The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 26, 1939 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE' SCOTTVILLE I News From Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Horn* 126-F-14.) Sightseeing in Germany R. R. King Officiates at Services for Mrs. Eva Reader Van Flora, Mrs. Charles Cole and lady assistant steward, Mrs. Isadore Monton. The Grange has been holding only one meeting a month during the past months, but beginning in November they plan to have two meetings. These will be the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. The first meeting, Tuesday, Nov. 14, will be initiation of members. The second meeting, Nov. 28, will be installation of officers. Funeral services for Mrs. Eva C. Reader Van Rennsselaer were held from the Stephens funeral home Wednesday afternoon •with Rev. R. R. King in charge! The masses of beautiful flow-! crs surrounding the casket were] a .symbol of the love of beauty j shown so many times by the de-1 ceased. Throughout her life •— : Mrs Van Rennsselaer gave ex- The community was saddened pression of this love in her home, I to hear of the death of Harvey in her ability to live with the] Shively, 68, who passed away \ounger generation, to see their very suddenly Wednesday after- view points and to help make i noon at the home of Mr. and their lives happy and bright.! Mrs. Harve Goff in Sherman Years did not lessen her spirit oi I township where he had made making the best of everything j his home for many years. and making those' about her forget time, realizing only the courage and 'will that carried her on. Rev. King, in his talk, brought out the same thought as he spoke. As a .special request he sang "In the Garden" and his talk took the same theme, comparing the great contrasts of Golgatha, the Hill of the Cross, with the beautiful garden near Coroner Lloyd Stephe'ns was called and pronounced death due to a cerebral hemorrhage. .News of the IJay French soldiers calmly stroll through a captured German town somewhere between the Nazi border and the Westwall fortifications. French gave up much captured territory in German push, but held to strategic positions in Warnut forest and wooded hills around Sanrbruecken. merly Sylvia Gonder of Am- Warner came from Kalamazoo. ber, was in • the city Wednes- John spent tne week-end with day calling on friends and al- his mother, Mrs. Mabel McKen- Picnic Enjoyed at Star Lake Cottage CARR SETTLEMENT.—Members of the 4-H Community club motored to Star lake recently where they enjoyed a picnic. The picnic dinner was enjoyed at the LaPointe cottage, after which most of the group went for boat rides and hikes in the woods. A most enjoyable time was had by the following: Louis Vasieck, Curtis Miller, Lester Peterson, Edward LaPointe, Arthur Miller, Norma and Arlene Thume, Shirley Miller, Helen Peterson, Lois LaPointe and Anita Thume, Mrs. J. Thume and Mrs g> N. Peterson, leaders for the garden club and Mrs. Leo LaPointe and Mrs. V. Miller, leaders for the canning club. Some of the members were unable to attend. Hansen's brother in New Mexico. A. G. Chapman, Federal Land Bank field salesman in this region since 1936, has been transferred to the area from Manistee north to the straits. His terri- and daughters motored to Fre.- spent the day at the Ora Leasure* mont Sunday, Oct. 22, and home. . \ tory will now be supervised by H. Beckley of Amboy. Mrs. J. N. Sanford has invited the Me Ihodigt Ladies' Aid society to meet with'her Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1. Attends Party Given for Mrs. D. Young PELTON DISTRICT. — Mrs. Bertha Ulrich attended a party on Saturday evening honoring her sister, Mrs. David Young, who celebrated her birthday anniversary at her Victory home. Relatives had planned the party as a surprise and were armed with many gifts and good things for lunch. The evening was passed in visiting. Otner guests were Mr. and Mrs, I James Bennett and daughter, I Lorraine; Mr. and Mrs. Ted j Young and family, William Mai- i Plans Made for Masquerade Dance to Be Held Saturday CARR SETTLEMENT.—A masquerade dance is being sponsored by the Banner Grange at the Carrs Community hall Saturday evening, Oct. 28. Prizes will be given for the best made-up costumes displayed by a lady, small girl, gentleman and small boy. There will be good music for dancing and pumpkin pie, doughnuts, sandwiches, cider and coffee will be served for lunch. Everyone is urged to come and have a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston Saturday Special BOYS' Green, Maroon, Navy, Brown. Corduroy, 3—12 Bib Pants LADIES' Warm Jersey Knit, Button to Neck with Collar. Z pockets, Coat Sweater Benow's Department Store SCOTTVILLE so to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Eva O. Reader Mr. Shively had livid in and Vrm Rennsselaer. Mrs. Wolcott east " { town around Sherman township for I has been in the west for the c ' many years and was well-known pa st 34 years and is now mak- and liked by everyone. He had ing her first trip back to Ma- always been very fond of hunt- son county. She is a guest at ing and outdoor sports and made ! the Emms and Baltzer homes many friends. |in Ludington. Surviving are a brother,! Miss Alice Pittard was a din- Charles Shively of Ludington \ ner guest at the Aubrey Con- it. where He was laid to rest and! ancl several nieces and nephews.|rad home in Scottville Wed- where He aro.se. Rev. King emphasized the garden as our assurance of God'.s plan. No one can live in a garden or love one and not know that death Ls God's plan. His promise that life will spring up again, even when the winter ancl the frost have cut the plant and flower. Seeds remain in the ground to spring up the next year to make the 'world lovely again. Death is only the change needed to bring this beauty back again. Members of the Order of Eastern Star attended the services in a body and pallbearers were friends who had known her throughout the years. They Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at nesday. She came to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Eva O. Reader Van Rennsselaer, who was a life-long rriend of the Pittard family. 'Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Spencer and sons. Herbert and Clayton, are spending tocay in Grand Rapids where Dr. Spencer is attending a clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Con- C. W. Smith owner and mana- rad visited their daughter, the Stephens funeral home and burial will be made in the Custer cemetery. Grand Opening to Be Held Saturday, lne new Western Tire Lois, Sunday. Lois Conrad is attending McLaughlan-Daven- Rapids. drove to zie; Vincent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Maleckas, and Lewis in North Ouster with his father, Thomas Warner. All returned to their school duties Sunday evening. Miss Lila Brandenburg of Muskegon. who has been employed there, was a week-end guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Brandenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson and son, Carl, spent last weekend in Grand tives. Ranids with rela- Wake Up Your Laxative Juice And You'll Sit Up And Sing With New Zip And Zing We all hijve a. precious laxative juice flowing through our bowels. Itwas put there by Nature to help digest our Tood and to help move it out of the body. When two pints of it (Iowa through the food in our bowels every day, what happens? The food in our bowels may digest peacefully and is largely free from gas. The waste ri~,.j , „ ... . ,._ ,_. that comes from it is carried away in pleasant Caids from Mr. and Mi's. RaS- | morning movements and most of us feel like Mike Kusebuski, Leo Whitaker, Mrs. Harlo Hathaway and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Marcellus, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, Harvey Young and Mr. and Mrs. D. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Shoup and family of Flint were last weekend guests at the George Allison home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reeds and sons, James and Clare, of Scottville, were luncheon guests Sunday of the Mallison family. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hoffman of Round lake were callers Sunday evening of Mrs. Hattie Wines at mus Hansen, who are enjoying a western trip, say they spent four days along the Pacific coast. They saw a sea lion cave and about 700 sea lions. They were _ leaving for the fair at Treasure I island and would then go to Los Angeles, east to Grand Canyon, Boulder Darn and on to visit Mr. we want to sit up and sing with new zip and zing. However, when we eat too much the flow of our golden laxative juice may dwindle down. Then we suffer from constipation and that bilious, bowed-down, crepe-hanger feel- ins. What to do? Wake up your golden laxative juice with Carter's Little Liver Pills. But be sure you get the genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. For they actually doubled the flow of laxative juice in Borne people. 'Phone your druggist for Carter's Little Liver Pills now so you won't forget it—10£*nd 25<f. BASKETS OF GROCERIES AT SCHOENBERGEITS SATURDAY Again we will give away baskets of groceries at 4:30 and 7:30. Come in and register during the day. x You must be present for the drawing to qualify for the baskets. Schoenberger's Market Scottville's Most Complete Market. WE DELIVER PHONE 67. Hours: 9 a. m.—11 a. m., 2 p. m. and 4:30 p. m. open the past week and Smith has been pleased with the were Earl Gordon, Frank Hipley.i inl erest shown. A gift will be Harry Rigcl, B. A. Schulte, N. V. i K lvt>n to all callers at the store McPher.son and M. W. Chinnery. Interment was made in Brook- Auto store of Scottville, corner | of Main anrl State streets will ; i , ... """ «jn»i.i. 0111.1.10, win, Ahhip Sfhnonhprnpv rii-nvn tn ' •-•'-'""B "i ivno. j.iu.un^ hold his grand opening Saturday, I n ,.:,", Rn D id s wprlncsdav to i ner home east of town Oct. 28. The store has . been |^™ cl ^ pl £. h ™±^± y ^ Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Walters were guest's Sunday of their son, Faye, to their home. side cemetery. Those who came from during the Gay. A cheery color scheme of red and blue makes the new store br S hl and attractive. These away tot UI S" 1 ' "»« » attt'iicl the services included Mr.! 9°'°™ navo bocn "^ >» «ccorat- uud Mr.s. J E Olson Mrs ! '"'• tllc inU 'rior and also the dis- Auf>ust ArVidt and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. H. Arndt, all of Dotrolt; Mr. and Mr.s. T. H.I play windows. -With * lovely neon lights, the windows are attractive at night. Mrs. Ora Smith Is Hostess to Club CUSTER.—Mrs. Ora Smith was Myrjjii, and family, at their home in Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. H. Smedberg spent Sunday at the John Waddell home. Mr. ancl Mrs. John Wexelberg of Detroit, who spent part of last week at the J. H. Reinoehl recently hostess to members of the Blue Apron club of Ouster when they met at her home at '.i home in South Ouster, left for Reader of Glad'win, Mr. and Mrs'i Tnc complete line of accessories i Long- lake to enjoy their regular _,.,„-„,, „ t *••••" «'"**«).ivii,(i,ijvti* ii*; 1 . • . . . .. j Charles Dow and nioce of Grand! ( ". ur1 "' bv the store are Rapids and also friends from W. ° n convenient racks Ludington. places. Caster and Harmony Grang nual election di.s- ncarbv! • snolves - made for Mr. Smith and •> | these also make service for the customer much quicker and more accurate. A shore department is also included in the new .store. Hard Times Party Planned by Grange Amber Grange will moel for a meeting. The regular rouUne of bu.si- Amber evening. day evening at Harmony Grange Oct. 28, and a hard times party hall. The new officers art- Master. Ezra Barton; Harry Cory, overseer; Mr.s. Chris Kissell, lecturer; Mort Morell, ste- attendlng are asked dances Members ward; Mr.s. Harry Cory, chap-!"to bring- doughnuts find coffee lain; Harry Barre, treasurer; ! und^cider will be served. Frank Miller, secretary; Walter Cory, gate-keeper; Court daughter, Virginia; Georgt Loronz, Perry Beebe, Joe Hronek and the hostess, Mrs. Smith. Among the local young people from away who spent last weekend at their homes'were Walter Reader wil.h his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Reader and Don S^hultz with his parents, evening will be square and folk i Mr. and Mrs. James McMaster. their home Sunday morning. Floyd Shafffer, 'Gerald Wheaton and James Heron came Saturday morning, Oct. 21, from Pontiac to spend the week-end at the Shaffer home in Ouster, ness was carried out, followed| refurnino; to Pontiac Sunday by a social hour during which j evening accompanied by Mr.s. time a dainty luncheon was Shaffer and daughter, Joan .served to the following: Mes-j w hc> will rnjoy a two weeks visit dames Jo.js Smith, George Malli-; with relatives in Flint .( .son, Earl Johnson, Arthur Peter-1 Mr. and Mrs. King- Zimmer of son, Henry Englebrecht and > Grand Rapids announces the _^_. :, OF ANOTHER .social gathering at the townhall on Saturday will be enjoyed. A feature of the Both boy.s are students at a business school in Grand Rapids. Alvin Hackart, who has enter.- ..- ed an agriculture school at All Grangers and their friends' Holding, .spent the week-end at Pomona, Ceres, Mrs. Floyd Wood; j Pomona, Mrs. Ezra Barton;! are invited to attend. Mrs. Scottville William Locals Wolcott for- . "Grand Clearance" "Month-End Sale" SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1939 LINEN HANKIES 35c for 19c CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES 69c for 39c 3-THREAD CHIFFON HOSE f>9c for 39c BARREL SWEATERS $1.00 for 49c HATS, formerly up to $2.98 for 69c COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 for G9c HOUSE DRESSES $1.00 for 79c CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES $1.00 for 79c SWEATERS $1.98 for 99c SPUN RAYON HOUSEDRESSES $1.98 for $1.49 HOUSECOATS # LOUNGING PAJAMAS, Formerly up to ___'_ $5.98 for $2.99 SILK DRESSES, formerly up to $5.98.for $3.99 Now is the time to HUY and SAVE, prices arc going up, so be sure to take advantage of these truly MONEY SAVING BUYS—at The Vogue Shoppe SCOTTVILLE NOTICE—We now carry the "GOSSARD" line of Foundation Garments. hi.s home and John McKenzie, Vincent Maleckas and Lewis birth of a daughter at their home on Oct. 13. The baby has been named Mary Ann, The Fred McCormick family of Fountain wore dinner guests Sunday of their daughter, Mr.s. Lylc Reene and family. Phillip Wines left Monday in company with his .sister for Sasinaw where he will enter the hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Smith and son, Freddie, of Ludington, were last week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Emma Hanna and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moore in Custer. SCOTTVILIE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Smart, convenient Insignia and Emblem Key Ring including Elk, K. of C., Shrine, Etc. FREE to every customer making a purchase amounting Here is good news for every motorist in Scottville and vicinity. Good news— because this new Western Tire Auto Store brings you all the advantages that go with MORE COMPLETE STOCKS of the finest Auto Accessories, Tires, Sporting Goods and Radios ... LOWER PRICES ... due to our 65 store buying power. Don't miss these Grand Opening Values FRID AY—SATURDAY! LOOK! AUTO BULBS The Young Star Admired By Millions! The BooK Beloved By Generations! FIVEJMTTMt PEPPERS SP. Nationally "Dura" auto efficient and durable. No. 63m SC 6-8V. 3 cp. bulbs, 3c BATTERY , HYDROMETER A good extra strong hydro- . Ctqrenco Kelji-ji &*riw(iy' . Petorion..* R.onoM Sinclair A Columbia Picture RKO' BADIO P I c I u i e Directed Ly LEV/ LANDERS. Produced by ROBERT S1SK. Slory & Screen Pisy by Clarence Upson Young " ' ' —Added— Chapter No. 6 "Overland With Kit Carson Serial., The DIONNE QUINTUPLETS in "Five Times Five" anil Cartoon Shows 6:45-9:15 Admission £5c-10c MATINEE SATURDAY 2:00 p. m. 'Children 5c-Adults 15c (A isack of HALLOWE'EN CANDY to each child attending Matinee show) ~"liaTt~rhTieT^i ; ^^ TREASURE ISLAND" and "LADY and the MOB" Also-Serial and Traveltalk Shows 6:45-9:15. Admission 25c-10c Coming'-Sunday-Monday-Tuesday "THEY SHALL HAVE MUSIC" With Jascha Heifertz, 1 Andrea Leeds and JoeliMcCrea Matinee Sunday 2:30 p. m. meter at a very low price. Float is accurately and plainly graduated. Fits any type of battery 24c Defrosting Fans "Silver Shield" all metal electrical operated fans — keeps windows clear — allow perfect visibility ata* 1 ! ^Q all times ....... <Pi«1t7 HOT WATER HEATER HOSE Fresh enw stock, specially compounded to give long service. foot Low Cost—Silver Shield Auto Heaters $3-95 Complete with motor Designed to fit any muke of car! Built-in reflectors. Rigid 2 point suspension. Black crackle finish. Low in cost, economical in operation. SAVE ON THERMOSTATS Special insert type for all Fords. Installation can be made within a, few minutes. Complete— tftQf* Only " ^^ and up ANTI-FROST SHIELDS Non-breakable type of clear, transparent celluloid. Held to window with specially designed rubber gaskets ALCOHOL TESTER Gives exact reading as to freezing point any 22c of anti-freeze solution in automobile radiator Come in! Get Our Low Prices on Nationally Famous Blow-Out DIAMOND PROTECTED TIRES! AT STATE AND MAIN STREETS SCOTTVILLE, MICHIGAN ASSOCIATE STORE Locally Owned, CARL W. SMITH, Proprietor, LOOK! MONEY SAVING SALE! AUTO BATTERIES Opening Special! $2.79 with your old battery. 6 Volt-39 plate. Fully charged and ready to go. Brand new—not a rebuilt! Come tomorrow—and see this outstanding battery Value. 36 Month Guarantee Batteries As Low As DENATURED ALCOHOL Special! No.5 I88°ALCOHOL 'OH Radiators 49c gal. Bring your own Container. Formula No. 5 188 Alcohol for radiators. High duality—low price. Buy now—save! SILVER SHIELD RADIATOR SEAL Seals leaky automobile and tractor radiators and cracked cylinder blocks quickly and permanently. Cannot clog up the cooling system. SPECIAL SHOE ;•'•» DEPARTMENT to «p«>«TEO Work Shoes 100% Leather. 3l High Tops «?3»tfO For Your Convenience the store will be open Sunday, Oct. 29, until noon. a Open Evenings For Your Conveni- m *f OWORISW*

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