The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 20, 1939 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS--LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. NINtli Former Resident Dies at Burr Oak FOUNTAIN—Friends in this community were shocked to hear of the death of S. B. Burns at his home in Burr Oak, on Oct. 12. Mr. Burns was a prominent business man here for many years, conducting a general merchandise store, in the building where the Clare Adams store is now located. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Burns came to Fountain in 1904 and 'purchased the store 'building from F. W. Reek. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Rockwell, parents of Mrs. Burns, were associated with them in business for many years. Tlie families have many friends of long standing here who grieve with them. iMr. Burns, who had been ill since coming from their winter homo in Florida early last spring, seemed to be recovering and friends were shocked when the message came of his death. Services and burial were in Burr Oak, Saturday, Oct. 14. Make Articles The ancient history class of the Sixth grade is displaying some unique articles made by following descriptions in their lessons. Billy Wahr recently completed a papyrus roll, which is a clever duplicate of those used by the Egyptians. ..On the parchment of this Billy has drawn pictures of crude implements used in fanning at that time. The wood handles of the roll are beautifully carved, almost exactly like the picture in the lesson. iRova Merritt, another Sixth grader, made a clay tablet about four by six inches, also a stylus, or a wooden pencil with which she imprinted Mrs. Stanley Dastick, refreshments. April—Mrs. Henry Agens and Mr. and Mrs. Will Schaffer, program; Mrs. Einor Christofferson and Mrs. Franz Pettersen, refreshments. May — Picnic arrangements, Mrs. Frank Beebe, Mrs. Ron aid VanDyke, Mrs. Franz Pettersen, refreshments; ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Agens and Mr. and Mrs. David King, entertainment. Freesoil School Now Busy Place FREESOIL.—With new kindergarten chairs and many interesting projects, aside from the regular school work, the Primary department of the Freesoil school is having a very interesting time. This group will give the program for the November meeting ol the Parent-Teacher association. Mrs. Dorothy Fox, PrJ:r,a"Y teacher is planning .some very unusual features for the meet- Ing. One number will depict the discovery of America by Columbus. Pupils are now rehearsing for this. Cut Out Work The pupils have illustrated stories in cut out work. The story of the "Three Bears" in black cut out on light paper, has been completed by the First, Second and Third grades. Vegetable men and vegetable girls have been made by the three grades and "Humpty Dumpty" GERMANS LAY LANDMINE AT FRONT projects with lined backgrounds show both taste and skill. j A party on Thursday afternoon sponsored by a mother, will be a highlight of the week. Each Monday seven pupils from the Frees'oil school attend a dental clinic. Guide on Teaching Mrs. Dorothy Fox has a copy of Newman and Joe Cossette; seating, B. F. Barnett; stage, Searle Barnett; stage lighting, Leo LaPointe. Accommodations are being made for a record crowd. Elect Officers Banner Grange had election of officers Thursday night, Oct. 12, and the following officers were elected: Master—Norville Whitney. Overseer—Vcitor Miller. Secretary—Lena Whitney. Treasurer—Clyde Wann. Chaplain—Jana Cole. Steward—George Tyndall. Gatekeeper—Mr. Newport. Lecturer—Ruth Baer. Assistant steward — Walter Locke. Ladies' assistant steward — Emma Miller. I'omona,—Florence Wann. Ceres—Pearl Locke. Flora—Mrs. Newport. The next meeting will be Oct. 26. Several new members will be ! initiated at this meeting. Mr. j and Mrs. Leo LaPointe will be i re-instated and Mr. and Mrs. ! Jack Ihurne '.all be among i those initiated. It is hoped there will be a nicj turnout. Plans are being made for a masquerade dance for Hallowe'en. Meet at Johnston Home The Ladies' Aid society of the Christian church held the first meeting of the season at the Harry Johnston home Wednes- i clay, Oct. 4. A quilt was tied for Mrs. Johnston. The next meet- Communion Supper Is Held at Church OUSTER.—The annual Holy Communion supper was held at the German Baptist church of South Custer Friday evening. The Biblical description of the Lord's supper was carried out as nearly as possible. Saturday, a day of preaching and spiritual communion was given with a community dinner at noon to which no commercialism was attached. There were 75 out-of-town dren, Jimmie and Bob, of Reading; Miss Doris Huddlestun of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Cleal Huddlestun and daughters, Delores and Marilyn, and son, Paul, of Chicago, and Miss Marie Huddlestun of Kalamazoo. Miss Inez Huddlestun spent the week-end at Kalamazoo. Mrs. Margaret Ott entertained a company of guests recently. They were Mrs. Eva McClure of Scottvillc, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nieman and son, Eugene; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fairbanks and family of Owosso, Misses Velma and Anne Nielson, Barbara An- Mrs. Earl Oorff returned* home Monday evening after i r " week spent in vMting relatives- and firends in Kalamazooy South Haven, Grand Rapids and Muskegon. ' Mesdames HiUda Mann, Paul Erickson, Russeai Gallic, Don~ aid Gallic and Harold Gallic of Ludington spent Tuesday, afternoon with Mrs. Earl Golf reminding her of her birthday anniversary. ing was at the William home Weclesday, Oct. 18. Kirke .some o the int restineeVtires ! tnc latest Instructional Guide in her lesson m the g tab c * which .she is following as closely ~ ! • • -•• - nuii.i.. as p OSS ,ijic guiding up-to-the! minute work. ^hard-nas-Vaser'bowls >» ^ ™S™*™**W± Ri •hard Bitely was also outstanding in making articles of . , ancl other dishes and 'a do n ! mentis a Hallowe'en atmosphere with many gay beads as dres wlth bhick Cats ' moon « and cat decorations, all of hese havln ' fired and polished Every one attending the Parent-Teacher meeting tonight may see this clever work on display in Mrs.~~Mary Nei'lscn's ! noon lunch room. face.s adorning the room. On Thursday morning Mrs. William Chopson, who has charge of the hot lunch project, prepared salmon soup for the These pictures, passed by the German censor, shows a group of German soldiers planting and camouflaging a landmine near the West Wall of the Siegfried line. The explosives have been placed in a pit over which a framework covered with moss is laid. When a tank blunders into such a pit it cannot escape being blown to bits. Club Meets Carr's Extension club on clothing met at the Searle Barnett home Thursday, Oct. 12, for a half-day meeting. Mrs. Agatha Barnett gave [ most of the lesson while Mrs. be announced later. BAPTIST (Victory) (Rev. II. E. Oniark, pastor) Sunday school—2:30 p. m. Beatrice Thume fitted several j dresses and gave suggestions on I different ways they could be : final rehearsal for the minstrel; made over into new styles, show will be held tonight. ] A sick committee was ap: Various committees have pointed which consisted of Mrs 1 been appointed to take care of ; Kathryn LaPointe, Mrs Hilda the arrangements for the party, i Peterson and Mrs. Alice Robert- members in attendance from Michigan points. Those from out of state were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Eckenberry and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leedy of Eaton, O.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Skiles, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wolfe of Rossville, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. George Boynter and Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyner of Goshen, Ind. Elder and Mrs. A. R. Miller of Fern entertained a company of these guests. Solo Flight Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Griffin received a communication from their grandson, John, of Oakland, Calif., recently. Following is an excerpt from the letter: "Today I flew my first airplane and it was much more thrilling than I ever expected. I took it ott, flew and landed it all by myself. I flew quite a distance. Glendale and Burbank -looked pretty from the sky." John has finished his course at the Curtis airplane school and is now employed in the construction of planes. Mrs. Mabel Sippy of Woodruff Lodge has returned from a trip to Chicago where she made the acquaintance of her new granddaughter, Geraldine, the .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King. Mrs. King was formerly Miss Maude Sippy. Mrs. Frank Johnson of Grand Rapids is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Lillian Reeds. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Huddlestun have enjoyed the company of derson and Thelma Nordhouse district White of and Mrs. Gospel service—-8 p. m. clay. Tues- below: A list of the chairmen is given! son. Catherine Myers of Scottville. Elm Flats Reciprocity arbor of Gleaners held the October meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Peterson of Elm Flats district recently at which time Barney Nelson was elected delegate to the Gleaner convention to be held at Jackson and Mrs. Earl Goff was chosen alternate. COCOANUT CHEWS A delicious piece of confection. pound 20c MORRIS 5c, lOc to $1 STORE Mrs. Emma Miller was named ST. Entertains Club An average of 40 pupils arc served with hot lunches at the present time. .... The number will increase con- Mr.s. Herman Hanson enter- isiderably when bad weather ar- tnmed her bridge club on rives Thursday. Oct. 12. i Receives Books Two tables were played Mrs Tnc school library has been Joe- Wichtoski winning high!'• presented with 250 books by CCC •score. Mrs. John Luft, second jCamp Stronach. Many of these i hmh nr,H Mrs W i]liam Me- ! books will be valuable assets to! _ Entertainment, Helen Robi-! leader in Mrs. Lena JOHN'S EVANGELICAL ! son: luncnes ' Julia Cossette; | Place. LUTHERAN (Pelton Corners) Whitney's (Rev. Lyman E. Jones, pastor) Sunday .school—9:30 a. m, English services—9:45 a. in. TRINITY LUTHERAN (Victory) (Rev. Lymon E. Jones, paslor) English services—11 a. m. soliciting. Kathryn Barnett; j The next meeting will be at i prize tickets, L. Bogner; decor-i the home of Mrs. Beatrice Bating, Irene Locke; exhibit, Nel- Thume Nov. 16. Everyone is' I lie Locke; free minstrel, Kath! erine LaPointe; music, Leonard invited to attend. This will be an afternoon meeting. high, and Council, low. Others were Mesdames James Davison, • j , ^ 9 scar Davis °n and Albert Beebe. The rlub will meet Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Wichtoski.' From JVIuskcifon Mrs. Edith Wing and UT. Mrs. Violet Kinsman present lnc library. Kirk- Superintendent O'-"ille Bailey Clare na s proposed a school band which he Will instruct. He expects to have a band organisa- tion in a week or two. James Thompson, resident ol Freesoil for nearly 40 years, is ill. Mrs. Rolette Eddy is ill at the . home of her .son, Frank M. Eddy and ! Paul next with Plans Completed for Group Party CARR SETTLEMENT. —Plans are progressing for a large pre- Hallowc'en party to be held Saturday night. Oct. 21. at the Carr's Community hall. The and grandcnil- week including Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doe and chil- their children dren the past THTT send for a FREE itin. SAMPLE COPY Wall Street Journal for Complete Markets and all BUSINESS—FINANCIAL- INDUSTRIAL News The Newspaper of Successful Business Men and Investors 14 BROAD ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. Groceries With A Reputation MINCE MEAT with spirits . Ib. 19c BLACK WALNUT MEATS Ib. STUART PECAN MEATS, ex. Ige. Ib. BRAZIL NUT MEATS Ib. PRESERVES, 2 Ib. jar APPLE BUTTER, 10 oz. jar ORANGE-BLACK <f P*, BEANS Ib. JLtfV ORANGE-BLACK -f Cn SPICED JELLIES, Ib. JLtfV SPANISH SALTED PEANUTS Ib. 15c You enjoyed the Cooking School—You can easily follow the suggestions Mrs. Sailer gave on the use of 15C PURE ORANGE <f ff o JUICE ... 2 cans JL«H/ PORK and BEANS, ... 1 Ib. 12 oz. can MILK, ....... 4 tall cans COFFEE, Sweet Santos . Ib. Blk. Hulless POPCORN Ib. PUMPKIN, .... 2 No. Wi cans SAUERKRAUT, .. Ige. No. IV-i, can FULL MEAL DOG FOOD ... can SALTED MIXED NUTS, Ib. 25c Larsea's Food Shop 415 S. James St. Phone 939 _ ^ __ ^ _ ^ jl n c} r«vb ~ I . and Mrs. James" Me- j bit season attracted many hunt- ttnd family. The ladies Trs to this vicinity. The clay was a color tour around ! windy and the woods were noisv. s ood Zeikert of northeast QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS "i7i ™ x o L i DUETO EXCESS ACID lipro M;'"I»- , ' rjlm F latS Srhnnl I FreeBoJkTellsofHomeTreatmentthat ; the spot whprp W , lnB ° Cat - VT , i 0t "" Ui j Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing ! VULIL me no Use NfllPC A r A l»lVAn ! "vermin million bodies of tho WILLARD llULCCl rVlt. VJIVCK! TKKAT'uENT liave boon sold for relief of j I symptoms of dislivss arising from Stomach ' jATS Children of the ' - n<l D ^ odonal U| «« <i«« to Excess Acid— ' use which she was born sum class, held Monday evening in Scottville Fourteen older children are riding on the new bus and at- Russell Wright who his ho*.,-, te ™ in " Custor hi 6h school, employed in, Detroit is soend '' There are thre ° bccinnc ™ this i"K a few weeks with ills'fath- er. Alonzo Wright. (Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Keiser of Ludington were visitors at the Chancellor home Sun- V. H. day. Mrs. Edward Rasmusscn of Smfi ls . s P en .«»nB this week with her daughter. Miss Mis.s Irene Jan Koviak tprlaincd the club at her Youne home en- Women's recently. Bunco was the feature of en" "" ' Miss Virginia ,. first prize and Laurence Hansen second prize. Announces Plans for Fairview PT-A SUMMIT.— The~Parent-Teach- ni l> ?°r atlon °' f Fairview school will hold its first meeting of the year at, the schoolhouse Friday rvrning, Oct. 27, at 8 o'clock Ine committees to act for the ni.smng year are as follows- Ways and means— Mrs. Henry Agens, Mrs. Franz Pettersen and Mrs. Frank Beebe October— Mr. and Mrs. -Einor Chmtofferson and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Seymour, program; Mrs. Frank Beebe and Mrs. Henry Agens, refreshments November— David King and S^'y Agens-, program; Mrs. Will Schaffer and Mrs. David King, refreshments December— Miss Alice Wing year: Elaine and Ruth Bagdonas and Lorena Randall. The only eighth grader. Earlene Leav- i itt, is attending Custer school, j All are busy getting ready for ! the Hallowe'en box social and i turkey raffle which will be given I at the school Monday evening, Oct. 30, at 8 o'clock, it will be for the benefit of the 4-H clubs ! iind is also planned to buy a ra- : dio for the school. The children enjov the electric lights on dark days very much. There was no school Wednes- ! day. Oct. 11, on account of the teacher's illness. i Mrs. Hackcrt plans to attend i Michigan Teachers' convention at Grand Rapids, Oct 26 and 27 All arc trying hard to sell tickets for the turkey raffle Prizes will be awarded' to the first and ,second best seller. A number of pupils are absent on account of potato digging Buy From a Schrink Dealer. * t •> * * * * * * * Rural Church Announcements ' Mr. and s. Frank Beebe and Mr. and njents VanDyke, refresh. Jack Horton ' , Lloyd Schumacher, re- s; Mr - aud M rs. Franz and Mr. and Mrs Matthew Gould, program irr^5h ru SJ' y ~ Mrs - Elsworth M« P T\ M £ s - R °y Blundell and Mrs. Lowell Meisenheimer, proBram: Miss Anna Beckman "and M M;fS, rry »P arter - refreshments. March— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald VanDyke. program; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parsons and Mr. and ST. PAUL EVANGELICAL (Center Riverlon) (Rev. L. 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