The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 4, 1939 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, NOV. 4,1939. "TIE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE A HUMANITY-IN '* In addition to its help to war-torn Europe, the American Red Cross is facing one of its busiest years in meeting the needs of the disaster- stricken while it carries on a daily fight against accidental death, disease and other forms of human distress }-«t ^ y eaP d[sa$ . fer . similar to this, occurred /56 "jjted States! I Cross | B - — — «•• i« fssistance -->*:- THE THREAT OF EPIDEMIC — This youngster doesn't like the Idea of inoculation, but in later years he will thank the t Red Cross for its program of fighting the spread of communicable disease in the nation. HIGHWAY FIRST AID— While this Red Cross volunteer phones for a physician another First Aider gives emergency treatment to an injured motorist. There are 5,500 emergency stations in the United States. WATER SAFETY — Accidental drowning each year claims approximately 7,500 lives. During the past summer, the Red Cross certificated its millionth Life Saver. FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN NATIONS—These Red Cross Juniors are part of an army of 7 500,000 young Americans carrying on a program of international correspondence to • ' create a better understanding between nations. TO BIND THE WOUNDS OF WAR—With war in Europe thou* sands of Red Cross volunteers (left) throughout the country are preparing " surgical dressings and refugee clothing,, that needs of the injured may be met. Emergency closets of supplies are held in readiness for domestic calamities. ACCIDENTS IN THE HOME— Hazards in the home such as the one pictured here claim as many lives as automobile accidents. Red Cross accident prevention programs annually reach ten million homes. ,#•* . •* _ j?& >-" AID TO VETERANS AND SERVICE MEN—Scenes like this occur daily in military hospitals as Red Cross workers speed the recovery of the disabled veteran and aid men in active service and their dependents in solving their social and economic problem* I SCOTTVILLE Announce Events for Coming Week The coming events for the week are unn'ouncc-d as follows: .Monday i-vening—Ea.stern Star j corner morning from Milwaukee and Green Bay where she had been spending a week. Mrs. W. G. Alway is in Kalama- '/oo for the week-end, attending a reception for the parents of .students at the Western State Teachers' college and also a homecoming for students. Mr. and Mrs. John Ponko and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Orth have exchanged homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ponko moving to ihe house on East Stale street and Mr. and Mrs. Orth to the home at the of State and Columbia, Custer Cardinal I us some tricks about jitterbug- Kathryn j ging recently at the Senior box Shakespeare's plays. One of | could it? the plays which held the j Why was it that . , _ i! students' interest was "Mac- I Smith was so excited over, a let- i social. . Ibeth" The class is working iter she recently received from I In agriculture class recently Ion projects which are due next Wisconsin? ,,. lly, Mr. Hedrick asked Edmund '- - - ' anxiously await- I Zyrtfa if he didn't know how to News of, by, and about Custer High School Vol. X. No. 12. in* th P tPirhPr^nTnv 01 * A little I P^nt alfalfa what he would do, , ing the teacneis. play. A little j ^ Edmund answe red, dream- formerly the M. S. Stowell home. Both families moved Thursday. Custer high school has always tried to maintain high standards in the minds and actions of its students. This can only be accomplished through the co-operation of Mr and Mrs Wilfcrd LaPointe ! the parents and teachers and returned to their home in Sag- ! the willingness of the students. card party at O.E.S. hall. Junior Farm bureau meeting at John Rosenow home. Tuesday cveninfi Townsend ._ club meeting at Community hall. |jnaw"~Friday "morning"" after | The success of the clubs, Women's Foreign Missionary ; spending a few days here. They'parties, class activities, and MXMcty entert:iin.s S I a n d a r d j arrived Tuesday morning and school progress all depend on Bearers -it supper at Methodist j were gue.sts of Mr. LaPointe's the standards of the school. chuiT.h social rooms. j brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Ouster's tradition is that stud- Scottville Extension c I a s s > anc j Mrs. Antoine LaPointe. ents shall work together in me.et.sat Community hall at 7:30 j Mr and Mrs Rudolph wick . harmony; jhile each does his o clock. _.. Uund drove to Muskegon Thurs- Friday. Among the projects are the following: Making a stage plan, birdie told me Mr~ Bennett was drawing sketches of characters o- 0 ing to steal the show in the play, writing an original The Seniors get out of their play, or dramatization of a | room a t noon before the rest of part of a play. Recently the , tne assembly. This should be a , class gave a program of se- hint to the other grades Quiet- annual magazine sales on lections from the Elizabethan "ess ™ ' '^r± y i,S C n, Snm nd IF 6 ' • They ai ' e alS ° P^ n i ng ! Amta Donnora really did show a tidy sum as piont. (to give a program on Shake- ! speare's plays in order to raise to buy books for the ily, that he would write to the County Normal. Then there is Howard Pitchei, who forgot to go to class one exciting day. FRESHMEN GIVE PARTY The Freshmen of Custer high (Please turn <n 1'age 7, Column 3) The two teams, Kickapoos and Potawatomies, were on the money warpath night and day. The (library, team that was in the lead | i. NORMA ZYNDA. changed from day to day; this caused much excitement. As JUNIOR RINGS the finals draw near the Kick- I The Junior class has mailed apoos were in the lead by a |the order for their rings to the Wednesday afternoon— Women's Foivigii Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. G. V. Felt, Wednesday evening — The IOOF will sponsor its second card party and dance at the Odd Fellow, hall. Thursday evening —The annual 4-1-1 banquet will be served in the upstairs of Community hall and the meetings will be held downstairs. A. G. Kettunen, state 4-H director and Miss Olga Bird will be present. N. Y. ^""Project Is Offered Students (Continued troin I'.igc 4) Superintendent Arnold Carlson would be glad to explain the plan to any one interested. At present, .aviation mechanics projects may be studied under the' Civil Aeronautics Authority for civilian aeronautics. Scottville has at present eight' students enrolled under the NYA, each receiving $C per month; there are four post-graduate students receiving $14 per month. William Niel, a former student here and a post-graduate, is serving as recreational leader; Scottville also has one cook for the hot lunch project under the WPA and will very soon have another, tus about 135 students are enjoying the hot lunch. Any student interested in knowing more about the project Is invited to see Mr. Carlson. Scottville Locals R. C. Orth returned to Scottville Friday evening after spending several days on a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. A. Bcnow returned Friday day to bdng back Mr wicklund's best, no matter how small a part he takes. To uphold the A lirlnl.l...-.^) ev^a™"th3' her daughter, Mrs. Luttrell. TEACHER'STOATH MUST BE FILED tradition of Custer high is the A number of teacners have not as yet filed their Teacher's Oath and this is very important as not even a life certificate is of eyery ambitious student attending this school. THE EDITOR. DEBATE NEWS I The Custer high negative j team held a practice debate • with the Hart high affirma- | tive team Tuesday afternoon ' fraction of a dollar but at the last minute the Potawatomies brought in two more sales and .won the day. I There's no telling what kind ' of a shindig the Kickapoos will i cause their ex-rivals to raise i a pow-wow about, but here's I hoping that both sides have a i nice time at the promised j party. ALICE JOHNSON. CHILD The girls CARE CLUB of C. H. S. have valid if the teacher has not filled ! was . : the oath. eraj Arnold Carlson, superintendent of the Scottville school, has had a meeting to decide wheth- jer there should be a " Child upon 'Care course here next semester Resolved: That the Fed- ]or not. The group agreed un- Government should own i animously in favor operate the railroads. i project and. seem to at Custer high school. The question debated Herff-Jones company in Indianapolis, Ind. They expect the rings to arrive sometime before Christmas. Everyone is anxious for the time to come when he can display his new class ring. The em- , blem of Custer high school, the j Cardinal, will be on the ring. Much credit is due teams for the splendid The affirmative team was j ust received a number of the i «"""" , lu / h "debate papers and any teacher desiring ldone ln tne aeDate i one may have it by writing him or applying at the superintendent's office in Scottville. Resseguie School Wetcs "NT/aw Jtias JN ew both work NOTICE The date for the teachers' play, "Don't Darken My Door," has been set for Nov. 10. A very exciting evening is in store for those attending. Tickets may be obtained from any IA11 ... .class officer. Don't forget folks, of the : the time, 8 p. m., the date, Nov. 10, be very ! an d the place at Custer high PENTWATER -THEATRE TONIGHT Kane RICHMOND, Amanda DUFF, June GALE, Henry ARMETTA, Edward NORRIS, Scotty BECKETT in "THE ESCAPE" _—ALSO Robert DONAT, Madeleine CARROLL in "THE 39 STEPS" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 6, 7. 2 Sunday Matinees 3 and 5 enthusiastic about the promise, school auditorium. THIS AND THAT Off, wasn't it, that Hazel Nash ENGLISH LITERATURE NOTES The English literature class . composed of Tom Nobles, Mar- , has accomplished many inter- I was so impatient for Teacher s tin Misevic and Richard Hutch- jesting things so far. They Institute to come. It couldn't have studied ballads, sonnets, ' have been that she took that lyrics and are now reading popgun and went hunting again, jinson and the negative team was composed of Mary Lou 'Parrell, James Cunningham land John Saya. ! The season will open offi- _. _ ——'•- Icially for Custer when their The Resseguie school is happy I negative team meets Freesoil over the new radio recently ac- a t Freesoil next Friday, Nov. 10. ! quired by them. The group has been working the past year for this radio and the children prepared an exhibit for the Western Michigan fair, winning a prize. There were also a number of individual exhibits and these were also turned into the radio fund HUGH SKAGGS. and the school had a float at the Scottville Harvest festival, receiving $15 in prize money and this completed the fund. The school is now enjoying music appreciation hours, news periods and many other items of interest. Miss Isa Selby, teacher of the school, has expressed her appreciation fpr the many improvements, such as the electric lights, the hot lunch project with cook, and now the new radio. SENIOR MAGAZINE SALE The Seniors completed their Receives Menibership to Phi Delta Kappa M. H. Fouracre has recently been elected to membership in the Phi Delta Kappa, honorary educational society. This is a national organization and being reaeived into membership is being given a mark of scholarship and recognition in educational circles. Superintendent Arnold' Carlson has been a member of the society for a number of years. White Oak Pocahontas THE QUALITY COAL! •Order Yours Today from Car Now ^ Unloading. L. A. Hawley and Sons Phone 207. RICHARD GREENE NOW A STAR as you demanded! Max G. Lenz Auto Sales 210 SOUTH JAMES STREET SPECIAL SALE ON Used 1937 PONTIAC 6— Radio, heater and Electric Clock .Dual Equipped ........ 1937 STUDEBAKER G COUPE, In Nice Condition .................... 1937 FORD TRUCK L.W.B. 4-Foot Stake Body ..................... 1933 MASTER CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN, 6 Wire Wheels. Motor overhauled ...... . 1931 PACKARD VICTORY, A Good Buy at ...................... . . . $500 $350 $450 $175 $95 We Service All Makes of Cars! All Work Guaranteed! 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