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Ludington, Michigan
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Tuesday, October 10, 1939
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I f THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, OCT. 10, 1939. skey |to Play Here On Friday WILL SEEK Wilt Be Second Step in Title Defense for Oriole Gridderg Ludington high school Orioles, Jubilant over their 34-6 victory over 'Manistee Chippewas last Friday evening, are turning their attention to next Saturday evening .in preparation for an invasion by the Petoskey gridders, strong northern members of the Big Seven. The game will be the second step in the Oriole defense of its title, garnered for Ludington in 1938. When the Petoskey crew comes to Ludington Friday evening for its game under the floodlights, it will 'be the first time since 1931 that a Petoskey grid team will have appeared here. In that year on a muddy field and in a heavy rain which drove all the spectators to cover under the roof of the long-since extinct grandstand at Culver park, the visiting team fed the Orioles a 8-2 defeat. The following year, the local team, seeking revenge, went to Petoskey and swallowed a second defeat, this time by a 13-6 score. Although there is not a student in , Ludington high school at the present time who can personally; remember those two defeats, the orioles will do all in their power to get revenge for those Oriole gridders, long since lost to the school through graduation, who played in 1931 and 1932. Last Friday's game with Manistee put the stamp of approval on the Ludington squad and, as a result of the fine showing of the team, no changes in lineup are expected before the lights are snapped on this Friday eve;- ning. The game is scheduled to get under way at 8 o'clock before i Colvin,' M. B. Patterson, O. C. Zook, George E. Dorrell, Handy Things Mfg. Co., K. B. Matthews. Supervisors Study Health Unit Plan LOOK FOR THAT BANK «•!.. .a . . . Michigan department of eon- Hawkeyes Will Get First Conference Test at Ann Arbor Saturday Mallard, above, wears band of IT. S. Biological Survey which carries instructions for its return. Hundreds of ducks are banded each year at the Munuscong Bay waterfowl refuge administered by serration. Hunters help to improve the sport when they return bands and some hare been returned from remote points In Spanish America. CHICAGO. Oct. 10.- Just how strong is Iowa? There i are at least " five Big Ten ' coaches who would like to I know. but the conference i schedule decrees that Fritz Crisler and his powerful Michigan eleven shall learn the answer first. The Hawkeyes naturally are rated the underdog in their battle with Michigan Saturday, but a team that can score 73 points in its first two games and pull off many other surprises may not 'be through fooling the dopesters. In pre-season discussions | Iowa was considered as only a I minor factor in the title race. jOne and all agreed it would (take Dr. Eddie Anderson, the new coach, at least a couple of j years to bring the Hawk's out I of the doldrums. But (Continued from Page 1) (Cquzens) fund, Mrs. Pittard explained, expires in another 15 years and the fund directors are asking that the county gradually bear ~a larger annual share of the health unit cost, so that, when the Children's fund expires, the unit may not face sudden disruption. State and federal appropriations, she said, will be continued as at present leaving only the Michigan Children's fund allowance to be replaced gradually over the intervening years. Left with Committee After considerable discussion, pro and con, the board voted to place the matter of an increased appropriation, plus the question of a specific appropriation of $180 for a dental assistant for the next six-month period, in the hands of its health committee, made up of Supervisor Edward Ward, C. L. Pell and H. O. Loken, with a request for the committee's report and recommendation later in the present session. Matter of a new welfare .setup for Mason county, in accordance dames Monroe Williams, J. M. Cable, Alva Kirkman, Lydia Hissong, L. H. Prowant, Ezra Kintner, John Leedy and Clinton Lehman. Mrs. O. J. Saxton, chairman of the dining- room, was assisted by the following in the serving of the meal: Mrs. J. H. Reinoehl. Mrs. Mabel McKenzie, Mrs. Kenneth Beltz and the Misses Bernice and Wilda Odean, Miriam' and Shirley Kirkman. Catherine Reinoehl, Ruth Miller and Onabelle Cable. Elmer Stahelin has gone to Detroit where he will spend some time with his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reader returned the early part of the week .from a week's visit in Chicago. Harry Martin was a guest Sunday of Robert Turner. Mrs. Charles Reader has accepted the chairmanship of the hospital drive in Custer township. with the new Michigan welfare I Sept. 30. Marble School Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wemple and daughter of Muskegon, were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wemple Sr. Reinold Larsen of Detroit was a guest at the William-Edward Wemple home Saturday night, Custer Club Holds Enjoyable Meeting CUSTER.—The Corner club held able meeting last the home "of Mrs, in South Custer. were Mesdames John Allison and Reimer. Brighten the a very enjoy- Thursday at . Homer Morell Co-hostesses Roy Cable and JVIiss Ruby re-organization act, was discussed in detail at a queslion- and-answer session held at the courthouse Monday evening, with C. H. Runcimah of Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone called on Mr. and Mrs. David Collier east of Scottville Sunday afternoon, Oct. 1. Mrs. Mary Astra i.s employed Michigan State Prepares for Marquette Invasion what should be football crowd. another fine BQWLING EAST LANSING, Oct. 10.—-(/P) —Coach Charley Bachman separated the wheat from the chaff in his Michigan State college football camp today, as the boys pointed for Saturday's game here with Marguette university. For the first time since he has coached here, Bachman established a "B" squad, the members to be known officially as "reserves," and issued white to the B-men to dis- i them from the green clad varsity. The 30 men relegated to the Sherman, of Lan- rebuilt Iowa's grid hopes at an amazing rate. The football faithful at Ann Arbor Saturday will see in Nile Kinnick one of the country's outstanding backs who quite possibly might steal the spotlight from Michigan's own offensive aces, Tom Harmon and Forest EvashevsMi. Michigan rates a wide edge over Iowa on reserve strength of the two teams alone, but the Hawks figure to give the Wolverines worked with a backfisld composed of Wyman Davis and Fred Quigley, halfbacks, and Kaman at fullback, that looked like good varsity" material. Davis got away a long run through a broken field. line are in action. Iowa later plays league games with Wisconsin. Purdue, Minnesota and Northwestern. Royal Neighbors Meet j Arbutus Camp No. 632, Royal j Neighbors, held a delightful | meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. | 3, at the home of Mr.s. Emily | Miller. The regular meeting was conducted after which a social I member of the new stale welfare ! at the S. H. Drabenstott home in commission, as principal speaker. \ Fern this week. | Lyman Farbe.s recently spent a clay with his daughter, Mr.s. James Allen of Ludington. He spent Sunday evening, Oct. 1, with his son, Leslie Forbes and family'of Scottville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oman .spent several day.s this week with their daughter, Mr.s. Peterson of Victory. Due to the fact that the meetings had been discontinued during the summer months and that this was the first of the fall meetings a general good time was had with visiting and a bounteous co-operative dinner was served. Contests were conducted by Mrs. George Riley and Mrs. L. H. Prowant was the winner of a leaf game. The usual business meeting was conducted. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. B. T. Hackmuth in Custer. Those enjoying the day were Mesdames Clinton Lehman, George All. Joseph Sanders and daughter. Doris Jean: Edward Allison. Robert Barclay, Alva Kirkman. Bertha McKcnzie, Adrian Allison and daughter. Adricnne; Edwin Mohler and son. Kenney; Robert Martin, Oscar Odean, Emma Sanders. Ezra Barton, Jess Leer, Orla Allison and son, Jimmie: George Riley and daughter. Carol, and son. Gary; Frank Damkoehler. L. H. Prowant. B. T. Huckmuth and Lenna Murphy and the hostesses, Miss Roimor and Mi-sdami'-s Alilson, Cable and Morell. Freesoii The Froevoil members arc pictures taken Senior class' having their! Monday by the 1 Home Service Studio company of Manistee. Miss Winifred Clark, former Freesoil teacher, who spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coon visited Mrs. Minnie Dean Friday afternoon. Monroe Nash, Ed Edwards, Albion Comins, J. E. Bennett, Laurence Tooey, Floyd Wolfe, Corlis LaGuire, Cecil Lydic, Floyd Nash, Eileen Hunt and Dorothy Edwards were among those from Freesoil who attended the all star baseball game at Manistee Friday afternoon. Mrs. Buell Shelley and son, Ed Edwards, visited Mr. and Mrs. Van Edwards of Manistee Friday. George Canfield of Sherman was a visitor at the Marian Seitz home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hazen Howard returned Friday from a week at Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller and Mrs. Myron Nash spent part of Friday in Scottville. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Granger and daughter, Betty, were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hasenbank. of Meade. John Morong is putting a new roof on his barn. Members of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Freesoil Latter Day Saint church were busily engaged Friday afternoon iii preparing the church and the hall for the one day meeting at the church on Sunday. Dinner was .served in the hall. Dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr.s. Celia Hagstrom were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gurnsey, Mr and Mrs. William Chopson and Mrs. Alice Cole. Mr.s. J. E. Bennett, who i.s ill ha.s been with her daughter, Mrs Charles Reader of ScoUville for a few days. Mr.s. Marian Barton. Mrs. Gokiie Riley and children. Carol and Gary and MLss Dori.s Lannun attended the meeting of the Tough Assignment Coach Mai Elward told his _. . . , , _, , Purple squad Monday that The coaching staff declared I Minnesota's loss to Nebraska it wanted better defense for> Saturday "makes our assign, s P artai ? forward passers than was glven in the Michi San game. Linemen received ment against the Gophers this week tougher than ever nie Bierman, .. - . , a long, sweltering session on .indoors because of ilege of fighting their way up- hil land convincing the coaches Hansen and Peterson took two t nev are better men than the out of,three games from Park!, 46 wh ° wear the green. Theirs reserve squad have the priv- i the charging sleds as school- i out several changes Ber- his men rain, tried in hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Arthur Peterson of Scottvilel was the winner of the mystery package. Those present at the meeting were Mesdames William Emer- coS^Glcn^cSv. ° Ai-l^ra^^-i-.mer M,roll Secht Pe S n t 'NT ' E Ti- ian " cwfdrc" "Me'ffknd 1 Lu- Sa e & R Sard N SS5s. Bea- = cllle and ^ a » d M «' Orl > A1 »trice Neilan. Russell Littell,! Eleanor Christensen and the hostess, Emily Miller. LYRIC TONIGHT. 30c and lOc and son, Jimmie Oct. 1, at tb farm at Spring lake. A picnic- dinner and horseback riding Mrs. Frank Comstock will be . were "enjoyed hostess to the camp on Tuesday | Mrs. Charles evening. Nov .7. Allison and grandson. Dickie DcBeck and Mrs. John Allison entertained Mr -' - Flcyd Weaver of Scottville, the Wednesda y evening compli- Dairy and American Laundry copped two out of three from the previously unbeaten Camera Shop in Industrial league bowling in Smith's night. alleys Monday probably will be a schedule of almost daily scrimmage until the season ends. Bachman shirts and „ . good ball-toting fullback, combed the white green alike for a Shining light for Hansen and ^J^ a / c , h J"^ "°t ^ en Peterson in its two victories was """""•" " Crain who exhibited the most consistent bowling of the evening, winding up three game high. with a 571 Schoenberger of the same team rolled a sparkling 214 in the last game for individual high. Shively was best for Park Dairy with 499. Camera Shop keglers suffered their firs,t two losses of the season when American Laundry trimmed them in the first two games of their match. Camera Shop, however, came back to salvage the final game. Koudelka and H. Haller led the winners ; with 497 totals, the former also having a 201 game. Benson of the Camera Shop was high for the match, spilling 505 pins. High team game of 861, went 'to Hansen and Peterson, as did high three game total, 2,496. American Laundry (Z) DesBnfants ..127 132 172— 431 Masten ...... 135 144 124— 403 Taylor ....... 186 175 111— 472 Koudelka ____ 207 172 124— 497 Haller ........ 139 197 161— 497 ing for a better defense front. Minnesota teaai in preparation mentin S the birthday anniver- c.^™,, ~ f i, «._,_ __. i Some of Marquette's plays, as diagnosed .by scouts, will be night for the Michigan State. pet the to- for the invasion of the Boilermakers. sary of her husband John Allison. A lovely supper was enjoyed and a ' called on Mr. Rilev and , and Mr.s. George ning. Oct. 5. Mis but too successful. Roman Kaman and Earl Stevens (received much attention in Monda'y night's drill, which involved a long scrimmage for all save those who carried the brunt of the work in the Michigan game. i The search for quarterback ! material focused attention on i Cubs, Sox to Meet in CHICAGO, their defeat by Oklahoma. Coach Lynn WaldorPsaid much ! time would be spent this week on blocking in preparation for tussle with Ohio s Doris Lannon called on Martha White of Custer 5. the evening were Mr. and Oscar Scott, In the Hungarian language Craig and Jacque- , as in no other, all words are ac- Mr. and Mrs. John ! cented on the first syllable. . Thiel and daughter. Lynda Mae. -all of Scottville. Miss Audrey i >'-"-"-"»'.°.V".~.-.-.=. the Wildcats' {State. The Buckeyes spent , ,„ , ).—(/P)— two hours on aerial tactics, in- Mr - and Mrs - Raymond Han- Chicago ! dicating Francis Schmidt's I sen entertained with a lovelv' Allison and Dick Wicklund. ... Cubs' Earl Whithill and Teddy ! team may seek victory through 1 dinner Thursday in honor of i T ~.£ ±1 TT71- 14- ^ r* I 111 A. 1- _ _ - * ° I + U U * i L. 1 " . •«» I tne birthday anniversary of : mother, Mrs. i 788 820 692 2300 Camera Sbop (1) Benson ...... 155 186 164 — 505 Holmes ...... .147 124 128— 399 fichmock ..... 112 127 176— 415 Richardson ..110 161. 127— 398 Zywicki ...... 137 172 130— 439 661 770 725 2156 Hansen & Peterson (Z) Evans ........ 143 179 155— 477 Bchoetiberger 127 176 214— 517 JDlttmer ...... 156 120 146— 422 Crain ...;.... 194 184 193— 571 Peterson ..... 198 lisa 153— 509 f? 818 817 861 2496 Park Dairy (1) Dove ..,., 127 147 121— 395 J. Alkema ....150 141 161— 452 Neuman 164 149 155— 458 p. Alkema .... 14« 139 169— 474 fihlvely 160 186 153— 499 Handicap — 48 48 48— 144 785 830 807 2422 BOXING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) _- ACK>i-a«le Lander. 129. Ohl- outoolnted Jimmy Lancaster. 130, MBANS-Leo Rodak. 134<>,4. ... outpqfnted Nick Camarata. New* Orleans, (12). MOINE8, la.-—Henry Armstrong, " welterweight champion, Los - ' pped Al Manfredo, 146»,' 4 ~ ' Louis (Kid) Cocoa. „ Conn., outpointed 14««,, Houston, Tex., obnny (K. O.) ste- cto on • Wild Bill Odtn, mtt, ' Bypeel y (Red) poch- *., outpointed Eloo, no). New York, Brook»L«to, 148 0»utbeir RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key station of each network Is listed In the programs. The Networks: WEAF—WTAM, WTMJ. WGY, WLW, WSM, WMAQ, WOOD. WWJ. WJZ — WLS. WTMJ, WMAQ, WXYZ, WLW. WOOD. WABC—WJR, WHAS, WBBM. Lyons of the White Sox will be .the air. the opposing pitchers tonight ! as the two teams meet in the ! seventh and deciding game of ! their series for ball title. Lyons set McMillin's Hoosiers went back to work Monday on their rs - Han sen's Miller. A delightful; pass defense, riddled" by Iowa's ch - cken dinr ier was served at a :> " brilliant attack last week, i table prettily appointed withiJ- Wisconsin, Indiana's opponent . crystal ware. Pumpkin face, •'. XT. ~. u j • • Indiana's opponent. . —,- ~~ the Cubs down j Saturday, hopes to have its ! place cards greeted the » ue .sts with five hits last Thursday to j full strength back in the line- < Enjoying the affair were Mr' give the Sox their first series'| U p for its first conference ! and Mrs. Clarence Miller Misse-i victory, [game. Big George Paskvan. • r °la and June Miller, 'Roland! The American leaguers even- • fullback, removed the cast | Miller. Leslie Hansen and Mr.' ed the series Monday night on I from an injured hand and'and Mrs. Raymond Hansen and their home field behind the j may be ready for Saturday's : son. superb southpaw pitching of :battle. j Claude McKenzie who has Thornton Lee. who allowed , Illinois squad of 35 players! been in poor health the last four scratch hits. ! entrained Monday morning for ; several months was made hannv All of them were infield hits. Los Angeles where they clayed ; Tuesday when aVouno: Sh j three of them producing the'Southern California Saturday. ; bors and friends harvosfPri hi". Cubs' lone run in the first in-i The outfit will stop over in r-nm fm- ;,in, "«"vn,u.u m., CALL LETTERS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980. KPAB 770, KPI 040, KMOX 1090, KOA 830. KYW 1020, WBBM 770, WCPL 970, WBAL 1000, WCCO 810, WABC 860, WKAR 850. WDAF 610. WEAP 660. WENR 870, WON 720, WGY 780, WHAM 1150. WHAS 20, WHO 1000. WIBO 570, WJJD 1130, WSM 650, WJR 750, WJZ 760. WLS 870, WLW 700. WMBI 1080, WKZO J90. WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270, WOW 590, WOWO 1160, WSB 740. WTAM 1070, WTIC 1060. WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 620. TONIGHT: World trade din- ner—WJZ-NBC 10, MBS 10:15, Sec. of State Cordell Hull on 'New Problems in Commercial and Economic Relations with Other Nations." Europe—WABC-CBS 8:55, 11; MBS 9; WJZ-NBC 10; WEAF- WJZ-NBC 11:30. WEAF-NBC—8 Johnny Presents; 8:30 Horace Heidt program; 9:30 Fibber McGee and Molly; 10 Bob Hope; 10:30 Uncle Walt's Doghouse. WABC-CBS—Edward G. Ri- bonson play; 8:30 Walter O'Keefe and Joe Di Maggio; 9 We the People; 10:30 Sec. of Labor Perkins annual report. WJZ-BC—7:15 Mr. Keen; 8 Alrich family, new time; 8:30 Information please; 9 Bob Benchley; 9:30 Merchant Marine banquet, Admiral Emory S. Land. stop over in ning. Lee yielded the other | Tucson. Ariz. Wednesday and ihit in the third inning, after (Thursday for workouts. Chi! which no Cub reached first cago has lost Fullback Bob base. The Sox tied the score Howard for the Harvard game in the fourth and pushed Saturday, the first string back across the winning run in the receiving an injury in the corn fo r him The annual fifth, going on to score fourjWabash game, more later to win by G to 1. ' The two teams split the first two games, the Cubs won the third and fourth, but the fighting Sox hopped on the National leaguers' pitching in the last two games to win handily. Continue Drive to Aid Hospital SO-IJ ly of the Sugar Ridge church '•' the Brethren in South Custer •! given Wednesday evening jj ai o:30. A nice crowd was pres-j«| out with persons in .attendance 5 Irom Custer, Scottville and sur-in 1 rounding territory. Ladies who "j prepared the dinner were Mes- • WOMEN WHO WANT TO STAY SLIM . . . . . . can do so by learning to howl. Bowling furnishes just enough exercise for office workers and homo- makers. And it's easy to learn/ We'll give you all the instruction you need— free! Try it today. SMITH'S RECREATION (Continued rrom 1) ' A.C. Landgraff, Mr.s. M. L. O'-' Connell, James S. Goodwin, John! D. Manley. Kenneth G. Smith/ Margaret B. Hickey, Harry Nurn- i WRESTLING *~j THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) ,, - _, , _ .- • * VILMINGTON, Dei.—won Robert. [ "erg, Carlson Dairy Co., Meny, Montreal, defeated Nanjo tjinnh, | Wa.shatka agency, c H Brandt .• Calcutta, two out 01 three mils. i Mrs f!h«rlpc TTnrJlinVl r£ r rt 218 PORTLAND, Me.— Johnny lovunnu, , . , 181, Qulncy, Mans., threw Bobby Wheeler, IBS, Baltimore. 67 minutes. ANOTHE/EANEST THIEF WATERTOWN, Mass., Oct. 10. (K')— This fellow— when they find him placed high get his on the list Forslind, Dr. L. G. MBS-CHAIN— 8:30 Morton Could orchestra; 10:30 Mozart Concerto. What' to expect Wednesday: p.m. Dr. Perkins; ^ F C. Stifler; 3:15 Ma 4:30 Vic and Sade. WABC-CBS -7-11:05 a. m. Lannny Ross; 4:45 talks, Dr. John R. Mott. WJZ- . . NBC— 12:30 Farm and Home hour; 2 Music for young llsten- e fs; 3:45 Between the bookends. Talk Rep Patman— European— -NBC 8 a. m.; WABC; CBS 8 a. m., 6:30 p. m. Wednesday short waves: 7:3 ° orchestra; 8:2S Nether- Lon "meanest" thieves. He stole a doll carriage from Jeannette Hogan, 2 ! /2, as she aired her doll Monday night. Her tearful pleas stopped him st long enough to permit her rescue the doll and a blanket Wright, Mrs. Eva J. Snow, Sam A Snow, Charles Peterson, c Leonard Pell, Abrahamson-Nerheim Co., Mr. and Mrs. Morton Westlund. Mr. and Mr.s. -John H. Keene, Hansen Furniture Co., H. II. | Mrs. Thomas Albhv and Mrs. George Kennedy, 1 Todd-L-Inn, M. J. Dahringer.i A. J. Bossoms, Joseph Knebl i Catherine L. Ernest, Frank H > Beilfuss, J. E. Gorman, J. A Barnhart, Ward S. Pearl, Henry, W. Schoo, H. H. Kroeplin, O. A i Wo Specialize in name j Hawley, ~" o* Mr. befo:, h etn t e rund J l ea d na tL m b a S Q^^'Mrs. Gu.tave H^rpeV: a w! away. The job of preparing the New York World's fair was equivalent to building an entirely new city of 800,000 population on an uninhabited spot. MK TEMPERATURE TODAY AT 11:00 Weather Forecast Lower Michigan: Fair and considerably cooler. Scattered light frost in northwest and extreme north portions tonight. Wednesday fair and cooler in southeast; rising tempcu.ture in afternoon in northwest portion. MORE FIRE PREVENTION— Instead of a wooden siding on your home — why not the JOHNS-MAN- VTLLE ASBESTOS SIDING? Wears lorever. See us on prices. THK LUDINGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct Time Phone 99 Men's and Women's Galoshes-Rubbers- Rubber Boots All work at very reasonable prices— Don't throw the old ones away, they may get. you through the winter. Jensen's Super Service Phone 393. Goodyear Tires. Cities Service Gas and Oils. lOOPER RayMILLAND Robert PRESTON A PARAMOUNT PICTURE WEDNESDAY THURSDA MEET THE GRANDEST OLD FELLOW IN THE WORLD! Win he ...tU *l«e-kt riffl Ittti lift wilk a TRACTOR TOOTHBRUSH <H| Yes, we sell tractors, toothbrushes and everythincf else you could want! Save on all your needs at Wards! Out catalogs offer you a tremendous variety of goods not carried in our store! Catalog items are brought to you quickly by our Catalog Order Service. We write and mail you? order for you ... saving you letter-postage; money-order and C. O. D. feesl MONTGOMERY WARD 103-109 East Ludington Ave. Phone 15ft

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