SATURDAY, SEPT. 23,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. PACETHRE& NEWS BRIEFS The nicest, courtesy 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 108. ' _____ Surgery—Mrs Frank Vevmur- en of Custer, Rojute 2, underwent major surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. Tonsilectpmy — Mrs. Lucille Lake, 833; East Melendy street, underwent removal of her tonsils at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. Treatment — Stanley Swiat- kowskl, 505 Second street, was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital this morning for medical treatment. Return From Charlotte— Sheriff and Mrs. George Colyer returned from Charlotte where Mr. Colyer attended a sheriffs' meeting Thursday and Friday. To Meet —The surgical dressing unit of Paulina Stearns hospital will meet Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the nurses' home. Admitted —Mrs. Anna Nettnin of 605 Second street, was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital this morning for medical treatment. Slar Club—The Star Extension club of Victory will meet on Tuesday morning, Sppt. 26, at 10 o'clock at the home of Mr.s. Raymond Heyse. Returned —Mr.s. W. H. Pleiss Returned Thursday evening to her home at 410 East Court street after .spending a week in Chicago, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor. To Kalamazoo —Miss Maryanne Radtke, 720 Brother street, left Thursday for Kalama/oo. whore she will enter Western State Teachers' college this semester. From Detroit— Mr. and Mrs. William Dues of 610 Ea.st Dowland street returned to their home Wednesday after visiting lor 10 days at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Peter Dues. To Olivet—Miss Betty Buck, 210 North Lewis street, who will enter Olivet college this fall j term, motored to Olivet Friday! with her mother. Mr.s. Joseph Buck, and Rev. Paul H. Clark, 109 North Harrison street. Enters College —Mr. and Mr.s. George E. Dorrell and daughter, j Miss Betty Dorrell, motored to \ Ypsilanti this morning, where Miss Dorrell will take up the studios of her Freshman year at Michigan State Teachers' college. Farm Bureau — The Riverton Community Farm bureau will meet Monday evening, Sept. 25, at the home of Mr. and Mr.s. Chris Gifford. All members are urged to be present as election fof officers will.i». held... , , ... . Supper —The annual Harvest supper of the Community church will 'be held on Tuesday, Oct. 31, it was announced today. Persons interested in attending are aaked to make note of the date. Trip—Mr. and Mrs. Gaine.s B. Wright of 211 Ea.st Melendy street and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hendrlckson left thus morning on a nine-day trip to the American Legion convention at Chicago and thru to Fort Benning. Ga., where they will visit friends and relatives. Return Home — Miss Jean Durham is expected .to return to her home at 711 East_Ludington avenue on Sunday" evening, after having spent the past week in visiting her father, J. A. Durham, at his home in Chicago. To Return— H. H. Hawley, superintendent of Ludington public schools, is expected to return to his home at 511 North James .street this morning after .spending two days in attending the state convention of superintendents of public schools, in progress at Traver.se City. Extension —The Fairview Extension club will meet on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 27, at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Henry Agens. The first lesson of the club's active season this year will 'be on "Color, the Master Key to Beauty." Any new member who wishes to join the club is invited to attend the meeting. '' '•'" To Olivet —Accompanying Rev. p Paul H. Clark, Mrs. Joseph Buck and Miss Betty Buck, who motored to Olivet Friday, were Miss Mary Parrott and Irving Parrott, who spent the summer at their home at 206 East Court street. Miss Parrott is a Senior at Olivet college this fall, while Mr. Parrott will take up the studies of his Freshman year. Announce Birth —Word was received Friday evening by Mrs. and Mrs. C. J. Kiarulff. 206 North Park street, of the birth of a daughter to their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swanson, of Muskegon. The baby Was born Friday at Mercy hospital, Muskegon, and has been named Lynn Alys. Mrs. Swanson is the former Miss Helen Kjarulff of Ludington. Returned Home <•«- Miss Alice Nelson returned '.-Friday to her home'at 812 'South Madison street after a two-week vacation trip to the Eastern United States. Miss Nelson "accompanied her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr<s. Ivan Hamilton, and children, Jean and Richard, on a tour of Niagara Palls, Montreal, Atlantic City, N. J., Ocean City, N. J., and Washington, D. C. While in the East, the party visited the New York World's fair. THELL ARE HELD THY Funeral services were held at 9 o'clock this morning at Si. Simon's Catholic church for Marie Lucille . Trudell, who passed away on Thursday. The service, conducted by Rev. Thomas Albln, was preceded by a prayer service at Morrison chapel. Many beautiful floral pieces and a number of Mass cards gave token of the esteem of sorrowing friends and relatives. Pallbearers were Gene Tominski, Arland Gifford, Charles Jensen, Clarence McDonald, Richard Chvala and Joseph Lavich. Interment was made at Perc Marquette cemetery. Out-of-town persons present at the service were Mrs. Harry Hayes of Grand Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peters of Saginaw and Dr. R. C. MacKenzle of Ypsilanti. RIIESIEILD Burial rites for Hugh Hannah, lifetime resident of Mason county who died on Monday, were held on Friday at 2 p. m. at his home on Scottville, Route 2. Words of comfort were spoken by Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger ana a service of music was sung by Louis Hawley. Pallbearers were the six brothers of Mr. Hannah, Frank Hannah of Ludington, John and William of Whltecloud,' Robert of Amber, Joseph of Sugar Grove and Harry of Flint. Interment was made at Center Riverton cemetery. E IS HELD DOLL 4 at lot- Marjorie Dec Doll, infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Doll, who died shortly alter birth Thursday. A private prayer service was read by Rev. Erllng Edwardsen at the chapel. Interment was made at Lakeview cemetery. Shbf St ore Churches Reiber - Murray hfevangelistic meetings. Monthly Frank L,. BirKe, proprietor of the newly opened Blrke's Shoe store at 117 South James street, Ludington. A native of Hart, Mr. Birke has been in the shoe business since 1915, being now in business in Hart as well as Ludington. The local store, which opened this morning, is in charge of Jay Vegter, formerly of Muskegon. Townsendites Hear Convention Plans The regular meeting of Lud- j ington Townsend club No. 1 ' was held Thursday evening at the Mason county courthouse. Several important business matters were taken up at this time and voted upon. Among these matters was the election of P. Martin, Mrs. Ellen Egbert, Mrs. Frank Alexander, Mrs. John Lawcock, Mrs. Catherine Ogren, Harry Bevans and Arthur Krebs as new members of the advisory board, according to the rules of the club. Members formerly elected to the board included Mr. Kelly, Mrs. Carl Erickson, Mrs. Julius UNDENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Corner North Rowe and Court streets) Rev. Wm. H. Rittenburg, pastor Sunday school—10 a.'in. Morning worship service — 11 a. m. Sermon: "The Whole Bible for the Whole World." Evangelistic service — 7:30 p. m. Sermon: "A Farewell Message." ' ' ' '' Mid-week service — Thursday at 7:30 p. m. with the Salvation Army. Federation Bible study group —Friday at 7:30 <p. m. with Mrs. William Loveland. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE (305 East Filer street) Rev. Arvid E. Norton, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. Preaching service—11 a. m. Evening service—7:30 p. m Mid-week iprayer service — Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH (Court at Harrison streets) Rev. Knight W. Dunkerley, rector Holy Communion—8 a. ra. Morning iprayer and sermon— 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon- 5 p. m. in St. James' church, Pentwater. Holy Communion—10 a. m. meeting-^Monday at 8 p. m. Mid-week iprayer and Bible Friday, St. Michael Angels' day. and All- ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Melendy at Harrison street) Rev. William Opitz, pastor German service—9:80 a. m. Sunday school—10 a. m. English service—11 a. m. Sermon: "Christ, the Conqueror of Death." FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST (Filer at Delia Street) Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. m Rasmussen and Charles Parker. II was requested that members Topic'"ReaiiYy"' of the board should meet on Testimony meeting- Saturday at 4 p. m. at head- d ay at 8 p m quarters. - WCTUHasMeeting 'at Jenks Home The members of the club were reminded of the district conference to be held in this city on Sunday, Sept. 24, at the local Townsend headquarters. Officers and members of the advisory board are requested to nioet at 1:30 p. m. and regular members to meet at 3 p. m. It was announced by Glenn McCoy, president of Club No. 2, that the club will meet on Sept. 26, at -Wednes- Reading room at Delia street entrance to church edifice is open Wednesdays and Saturdays, excepting holidays, from to 5 p. m. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH (Corner Melendy and Emily streets) Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m Teachers and officers will kind- At the close of the meeting, the club gave a greeting to Mr. McElroy, who celebrated his birthday anniversary recently. The next meeting'of the club will be held on Thursday evening, "Sept. 28,'at 8 o'clock at headquarters. church 'business study service—Wednesday 7:45 p. m. at Choir p. m. rehearsal—Friday at 8 CHURCH OF CHRIST (James at Court streets) H. H. Hawley, minister Service—10:30 a. rn, Communion—11 a. m, Sermon—11:30 a. m. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH (The Church with the Open Door) (108 North Harrison street) Rev. Paul Haskell Clark, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10;45 a. m. Sermon: "Patience Personified." Young People's service—6 p. m. Miss Marcia Ely will lead the worship and Mrs. Joseph Buck will talk on "Ancient Art." Boy Scouts, Troop 3, and Sea- scout meeting—Monday at 7:30 p. m. Four Square club meeting- Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the parsonage. Mrs. Gebhardt's circle—Meeting, Wednesday at 2:30 :p. m. at the home of Mrs. Louis Fee. Badminton section of the Men's club—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the churchhouse. day at^the church.! | parlors at and daughter, April Belle ;?her M J _ . ' I-M* _ *1 f til X - _ ._._.!_ «„. «4-l«» AM » »__ TTt^.—. J H **o./"1 n «*wi 1 nlv « 7:45 ip. m. There'tyill be a meeting of the Sunday school board following this meeting. Epworth League supper and devotional service—Thursday at 6 p. m. Choir rehearsal — Friday at 7:30 p. m. EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Danaher at Lavlnia streets) Rev. J. A. Landin, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. English service—10 a. m. Swedish service—11:15 a. m. ST. STANISLAUS' CHURCH (511 Third street) Rev. Joseph Koss, pastor Low Mass—8 a. m. High Mass—10 a. m. ST. SIMON'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (Foster at Harrison streets) Rev. Dr. T. W. Albin, pastor Rev. F. H. Branigan, vicar Low Mass—6:30 a. m. and 8 a. m. Children's Mass—9:15 a. m. High Mass—10:30 a. m. Mrs. Lyle Reene Is Feted by Friends CUSTER.—Mrs. Lyle Reene was feted at a party given in mother, Mrs Fred McCormlck; aunts, Mrs. Orla Chatfield and Mrs. Clarence Chatfield, of near Fountain; Mrs. John McDonnell of Victory, Mrs. Guberg and Mrs. Stanley Kotecki, both of Ludington; Mrs. Otto Allison and Mrs. D. Montgomery, both of Scottville; Mrs. Edna Filbrun of South Custer, Mesdames Mable McKenzie, Clyde Rummer, Oscar Walters, W. J. Emerson, all of Custer, and the hosteses, Mesdames Dewey Reene, E. P. Reene and Ernest Johnson of Ludington. Mrs. Ivan Roberts, Mrs. H. Smedberg and Mrs. Chester Flora were not present, but sent gifts. Institute of International' her honor Wednesday afternoon Understanding at Gray llall un- , when Mrs. E. P. der the auspices of Ludington Rotary club—-Thursday at 8 p. m. The opening address will, be given by Dr. Allen D. Albert on "The Struggle for Ray Materials." ' ' '•'• ' Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7 p. m. FREE METHODIST CHURCH (318 North Robert street) Rev. J. L. Hazeldine, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. Preaching service—11 a. m. Evening service—7:30 p. m. Preaching service—8 p. in. Prayer meeting—Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Dewey Reene and Reene, Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Johnson entertained a group of friends at the home of Mrs. E. P. Reene in Custer. * The afternoon was spent in a social way and later the group •was seated at a long table in the dining room, which was centered with a beautiful bouquet of gladioli, from which a delicious luncheon was served. Mrs. Reene was presented with many pretty gifts. Those in attendance were the honor guest, Mrs. Lyle Reene FERN.—A spiritual uplift marked the mtn-ting of the Wo- j ea . s t O f DePeel's Corners men's Christian Temperance , Following the death of his wife, Union at the home of Mr:;. Alice I j lp ^ 0]>t Llie i lomo together by Jenk.s in Eden Monday evening, Sept. 18. The meeting opened with the group singing "America, the Beautiful." Mrs. C. M. Fisher was chairman presiding at, the business session which was preceded by a. Bible selection from John. 'Rev. Ray Calkins. guest speaker, gave the prayer and caring for the family. William Vansconis Sr., has received an invitation to the wedding of Ills granddaughter, Miss Eleanor Getchonis, to Russell John Eckberg which will take place Sunday, Sept. 24, at the First Congregational church at Grafton, Mass. A reception will follow a', the home of Dr. officers were elected for the en- anc i Mrs Frank piiskuni<ns of „..'.. ..,*,-... !•»<-. f *-»! 1 rvitf c? * T3i**ic_ XT,. ..i-i _ *~* . . P t . ^* On March 10,' 1$81, the old Detroit' Tribune"" 'editorially urged the legislature to start oil exploration as a state, duty. suing year lus follows: President, Mr.s. Jesse White; vice president, Mrs. Freeman Gen- .son; secretary, Mrs. Andrew Falconer and treasurer, Mrs. C. M. Fisher. Mrs. Genson and Mr.s. Jenks presented an excellent program as follows: Duet, "Over the Prairie," with guitar accompaniment, by Raymond and Monroe Huddlestun; reading, "Poorhouse Nan" by Mrs. Jesse White. Mrs. White memorized this selection years ago when a member of the WCTU band in Ohio. A vocal duet, "Some Mother's Child" by Mesdames Alice and Faye Jenks was then enjoyed. ' Rev. Calkins gave a most instructive talk from the text, "Wine Is a Mocker; Strong Drink Is Raging; Whoever Is Deceived Thereby Is Not Wise." Following Rev. Calkins' talk Monroe Huddlestun sang "Katrina" and group singing of "This Is My Father's World" concluded the program. At the close of the evening a delicious luncheon was served by . Mrs. Jenks, assisted by her i daughter-in-law, Mrs. Faye Jenks. At this time Mrs. Jesse White formulated plans for the coming year's activities. The next meeting will be held Monday evening, Oct. 2, at the C. M. Fisher home. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mclntosh of Flint have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reid. Mrs. Mclntosh was formerly Miss Maxine Wheeler. Mrs. Margaret Orr and daughter, Miss Catharine, attended the funeral of Mrs. Joseph Ruba at the Sacrod Heart church in Victory Wednesday morning. Miss Catherine Myers of Ludington is a guest at the Orr home. Robert Millei*. eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Miller, broke his arm Monday, Sept. 18. The life of George Shaffer, whose death has been recorded In The 'Dally News, embraced an epoch of pioneer activity. Mr. Chaffer was one of the engineers on the M. and O. Railroad, owned by Butters and Company, which can-led huge logs. Later he was engineer on the passenger train and bought a farm North Grafton. Clifford Wheeler has gone to i i ! service. Morning worship—10:45 a. m Sermon: "When Two Men Conquered the World." Young People's meeting—6:45 p. m. Leader, Mrs. Nicholson.,. Gospel evangel service —r 7:30 p. m. Sermon: "They Supposed Him to Be Along." Prayer and praise service and Bible study—Thursday at 7:30 p. in. Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7:30 p. m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH (Loomis at Harrison streets) Rev. C. E. Pollock, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. Public worship—11 a. m. Sermon by Rev. William F. Kendrick, D. D., superintendent of the "Methodist Home" at Grand Rapids. Junior League service—11 a. St. Louis, Mich., where he will be employed by his brother-in- law at, the Mclntosh Plymouth and Dodge gara«e in that city. Freesoil William Howard returned to Freesoil Tuesday from spending, a few days at his home at Sand Lake. He returned to Sand Lake Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hazen Howard accompanied him here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Eddy made a trip to Traverse City Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Hunt, Mrs. Ira Granger and Mrs. Arthur Maynard attended Extension class meeting: at Scottville Tuesday^ The Freesoil Extension clulb -will meet next Tuesday afternoon. Douglas Heckman made a business trip to Traverse City Tuesday evening for Floyd Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rasmussen were supper guests Saturday evening- of Mr. and Mrs m. Epworth League service—6:15 p. m. Women's Missionary society meeting—Wednesday' afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. S. Bailey, North James street. First program of the Institute of International Understanding PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH (207 West Ludington avenue) Parvln C. Lee, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. Worship service—11 a. m. Evangelistic service—7:45 p. m. Evening services on Tuesday and Friday—7:45 p. m. THE SALVATION ARMY (Hall at 108 South Rath avenue) Adjutant Kyle Piercy Sunday school—10 a. m. Devotionals—11 a. m. Public service—7:30 p. m. Boy Scouts, Troop 7, meeting —Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service — Thursday at 7:30 p. m. BETHANY METHODIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. Erling C. Edwardsen, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m Jacob Lunde, superintendent Sidney. Tempa of the Gideon society will address the classes on the topic, "The Gideon Bible." Morning' worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon 'by Albert VanKamipen, vice president of the Gideon society, on the topic "God's Word." Special service—3 p. m. Epworth league—6:30 p. m. Brotherhood meeting — Tuesday, at 8 ip. m. at the Martin Abrahamson cottage, Hamlin lake. Mid-week service — Wednes- —Thursday at 8 p. m. at hall. Gray Earl Johnson of Iljarry Tobey Manistee. of Scottville visited his home here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knic- zacky are visiting in Chicago. Amos Washington of Manistee visited in:-?:i|^SiiJU. Wednesday. .,. s No range of mountains in the United States is more popular with native and foreign mountain climbers than the Tetons, in western Wyoming. WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. R. E. Omark, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a m Sermon iby Miss Reiber. B.Y.P.U. service—6:30 p. m. Evening Gospel service—7:30 ip. m. Closing service of the PERE MARQUETTE Flowers AT o HOME ! ', AND !! ABROAD I! Phone 909 : PENMTER THEATRE TONIGHT AND SATURDAY Sept. 22-23 Officers Elected The Young People of the Brethren church met at the J. H Reinoehl home Sunday evening, Sept. 17, when election of officers was held. Robert Miller was elected president, Miriam Kirkman, vice president, and Verna Prowant, secretary-treasurer. The next meeting will be held in October and Don Wilson and Harvey Prowant will help in the planning of the program. Feted on Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Irwlh Moore recently entertained with a lovely party in 'honor of their daughter, Joyce, who celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary. , A lovely birthday cake was a feature and Joyce received many pretty gifts. Enjoying the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith, daughters, Betty and Kathryn, and son, Sylvan; Mr. and Mrs. Nate «mith and son, Freddie* of Lud- "ngton; Mr.-and'Mrs. Fred Web-- ber of Ann Arbor, Raymond Smith of Walhalla, -Mrs. Emma Hanna and Mr. and Mrs: Moore and daughter, Joyce. ' Russell > Littell and Howdfjl Wing recently,; Completed $* wiring of , Jtob^rt Barclay 1 * property in Smith Custer;' Custer business places were closed Friday afternoon, Sept. 15, for the Western Michigan fair. Many Glister residents attended the fair during the week. Mr. and Mrs R. A. Saxton left Wednesday morning for Detroit where they will spend: several weeks with their children, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Blocher, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Saxton and Miss Katie Saxton. 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