,' accompanied by Max Mallison, loft Sunday for Flint where they will spend a few days at the Clay Shoup home where they will make the acquaintance of the little son born recently to the Shoups. They will also visit in Grand Rapids and Lansing before returning home. LUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN— "Christ, the Conqueror of Death" will be tho topic of the sermon at St. John's Lutheran church on Strnday morning at the regular English service. There will be a German service at 9:30 a. m., to be followed by the English service at 11 a. m. The Sunday school will meet at 10 a. m. In the church hall. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. UNDENOMINATIONAL UNDENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIAN— At the regular services this Sunday at Undenominational Christian church, Rev. William H. Rittenburg will close his work in Ludington. At the 11 o'clock morning worship service, the sermon topic will be "The Whole Bible for the Whole World." The topic at the evening service, to be held at the usual time, will be "A Message of Farewell." The Sunday school, with classes for all ages, will meet at 10 a. m. After this Sunday, the major- and the series 80 and 90 limiteds, | the goal of on 133-inch and 140-inch wheel- 1940 Buick ions, engine turned instrument panels, sealed beam safety headlights, entirely new frames, new engine mountings, new carbu- retion, addition of oil filters on all engines, better direct steering linkage, improved handi- shift gear control, marked improvement in shock absorber for- equipment, new safety free reeling inside rear door handles, windshield wiper boosters, an improved system of tire changing, and a host of other refinements marking them as complete and luxuriously equipped automobiles. For 1940, all Buick engines are balanced after assembly by an exclusive electrical process to within a fraction of an inch- ounce, claimed to be the finest engine balance tolerance in the industry. As a result, the engines, which in addition are cradled in rubber mountings having a 60 percent increase in cushioning capacity, deliver their power virtually without trace of vibration. Increased Performance With the increased performance of modern automobiles, better driving lights have been type, go further towards attaining that goal than any yet introduced as production equipment. The headlights have been increased in capacity by 45 percent in the country driving beam, and since the bulb, lens and reflector are combined in a single replacement unit, maintain maximum efficient brilliancy throughout the life of the car. The under-seat heater provided both as standard and optional equipment on various Buick models, is considered the i most important heater development for 1940. Rear as well as the front compartments can be heated to the exact degree desired and there is less tendency to drowsiness being induced by hot air expelled in the face of passengers. A dash mounted de- "engineers, and the sealed beam head- froster is used to defrost, de-ice and de-humidify the windshield, while a fresh air intake and circulating system is included in the system. Although England never has known a kidnaping for ransom, insurance is taken out against it. PROTECT YOURSELF BABY'S COLD USED BY 3 OUT OF a MOTHERS Easy to relieve .misery direct— without "dosing". Bub throat, chest, and back with . . . WICKS W VAPORUB AGAINST HOLD-UPS BY PURCHASING YOUR FOOD NEEDS AT LUND'S ity of the members of the group 5 tne cars which made up iti bases, respectively. Distinctive Hood Throughout the model range the 1940 Buicks have been stepped up to new highs of style, quality and performance. Bold and artistic treatment in front end styling has provided a dis- j tinctive Buick hood representing pronounced change and improvement over previous years. Underneath the attractive exteriors are chassis held to be the sturdiest ever produced by this manufacturer, and, at the same time, the most advanced. The series 40 and 50 cars, are powered by valve-in-head straight eight engines of 248 cu. in. displacement developing 107 horsepower at 3400 r'p.m. I Engines of identical design, but with 320.2 cu. in. displacement and developing 141 horsepower' at 3600 r.p.m., are used in the series 60, 70, 80 and 90 cars. Outstanding structural and design features, including such important items as improved torque tube drive; independent front wheel suspension, buicoil rear spring suspension, ride i stabilization fore and aft, more ] powerful hydraulic brakes, and I improved lighting and electrical' equipment, are incorporated in j In addition, more than lamps, of the "optical package" acnd for a FREE SAM PLE COPY Wall Street Journal for Complete Markets and all BUSINESS—FINANCIAL- INDUSTRIAL News The Newspaper of Successful Business Men and Investors 14 BROAD ST., N^W YORK, N. Y. Put the Pieces Together Yourself and Create Your Own Fall Sports Ensemble . . . Ul bllC lilClUUClO Ul Hit fei-VJUJ-/ ( __ , ' . ich made up the Undenomi- ^nevr features representing de- national Christian church will enter the Salvation Army parish, it was announced by Rev. Rittenburg. 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Ib. bag CANNED MILK, Libby's small «J 79C HILL'S BROS. COFFEE Ib. KRAFT'S MALTED MILK, 2 Ib. can HEINZ A SOUPS, & cans KRAFT A Ib. CHEESE Al box BANANAS, /| Ibs. for am** "^ o 27c£ 49c 25c 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. HEAD LETTUCE, POTATOES, bushel, 75c _23e peck"l"V/ Lund's Grocery 310 S. Washington Ave. Phone 111 ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bills LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomls Street PYROFAX Trade-Mark GAS SERVICE Cooks—Heats. Water—Makes Ice in. Homes Beyond the Gas Mains CHARLES PETERSON West Filer St., Ludington Phone 680 • 103-109 E. Ludington Ave. Telephone 158 DURING OUR Anniversary Celebration! Get tbjs beautiful, full-size (9%" wide, 7" high) Sessions self-starting Electric Radio Clock FREE with the purchase of this- Anniversary Special Philco. 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