The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 2, 1939 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 5

Ludington, Michigan
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 2, 1939
Page 5
Start Free Trial

THURSDAY, NOV. 2,1939. "HE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. E v IVE 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.) Meeting Is Held by Rotary Club Members of the Rotary club held their meeting Monday evening, following supper served by the finance committee of the Scottville Parent-Teacher association. It was announced that next club there wou id be no meetings for two weeks. Instead of a meeting Monday evening, the local wm & ^ & tne blrtllda Qf tne Ludington club to be he id Qn Th , ursday evening. Instead Qf fche meetipg on t he following * B mra PHUT! Rotary Club Sponsors Gay Uime fop Them at the Scottville Gym Scottville youngsters were entertained most royally on Hal- lowe'en, the Rotary club sponsoring the gay time for them. 1MCCUt41B U14 wtc tulw b Because of the stormy weather , Monday tne * vH will attend the the party was held in the school | Red Cro&s dinner Leslie Bragg and daughter, Lois, entertained with Hawaiian guitar music Monday evening. Shining Lights Class Has Hallowe'en Party The Shining Lights Sunday school class of the Grace Evangelical church held its Hallowe'- gym. Prizes for costumes went to Bobbie Pinkerton as a pirate and Mary Carolyn Bedker as a fairy. Dale Hissong and Dale Christensen were winners in the musical chairs game with Dale Hissong winning in the finals. Games were played and later dancing was enjoyed by the high school students. A snake, dance opened the festivities, the dance beginning down on the street. During the evening popcorn j £n party recently at the Walter was served as a gift from Glenn \ Listing home. The house was Wallace, also cider, the gift of Gus Hankwitz of the Scottville Apple Products. The Rotary club had purchased doughnuts for the party. The club and all sponsors of the party express ! ed in costumes, as Old Black Joe, their appreciation for the kind- j Martha Washington, Red Riding Mr, and Mrs. Emmett E. Brigga were host and hostess Sunday at an elaborate birthday dinner honoring six birthday anniversaries in the family. Those who celebrated their natai days recently were Emmett Fairbanks of Detroit, Emmett E. Briggs, Mark Smith, Frank Brye, Mrs. Elon Morton and Virginia Briggs. The event was also planned as a get-together for Mir. and Mrs. E. M. Briggs. who are leaving • ~ " California, spend the about Dec. 1, for where they plan to Extension Club Meeting Enjoyed PERE MARQUETTE. — The Pere Marquette Extension club held its first meeting of the year at the Pere Marquette townhall on Thursday, Oct. 26. | The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Rose Blitz. The members responded to roll call by telling something of their family history. This proved very interesting and many incidents of the pioneer days were recalled. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Ruth VanNbrtwick. Miss Amelia Schaeffer explained the work for the year. Each member was asked to keep a notebook of the work presented. At noon a bounteous potluck dinner was enjoyed by all present. The afternoon lesson on "The Use of Color in the Home," was presented by Mrs. Mary Bradshaw. New members who have joined the club this year are Mesdames Eva Ford, Evelyn Anderson, Bes- j sie Peterson, Edith Goff and decorated in Hallowe'en effects and with jack-o'-lanterns. The children gathered at the home of Mrs. George Crampton, their teacher, and all were dress- winter. An elaborate chicken and duck cinner was served by Mrs. Emmett Briggs, the table being pretty with flowers. Twenty-six members of the families sat down to dinner. During the afternoon, the time was spent in playing a variety of games, also with group singing with Mrs. Elon Morton, formerly Eunice Briggs, and Mrs. Woodrow Sniments ying ^ Pla "° aCC ° m " ' Members present besides those Mr and'Mrs. Emmett Fair- I already mentioned weere _Mes- ivii. aames Edna Larsen, Jane \Vad- , 'dell, Anna Hesslunfl, Marie Mar- ' tin, Bertha Parker, Marie Christiansen, Mary Proper, Amy Illman, Clara Beach, Ethel Fitch, Clara Grover, Mary LaBar, Betty Lundquist, Velma Blundell. Daisy Reek, Lily Hawley 1 , Blanche Reynolds, Florence Smith, D. Rohn, Agnes Tiedeman and Car- . drove up from Detroit Saturday and were overnight guests of their sister, Mrs. Maude Upper, returning to Detroit Sunday evening. In the group at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Briggs and daughter, Bernice; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brye and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Elon Morton aren, MI. ana wirs. JMon morion i ——V, ^ :.~ VT i rrvT" and two children and mother, I ol .y» Vos s and Miss Darlene Top- ness of Mr. Wallace and Hankwitz. On Saturday afternoon Star theater was filled to doors with children who Mr. j Hood, Hawaiian hinger, Fatty | Arbuckle, Peter Pan, Queen Vic- the I toria, Red Cross Nurse, Ghost, the Aunt Jemima and Topsy. en- From the Crampton home joyed the movie, "The Five Lit- ! they went to visit several shut- Mrs. Mary Morton; Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Briggs and two children, Mrs. Maude Upper, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smith and son, all of this community; Mr. and Mrs. Fairbanks of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Brtggs and three children. ping. Visitors were Mrs. Cora Skif- stad, Miss Cora Peterson and Miss Ruth Beach. Ray Pappe Host at , , , , The Junior Farm bureau held its Hallowe'en party at Amber North Riverton | Mrs. M. F. Huddlestun of Eden visited at the Gustav Heidemann home Wednesday j afternoon, Oct. 25. ! Mrs. Paulina Paap returned Wednesday evening, Oct. 25, after visiting a week with her son, Fritz Paap, and family of Scottville. Allen Kucij, John Brockhaus tie Peppers," besides other shows. As they left the theater each child was presented with a bag of Hallowe'en candy as a gift from the management. ins. then returned to the Listing home where they enjoyed a peanut hunt. The witch then told their fortunes and apple bobbing and other games were enjoyed. After playing games, the group was invited to the dining room 'Where a Hallowe'en hinch was served, of Hallowe'en sandwiches, jello, cookies and \ orangeade. Favors were orange I nut cups filled with candy. Mrs. Masoit county Extension lead-' Ira Barton treated the group to ers met Tuesday and Wednes- i P°P_ corn balls. T rkoervn i L.C»SOn day with Miss Jessie Marion for the second lesson of the year, that on "Fashions in spreads." Miss Marion discussed the Marylin Listing had as her ? special guests Mary Eleanore Bed- ' Martin and Patricia Weippert. j Members of the Sunday school 'class included Louise Keith, i hall Tuesday evening with Ray and Brice van'dling, all of Lud- j Pappe as host. jington, were Sunday afternoon About 50 members responded I and luncheon guests, Oct. 29, to the invitation and" games and!of the Frank Benz family, dancing were enjoyed until a ] Miss Freda Brockhaus and late hour. Guests came in cos-j nephew, Bruce Kucij, called tume and masked and much in-Hater in the afternoon, terest was shown in guessing i Members of Bethlehem Luth- the identity of the persons. |eran Walther League including Following the fun of the eve-j Laurence Brauer, Roy Pleiness, j ning, the host served doughnuts; Richard and Emery Thurow, : and cider. I Harold Richert, Roland and ' Caroline Benz and Nellie Mae I CARD PARTY MONDAY Bedker, motored to Ludington , - Friday. Oct. 27, and enjoyed an'., Or-j evening of roller skating ~" Scottville Chapter of the der of the Eastern Star will give j Rainbow Gardens. at setting of the room) ' includlng'Shirley Scott. Delia Holhngs- wallpaper. furniture, rugs and ! worth, Joyce Borteil, lola Dur- drapcs, as they concerned the j ham, Zema Blundell, Barbara choice of bedspread selection I Barton, Donald Graber, Romie and other accessories. She sug- Merrill and Walter and Buddie a second of its series of card i parties at the Masonic hallj Monday evening, Nov. 6. Everyone is invited to come HOWS YOUR STOMACH? and have a good time. FARM gested a study of the use to Listing. Frances Thomas (-, \, O \J \_ V* «h OUktVA J \-t* U*t^ L4UV< WVy 111 11 111 which the room would be put, if unable to attend the party. only for occasional guests or if . /-i A for constant use, also selection | LOStlUlie for the boys' room or the girls' j room. She suggested studying the furniture so as to make wise ' " yerla T IS BUREAU TO MEET The Junior Farm bureau will i meet t Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, at the home of John Rosenow. Members are asked to note time and place. DV "J associa- Amber Stathool held its members consider. Miss Marion brought many lovely spreads as well as material from which spreads could be made. During the afternoon, (had made instruction was given in the ac- I sacks and Victory Corners i The Parent-Teacher tion of the Victory school will hold its meeting at the schoolhous'e on Friday evening, Nov. 10. 1 Everyone is cordially invited to attend. JF you have-acid 1 indigestion, gas,. n l "sour risings" or heartburn, you will find Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery a beneficial tonic. It stimulates the appetite and tends to increase 'the flow of gastric juice and thus aids in improving di-, Kcstion. William Brown, 941 Fifth St., Beloit, Corners I Wis., says : "I was suffering from a weak- regular ! cn . e ^ comlition due to_ac|d indigestion. After tual making of the coverlets. Five new groups enrolled this month: organized with Mrs. Whitney were given prizes for the best costumes. Before Hallowe'en, the little folks up to the Fourth grade masks from paper the older students taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery my stomach was in good condition, I had no more heartburn, sour fluid or gas after eating. I really enjoyed my meals. I can eat everything I like and have gained in weight and strength." Buy it in liquid or tablets from your druggist today. candlewick i had made caps of heavy wrap| ping paper. So following the have been | costume contest, the children Amber re-; paraded, showing their masks C. E. Chil- or caps they had made in berg and Mrs. C. K. Hanson as | school. Some were really leaders; Center Riverton with unique in that they showed the Schwass and Mrs. artistic ability of the Mrs. Ernest Schwass and Mrs. artistic Harold Harley as leaders; Lincoln River with Mesdames Jullus Eschels and Mrs.,G. Mavis, leaders; Custer, with Mrs. Clyde Rummer and Mrs. William Em- mcrson as leaders; South Riverton, Mrs. Arthur Morton and Mrs. Holger Hansen, leaders. Pupils of Resseguie School Have Party The Resseguie school had a lovely Hallowe'en party Tuesday afternoon in the basement of the school. This was decorated in orange and black and with witches, blacx cats, bats and other emblems of the day. A number of games and contests were enjoyed with prizes for the winners. The children were also in costume, including many famous people and all manner of goblins and Hallow- e'en spirits. A very real ghost was one feature of the party. Two long tables were laid and these were also decorated with Hallowe'en emblems. A lunch of cider, cakes an'i candy was served. Irene Rathbun, the sniallest girl in the school, was awarded the prize for the best costume. Miss Isa Selby, teacher of the school and Mrs. B. McKenzie, who prepares the noon hot lunch lqr the school;- assisted in the plans' for the party. TO MEET'tTTESDAY The Scottville Extension class 'will meet at Community hall Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. Leaders would like to have members bring a piece of musjin 6 by 6 inches, also needle, thread, scissors, tape measure and thimble. The interesting lesson on "Fashions in Bedspreads" will be given at this tlms. children. \ A clothesline was stretched j across the room. To this, ap- ! pies were fastened. The room was divided into three groups and the object of the contest was to see which one could get the biggest bite. The winners were Herbert Hammers, Eugene LaSarge and Eugene Carlson. In a "guessing the animal" contest, Rita Kanuners, won. Fifteen sticks of gum were fastened in the middle of a string. The children were in pairs for this contest, the object being to see which one could chew the string and get the gum first. Committees were appointed for this party, so the children had entire charge of it. Refreshments of cider, doughnuts and Hallowe'en candy were served. A special treat of homemade fudge was presented by the Hasse girls. The schoolroom was .prettily decorated for the occasion under the direction of the teacher, Mrs. Agnes Buffentoerger, who also directed the games and play. Scottville Locals Miss Carol Bosworth and friend, Miss Elsie Porter, both nurses at the Bronson hospital in Kalamazoo, were over-Sunday guests of Miss Bosworth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bosworth. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bockstanz Jr. drove down for them and Mr. and Mrs. Bosworth took them back Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Van Brunt and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sommerfeldt spent the weekend in Chicago where they were guests of Mrs. Van Brunt's uncle, A. W. Moore. They left here Saturday, returning Monday evening. Mr. Moore was at one time a resident of this county, being one of the earlier settlers here. Saturday Special BOYS 1940 Wool fell With the Pencil. Hats Betiow's Department Store LADIES' 'Plain Rayon Fleece lined Gloves SCOTTVILLE HARVEST SAL — Buy Michigan Maid — Fresh Churned Butter 2 £ u 5Sc WHEATIES ...lOc MEANS BIGGER SAVINGS! Now at These Low Prices — 10° Quick Cooking — Country Club OatS Small pkg. 7C Bulk Rolled Oats 10 Ibs. 3$c Country Club — Vacuum Packed Whole Kernel Corn IZC ^' 10C Country Club - Rich Heinz Soups 2 cans 25c Except Consomme, Clam Chowder or Gumbo Creole A 17c Value - Country Club Large, Tender SWEET PEAS •*— Kroger's Hot-Dated FRENCH "RAND COFFEE £ (Hot-Dated Spotlight Coffee lb. bag 14y 2 c - 3 lb. bag 39c) ounry u - c MIN0E MEAT 2 STAR SCOTTVILLE ••^ ^^ * — *JBk^» Friday-Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM IVI-m-m-nt-ni-rn-ni-m! —Added Attractions— .111. ANN SHERIDAN • DICK POWELL CAU FACE • HELEN BRODERICK ROHAIO DCAOAN • ALIEN JENKINS ZASU PITTS • HAXIl ROSINBLOOM and IMC IUIHWAI JUHFBWC CHAMPIONS j b) RAY ENRIGHT • A WARNER BR.OS. PICTURE rtil Screen PUy hy RichunJ MacNuIty ind Jerry Weld • Music ind Lyric* by lUrry Wirren ind Johnay Mercer, with •aknon-icdftncnli to Richtrd Winner, *?rtnz LUzl, WoIU«n« Mortrl, Jobanno Sfibtitiu fiaob Cartoon "Pipe D »» reams %P THE KILLER STALLION; ChapKi 7 of tht breath-taking tenal hit T" OVERLAND WITH KIT CARSON A COLUMBIA CHAPTER PlAV ^ C3^ —Shows— 6:45-9:30 Admission 25c-10c MATINEE SATURDAY 2:00 p. in. Children 5c-Adults 15c Last Times Tonight—Double Feature Program "Torchy Plays yrith * Dynamite" Girl From Mexico" Plus Cartoon and Serial No. 7 Kit Carson Shows 6:45-9:15. Admission 25c-10c DOMINO PURE CANE SUGAR pound paper bag — 5£29c B We reserve the right to limit quantities A lOc Vclue — Kroger's Candy Bars 2 ba ™ 5c Chocolate Fudge Creams »> 10c Chocolate Fudge with Chopped Nuts Beechnut or Smith Bros. Cough Drops 2 15° i SpiCeS Va^etL 3 cans 25C Save Solely — Country Club Milk 10 SS 55c Tasty — Barbara Ann Tomato Soup 4 «"» 19c For Maximum Results — Wesco Scratch Feed 10b0agb s1.59 For Heavy Production — Wesco Egg Mash I0b °ag b s2.15 16% Dairy FEED 10b ° agb s1.35 20% Dairy FEED I0b ° agb s1.60 Cod Liver Oil Added — Kroger's Dog Food ^sted 6 Calb8 25c Pard, Rival, Red Heart or Ideal Dog Foods 3 caw 25c Lily White Flour "%*• 83c A19c Value—Moist, Rich APPLE SAUCE ca. | yc (This Week Only) Kroger's Clock Bread 2 i£i 10c Cheese Bread Iobai 10c Kroger's Tender BOmStS dozen Plain. Sugared or Cinnamon Slhed Hamburg or Wcincr pkg. of 8 Fruit Cocktail ^ Luscious Tall can lOc Embassy — Extra Rich Salad Dressing Q , ua f 25c Delicious Gelatin Desserts Twinkle 3 p^. 10c Crisp, Fresh — Wesco Soda Crackers 2 box 12c Country Club Macaroni or Spaghetti 3 S. 25c Triumph — Pure Cane and Maple Syrup i2-oz. jug iflc Assorted Varieties — Strained Baby Foods 3 cana 20c POST TOASTBIS 2 Large <t 'Tf p pkgs. » * \t POST'S 40- B63AN FLASC1S LpQkr ! e 13c KiLlOGG'S .RBCE. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN Sma11 19«» pkg. 1 £,\f QUA2CIR OATS QUICK or Large * «w REGULAR pkg. 0 / C No Better Flour at any Price - Why Pay More ? FLOUR _„. 241/2-11). sack y£2 c King's Sincerity Flour 24!-j-m. sack 61 c-King's Flake Flour 24" 2 -ib. sack 65c Marshmallovv Fiiled — Topped With Pure Hershey Chocolate Marshmallow Cocoanut Cookies 2 Ibs. 25c Never Befcre at This Low Price — Country Club Griddle Tested 20-oz. pkg. Good Quality Golden Bantam Csrn LUX FSakeS Large pko. 21C (2 om. pkgs. 19c) 3 bars 17C Nsiihen! Tissue 4 »«• I8c 4 29c 1c Lox WyaHdotte «. With purchase of 1 can at' PaMeve 3 *™ 16c Soap Fancy Cems — Crushed or Tidbits Country C3ub Solid Pack — Pssk 15c. DISCOUNT ON CAS2 LOTS OF CAN2?ED (THIS WEEK ONLY) lOc DISCOUNT on Ooz. Lots of COUNTRY CLUB CANNED GOODS Bought During Kroger's Harvest Sale EXCEPT COUNTRY CLUB MILK Choice Cuts - Tender, Juicy &s Beef Delicious Dahcd Rnvjjiwp 1 S3<."»f l*i5:Slb2£, lcu~l Brls.';ct Cu'.g ». 12Vfec Rsb Roast Rolled Grcund Beef lb - 18c Deluxe All Choice Cuts - Round, Short Cuts Country Club Vacuum Packed- or Regular lb. lb. Coun'.ry Club 25s Dutch Loaf lb 25c nr- 25c Picklo and Loaf lb . 25c COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE 2 ibs. 49c Hill's Bros. 2 ^ b3c Del Monte lb - 24c Beechnut »>. 27c Fres-Chors Oysters FiHsis "> 15c Bacon Squares u> 1 2%c Country Club - Bulk 25c Mince Meat "> ,17c MICHIGAN YELLOW CORN MEAL 5 ib. sack 12%e FANCY RED CATSUP 2 Large 4 bottles I CAMPBELL'S SOUPS MOST VARIETIES 3 SOLID PACK TOMATOES • 4 .-Hal AVOH9ALE MEDIUM RED SALMON Tall 4 1-lb. can I COUNTRY CLUB TOMATO JUICE 2 GIANT !)&«) 46-oz. cans &> Uw (3 large IV^-pint cans 25c) Country Club Hawaiian Giant OQft 47-oz. can *«* Pineapple Juice Avondalo — Extra Fine Quality . Sifted Peas Ho.'a«« Country Club — Fireless Cooked Park & Beans 3 S 299 Pet or Carnation Milk 4 2£ 27o Well Made - Long Wearing Canvas Gloves 3 P™* 25c Tall cans SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER! RfcUERiE BUTTER KNIFE «°i» lOc With any purcbase of Kroger's Clock Bread REVERIE SUGAR SHELL .m» 10c With purchase ot Hot-Dated French Brand or'Spotlight Codec. Small Size - Skinless PURS CLOVER Fancy Jonathans Apptes 10 ib«. 25c Fancy Delicious Apples 5 "» 19c Balls of'Juice — Florida Oranges 8 "». 39c Seedless — 80 Size Grapefruit 4 <°< 19c Fresh. Ciisp Celery Hearts bunch 5c Hard Green Heads Cabbage 2 *.. 5c Mich. U. S. No. 1 POTATOES •1 Ml S WEINERS 21 OR return uau**4 contiiner .and w« will tcplact U FREE vitb d wt tell o( <b« sanu item, iteudUu ol pick*. BUY tar Ktot" It«n. LIKE it M w«Uor Utti

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free