The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 25, 1939 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1939. "HE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE' SCOTTVILLE News From Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Horn* 126-F-14.) President Harrison's Widow Thrills Over Prize Calves ! ship and Mrs. Celia Hagstrom home in Detroit Sunday. Mrs.'land and family , visited in Edward; were Siuiday evenius.^^yiner j Hansen accompanied them.i r jfor, Scottyilje and Ludington Sat- , held on the grounds back of the schoolhouse and in case of | storm will be held in the gym. i IA clever program and stunts j I will be featured. Guests at the meeting Mon| day evening included Mr. Christman, A. W. Hamel of Ludington, Harley Knecht of u /.* tv, D Petoskey and also a guest from Seventeen members of the | Snelby _ Scottville Literary club met at the home of Mrs. Max Jenks at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon i and from there motored to Lud- • ington to make a tour of the Star Watch Case factory. Hard Times Party Planned by PT-A Ed Rohrmoser, assisted by Robert L^ssdrd, conducted the group through the entire plant, explaining 'as they proceeded, the various stages in the making of the cases, from ,the molten metal to the finished product ready for shipment. First they were taken to the furnace room where the metal was melted and formed into long flat strips which are run through a rolling press several times to obtain the desired thinness. The flat pieces then go through hand operated presses which cut and shape the-tops and backs of the cases In the turning room they are turned down to fit perfectly. After visiting the material de- i partment where the crowns, lugs bCObbVllie and bows are made, the group TTT--M A+fcmrl was taken in respective succes-| Will AbbCZlU sion to the joint room where the parts are .soldered or spot-welded, the finish room where the The Amber Station Parent- Teacher association will meet Friday evening at Amber hall. The event will be a hard times party and everyone, both adults and children, are asked 'to come in costume and to mask. Prizes will be given for the best costume, both adult and child. The following program will be given: Solo with guitar accompaniment by Anna Mae Storm; straw hat boxing, 4-H boys; surprise number; guitar trio and tunts. (SSI will also be served. Manistee, Tuesday. Alvin Haywarcl and , ... ... - -„ ., , . .. Shereda of Detroit .motored to I guests of'" Mrs. Alice- ColeT*-and: a few days visit in the B city ,.. Freesoil Sunday to speiid a -few; family. * 'with friends and relatives. i Mr and Mrs. John Boehrn davs huntine iii the vicinity i Mr. and Mrs. John Belleville! Lawrence Reek and family 1 entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mr* wnrrvnpnnpttnnrt fVmtlvi spent the week-end in Grand;moved from the Asa TompkinsjVan Sickle and family at a nf qnnMvnfc nnri M •« iffi ! Rapids, returning to Freesoil farm on Monday to the Larkeyl game dinner Sunday at their of Scottville and Mis. Bpyd t M ^ d » \ farm sou th of the Fountain ; cottage at Ford lake, podge of Walha la were callersi ' ^ ^>- itvDewritlnB ^ bles : cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Par-: Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Harnden in Freesoil Monday afternoon, i ^"J Q ™ a ' d J[ e 5Y 0 T."^JrS! metier, who formerly lived on and Mrs. Arthur Waite of the school and were consSct- the Larkey farm, have pur- Bass lake district called on ;theinstni-toi• Dnrwinl chased the A1 Canflel d farm'friends Monday. f the mstruotoi, D ^win| m the Mms , ct , „„ „„., „„ 'tin i JJ Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Heckman were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lydic. Several persons from here were business visitors in Manistee Monday. j Mr . and Mrs . A nen Mclntosh Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole and; and son, Wallace, who havt „„„„,,„ n ,, 0 . rc son of East Riverton. Mrs. | been visiting Mr, and Mrs. Her- I*"K-ena guests Sarah Shelley of Meade town-' man Hansen, returned to their M1S - * • * v --. ftLtK - Fountain Mr. and Mrs. John Stark en- Mrs" Buell Sheiiey of Free- ! tertained over the week-end soil visited Mrs. James Kirk- i for Winf red; Russell of Lansing Patrick Saturday. jand his son, Robert Russell, of Mr. and Mrs. William Lit- Flint. ' Mr. Russell was a for- of Grand Rapids wgce mer . resident , in ,the Holmes -end guests of Mr and district. His parents owned ithe farm which is now the Mr. and Mrs. Harry McFar- property of John Boehm. BUY SLEEP COMFORT ADMITTING she was , , . . . A Harrison, widow of the 23rd President of the United States, Benjamin Harrison, spent half an hour gazing at the twenty calves of.the Borden exhibit at the New York World's Fair. These youngsters, born m The Dairy World of Tomorrow" barns were declared by Mrs. Harrison to be "very lovely." Scottville teachers leave j home. Thursday morning to attend the cases are fitted and drilled, the I state teachers' meeting bein polish room where they are pol- ! held at Grand Rapids this week. ished and to the plate room j Maurice Stiles, local music in- t _ where thev are chrome, nickle or ! structor, has been selected as : Ernest (Courtland spent a Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Goff of Benton Harbor. Dorothy Edwards was an You'll open your eyes wide in surprise at the marvelous bargains in blankets, comforters, quilts, spreads, sheets— oh, everything that a warm, well-dressed bed should have! Penney's prices are lower, yet there has been no lowering of quality. You get the same high-standard, tested quality you get here every day in the Year. Stock up NOW and SAVE! As an added convenience you can, of course, use Penney's Lay-Away Plan! . and two children of Kalama- j overnight guest of Eileen Hunt zoo were week-end guests at \ Sunday. the" Marshall Gulembo home. gold plated and then washed. The parts are assembled, given a final inspection and fitted with crystal. With an hour to spare, the club one of the leaders to serve as; few days recently at his home, leader during the convention, returning to Detroit and his Selected students from all of the i work on Wednesday, Oct. 18. rn-nnri Rnnids schools have : The Golden Rule club will be^omS^ntoS^ Thanksgiving Miss Maxine Hunt was Monday afternoon visitor of Mrs. Allison Hilden. Monroe Nash substituted in the service station Monday dur- Mrs. John Brunke accom- YVitll UI1 IIJUl H; op**!*-, I.***- v,»ww UCCU 1U1 llicru llluu a W*HI\A «...— nyr-i ri/-, 1 Ki i »* »-i decided to visit the Coast Guard they will play under the dlrec- ; dinner with_ Mrs. Milo CoHnirn , --- ~ - children to station where an attendant ex-! tion of various leaders, the on US-31 neai Ludington on . ydiueu a g K u plained the use of their equip- j work being in the nature of a,Nov. 26 Then husbands *ul mptlt nnri answered Various 1 htinri plinlr t.n st.iirtv the music I Dt bUebbS at unis inet-uins. ment and answered various questions pertainine; to their duties The lighthouse keeper described in detail the working band clinic, to study the music i and other points in working \ them out for the various class schools. of the automatic radio beam, fog j Mrs William Buffenbarger. horn and lights. i teacher at the Amber Station! At 6 o'clock four other mem- ; school, will a Lso go to Grand ; bers joined the group to enjoy ; R ap ids for the teachers' con- dinner at the Stearns hotel, j vention Thursday and Friday. Later a short business meeting j was held in the small dining, Scottville Locals room. Three new members were \ Mrs. Jesse Adams is soending introduced. It was announced several weeks with relatives that the baby clinic, of which land friends in Three Rivers, Mrs Robert Pinkerton is chair-; Albion and other points in man, will be held on Friday, Oct. 'Michigan. 27, at the Eastern Star hall. All i Week-end guests at the mothers with babies are urged to'Frank Dickey home were Mrs. attend. (Dickey's mother, Mrs. Alice At the next meeting, on Nov. i Hoaghuse and her two broth- 14 tn> Literary club will enter- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoag- tain tho Scottville Study club at huse and son and Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mrs. Mark Smith. : Louis Hoaghuse, all of Charlotte. Earl Dickey, who visited t in Charlotte last week. returned to his home here. Week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mortensen of Amber were Mrs. i Louise Schmidt and son. Har- |ry, of Stevens, Minn., and Mr. I and Mrs. Everett Ericksen of lAlvarado, Minn. They came TUT c Avrmiri nrlson enter- ' Sunda V morning, returning by Mrs. Ainoici caribon eutti i boat Tuesday. Mrs. Schmidt tainecl Monday afternoon ,m_| is a sisler of Jonn Knudsen of n Monday to have dental work done. Ross Bennett's truck is FreeSOil '• busily engaged in hauling ap- ' pies from Miller's orchard at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grinnell : Round lake to Muskegon. Elty and Mrs. Selina Martin were Tyler is doing the hauling. ! Mr. and Mrs. Al Hilden at- Monroe Stanley; tended the funeral of their aunt, have been entertaining friends i Mrs. Mary Cunningham of honor of the second birthday Eagt Thh . d street _ n Scottville anniversary of her son, Richard afternoon playing, while their mothers visited. and it has been 31 years since brother and sister met. The Knudsen family spent Sunday at the Mortensen home. Mrs. Mortensen is a daughter of SCOTTVILLE TONIGHT AND THURSDAY FF.4TURE PROGRAM .«£»•. —. t , *u« fn»*v. iviui tciia^rii la a wuur,*iv^i *-»* The party was In the *°rm M d Mrs Knudse 5. Mrs . of a Halloween event with j fc t daughter of Mrs. each, guest being masked and |schmidt. Elm Flats Potato digging is nearly over and a good yield is reported in nearly every field. Corn husking and apple picking is the order of the day. Irvin Panko and daughter, Kathlyn, of Roseville, were week-end guests at the Frank Gulembo home. Charles Isen Jr. of Ludington is spending a couple of weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gulembo while his mother is a patient at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Nicosia have moved to Chicago where they have employment. Ed Brooks and son are occupying their house this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Tryne, who live on the old Kessler farm in south Sugar Grove district, have rented the old George Rogers farm in northeast all having noisemakers. Hallowe'en sandwiches, carrot sticks, orange juice, ice cream and cake were served by the hostess. Richard received a number of nice gifts. Present were Laverne Brown and mother, ^Mrs. Lawrence Brown; Leroy Lee and mother, Mrs. Ernest Lee; Gertrude and Pember Anderson and mother, Mrs. Ernie Anderson, and Jerry and Richard Carlson. [SIDNEY TOLER CESAR ROMERO • PAULINE MOORE 1 SEN YUNG DOUGLAS FOWIEY JUNE GALE DOUGLAS DUMBRILLE // SALLY ILANE • BILLIE SEWARD U WAUYVERNON-DOHALDMocBRIDE A COLUMBIA PICTURE —Added— Traveltalk-Ncws, Kit Carson Serial—Starts Thursday evening Shows 6:45-9:15 Admission 25c-10c Friday-Saturday—"FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS And How They Grew"— & "BAD LANDS" "HALLOWEEN SHOW SATURDAY AFTERNOON" "(A sack cf Hallowe'en Candy to each youngster) Scottville Rotary Club HasJMeeting The Scottville Rotary club had the pleasure Mondav evening of hearing a verv informative address given by Attorney Eugene Christman of Ludington. prosecuting attorney for the county. He discussed the topic, "Duties of a Prosecuting Attorney." Sugar Grove district and will Plans were completed for jmove the first part of Noverii- the Hallowe'en party to be i ber. sponsored by the Rotary club I 'Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Goff for the youngsters of the com- and sons of Riverton spent munity. The • party will be Sunday at the Newton Goff ...vvvvvv v Automobile Insurance ;' Our policies fully' hiee * i __. * . _ ... «Tli *.«. _ -^i requirements of.the ".'''new Michigan Financial Re£ sponsfbility Law. $10.50 and up Pay on the Installment Plan EMIL NEWBERG INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 22 Abstract Bldg. Ludington, Mich. "GOT YOUR FREE 100-WATT LAMP BULBS, YET?" asks Reddy Kilowatt "HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO TO, GET THEM: "Buy a handy assortment of six lamp bulbs and we'll give you a 100 watt bulb absolutely free, during October. And if you want more than one, you can have as many free 100 watt bulbs as you buy assortments." "^^^^^•"^^^ Telephone us your order or give it to one of our employees. MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ASK ABOUT OUR L AY&A W A Y P L A N One o/ Our Biggest Sellers! Mothproofed! All Wool! These famous blankets have a deep,, fleecy nap, rayon satin binding "and a center floral design that will delight you! Their loft, warmth and colors are of the luxury kind, too. 72 in. x 84 inches. *ExcIusive with Pcnirjy's. Grand for Sports! BLANKETS WOOL AMD RAYON BLANKETS A Sensational New Example o/ Blanket Weaving Sl(ill! Extra Size 72"x90" 33 1-2% wool—and mothproofed besides! Sturdy and warm, with a stunning outdoor design border! An ideal blanket for all sports purposes. 66 in. -x 88 in. Sheet Blankets Last Year 88c! Soft, yet sturdy—grand to sleep between or as a light covering! A marvel- lous buy! 70 in. x 99 in. Mothproofed Blankets 25% WOOL Solid Colors! Where but at Penney's could you get a buy like this? They are not only mothproofed, but fluffy and warm—and with a four-inch rayon binding! In lovely colors. Size 72 in. x 84 in. A Penney exclusive! Deep fluffy nap you'll love to touch! Of wool and r&yon—warmer and stronger than ail wool cf the same weight. Launders to perfection! 5" rayon satin Einding. ..Exceptional, at. qur 'low price. ,• • Not Less Than5 c 7< Wool! BLANKETS Supreme Values! Goose Down Pillows Safe'f Comfort" able! Lofty resilient gray goose down in our famous Pen- naseptic* germ-repellent ticking-self sterilizing in effect! Guaranteed for 5 ydars against moth damage! Plump! Serviceable! *Il"g. U. S. Put. Off. They're 25% Wool! BLANKETS •OO ea. The best dollar's worth of blanket in America! In the popular new dark shades as well as pastels. Warm, sateen bound! GG in. x 80 in. Last year we sold them for 88c! :deal for summer use—warm, nappy, well- made, with firmly stitched ends! Lovely colors. 70 in. x 80 in. | An Outstanding Value! COMFORTERS Fine quality sateen filled with soft new cotton. Lovely floral centers and solid colored borders! 72 in. x 90 in. Warmth and Beauty! ALL WOOL 2.98 A perfect example of beauty and economy combined! Feel the thick, woolly nap! It comes in grand solid colors. With a 4-inch rayon taffeta binding. 70 in. x 80 in. Were 49c Last Year! Crib Blankets Soft China cotton with jacquard nursery patterns. Lightweight, practical — have many,i|§es! Pink or blue. Size 30 m. x 40 in. Y'S C . P E N N E Y C O M P AN Y , I n c o r p o LUDINGTON, MICH. IOHBHB

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