The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 13, 1939 · Page 3
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„%<••« FRIDAY, OCT. 13,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE TJHREf NEWS BRIEFS AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY 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. Plrase call the society editor, telephone 106. To Meet —The mending group of Paulina Stearns hospital will meet at 2 p. m. Monday at the nurses' home.. Baby Born —Mr. and Mrs. Hen- Route 3, Ludington, BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAP- 1 —Last Sunday morning the pastor of the church, Rev. R. E. Omark, delivered a sermon with the title "Walking With God." The sermon for the morning worship service this Sunday will have the same theme and will be a sequel to the sermon of last week. A continuation of the series of ry Soule, announce the birth of a son, Daniel David, at Paulina Steams hospital on Thursday. Choir Rehearsal —The choir of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 7 o'clock this evening in Luther hall. Vacationing: — Miss Helen Wagner of The News staff is spending a two-week, vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wagner, at their home in West Riverton. Announce Birth — Mr. and Mrs. Abbie Schoenberger of Scottville announce the birth of a daughter, early this morning at Butterworth hospital, Grand Rapids. K. of C.—Pere Marquctte council No. 1492, Knights of Columbus, will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening in order to go to the Rudolph Kovar home to say the Rosary for Mr.s. W. J. Shinsky. Announce Birth —Rev. and Mrs. Arvid Norton, 305 East Filer .street, announce the birth of a daughter, at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. The baby hax been named Arvis lyla. Postponed—The hike of Girl Scout troop 3 has been postponed until further notice, it was announced today by troop leaders. There will be no meet- Ing of this troop "this evening as previously scheduled. Returned Home — Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. Boline, 804 East Loomis street, returned Thursday noon from a week's stay at Rock Island, 111., where they visited their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gosling, former residents of this ' city. While away, the Bolines ! also visited with relatives in • Chicago. ' From Mackinac —Dean Thomp- | son, MLss Georgia Thompson,! C. D. Holcomb and Mrs. Charles j Love and daughter, Joanne, re- ; turned to their homes in Lud- j ington after spending the -week-i end in visiting Mr. and Mrs. ; Coney Schrader and family at! their home at Mackinac Island. Mrs. Schrader is the former Miss' Dori.s Thompson of Ludington. j Returned Home— Mr.s. John i Luppenthien, 300 South Washington avenue, and Miss Bertha Snyder returned to their homes in Ludington Tuesday after visiting for 10 days in Northville. Detroit and Port Huron. Mrs: Lopponthicn visited at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Alton He- wol.t, and Miss Snyder visited with her .sister, Mrs. Al Ernst and family. Summit Club- The members of the Summit Child Study club will please note that the meeting scheduled for Monday, Oct. 16, will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brye instead of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald VanDykc. Mr.s. Earl Bashaw will be in charge of the lesson for this meeting. Members are asked to answer the roll call with a joke. Mrs. Robert Maynard will be co-hostess with Mrs. Brye. Wesleynn Guild-—The Wesleyan, Service Guild of First Methodist church will meet on Tuesday evening, Oct. 17, at I 7:30 o'clock at the home of ! Mrs. Floyd Fitch at Hamlin I with Miss Barbara Fitch as co- hostess. Miss Lela Johnson will lead devotionals and Mrs. Arthur Dewey will be in charge of the program. Half of the Home Mission study book will be reviewed by Miss Viola Mallory and reports on the Woman's Foreign Missionary society meet at Grand Rapids will be given. Miss Barbara Fitch will be in charge of the social hour. Members are reminded to pay their dues. sermons on John 3:16 will be presented at the evening Gospel service when the pastor will speak on the topic, "The World." Special music will be furnished by the choir and selected talent during these services. A cordial invitation is extended to all interested persons to attend. COMMUNITY THE COMMUNITY — Morning worship at The Community church will be held at 10:45 with the sermon, "When Life Begins," by Rev. Paul Haskell Clark. The service of music includes the duet, "Jesus Shall Reign Where E'er the Sun," by Stults, sung by Miss Catherine Utz and Mrs. R. L. Vorce; and the organ selections, "Devotion" 7:30 o'clock, Rev. Edwardsen will preach a sermon on the topic, "Who Is This Jesus?" Two anthems will be sung by the male chorus, directed by Ted Tallefson. The Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. m. under the superin- by Moter, "The Pilgrim's Song tendency of Jacob Lunde. of Hope" by Batiste and "Marche Romaine" by Gounod, FIRST METHODIST—"Making a Better World" is the sermon , ., . - , ,.- •! TY IT <L JJCUUC1 VVUHU Irt tllC fcCUilUJU played by Mrs Myrtle Hollmger. subject t the FirsL Met hodist At 6 p m. the Young People| S I ch urch at the 11 o'clock public society will meet in the church- W01 .. sh ip this -Sunday morning. house. Robert Wayt will present Rev c E Pollock, pastor, will his motion pictures ot his trip preach through the West. Howard Wil- The service of music will in- loughby Jr. will lead the worship. The Sunday school will meet vine service will be held Bethany Lutheran > church in at 10:30 a. m. At this time, a Holy Communion service will be held and Rev. John Christensen will preach on the topic, "Who Can Forgive Sins?" Sunday school and Bible classes will convene at 9:30 a. m. and Rev. Christensen will address the pupils on the subject, "The Light That Never at 9:30 a. m. and at 10:45 a.m. a church nursery under the supervision of the Mary and Martha circle for the convenience of parents who desire to attend morning worship, will commence. elude the anthem, "Thou Art My Shepherd," by Rolfe, sung by 'the Word Received of the Death of Mrs. Emma Hall Word was received today by Mr.s. Edward Charon, 108 East Melondy street, of the death of her sister, Mrs. Harry Hall of Chicago. Mrs. Hall, daughter-in-law of William L. Hall of this city, passed away |this morning in Cook County i hospital following a severe ness. EVANGELICAL EVANGELICAL FREE—Morning worship will be held in Evangelical Free church at 10:45 o'clock with the sermon "The Name with Treasures" by the pastor, Rev. Carl G. Nicholson. At the evening service, Rev. Nicholson will preach the first of a series of sermons on the subject "What Is Coming" as revealed in the Bible. The first of these messages is entitled "The Coming King.'' , The Sunday school will con- veno at 9:30 a. m. with classes for all ages and a Young People's meeting, led by Miss Violet Lindquist. will be held at 6:45 p. m. METH OlflSt BETHANY 'METHODIST — At the 10:45 o'clock morning wor- ill- i ship service in Bethariy- 1 Metho- i dist church this Sunday, Rev. choir under the direction of Mr.s. F. E. Gilbert. Included in the organ selections, played by Mrs. Dan V. Dewey, will be "Intermezzo" by Mascagni, "Invocation" by Chopin and "Postlude" by Clark. At the Sunday school session at 9:45 a. m., the intermediate and adult departments will assemble in the central church room for a devotional program led by Arthur Dewey. Other departments will meet in their respective class rooms. LUTHERAN BETHANY LUTHERAN Di- ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN—No service or Sunday school meeting will be held at St. John's Lutheran church this Sunday as the congregation will join with Trinity Lutheran church at Manistee in the celebration of the 50th anniversary of its pastor's entry into the office of the min- istery. The service at Manistee will begin at 10:30 a. m. SCIENTISTS FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST — "Doctrine of Atonement" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Christian Science churches throughout the world on Sunday, Oct. 15. The Golden Text (I John 2:1) is: "If any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righepus." Among the Bible citations is this passage (Rev. 22:14). "Blessed are they that do His commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city." Correlative passages to be read from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following (p. 202): "The scientific unity which exists between God and man must be wrought out in life-practice, and God's will must 'be universally done." r-30UTOF5n MOTHERS relieve misery of colds externally with RUB IT ON NO DOSIN3 Mrs. Hall was, before her | Erling Edwardsen marriage. Miss Emma Bosley of i on the topic, "On this city, and a former linotype operator at The News. Mr. Hall preceded her in death about a year ago. The body will be brought to Ludington Saturday noon and will be taken to the Charon residence. Arrangements for the funeral are being made by Morrison funeral home and will 'be announced later. There is one none-fatal automobile accident in the United States every 27 seconds. will preach Being Obedient." Organ selections, played by Mrs. Eskel Olson, and two anthems;, sung by the choir, will accompany this service. At the evening service, held at Read THE send for a FREE SAMPLK COl'Y Wall Street Journal for Complete Markets and all BUSINESS—FINANCIAL- INDUSTRIAL News The Newspaper of Successful Business Men and Investors 11 BKOAU ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. Handsome Electric RADIO C LOCK Get Yours During Our PHILCO Anniversary Celebration •Ye*, this beautiful, full-size (934" wide, 7" high) Sessions self- slurting Electric Radio Clock is yours FREE •with this 1940 Anniversary Special Philco. And what a radio! Has Built-in Super Aerial System for finer American and Foreign reception. Electric Push- Iliitlon Tuning. Handsome Walnut cabinet. PHILCO 185XX It's Well To Keep Healthy and When You're Healthy You're Well! OUR DESIRE IS To Keep You Well and Happy! "From baby up to grandpa. 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James Street I ntcwducin 4-H Club in Sewing Is Organized Here FOUNTAIN^-The "I Sew You Sew" 4-H club in sewing organized for the coming year Tuesday afternoon at the school building. Officers were elected as follows: President—Mildred Jean Goff. Vice president — Mary Lou Smith. Secretary—Therese Hemmer. Treasurer—Eunice Martz Meetings will be held every two weeks on Tuesday after school. There are two beginners this ypar for the first project, Erma Matthews and Mary Lou Smith; ™ c ?Jl d year girls ai< e Maxine Matthews Phyllis VanSickle, Eunice Martz; third year, Mildred Jean Goff, Therese Hemmer; fourth year, Ella Schoenherr and Threse Hemmer. Mrs. Moran Chancellor is again club leader this year.. SAVE! SAVE!' Pay a visit to our BARGAIN BASEMENT There are many tjhings that you need, at greatly reduced prices. ^ PENNEY'S New Sixes and Eights Setting New Standards of Pride and Performance to Win in Four Great Markets! 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