The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 4, 1939 · Page 3
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Ludington, Michigan
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Saturday, November 4, 1939
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SATURDAY, NOV. 4,1939. THE DAILY, NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE i NEWS BRIEFS DEATH ENDS INTERESTING LIFE OF ROBERT L. STEARNS The nicrst 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 or your visits through this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. Council—The Luclington Girl Scout council will meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening at the homo of Mrs. C. C. Caswell, 408 West Ludlngton avenue. Extension Club — Ludington j Extension club No. 1 will meet on Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the Pere Marquette school building. The lesson will be on "Fashions in Bedspreads." Council Meeting —The Ludington PT-A council will meet on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Foster school building. Week-Find — Warren Abro- hamson, stucionl at Albion col- k'!',o,' is spending the week-end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Abrahamson, 720 East Loomis street. V.F.VV. —The regular meeting of Lcveaux post No. 2409, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and auxiliary will be held on Monday, Nov. C, at 8 p. m. The post will meet at Wing school, East Ludington avenue, and the auxiliary will meet at the D.A.V. coach. I Announce Birth —Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sauers of Ludington of the birth of a daughter, Judith Marie, on Oct. 26 to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graham of Detroit. The baby weighed three-quarters pounds at birth. Mrs. Graham is the former Miss Gladys Underwood of Ludington. Summit Club—The Center Summit "Extension club willi him. It .shows him with palette meet with Mrs. Mary Broder on ancl pain t brushes pursuing the Wednesday. Nov. 8, at 10:30 a. m. All members are asked to be present and also any ladies interested in the lesson, "Fashions in Bedspreads," are invited to attend. Each member is asked to bring a thimble, scissors and a .six-inch square of unbleached muslin. Any member who has a suitable candlewick bedspread is asked to bring it for exhibition. whon he died at Tucson, Ariz., whore he had gone a year ago for his health, was both industrialist and arti-st. illness in the management of the Stearns coal and timber interests in Kentucky and elsewhere, and in the operations of the Car- rom Co. and Stearns Hotel Co. of this city, he also found interest- four'""an 5 j in g hours for his painting, sculpturing ancl writing. The above photo, taken a few months ago by a Tucson newspaper, i.s one of the last made of 3 Albert Johnson, resident of Ludington for 12 years, passed away on Friday evening at his home at 304 North Rath avenue after an Illness of .several year's duration. He was 53 years of an*'. Mr. Johnson; wat* lx>rn-o»> Oct. avocation he loved so well. To the right and below are reproductions of two of the creations which brought Mr. Stearns much lame. Top illustration, in the original, i.s a plaque, while that below i.s a large oil painting. Both originals hang in the lobby of Hotel Stearns. ! visiting relatives in this vicin- i ity. Mrs Edward Smith and Mrs. 'Ora Smith visited Miss Christine Johnson Thursday, Oct. . 26. Miss Johnson is staying {with her brother, Robert John- 'son, of Victory. Group Organizes Extension Club CENTER RIVERTON — A group of ladies met at the home* Prominent Pentwater nessman Expires Friday; Funeral Monday Jolly Hallowe'en Party Is Enjoyed BUTTON'S CORNER. — Mrs. ! Ralph Kendall and Mrs. Harold ! Voss were co-hostesses at a jolly Hallowe'en party held Monday o nc \ , evening. Oci. 30, at the Kendall DUOl- Vinvno PENTWATER — William E. 'Jennie Schwass : Bouga, age 68 years, member Miss Elsie Johnson, at home, I as substitute "^"-' • '"'-: Y^T : been a patient and a son, Arthur Johnson of Schwass ana MIS. iia/oi ii^ri- ' sovmi i months, chic'ico ison are to be recreational! Fiiiu ril services will be hold ; leaders and Mr.s. Eva Harmon ; The body was un Tiiosd u if orn( . ho t im- was elected president and Mrs. j Ponlwator and funeral services and plac'o to bT amiouS !R^»' Cory, Urotary-treasurer. iwill bo hold Monday afternoon later. Rev. J. A. Landin for the past returned to will Person t wore Mosdamos Le- |at 2 o'clock at the First Bap- Hannah, Manic Hannah, j list chur-rh. Rev. John Gcr- ofici-Uo ona Hannah, Manic Hannah, jtist chimrh Intonm-nt will be made at i Hazel Hanson. Orpha . Schwass, , maine oi iciat I 'iki-vii'w cemetorv i Leone Schwass, R:>.sic Cory, , will bo made .:::.:•...._ 'Clara Appleton. Pearl Harley, cemetery. home. Guests came masked and in costumes ancl were met in the yard by a tall ghost. Many games and contests were played which provoked much laughter. A delicious co-operative lunch : of sandwiches, pickles and cof- iec, apple and pumpkin pie was i served. present at the jolly ] party were Mr. and Mrs. John Wad'clell, Mr. and Mrs. William Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yoss, Mr. and Mrs. Art, Mr. and Airs. Ory VanNortwick, Mr., and Airs. Wi'lliam Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rasmussen and Interment | children. Loo and Carol; Mr. and in Pentwater V^Ulltl /II7LJ1VIVJH, llLlll A AH « 1*. J , , .'Eva Harmon, Misses Helen ! William E. Bouga was born Harmon and Norinc Cory, the •. in Pcntwntor on Aug. 9, 1871, Mrs. George Towns, Mr. ancl Mrs Albert Letteau, Mrs. Helen Hil- liarcl, Miss Evelyn Newhoff, Arliene and Dolores Voss, Mr. and .hostess Mrs. Jennie Schwass !and, except for a few short I Mrs. Harold ancl Mr. and land Mrs Floyd Timmons of the : absences, spent his entire life I Mrs. Ralph Kendall and family. 'East Rivertoh group, who gave ' in this village. Here he at- the first lesson of the year on ' tended school and as a young "Color." ' iruin was associated with his Funeral services for Marlene Audrey Haynes, three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Haynes of 212 East Melendy street who died on Friday afternoon at Paulina Stearns hospital of injuries suffered in an automobile accident will bo held at 2 p. m. Monday at Dorrell chapel, Rev. J. A. Landin officiating. ' Interment will be made at Lakeview cemetery. The little girl was born on Sept. 19, 1936, in Ludington, where her family has lived during the past four years. The family is affiliated with Washington Avenue Baptist church. Surviving are the parents, her grandparents, Mr. and Mr.s. Joseph H. Haynes of Buda, 111., and grandmother. Mrs. Royal McClellan cf Ludington. Appointed Agent for Trucking Firm It was announced this morning that Freeman Savage, 204 West Court street, had accepted a position as commercial agent in Ludington for the Bachelder. Trucking Co., doing business between Muskegon and Manlstee. Mr. Savage has had over 15 years experience in the trucking business. He was connected for many years with Associated Truck lines. Bachelder Trucking Co. is affiliated with the United Freight Terminal, Inc. and the Doyle Freight lines, Michigan Messengers, Inc. and the Vyn Co. Inc. The trucking system features "overnight service to nearly all of Michigan." Walhalla Mrs. Edward Smith of Muskegon was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Smith at Long lake for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Austin and son, Stanley, of Plainwell, were last week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Barnhart. R. E. Smith and family and Harold Blunt, all of Muskegon, were guests of Mrs. Verle Mc- Kcnzic over last week-end,. 'Robert Fogg of Plainwell is Mcsdamcs S.«*wass and Har- ! father, John Bouga, in the hy- loy attended the county lead-j cry business. Later, m part- er's' meeting at Scottville Tues- inershm with his brother, the day, Oct. 31, and received the (late Charles- Bouga, and cousin, second lesson of the year on | Miss Tillicp Nichols he own"Fashions in Bedspreads." I ed and operated the Big Maple lltll J AW11O ill J_H^V»U1-/1 V^lAVA'J. 1—1 1 The next meeting of the club .garage lor many years Fol- - - -- 'lowing the death of his brother, Mr. Bouga's health forced him to retire from active busi- will be at the home of Mrs. Orpha Schwass. M. and Mrs. Marble Harley, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harley, left Tuesday, Oct. 31, for De Leon Springs, Fla. They took a house trailer conveniently equipped and plan to tour and visit places of interest before returning to their farms in the spring. Mrs. Ernest Schwass and son, Phillip; Mrs. Raymond Harmon, Helen and Donald Harmon and Maurice Wilson show sponsored attended the by the Band Mothers at the Star theater Tuesday evening, Oct. 31. Phillip Schwass is a member of the Scottville school band. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harley were Sunday guests, Oct. 29, of their daughter, Mrs. Earl Hannah, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schwass and daughter, Ruth, were entertained at dinner Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Harry Cory home. Johnny Faltinek returned to Muskegon Monday, Oct. 30, to resume work at the Campbell- Wyant foundry after a few days of unemployment. Sugar Grove Mr. and Mrs. William Buffenbarger went to Grand Rapids Oct. 26, where Mrs. Buffenbarger attended the Teachers' Institute. Mrs. Mary Bennett, who has spent the summer here, returned with them, Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Buffenbarger Sunday, Oct. 29, were Bessie, James and Charles Doblas. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bedkor and family of Fern and Mr. and Mrs. Ai Durham and family of Scottvillc were dinner guests Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Wilfred Buffenbarger home. Mrs. Buffenbarger is on the sick list. Mr. and. Mi$ v Marion Eley and family of Menninger district were ness and he disposed of his interest in the garage four years ago. For the past number of years, Mr. Bouga spent his winners in Florida where he also .iad business interests. About 18 months ago he suffered a paralytic stroke which was followed by a neivpus breakdown, resulting in his death. On Oct. 23, 1914, Mr. Bouga was united in marriage to Miss Mae Tracy of Watervliet, who now survives him. Other relatives are his cousin, Miss Nichols, of Pentwater and an aunt, Mrs. Theodore Ervin of Summit township, Mason county. afternoon callers. Mr. and Mr.s. William Buffenbarger enjoyed a chicken dinner Oct. 29, at Victory townhall served by the Danish Lutheran society. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buffenbarger and son, Roger, called at the C. K. Hanson home, Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eley called at the Wilfred Buffenbarger home Monday, Oct. 30. Hallowe'en Parties, Enjoyed at School FREESOIL. — Pupils in the primary and intermediate departments of the Freesoil school enjoyed Hallowe'en parties in their respective schoolrooms Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 31, di- and Mrs. reeled by Mrs. Fox Swanson, teachers. The primary room was made festive with black cats, jack-o'- lanterns and candles. Games and a peanut hunt provided fun for all. Jack Shereda was winner in the peanut hunt. Pupils were presented with Hallowe'en candies in Hallow- e'en nut cups. Lorraine Hill was a guest. Hallowe'en decorations were conspicuous and provided a seasonal setting for the party in the intermediate department where games and jumbled letters made the minutes pass rapidly. Theressa Pekarchik won in the jumbled letter contest. A candy ancl peanut treat was spent in both departments. Freesoil Mrs. Cecil Lydic and infant daughter, who have been at Mercy hospital, Manistee, returned to Freesoil Friday. It is our desire ways, to serve clients as we would be served under tions. DORRELL FUNERAL HOME • Phone 438-W Luclington, Mich. Services for Robert L. Stearns, who died at Tuscon, Ariz., Thursday following a critical illness of many months, will be held from the home on Lakeshore drive Wednesday afternoon. Burial will be in Lakeview cemetery. Further details were awaiting arrival of the family late Monday. Returning via Chicago, Mrs. Stearns is expected to reach Ludington then. She is accompanied by her three children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman R. Stearns of this city, who were enroute to Tuscon at the time of Mr. Steams' death, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gable and Robert L. Stearns Jr., of Stearns, Ky. freesoil Suffer Injuries Mrs. Irene Bep'ple, who is here from Quincy, Wash., is caring for her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Tobey, who were injured Wednesday afternoon in an automobile accident. Mr. and Mrs. Tobey are both confined to their home because improving Thursday and Friday, but Mrs. Tobey is very ill because of her injuries and shock resulting from the accident. Freesoil friends will be sorry to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Percy LaBree have suffered much inconvenience and a $1,000 loss from a fire which occurred at their restaurant Sunday afternoon, Oct. 29. Mrs. LaBree served the Sunday evening meal to her customers in her living apartments. Mrs. LaBree was formerly Miss Mary Hagstrom of Freesoil. Joseph Newell of Detroit has been visiting his mother-in-law, Mrs. Emma Tripp, of Freesoil, and relatives in Manistee. Mrs. Tripp, who has been spending the summer a_t her Freesoil home, returned to Detroit with Mr. Newell today to remain with relatives during the winter. The Freesoil Extension club will meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 7, with Mrs. Floyd Eddy for an interesting lesson which will include instructions in making candlewick bedspreads. The Freesoil Townsend club will meet Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, at the Freesoil hall. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Freesoil Latter Day Saint church will meet Thursday a/fternoon, Nov. 9, with Mrs. Henry Orinnell, with Mrs. Laurence Hill and Mrs. Emma Tripp, co-hostesses. Mrs. Ira Granger and daugh- Mrs. Frank Hunt Mrs. E. M. Stephens visited _._. Marian S,eits Thursday evening' i Nov. 2. '•••'. •' '" J Burrell Lydic and David Smitlt visited Lake City Wednesday* Nov. 1. A DO YOU KNOW Phone 900 That Modern Chiropractic Adjustments Afford Relief Without Pain or Embarass- ment, in Almost Every Ailment. B. DOLL, D. C. Free Consultaion 127 N. James St. "It Pays'To See Your Chiropractor First" BUYER'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! Beer—Groceries—Meats Domestic and Imported Wines Open Evenings & Holidays SERV-U-WELL GROCERY W. Ludington Ave. Phone 593 ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bills LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis Stncft Bear Alignment Service Will Save Money on Tires! Ask For a Free Check-Up THE BEAR SHOP 604 E. Dowland Phone 227 JUDGE AND JURY Buying for a family isn't a part-time job. It's a day-in- aiid-day-out task, requiring a knowledge of what local stores are offering. Like a court of law, every family lias its judge and jury, responsible for making decisions before any purchase is made. Yet, imagine what it would be if information had to be secured directly from the seller. Facts about size . . . quality . . . price. Imagine walking from store to store seeking put those quoting the lowest prices on similar merchandise. Of course, this is not necessary! The ads in The Daily News enable you to make wise decisions about all the things you need. You have all the facts before you to arrive at a conclusion without even stepping out of your parlor! You be the judge and jury now, and check the ads in THIS issue. Let The Daily News Ads Help You To Get More Value For Your Money The Ludington Daily News

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