The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 19, 1939 · Page 5
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 5

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 19, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE SCOTTVILLE News Prom Mason Oojmty's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRAI^K BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Horn* 126-F-14.) New Auto Store to Have Opening The Western Tire being installed in Auto store the former Peoples' State bank building, will soon be ready and open for business. C. W. Smith, the owner and manager of the store, announces that the store will be open for business Saturday, but the grand opening date has been set for Saturday, Nov. 28. Mr. Smith in discussing the new venture, says that it is the 65th store of its kind. Mr. Smith plans were made for a reception to be held for R. J. Smith, who was elected Grand Sentinel at the Grand Chapter meeting. Arrangements were completed f9i- the card party which the society is sponsoring Monday evening, Oct. 23, at the hall, one is invited to attend. At the close of the evening the past matrons served a delicious luncheon. Program Is Given for PT-A Meeting DIAMOND following SCHOOL — The will be Eiv- Teacher as^ Mother Gives Party for Son's Birthday Bobby Urka celebrated his purchased the building ia-st | ninth anniversary Tuesday and spring and has been making i in ni -s honor a delightful party plans .since that time to open i wa » planned by his mother, Mrs. it for business here. In addition i Matt Urka. The afternoon was Friday evening, Oct. 20, at 8:30 p. m. Exercise, "Jolly Hallowe'en"— Little folks. Recitation, "A Safe Plan"— Jack Modjesti. Heading—Esther Parker. Piano solo, "Happy Reindeer" —Audrey Anderson. Recitation, "Tale of a Pumpkin"—Joseph O'Brien. Dialogue, "Who's Scared"— Bernard Kusibuski. Ella Marie Every- i Hallberg and Natalie Jean Rosenow. iRecitation, "Grandfather's Watch"—Charles Smith. Music — Giles and Harold Smith. Recitation, "Something to Remember"—Adolph Krusinak. Tap Dance—Roger Lee Dancz. Recitation—"Down to Grandma's"—Jerry Hathaway. "March of Hallowe'en queraders"—Edght j;irls. 'Recitation, ' ~"~ —Paul Smith. ing, pinochle and bunco were played. High score for pinochle was won by Mrs. Harry Dues, second by Mrs. Blanche Finlay and low by Mrs. Joseph Albrecht. First prize for bunco was won by Mrs. Charles Rock and second by Miss Mary Cody. The commitee in charge of the event include Mrs. C. F. Wadel as chairman and Mrs. Anton Chvala. -x- * # to the regular line carried by the i S P?" 1 ^ .Paying games, each Western Tire Auto stores, he Is ' chlld be . ln S presented with a also installing a line of work shoes, athletic -shoes, rubbers and other winter foot wear. Readers arc asked to watch for hio big announcement next week. Church Study Club Meets on Tuesday presented mask which was worn during the play hour. At the close of play, punch, ice ttearn and a large birthday cake were served the guests. Candy lollypops were also given the group. Bobby received a number of nice gifts. Present were Alex Andersen, Richard Wagner, Bobby O'Hearn, Robert Murphy, John MacArthur, Buddy Martin, Merlin Reeds, Ralph Rockwell, Duane Claveau, Charles Killer, Gordon Stockhill, Mary Eleanore Martin, Dolly Ann Installation of new officers was held at the recent regular meeting of the ladies' auxiliary of I Edwin H. Ewing post No. 76, i American Legion, held at the home of Mrs. Mogens Larsen, 806 East Melendy street. The meeting was opened by the retiring president, Mrs. G. B. Wright. Plans were made for a Mar- ' progressive card party, as a „„„ „„.„ |means for raising money for the One Thing Real" | auxiliary's Thanksgiving baskets. I At the conclusion oi the brief • | business session, the new officers Mrs. George Morehouse en- cially adjourned by the new pres- tertained the Trinity Luther- jident, Mrs. Wesley Baltzer; first an Ladies' Aid at her home i vice president, Mrs. T. J. Barber; Thursday afternoon Oct 12 ' second vice president, Mrs. John Mrs. Dole Thompson called .Ellas; secretary, Mrs. Grace Colon Mrs. Linus Anderson Thurs- ivin; treasurer, Mrs. Earl Schrink; ety to sponsor a special service in Bethany Methodist church on the evening of Thanksgiving day. It was also announced that any member having old Christmas cards was requested to give the cards to Mrs. Dorothea Johnson not later than the end of October. The cards will be sent to children in foreign countries. Pledges were then taken for money to support a Bible Woman in Africa. Mrs. Eskel Olson gave an interesting report on the chapter on Africa from the book, Women and the Way." A report of the lecture, given by Dr. W. L. Jucld in Grand Rapids some time ago, was given by Mrs. Arthur Benson and Mrs. Carlton Benson. The program chairman, Mrs. Charles Ferguson, gave a read-[Bethany Methodist church will ing, "At Sunset in the Moun- j meet on tains of Kabylia," written by Gloria Wvsncr. Later, Mrs. Ferguson also led the group in a number of interesting: guessing games. j At the close of the meeting, a j delicious tray luncheon of j pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream and served with coffee, was served by the hostess. Cunning Hallowe'en favors were given to each of the 16 emmbers and their friends present. Guests of the Jbcasion were Mrs. N. Magnuson and Mrs. Walter Zemke. LEAGUE^WILL HAVE SUPPER The Epworth League of Thursday evening at Pi weekly de- for their regular votional hour. Supper will be served preced- ing the service, which will be led by Mrs. Carlton Benson. All members and their i friends are invited to attend. ; / * * * I (Please turn to Page ', Column 5) ASK THE GOOSE-HE KNOWS NO CONSTIPATION WOES Why? Because he has a wonderful liver. A gooae liver makes a quarter of a pound of laxative juice every day and pours it into his bowels. Thnt Kolilen juice is Nature's laxative. It not only helps him to have glorious elimination. But it helps him to feel like "stepping high, wide and handsome". Two pounds of laxative juice should flow from our liver into our bowels every day. If it docs, most nf us have pleasant morninR Klory and feel like strutting the jvoose step "before an amorous looking glass", Howgver, when we cat too much our flow of laxative Juice slows down. Then we become constipated and full of bilious, sour Rloom. What to do? Take Carter's Little Liver Pills. They wake up the flow of our proldcn laxative juice. But ho sure you Bet the genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. For they actually doubled the flow of laxative juice in some people. 'Phone your dniKKist for Carter's Little Liver Pills now so you won't forget it — IOC 1 & 2af. (P.S. Carter's Little Liver PiUs are only intended to wake up the Row of laxative juice. Diseases of the liver should be diagnosed and treated by your doctor.) day afternoon, Oct. 12. The Gilbert K. Chesterton Study club of St. Jerome's church homo 01 Mrs. William Kilpatrick, i'urka anTtheVonor'gue^t7Bobby with Mrs. William Wasar as co- iUrka hostess. The new officers, with Mrs. Wagar as president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. J. Za- giir.s is the new secretary. During the program hour the .study of the Old Testament was begun. This study, with Rev. Gordon Grant in charge, is conducted by reading the text of the new study books, then discussing the various events and asking questions. Much interest was shown in the new work. The creative period was .studied at this tinif. Following the york of the evening a brief social hour was spent followed by the serving of appropriate fall refreshments. The Scotlviiic L,ocais Mr. and Mrs. Don McFarland entertained at dinner Sunday, having as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Gilmorc, Kenneth Gilmorc, Mr. and Mrs. Chesley McFarland and Mr.s. Verna Prine. Local and Social Mrs. F. Fitch Is Hostess to Guild (Continued from Page 2) into the guild at this meeting, were Mrs. C. H. Schantz and Miss Edith Schwartz. Guests of the meeting were Misses Jessica Lee, plga Messenger, Hellen and Denise Dilly. Members present were Mesdames L. Gorzynski, G. Hollick, I chaplain, Mr.s. Theodore Du-; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Malcolm Gingrich, and historian, Mrs. William Tolles. The -business session was officially adjourned b ythe new president, Mrs. Baltzer, and four tables of pinochle were played. | High score was won by Miss ' Blanche McElroy and low by Mrs. A. E. Johnson. The committee in charge of the meeting was headed by Mrs. T. J. Barber and included Mrs. Mogens Larsen. Mrs. Theodore Dubrish and Mrs. Malcolm Gingrich. Mrs. William Lackey was an aft- i J. Lewis, M. H. Kelly, A. Dewey, ernoon guest at the McFarland L. Laird, C. Johnson, Misses Dor- home and an evening guest at the Taylor Gilmore home. Marshall Baker, who is I house was prettily decorated with fall flowers. Eighteen members took part. Frederick Reader Feted on Birthday Mrs. F. J. Reader, Jr. enter- .. at- t h e Davcnport-Mc- Laughlin Business college at Grand Rapids, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. James Baker. Mrs. George McKcnzie and .sons have been spending a few days at the M. McKenzie home in South Custer. Mr. and Mr.s. Duane Durham and family have moved from othy Sprague, Mildred Spra-gue, Margaret Woodland, Viola Mai- lory, Bernice Fitch, Mildred Smith, Lela Johnson. Zulieme Cozine, Ruth Lamos, Lillian Evans and the hostesses, Mrs. Fitch and Miss Fitch. * * * Altar Society Holds Annual Supper Party tained Tuesday evening in honor ! nomc °f Mrs. William Wagar, of the fifteenth birthday anni- where they will remain during t V c winter months. Mrs. Wagar P Ia ' ls . to ]avc lale r "i th e fall for The Altar society of St. Si„„„,, , o ., ... . ., ,mon's Catholic church held its north o ScpUvil e to the apart- : annual potluck supper on Mon- mcnts at 104 First street in Scott-; da y evening in James Golden hall. The event was successful ( it was reported. lAfter a brief business meet- ille. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Moore and daughter are now living at the Methodist Society Meets On Tuesday The regular meeting of the members of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of Bethany Methodist church was held j on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Carlton Benson, 20G'/ 2 North Park street. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Arthur Benson, who also led the devotional service, "The Way We May Walk." Each member responded to roll call with a quotation from the Scripture. Plans were made for the soci- versary of Fredrick Reader. A chicken dinner was served the table being lovnly with flowers, i Dfeti ; olt where , s he will .spend part Oue.sts were Clayton Spencer c " , nc Wllltcr - She also plans to \vniio,.,,'I'""I" 1 an extended visit with her ! Jimmif Pchultc. Chris Merrill and the honor guest, Fredrick Reader. Oilier guests were Fredrick's grandmothers, Mrs. E. F. Reach r. Sr.. and Mrs. Andrew Pearson of Ludlngton. Mrs. Ned Taggart of Lndington was a guest i i the evening. Frediiek received "a number of i work nice gifts on the occasion. Following the dinner the group attended the high .school party Ernest LaPointe and son came the last of the week from Grand Rapids to assist at the Antoine LaPointe home. Antoine LaPointe injured his back recently, when cranking the ga.s engine for silo filling. He is improved, but is si ill unable to do Mrs. Cook Reports on Star Meeting The Scoltville chapter of the Eastern stars met Tuesday eve- ninu at the hall for a regular nv-etinu. Mr.s. w. J. Cook gave a report of the Grand Chapter meetinu a I Grand Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Graber of Scottville have received word of the birth of a son, on Oct. 12 to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petee of Blissfield. Mrs. Petee is the former Miss Mildred Graber of Scottville. So devoted are the Estonians to their baths that maids seeking employment always ask to see the bath before accepting a EVERY MEAL A TOUCHDOWN ^^^^•••••••••••••MC^MHl^^Hl^nH Saturday Special iMKN'S New Styles, New Shades, Tell HATS 1 .97 LADIES' Fancy Knit, New Colors Combination, AH Wool Twin SWEATERS Benow's Department Store SCOTTVILLE STAR SCOTTVJLLE ^^ * **^k^^ TONIGHT AND FRIDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Blonde Bonfire PINKY TOMLIN in LANA TURNER "Swing It Professor" and ARTIE SHAW, the Swing King, bring romance In youth-time I "HE PATH OF DOOM Directed by 8. SYLVAN SIMON . Pr<xVuced by EDOAB 8ELWYN ' —Also— I Colored Canoon-"urphan Duck" Shows 6:45-9:15 Admission ^5c-10c Saturday Only Jones Family rn "Quick Millions" and Roy Rogers in "Arizona Kid" SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY—Spencer Tracy in "STANLEY $ LIVINGSTONE." Matinee Sunday 2:30 p. m. *G«f lh« fate/noting r»cip» loldtr from your thaltr. • You will run up a score of compliments when you serve Plankinton's Globe Pure Pork Sausage—whether you serve it for breakfast, for lunch, or with the appetizers before dinner. Be sure to ask your dealer for Plankinton's Globe Pure Pork Sausage. APPEALTO AUTUMN APPETITES * WITH PLANKINTON'S GLOBE PURE PORK SAUSAGE Plankinton Pkg. Co., Milwaukee, Wise. FREE PANCAKES & COFFEE with KARO SYRUP at SCHOENBERGER'S all day SATURDAY, OCT 21 HARVEST TIME PANCAKJE FLOUR, KARO SYRUP, 23c 1/2 Ib. 29c ... 5 Ib. bag 5 1b. pail LIPTON TEA, black LIPTON TEA, green, '/ 2 Ib. MC LAUGIILIN'S MANOR HOUSE COFFEE, O Ib. « can MC LAUGHLIN'S 333 COFFEE, Q Ib. O | KRE-MEL, /| any flavor ^* pkgs .J SNOSHEEN CAKE FLOUR, (Mixing Spoon Free) pkg. PILLSBURY FLOUR , 24'/a Ib. bag BASKETS OF GROCERIES to be given away as door prizes SATURDAY — Also PANCAKE FLOUR. 29e FREE Schoenberger's Market Scottville's Most Complete Market. WE DELIVER PHONE 67. Hours: 9 a. m.—11 a. m .,2 p. m. and 4:30 p .m. SPEND LESS-GET MORE EAT BETTER One of the easiest ways for you to save money, is to buy all of your food needs at money-saving prices all of the time. You'll find every item at A&P Super Markets (over 2,000 of them) at down- to-earth prices every day. By actual price comparisons we know our customers save more by this sales policy than they would if we marked only a few Items down for week-ends only. Such a unique selling policy bring: crowds to our Markets, this results In enormous sales, permitting us to buy direct from producers and manufacturers. In doing so, we save the in-between profits, and share them with you. You get Low Prices Every Day on Everything at A&P Super Markets! Copyright, 1930, A4P Co. BEEF ROAST •19° Any Chuck Cut SLAB BACON 16 Mild Q Sugar Cured Any Size Piece LEG OF LAMB 25 Genuine Spring CHICKENS -17 I A Fresh W Dressed Young Ib. BEST CUTS TRIMMED Ib. CANADIAN BACON PRIME RIB ROAST BOILING BEEF TENDER MEATY SHORT RIDS STEAKS GROUND BEEF DUCKLINGS TURKEYS ROASTING CHICKENS SMOKED HAMS BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE LAMB BREAST CHOICE CUTS TRIMMED ROUND OR SIRLOIN FRESH CHOPPED FANCY LONG ISLAND FANCY SPRING BIRDS Ibs. Ib. Ibs. Ib. Ib. FANCY HEAVY ROCKS Ib. TF,M)KKKI1 \VI1OI.K HUTT OR IIOCKLESS SHANK HALF »'• SWil'T'S 1-LB. CELLO ROLLS STEW OR HKAZE Ib. Ib. 35c 23c 23c 29c 25c 18c 29c 25c 21c 17c 7c LAMB SHOULDER ROAST HAM PORK ROAST HOCKLESS PICNICS SLICED BACON BACON SQUARES FRESH SIDE PORK OYSTERS SEA SCALLOPS SHRIMP Ib. Ib, Ib. CELLO PACKAGE LEAN SCGAR CURED BY THE PIECE 16c 19c 16c 23c Ib. Ib. SOLID PACK DIRECT FROM THE COAST FANCY STOCK 23c 23c 19c PERCH FILLETS I)KUCIOIJS OCEAN PERCH 2 ib». 27c POLLOCK FILLETS BONELEss OCEAN FISH 2 ">»• 23e FANCY LARGE pint Ib. Ib. CORNED BEEF HASH l-lb. Can WHITE HOUSE G for Tall Cans POTTED MEAT 3 cans 10c 8 o'Clock Coffee Bread ™*£,.t Del Maiz Niblets Green Giant Peas Pumpkin **»- r n cK Cranberry Sauce lona Tomatoes Tomato Soup Wheaties Huskies 3 3 2 3 2 4 39c ban 24-oz. Q O _ Inavrx A i C 12-0*. cans 15C cans 25C cans 25C ! cans20c nu, IQC i>hg. 9c ° r R|cc 5c 18c Corn Flakes sunnyncw 2 "'^ 15c Ke98ogg's All Bran Wheat PufFs Rolled Oats 5 ^eHo-Wheat 2 . 9uaker Oats !S7 17c Raisins Secrt """ 4 ".!« 25c Marshmallow Creme i»»'«19c .!» K 29c Rajah Cocoanut Tip-Top Caramels bus 19c 10c Popular Brands Cigarettes Northern Tissue Scot Tissue Canvas Gloves CHorox Mel-O-Bit Cheese Sure Good Oleo Butter c To,7 2 Pure Lard Pet Milk carton roll 4 3 2 2 2 6 $1.13 5f 29* 25c quart ""• Ibs. cans 41c 23c 16c 39C WALDORF TISSUE Rolls TUNA FISH FLAKES Can WISCONSIN m A CHEESE 18 CREAM OR BRICK Sparkie Dessert 3 P and G Soap 10 Chipso 2 «-' 17c 2 Gold Dust Sunbrite Cleanser 4 Staley's Starch 2 Peaches snood oTnaivc Lux Flakes 3 »»'»i'25c Fruit Cocktail lona Apricots 2 plies. bars 31 C largo 39C large 15c No. 2'/ cans 21c 10c 27c Dole Pineapple Pineapple Juice Mince Meat Corn Meal Pancake Flour Silver Dust Palmolive Soap Sweetheart Soap Lux or Lifebuoy Fairy Soap Sliced lli-oz. can 4(1-07.. can 10c 27c Nonesuch pltK. Yellow II). bait II). bag 13c 17c large 21 C 3 3 4 cakes cakes 25c . it 14-ox. Ann; Pago bott | e Ib. can Fels Naptha Soap 10 Salad Dressing Ketchup Crisco or Spry 3 Bokar Coffee 2 Salad® Black Tea, Our Own Tea Donuts Soda Crackers 2 Macaroni »•"" 4 ban 41C Pago quart27C Black Ibs. 47c 39c 35c Plain or Sugared 13e ANN PAGE FRENCH SULTANA SWEETHEART SOAP FLAKES 5-lb. Box 25' Fresh From Farm and Orchard . . Low Prices Every Day GRAPEFRUIT Texas 80's, Seedless for 23 SWEET POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Genuine Jerseys GRAPES Fancy Red Emperors Ib. 6 2 large bunches POTATOES U. S. No. 1 A Size Idaho 10 ', 23c , OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE GREAT ATLANTIC A PACIFIC TEA 'CO.

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