The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 20, 1939 · Page 10
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 10

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 20, 1939
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THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY,.OCT. 20,1939. Celebration AhMveirsary -A reunion of the Ins family will be held at • townhall Saturday, Oct. . *rhich time the 50th wert- Ahniversary of Mr. and Mrs. 'ITS. Calkins, former resi- of South Custer, now of Sttffgte, will be celebrated. . tt*, B. Calkins, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Horace Calkins of I Kalkaska and William B. Calk- I Ins. -iKm. of Mr. and Mrs. David } Calkins, also of Kalkaska. were marled Oct. 21, 1889, and lived at that place until Sept. 15, 1893, WliSn they moved to a farm in South Custer one half mile west ol'the Brethren church, where th£y made their home until May, 1WO, when they moved to Stur- gls. They will return to Mason county for the celebration and the Amber hall has been secured ,',their oldest son, Rev. R. G. alkins, and plans are set for a pleasant day among their old iriends: A cordial invitation is extended to all of their friends "Who can come and spend the day With them when a co-operative dinner will be served. If it is not possible to attend for all day, friends are asked to call during day. The younger son, Horace, and family, also of Hastings, are planning to be here for the day as well as relatives from other places in the state. Ladies' Aid Meets Mrs. J. M. Cable was hostess to members of the Ladies' Aid of the Brethren church when they met at her home last Wednesday. The day was spent quilting and enjoying handwork. A co-operative dinner was served at noon after which a short business session was held with the president, Mrs. Cable, in charge. At that time it was voted to purchase a new stove to be used in the kitchen of the church. A pleasant feature of the meeting was the presence of Mrs." Edith Mohler Harter of Los Angeles, Calif., who is spending a couple 'of weeks with relatives and friends and who is a former worker of the group. Mrs. Harter conducted the devotional part of the program. Those present were Mesdames Clinton Lehman, Lena Murphy, John Leedy and her guest, Mrs. John Catherine of Lansing; Mrs. Edwin Mohler and guest, Mrs. Har- terj Mesdames E. Fox, D. O. Flory, Frank Damkoehler, Cyril Hemmer and Kenneth Beltz and the hostess, Mrs. J. M. Cable. St. Rose Society The St. Rose Altar society had a very pleasant meeting at the home of Mrs. William Dodge at 'her home near Tallman Thursday afternoon, Oct. 12. Those attending were Mesdames Peter JanKoviak, John Hemmer, J, w, Hqward, Margaret '"FarreTl, Mary WingrHirfKian Wilson, Boyd Dodge, Howard Wing and the hostes, Mrs. William Dodge; Guests for the afternoon were Mesdames Stanley Robinson, Kenneth Johnson and C. A. Middlemen of Grand Rapids who was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Wing. The next meeting will be held the first Thursday in November ' at the home of Mrs. Peter Jan; Koviak". L t- Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. William Schreck entertained a few friends and relatives Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Schreck's sister, , Mrs. William'Miller, of L'tldington who was celebrating her birth - day. ,:•;-• .-• -. ' '•". • • A dainty luncheon was served late in, the evening by Mrs. Schreck, assisted by Mrs: Miller. The honor guest received many Unwilling Rescue at Sea Honor Mr., Mrs. All on Anniversary CUSTER. George All Mr. and Mrs. of South Custer iwere tendered a complete surprise Sunday when several relatives came to help them celebrate their 44th wedding- anniversary. Mrs. Elmer Foster, sister of Mrs. All, lias been at the All home for the past week and helped to plan the affair Trcssia Foster and Miss Margaret Embrey of Detroit, Mr. End Mrs. William Appleton Sr. and daughter, Geneva of Eden. Mr and Mrs. John Monton and children of South Custer and Mr and Mrs. William Appleton Jr. and children of Eden. Custer friends are extending congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Dawson who have announced their marriage which took place a few weeks ago. week-end at their hvmes in Custer. Ms. Ivan Roberts and son, Earl are in Jackson where they are spending several days with Mrs. Roberts parents, Mr. and Mrs. O'Cc<mell. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roche' were Sunday evening visitors at the honie of Mrs. Goldie Sullivan in Ludington. Lloyd Janowiak and daughter, Dorothy, of Manistee, were callers at the Ivan Roberts Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thomas. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Cory and sons, Lawrence, Ellis and Evart and daughter, Arlene, drove to Muskegon Saturday afternoon, Oct. 14, to the home of their son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. where they were overnight guests. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Olson and daughter, Beverly, they drove to Lowell Sunday morning and were dinner guests Neilsen of South of Scottville. Other dinner guests at the Neilsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Norgaard of Morton school district. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harley and Mr. and Mrs. John Lichte were Sunday luncheon and eve- Myrtle Kenney. Mary, Holly, — , ---- ._ . iviaiy - ____ j which was carried out Sunday. Wi ] sol i ' W ere The invited guests arrived lt to the with well filled baskets to en- Rroup of the Brethren Church joy a ' fine co-operative dinner **" together, the feature of dinner being two cakes. one bearing a tiny bride and groom. the other bearing- the words The cakes "Anniversary." were made by two nieces of the couple, Mrs. John Monton and Mrs. William Appleton Jr. Miss Eva Waite. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waite, of Eden township, and George All, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy All, of South Custer, were married at the Waite home 44 i years ago Oct. 15 thus uniting Mrs. Dawson was formerly Mrs. i anc j Guy Sanders home Sunday] of Mrs Cory's brother-in-law and ------- ' " sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steenman. They returned to their homes Sunday evening. Warren Cory remained at home and cared for the stock during the absence of the family. Mrs. Frank Vermelrien is con- Don and Bob hostess and young Peoples they met Sunday evening' - " • afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Beadle were guests of relatives at Crystal Valley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Compeau of Ludington were week.•• t VVHCH tiivj ***wu VUTIIAIUM.J ~ • o i^^cvti. v/i. uultillglAJil Wtll; YVCCIV" I ' ne at the Wilson home for their I end guests at the John Allison regular meeting. The general home in south Custer: Sunday '— 1 " " '-~ 1J " dinner guests at the Allison home other than the Compeaus were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Craig, Mrs. Craig Sr. and Jacqueline Scott all of Scottville. When the freighter Belvedere came upon the 18-foot sailboat of Guy C. Avery of Tampa, Fla., 300 miles off the Azores, they had to argue with him more than an hour to abandon it. A sailor is shown descending to Avery'said. The lone sailor, at sea six months, is shown (inset) weak and . __ _ _ i . r.,i <.«:« j— Ti.i-rt^n artrinA The Belvedere brought two truly pioneer families of this region. The young couple made their home with the groom's parents until a piece of land on their own farm large enough to build a house could be cleared. As soon as this was done Mr. and Mrs. All built a small house where they have lived ever since. ! However as time went on the j remainder of the land was j cleared, the house was enlarg- j ed. a:\nice barn built and later ! a large chicken coop was added to the buildings until today the All f arm' is one of the best improved "in South Custer. Mrs. All, like her mother, is jvery fond of flowers and during I the summer months their flower garden is very lovely. Mr. and Mrs. All have always tak- 'Roger discussion hour was held after which a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments served. A large group were in attendance including the teachers, Mrs. J. H. Reinoehl, O. J. Saxton and Mrs. Saxton. Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Prowant also being among the group. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glamzi and friends of Muskegon were week-end guests at the Oscar Odean home in South Custer. John McKenzie returned to Kalamazoo Sunday evening after spendin valesclng nicely at her home following a recent major operation. Those who have called at the Vermeirien home recently are Mr. and Mrs. John Goos, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Vannatter, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Van Loon and children, Mr and Mrs. Ezra Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. Larry Swan and daughter, Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. John DeRooy, Mrs. An- I ton Kissel, Mrs. Sigmund Napier- MARBLE SCHOOL.—The first ; kowski and daughter, Phyllis, Parent-Teacher association;Bert Barton and Mrs. Mary meeting for the new school year Vande Voorde and sons. Cameil was held at the Marble school and Frank, of Walkerville. Group Has First Meeting of Year if Abe Gamertsfelder of West Rlv- erton. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lichte and daughters came Friday and were guests at the John Lichte and Axel Storm homes until returning to their homes' in Muskegon Sunday. A mile down in the depths of the ocean lives the chiasmondon niger, which has a stomach so elastic that it has no difficulty in swallowing a fish of greater bulk than itself, and three times as long. It is not exceptional for a citizen of the Netherlands to wear the same pair of wooden shoes for 40 or 50 years. m _____ __ ..... ^ __ ______ ^ the week-end iFrl'day'cveningVbct'Ts' "Despite i" WeVk -end guests of Mr. and I the bad weather the attendance ! Mrs. George Riley and family at his home in Custer. Addison Miller, member of the teaching force |ing will be November 10. at Clayton, was a guest over the week-end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miller, in South Custer. Miss Racheal Miller, who attends Manchester College North Manchester. Ind.. was also a. guest at the parental home. They made wno is a !was quite large. The next meet- were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ressler and sons. Harvey Jr.. and Harold, of Holly. The men enjoyed hunting while here. William Dow spent the week- lend at the home of his son at Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Manley Oman were hosts at a lovely'birthday dinner Sunday, Oct. 15, honoring : Benton Harbor at ! the 98th birthday of their father, i Mr and M rs. w . Wemple Sr. Paul Oman. For quite a num-j callecl on their daughters. Mrs. ber of years it has been a family w Thurow Jr. and Mrs. Maurice „„._. -...„ _„ the trip : custom of the Omans at Barre tt Wednesday. Oct. 18. to enjov some time with their ' the parental home and do honor - • - ••- clarence Griffith of Scottville . uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. to their father. All of the chil- talled on Douglas Thomas Mon- Clinton Harter, of Los Angeles dren excepting Mrs Frances j day . O ct. 16. Calif., who are visiting at the Noyes who lives m New Jersey > --------- u,_ ._ ^ --------- „ — , Miller home of Muskegon. and o nn - were able to be present. Several other members of the family had planned to attend but could not so. Center Riverton Harry Masser returned to his home in Eden Sunday. Oct. en an active part in the com- Odean, South Custer, \verej ™ h - b = bl t , the ii5. after spending a couple of munity affairs of South Cus-!*uests Saturday of Mrs. Roy i rin t tnUthPr" WPVP Mr nni™ : weeks with his daughter. Mrs. ter and have many friends there who hope they mav be i permitted to live many more him into Hoboken. N. J. family of Flint were week-end Witlfpr guests at the George Mallison! ffllllCl home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnson of Grand Rapids were Sunday Mrs. Claude Love Lasley. William Saxton Sr. of South Custer was a dinner guest Sunday at the McKenzie home. Mrs. Clinton Lehman and of South Custer, the youngest daughter, Lenna Murphy of South Custer her husband and daughter, iwere guests Sunday afternoon Reva. were present at the cele- |at the Leedy Saxton home in bration. the other daughter, 'Riverton. William Johnson of De- i Mrs. Russell day together were Mr. Oman, , ., . , • ., honored guest, and Mrs. Oman,'Earl Bailey, and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Ordway and and daughters. Marian and Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert and son, Elmer, of Am- of Victory and Mr. and Mrs. Mcuilev Oman. Mr. PENTWTER THEATRE FRIDAY and SATURDAY Oct. 20-21 Phil Regan, Jean Parker, Jerome Cowan, Benny Baker, Dorothy Kent, Horace MacMahon in "SHE MARRIED A COP" Stuart Erwin, Raynicn '.Valburn, Gloria Stuart, June Gale, Douglas Fowley. Clarence Kolb in "IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU" One of the best stories the Saturday* Evening Post ever ran. One of the funniest movies you've ever seen. d S companion mm ana speni day and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Bogvad were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mix ^ ! PENTWATER. — With the re- i turn to school the Mrs. troit ,ent, sent greetings and a "gift.: community: There are three grandchildren,] .i-ncnn . - . , lnson - „..„. Q ^ ., swings into fall and winter in-| Re va Love and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. William bcnrecK tfirpsts _ YounEr loeoole's activi- i Gerald .Tnhnsnn Mrs Littell and were cuests evening at the Ewald home in Scottvjlle. Lottie Oldt. Miss Tressia ?vlrs. Elmer Faster of Iron Mountain is spending two weeks ties at the Pentwater Methodist; The Alls were presented with Ibrey returned to Detroit Sun- church are rounding into shape spent Sunday evening at the Henry Schreck home at Walhalla. The tlohn Wagner family has moved into the new home which was recently purchased. The house is known as the Brayman house. Mr. and Mrs. George Mallison _____ ^ _ ____ ........ _ ...... r ---were callers Friday evening at j jumped to over 50 and new i ored couple, Mr. and Mrs. All, the Rflph Reeds home in Scott- c i asses are being arranged to; Mr - and Mrs. Claude Love and . * I v *••»•"***"» cri <-< _ | X r» 1 1 n- V\T r»v" TDs\im t-\ f C^n-,,4-1-* /~i».^ i Foster and Mrs.. Margaret Ema beautiful table lamp as a .day evening after spending the for a full program of religious collective gift from the group, j week-end at the O£^e All education and church social their home being one which ihome. events throughout the coming has recently had electricity in- | Timm Quinn of Detroit and months ' | stalled. !his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Since the first of October the i Those who attended the E. Quinn of Ludington were callers Sunday evening at the Sunday school membership has \ happy surprise were the hon- Sr. and family and other in the county. ] Mrs. Frank Stone returned to l her home Saturday afternoon. I Oct. 14. after spending a week ; with her daughter. Mr.s. Robert I Johnson, and family at White j Lakr Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and j children brought her home. The ; Johnson children were overnight . 1 * ov,^ T/T.-C TnVni TWVnlinp nf and Mrs. John Monne m takp rare of the older bovs and 'daughter, Reva of South Cus- home in South Custer. rr»ri= £v,o wo« %• oiu, °r-i^rn UP i ter. Mrs. Elmer Foster of Iron Don Shultz and Walter Read- T\^o tlav V Olivor T^rnUp The Rev. t . Oliver uraKe, North ^to ac^mpa^er by ' J^r of the chunks noTd^ fountain. Mrs. Lottie Oldt, * UUIIVACIV ^Vlilll*-, **.^ ^iiV- I ~ - - - r A 1 ' J Mabel McKenzie hoirr" in Cus- j Rtiests Saturday of their grand- ter and at the Richard Saxton 1*™^^ ^^ and MLss Elizabeth Morrison of East Lan.s- ing were week-end guests of Mi-ss IN OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT Men's Dressing Gowns Solid colors, Celanesc yarn, grand gifts. $1.98 PENNEY'S -; nr s cr nf nrinri Ranids soent the of oiana Kapias spent UIL "nice gifts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Mrs. B. Neilan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schreck of Wal' halla, Henry and Fred Zweigle of Branch, Miss Emily Gendrolis, Miss Elizabeth Cartier of Ludington. and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Schreck. Those invited but unable to attend were £- Miss Ann Zweigle, Mr. and Mrs. ;, William Zweigle of Branch and ;:,,Henry Schreck Jr. of Walhalla. Celebrate Birthdays The frank Damkoehler family '•Of South Custer were guests at J;the George Felt home in Amber ' evening when the birth- Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCumber and William McCumber of Ludington were in Muskegon Saturday where they attended the funeral of Joseph Perring. Harry Figgins and family spent Sunday in Hart where they visited relatives. [i-ectly supervising the Sunday i school work and adding new teachers to his staff of assist- ; ants. ! Sunday evening Epworth League meetings have been resumed and the first social event of the league will be a Hallo- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reene and j we'en party on the evening of daughter, April Belle, were weekend guests at the Fred McCormick home near Fountain. Oct. 31. An intermediate group of Epworth Leaguers has also been formed and they will have Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Middleton a Hallowe'en party on of Grand Rapids spent several days last week with their daughter, Mrs. Howard Wing and family. evening, Oct. 27. Both Friday of these affairs will be held in the basement of the church. The new Junior choir will Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith and i make its first public appearance family were guests Sunday eve- j at the Sunday morning service, ning at the Arthur Brickley home in Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. George Woodhead and son, Charles, and the Emery Marrison family were guests at the Ivan Morse home at Bachelor Sunday. .. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith spent Sunday afternoon at the Jerd Howe home in Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and family of Ludington were guests for the day at the E. P. Reene home. Martha Sanders of Spring Lake .spent the week-end with her cousin, Doris Jean Sanders. Mrs. Charles Green was a recent guest of Mrs. Lyle Reene. Mrs. Hugo Thum of Grand j Rapids called Saturday on Mrs. | Howard Wing. i ,. Joseph Sanders, Harley and | Armand Lyons of Ludington *»*****VML*J ** » ^**«*»b " »*^*# t,«»fc, »_»*». v** _^ ** t ~ , days of Mr. Felt and his niece, i drove to Burnips Sunday where , Louise .Damkoehler were cele- they spent the day hunting. Oct. 22, when it will provide special music for the service .under the direction of Adrian Nei- boer, church choir director. This choir is composed of 12 young people recently organized with Miss Patricia Burkholder as president, Betty Lou Marcellus, HOMOGENIZED vice president; Marion Reed, and Bar- Willowdeen secretary-treasurer, bara Cadreau and Blamer, librarians. £?- brated. A lovely birthday dinner L'?, was served with prettily decorat- s ed cakes being features. As the , honor guests found their places at the table they found their chairs were filled,with gifts! .,; .Those present 'were members fi of the Damkoehler family, Miss fAtin Hamilton of Ludington and \the Pelt family. . ; , . v . - ! J Miss Mildred Smedberg of St. hospital was a week-end iest ,at her home in Custer. 16 Smedberg family enjoyed " icken dinner at Victory served by the ladies of xjtory Catholic church. Fred Stahelln family were treats Sunday at Jthe Percy Uth home. ' William Schreck and Mrs. B. Nelian, were in - where, they NOTICE MEAT PRICES ... SpVing Like and sis- .ughters, Lucille irvMrs.JuUa „„. v'Sunday at ,W$ home in South i j ( Clay stump and Mrs. B. Neilan and Mrs. Wil- ;iam Schreck were in Ludington Saturday. While there they called at the. William Miller and James Herr homes. Mr.' and Mrs. David Beadle, daughters, Inez and Masie, were supper guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Vine of Crystal Valley. Miss Mildred Calkins of Scottville was a guest Tuesday afternoon of Mrs. George Turner in I South Custer. j Mrs. Howard Schwass and, family were recent guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs. David Beadle. , Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Wheaton of west of Custer are announcing the birth of a son On Oct. 16. Bother and baby are progressing nicely under the care of Mrs. Wheaton Sr. The baby has been named.Kaymond Alfred. 'Frank Whitaker and grandson, Gale. Smith, of Crystal Valley were guests recently at the David Beadle home. ' Alvin Hackert and Vic Link left last week for Lansing where they'plan to enter Michigan State^college for a nine months' Agricultural course. •-The J. H.'Reinoehl family of South Custer were dinner guests at the William Saxton home in Luaington Sunday. Jlalph Bowman of Chicago spent the week-end with Mrs. Bowman and children at their home, in North Eden. HAVE COME DOWN! Direct from farmer to consumer. BEEF ROAST, finest quality, young, tender, Ib. SIRLOIN STEAK, Va. ROUND STEAK Ib PORK SHOULDER ROAST, young pig: Ib. PORK STEAK, Ib. PORK CHOPS Ib. RING BOLOGNA, no filler, finest quality, .... 2 Ibs. PORK SAUSAGE, small, finest quality, Ib. FRANKFURTERS, small finest quality Ib. BA€ON, regular slab, .. Ib. PICNIC HAMS, Ib. PURE LARD, 1 A« finest quality, Ib. JLIFI/ VEAL SHOULDER ROAST, milk fed, ,...l Ib. Oldest, largest nieat s market ih Jthe , city. Louie Eliasohn Phone 152 619 S. James "The Place Where Your Dollar Works Overtime." 15C Soft Curd Curd Soft SUNDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY, j Oct. 22, 23, 24 Sunday Matinees 3 and 5 \'nu Can't Blackout Truth. The guns spew again. Men are mad again. The world faces a crimson hell again. Millions want to know—what 'does it all mean? The answer is here. The greatest war picture of all time. More timely now than ever be: fore. ! This younger generation has I not seen it. Many will want to see this uncensored version. As vital as the very .breath you are now drawing! AT LAST! THE UNCENSORED VERSION! Was Used Exclusively At The Cooking School Because of its CONVENIENCE ECONOMY FLAVOR AND DIGESTIBILITY Homogenization is the newest and most sensational method of milk preparation known . . . and is used in the most outstanding dairies . . . Authorized by physicians as being the perfect preparation of milk from the standpoint of health and beneficial qualities. NOTHING TAKEN AWAY AND NOTHING ADDED Ask Any Member of Our Staff to Explain How and,Why Homogenized Milk is Better For The Entire Family. 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