The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 18, 1939 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that you can show your sucsts 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. Special Meeting — Ludington city commission will hold a special meeting at the city hall at 7:30 o'clock tonight. To Meet—The Parent-Teacher association oi' Foster school will meet on Friday, Oct. 20, at the school. Radio Club — The Ludington Amateur Radio club will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening at Ludington high sdhool. Major Surgery—Mrs. Roy Nelson of Scottvllle underwent major surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. Choir—The choir of The Community church will meet for rehearsal Thursday at 7 p. m. in the church. Admitted—Mrs. Virginia DeWitt of Irons was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital for medical treatment on Monday. Surgery—Mrs. Audrey Cory of Scottville. Route 3, underwent surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital on Monday. Treatment—Martin Ancicr- zaek. 503 Fourth street. was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital for medical treatment on Monday. Fracture- -Herman S t a d 1 e r. Ludinnton, Route 1. who wa.s admitted to Pi'utina Stearn.s hospital for treatment of a fractured lej; on Monday is reported im- provin; 1 ,. PT-A •-- The Parent-Teacher association »i Longfellow .school will meet, on Friday evening at 8 o'clock instead of at 7:30 o'clock as it has previously been announced. Summit Club—The Summit Extension club will meet on Thursday. Oct. 26. at 10 a m.. for an ail-day meeting instead of on Thursday. Oct 19. a.s was erroneously announced in The Social Calendar. To Mt. Pleasant—Mrs. A. M. Schohl and son. Eugene, of 411 North Rath Avenue, motored to Mt. Pleasant recently to meet Mrs. Schohl's grandmother, Mrs. L. O. Chatterton, who will visit at the Schohl home. Dorcas—Members of the Dorcas society of Emanuel Luthean church will meet at 8 o'clock this evening at Luther hall. Each member is requested to bring a guest as a Hallowe'en party will be held after the regular business meeting. C. D. A.—Members of Court Ludington No. 745, Catholic Daughters of America are requested to bring clothing for the rummage sale to the Roehrig building, opposite the Ludington State bank, on Friday afternoon. To Milwaukee—Mis-s Myrtle Shinsky, 201 East Melendy street, left this noon for Milwaukee where she will attend funeral services for her'aunt, Mrs. Susan! Bertrand, who passed away on Monday. The service will be held on Thursday morning. Pancake Supper—All interested persons arc reminded of the pancake supper sponsored by the Parent-Teacher association of Foster school, "to be served on Thursday evening, Oct. 19. at the school. Serving will begin at 5:30 p. m. and continue until 8:30 p. m. Music Sponsors—There will be an important meeting of the Music Sponsors club at Oriole hall at 8 o'clock this evening. All parents who have boys and girls in the band or orchestra are requested to attend this meeting. Circle Meeting—Circle 4 of St. John's Lutheran church will meet on Thursday afternoon a' the home of Mrs.'William Nan- kee. 312 North William .street. Members are asked to be present at 2 o'clock. Each member is requested to bring a package for a five-cent grab sale. Marehido PT-A—The Parent- Teacher association of Marchi- '. do school will meet on Friday > evening at 8 o'clock. A program is being prepared for this meeting by Mrs. Bert VanLoon and Mrs. Harry Applcdorn. Instead of the usual potluck luncheon, doughnuts. pumpkin pie and coffee will be served by a committee. ! R. N. A.—The regular meeting; of Washington camp No. 542.; Royal Neighbors of America, will- be held at 7:30 o'clock this cve- nin» in i.o.O.F. hall. The first Practice Meet Is Held at Baldwin on Tuesday Afternoon The Ludington hlgli school debate team, coached .by Maurice Tallefson, journeyed to Baldwin Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 17, where it met Big Rapids, defending champions of the Six-Bee Debate conference, in a practice debate. Members of the team were accompanied by a large delegation of fellow debaters and other interested per- game of the pinochle scries to be played between members of the camp and members of the Ladies Arbeiter society was scheduled to have been played at 2:15 o'clock this afternoon. District Nurses —The Ludington District Nurses' association will hold a banquet at the Hart Country club on Wednesday evening, Oct. 25. Miss Olive Sewell of Lansing will be guest speaker. All nurses who wish to attend the banquet arc asked to call Mrs. Lucille Sundholm at Paulina Stearns hospital not later than Monday evening, Oct. 23, for reservations. sons. The debate, opening both schools' 1939-40 season, proved exceedingly interesting, both teams giving excellent first accounts of themselves. There was no decision on this debate. Ludington's squad, composed of Walter Arndt, Clarence Willis and Vernon Fitch in the order of their constructive speeches, handled the negative side of the question: "Resolved, That the Federal Government Should Own and Operate the Railroads." Upholding the affirmative for Big Rapids were Gerald Grunst, Helen Sack and Ben Fairman. Harry Wisner is debate coach of Biy Rapids. A new debate class has been instituted in Ludington high j school this year under the tutorship of Maurice Tallefson, composed of the following students: Jayne Andersen, Betty Anderson, Walter Arndt, Barbara Burnett, Jack Chauvez, Calvin Cox, Harry Edwardsen, Marcia Mae Ely, Vernon Fitch, George Hansen, Joan Martin, Frederick Nelson, George Palm, Peggy Parrott, Richard Shilan- der, Shirley Strahan, Doris Vogel> Madeline Wilbur, Clarence Willis and Donald Young. All of these students accompanied the team to Baldwin. There will be several other practice debates with neighboring schools before Ludington gets under way with its first scheduled debate Nov. 10. EARLY HI! H. Otto Hansen, resident of Ludington for 48 years, passed away early this morning at his home at 1311 South Madison street at the end of a lingering illness. He was 67 years of age. Mr. Hansen was born on Nov. 27, 1871, in Falster, Denmark. He spent his early life in that country and came to the United States in 1891. In Ludington he had been engaged in the profession of blacksmith and millwright and was affiliated with The Community church. He was also a member of the Danish Brotherhood of Ludington. Mr. Hansen was married on April 30, 1902, to Karen Marie Paulsen, who survives him. Also surviving are four sons, Er- Prompt response to Ambulance calls ni'g/il and Jnv. ^1 --4. Phone 43S-W Ludington, Mich. vlng, Edward and Harold of Ludington and Martin of New York City; three sisters, Mrs. H. J. Christofferson of Pasadena, Calif., and Mrs. Marie Rasmussen and Mrs. Dorothea Nelsen in Denmark, and two grandsons. Funeral services are being arranged by Dorrell funeral home and will be announced later. Freesoil Miss Helen Bennett of Ludington visited her parents and other relatives here Sunday. The Indian Princess Watassa of the Michigan T. B. association, visited the Grade department of the Freesoil school Thursday. She wore a Navajo costume. Mr. and Mrs. WlUlam The Senior class of the Free- and daughter of Lake Clfy, soil high school has begun were guests Sunday of Mr. and practice on the play "Easy Mrs. George Bayle and Rev. Money." J. H-Rayle. KEEP YOUR MODERN COLORS BUYER'S INDEX Sale 1C Sale PYROFAX Trade-Mark GAS SERVICE Cooks—Heats Water—Makes Ice in Homes Beyond the Gas Mains CHARLES PETERSON West Filer St., Ludington Phone 680 WITH THIS ULTRA-MODERN HOOVER "305" COLGATE'S TOOTH POWDER, (riant size, 35c; Large size, 20c; 55c Value for Only COLGATE'S SHAVING CREAM, Lather or Brushless, 2-25c tubes CASHMERE BOUQUET LOTION, Giant size, 35c; Large size, 20c; 55c Value Only I'EBECO TOOTH PASTE, 50c; Powder, 25c; 75c Value Only Lewis Drug Store PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 123 E. Ludington Ave. Ludington, Mich. 36c 26c 36c THE BEST LUBRICATION tn Town And Only 75c! We Use ALEMITE Greases SUBURBAN SERVICE STATION Lud. 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Take the springs — not simply the great soft-action spirals that cushion the car, but even the valve springs. After they're shaped and tempered 'and finished there's likely to be here and there a tiny scratch on the surface of the steel. * Truni/>nrlnlion based an rail rales, state mid laciiltuxes (if tiny), of>/iaiin/f'/tiifi»tent /in./accessories — extra. I'riffs su/r- jcd In change <iv it/tout notice. Such a scratch conceivably might start a fracture. So we shot-blast our springs — to heal such tiny scratches, "pcening" the surface in miniature like hammered silver. * Al1 through tins massive, powerful, beautiful car you'll find special precaution like that. For example, we used to balance by weight all sets of parts in our tornadic Dynattash straight-eight engine, to cancel out even a hint of "rough." We do that still, but now we do more. 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