The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 16, 1939 · Page 6
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'AGE SIX THE DAILY' NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. News From Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center j MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Horn* 12G-F-14.) MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1939. Elect Members Layerne Brown Is 1940 Committee j Birthday Honoree •The Mason County Agricultural Conservation committee for 1940 was elected Saturday morriing at a convention held at EJcottville Community hall, attended by delegates .from all of trie committees in the county. |,These delegates and committees had been chosen at district meetings held on Friday evening. Oct. 13. Loyal L. Bagley of Sherman township was chairman of the i Mrs. Lawrence Brown enter- I tained Friday in honor of the [.second birth'day anniversary of her son, Lnvernc Brown. The children enjoyed games and play, while the mothers vi.sited. Lorna Brown, sister the honor guest, assisted in directini the play. Ice cream, cuke, milk and .sandwiches were served at .'i prettily appointed table. Balloons were used as decorations and later Mrs. Omer York and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crume of Peru, Ind., over the week-end. Mrs. Long and daughter returned Thursday from Detroit where they spent a few days with Mr. and | Mrs. Curtiss Meads and George j Long. ! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gordon and ' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Estlow have ; returned from the Upper Pe- ;ninsula, where they have spent the past tvyo weeks, enjoying a ; hunting trip. i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kinney. Miss Vernice Kinney and I mother, drove to North Carolina ; recently, taking their aunt who has spent the summer here, | back to her home. They re! turned Friday evening ' after ].spending two weeks on their j trip. The Gilbert K. Chesterton Study club of St. Jerome's day with George A. Towns of Pere Marquette township, first member, Ranold G. Thurow, second member, Louis .Boyer of Custer, first alternate and Searle Barnett of Logan, second alternate. Miss Edna M. Eschels of Sherman township was re-oppointed secretary- iniluc treasurer by the committee at i John the conclusion of the election. immediately following the ele'c- j gifts on the "occasion. The following delegates attended the county meeting held at Community hall, Scottville, Saturday morning: Carl , S. Odean, Amber; Louis Boy, j er, Branch-Ouster; William L. ' During the past given to the little folks and each also received a toy as a favor. ~.*.,^^ m^vcu x-nuuv iu Present were Dfck Carlson and i house just completed by Dr C mother. Mr.s. Arnold Carlson, Le- i M. Spencer, The house 'is locat- .. ,. - „ _ „.. f^f i, , l'Vi»JlIi\^O church will meet. Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. William Kilpatrick with Mrs. William Wagar as co-hostess Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wallace moved Saturday from Baldwin to the house on East State street, just vacated by Mr. and Airs. H. Brooke. Mr. and Mrs Brooke moved Friday to the new Hiram Dever. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson are moving into the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Wever. on South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. G. Willoughby and son have moved from the Meads apartments on East State street to the Moore house on South Main street. Mrs. Albert Hapner of Scottville, Waldo Smith, Wan eta and I William Smith of Custer and | Mrs. Orval Sanders of Spring Lake, sister, brother, nieces and nephew, attended the funeral in Boyne Falls Friday for their relative, George Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bockstanz and the la tier's sister. Miss Eldonna Bockstanz attended the University of Michigan-Iowa college football game at Ann Arbor Saturday. They were accompanied to Kalamazoo by Mrs. Bockstanz' mother Mrs. Frank Bosworth, who visited her daughter. Miss Carol Bosworth. student, nurse at Bronson hospital. All returned to their homes Sunday evening. MICHIGAN 4-H DAIRY TEAM TO WORLD'S FAIR . . , roy Lee and mother. Mrs. Ernest ! ed on North rn^hm" of ^ hS'^esf ^d ! Chish± "C, De'e Brown . ' Mrl En i^ mak n" " Anderson inrimtle son inri nvrrs i h\,,,l inri Thomas street Charles T Transformers Are Rewired by R. E. A. )f lovely part of the city. fs. Floyd Wever . - - - their household i goods and will store them for the present at the Charles Alison homo. Mrs. Wever will join I Mr. \Vever soon at Ionia, where ! he is employed with his uncle Farm Bureau Meets at Ludeman Home { LINCOLN RIVER. _ The Lini coin River Community Farm | bureau met Thursday evenine ihompV 1 V le E - T - Ludeman home, Fountain Route 1, with ! eight families represented j J. M. Eschels. newly elected |pi evident presided at the meeting which was opened bv sing-*'^T rica ' The Beautiful" Michigan, My Michigan," S IX main stops In the production of qiKility milk formed tho clu- imiiistnitlon of tlic two 4-H Jlic'hi- pan lioys above who won state honors anil trips to the San Krnnoisco world's fair. They will participate in the finals of the na- tiunal 4-H dairy production demonstration contest at the National Dairy Show, Golden Gate Kxposition,, October 21-"ii. The boys are Clare JlcUhan, 17, who owns a small dairy herd, and Lawrence Eckluncl, JR. who helps care for a 30-i-ow herd and deliver milk in Charlevoix. They will represent Charlcvolx county, and were coached by Orvllle Walker and IS. C. Wellenuamp, county njiunt. • • • The six steps to produce quality milk are healthy cows and attendants, (•leaning: off the cow before milking 1 , use of the small top milk pail and dome strainer with pad, prompt cooling and sterilized ut«u- slls. The contest Is belnyr conducted by the extension servleo for tho third year to .encouragu clubstors to learn and practlcu trood dairy methods and demcn- strate them to others. • * • Tlia team receives all-expense trips to San Francisco through tho Kraft- 1'hentx Cheese Corporation which provides J250 and J100 scholarships, respectively, for members of the first and second placing teams among Central stales. Meet to Arrange Masquerade Ball VICTORY "CORNER — The committees in charge of the [Victory Corners PT-A masquerade ball which is to be given Friday, Oct. 27, at the Victory townhall met Tuesday, Oct. 10, to discuss arrangements. It has been decided to give prizes to the best "dressed lady and gentleman, also to the most comic couple. The next committee meeting will be held Oct. 17 at the school. This will be a quilting bee for the ladies while the men will stamp tickets. Every committee member is urged to be 'present. with Mrs. Loyal Bagley accompanying at the piano. Mrs. Robert Anderson, discussion leader, read several laws affecting farmers and led in group discussion of them. Loyal Bagley gave a talk on the Farm Survey , which will be undertaken in this j county soon. Vern Eppard was elected delegate from Lincoln River to attend the annual state Farm Bureau meeting to ! be held at Lansine: Nov. 9 and 10. A brief discussion on "What's Wrong with Agriculture", led by H. P. Anderson and a short reading, "Tater Digging Time," brought the meeting to a close. Mrs. Ludeman served refreshments to the group which consisted of Mr. and Mrs. John I Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Bag- lley and children, Mr. and Mrs. | Harry Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. ; P. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. jEschels, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Ep- William Groth made a business trip to Ludington Friday. (Mrs. Al Peterson and Miss Mary Visgaudls spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Richard Castonia. Freesoil nard Mr and Mrs Tnmp* RPH Mr. and Mr.s. Jolm Wobshall nett Mrs R J Anir^fn nnri aml daughter, Lorraine. Arlenc, iHniiaMpr T^Ann O«H iS^ if Audrey and La Vern of Mil- Snd g hoste? Mr' 5Sd Mrs E °T waukee ' arrived hcve Sunday ' 1 Ludeman Oct - 8 and s l )ent the week at the ! The next meeting will be held ^ kowiak nome in North Frce ' ; Nov. 17 at the Bagley home. Mrs Edith LitUp of LaurcncCi i There were only 1,612 deaths ^ ho was a s \ iest ° r Mr ' ?, 1 } t L Mr>s : from influenza in Texas in 1938 Laurence Tobcy from Wednes... *"° iooo, fay to Saturday, spent the clay, compared with 3,675 in 1937. Noise travels aoout one foot , Friday, with Mr.s. E. M. Stephen.s. Burrell Lydic visited his Free- j faster per second for every de- ! ,, , •„ , , >gree increase in temperature I soil nomc Frltla y. Pleiness. Eden; Edward S. Karas, Freesoil-Meade; Anthony W. Thurston, Grant; .Searle Barnett, Logan; George A. Towns, Pere • .iMarquette-Sum - week the transformers at the sub-stations of the REA have been rewired and the voltage brought down to 120. It will now be all right for any one to plug in radios, with- mit; Ranold G. Thurow, River- |out any danger of trouble and ton; Sam Baushke, Sheridan; Frank Comstock. local manager, Loyal L. Bagley, Shejrian and also announces that any persons Joseph G*. Ruba, Victory-Ham- now using resistant coils for their lin. I radios, should remove them in Officers of the county com- j order to have .sufficient power mittee are: Chairman—Loyal L. j to run the radios. This will take Bagley., Freesoil, R. 1; Vice) care of one source of trouble on chairman—George A. Towns.,! the REA the post summer, as too Ludington, R. I; regular mem-j much power has made trouble her—Ranold G. Thurow., Scott- I for radio ussrs. ville, R. i; First alternate—j The number of subscribers to Louis Boyer., Custer, R. 1: second j the REA is constantly growing alternate-—S e a r 1 e Barnett., new homes and farm buildings Branch, R surer—Edna soil, R. 1. 1; M. secretary-trea- are being wired every day. On Eschels., Free- Oct. 14, it was announced that there were 628 .subscribers connected with the lines. The win- The following delegates were .__ „ „._„. ^^ „,„_ elected at the various district ter coming on. is speeding up the meetings held about the county '- ^ ' ..*-... •Friday evening. Amber—CarlS.'Odean, chairman; Roy A. Chilberg, vice chairman; Percy M. Gordon, regular member. Ouster-Branch—Louis Boyer, •chairman; Floyd Wood, vice chairman; Clarence Russell, regular member. Eden—William L. Pleiness, chairman; John Wilson, vice chairman; George W. Peterson,| regular member. I | Freesoil-Meade—Edward S. Karas, chairman; Clifford Tubbs, vice chairman; Irving Howell, regular member, Grant—Anthony W. Thurston, work and it is expected "that quite a number more will be connected up before the holidays. Scotlville Locals Mrs. Minnie Long and daughter, Dora Jane, entertained chairman; Robert G. Keson vice chairman; Henry Wissner, regular member. Logan—Searle Barnett, chair- , man; D. C. Spuller, vice chair- I man; Mike M. Tyndall, regular * member. Summit-Pere Marquette— George Towns, chairman; Ervon! -Kistler, vice chairman; Bert I VanLoon, regular member Riyerton-Jlanold G. Thurow chairman; Floyd L. Pleiness, vice 'chairman; Jerry F. Sus- chil, regular member. Sheridan—Sam B a u s h k e, chairman; Ellis Roach, vice chairman; John Manales.regu- lar member. Sherman—Loyal L. Bagley, chairman; Frank Mercer, vice chairman; George Chevis, regular member. Victory and Hamlin—Joseph G. Ruba, chairman; William A. Moberg, vice chairman; Algot Johnson, regular member. Newlyweds Return Homejafter Trip Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Peterson returned Friday evening frorv a week's wedding trip to Chicago, Milwaukee and other points around Lake Michigan. The marriage of Miss Adeline Rutouski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rutouski of Ludington to LeRoy Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson of this ;City, was an event of Oct 7. The marriage took place at St. Stan- flslaus' rectory, the Rev. Joseph Koss reading the service Marie Rutouski, sister of the bride and MUSs Norma Peterson, sister of >"the groom were the bride's at•! teadante, while Don Rutouski /'brother of the bride and Ted | t , Green attended the groom. f The bride wore a lovely cream ; Colored lace gown and veil, her "'"^•tyi Miss Rutouski wore dusty : .satin and Miss Peterson. .,,_jri shadow organdie, all made 5oor length. fallowing the service, supper *-- u -rved at the home of the parents, in 'Ludington. and Mrs. Peterson left ,|i; week's honeymoon. They sift home now in the house frflSMsated by Mi', and Mrs. m Wever. »e pride Is a popular Luding*^-1 and the groom has grown •*--^ln Scottville, where ..,. two years he has _ the Standard Oil sta- iorth Main street. •boundaries of the of the United Wltlv NOTICE RUMMAGE SALE At Eastern Star Hall TUESDAY, OCT. 17. Sponsored by the Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. Church Scottville. Scotlville "AIR CONDITIONED" TONIGHT and TUESDAY ITS ALL ABOUT MEN! Star-crowded hit play that puts women under the microscope — and tells! and tells! and tells! ROSALIND RUSSELL with Mary BOLAND • Paulette GODDARD • Phyllis POVAH \loan FONTAINE • Virginia /WEIOLER • Luclle WATSON f'om thePiaybyCJARl BOOTH E .,. j —ADDED— I i Musical Comedy, "Sagebrush * I Serenade," Merrie Melody Car- I I toon and FOX News. *' Shows 6:45-9:15. ii * Admission 2ac-10c. w** w i I* THREE BIG WAREHOUSES OF USED FURNITURE MUST BE DISPOSED OF REGARDLESS OF PRICE . THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1939 SALE CALLED AT 9 A. M. SHARP. Al My Storage House 1 Mile Easl of Branch or </ 2 Mile Soulh and 1 Mile Easl of US-10 al Branch. The Largest Furniture Sale lhal I have ever had here. Pianos Player Pianos 2 Electric Pianos 1 Sel Trap Drums (6 pieces) 2 Radios 5 Viclrolas Book Cases 2 Wriling Desks Dining Room Suite Parlor Suile Davenport Beds. (Baby Beds). Springs Box Spring for Beds Mattresses (new) Chifforobes Chairs (Rocking Chairs) Tables Ice Boxes Dre.vsers Dressing Tables 5 Vanily Dressers Chest of Drawers Buffet Side Boards 2 Electric Washing , Machines 1 Porch Swing 2 Oil Heaters Rugs Day Beds Kilchen Cabinets China Closets Electric Lamps Electric Irons Library Tables 1 Large Tent, 40'x90' Many Small Articles loo Numerous to Menlion TERMS: Sums of $10 and under, Cash. Over that amount up to 6 monlhs' time on notes approved by clerk of sale. If you expect to give u note please arrange with clerk before bidding. No properly to be removed until settled for on day of sale. H. BOSTROM, PROP. JOS. SANDERS, Auctioneer JOS. SANDERS, Clerk. Ladies' Aid of Baldwin Will Serve Hot Lunch All Day- sA Tip, S Thursday—Friday October 18fh—19th—20th HELENE SAILER Nationally Known Cooking Expert To Be Held At The Kozy Theatre Three Mornings Starting At 9:3O A. M. COOKING SCHOOL Prizes Given Away Each Day Make Your Plans Now to Attend THE LUDINGTON DAILY NI

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