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••' ;rl l " 1 j THURSDAY, SEPT. 28,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUD1NGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE, •I NEWS BRIEF* 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 caU the society editor, telephonn Rehearsal—The choir of T'he Community church will meet for rehearsal at 7 p. m. Friday at the church. i »' • • : •• •'• •<*'"•'. To Bmctice— The choir of St. John's LUliH^an church will I meet for practice at 8 o'clock tonight. Rehearsal—The choir of First Methodist church will meet- for rehearsal at 7 o'clock this 'eve- Acolytes —'The acolytes of I Grace church will meet Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the I church. r • ' ' 1 ' Guild—The Altar Guild of I Grace EplSMpai church Will meet orf Friday at 7:30 p. m. at 1307 North Gaylord avenue. Communion—There will be a I Holy Communion service at 10 a. m. Friday in Grace Episcopal church, in celebration of St. I Michael and All Angels' day. Improved —Miss Evelyn Kas- Imussen of Fountain, who underwent ari appendectomy at Paulina Stearns hospital on Sept. 22, will be discharged Friday. Her condition is described as favor|able. Returned Home —Mrs. Hannah Miller and daughter, Arlehe, returned to their home, at Racine, Vjfc., recently'after visiting for a .short time aj the hojn'e of Mrs. Ruby Jensen, tudingtofr, Route 3. Appointment— Chiltoh.. JensOn, son of Mrs. Ruby Jen'sen pf Ludington. Route 3. who received appointment.. last week to the United, States Air corps, left Monday for East St. Louis Mo., to enter the-government ground school in that city for tra,in|ng. From East—Mrs. Elizabeth Litke and daughter, Margaret, 308 Fourth street, and Miss Clara Polcin of-708 Sixth street returned recently after traveling through Canada. While in the East, they visited the New York World's fair and Washing| ton, D. C. They were accompanied by Mrs^ Joseph Polcin of Manistee and Lawrence Litke of I Lansing. I Scout 'Camppree' This JVeek-End Mason county Boy Scouts who plan on attending the annual fall camporee to be held in Muskegoh State park Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. can look forward to plenty of' activity and entertainment If the schedule of activities is any criterion. •Scouts will use the grounds I and buildings of the former CCC camp, north of MuskegOn. I Mason' county will be represented by Scouts from Ludington, Summit and Scottville. Activities will commence shortly after arrival Saturday afternoon with scouting demonstrations, . special archery demonstrations, and a demonstration of pistol shooting by a state police officer. Saturday night,, scouts will be treated to a high class vaudeville show by professional talent. The show will be held at one of the camp buildings. After church services Sunday morning, Scoutmaster Fred Bradford of Baldwin will give an archery demonstration. In the afternoon there will be a review of scouts and other activities. The camp will close late Sunday afternoon. Activities mentioned are just the highlights of the two.-day program. Miss Joyce Haitna Bride of]<\ Webber CUSTER..—A wedding of Interest to Custer folks was solemnized last weejc'at the Bethlehem Lutheran chapel at Ann Arbor when Miss Joyce Hanna,. daughter of Mrs,, i^ .Emma Hanna of Custer, became the bride of Fred Webber. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mary Hanna, of Ifrilamazoo, and Robert Webber, Officers Installed, Promotion Day Held At Brethren Church CUSTER—Impressive services were held at the Brethren church in South • Custer, Sunday morning, Sept. 24, when' installation of officers and Promotion , day were held. The Sunday school opened as usual at 10 a. m. with promotion for the Primaries, Beginners and Juniors taking place in their own department. Chairs for the ones promoted were prettily decorated with various fall colors of crepe paper and the room was made pretty with gorgeous bouquets of fall flowers. Those promoted in these divisions were;. From Beginners to Primary, Roger Reed, Carol Mohler and LaVonne Hamm; from Primary to Juniors, Betty Kintner, Betty Knudsen, Merlin Reed and Earl Bowman; from Junior to Intermediate, Louise Damkoehler and Carol Kintner; from Intermediate to to Senior, Ruth Miller and Jack Kintner. Following the Sunday school, Rev. L. H. Prowant gave a talk on the work of next year in regards to the calling of each one for the task given, the work to be done and the necessity for each one doing his work as best he could. He paid tribute to Mrs. Mabel McKenzie, who has served as •superintendent of the main school for the past nine years, •asking the congregation to stand in showing their appreciation, Mrs. L. H. Prowant will be superintendent for the next year. Other officers to be installed for the year's work were: Holly Wilson, : assistant superintendent; Mrs. Monroe Williams, primary superintendent; Mrs. Clara Miller, home department superintendent; Mrs. Roy Cable, cradle roll superintendent; Sunday school chorister, Orvan Saxton: assistant! Bernice Odean; pianist, Miriam •Cirkman; assistant, Mrs. O. J. Saxton; chorister for primary room, Mrs. Oscar Odean; pianist for primary room, Verna Prowant; Sunday school secretary, Robert Miller; assistant, John Relnoehl; treasurer,"Edwin Mohler. Teachers of the school are: Beginners, Marian Kirkman and Shirley Kirkman; Primary, Mrs. Oliver Reeds and Mrs. Oscar Odean; Juniors, Mrs. Dallas Lehman and Mrs. D. O. Flory; Intermediates, boys and Is combined, Don Wilson and Catherine Relnoehl; Junior young people. Orvan Saxton and Mabel McKenzie; young people, Mrs. J. H. Reinoeh'l and Robert Miller; ladles' class, Mrs. Alva Kirkman and Mrs. O. J. Saxton; men's class, J. H. Reinoehl and Bruce Miller. The adult class decided to discontinue their class and the men enter the men's class and the ladies go in the ladies' class. Plans are being formulated for the new year and, a successful one is looked forward to. Time Schedules Mail, Rail, Boat and Bus Pere Marquette Passenger Trains Westbound, arrive 11110 a. m. Enstbound, leave 12:50 p. m. Dally, except Sundays Pcre Marquette Carfcrries Leave for Milwaukee, Wls 3 a. m., 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from Milwaukee 2:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m., 6 p. m. Leave for Manltowoc, Wls 4 p. m., 3:30 a. m. Arrive from Manltowoc 3:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Leave for Kewaunee, Wls 8 a. m. Dally, Sundays Included Call dock office for dally information. All boats carry automobiles. Bus Lines Leave for Muskegon, etc. . .8:30 a. m., 12:30 p. m., 4:15 p. m. Arrive from Muskegon, etc. ..10:50 a. m., 4:05 p. m., 7:35 p. m. Leave for Traverse City, etc 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:59 a. m., 6 p. m. Dally, Sundays Included Leave for Baldwin 5:30 p. m. Outgoing Mail Weekdays Southbound mail (mall truck) closes 9:30 a. m. Eastbound mail (train) connecting with north and south trains, closes 11:30 a. m. Southbound (mail bus) closes 2:30 p. m. Eastbound (bus) connecting with, north and south trains, clases 4:30 p. m. Outgoing mall Sundays (mall truck) closes 5 p. m. Incoming Mail Weekdays From south (mall truck) ....7:30 a. m. From east (train) 11:10 a. m. From south (mall bus) 10:45 a. m. From east (bus) 9:40 p. m. Incoming mall, Sundays (mall truck) 9:30 a. m. FROM SCOTTVILLE Pcre Marquette Passenger Trains From cast, arrlv.i 10:59 a. m. Eastbound, leave 1:02 p. m. Bus Lines Leave for Traverse City, etc 11:15 a. m Marquette Fund Adds New Names Mrs. Cuthbertson on Library Board end guest of her aunt, Mrs. John McKenzie, at her home in Walhalla. . , Mrs. W. H. Cuthbertson was Lloyd Janowiak of Manistee Two visitors m Ludington dur- \ appointed by Mayor E. J.! was a Saturday guest, Sept. 23, ing the women's conservation j Thompson to fill a vacancy on | at the Guy Sanders home. He conference which closed Wednesday, members of the party that made the pilgrimage to the Father Marquette deathsite in Buttersville Wednesday morning, became so enthused over the proposal to erect a monument to the famous missionary that they the public library board instead j reports Mrs. Janowiak as gain- pfW. H Cuthbertson, Liiding- ton postmaster, as was eiion- eously stated edition of The in Wednesday s News. The appointment, made at a meeting of the city commission Tuesday I night, was .necessitated by ing splendidly. She is tient at a hospital at a pa- Battle subscribed to a contributing resignation of Mrs. R. L. Stearns. membership in the association. The two visitors, a man and his wife from Pontiac, wished their names kept anonymous. Commenting on the drive to raise funds for the project they said that "everyone in Ludington, no matter what his race or creed, should get behind such a worthy movement." Other memberships include: Full memberships: St. Rose Custer The Senior class of Custer ! high school began their "money i making affairs" when they set I up their stand at the Western | Michigan fair which proved to be a decided success. For several years the Seniors of Custer have worked hard during the year for money which they i will use next spring on their j circle, Altar society of St. Simon s j annual trip to some "worthwhile ' - Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:45 a. m. 7:15 p. m. 5:45 p. m. Leave for Ludington —11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Arrive Irom Ludington ..11:15 a. m., 5:45 p. m., 7:15 p. m. Leave for Baldwin 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Baldwin 9 p. m. Outgoing Mall Northbound mall (mull truck) closes 7:3 ° a - m Southbound mall (mall truck) closes 9: 15 a. w. Westbound (train) closes ..10:40 a. m. Edstbound (train), connecting with north and south trains, closes 12:40 p. m. Eastbound (bus), connecting with north and south trains, closes 5:30 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes 6 p. m. Incoming Meal From south (mall truck) ....7:45 a. m. Arrives from east (train) 10:59 a. m. Arrives from west (train) 1:02 p. m. Arrives from west (bus) 6:00 p. m. church; Sheriff and Mrs. George L. Colyer, Mr. and Mrs. George Haller, Lunde and Sheldon, T. L. Atkinson, Margaret P. Bromeling of Eaton Rapids, Dr. and Mrs. Lars Switzer of Manistee, and Edwin H. Ewing post No. 76, American Legion. Associate memberships: Snow's Drug store, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bigsby and Miss Ruth Rasmussen. The Blue Ribbon Stores I ••>••' I "Where You Save on Foods" I Pelton school A daughter weighing nine pounds and three ounces was born Sunday night to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wahr at the Mercy hospital in Manistee. A family dinner honoring Mrs. Phil Elliot of Buckley was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Guests were Mrs. Elliot, Miss Roselena Elliot of Traverse City, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Marcellus and son, Floyd: Mr. and Mrs. David Young, Harvey Young, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Young and Donald, Irene and Marie Young; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson and four children. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Hathaway and children, Mrs. Bertha Ulrich, Gene Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Miller. and educational place. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hedrick has as their guests Sunday, Sept. 24, his mother, Mrs. Louis Hedrick, of Breckenbridge, . ..... •. i'«and his brother, Leslie Heel- , Step Out of WHltC LlVCred | £ Fear Into Bold High Gear | P.S. We all cat, drink and smoke too much at times. Hence, of the rick, who is a member and aiirl rinncripr<s .. , ana aaugeis ti H wc oftcn fmtl (iursclvcs consti . Leetta and Jacqualme were last ! p ate d and down in die dumps of bilious s ic- . Week-end guests Of relatives in What to do? Wake up the flow of our great - --rural laxative juice with Carter s Little Liver Grand Rapids. natural laxative ji Pills. For when two pints of that natural laxa- 'Ralph Tower attended an in-' tivc juice flows through our bowels dunni? the «stallntinri nf nffinfvc at thp TT ! da X' plorious things begin to happen — Our Siaiiation pi orncers atUie ^ • | foo ' d fs liable to digest sweetly—we arc largely BE WISE smart to be thrifty, but remember, it's foolish if you sacrifice quantity and quality for thrift! That's why wise home-makers do the wise' thing . . . .they.. shop at Blue Ribbon Stores and SAVE the difference! O. E. hall in Ludington Sunday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Edith Deling and son, Joe, of Battle Creek, were last week-end guests at the Dewey Brandenburg 1 home. Doris Brandenburg-, who had her tonsils removed at Paulina Stearns hospital Thursday, Sept. 21, is convalescing nicely. Betty Smith was a last week- free from gas — our constipation breaks up — and our blue bilious gloom fades into merry, happy zoom. However, breakfast foods, seeds and many laxatives wake up very little of our natural laxative juice. Hut Carter's Little I.iver Pills. some people. Therefore, be sure you genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills — in have doubled the flow of the golden laxative I juice in Bet the 10(' and 2~>if. (Carter's Little Livei- Pills are only intended to wake up the flow of laxative juice. Diseases of the liver should be diagnosed and treaU'd by your doctor.) Defiance, package Good Santos, COFFEE, pound of the groom, was best brother man. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Schmelle. Mrs. Jake Gutekunst, former landlady of the bride, gave a reception in their honor immediately following the wedding. The young couple enjoyed a wedding trip of several days, Dinner Is Enjoyed at Everson Home FERN.—Mr. and Mrs. B. Doddington demonstrated aluminum ware at a 7 o'clock dinner held at the home of Mrs. Cora Everson Thursday evening, Sept. 21. The entire dinner, consisting of meat, potatoes, vegetables and cake, was prepared without water or grease. Guests who enjoyed this were Mr. and Mrs,. Harry Bevans and Mr. ano* Mrs. Willard Bevans, all of Ludington; Mr. and Mrs. William Schad and guest, Mrs. Catherine Myers; Mrs. Lillian Reids, Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and the hostess, Mrs. Everson. Teachers Assume Duties With thejjeginning of the schooPytiar, the teachers at Fem are again assuming school duties. Donald Rathbun, who received his degree from Western State Normal last June, is principal of Walkerville high school; Miss Inez Huddlestun, who also received her A.B. degree in June, is critic teacher of Mason County Normal; Miss Catherine Ott returned to Nordhouse school, Irene Darr, of Quincy, Wash., will arrive in two weeks to visit her brother, H. L. Darr, and other visitors. One of the difficult farm jobs, silo filling, is nearly completed. On every farm with a silo for the past two weeks, crews may have been seen at work snapping, cutting and hauling. From 15 to 22 men have been engaged on a job which was to be finished in a day or two. On other farms, where individual fillers were owned, a family may do its own work cheaper, but requiring a longer .time. Corn this season is plentiful and of good quality. Mr and Mrs. Edward Wahr have named their daughter Eleanora Margaret. A sewer is being placed at Pelton Corners to drain a water hole into a culvert south. Opens New, Used Furniture Store Robert Johnson of Ludington recently announced the opening of his new and used furniture store at 501 East Dowland street. The new establishment is known as Bob's New and Used Furniture store. Mr. Johnson, a lifelong resident of Ludington, has had several years' experience in furniture retailing. "For the past four years and up to the time of its sale, he was" connected with Obel's Furniture store. Interior of the 'building has been completely remodeled and ipresents a vastly improved appearance. The line of furniture carried includes lamps, linole- ums and mattresses. If a blind person lost his hands, he still could be taught to read by the Braille system with his toes. It has been successfully accomplished by more than one blind person. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR « SALT • SUNDRIES • PAPER BAGS « WRAPPING PAPER « GUM • TAPE « TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY STEVE CODIN Wholesale Only CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE, can Dinty Moore, iy z Ib. can Defiance Meat Peanut Butter Sweet Pickles Bulk Coffee Golden Berry Smarty Dog Food Dinty Moore Beef Stew Spinach Shoestring Carrots j; Beets i; Canvas Gloves :° Spam ji Hume Karluk | Fink Salmon \ Tiny Peas 5 Defiance Select :[ Quaker I Staley for 20C lOc 2 £ 25c quart jar Ib. Ib. can Phillips No. Z can, washed, no grit Shoestring, Miss Michigan, can Mo. 2 can long wearing, sturdy, 2 prs The meat of many uses, can Red Salmon, pound tall can Auto Brand, pound can Defiance sifted. No. 2 can SWEET PEAS, Z cans LITTLE KURNELS, (Utility Spoon FREE) 15c 21c 5c 23c 18c lOc lOc lOc 25c 29c 27c 16c 16c 25c pkgs . 25c 1 pkg. Cube Starch, 1 pkg. Corn Starch, 1 DISH CLOTH FREE, AJLL FOR 15C •coming „ brideis mbfhe*, t ,he home of the where they spent the week-end, leaving for Ann Arbor the Ir^ft of the -week where they make their home. Mis.8 Hanpa was a former Custer girl and friends here join in the many wishes of happiness f or Mr. and Mrs Webber. West Rivarton Members of this community, who were actively Interested in this year's Western Michigan andjivyhd received premi- , -Includea: Wi A; Rawson and Kiefer Brothers, cattle and swine, respectively; Gus Von- Grlahn, John Lister and Elery Harmon, fruits, grain and vegetables; Mrs. Edison Brown and Mrs. Gus VonGlahn, jellies, pickles, baked goods and essays; Butler school , 4-H tfair ums Hamlin, for her third year; Lloyd Hasselbrlng is again at Riverside lor his seventh consecutive year: Miss Catharine Wilson began her fourth year in the Primary division at Fountain; Aaron Miler Is teaching at Lincoln Valley and Richard Wicklund at the Stewart school; Miss Evelyn Adams J^ifcgaih at Creston high school, Grand Rapids, and Miss Mafirie Huddlesfeun returned to Western State Normal, Kalamazoo, where she Is studying for a degree. Anita Hansen, Mary Lou Stuart, Ruth Malakus, Roger Wicklund, Alberta Allison and Laurence Stuart are attending Custer high school. Betty Miller is attending Scottville high school. Mrs. Clara Bedker has returned f com ,.& ^month's visit with her In Ludington and club and Butler school Crafts- __ _.__ * ^T 'I- _r*_ .' . :• \ ': ' man 4-H cluib. Owing to the busy season Butler Parent-Teaxjhjer association will not hold a meeting this month. The series of meetings Wield during the school year will begin in the October month. Grand Rapids. , Mrs, Catherine Myers is spending a few days with Mrs. William Schad. BUYER'S INDEX 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! Be Our Guest at the Showing tfffo with the NEW FULL-FLOATING RlDE! Darr School Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Strzelec have purchased the former William Hansen farm in Victory and will move there about Nov. 1. Mrs. James Grocock of Grand Rapids was alast week-end guest of her sister, Mrs. J. N. Sanford. She returned Sunday afternoon with Miss Bertha Smith. Mrs. Jake Bepple, formerly Made to .Measure Suits—Overcoats $23.50 and up. BOBIAN TAILOR SHOP 118 S. James Street. ALEMITE OIL 'AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE ' • -\t Auto Repair t Blilf LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loonxls Street 'T'HE minute you set eyes on the new 1940 J. Dodge Luxury Liner, you'll know that something new and different has happened in the automobile industry! For this new Dodge is more than a new model—it is an entirely new automobile from stem to stern! Even wider and roomier than last year, it brings you a new kind of beauty, plus more new ideas than you ever dreamed possible in a car at anywhere near the price! New Kind of Ride! On top of all this, Dodge offers one of the greatest engineering advances of the past 25 years I It's the new Full-Floating Ride—one of the most important and fundamental motorcar improvements since the All-Steel Body and Hydraulic Brakes 1 We cannot begin to tell you in words just what the Full-Floating Ride really means! You've got to actually experience it for yourself! That's why we say come in today and see and ride in this yew Dodge! We have one ready and waiting for you to take a free demonstration! No obligation! Tune in Major Bowes, Columbia Network,Thursdays. 9 to 10 P. M., E. D. S.T. A 96-PAGE BOOK "101 COMMON MISTAKES IN ETIQUETTE by EMILY POST /*OC<TSffi55| 13c 2 BARS PALMOLIVE SOAP FREE with 1 PKG. SUPER SUDS, CONC. 23c ~~MEATS~ . Pork Shoulder :j Smoked Ham j: Slab Bacon Beef Pot Roast Hamettes Center Mi etid cuts; Mild sugar cured, any size piece, Ib. Tender native Beef, Ib. Boneless Ham, 2 to 3 Ib. average, Ib. ib29c 21c 17c 25c -VEGETABLES- NEVER BEFORE a ride like this in a car priced so low—the new FulI-FJoa ting Ride in the new 1940 Dodge I Wheelbase is longer, wheels are moved backward, seats forward. Now all passengers ride in the buoyant "Comfort Zone" between the axles! CAR BUYERS! Because s^rnany motor- have been turning ir L fine la ^ of Sweet Potatoes Iceberg Apples {Potatoes Squash HEAD LETTUCE, Jumbo 1 size, Wealthies, Wolf Rivers, Michigan No. 1, 15 Ib. peck 19c ,Sc Table Queen or Hubbard, Ib. 23c 3c Your Blue Ribbon Stores OLD WAY. Say goodbye to the old-style "dogleg" rear door that made getting in and out cumbersome, difficult. NEW WAY. Now, with the new 1940 Dodge straight rear door, you walk right in and out, easier than ever before! NEEHEIM MOTOR CO. 227 W. Ludington, Ave. ,r : OTIS & W. A. WEVER—Baldwin, Mich. ALEX ANDERSEN & SON—Scottville, Mich. ALSTROM & ANDERSON 509 S. Yvasnmgton Avc. Fhone 373 WRHDE'iS GROCERY 208 S. Madison St. Phone 598 JOS. M. SELLNER 229 Second Street Phone 109 ELMER ABRAHAMSON 402 S. Washington, Ave. Phone 90 E. UUTCH & CO. 317 S. James Street Phoru' 3 ; . • . THE ihCUNOMY FOOD MARKET 1018 S. Madison Si. Phone 195 . uw^^ ...•3

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