The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 3, 1939 · Page 5
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1 FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1939. THE 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.) Devotions to Begin at 8:30 O'clock Mass Sunday and to Close Tuesday The Forty Hours Devotion will begin at the 8:30 o'clock Mass at St. Jerome's Catholic church this Sunday,. Nov> 5, and will continue through until solemn closing at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening, Nov. 7. During these three days the Blessed Sacrament will be ex- nosed on the altar for the adoration of the faithful, each person having an appointed hour to be at the church. The entire parish will receive Holy Communion at the 8:30 Mais Sunday. Devotions will be hold Sunday and Monday evenings at 8 o'clock. Monday and Tuesday morning there will be Rev. Gordon Grant Presents Recital The Junior Study club of Onekama preesented Rev. Gordon Grant of Scottville in a piano recital Thursday evening. The program consisted of the following numbers: "Bells of Moscow" by Sergi Rachmaninoff, "Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz" by Johann Strauss, "Tarn O'- Shanter" by E. G. Warren, "Concert Grand Polka" by Homer Bartlett, "Staccato Etude" by A. Rubenstein and "Hungarian March" by Henri Kowalski. Rev. Grant preceded each number with a descriptive analysis of the music to be played. Health conditions made it advisable for him to sell ,at this time. Scottville Churches ffl POUPPLE IS GRACE EVANGELICAL (Rev. E. F. Rhoades, minister) Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. m. Morning service—8 p. m. with Rev. R. R. King as speaker. Young People's service— 7:15 p. m. Prayer service—Wednesday at 8 p. m. METHODIST (Rev. R. R. King, minister) Sunday school—10 a. m. Junior church—11 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. m. Epworth League—6:30 p. m. FREE METHODIST (Rev. Ray Calkins, minister) Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. m. Evening service—7:30 p. m. Prayer service—Thursday at 8 p. m. South Custer: Sunday school—2 p. m. Preaching service—3 p. m. Prayer service—Wednesday at 8 p. m. ST. JEROME'S AND MISSIONS (Rev. Gordon Grant, rector) Scottville: Mass—8:30 a. m. Victory: Mass—10:30 a. m. A FARMER'S SKETCH BOOK By WILLARD BOLTE • Stonyereekmouth Farm noon and evening in Manistec. TRINITY LUTHERAN (Victory) English services—11 a. m. BAPTIST (Victory) (Rev. R. E. Omark, pastor) Sunday school—2:30 p. m. Gospel service—Tuesday at 8 p. m. Games and Stunts Enjoyed at Party MARCHIDO.—The home . ol Robert Hesslund was the scene of a Hallowe'en party Friday evening, Oct. 27, when they entertained 36 young people from the Washington Avenue Bap. TT , tist church, Ludington. Sunken Brooder House ...... In the early evening, games The Kansas brooder house shown in the sketch above runs four feet and stunts in the barn provided underground, thus making it unusually warm in cold weather. The trap- ] entertainment, with cider and door is operated by rope and pulley and the house is entered by a sloping | doughnuts being served. runway instead of steps. Before chicks need the house it ia tuwd far wr*m •hat farrow early. Benz brothers Thursday evening, Nov. 2. Friends are sorry to learn Mrs. Mary Wojtasxak is ill and confined at Paulina Stearns hospital. Mrs. Paul Gerbers recently visited Mr. and MK. Otis Morey and infant son. Among the Mason county boys who will exhibit at the Fourth two distributions of Communion, I Annual Potato and Apple show at 7 o'clock and .Mass at 7:30. , being held at Traverse City Nov. ' Confessions* will be heard from 3 to 5 Saturday afternoon and from 7 to 9 In the evening and 9 and 10 are Fredrick Swanson Wilbur Nelson Edwin An- dcr.scn. Paul Becker, Bob Gran- Music will be in charge of Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger. There will be an object lesson for the children Later games were enjoyed in the house, followed by refreshments of coffee, pumpkin pie and whipped cream. nunrnn Pel " e Marquette Extension club hvRPv F v RhnirtPs at the I leaders, Mrs. William Bradshaw Sen?nn Srt'of the service The' and Miss Amelia St *aeffer, at- opemnR part 01 tne &eivice. ine, f ri rt th iporfprs' mppt.ino- a.t tpndod tne c n nn-viiin Scottville leaders> 10, meeting at The next be at Pere Marquette TO SPEAK SUNDAY Rev. R. R. King will speak at Grace Evangelical church Sunday evening, supplying for Rev. E. F. Rhoades who is conducting revival services at Zion Evangelical church in West Riverton. Rural Church Announcements before Ma.ss each morning and j g er Leigh Rasmussen and after the evening services. George L. Towns, Jr. Others will The church -will be decorated I exhibit, but their names were not with yellow and white festoons i available at this time. and the altar will be, with yellow, white and real chrysanthemums, of electric lights and banked orchid Clusters candles the This is the Fourth Annual Northern Michigan Potato and Apple show and the meetings will will add their brilliance to flower setting. The choir will have a special bo ln tne central school at Traverse City. Wednesday will be spent in entering exhibits, entries to close mu.siciil program and the sermon | a t 11-30 will be preached Tuesday eve- Stanley Johnson, superintend- by a Catholic priest from cn d O f Michigan State college Onekama. The closing devo- ]horticultural experiment station larked by the at- a t south Haven, will judg tion.s will be marked tendance of a numaer of visiting clergy and by a solemn pro- through the church. judge the apples. Henry Moore, extension specialist in potatoes at Michigan State college, will judge the North Riverton Plan Church Cleaning Mrs. Charles Genter, president of Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies' Aid society, wishes to announce that Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 7, has been named | for the fall church cleaning if] the weather permits. If it storms it will be postponed until Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8 1 The following members are requested to clean the church and parish hall: Mesdames Jacob Kief, Gust Rahn Jr., Charles Stovesand, William .Thurow Jr., Carl Thurow, Gus VonGlahn, The general public is invited to potatoes. " Paul Gerbers, Otis Morey, John attend all these services. i Thursday morning will take j Pleiness, Frank Lcppenthein, place the 4-H potato judging contest and the judging contest i for vocational high schools and \?n.lnA «.*» 1>i M 4-l««]rk«r l nl - so tnc Shading contest for 4-H rClea On JjirtnuaV'dub and agricultural students. " i On Thursday also will be the Mrs. Lawrence Mattix was style show practice and the pub- honor nucst Monday evening at:lie concert on the electric organ ; tute for them, a celebration marking her : <^nd a talk by Ashley Berridge ' birthday anniversary. Mrs. J. W.: f f"m the potato experiment :;ta- Forbes was the hostess and thei tio " at Lake City, partv was arranged for her by T Talks Wl11 bc ,6 lvcn . ^ .. her daughter. Mrs. Fritz Pappe. J° nnson on a ? ples J 11 ^ 5 y ^ and held afeftfe* «P*ppc home. | Moore on potat^Jioih dealing The house was attractive with i w ' Ttn diseases and care autumn leaves and fall flowers, j g ^ £*%"?-$ StSdcKd The Bursts came in costume ft™' students from vocational and Mrs. Nora McTaggart was, w } scnools Tnere will aLso bc I'ivrn thr> nriv.r for the host, ros- b . ....__.,. " Mrs. L. Mattix Is ST. PAUL EVANGELICAL (Center Riverton) (Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger, pastor) Morning worship—10 a. m. Sunday school—11 a. m. Elmer Harley, superintendent. Mid-week prayer service— Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the church. E.L.C.E. business meeting—Friday at 8 p. m., the place to be announced on Sunday. GRACE EVANGELICAL (Summit) (Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger and 'Rev. Oliver Drake, co-pastors) Morning worship—10 a. m. Union Sunday school—11 a. m. j John Houk, superintendent. I There will be no evening ser-! vice. Everyone is invited to cooperate in the closing services at the Zion Evangelical church in ! West sermon by Rev. Rhoades will be Pr Sti« m-av 3 er P "me e t i n g- meeti »* of the local club ^ cottage piayei m citing j ,,„,,, XT ^ T , , n of -D OI , O iurav, Thursday at 8 p. m., the place to: be announced. ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL | LUTHERAN (1'elton's Corners) (Rev. Lynion E. Jones, pastor) Sunday school—9:30 a. m. English service—9:45 a. m. Circuit meeting in the aftcr- Mesdames Alvin Bradshaw, Robert Hesslund and Roy Outcalt, attended the Health Unit meeting at Scottville, Tuesday afternoon. R. A. Saxton is remodeling J. W. Beiger's barn and building a new milk house. AUCTION SALE Wednesday, No. 8, 1939. Sale Called at 1 O'clock Sharp. 2 Miles South and one mile West of following property Otto Braucr, William J. Thurow, Paul Listing. Otto Listing Jr., and Harry Bedker. i ZION EVANGELICAL If occasion arises that any| (West Riverton) member named is unable to be I (Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger, pastor) present, they are kindly asked i Sunday school—10 a. m. Edito please get someone to substi-1 son Brown, superintendent. I. Morning worship—11 a. m. | Closing service of the Evangel- Alfred Dittmer visited the istic campaign—7:45 p. m. given the prize for the best costume. Games and contests were enjoyed with Mesdames D. Grubb and McTaggan and Miss Cora Gallaugher winning prizes. Mrs. Mattix was presented with a collective gift. At the close of the evening the hostess served a delightful lunch of doughnuts and elder, 1 , pumpkin pie with whipped cream and coffee. Present were Mesdames Nora McTaggart, Clara Miller, Dencic Grubb, Cora Gallaugher, Ina Mattix, J. W. Forbes, Bertha Ian interesting program. i Friday will be the closing ses- ' - • s with sale of prize winning Tobey Restaurant | Is Sold Thursday! Harry Tobey, who for the past i six months has conducted the i restaurant on Main .street, south j of the Ashley store, sold the res- j laurant Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cooper of Pentwater, i MiiRford, Miss Cora Gallaugher j who took possession immediate- and Mrs. Pappe, members of the ]y. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper plan a Birthday club, and Mrs. Pauline j number of changes and improve--. Pappe, who was a guest of the mcnts which they will begin at j evening. Mrs. Agnes Keith was unable to be present. A movement to establish a 10-hour day was active in England between 1830 and 1847. once. It will be known as "Lylc end Laura's Grill." Mr. Tobey plans to spend somo lime at his home in Freesoil, his plans as yet being indefinite. AUCTION SALE hnrsday, Nov. 16th T 10:00 A. M. Location At my farm 8 miles North of Scottville on US-31. Everything will be sold. LIVESTOCK—12 cows, 5 yearling heifers. Purebred Brown Swiss Bull 11 months old. 2 mares, chickens. IMPLEMENTS—All farm tools for haying, manure J epreader, Model A John Deere Tractor used only 3 years with John Deere two bottom plows. Two row cultivator. PRODUCE—About GO tons of baled hay, loose hay, baleil wheat and oat straw. Oats and corn. Many other tools and household goods. WATCH FOR OUR FULL ADVERTISEMENT IN THE DAILY NEWS. Mrs. Hulda Ohst, Prop. LOCATION: Fountain. I have quit farming and the will be sold: One Bay Gelding, weight 1,100 Ibs., 12 years old. One Bay Gelding, weight 1,200 Ibs., 12 years old. One Red and White Cow, 9 years old, was fresh in Aug. One Red and White Cow, 8 years old, was fresh on August 20.- One Red Cow, 8 years old, to freshen the first of Jan. One Red Cow, 4 years old, to freshen Nov. 11. One Grade Holstein, 4 years old, to freshen in Feb. 4 Pigs, weight about 80 Ibs. 2 Pigs, 8 weeks old. 25 White Rock Chickens. 50 Plymouth Rock Chickens. Wagcn. Mower. Spring Tooth Drag. Walking Plow. Walking Cultivator. One Set of Double Work Harness. No. 10 DeLavel Cream Separator, 600 Ib. capacity. 12 Tons Loose Hay, Alfalfa. Clover. Cabbages. 200 Shocks of Corn. Beets. 50 Bu. Potatoes ,.,.„ „. 20 Bu. Wheat. 100 Bu. Oats. Bed. Tables. Chairs. Writing Desk. Heating Stoves nnd All Household Goods. Shovels. Hoes, Forks and Many Small Articles. Terms: $10 and under, Cash. Over that amount six months' time will be given on joint notes, approved by \ clerk of sale. No property to be removed until settled . for. ''1 LAWRENCE MATTIX, Auctioneer. H. J. GREGORY, Clerk of Sale. JOHN SUDRALA, 'rop. Order Your Coal Now Before Winter Sets In Marne Lump, Furnace and Range. Also Pocono Lump. £ Loading Livestock Every Tuesday. -CATTLE CALVES HOGS- Call us before you sell. * I T •;• •»• * t »,• STAR SCOTTVILLE H^F *• * ^ Jfc^^ TONIGHT AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM v Mason County Co-Operative Inc. ! Phone 34 Scottville. Buy Now At The Rexall Ic Sale SPECIAL SATURDAY .ONLY 2—500 Sheet Packages Klenzo FACIAL TISSUES And One Whole Pound Rexall Theatrical COLD CREAM $1.25 VALUE Get Both For Only Here's the cleansing treatment actors use because it's so thorough. And you get enough to last a long while. The complete set for only 76c. McPherson's Drug Stave Scottville N. V. MoPherson, Prop. BOB LIVINGSTON RAYMOND HATTON DUNCAN RENALDO A young mother tells her actual experiences! What happened when she decided to have a baby the new way — her problems, her fears, every step in the process of becoming a mother by the newest, scientific method . . . Every woman should read this first-hand account of the miracle of modern motherhood! 'S —Addcd- Color Cartoon "Pipe Dreams" of tn» breath-taking itnaJ hit OVERLAND WITH KIT CARSON ANN SHERIDAN-DICK POWELL-GALE PAGE HELEN BRODERICK.RONALD REAGAN-ALIEN JENKINS-ZASU PITTS-MAXIE ROSENBLOOM and Tlx National Jitterbug Champion. —Shows— 6:45-9:30 Admission 25c-10c MATINEE SATURDAY 2:00 p. m. Children 5c-Adults 15c Coming Sunday-Monday—"GOLDEN BOY" With Barbara Stanwyck, William Holden and Adolphe Menjou Matinee Sunday 2:30 p. ni. AUCTION SALE Saturday, Nov. 11,1939 Sale called at One o'clock Sharp. Location: One mile East a>nd f/j mile North of Round <> '' f lake—or 3 miles South and 5 miles East and \/\ mile North of Fountain. Team of Bay Mares, G yrs., weight 2,900 Ibs. 1 Pony, age 11 yrs.. weight GOO Ibs. 1 Red Cow. 5 yrs., due to freshen Dec. 18. I Jersey Cow, 7 yrs., was fresh Oct. 10. 1 Block Cow, 7 yrs., fresh Oct. 11. i Red and White Cow, G yrs. due to freshen Nov. 15. 1 Red Heifer 2 yrs., due to freshen March 15. 1 Heifer. 9 months, 1 Heifer, 6 months. 2 Fall Calves. 1 Brood Sow, weight 300 Ibs. 10 Small Pigs, age 6 weeks. 1 Fat Hog, 200 Ibs. 1—1933 Ford V-8 Deluxe Sedan. 1—10-16 McCormick Deering Disc. 1—Oliver Plow No. 43. 1—Spring Tooth Drag. !—Spike Tooth Drag. 1—Riding Cultivator. L'—Walking Cultivators. 2—Double' Shovel cultivators. .1—Heavy Farm Wagon. 1—Pair Sleighs. 1—S"t Heavy Work Harness. i —1'/ 2 Horse power Gas Engine and pump jack. 1—Economy King Separator. 2—Cream Cans. I—Galvanized Water Tank. 2—3-Tine Forks. 2—6-Tine Forks. 1—20-gal. Oil Drum. 1—Cider Barrel. 50—Potato Crates. 1—Set Dump Boards. 1—Corn Sheller. ]_2-Wheel Trailer. 1 Hay Rack. 90 Bu. Oats. 100,Crates of Corn. 2 Tons Oat Straw. 4 Crates Seed Corn. 2 Tons Hay. Stack Bean Straw. 600 Bundles Corn Fodder. 60 Bu. Small Potatoes. 1 Player Piano with Rolls. And Many. Other Small Articles. Terms: $10 and under, cash. Over that amount six < months' time will be given on joint notes approved by ' • clerk of sale. No property will be removed until settled for. William Mclntosh, Prop. ' Auctioneer—Charles Spuller. I Clerk—H J. Gregory. rtnVou« s». ;*••-•• ABOUI

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