The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 12, 1939 · Page 3
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Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 12, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCT. 12,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. PAGE THRE -- i -i i • '• - ••-* •JVVJ^rVAMnf^ NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that you can show 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. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. Choir—The choir of The Community church will meet for rehearsal at 7 o'clock tonight at the church. East Riverton PT-A — Bast Riverton PT-A will meet at the schoolhouse Friday night. An interesting program has been prepared including movies of Dearborn village. Everyone is urged to attend. Returned Home—Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Waltes returned to their home at Linlook park Wednesday after attending funeral services held at Huntington, W. V.. for their son-in-law, Lowell Mantell, who was killed in an automobile accident. Townsend Club—LudlngtOn Townsend club No. 1 will meet at 8 o'clock this evening at headquarters. Stanley Benson will be guest of the club and will demonstrate his new game, "Recovery." The public is cordially invited to attend this meeting. Word Received — Word was received today by Mrs. B. O. Rockwell of 310 North Lewis street, of the death of her brother-in-law, S. B. Burns, of Burr Oak. Mr. Burns, who was in business in Ludington for a number of years, has 'been ill for some time. Funeral services will be held on Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Funeral rites for Mrs. Francis Carberry, who passed away on Oct. 8 at Howell, were held Wednesday "morning at St. Simon's Catholic church, Rev. Thomas A>bln conducting the service. A great many lovely floral pieces were tokens of the affection of friends and a number of friends called at the home. Pallbearers were James Compeau, Ben Compeau, Alex Chingwash, Arthur Oik, William Oik and Oscar Craig. Interment was made at North Victory cemetery. Out-of-town/persons, attending the services were Mr., and Mrs. John Bonner of Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. William Lahaye of Peacock, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Craig of Scottville, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pierson of Baldwin and Lowell Willis of Grand Rapids. Church Dinner Menu Prepared at Freesoil Mrs. Louise Fredficka Lauterwasser, resident of Ludington for 58 years, passed away early this morning at her home at 310 Second street at the end of a long illness. She was 77 years of age. Mrs. Lauterwasser was born in Germany on May 11, 1862, and spent her early life in that country. Before moving to Ludington, she was a resident of Victory township >for some time. She was affiliated with St. John's Lutheran church of Ludington. Preceding her in death is her husband, William, who passed away in 1916. Surviving are two sons, Frederick of Milwaukee and Robert of Ludington; four daughters, Mrs. Matilda Woodard of Royal Oak, Mrs. Clara Schultz of Milwaukee, Mrs. Marie Barber of Ludington and Mrs. Ruth Artlip of Muskegon. Also surviving are a brother, Chris Schechterle of Springfield, Mass.; 12 grandchildren Speaks Tonight 1. Canfield Cook Prof. H. Canfield Cook of Chicago, aviation expert and travelogue author, will present the thiifd and next-^to-liast lecture tonight on a current Institute of International IT n d e r s tanding program sponsored by Ludington and 2 great grandchildren. Rotary club. The lecture will Services vjiii toe held on Satur- ' day at 2 p. m. from the home for the annual chicken supper to be served at Freesoil Methodist church dinning room, Thursday evening, Oct. 12, has prepared the following menu: Mashed potatoes, fried chicken, hot biscuits, gravy, mashed squash, diced carrots, beet pickles, salad, tea, rolls, butter, grape apples, wafers and coffee. Mrs. Merle Flickenger of Ludington visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hasenbank Sr., Sunday. Mrs. Harold Coughenour of Detroit arrived here Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. John Belleville and her brother, Harry Darr. Harold Coughenour arrived Saturday, and Mrs. Coughenour returned with him Sunday to Detroit. Edward Crawford and Laurence HIM made a trip to Browntown Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Stanley and family were guests,of'Mr. and Mrs. - James Bennett of Sherman Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson, of Manistee, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rasmussen. Mrs. Edward Rasmussen , son, Bill and daughter, Phyllis, of Cedar were Freesoil visitors Saturday. Howard Bomner of Mancelona, who has been attending vocational school at Chelsea, was a guest of Joseph Papes, a fellow student, Sunday. Mrs. Marian, Seitz has returned from a two weeks trip through Canada. She was accompanied by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Marshall Seitz, of Fountain. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole and son, Billle, visited Mrs. Alice Cole and family Sunday afternoon Mrs. Edward Crawford spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. WHHs Cogle of Victory, while Edward Crawford served on the jury at Ludington, Mr. arid . I^trs. L. L. Stanley visited their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, of Cadillac, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Chopson visited Mr. and Mrs. Gail Soxell at Stronach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay LaOuire and son, Darl, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Emmaline LaQulre at Fountain. J.. E. Bennett is building an addition to his barn near his and at 2:30 p. m. from St. John's Lutheran church. The 'body will be returned to the home in the Dorrell funeral coach on Friday afternoon, and will rest there until the time of the services. Interment will be made at Lakeview cemetery. Day-Long Meeting Is Well Attended FREESOIL.—There was a good attendance at the one-day meeting held Sunday at the Latter Day Saint church. Persons were present from Traverse City, South Boardman, Ludington, Benzonia, Sugar Grove, Scottville, Elm Flats and Fountain besides the local attendance. The days program opened at 9:30 followed by a .prayer service at 11 o'clock. Elder Alvin Ellis of South Boardman was in charge of the preaching service. Dinner was served in the Free- soil hall at noon. From 1:30 to 2 p. m. a song service was held. At 2 o'clock Elder Homer Doty of Traverse City, delivered a sermon and Elder J. E. Bennett, District Financial Supervisor talked briefly on financial matters. Lunches were served at the hall to defasting guests. Officers for Year Elected by Grange FOUNT A'IN. — Fountain Grange nffi. r.l'FJdayevenin OU cIcCvCCT W*c TO HO take place at Gray hall at 8:15 p. m. A World war aviator and student of aviation problems, Prof. Canfield will discuss the question of "The ' Influence of Aviation on International Questions." With aviation coming in for a bigger and as yet largely unknown part in any present or future war, the question is certain to arouse considerable interest. Freesoil (Methodist ladies were busy Friday afternoon arranging the church social rooms for the annual chicken supper to be Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. in Dorrell chapel for Mrs. Carrie R. Peck, pioneer resident of Ludington who ipassed away on Oct. 8 at Muskegon. Words of comfort were spoken by Mrs. Butler, reader of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, and two songs were sung by Mrs. Earl Schrink. Pallbearers were Don Peck and William Peck Hasenbank, •grandsons of the deceased; William Hasenbank Jr. and Charles Rhoads and Herbert Ney, sons- in-law, and Godfrey Hallberg, a nephew. Interment wao made in Center Riverton cemetery. West Riverton Rev. and Mrs. Lester A. Rueg- seggar had for their supper guest Tuesday Miss Ruth Smedberg.. Mrs. *Mott Butler was a Thursday guest of Mrs. Henry Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blgsby spent last week-end visiting relatives. In Grand Rapids they were guests at the homes of Mrs. H. D. Stowell and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Adrian. In Elkhart. Ind., they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slear. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elery Harmon included Mrs. Jerome Harmon, Miss Jessie VanDyke, Mrs. Ida McCandless and Miss Laura Holmes, all of Ludington. and their children, all of Pontiac, returned Sunday afternoon after enjoying the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Rahn Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sherdan and daughter, Lois, of the Claybanks and Edward Brauer were Sunday quests of Mr. and Mrs. Frame Loppenthien and son, Harold. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mortensen of Muskegon Heights, former residents of Summit, were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Timmons. Mrs. Elizabeth Hansen enjoyed a motor trip to Grand Rapids Sunday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Petersen and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bedker. Educational association meeting at. Petoskey. Miss Betty Stewart spent Friday night and, Saturday of last week in Ouster visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dewey Brandenberg. Mesdames Peter Jankoviak, Jlohn Hemmer and Kenneth Johnson visited on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 5, with Mrs. WilliH.a Dodge near Tallman. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Renwick are building a modern home on their farm south of Fountain. served from 5:30 Thursday, Oct. L2. to 8p.m. Ing officers for the coming year. Master—Rev. Fred Stewart. Overseer Roy Thomas. Lecturer—Mrs. Ralph Baushke. Steward—Harvey Goff. Assistant steward—Mrs. Alfred Johnson. Chaplain—Mrs. Fred Steward. Treasurer—Frank Mercer. Gate keeper—Ralph Baushke. Ceres—Mrs. A. Lewis. Pomona—Mrs. Alfred Johnson. Flora—Mrs. Lawrence Nelson. Lady assistant steward—Mrs. Roy Thomas. Pianists—Mrs. Christ Petrter- son and Mrs. Dewey Brandenburg. Member executive board— Dewey Brandenburg. A chicken supper was enjoyed by all. Installation of officers will be held Nov. 17. residence in the village. Mr. and Mrs. William Sadowski of south of Freesoil were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Stanley. iMr. and Mrs. Frank Hunt visited William Hunt in Sheridan Township Sunday evening. Mrs. William Hasenbank and her sister, Mrs. Bert Ney of Summit, spent Friday in Muskegon with their mother, Mrs. Beck. To Elect Officers DARR DISTRICT-— Officers and delegates representing the 1940 Agricultural Conservation program will be elected at a meeting in hall Friday All farmers Freesoil township evening, Oct. 13. interested should attend the meeting to attend the meeting to elect capable qualified committeemen to administer the Shirley program Ra y 1 e in 1940. was a Lee- week-end guest of Mary Engwall of Manistee. Mr. and Mrs. George Rayle and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Engwall of Manistee. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parks of Lake City Sunday at were also the Engwall guests home. AH are former Freesoil residents. *..*_•«.. - f William A. Tobey attended the welfare meeting at Ludington Monday evening. He was accompanied from Scottville by Representative Rupert Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. William Tobey and Mrs. E. M. Stephens attended the chicken supper given Monday evening at the Scottville Methodist church dining room. Representative Rupert Stephens of Scottville visited friends in Freesoil Monday. Maxine Hunt was a supper guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hilden. Freesoil friends were sorry to learn of the death of Mrs. Peck, one of whose daughters is Mrs. William Hasenbank Jr., of Mead. Mrs. Peck had been a frequent visitor in this vicinity. Mrs. R. Eddy is ill at the home of her son and daughter-in-law,' Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lydic have received announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benson of Davenport. Mrs. Benson was formerly Miss, Mildred Lydic. 'Church Is Invited to Special Service NORTH RIVERTON. — Members of Bethlehem Lutheran church have received an invitation to attend the golden anniversary celebration service at Trinity Evangelical church Sunday^ Oct. 15. The service is planned to compliment the pastor, Rev. J. H. Todt's 50th anniversary of entrance into the ministery. Rev. Todt, who has been pastor of Trinity Lutheran church for the past 41 years, is a well loved pastor among members of Bethlehem church. Having conducted many services here during absences of the local pastor. Services will begin at 10:30 a. m. and will be conducted by Rev. William Opitz of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church of Ludington. Pleasantly Surprised Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Heidemann and dughter, Miss Amelia Schaeffer, were pleasantly surprised Saturday when Mr. and Mrs. William Able and children, Anthony, Edward, Gertrude and Betty Jane, of West Olive, came to spend the evening. The visit was planned in compliment to Mr. Heidemann's 70th birthday anniversary which was Sunday, Oct. 8. The guests brought a large birthday cake which was served with sandwiches and coffee, before the guests left for their home. Mrs. Henry Butler and Mrs. Mott Butler visited the Heidemann family Thursday afternoon, Oct. 5, and Martin Ewald of Pentwater was a Saturday afternoon and supper guest. Mr. and Mrs. William Rahn, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schmock and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burmeister Reek School School Notes We have one beginner this year, Lillian Tauchus, and three in the eighth grade, Catherine Hemmer, Phyllis Kaminski and Gloria Strejcek. Our total enrollment is 21. Visitors during September were Theresa Hemmer, Trulah Garrison, Mrs. Prowant, Geraldine Stewart and Mrs. Tauchus. Mrs. Hemmer cabled Monday morning. Oct. 9. The west side of our school yard has been filled in with sand. We like it much better. We played a ball game with the Stewart school Wednesday. We are hoping that the weather lets us play another game with them before long. The following pupils were neither absent nor tardy during September: Richard Stewart, Leonard Jankoviak, Betty Stewart, Richard 'Jankoviak, Pauline Macko, Beverly Stewart, Donald Wagner and 'Ronald Wagner. In science class we are gathering leaves and twigs and learning to identify trees. The second grade pupils are making an indoor garden in a glass jar. Reek school closed Thursday and Friday, Oct. 5 and 6, to permit the teacher, Miss Prowant, to attend the Michigan G-unn Lake Mr. and Mrsti B. V. Isenbarger of Gunn lake made a business trip to Ludington Thursday. Early settlers in Virginia were granted 100 acres of tobacco land free. He Ran 90 Yards For A Touchdown Quick and ready energy comes from that food his mother buys at the BLUE RIBBON STORES A Change Came O'er My Spirit After Taking Carter's Little Liver Pills P.S. We all eat, drink and smoke too much at times. Hence, we often find ourselves constipated and down in the dumps of bilious gloom. What to do? Wake up the flow of our great natural laxative juice with Carter's Little Liver Pills. For when two pints of that natural laxative juice flows through our bowels during the day, glorious things Degin to happen —Our food is liable to digest sweetly—we arc largely free from gas — 9ur 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. But Carter's Little Liver Pills have doubled the flow of the golden laxative juice in some people. Therefore, be sure you f et the genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills — Ofi and 25^. one pound: can Morton House, Serve hot or cold, can Wheat Cereal Brown Bread Date Roll Gold Medal Flour Wheaties Kix Bisquick J.j £ i Rich in Vitamin B, New England style •* ffp Makes husky boys, Start the day right with a bowl full Bride's Size, 20c; 40 oz. size Betty Crocker's Super Cake Flour, SOAP CHIPS, large package Deluxe Brand, Vacuum packed, lb. Germany has developed a transparent fruit and vegetable can made of plastic with top and bottom of tin. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR • SALT*- • SUNDRIES • PAPER BAGS • WRAPPING PAPER • GUM • TAPE • TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY STEVE CODIN Wholesale Only PEOATER THEATRE TONIGHT The New-Seasons Hit. Outstanding Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Mary Boland, Paulette Goddard. Virginia Weidler and a, total cast of 135 Women in "THE WOMEN" It's All About Men. What '(Da/uses Getting Up Nights? „ Getting up i nights muy be" nature's wanung ; of sluggish kidneys. It excess al ?i po'sonpufl-wasto^are tnot regu- *f«iu«»t flow, °* 'beumatlb P»»ns. headaches Kidneys of t«i need, help bowels. Qel a regular 286 box TS from ,»ny drwgglat. In Xpur days.U not j>lewej your "money bade. at £T M. . Sns and Joseph 8ahltt>ark's, Druggists. Here Ave Some Buys SAVE MONEY ON THEM! COTTON MATTRESSES, fine quality, see them, only CRESCENT SEAL RUGS, 9x12, recover yottr floors, only RUGS, here we can save you lots of money on top quality 9xl2's BABY BEDS, in maple, 27"x54" complete with mattress, only . $4.95 $34.75 _.;:|2.75 Otoel Furniture Store G, A. Hehdrick, Prop. 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! ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair BlUa LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis Street •hi —by serving Plankinton's Globe Pure Pork Sausage with his breakfast. It has that delightful flavor which will start even the grumpiest husband off on the right foot. Serve some at breakfast tomorrow. APPEAL TO AUTUMN APPETITES PLAN KINTONS GLOBE PURE PORK SAUSAGE PLANKINTON PACKING COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wise. your dealer for the attractive recipe folder by that name. Defiance, 24 oz. jar Pels Naptha Coffee Salad Dressing Powdered Sugar Kg? Carrots Beets Catsup Graham Wafers Shoestring; cuts, fine for salad , Shoestring Cuts, easy to serve Frazier Brand, 14 oz .bottle 12C 5£27c 2 k 21c 2 PWS 25C 32c 27c 23c 21c 23c 2-19C 2 2 2 for ,-•> «, cans cans 19c 19c "FLAIX" .-f rjgt pkg. J. I \* Makes fine muffins, pkg. Sauce, strained and sweetened, can Dr. Phillips f Q{» test-sellers Reduced i SALE/ Little Fellows I 98 Hi.Cuts r 7 Sale-Priced! How boys love these hi-cuts, for play, for hiking — jefenfor school! Their heavy leather soles are strong, yet flexible. Moccasin-type vamp (plenty of toe room)! Sizes 11-2. Children's Solid Leather High Shoes Sizes ny a all the way to 2! Amazing at 1.38! Sturdy leather soles, creased vamp! Supports Growing Feet I Infants 9 Shoes Perfect "foot-shape" last for proper fit! Leather soles! In white, 2-tones, black. 4 to 8. MONTGOMERY WARD Phone 158 103-109 East Ludington Ave. i All-Bran Cranberry Grapefruit Juice i 8 o z .can,2_ Tomato Juice Gia £-<T' 19c Pure Coeoa D f^?S' 21c Suds Soap, by makers of olive, a pure white soap ..M Concentrated, with 2 cakes Palmolive, all for 4 bars 16C ~MEATS~~ Round Steak Sirloin Steak Hamettes Pure Lard *£££? 2 lbs . or SWISS, pound or CLUB STEAK, lb. Boneless ham in 2 to 3 lb. chunks, lb, Pork Steak lean, meaty, pound 25c 25c 25C 19C 19c rt -.'I 3 i* » V (_* K. t • 1 ;. i • i i ^j A 1 , V '4l! til -VEGETABLES- Lemons Apples Rutabagas Table Queen solid heads Keep on hand for - hot lemonade, doz. Fine for cooking: or baking:, bushel 4 lOc 29c 45c Waxed, selects, •O • I. i • j> .. , >r,t .? ' I ?!» l •t ' - \ > ' ij ja SQUASH, extra, lar^e, each 5c Your Blue Ribbon Stoves AbSTROM & ANDERSON 509 S. Vvasmngton Ave. Phone 373 WRt'DE'S GROCERY 208 S. Madison St. Phone 598 JOS. M. SELLNER 229 Second Street Phone 109 ELMER 402 S. Washington, Ave. Phone 90 E. »UtSH g CO, 317 S.-^nKs Street PhQne'3 THE *^NPWY FOOD. 10X8 S, MadUon St. Phone 195 * u E-l 1 i M te. , «*&

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