The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 6, 1939 · Page 3
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 3

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 6, 1939
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FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that you your guests Is to have their visits mentioned on this page. The nicest courtesy you can show your friends is to let them learn of your visits through this page. Plrasc call the society editor, telephone 106. Rehearsal —The choir of Emanuel Lutheran church '' will meet for rehearsal at 7 o'clock this evening' in Luther hall. To Arrive—Arriving today to be guests for a. week at the noirie 01 Miss Minnie B. Thomas, 301'-2 South James street, are her sis- tor, Miss Irma Thomas of Chicago, and father, C. H. T'nomas of Lcwistown, 111. Grange to Meet —The Pere Marquctte Grange will meet on Monday evening at 8 o'clock at. the townhall to elect officers for the coining year. Mr. ami Mrs. A. L. Swansby will be hosts of the social hour. To California —Gust Minster of 711 East Foster street left Thursday evening for Santa Barbara, Calif., where he was called by the death of his brother, Charles Minster. Funeral services will be held when Mr. Minster arrives. To Lansing—-jMiss LiU'iiie Johnson, 107 Franklin street, and Mrs. Noil Owen, South Madison .street, left this afternoon to .spend the week-end in Lansing. They plan to attend the Michigan-Michigan State football game at Ann Arbor on Saturday and to return to their homes on Sunday evenin 1 -'. To Evanslon--Mrs. L. Herbert. who celebrated her 69th birthdav Wednesday at the hume of her son-in-law and d.uif'hter. Dr. and. Mrs. E. A. Grc-i'iiwald, 711 East Ludington avenue, where she has been a visitor lor ;><nn>' time, left, today for Evan.stuii. 111., to spend the winter. To Sec Game —Mr. and Mrs. Clay F. Olmsteud Sr. and sons, Dan and Bob, of 504 East Luclinu- ton avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Clay F. Olm.strad Jr. of 801 East Ludington avenue will leave Saturday morning for Ann Arbor where they will attend the Michigan-Michigan State football game. Return Home--Miss Virginia Midland. 211 Exst Melendy street, and Miss Ann Motyka. AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY Was Born on Farm in Riverton Township 62 Years Ago (By MRS. EDITH RENT,) CENTER RIVERTON .—In the recent passing of Hugh M. Hannah, Riverton township again mourns the loss of one of its native-born pioneers. Mr. Hannah's mother, Mrs. Beatrice Hannah of Amber, came to Riverton in 1C135 when eight years of age iyid grew to young womanhood here. She was later united in marriage to Silas Hannah and they began their life together in 'this vicinity. Of the family of 10 children born to them, Hugh was the second son BAPTIST BETHANY UJTIIERAN--The monthly Danish service will be held in Bethany Lutheran church this Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Special music for this service will be sung by the Danish choir and Rev. John Christensen will preach. Tlie Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. m. and Rev. Christensen will address all classes on the topic "The Purpose of Prayer." Mrs. C. Anderson will be in charge of this service. Parker, all of Flint; James Black of Benton Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. John Hannah and daughter, Mrs. Charles Franz, all of Fremont, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson and Mrs. John Swellnis, all of Muskegon. The community expresses sincere sympathy to the bereaved mother, land was born 02 years ago on the , family and to - the aged Mann now owned by Mr. and Mrs. M * n Hannah _ j Ernest, Schwass, located directly | across the road from the home |in which he lived when death | came. I Mr. Hannah had lived his on- i tire life in Mason county oxcept- ! ing three years which he spent in the .state oi' Washington. His friendly personality made hi)' 1 many friends, who were sadde- _d to hoar of hi.s sudden death which occurred on Monday, Sept. 18. after an illness of only one week. In 1902 Mr. ir.uinah was united in murruigt- to Miss Manie Black Miss Black v/a;-: also the daughter o! pioneer 'part-ills, on the maternal .side the White family and the paternal .side, the Black family, both families being ixmotig the early .settlers of Mason county. To this union three children were born. Robert of Ludington. Mirhae] at home and Mrs Beatrice Peder.sen of Lud- j "W'nT*'k'P'r«l in^l-m, who, to-dher with their' v » wl *^io mother, mourn the passing of I heir father and husband as the 1' death in their family. The funeral .services held from the Hiinnah home on Monday. Sept. 22, closed the chapters, ol a life lived quietly, yet fruitfully, winniiv; respect and esteem in the community MS wa.s witnessed Daron Dies at Grand Haven Word was received Thursday of the death of William Daron of Grand Haven, brother of Edward Daron of 813 East Foster street. Mr. Daron, 42 years of age, passed away suddenly at his home in Grand Haven. He was in charge of the meat department of the Great Atlantic ana Pacific Tea company at Grand Haven. Surviving are Jus wife and three brothers, Edward of Lua- ington, Arthur of Flint and Frank of Muskegon. Burial services will be held on! Saturday in Arcadia. Submit Reports on Hospital Campaign WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST— On Sunday morning, at the regular worship service, the pastor of Washington Avenue Baptist church, Rev.,R. E. Omark, will bring a message on the theme, "Walking With God." Special music will be provided by Mrs. Fred Johnson and Mrs. Erving Johnson. In the evening at the 7:30 o'clock Gospel service, the pastor will give the second in a series of sermons on John 3:16. The message this Sunday will center about the words, "So Loved." The church choir, under the direction of Mrs. O. W. Johnson, will furnish the special music for this service. The Sunday school will meet at the usual hour, 9:30 a. m., with classes for all ages of children and young people. An adult class is taught by the pastor of the church. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. Ludington. Route 2, returned to| bv the b ,,. u , U! - ul noral pieces their homes Tnursday after I , v 'hi c h were banked high around .spending four day.s in Grand 'the ra.skot and the lartn-st cor- RapicLs. where they visited Mis.-, Frances Miehauu. who is attending State College of Co.s- metology. Return Home -Mrs. John Masten of 108 North James street returned to her home Thursday after .spending 10 days in a motor tour of the eastern United States. While in the Exst. Mr*. Ma.sten visited at Boston. Mass.. returning to LudnnUon v .ui, Ni punffrrbV net father,'• FTftiYk Gcndrolis of Ouster, who visited with his brothers in Boston, anci ijiai'icy her .sister. Mis,s Emily GendrolLs i ^Rol'iMvo.s ol Ludington. ; ( ( .^ 0 ever assembled at a River- 1 ion funeral. ; Kev. Leslc-r A. Rueg.segger. pas; tor of 7-ion Evangelical church in \V(.s( Riverton. spokr words of I comfort anci assurance to the be: : caved family and friends. Louis Huwlcv and Manly Fn nrh beau; tifuiiy sanp. "The Touch of His 'Hand' in Mine" and "My Loved 'one Wont" [ Pallbearers were Mr. Hannah's i nv «'" brothers. John. Robert, iturrv.' Joe and William Hannah ;uul -] lis brother-in-law, Bert Accident Rests Victim Comfortably from a distance n(' tending (he services were Harry 'Hannah, Mr. aiul Mrs. Chester i Parker and Mr. ami Mrs. Hull is (Continued rrom Page 1) over the many side-issues that always come up in any such • public question, are, we feel, • overlooking the fact that until we get the new building we 'haven't much to argue about. Plan Extension ' Drive Committee officials explained that next week's drive.' on a house - to - house, community basis, is an attempt to take the problem to everyone, with ! the thought—not of trying to pry amounts out of people • which they cannot afford, but merely to ask all to understand the problem and help to best of their ability. Those amounts, if the issue improperly presented, will add 'up tp sufficient funds to put , the new building in actual op- i oration at an early date—to 'end for all time in lives of the ; present generation the ques- i lion of an adequate hospital 'building for this region. THE COMMUNITY— "The Book of The Hour" will be the topic of Rev. Paul H. Clark's sermon at the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service this -Sunday. The service of music will include the vocal solo, "Great Peace Have They Which Love Thy Law" by Rogers, sung by Mrs. Russell L. Vorce, and the organ selections "Church Processional" by Pietro Yon, "Prayer" by Maes and "Postlude'' by Purcell, played by Erving Hansen. At 6 p. m. a' Young People's society supper meeting will be held at the churchhouse. Miss Jean Pat Me In tosh will lead the worship and there will be a guest speaker, The church school will meet at 9:30 a. m. The public is invited to attend these services. EVANGELICAL EVANGELICAL FREE—Morning worship service will be held at 10:45 o'clock in Evangelical Free church with the sermon "The Blood of Jesus Christ and Its Efficacy," by the T>astor, Rev. Carl G. Nicholson. This service will be followed by a Communion service. Gospel Evangel service will be -•*—*- *—*—*—*—* I * RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Oct. 7 Community* *• Churchhouse N. Harrison St. —X- —#--•» — * I * I #—*—*—*—# Friends of John Ruboyianes, ! 705 South Washington avenue, j will be glad to learn that he is '< resting comfortably following : an accident which occurred \ Sunday morning when he wa.s ' accldently shot in the leg while j hunting along the Pere Mar- '. quette river. i Treated at Paulina Stearns j hospital. Mr. Ruboyianes 13 now confined to hi.s home. Bennett School Charles Jaoobson is making extensive improvements on hi.s farm. He is having a large barn for hi.s .stock erected, also a pump house and tool shed. Edward Karas i.s doing the wook. One-third of the car-owners of the U. S. have weekly incomes of $20 or less. Yes- We Are Sold Out of Superflame Heaters —The heater with the heat trap. —The heater that burns FREE one day out of every five—because stack, loss is cut to a minimum. The demand for these SUPERFLAME heaters has been so great (27 were installed in Ludington during September) that we are temporarily sold out—BUT— We expect another shipment tomorrow. BEFORE YOU BUY—SEE SUPERFLAME. GBOTEMAT'S '. Wife Saving Station Phone 371 417 S. James Street It's HARD to tell... butEASYtopkka winning oil * •&, *? •? > •-* ,'4,, ' n * *• ''• T HE chimp is no chump but the champ of all animals, in intelligent behavior. Yet when trainers select from a group of apes the one which will learn tricks most rapidly, they can rely only on hunch or guess. But when you want to pick a winning oil... you have clues to help you choose. You have facts which solve the problem. Here they are: To fit various needs and varying pocketbooks,, Phillips refines many oils. Out you need have no question or doubt, if you want our best oil, because Phillips speaks out plainly. Tells you frankly, in unmistakable terms, that Phillips 66 Motor Oil is our finest quality . . . the. highest grade and greatest value among all the oils we offer. . . So whether you are adding a quart or draining and refilling, it's easy to pick a winning oil. Ask for Phillips 66-.'MdtOr Oil at the Orange anil Black 66 Shield. mjjgj^jf+j^ .. * *^>>. Phillips Finest Quality OIL COMPANY , MICHIGAN. held at 7:30 p. m. with the sermon "D(i Present World-Troubles Foretell Another Catastrophe?" by the pastor. Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. m. with classes for all ages and a Young People's service will be held at 6:45 p. m. William Kronlein will be leader at this service. LUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN—"The Relation of the Old and New Testament" will be the topic of the sermon at St. John's Lutheran church on Sunday morning, Oct. 8. German service will be held at 9:30 a. m., to be followed by an English service at 11 a. m. The Sunday school will meet at 10 a. m. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend these services. METHODIST BETHANY METHODIST—"The Trumpet Call" will' be the topic of Rev. Erling Edwardsen's sermon at the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service in Bethany Methodist church this Sunday. Two anthems, sung by the choir, and organ selections played by Mrs. Eskel Olson will form the service of music. The selections will include a prelude, offertory and postlude. At the evening service, Rev. Edwardsen will preach on the topic "Light from The Cross." At this service, the Bethany male chorus, directed by Ted tallefson, will sing two songs. The Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. m. under the superin- tendency of Jacob Lunde. Rally day .service and promotions will be observed. FIRST METHODIST—At the 11 o'clock morning worship service Sunday in First Methodist church, Rev. C. E. Pollock will speak on the subject "Dreams Come True.'" The choir, under the direction of Mrs. F. E. Gilbert, will sing the anthem, "Praise The Lord, O My Soul" by Simper. Organ selections, played by Mrs. Dan V. Dewey, will include "Benedictus" by Van Weber, "Offertory" by Herald and "Postlude" by Batt- mann. Tliis service marks the beginning attendance campaign during the period between Rally Sunday, Oct. 8, and Old Uear Sunday, Dec. 31. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend all these services. Next Sunday is rally day in , the Sunday school, which meets I at 9:45 a. m. At the service in the 'Central church room, public recognition will be given those students who have completed the required studies in the classes conducted by the pastor during the year. A baptismal service will also be held. SCIENTISTS FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST—"Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" will be the 49c FROSTY FRUIT ICE CREAM CAKE 12 Cup Cakes FREE AT LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY IT'S CANDY WEEK CO-NUGGETS Cocoanut cream center with chocolate coating. pound MORRIS 5c, lOc ' to $1 STORE RIGHT FOOT . . . with "RED GOOSE" Shoes Famous for All- Leather construction over correct . lasts allowing growing: feet to develop normality. $1.38 $2°98 jf i? Is They're "half the fun of having feet" and there are many attractive, comfortably f fi 11 i n g style|s from which boys and may choose. $.198 to BIRKE'S SHOE 117 South James Street Put Your Feet in. Our Hands subject' of the Lesson-Sermon in all Christian Science churches throughout the world on Sunday, Oct. 8. The Golden text, (Psalms 103: 2, 3) is: "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits: who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases." Among the Bible citations is this passage (I Corinthians 15:26): "The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death." Correlative passages to be read from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, in- I elude the following (p. 427): "If man is never to overcome death, why . do the Scriptures say. 'The last enemy to be destroyed is death?' The tenor of the Word shows that we shall obtain the victory over death in proportion as we overcome sin." FREE Read TFME oena for IVCclU J.I1B/ SAMPLE Wall Street Journal for Complete Markets and all BUSINESS— FINANCIAL- INDUSTRIAL News The Newspaper of Successful Business Men and Inrestors 14 BROAD ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. THE ELITE SHOPPE'S PRESENTATION OF NEW Fall Coats IN LUXURY WOOLENS! EXPERT TAILORING! FASHION-HIT STYLES! FRO|MI$I6.50UP See This Special Group of Beautiful Coats and Choose Yours Now While Sizes Are Complete THE ELITE SHOPPE HALL BUILDIIsTG' 202 S. JAMES ST. 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