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SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE NEWS OF THE MOTOR WORLD THREE CiVROLETS TODAY Sermon: "Walking with God." B.Y.P.U. meeting—6:30 p. m. day at 7:45 p. m. at the church. The study of the Book of Acts Evening Gospel service—7:30 will be taken up at this time. p. m. Sermon: "The World." Epworth League supper and Mid-week Bible study and | devotional meeting—Thursday New Models 'Put on Display at Auto Show and Throughout Nation DETROIT, Oct. 14.—Three completely re-styled series of Chevrolet passenger cars, combining greater length and width with much more massive appearance, and embodying many mechanical refinements, made their formal public bow today at the National Automobile Show and in Chevrolet dealers' salesrooms from coast to coast. Over-all length has been Increased 4 3-8 inches, a change which makes the new line outstanding for it* sleekness and grace. Chevrolet 'cars, the firm announced, again in 1938-39 outsold any other make of automobile. Improvements, aside from styling, in which sweeping changes are made, include provision of Chevrolet's exclusive vacuum power shift as a regular equipment on all models of all three series, helical syn- cro-mesh transmission with silent low and reverse as well as silent, intermediate and high, and numerous revisions affecting safety, comfort, convenience, performance, ' and long life. Knee-action and shockless steering are featured on the Special DeLuxe and Master DeLuxe series, conventional I-beam front axle with semi-elliptic springs and airplane-type shock absorbers being retained on the Master 85. I Chassis Comparison j Except for the difference in | front suspension and the use I of a slightly higher gear ratio ! on the Master 85. the chassis ! and the use of a slightly high- j er gear ratio on the Master i 85. the chassis of the three series are practically identical. AU are of the same wheelbase, and the power plant is the same throughout. It is the time-tried Chevrolet six-cylinder valve-in-head engine, revised in several particulars in the interests of silent opera- 1940 Chevrolets Make Their Bow prayer service—Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. This will be the third | study on the Gospel of Matthew. Churches ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Melendy at Harrison street) Rev. William Opitz, pastor There will be no Sunday school meeting or service at the church this Sunday. The congregation will join with the church at Manistee in celebrating Rev. Todt's 50th anniversary of service in the ministry. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST ! SCIENTIST I (Filer at Delia Street) Sunday school—9:30 a. m. i Morning worship—11 a. m. • Sermon: "Doctrine of Atone- i merit." I Testimony meeting—Wednes- l day at 8 p. m. Reading room at Delia street Topic: "Messiah's and Home Town." Choir rehearsal- p. m. Birthplace at 6 p. m. Choir rehearsal—Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Miller home were Mrs. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mahler and Lillian Miller of Scottville. and son, Gerald, of Woodland. Willard Knowles was a din- 'were week-end guests at the ner guest and spent the after-j Claude ' noon with Robert Turned Sun- \ Custer. day. Love home in South Mrs. Robert Johnson ! accompanied them here, spend- Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Sanders ing the time with her sister, and daughter, Violet, of Mus- Mrs. G. Larr, and with friends, Confirmation class meeting— ke gon, were week-end guests , Mrs. Ella Nichols and Mrs. Saturday at 10 a. m. -Friday at 8 parsonage. at CHURCH OF CHRIST (James at Court streets) H. H. Hawley, minister Service—10:30 a. m. Communion—11 a. m. Sermon—11:30 a. m. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH (The Church with the Open Door) (108 North Harrison street) Rev. Paul Haskell Clark, pastor | EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Danaher at Lavinia streets) Rev. J. A. Landin, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. English service—10 a. m. Swedish service—11:15 a. m. BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH (1107 Madison street) Rev. John Christensen, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Rev. Christensen will address win° and Church nursery—10:45 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "When Life Begins." Young People's meeting—6 p. m. in the churchhouse. Robert Wayt will ,show his moving pic- Light That Never Failed." tures. Howard Willoughby will lead the worship. Brownie Pack meeting—Mon- enU r aiice°to""church"'edifice lv ''is | , da y at 3:30 p. m. in the church- open Wednesdays and Saturdays, excepting holidays, from 2 to 5 p. m. Divine service and Holy Com- daughter. Donna, munion—10:30 a. m. Sermon: |relatives. "Who Can Forgive Sins?" Young People's meeting — at the Dan Sanders home in , Wood. i South Custer. ! Mr. and Mrs. Wolf and Mr. | Mrs. Leonard Mattox and ] and Mrs. Skiles of Rossville, daughters, Hazel and Doris, | Ind.. were recent overnight were guests Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. of Mrs. Edith Wilson and Saxton in South Custer. Mr. daughter, Mary. , Wolf and Mrs. Skiles are The Fred stahelin home in cousins of Mrs. Saxton. They South Custer is being wired i came to attend the meetings for electricity by Arthur Ad- , were in session at the German cock and Claude Norton. i Baptist Brethren church in . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glarhzi South Custer over last week- and son, Roger, were week-end end. guests of relatives in South I Be n and Joe Browant, former I u ^ i tin * rr,i T, S 'residents of Mason county were ! Carl Wing of Three Rivers gues ts of their niece, Mrs R. A. was a guest Saturday of Mrs. Saxton, Sunday. They attend- family. ec i the meeting at the German ^ i c . ,, , - .-,.-• Baptist church, Saturday. Oct. Oct. 6, in Muske°on with her 7 .1 1_ 1 t-v _ "~ 1 I * I * * the classes on the topic, "The Mrs. Jess Smith'spent Friday, and other Jr. i Tuesday at 8 p. m. Adult Confirmation class i C1O.U1 VCO. i * r> Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harter \ ^." f l s ' , of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived ' *^^'} last week and will spend two : w ." e ' a "f v weeks at the Bruce Miller and | tne countv - Mrs. j. B. Smith of Silver , is visiting her G. Stevens, and other relatives in house. meeting—Wednesday at 7:30 p. J Edwin Mojiler homes/n South) Mr. and^ Mrs^ jonn^ Roche Boy Scouts, Troop 3, and Sea- scouts—Monday at 7:30 p. m. Parents' meeting—In interest j meeting—Saturday at 10 a. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH i 9 f Cubbing, at 8 p. m. Monday j at the parsonage. (Corner Melendy and Emily j in tn e upper rear room in the i — streets) I West building. Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: sures." Girl Scouts, Troop 5, meeting — Tuesday at 4 p. m. _ ..... Mary and Martha circle meet- The Name with Trea- ing— 8 p. m. Tuesday at the | home of Miss Elizabeth Dickey. j Custer and also with friends in ] and son, Bob, drove to Flint Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7 the county. The Barters are Saturday night, Oct. 7, and p m in the church former residents of South Cus- were guests at the home of Children's Confirmation class'ter and their many friends ! their son. Harold Roche, where m I here will be glad to greet them, i they made the acquaintance • Jack Shanks, who" has spent!of the little daughter, Rose- some time with his grandpar- i mary. recently born to Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan San- Mrs. Roche. ST. STANISLAUS' CHURCH (511 Third street) Rev. Joseph Koss, pastor Low Mass—8 a. rr.. High Mass—10 a. m. ders, in South Custer, left for in Mt. Morris this his home ! week. Young People's meeting—6:45 Mlss Madge Harbison will pre- j Violet Lindquist, sent the first study from the ST. SIMON'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (Foster at Harrison streets) Rev. Dr. T. W. Albin, pastor Rev. F. H. Branigan, vicar Low Mass -6:30 a. m. and Three series of passenger cars, re-designed in the new "Royal Clipper" styling, and embodying numerous mechanical improvements to assure greater safety and comfort as well as finer performance, comprise Chevrolet's new line for 1940, introduced today. All series are much larger, overall length being increased 4% inches. The new exclusive vacuum power shift (lower left) is now regular equipment on all models of all series at no extra cost. Special De Luxe series, the Sport Sedan of which is shown at center, has a new T-spoke steering wheel with horn-blowing ring (upper right). Lower right, the 1940 Chevrolet six-cylinder vulvc-in-hcud engine, which has been improved for smoother, quieter operation, and extremely long life. New Cars Are Bigger But Prices Are Lower 0 ni I^Iiss leader. ~* ' I book, "Women and' the Way. Gospel Evangel service _ I Mrs - Harold Larson is co-host- 7:30 p. m. Sermon: "The Coming i ess King." j Badminton and ping-pong for Fall Festival— Tuesday at 8 young women will be played in ; a. m p. m. the churchhouse at 6:30 p. m. | High Mass— Ipj 30 a. m. Wednesday. i „„,.„„„ ft ~ MA7ARF »jp Badminton section of the CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Men's club meeting— Wednes- (305 East Filer street) day at 7:30 p. m. in the church- , Rev - Ar ™d E. Norton, pastor ^Sice-ll William Bacon, Custer township supervisor, is attending the supervisors' meetings in Ludington this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ohse and daughter. Geraldine, were in Riverton Saturday, Oct. 7, where they attended the wed- ing of Reinhold Thorow to Miss Genevieve Gerbers. Mr. Thurow is a nephew of Mr. Ohse. Prayer and Bible study service— Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The Book of Jonah will be studied rehearsal-Friday at Tit * service - 7:30 p. and girls are welcome. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH (Loomis at Harrison streets) Rev. C. E. Pollock, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. Public worship—11 a. m. Sermon: "Making a Better World." Junior Epworth League—5 p. m. Senior Epworth League—6:15 , with Mrs. O. C. Zook as co-host- j m - ess I Prayer service I Choir rehearsal—Thursday at; 7:3 °'P- m 7 p. m. Wednesday at With the New York Auto S/io;r i "sealed beam" lights will be' opening Oct. 15, and other ex- 1 found on practically every 1940 ; P- hibits scheduled throughout Me'model; more accessories have Finance committee meeting tion. smoothness, and lon.^ life. : country, you'll be hearing a lot '• been made "standard." These changes affect the oil system, the valve mechanism, and the camshaft, and in the two latter rases involve change In manufacturing practice as well as in design. In appearance, the 1940 about the new cars, quick look at them. Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the (Associated Press Feature Service) DETROIT—If you really don't Here's a The most drastic mechanical '. home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. change in the coming models is i Swanson, 302 North Lavinia Oldsmobile's automatic gear street. shift, eliminating both the Wesleyan Service Guild meet- standard type of clutch and the ; ing—Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at clutch pedal. This feature, how- ; the home of Mrs. Floyd Fitch, FREE METHODIST i CHURCH i (318 North Robert street) | Rev. J. L. Ilazcldine, pastor I Sundav school—10 a m. ••Preaching service—11 a. m. Evening service—7:30 p. m. Preaching- service—8 p. m. Prayer meeting—Thursday at 7:30 p. m. GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH (Court at Harrison streets) Rev. Knight W. Dunkerley, rector Holy Communion—8 a. m. Church school—10 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon —11 a. m. Sermon: "The Vices of Broadmindedness." Evening prayer and sermon— 5 p. m. in St. James' church, Pentwater. I'm Sick and Tired of Worrying TONIGHT I'm going to pack my bags and go where worries can't follow me. I'm heading south — down into the duck country—for a little real living. I don't know where I'll land... don't care. There's no road that isn't velvet to my Nash's Arrow-Flight Ride...no hill that can defy my engine's power . . . no cold weather that can't become Spring with the Nash Weather Eye.* I'll sleep in my Nash convertible bed, with a thousand stars for company. Want to come along? I'm not spending much. You don't have to—on a Nash. Find out about it—quick! Chevrolet is new from bumper ! want to buy a 1940 model auto- to mumper. Bodies, fenders, 'Trtobile it would be well Iff ke't'p hood, and frame are complete- | away from the automobile Iv re-designed, to embody low- .shows or the retail salesrooms— .slunq; uraoe. Those chantros ' because the motorcar industry result also in increased stabil- this year has turned out some itv. since they lower the center i of the finest looking cars in its car as a history. except for Sleek isn't the word for them. trim and extra equipment, are ' They all look bigger and more ' " " of gravity of the whole. Changes, the same on all three series. Loxver and Wider radiator grille, one of the most. obvious outward changes, is much lower and wider. The massive chrome- plated horizontal bars at the lower part of this unit sweep outward to include the fender area formerly occupied bv auxiliary louvers. Tho alligator-jaw type hood has a deep, prarefullv-roundod nose and is designed in such a way that the line along which it hood is closed. The hood is ever, is to be optional equip- Hamlin. ment, at a small additional cost, j Woman's Foreign Missionary All units are priced lower t society meeting—Wednesday at than comparable types of last '2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. year. Where prices have not ac- ' Peter Mulder, 207 North Ferry tually been cut. additional street. equipment has been made stan- ! Girl Scout meeting—Wednes- dard. The price reductions have j day at 3:45 p. m. in the church, been made on the expectation, Prayer meeting and study! of increased sales. Leading ob- i hour—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.j PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH (207 West Ludington avenue) Parvin C. Lee, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. •'Worship service—11 a. m. ' '''Evangelistic ' service—7:45 p. m. Evening services on Tuesday and Friday—7:45 p. m. Uusier Mrs. Ella Burdick of the Wilson district was a guest Mon- I day evening of Mrs. George .'Turner. - — -.... •.•••••;. ! John Gla-ding of Detroit, a resident of Custer 35 years ago when he. lived with his grand- THE SALVATION —Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service — Thurs- > massive than ever- even the servers of the industry are look-i for one hour only. 'lowest priced units'look like the in & f° r the production and dis-: Cafeteria supper—Wednesday, $2000 car of a few years back tribution of approximately 4,-' beginning at 5:30 p. m., served ' Gone almost entirely is' the 000 - 000 miits in tne 194 ° model; by the ladies of the Fourth ', "shark nosed" appearance o f sea - son ' • | Ward division of the Ladies'Aid. __.,__ _ I last year. The chrome-plated ; ,, Approximately 85 percent of society at the home of Mrs. Jay j day at 7:30 p. m. i grilles are ret-iined' many of tnesc Wl)1 ^ accounted for by Lyon, 408 First street. There will i — •them' have been "lowered. but "} e lovv , P rlc «l 8"™?. headed by , also be a White Elephant sale j the hood has been straightened Chevrolet Ford and Plymouth, at that time and place, .up. Most of the new models '» L1 ? at oi'der Ford has added a , Choir rehearsal-Thursday at the alligator tvno of hood front cncl stabilizer to his mod- 7:30 p. m. in Hudson parlors. nit aiu n itLUi L}|JL Ui uuuu , r-hovrnlot line HouolnnoH a I TTir.nl lor-Hivo ~f T,,,,f:4...4-,, mother, Mrs. Germain.e and sister, Maude Glading, in the „ „ ,„„ „ ... „ ... x ,Brumstrum house which was (Hall at 108 South Rath avenue) |tnen north of tne Elmer smith Adjutant Kyle Piercy | home, was a guest of William . Sunday school—10 a. m. I Weeks Sunday. i Devotionals—11 a. m. I The Eugene Smith family of \ Public service—7:30 p. m. Ludington were guests Sunday Scouts. Troop 7. meeting:at the home of Mrs. Mary el.s. Chevrolet has developed a' Final lecture of Institute of Carryin^ batteries under the ; "completely new car," which ; International Understanding — hood cove"-, most of the new'. lo °ks m ° re . tna " ever "* e some , Thursday at 8:15 p. m. in Gray of its older brothers in the Gen- ! hall, eral Motors line. Plymouth not only by Rummage. sale-Saturday, in fflpA.^; a "&&££ : s »HH £i™ I«» I" AMS ^^T y ^ i lhe c "" reh ta ^ ent the instrument panel. Finger- , , , , , . . . tip . gear shifting immediately ' m ,S"^S s ^n^r^t^SK i undcV the st^rinB wheel Is vlr- . widc ^ bodies and ^ eate ^ tually universal. There are few mechanical departures in the coming year's models, most of the designers'' gage space. attends! Custer Lewis Warner who efforts having been to make the ; Western State Teachers' college vehicles roomier and more at- i at Kalamazoo, spent last week- tractive to the eye. The new i end with his father, Thomas so that access to the engine compartment can be gained only after releasing a control knob under the dash with the car. Releasing of the latter allows the hood's spring-loaded hinijes to raise the nose, giving "access to a secondary lock which releases it the rest of the way. This secondary lock prevents the hood from being jarred or ' blown open while the car is • is desirable, the survey dis- in motion, even if the dash closes, because winter condi- lock should be accidentally re- ;tions come much sooner than leased. I the average motorist realizes. Bodies are larger, inside and jU. S. weather bureau records out, and are also more rigid, ishow that freezing tempera- Seats are wider, and ley-room 'tures arrive in many sections and head-room are increased, early in October and last un- Wider doors make for easier j til in April. During these ; Mrs TH-TIPS Mr-Master ingress and egress. Numer- : seven months the temperature ! wV, Hnrolfl Kint nf ous interior refinements, which ! variations may range within a I ..,„, ;' "Lf TneVrinv " amon * the three series, i few days time as much as 60 j ^h^^sLr-iSw! Mrs. W. J.! WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. R. E. Omark. pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. BETHANY METHODIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. Erling C. Edwardsen, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m Jacob Lunde, superintendent. Morning- worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "On Being Obedient." Evening service—7:30 p. m. Sermon: "Who Is This Jesus?" Women's Foreign Missionary ; society meeting—Tuesday at j 7:45 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Carlton Benson, 206!/ 2 North Park street. Mid-week service — Wednes- Wing. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hoffman were guests Sunday of Mrs. Hoffman's mother, Mrs. Uri Miller. Other guests at the Warner of North Custer. A. Stewart was a guest Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Dewey Brandenburg. | Mr. Bernard Walker was a j week-end guest at the Jess i Smith home. I Don Schultz of Grand Rapids] was a week-end guest at the j home of his parents, Mr. and MR. MOTORIST: vary result in luxury, comfort and convenience unmatched in pre- ' vious years' models. In the | Special DeLuxe series these ' Items include an Illuminated clock recessed . in the glove compartment door, and a light within the coinpartmeht .which turns on automatically ii.when the door is opened, regardless of whether the other car lights are on or off. ' Emerson at her home in Custer. Motorists Radiator Protection NEW YOR£"octi'.:i4.UJw ! inter radiator protection begins for m , ai A V f n vl otorists bft '9*P the end of October, according to a ; national survey covering the use of anti-freeze preparations, some car owners out in antifreeze as early as Sept. 20. Bv the middle of . November 57 percent of motorists - who use a non-boiling anti-freeze have put it in their radiators as a means of winter-long protec- XI Oil. These facts have been gathered from motorists in 259 J 0 " 1 ^ 1 "^ 68 ' ran ein.K from 500 to 5,000,000 in population, and on farms in lie counties throughout the country. Early automotive protection NOTICE! Don't get caught by cold snaps—be sure that your car radiator can stand a drop in temperatures —Go today to your Garage or Service Station and have an anti-freeze compound put in your radiator. It costs less in the long run. The Reliable Tire Accessories Co. Play Safe! WHY DON'T YOU TRADE YOUR CAR ON A NEW NASH? Tins nig 117"-WheMa!- Nash Set/an .. .99 hors power. . . Costs Onh DELIVERED AT FA CTOR Y Standard Equipment and federal Taxes Included Now On Display — See It And Drive Itl We want you to drive it. Your Nash Dealer has one ready , with the engine running. Get in and go/ MATT UBKA. Scottville,"Mich. One Stop Here... You're Ready for Winter ONE-STOP Winterizing service is our specialty. Change oil and grease, check battery, tires and radiator connections, add antifreeze—a complete job at a low price assuring you quicker, easier starling and more satisfactory winter driving. ONE-STOP here and you're ready for winter. Drive in today and play safe! What's Baby Dumpling's latest caper ED'S SUPER SERVICE Corner of Rowe Street and Ludington Ave- PHONE 261 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER YOUR CAR. Find out when you read BlONDfE daily in The Ludington Daily News Starting Monday, Oct. 16 Is YOUR Car Ready To Let You Enjoy It? • Motor Tune-up • Generator Work • Electrical Work • Lubrication • Washing • Simonizing• Tire Repairing • Battery Service This is the time of the year to get out and get around! But before you do, drive your car in and let us tune it up for cold- weather driving. A checkup NOW will save time and money later. Stop in! STOP HERE FOR EXPERT MOTOR AND BODY WORK Ludington Auto Sales "OVER 20 YEARS OF SATISFYING O>VNEJIS" Phone 600 We Call For and Deliver Your Car

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