The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 20, 1939 · Page 3
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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 20, 1939
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FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that you can show your guests is to have their visits mentioned on this page. The nicest courtesy yon can show your friends Is to let them learn of your visits through this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. Choir—The choir of Bethany Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 7 o'clock this evening in the church. Division—The welfare division of the Woman's Literary club will meet at 2 p. m Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the home of Mrs. Corwill Jackson at Hamlin. Literary Club—The Junior Literary club will meet on Monday evening at 7:30 o'cock at the home of Mrs. Reginald Chadwick in Hamlin. Rehearsal—The choir of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 7:30 o'clock this evening at Luther hall. Trip—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gibbs, 311 North James street, left Thursday on a week's motor vacation trip to Chicago and vicinity. From New York—David Gibbs, 311 North James street, returned to his home recently after spending a month's vacation in visiting friends and relatives in Watertown. N. Y. Nurses—All reservations for the District Nurses' association banquet, to be held at Hart Country club, must be in by Saturday evening instead of Monday evening, it was announced today. For reservations, call Paulina Stearns hospital or telephone 383-R. Return Home—LaVern Larsen and Lyle Johnson returned recently to their homes in Ludington after enjoying a week's vacation motor trip. After attending the Michigan-Michigan State football game at Ann Arbor, they drove to Chicago and toured the west shore of Lake Michigan, returning to Ludington by motoring down the east shore. AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAP TIST—"Nominal Christianity, Its Failure and Cure" is the theme upon which the sermon message, to be delivered by Rev. R. E. Omak, will be based at the naming worship service in Washington Avenue Baptist church this Sunday. The 10:45 a. m. service opens at At the regular Gospel service' in the evening, the pastor will continue his series of sermons on John 3:16 with the message "The World." This message was to have been given last Sunday evening, but its delivery was postponed. Special music will be provided for each of these services' by the church choir and .selected voices. A cordial invitation is extended to all interested persons to attend these services. COMMUNITY THE COMMUNITY — Rev. Paul H. Clark will speak at the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service in The Community church this Sunday on the topic, "The Courage to Live." The service of music includes the anthem, "The Lord Is My Light" and the organ selections. "Solace" by Pease, "Ave Verne" by Mozart and "Awakening Chor- Wilman Danielson. LUTHERAN ..BETHANY LUTHERAN — At the morning worship service, to be held at 10:30 o'clock in Bethany Lutheran church, Rev. John Christensen will preach the sermon on the topic, "The Welcome to the Wedding of the King's Son." At this service, the choir will sing "The Heavens Are Telling the Glory of God." At 3 p. m. there will be a Young People's rally with members of the Young People's societies of Manistee and Muskegon in attendance. Rev. Broe of Manistee will lecture during the afternoon and supper will be served to the guests at 5:30 p. m. At 7:30 p. m. the Muskegon Young People, headed by Rev. Jorgensen, will have charge of an evening service. The Sunday school will convene at 9:30 a. m. and will be directed by Clarence Fonnesbeck. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN — English service will be held at St. John's Lutheran church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The sermon topic of this service, which will be preceded at 9:30 a. m. by a German service, is Dlavedbv Mrs " Thc Kin S Views His Guests." Tne Sunda y sch ° o1 wil1 meet us" by M The e chuVcVrschool will meet 'orUs r^ular session at^10 *^ it Q'Tn Q m nnH n f IH'd^ n m l lie t-ilUiL.ll CAucIlUo a, LUiUlcil cl I/ I/ . OU ct. Ill, tXllUclL 1U."J d- 111* . ., ,( » ,. i .» a nursery will be conducted by 1I ? v i tat i°" pt ?,f, ttendt thes ,^ members of the Mary and Mar- ™es, especially to all tha circle for the convenience of | churched persons of the parents who wish to attend the munit i- morning service. The Young People's society will meet at G p. m. in the] ser- un- com- METHODIST BETHANY METHODIST —At addresses and business meetings.', sailor, Kenneth Hartung; soldier, Uured blood vessel. Due to this meeting, there'Will be I Junior Peterson; Gold Star I Miss Grace Hitchcock left for no Epworth League service in the! Mother, Dorothy VanNortwick; Ludington First Methodist!Scouts, Don Kinney, Don Bren- church this Sunday. SCIENTISTS non and Charles Hartung; Peace i children, Roland and Danny ; Kistler, Lucille Brennon, Erma Toronto Tuesday where she will meet her brother, Clarence. They will immediately journey to the fair at New York City. Charles Hamilton, Ervon Kist- rHRT«TTAiM sjpTFivrp "Pro-! Jan e Jensen and Mary Ellen ler, Lloyd Broder, John Houk, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE — Pio- . ^ Norman Randall, Kenneth Kib- bation after Death will be the • • t w , Mi j be Harold Fitc h and Frank subject of the Lesson-Sermon m | ^i^g 1 ^^^ ovfasScottvil f e and |Beebe were among those who at- all Christian Science chuiches, MJSs Evelyn Adams O f Fern, a j tended the soils meeting at the throughout the world on Sun-. teacher in the Grand Ra pids | Button .school Friday evening. day, October y, October a, ia^9. ! schools presented her motion i ------------ • The Golden Text (James 1:12) | i ecent Tlle fastest tanker afloat has pictures taken on her recent is is: "Blessed is the man that en- | European trip She has a fine an 18-knot speed, and dureth temptation: for when he i collection of nictures which brine equipped with special oil car- is tried, he shall receive the, outein de taif each subject. All riei -\ foi> » a vy ™e during cmer- crown of life, which the Lord iare in C0 i 01 . T h ey were very in- ! S' encies hath promised to them that; teresting owing to the photog- , love him." | rapher's wise selection. Among the Bible citations is ; A delicious luncheon was this passage (Ps. 23:4): "Yea, i served by Mesdames Gordon though I walk through the val- j French, Kenneth Kibbey, Archie ley of the shadow of death, 11 Stewart and Mary Broder. will fear no evil: for Thou art! At the next meeting Gordon with me; Thy rod and Thy staff French and Kenneth Kibbey will United States railroads carry about 500 million passengers a year. -*—*—#—* — *- they comfort me." Correlative passages prepare the program and Mes- to be I dames Vernice Broder, Maude include the ' "Life is read from the Christian Science Meisenheimer, John Brennon textbook, "Science and Health]and Myron Delavcrgne will as- with Key to the Scriptures," by |sist as hostesses. Mary Baker Eddy, following (p. 497): deathless. Life is the origin and ultimate of man, never attainable through death, but gained by walking in the pathway of Truth both before and after, that which is called death." Mrs. Leroy V/nili'cy of Kalamazoo recently returned to her home after spending a week caring for her mother, Mrs. Alex Benedict. The latter has been confined to her bed for more than two weeks with infection Post-Nuptial Party Fetes Mrs. Kinney j in the foot caused from a rup- NOTICE! AIRPORT LUNCH Will Open SATURDAY If You Want to Get a GOOD cur or COFFEE AND LUNCH, COME IN. -# —-X— *—» — -Iv — vf — -r — #— IN THIS SUN DAY'S 11 CHIC AGO iSiiAI TRIBUNE 9 SUMMIT. — A shower honoring post-nuptial Mrs. Emery Announce Eleven Fund Memberships Eleven more memberships in the Pere Marquette Memorial association were announced this morning by association officials. They include one membership from Quincy, 111. Honorary membership: Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Gregory. Full memberships: Lakeshore Study club, American Legion auxiliary, Edwin H. Ewing post No. 76; Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Rohn. Associate memberships: Mrs. Daisy Reek, Ludington Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution; Miss Ruth Boline, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buck. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Buker. Quincy, 111.; Mrs. Charles Baggott, Charles Baggott. Lincoln River PT-A to Meet Tonight LINCOLN RIVER.—The Lincoln River Parent-Teacher association will hold a social meeting at the Victory townhall this evening. A short program will be given- Dancing will be enjoyed and lunches will be sold. Mrs. Selva Beyer is having a week's potato digging vacation from her school duties at Chamber school. Have Meeting Thc Lincoln River Ladies' Aid BUYER'S INDEX READ f THE ADS* Your Progressive Merchants Show You Where to Shop and How You Can Save Money. LOOK THE ADS OVER . . • YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair BHU LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 • W. Loomls Street YOUR * Gas Tank Filled * Oil Changed * Car Lubricated * Battery Charged * Tires Repaired * Car Washed * Accessories ' . x HERE Right and Reasonable SUBURBAN SERVICE STATION Ludington Ave. and Lewis St—Phone 570-W. churchhouse with Miss Marion the 10;45 o . clock mornlng wor . tf.ii,. -, leader of the worship shi { in Bethany ^ etho . L- D1i f Y\ T\ loimtfnc-Jnririov , . *^ , . ... -, , . dist church this Sunday the pastor, Rev. Erling Edwardsen, will preach on the topic, "Bread or Spirit." The service of music will include two anthems, sung by the choir, and organ selec- and Miss Ruth Dickey as leader of the discussion. A parents' meeting, in the interest of Cubbing, will be held in the churchhouse at 8 p. m. EVANGELICAL EVANGELICAL FREE— Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor of church, will Evangelical Free preach at the morning worship Sunday on the topic, "As Thy Day ... So Thy Strength." The topic of the surmon at the evening service, to be held at the usual time, will be "What Is Coming to the World—Tribulation." This is the second of the series of sermons on "What Is Coming." Kinney Jr., was held at the Elmer Peterson home Thursday, The evening was spent with games and contests. A contest on completing a story with trees was won by Mrs. Ruby Kistler, and several were given prizes on jumbled words. The prizes were later given to the bride. Many, beautiful and useful miscellaneous gifts were showered upon the bride who opened her presents after guessing the contents. About 25 people from three classes of the Union Sunday school were present including the Young People's class, the Friendship class and the Fellow- i at 9:30 a. m. and at 6:45 p. m. service in First held their October meet at the homC of Mrs. Anna "Fisher "in I Ludington. After the business meeting a .short program was enjoyed. The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Flory Stephens, Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Copeland and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reynolds of Battle Creek were week-end guests at the Fred Christmas home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Irish of Jackson were week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Lucy Swimmer and Mrs. Nellie Christmas. Mr- and Mrs. Earl Keith were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Herman Beyer home. Marilyn Anderson was a Sunday guest of Leona Anderson. tions, played by Mrs. Eskel Olson. The topic of the sermon at j ship class". A delicious luncheon the 7:30j3'clqck evening service j was served by the hostess. 75 at PT-A The PT-A of the French school met Friday evening, pet. 13. In spite of the heavy rain about 75 assembleii for the occasion to greet their new president, Mrs. Roy VanNortwick. A program consisting of piano solo played by Betty Olmstead, Lila French and Helen Marie ; Broder; a song, Columbus, by the I grammar room, trained by Mrs. ' Manley French, and a peace playette by the grammar room were enjoyed. Following is the cast of characters: Uncle Sam, Don Kibbey; Peace, Lila French; 10 45 oVlork wil1 be " The Galilean". The male sprvicpthis' chorus - directe d b y Ted Tallef- seivice tnis son wm sjng afc thig service ! The Sunday school will con- i vene at 9:30 a. m. under the sui perintendency of Jacob Lunde. I A cordial invitation is extend- j ed to the public to attend these i services. j FIRST METHODIST—"G o d, I and Everyman" is the sermon The Sunday school will meet j .subject at the 11 o'clock morning Methodist October Sale Of Dresses And Coats Prepare for a season of charm. Just in lime for fall and winter gaiety comes these princess silhouettes in rayon crepes with bow effects — back fullness, double swing skirt and jeweled accents, in gold — wine — moss green and black. Misses, Women's and half sizes. tJ7O««7«J and «pw»ejv Coats Of Quality Paramount coats feature a never roll ed^e, wrinkle proof and run resisting' fabrics guaranteed to keep their shape and assure you of that smart looking' custom fit. Priced from there will be a meeting of the! church this Sunday. This is an- Young People's society, led by j other in the series on the general ' subject "The Teachings of Jesus." •The choir will sing the anthem "Angels of Jesus" by Wildemere, under the direction of Mrs. F. E. Gilbert. The organ selections, played by Mrs. Dan V. Dewey, will include "Andante Grazioso" by Mozart; "Golden Morning" by Hopkins and "Vesper Recessional" by Schleuter. The Junior Epworth league will meet at 5 p. m. in the Young Peopte's room of the church. Miss Bernice Fitch is superintendent of this group. There will be a sub-district rally of Epworth League members from several nearby towns, to be held in Scottville Methodist church on Sunday evening, Oct. 22, it has been announced. There will be a co-operative supper, "Distinctively S. James Street Different" Ludington GROTEMATS Celebration SAW Anniversary Specials! .X~\~~~————__ «'.'•• ' ' •.•'••• ' J »W>- ; ' -"•••-^ J u st Out! U PMIICO WM el S«* "»£ ncert G««* undreamed- d P«ro tone. Extra Trade-in Allowance EXTRA EASY TERMS Greatest VALUES in radio history We're celebrating 10 straight years of Philco leadership wilh a Celebration Sale to introduce I'hilco's 1940 Anniversary Specials. New radio achievements . . . new low prices . . . special offers . . . extra-liberal terms and trade-in allowances. Come early! 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