The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 29, 1939 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 29.1039, THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE ; ;] NEWS BRIEFS RALLY DAY The nlcesi cwn-iesy that you can show your guests is to have their visits mentioned on this page. Th» nicest cou/'esy you can shbw your friends Is to let them learn of your visits through this page. Pleuso call the society editor, telephone 10«. Council Meeting—The Ludington PT-A Council will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday at,the Foster school building. Choir Practice—The choir of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening in Luther hall. | Returned Home—Mrs. Celia Hipley of Hart returned to her home Wednesday after spending a week in visiting relatives and ; friends in Ludington. Choir — The choir of Bethany Lutheran church will meet for rehdaisal at 7 o'clock tonight in the church. To North Carolina—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Trail returned Thursday to their home in North Carolina after visiting at the home of their nephew, Lloyd Haviland, and family at 315 North Harrison street. Guests—Visitors Thursday at the home of Mrs. Oust Welbes. 308 East Melendy street, were Mrs. Roy Homer, daughter, Oeraldine, and son, Kenneth, of Manistee and Mrs. Homer's sister, Miss Emma Waite, of Chicago. . , • To Visit—Mr. and Mrs. Peter -TSrust, who have spent the sum- %ier at 204 ;North Oaylord avenue, left Wednesday morning for Brighton and Detroit, where they will visit relatives before going on to St. Petersburg, Fla., to spend the winter. Farm Bureau—The Summit Community Farm bureau -.will meet on Tuesday evening, Oct. 3, at 8 o'clock at the hpme of Mr. and Mrs. George Towns, "Fere Marquette' township. '•••• Officers will be elected at this' meeting and a large attendance is desired. Visiting—Miss Evelyn Rasmussen of Fountain, who was discharged today from Paulina Stearns hospital flolowing an appendectomy performed Sept. 22, Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmock, 401 Sixth street. Extension Club—The Extension club of East Riverton will hold its first meeting on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Steve Darke Members are asked to be present early. Light refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting. To Detroit—Mr. and Mrs. Jens Johnson, 107 Franklin street, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Augustson, 105 Fifth street, left this morning to spend the week-end in Detroit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton jj?. Schwartz and son, Richard. They will be accompanied on the . trip by Miss Edith Schwartz, who will spend the week-end in Lansing. Meeting Enjoyed by Morton PT-A MORTON SCHOOL.—The Parent-Teacher association of Morton school held its first meeting of the .season at the schoolhouse Friday evening, Sept. 22. The following program, arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Holgar Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brye and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sibley, was presented: Music—Hansen girls. Songs—Tom Hall. Music—Evelyn Hansen. Songs—Lyle and Dolly Witte. An impromptu prtogram was given, followed by a quiz. Tlie lunch committee, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fargo and Mr. and Mrs. Manlere Dawson, served refreshments following the program. Elf Grover, who underwent an operation at University hospital in Ann Arbor recently, is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Jos£j>U Albrecjlt and daughter, Mariatt, were Sun- ] day dinner guests, Sept. 24, at the ' Arthur Cutler home. Miss Arlene Cutler of Muskegon spent last week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson and daughter, Irene, of Detroit, re Monday supper guests, Sept. AT THE CHURCHES CENTER RIVERTON. _ A Union Rally day program will be presented at St. Paul Evangelical church in Center Riverton at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Oct. 1. The Union Rally day includes the three Evangelical churches, Zlon, Grace and St. Paul, and the following program will be given: Prelude, piano solo—Miss Myrtle Whistler. Violin solo—Merton Colby. Vocal selections—Male quartet, including John Houk, Harold Fitch, Jerome Jorrison and Fred Hall. Prayer—Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger. Recitation, "My Prayer"—Theodore Schwass. Recitation—Orin Bailey. Vocal solo—Miss Betty Olmstead. Recitation, "Rally Day"—Richard Schwass. Recitation—Bernie Lou Brozzo. Vocal selections—Ladies' quartet, including Mrs. Edison Brown, Mrs. Eli Hanson, Mrs. Perry Gamertsfelder and Mrs. L. A. Ruegsegger. Reading—Mrs. Edith Gpff. Vocal solo—Maurice Wilson of Ludington. • Address—Rev. Erne Taylor, a returned missionary from China. Accident Is Fatal to Lowell Mantell Word was received Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Waltes of Linlook park of the death of their son-in-law, Lowell Mantell of Huntington, W. Va. Mr. Mantell was killed early Thursday evening in an automobile accident which occurred in Huntington. Mr. and Mrs. Waites left this morning for West Virginia to attend the funeral services. 26, at the Stanley Morton home. Mr. and Mrs. James Blundell and daughter, Betty, called on Mr. Blundell's father, James Blundell Sr., Sunday evening", Sept. 24. Ouster Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conklin and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Moline of Ludington were guests Sunday afternoon, Sept. 24, at the J. H. Reinoehl home in South Custer. William Saxton Sr. was a dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Reene were guests Sunday. Sept. 24, of their daughter, Mrs. Ernest Johngpn, an£ family, ot Jnili4- Tngrlohi ~'" Mrs. J. 'O. McMaster and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Popp, spent Friday afternoon, Sept. 22, at the Paap-Llstlng home where they made the acquaintance of the little daughter born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Listing. In the course of a year's business the 12 Federal Reserve banks will handle about five billion separate pieces of coin and paper money. "BUYER'S INDEX BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST — This Sunday at the Washington Avenue Baptist church will 'be Mission Sunday with special emphasis being given to the claims of the Christian Missionary ente»- prise. A special offering will be received for missionary purposes. In keeping with this missionary emphasis the pastor, Rev. R. E. Omark, .will speak at the Gospel Evangel service, Rev. Nicholson will preach a sermon on the subject "Part of Our Inheritance." The Sunday school will convene at 9:30 a. m. with classes for all ages and a Young People's service will be held at 6:45 p. m. The leader at this service will be Fredolf Anderson. LUTHERAN BETHANY LUTHERAN—"How Christ Sanctified the Sabbath" will be the sermon topic at the morning worship service on thejiO':30 o'clock morning worship theme, "Saved for Service." In service at Bethany Lutheran the evening the pastor will hold church this Sunday. At this sera new series of sermons on the text which has been called "The Gospel in a Nutshell," John 3:16. The topic for the sermon this Sunday will toe "For God." 'All those who ordered the quarterly devotional manual, "The Secret Place" may call for their copies this Sunday, in order that the reading may 'be commenced in their homes on the first day of this quarter. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the worship services and also the Sunday school service,.at 9:30 a. m. and the Baptist Young People's union meeting at 6:30 ;p. m. COMMUNITY THE COMMUNITY—At the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service at The Community church, a Communion service and reception of members will be held. The sermon "The Light That Never Failed," will be preached by the minister, Rev. Paul H. Clark. The service of music includes the solo "Come Unto Me" by Coeman, sung by Mrs. R. L. vice, the choir will sing the anthem "The Song of Peace." The Sunday school and Bible classes will convene at 9:30 a. m. with Miss Helen Zeber in charge. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN—Ger- der the direction of Mrs. • F. E. Gilbert, will sing the anthem, "Great Is the Lord," by Whelpley. The organ selections, played by Mrs. Dan V. Dewey. will include "In the Afterglow" 'by Strang, "Meditation" by Hal- cny and "Postlude" 'by Hesse. At the 9:45 a. in. regular service of the Sunday school, Promotion day will be observed. Rally day service will be observed on the following Sunday. The Junior Epworth" league will meet at 5 p. in. and the Senior Epworth league at 6:15 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. SCIENTISTS FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST—"Unreality" will be the subject of the Lssson-Ser- mon in all Christian Science churches throughout the world on Sunday, Oct. 1. The Golden text (Proverbs 13:7) is: "There is that maketh i himself rich, yet hath nothing: man service and Holy Com- j there is that" maketh himself munion will be held on Sunday i poor, yet hath great riches." morning at 10:30 o'clock at St.] Among the Bible citations is John's Lutheran church. A Confessional service 'will be held at 10 a. m., preceding the Com- this passage (Col. 3:2>: "Set '• your affection on things above, not on things on the earth." munion service. Correlative passages to be The regular meeting of the read from the Christian Science Sunday school will be held at textbook. "Science and Health i 10 a. m. : A quarterly meeting of the I voting membership of the | church will be held at 2:30 p. m. at the church. I with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddv, include the following (p. 261): "Hold thought steadfastly to the enduring, the good, and the true, and you will bring these into your experience proportionably to their occupancy of your thoughts." AT :: DARON'S MARKET 505 S. James Street ROLLED BONELESS BEEF RIB ROAST Ib. BEEF KETTLE OR CHUCK ROAST Ib. BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST, lean and very little bone, Ib. i? REGULAR SLAB BACON, by the piece Ib. VEAL 25C METHODIST BETHANY METHODIST—At the 10:45 o'clock morning' worship service in Bethany "Meth- 3 OUT OF 5-i MOTHERS relieve misery of colds externally with odist church, wardsen will mon, on the Rev. preach topic "On Erlins; the Ed- ser- Being RUB IT ON Vorce, and the organ selections "Prelude" by Sincero, "Arabes-' que" by Wrangell and "Paean Exultan" by Smith, played by Erving Hansen. The regular church school service will be held at 9:30 a. m. Grateful.' The service of music will in- j elude the singing of two an- i thems by the choir and Mrs. ] Eskel Olson will play an or- i gan prelude, offertory and and the Young meeting will be People's society held at 6 p. m. in the churchhouse. Philip Hartman will be speaker at this service. At 5 p. m. there will be a meeting of the church council in the churchhouse. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. EVANGEUCAL EVANGELICAL FREE—T h e topic of Rev. Carl G.. Nicholson's held Ed- con"The sermon, at the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service in Evangelical Free church this Sunday will'be "The Story That At^the 7:30 o'clock evening postlude. Evening service will be at 7:30 o'clock and Rev. wardsen will address the gregation on the topic Strength of Personality." The Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. m. under the super- intendency of Jacob Lunde. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. 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