The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 18, 1939 · Page 5
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 5

Ludington, Michigan
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Wednesday, October 18, 1939
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fc" WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE *1 SCOTTVILLE News From Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Hom» 126-F-14.) Mcny. Violin solo—Arthur Lister. Guitar and vocal music—Dolly and Lyle Witte. Alte; 1 the program lunch will be served by Mesdames John O'Connell and Neal Ford. Cleanup committee will be Mr. O'Connell and Mr. Ford. Services Are Held for Mrs. Kolberg er, secretary, and Smith, treasurer. Sylvia Beyers, Ole Mrs. Ethel Mesdames Thompson, Ethel Smith and Esther Smith were appointed a ways and means The next meeting will be held in Munistee Sunday. at Victory community hall Fri- | Mrs. B. Peterson, Ruth McClel- day evening, Nov. 10. Ian and Earl Lexaw were cnter- tained at dinner at ^he Mrs. Matilda Nelson, who has : Richards home Sunday. Frank .spent, several weeks at the Ko'l- berg home, returned to her home Creek has returned home after spending a lew days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beale of Mrs. Lillinn Walker of Battle ' Center Victory spent Friday aft- errioofi with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Beale. Mrs. Henry Parker spent Friday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. Hans Jensen of South Victory. _ Begin to Serve Hot Noon Lunches to School Children On Monday the local school had its first hot lunch session, with Mrs. Fern Pepperman in charge. The dish served' Monday was vegetable soup and on Tuesday baked beans were served. An attempt will be made to have a vaiie'ty. Foods received from the department include rice, beans, flour, corn meal, cracked wheat, grapefruit juice and butter. Other supplies must be obtained in other ways. One student brought a half bushel of tomatoes Monday, and these are being canned by Mrs. Pepperman for use in chili, tomato soup and other dishes. Vegetables, meat or meat stock, eggs Hiram MarHn hivP nf CHAMBER SCHOOL.—Funeral fv!i £IJT^ V „ -TT J i » service.* were held at Dorrell thesnext meeting, "Fun Night,' | chapcl Tuesday afternoon, Oct. Oct. 30 at Amber hall. Scollville Locals The infant daughter of and Mrs. Abbie has been named 110, for Mrs. Se'lma Kolberg who passed away Sunday morning, Mr ]Oct. 8, after a lingering illness. ' ' Rev. J. A. Landin, pastor of Emanuel Lutheran church, spoke words of comfort to the bereaved family. Many beautiful floral piece.s which covered and surrounded the casket bore mute testimony of the love and esteem in which the deceased was held. Pallbearers were Algot, Otto and Charles Kolberg and Clarence Close, sons and sons-in-law Want To Get Rich Quick... Or Wealthier Every Day? She was born Friday at Butterworth hospital in Grand Rapids. ButleFSchooTPT-A to Have Program BUTLER SCHOOL.—A meet- _j. T-» i I 1 ,•*-. A. i-iiW^- wnjow., ovjuo ciAIU O WHO — Ill-Id W ^Sci^cVaWW promptly at 8 p. m. Friday. ment was in North victory cem- Officers will form the commit- etery The community extends tee on arrangements. They are .,i ncere sympathy to the be- Miss Amelia schacffrr. presi- Leaved family. dent; John Lister, vice president, i ana Miss Ruth Smedberg, .secretary. Following is the program to be j tion of Chamber school met Fripresented: I day evening. Oct. 13, and a fine PT-A Meeting Held The Parent-Teacher associa- and a few other articles will be | Vocal selection - - Gust Von I program was given by the pupils. _t _i :._ _i__. i ^ t 1.1 f^. 1 r» \-\ 11 mi_ ,. r.-. 11 _ :,_ _- i; r : _ _ _. needed in order to make the best use of the surplus foods. The kitchen at the school is rapidly being furnished with the needed equipment. Soup Glahn. j The following officers were Piano solo—Frances Hess. '.elected for the coming year: Mrs. Vocal solo—Mrs. C. Hemmer. I C. M. Gustafson was re-elected Vocal selection—Beth Colby. I president; Mrs. Charles Smith, Concertina m u .s i c — Albert \ice president; Miss Esther Park- dishes, knives, forks and spoons, j — cooking kettles and baking I equipment have been provided, i In speaking of the- project Mrs. Orve Pittard, president of) the Parent-Teacher ass'n which 1 ' is sponsoring tne plan, suggested that the children bring some of these supplies. One suggestion was that it could be worked i out in groups with, for instance, j four children bringing eggs, so that muffins could be made, or possibly at butchering time some could bring meat. Vegetables to use with the cereals will also be acceptable. While the plan is still new, it seems to have many possibilities and it would seem that it will be of great benefit. Plans Are Made to Sponsor Party Plans for a Hallowe'en party , wore discussed at the Rotary ' club meeting Monday evening. Tlio committee composed of Arnold Carlson. Harold San- : decs and Fred J. Reader Jr., will have charge of arrangements. A program of interest will be planned to keep the youngsters employed for. the evening. TTie~nflsMrss!Tm'" or- t h<r-t?vp- ning centered about the "Embargo Act." with Rupert Stephens Sr.. loading the discussion. Many interesting angles were brought out and much of interest gained. Reports were given of the color tour, attended by 17 cars, and of the social hour enjoyed at the Sheridan township park where hot coffee was served and where many enjoyed their lunches. The club voted to ask a high school boy to attend the meetings, as was done last year. Supt. Arnold Carlson will make the selection of the boy. PT-A to Hear Talk by Miss Eastman The regular meeting of the Scottville Parent-Teacher association will be held .Thursday evening, with Miss Gertrude Eastman as guest speaker. Miss Eastman will speak on "Hot Lunches for the Rural -Students." In addition to the talk by Miss Eastman, a short play- ette will be given under the direction of Miss M. Hulse and J. C. Tanner. Title of the play is "Convincing Father." Musical numbers will be given by the band under the direction of Mr. Stiles. Jacqueline Briggs will play a piano solo, "The Rustic Dance" and Tommy O'Hcarn will give a violin solo. A good attendance is desired. Missionary Society to Meet Thursday The Amber Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon at Amber hall. Mrs. Vern Dan- ielse'n will have charge of the devotional hour. The program topic is "The Building of God's Kingdom," with Mesdames William Johnson, Harold Hansen and Jay Cooper as leaders. Refreshment committee includes Mesdames Jay Cooper, Katheryn Fredricks and Martin Andersen. This is also the annual election of officers. The richest misers on Earth will envy you if you have a wealth of family ... a wealth of appreciation for Nature's wonders and a lively awareness of the world's beauty... a talent for making more friends .* . a zest for good living ... and a happy philosophy that says, "I wouldn't exchange places with anybody!" What a world of living such a wealthy man gets out of each day . . . sharing his wealth. Of course, Budweiser is only incidental to your scheme for good living. But, since good living is a series of pleasant incidents, Budweiser becomes important .. . for its generous contribution of companionship when you are alone ... fellowship when you are among friends ... and contentment when the day's work is done. SCOTTVILLE TONIGHT ONLY !Cv!lfr^i— ~~^L with THE 'DEAD END 1 KIDS MARGARET LINDSAY RONALD REAGAN ANHEUSER-BUSCH Makers of the World's Most Famous Beer Budweiser —Added Attractions— Cartoon "Little lost Sheep" Fashions Forecast & MGM News Shows 6:15-9:15. Admission 25c-10c MAKE THIS TEST DRINK Budweiser FOR FIVE DAYS. ON THE SIXTH DAY TRY TO DRINK A SWEET BEER. YOU WILL WANT FLAVOR THEREAFTER. S-64 COPR. I»S». ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC. ST. LOUIS. MO. AUCTION SALE Monday, Oct. 23rd At 1:00 o'clock at my farm 8 miles South, 2 miles West and \\ mile South of Scottville. The following will he sold: LIVESTOCK Sorrel Horse, wgt. 1600 Ibs. Roan Cow, 3 years, will he fresh Dec. 20. Jersey Cow, 5 years, will be fresh Jan. 24. Cattle tested for Bang's Disease. IMPLEMENTS Dane Hay Loader, McCormick Mower, 10 Ft. McCormick Rake, Superior Grain Drill, 2 10x12 Disc, Superior 2-Horse Cultivator, Oliver Riding Plow, 15 Tooth Steel Drag, Drag Trailer, Wagon Box, Check Row Corn Plamter, Pair Sleighs, Manure Spreader, 2 Light Wagons, 2 1-Horse Plows, Hay Rack, Walking Sulkey Cultivator, Riding Cultivator, Spike-Tooth Cultivator, Walking Cultivator, Corn Marker, Slush Scraper, Hay Buncher, Wagon Jack, 3 Hand Corn Planters, Economy King Cream Separtor, 5 Gal. Cream Can, Portable Forge, 4-Wheel Trailer, 2-Wheel Trailer, Fcrd Engine, Tank Heater, Stock Tank, 2 Jack Screws, 2 Stome Jars, 20 Gal. Jar, 30 Gal. Jar, Horse breaking Harness, 1 Horse Corn Planter, and other small articles. FEED 12 Tons Clover and Alfalfa Loose Hay. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Hand Washing Machine, 2 Beds and Springs, Cook Stove and Many Other Small Articles. TERMS: Sums of $10 and under, Cash. Over that amount up to six months' time on noj,es approved by clerk of sale. If you expect to give a note please arrange with clerk before bidding. No property to be removed until settled for on day of sale. MRS. WILLIAM HUFTILE, , , L. MATTIX, Auctioneer. SMITH & EDDY, Clerks. Prop. TIIUIISDAY-FUIDAY—Double Feature Proram —Also- Pinky Tomlin in "SWING IT PROFESSOR" —Added— Colored Cartoon yenHEPATH* OF DOOM OVERIAKD WITH KITCflRSON Shows (j:<l;)-9:ia Admission 25c-10c IPARTY FOR HUSBAND Mrs. George V. Felt entertained Monday evening in honor of Mr. Felt's birthday . anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Damkoehler and family, Miss Rose Prouty and Miss Ann Hamilton. HOSTESSiES_AT PARTY The hostesses at the Scottville Women's Study club meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. J. Aleinik. were Mesdames Aleinik, Clare Martin and Glenn Genung instead of those give in the Tuesday article. Mesdames Matt Urka, John Biegalle and Helene Sailer . •JVm'mVmVm m m"m m mVm m m W.W. 1 AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE 225 S. James St. Phone 722 Scottville Phone 104 AT THE ENTIRE SCHOOL IS DEVOTED TO PRODUCTS. ETC., TO BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING STORES: 1018 S.MADISON ST. 402 S.WASHINGTON 509 S.WASHINGTON 317S.JAMES STREET 229 SECOND STREET 208 S.MADISON ST. THE ECONOMY FOOD MHRKET ELMER RBRRHRMSQN H 1ST RDM U RNDERSDN E.DUTCH U CO. JOS. M. SELLNER WREDE'S GROCERY TELEPHONE 195 TELEPHONE 90 TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE 3 TELEPHONE :09 TELEPHONE 598 TIME: 9:30 THURSDAY MORNING PLACE: KOZY THEATER PRIZES FOR EACH AND EVERY DAY

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