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MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1939. FHE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. 1'AGEMVE SCOTTVILLE News Prom Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Horn* 126-F-14.) Mrs. Eva Reader Van Rensselaer Passes Away at Detroit Home Sunday Mrs. F. J. Reader Sr. received word late Sunday night telling of the death of Mrs. Eva Reader Van Rensselaer of Detroit. Mrs. Van Rensselaer had not been in very good health for many weeks but was able to be up and around until Saturday evening when she seemed more ill than usual. A physician was called and within two hours she went into a coma and passed away at 10:30 p. m. Eva O. Brown was born in Oceana county and came here with her parents when a small child. She had attended j Juvenile Grange Meeting Enjoyed Amber Juvenile Grange met Friday evening with the regular Grange group. A program of appropriate fall readings were given and songs enjoyed. The group is practicing the initiation service which they will give at the Pomona meeting soon. Games were enjoyed later and a lunch served. The Senior Grange held its regular meeting and during the business session it was decided to donate $5 toward the new hospital fund. A social hour and lunch completed the evening. , PARTY IS HELD BY Word has, been received of be served at the close of the evening. » , . ; < Ladies' Club Meets with Mrs. Darke EAST RIVERTON.—The East Riverton Ladies' club met at "EdTumer of the i home of Mrs Laurence birthday. The girls spent the time in playijig games and hiking after which they enjoy- day several took advantage of it and visited neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Erwin and Mrs. ed a decorated -birthday cake, I Mary Broder were entertained at jello and grape juice. the Paul Elkins home. Mrs. J. C. Catherman of Lansing > Maude Meisenheimer and arrived Saturday, Oct. 14, to daughter, Marian, called at the spend the week-end at the [ Clyde Delavergne home in Lud- Leedy-Saxton home. He with Mrs. Catherman, who has spent the past week here, returned tVio HoatVi nf Mm TM Tiirnpr nf l n " IlUIIie Ul iviio. jjauicii^c """ KU.UU .Y-V-IV m.**., i»,/u**.i. u HarrSSn Wash who mssed Darke for the October meeting home Tuesday. Sav It her home SaffiS with n members and five vis- The Riverton Farm bureau away at ner nome oavuraay . • mp^tino- uii-iini-i ™ac hn HP Vipiri turday morning, Oct. 21, following an illness for some time. Mrs. Turner was formerly Jennie Ely. The Turners were pioneers of Amber township and Mr. Turner and Miss Ely were married in Amber township, her people coming from Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Turner left here about 35 years ago but have been back a number of times to visit. Surviving are her husband, one daughter and two grandchildren. The message was received by Mrs. Clara Greenwell of Ludington who is a niece. BABY CLINIC TO BE HELD FRIDAY, OCT. 27 The Baby Clinic, sponsored by the Scottville Literary society, will be held Friday afternoon, Oct. 27, from 2 to 4 o'clock and will be held as usual at the Eastern Star hall. Mothers are invited to bring their babies and small children to the clinic. itors present. A delicious co-operative dinner was enjoyed at noon. The afternoon was devoted to visiting and sewing. The business meeting was meeting which was to be held Monday evening. Oct. 23,, was postponed until Wednesday evening, Oct. 25, when it will be held at the Gus VonGlahn home in West Riverton. called to order by the president I Mrs. J. B. Leedy and Mrs. J. and three new members joined ,C. Catherman the club. I Brethrein Aid attended the society held The November meeting is to Wednesday, Oct. 11 at the J. be held with Miss Emma Langfeldt. If there is sewing available from the hospital the ladies will sew on that, otherwise they will start another quilt top with the patches cut four inches by four jnches and sewed into a patch. M. Cable home in South Custer. iMrs. J. L. Young has as her house guest her aunt, Mrs. Mary Schumacher, of Ludington. Bud Septrion has gone to Detroit for a two weeks' visit von Kistler and daughters, Phyllis Ann and Beverley Jean/'were entertained at the Harold Fitbh home and Mr. and Mrs. Fenning, the latter formerly known in this vicinity as Mamie Chauvez, ega'te the past two .Sundays. The convention was Weld at the Bay Sh'ore camp of the Evangelical ',«.* church. '"* t Mrs. Jesse Houk, who is being , ~J cared for at the home of net ' ' * ington. Mrs. George Piper was entertained at the Lloyd Broder home while Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson visited at the Martin Abrahamson home in Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson of Ludington called at the John and daughter of Muskegon were! daughter, Mrs. Herbert Dipple in entertained at the Earl Bashaw I Ludington, is reported somewhat home. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Van- improved. Nortwick of Muskegon spent the week-end at the Roy VanNortwick home. Mrs. Ralph Kistler gave a very complete report of the Young Miss Olive Glynn of Lansing and her .aunt of Missouri were recent callers at the home of Mrs Mary Broder. Miss Gynn is visiting Indian locations in the People's convention at Sebawing | interest of their school atten- Polcin home; Mr. and Mrs. Er- j ing, where she was sent as a del- j dance. LADIES' AID TO MEET The program committee ap- Wlt h his brother and sister, pointed included Mrs. Carrie I William Septrion and* Mrs. Young, Beatrice Cole and Effie ! Cednc Barrett. Darke. Mr - and Mrs. Orvan Saxton Members present were Mes- called Sunday evening on Mrs. dames Minnie Thurow, Jennie ;Kirkman, whi is ill at the home The Viola Rebekah lodge held The Ladies' Aid society of Wemple, Effie Darke, Beatrice Cole, Carrie Young, Blanche Brown, Edna Selby, .Marie Thurow and daughters, Karleen and Edith Marie; Muriel Thurow and daughter, Darleen; Mary Darke and Miss Emma Langfeldt. The new members are Mesdames Wickham, Leona Wemple and Dorothy Wemple who were accompanied by their children. Vis- of her son, Alva Kirkman. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schwass and son, jimmie, were week- , end guests at the Joe Senecal : home in Newaygo. Mrs. Clinton Lehman and Mrs. Nenna Murphy were recent guests at the Leedy-Sax- home. Miss Dorothy Septrion of Muskegon visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Seotron school here and in Ludington > it s monthly business meetingjthe Methodist church will meet itors were Mrs. Eleanore Moty-| over last week-end and on and in early womanhood was \ anf j birthday party Wednesday 1 Wednesday afternoon at the ,ka and Mrs. Lucille French. Sunday all were entertained at iinitprt in mnrrinep t,n Talcott ' n,,^^i,,™ ,,,;n, oc • mamKm.c- ai->^ r-Viiirrh <avinl rnnms A oV>/-,i.f ^v^rri-r,wi -,-,,„„ „,,;^,,n,5 1 dinner nV t.Vip TTrip TnVint.^,-, united in marriage to Talcott ' evening with 36' members and R. Reader, who passed away j tnree visitors present. Delegates 16 years ago. Following his | from tne state convention gave death she went to Detroit i tneir reportSi delegates being ...u:.u . which home. had since been her | During her many years spent Sanders and Mrs. John Lake. Following the meeting an oys- _____ ..... o ____ _________ o in Scottville Mrs. Van Rens- ! ter ~supper°w~as~ served" by the selaer had ,taken an active part in the different organizations. She was formerly a men under the direction of John • Lake. Those assisting him were J. F. Pinkerton, Adam past matron of the Scottville ; S i am kowski'. Fred Adams, Wil- chapter of the Order of East- Uam Mason William Merritt, i Milton Price, Noah Bellamy, very competent and efficient i tSffklnd ' this kind of wnrk Dodge, Glenn Pratt, Oran Cutler, 01 worK ' . May Rigel, Chalmers Fraiden- Several years ago she was , burgf Maude Quinn and MLss united m marriage to F- J- ; R U th Crowe. Each one received Rensselaer who survives. He . ift h remernbrance of the day has been i 1 for some t me and . * P church social rooms. Hostesses of the day are Mesdames Rupert Stephens, Leslie Bragg, Arnold Carlson and M. H. Coburn. CARD PARTY TONIGHT Plans have been completed for the card party to be sponsored tonight by the Eastern Star ladies and to be held at their hall. Plans promise a good time for every one. \> C11J.U J.VJ.A O. 0-JUU111C A'J. CllAJ^JU *J ' • • ~» v- ^i*b't-j.ui4,ii.iv,\.4 *J.\j A short program was enioyed Qmner at the Eric Johnson with readings by Edna S^lby, (home in Ludington. Lucille French and .Muriel (, Mr - and Mrs. Pete Ruba and Thurow. In a "Know Your'|°^ u Shter, Delia Gay. were Oct. Leaves" contest led by Emma i J, 5 guests at the Estel Brown Langfeldt, Mrs. Wickham won | h °J? e the prize. Mr - and Mrs. Albert Langfeldt I and sons was Sunday after- PT-A Meets I noon, Oct. 15, callers at the i first Parent-Teacher i Flovd Shcrburn home in Wilev iTrnt. Vmlrl T7lv!*4 n *. /"•*«•*- ; Hicfi'inf J The meeting was held Friday. Oct. ; district. MEETING IS PLANNED 13, at the schoolhouse with the president, Orvan Saxton. calling the meeting to order. Community singing of "America the Beautiful," and reading of the minutes opened the meeting. A motion was made to sponsor a 4-H club if A rousing; chariyari was given Mr. and Mrs. Ranold Thurow Monday evening, Oct. 16, at their farm home. Potato digging is the order .of the day, with potatoes a very poor crop an.d part of them not. worth dis^ins owing stalled , box nas b j _ The Junior Farm bureau will .- _. „ . ,„„, ^ n ^. K meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 24, necessary and it was also voted |to the blight which hit them at the home of Holly Wilson. jto buy an electric plate for | in September. This will be the regular meet- c ?° km g.. as electricity was in-i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hamcl in~ and members are asked to; stalled m the school during of Detroit were last week-end _ remember the date. Scottville Locals will be unable to attend Mrs. . si Rensselaor's funeral. Surviving . muiu - besidcs the husband are two ! s\ daughters, Mrs. August Arndt \J t and Mrs. J. E. Olson, both of i Detroit; a son, Talcott R. Jr j of Gladwin; four grandchil- i drcn, two great grandchildren, ., «"• <*»«" «MIO. .jbuu..n, ua.i.^ia.y^-,,,,. one sister, Mrs. Charles Dow. Mr ; and Mrs - Or a» Cutler and daughter, Janet and Mr., 01 ™?;,, of Holland, and on.e half sis- 5I JC " tinTnurJsd ^ and ,- Prld ay- and Mrs. Erwin Haahr and vacation. A ways and means committee anpointed included Miss the Odd Fellows and . was enjoyed. | Mr. and Mrs. Marious Ander- Rhea Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Alsen of Amber and Mr. and Mrs.| fl 'ed Dittmer and Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen of Custer were din- Frank Suschil. ner guests Sunday, Oct. 15. at the; Following are the program home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilhelm committees for the year: Hansen of Amber Station. , , irN °Y e ™ b ? r — Thomas _.Selby, guests at the DcWitte Wickham home. . , 1ir , Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Barclay I w .endell Young and Eleanor ter. Mrs. Blanche Hoag, of De- .Oct. 19 and 20, at the ninth troit, and also two half broth-1 annual Northern Michigan ers Oscar and Gordon Stone, Florists 'school at Charlevoix. Both of Seattle. Wash. ' The Thursday discussions daughter, Carla, are home from D3troit for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Jessie Greenway came I ivrnr/,v? Thurow. •February—Jerry Suschil, Estel Brown and Carl Schwass. from.. Detroit Friday evening,. •V/L 1 I \Jl QtTO. UklU* »f CVOll. -. -'i 4\. ' " 1 1 A I. VI44 4-»>-.Wi.V»*W *. 1. l^ t*,^ ^T<^^m.^m<1 The body will'be brought to .were on the, commercial pos- spe nding the week-end with; Scottville Wednesday noon and labilities in soiless culture and| her sons Ro bert and George, j will be taken to the Stephens j^so a more special study of , and at tne Charles Hartmann' funoral home where it will lie ! \ hc flowers grown in the hot- ihome George joined his| Be » z in state until 2:30, the hour of i houses. - — - • --• - — G.e.ra. ... Mavis and Max Jr. and Louis Darke, Mae Bedker. Caroline Harold Richert. Brye Scene of Meeting S U M M I T.—An interesting j meeting of the Child Study club' was held at the Frank Brye home Monday evening. Throughout ,the evening parliamentary law was observed, commented upon , and used as a part of the study I Members responded to roll call ' Wl til' ClGVGll lOlCGS. The feature nf th« evening was a paper— "Too Young fof the funeral services. Burial will be made in the Brookside cemetery. . . p— oo oung o During the evening j mothcr at Mt: Pleasant where! April— Robert Bedker. Ran- College K reviewed bv Mrs Glen e up all of the flow- he ls attending school, making I °W - Thur ow Genevlev Thurow MeTsenheiniG This eliceted sev- in. mis encttea ers used in the style show. The I the trip here with her . £:and Aline Bedker. style show included all the j chicken dinner was enjoyed I May—Charles Colo, Jack Ja- clothes for a girl from infancy j saturday at the Hartmann : '"^ J T " """"' through her wedding mclud-! nome and Mrs Qreenway re- ing kindergarten, mtermedi- j turned to Detroit Sunday eve- ate and high school, gradua- i n ing tion, going away to college and ; college days, concluding; with I the wedding styles. Flowers I were used on all occasions and the group were shown how to fashion them. Program Planned for Sutton PT-A SUTTON SCHOOL.—Program M. 1 ! 5 - kobk: and Isa Selby. Refreshment committees are: November—Mrs. Orvan Saxton, Miss Emma Langfeldt, [Mrs. Arthur Richert. I January — Mrs. Laurence Darke. Mrs. Stephen Darke, Mrs. Edwin Selby. February—Mrs. Carl Sohwass. Suschil and Mrs. On Friday, classes were con- fo ^Yhe Sutton school Parent- iAlfrcd Dltt "» er One of the loveliest affairs tinued throughout the day on ;Teacher association to be nre- I March-Mrs. Robert Beddker of the season was the recep- , a il types of funeral work, bas- se nt ed a t 8 P m Tuesday is Mrs. Eli^ab^th Hansen and Mrs Hnn HolH TMllircHnv PVpnllltr hv ! b-o*c Vilonb-oftr c-.-,>Tnrc o 1 or. ot - lll ' l - u "•" _ ° H- "»• J. UCOUay Ib _, r*,:cr s tion held Thursday evening by : kcts, blankets, sprays, also the Scottville chapter of the | wedding work, corsages, vases Order of Eastern Star at the land many other types. Eastern Gtar hall in honor of I Mr. aiid Mrs. Cutler were R. J. Smith who was recently ! greatly interested in the ses- clected erand sentinel of the 'sions and found many points Grand chapter of Michigan. I of interest to be used in their The hall had been made at- I own greenhouse and floral tractive with flowers and in i work, the receiving line were Mr. i Cook, associate matron of the local lodse and Dr. C. M. Spencer, worthy patron of the local lodge. Following the pleasing program reception a was given with Mrs. Harriett Meads as mistress of ceremonies, adding to the dignity of the occasion WK1V. •*.- XjV... »..[•, 1 •« * V ..«.»* ...» , I Smith, Mrs. Vessie Jenks, wor- 1 1 hlirnn Mifrnf thy matron and Mrs. Sadie VIIU1UI lllglll Enjoyed by Group The first regular church announced. The speaker of the evening will be Miss Gertrude Eastman. Following her talk Mrs. Lorraine Sr ; Rav Gifford. Aoril—Mrs. Estel Brown, Mrs. R. Mavis and Mrs. W. Bedker eral queries, and the pros and cons on the subject were thorough discussed. Time was taken to inspect the hand-decorated, orchid ' colored covered year books. Mrs. Brve was assisted as hos- r tess by Mr?. Jack Maynard. A I flapper salad featured the luncheon, which was served by candlelight. Mrs. Harold Harmon has been invited to di.sruss a hospital auxiliary organization at the next meeting. Sunday being a lovely colorful Hedricks of Custer will give a piano solo and a vocal quartet from Summit, directed by Harold Fitch, will sing. Gus Vo'n- Glahn will also present a vocal solo. Stereopticon pictures of wild life will be shown under the sponsorship of the Fin and Feather club. The program May—Mrs. Charles Cole. Mrs. Carl Rahn and Mrs. Frank The following program pre- nared bv Mrs. Max Rahn, Mrs. Otto Rahn and Mrs. Fred Mavis was then given: Community singing, "Yankee Doodle" and "Sailing" with Mrs. Otto Rahn as chorister will be concluded with music by and Neln 'e Mae Bedker pianist, the Hansen sisters and a con-1 Recitations—Allen Rahn and night as held by the Methodist i certina selection played by! Loren in her own way. Mrs. Dan ' cellent and well-planned din- V. Dewey of Ludington gave ner, served under the direction several splendid piano num- | of Mrs. Rudolph Wicklund's bers; Mrs. Forrest E. Gilbert division of the Ladies' Aid so- church congregation this fall, I George Kribs took place Friday evening, Oct. I A i unc h will be served at the 20. with 52 persons taking part. The group sat down to an ex- offered two very lovely vocal numbers and Leslie Brags and daughter, Lois, added to the pleasure with several numbers on their Hawaiian fruitars. Miss Anna Mendelsohn gave a group of readings, including several dialect numbers and closing with a tribute "To the Flag." At the conclusion, Dr. Spencer presented Mr. Smith with"a gift. At the close of the evening, a luncheon was served at a . very P r « tti i^.. a PP?J!}. ted __t?, b _ 1 ?' Solicitations Made close of the evening. All are invited to attend. ciety. Following the supper, a delightful hour was spent in singing and visiting with Extension Club to Be Organized CENTER RIVERTON.— Center Riverton will organize an Extension club on Thursday group songs from the group e ^i! nT Oc 26 at the Schwass of songs used at the Epworth ei ' enm S- uct - M > at tne tocn wass session at Lake Louise being enjoyed. It was decided to hold the next church night supper on Nov. 1, with Mrs. Rupert Stephens' group of the aid in charge of the serving. with Mrs, Max Jenks pouring. Two Are Guests of Baldwin Club Mesdames Harriett Meads and Earl Gordon were guests of the Baldwin Study club Friday afternoon at the celebration of their 25th anniversary. It was held at the I. o. O. F. hall and the district president was in attendance as speaker. A clever floor show was held with each one of the past presidents being called and each responding wearing a dress of the period in which she served as president of the club. Each was presented with a corsage of the club flower, the white carnation. White carnations • and greens were used in decorating the table and Mr.s. Max A. Brail poured. for Hospital Fund Soliciting for the hospital fund in Amber township, has been under direction of Charles K. Hansen. The work has been done by school districts and Mrs. C. E. Chilberg has completed District No. 1, the Jones school and Theodore Brandt has completed No. 8, the Eagle district. Workers in other districts are No; 2, Amber Station, C. E. Hubbell; No. 3, Rickey, Herbert Carlson; No. 4, Star, Frank Sobral- ski; No. 5, North Amber, Mrs. Paul Weinert and No. 7 frl., Tpney Marek. Fractional 6 will also be solicited. Donations were made by the Gleaner and^ the Grange organizations. The United States Military academy at West Point was established in 1802. home. Mrs. Floyd Timmons, leader of the East Riverton Extension group, will give the first les.son. Anyone who wishes to join the club is asked to be present Rhythm band numbers—East Riverton .pupils. Readings—Donald and Robert Rahn. Guitar music—Donald Rahn. Music—Lyle and Dolly Witte. Reading—Lewis Dark?. Vocal solo—Mrs. Harold Harley. Guitar and concertina music bv Caroline Benz and Roy Pleiness. Movie slides of Greenfield Village shown by Mr. Graham. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Albert Langfeldt, William Thurow Jr. and Pete Sisko. i Miss Verna Dean Brown en- al this meeting as it will be im- j tertained Betty Thurow, Lucille possible to enroll after that Zwinger, Elsie Richert and date. Jean Darke Saturday after- A co-operative luncheon will noon, Oct. 14, in honor of her STAR SCOTTVILLE TONIGHT AND TUESDAY Shows 7:00-9:15 Admission 25c-10c —Added 3 Stooges Comedy Colored Carttoon and Fox News Wide range of styles, sizes, prices; convenient terms, W. E. Reader and Company Custer, Mich. Children's Regular 98c Oxfords 77" IIIVIilNIII, Save 21c! 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