The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 3, 1939 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, NOV. 3,1939, PTHE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE NEWS BRIEFS i The nicest courtesy that you can show your guests is to have their visits mentioned on this page. The nicest courtesy you can show your friends is to let them learn of your visits through this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. Choir—The choir of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 7:30 o'clock this evening in Luther hall. Card Party — The Parent- Teacher association of Longfellow school will sponsor a card ON OCT. 28 'Friends of Burton Gonder, well-known veteran employe of the Pere u «~ Marquette Railway .n orn.ru fn Vionv nf rith which occuS on party at 8 o'clock at the school. Choir —The choir of this evening Bethany Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 7 o'clock this evening. All members are asked to be present. From Detroit —Frederick Nelson Jr. of Detroit arrived Thursday evening to spend the weekend at his home on North Washington avenue. Announce Birth — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Soule, 1009 North James street, announce the birth of a daughter, at home on Tuesday. The baby has been named Janet Irene. VFW and Auxiliary — All members of Leveaux post No. 2409, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Marchido School Oct. 28. Pupils Have Party |pi nd Michigan Has Huge Salt Supply MARCHIDO SCHOOL. — The children of Marchido school enjoyed a surprise Hallowe'en party Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 31. The art period was used converting paper sacks masks and following the parade ' in which each child wore the LANSING — If the salt that underlies most of the Lower ! peninsula of Michigan - some into i 32,000 square miles of it - were , t IJdCl P laved and fortunes were told. Refreshments of cider, pump- and candy was 60 years of age, Mr. Gonder had been employed for years as a .conductor on the Pere Marquette line between Grand Rapids and Chicago. Surviving are his wife, two brothers, John and Will Gonder of Michigan City, several nieces and Funeral services Ind v and nephews. were" held were served. Mrs. John Butz was a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Christopherson announce the piled on the surface it would cover the entire peninsula to a depth of more than 500 feet. There is more than 3,000 cubic miles of it arid at current rate of use there is enough to supply the United States for 3,000,000 OF COUPLE BUTTON'S SCHOOL. — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pappe of Ludington entertained Wednesday evening, Nov. 1, with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Mary Jane Towns and John UHC Will Ut-V-A WUt*.U\^O A I./*. i^,wwwj« — — .ITAUJ. j v ».. v -• years or the entire world for chippi of Detroit who will be married in the near future. Progressive bunco was played on Wednesday at the Colonial funeral home in Grand Rapids, followed by a burial service from the Congregational church of Bridgeman. A special train was used to take Pere' Marquette Railway employes, friends of Mr. Gender's, to Bridgeman for the service. Interment was made at Bridgeman. Local persons who attended the service are Mrs. Fred Snow, Stearns hospital on Oct. 24. The people of the district cx- tejid heartiest congratulations to a former resident, Roy Swanson, whose marriage to Ruth Anderson of Ludington occurred at the Free Mission church at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Local residents attending the ceremony were Mrs. Martha Peterson, Misses Robina and Marian Hesslund, Paul Anderson and 1,000,000 years. These estimates of Michigan's salt reserve have been made by O. F. Pointdeter of ical survey division of the Michigan department of conservation from the .records of the thousands of oil wells drilled in the state. The salt beds, each 10 to 300 feet thick and occurring one above another with layers of limestone or dolomite between, are reached 1,000 feet below ground at Detroit, 5,000 feet down in central Michigan and 3,000 feet down on the Lake south- to dis- and auxiliary are invited to at-JMr. and Mrs. Roy Pittard and tend the Seventh District rally, daughters, Lois and Kathrine to be held in Muskegon Heights on Sunday, Nov. 5. Star Club —The Star-Victory Extension club will meet at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, Nov. 7, at the home of Mrs. Carl Christensen. The lesson for this I meeting will be "Fashions in ' Bedspreads," to be given by Miss Emma Fisher and Mrs. Chris- tcnsen. Dinner will be served at noon by a dinner committee. Story Hour —The stories to be told by Miss Doris Shoffner at the Story Hour at Ludington public library on Saturday will be "The Little Old Woman and How She Kept Her Geese Warm" by Hope Newell and "The Goldfish" by Julian Street. The Story Hour will begin at 2 o'clock. Extension Club — The Fair- and Mrs. Otto Pape. TO TO TRAVERSE CITY Mr, and Mrs. John Butz. Mrs. C. J. Peterson is recovering splendidly from her recent operation in Detroit and is expecting to return home Nov. 10. W. S. Vivian and Mesdames = ^ u Amy Inman and Clara Beach at- j o Y~the~n"aTion and its production tended a Red Cross meeting in now supplies 25 percent of the Lansing, Oct. 25. national demand for sa" " A banquet for the officers and bi c and industrial uses. workers of the Red Cross will be • given Nov. 9 in Gray hall. Mrs. Edith Shinn and daughter, Elizabeth, of Buttersville, Michigan shore. Only wells ^in extreme southern and western Michigan have cover salt. Michigan has been for years the leading salt producing state Fern with high prize being won by Mrs. Ray Topping and low by Mrs. John Echlin, who in turn the tally Miss were . presented their prizes to honored guests. Dainty pictures of Mr. Ghippi cards with Towns and used. At the conclusion Marchido School Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beiger, and children, Jane and Charles, Jr., of South Bend, Ind., spent last week-end at the J. W. Beiger home. Betty and Lois VanLoon attended a birthday party for Evelyn VanLoon at her home in Amber, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 28. Roger and Nancy Monne ol Ludington spent last week-end end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Kirkbride have moved to the farm of Mrs. Kirkbride, nee Gertrude Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. George Hum- Sally, Richard and Fred Moss, Junior and Louis Helminiak, Lila Mae and Edward Barch, Dennis Mikesell, Florence Wilkoz and their teacher, Mr. Marquardt. Other guests were Doris Hansel, Iris Callesen, Annabelle Helminiak, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Callesen and the hostess, June Callesen. Attend Movie Conducted by Edward Marquardt, LaSalle pupils attended the motion picture "They Shall Have Music" at Scottville Sunday afternoon, Oct. 29. The pupils have been studying music and especially enjoyed Jascha Heifetz" violin music. of the had dinner Tuesday evening, Oct. 31, with Mrs. Amy Inman. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conklin entertained Thursday evening, Recent guests at the home of Mrs. Margaret Ott were Mrs. Gene Chadwick of Custer Mrs. Alfred Wicklund, Mrs. Mabel games the honored guests were seated in the center of the room and were presented with gifts which had been placed in a beautifully dedorated blue and pink crepe paper wagon drawn by little Miss Marlene Letteau, also dressed in matching colors. Many lovely and useful gifts were received. At the close of the evening guests were seated at small tables which were daintily decorated with blue and white crepe paper table covers and napkins and a lovely luncheon was served. Guests at this lovely affair phrey of MadLson, Wis., visited; recently at the home of Bert VanLoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Appledorn of Flint announce the arrival of a baby boy on Oct. 21. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Houk of Summit were entertained at Sunday dinner, Oct. 29, at the William Bradshaw home. Pere Marquette Ladies' Aid society will hold its first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. Byron Conklin, Thursday after- Hhose aitten/ding were Helen and Junior Helminiak, June Callesen, Irene Callesen, Genevieve Helminiak and Fred Moss. Clarence Callesen, who is employed in Flint, spent last weekend with his family. Mr. and Mrs. John Treml and Miss Rose Cachura were Sunday afternoon guests, Oct. 29, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callesen. Mrs. Hansel, who has noon, Nov. 9. Mr. and Mrs. William Green- spending some time with mother, Mrs. E. Edmond, gone to Ann Arbor. -aeP been her has Oct. 2G, with a family dinner, igippy' and Mrs. Elizabeth Dur- As a result of a last-minute de, plus the generosity of several Ludington residents,- Ludington high school band was lo leave late this afternoon to take part in festivities at the Traverse City-Ludington'high school football game there tonight. "We want the band at the Tra! verse game as well as the Man- listee game next week," said M. Mellard Conklin, and their son- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Godin. Hannah McCarthy had sent views of Ireland which Mrs. Miss McCar- j. Dahringer, who was instru- view Extension club will meet at j mental in changing a previous ' 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, Nov. 8, at the home of Mrs. Wardie Seymour. Each member is asked to bring a piece of new unbleached muslin, six inches i square, a ruler, scissors and pic- I tures to be used in connection ' with the lesson, "Fashions in Bedspreads." Over 100 Attend Rotary Party Over 100 men, representing Rotary clubs of Scottville, Manistee, Shelby and Ludington, took part in a sixth anniversary birthday party for the local club at Hotel Stearns Thursday night. Program for the event was arranged by the, Manistee club, with Dorr Wilde, president of that group, as toastmastcr. Chief speaker was Sam Gorsline of Battle Creek, president of the Rotary club of '*nat city. Other | Sippy exhibited, members of the family present thy, who has spent many sum- were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Molineimers at Woodruff Lodge, is and children. Roger and Nancy, ; now touring Ireland. Mrs. and Billy and Dorothy Conklin. [Sippy left for Chicago Wed- John Butz attended the teach-inesday. She plans to remain er's convention in Grand'there the entire winter watch- Rapids Thursday and Friday,]ing the development of Oct. 26 #nd 27. (new granddaughter, The Roy Outcalt family at-i King. Geraldine decision to send the band for the , tended a silver wedding supper! Mrs. Gene Chadwick of Cus* Manistee game only. ' ' ._..-._ Accordingly . the band, charge of its capable director, L. F. Peterson, will participate in ceremonies between the halves j at tonight's game. Arrangements will be made next week for its second out-of- town appearance of the football season, at Manistee Friday night, Nov. 10. ficient. The long counter ha.s been .sawed in half and placed at right! angles, one facing north as j usual and the other east. All fancy grillwork at the top of! the glass enclosure has been removed and customers will be able to look across the lower •hetirht and more modenl appearing glass enclosure at the smiling face of Mr. Johnson. at the Louis Jensen home initer spent in Ludington, Saturday evening,; with Mrs. Thursday, Nov. Alfred Wicklund. 2, turn introduced Mr. Office of Clerk Being Remodeled' Office of County Clerk Albert E. Johnson was taking on a new appearance this morning with a new counter arrangement being laid out. Instead of the single long counter across the center of the room. a.s it has been for. many years, visitors will see a I .smaller but more compact system, j one expected to prove more ef- stitution for blind foundlings. At 19 he began teaching the blind. i When he was three years old, i Louis Braille, inventor of the During the evening, prcs- |Braille system, became blind, iclciits and members of the j At IQ he went to a Paris in- visiting clubs and past presidents of the Ludington club were introduced. H. H. Hawley, president of the Ludington group, welcomed the visitors and in Wilde. During the program the local club was presented with a gift of a manuscript table from the Manistee group, presentation being made by Tom Manwell. Formation of the Ludington club was sponsored, six ago, by the Manistee group. SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE Misses & Women's Sizes 12 to 44, Prices begin at Girls' Sizes 6 to 14, Prices begin at Snow Suits, Prices begin at Sizes 7 to 20. WOLVERINE /SPORTSWEAR CO. 231 E. Dowland St. (Over Hume Grocery Company) way of Scottville were entertained Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Brock Gould home, honoring Mrs. Gould's birthday, anniversary. June Callesen Is Hostess at Party LA SALLE DISTRICT.—June Callesen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Callesenj, entor- JUT TV. -niv,v, -\x,. tained LaSalle school pupils and Mr. and Mrs. John Echlm, Mr. their teacher Edward Marand Mrs. Russell Rasmussen and quard t, with a masquerade party daughters, Misses Nona and on Friday evening, Oct. 27. A ghost in the person of Warren Heuer appeared and told fortunes. With Mr. Marquardt as master of ceremonies many interesting games made the evening pass quickly. A Hallowe'en luncheon, served by Mrs. Callesen, added much to the evening's pleasure. Jack-o'-lanterns and , orange and black paper decorations Carol; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Letteau and family, Mrs. Clarence Rinebolt and daughter, Miss Martha; Mrs. Ray Topping and daughter, Darlene; Mrs. Anna Voss, Mrs. Harold Voss, Miss Evelyn Newhoff, Miss Bernice Fitch, Miss Gail Dilly, Mrs. John Waddell, Mrs. William Martin, Mrs. Mollie Peterson, Mrs. Hartford Pappe, Mrs. Wesley Hawley HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver and daughter, Phyllis, Mrs. Don; added to the ghostliness of the Kelley, Raymond Pappe, the honored guests, Miss Towns and Mr. Chippi and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Pappe. affair. Pupils present were Genevieve, Helen and Rose Helminiak, Ilene, Marlene and Wayne Callesen, It's HARD to tell... but EASYtopicka winning oil T HE hand is quicker than the eye," says this t $3.98 $3.75! breezy boy, land he challenges all comers to guess—at suitable odds—which shell hides the little pea. No matter how closely you watch him, as he deftly lifts and maneuvers the shells, the pea never seems to be under the one you pick. But you never have to engage in a contest of wits . . . you don't have to guess . . . which is a winning oil for your motor. It's easy to tell. This is why: The great Phillips refining organization makes a complete and frank statement which does away with all doubt. No hedging, no reservations. If you want our best oil, remember we specify that Phillips 66 Motor Oil is our finest quality . . .the highest grade and greatest value . . . among all the oils we offer. Next time you want oil, pick a winner. Drain and refill with Phillips 66 Motor Oil at the Orange and Black 66 Shield. ^BS- — .•• (710TOR ORTH OIL COMPANY SCOTTVILLE, MICHIGAN. $16.85 and up The Marvel Shop "Exclusive But Not Expensive." NOTICE MEAT PRICES HAVE COME DOWN! Direct from farmer to consumer. BEEF ROAST, finest quality, young, tendfef, lb SIRLOIN STEAK, ...... lb ROUND STEAK V PORK SHOULDER ROAST, young pig, .... l PORK | Op STEAK, lb.-B.OV PORK CHOPS, ...... Ib. RING BOLOGNA, no filler, finest quality, .... 2 Ibs. PORK SAUSAGE, small, finest quality, Ib'. FRANKFURTERS, small finest quality Ib. BACON, regular slab, .. lb. PICNIC HAMS, lb. PURE LARD, finest quality, lb. VEAL SHOULDER ROAST, milk fed lb. Oldest, largest meat market in the city. Louie Eliasohn Phone 152 619 S. James "The Place Where Your Dollar Works Overtime." f .- • : : '-•• •••••!••-..••. • :"- | BUM'S INDEX READ f THE ADS* Your Progressive Merchants Show You Where to Shop and How You Can Save Money. LOOK THE ADS OVER . . . YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! Expert 'Bear Alignment' Service, Body Bumping and Painting THE BEAR SHOP 604 E. Dowland Phone 227 HAVE YOUR * Gas Tank Filled * Oil Changed * Car Lubricated * Battery Charged * Tires Repaired * Car Washed * Accessories HERE Right and Reasonable SUBURBAN SERVICE STATION Ludington Ave. and Lewis St.—Phone 570-W. ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREAbE Auto Repair Bills LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis Strec* RRICES ARE GOING UP! WASHERS SPEED QUEEN & MAYTAG $42.50 and up $1.25 Down $1.25 Weekly Free Home Demonstration. Refrigerators PHILCO—SPEED QUEEN $99.5O and up $1.50 Down $1.50 Weekly Fully Guaranteed—Completely Installed 417 S. James Street —Phone 371 IRONERS SPEED QUEEN Table Type $29.5O Floor Type $69.5O and up $1.25 Down $1.25 Weekly Free Home Demonstration. BUY WHERE YOU GET SERVICE Any appliance—regardless of make or model—is no better than the service department behind it. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL! W BUY NOW and take advantage of present low prices. Use our Christmas lay-away plan. Pick out your washer, radio, refrigerator, ironcr. heater or cleaner now—Pay what you can between now and Xmas. Delivery will be made Xmas Eve. NO CARRYING CHARGE Between now and date of delivery. GROTEMAT'S AVIMG S OIL HEATERS SUPER FLAME $34.50 and up $125 Down $1.25 Weekly EXCLUSIVE HEAT-TRAP FEATURE. During the past nine years we have sold thousands of appliances in Ludington and Mason county. No matter what type of appliance you are interested in—we can give you the name of a number of your friends who own like appliances. Ask them about the appliance — Ask them about our service. RADIOS PHILCO AND CEOSLEY $7.95 and up $1.25 Down $1.25 Weekly 20 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM Hoover Cleaners $32.50 and up $1.25 Down $1.25 Weekly Only Hoover gives you sweeping, beating and cleaning action at once. HANDY CLEANER, $14.95 Free Home Demonstration. Open Evenings Buy Where You Get Service, -*•*

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