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*ACE EIGHT THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1939L Churches FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ., (Loomls at Harrison streets) • Rev. C. E. Pollock, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. f Public worship—11 a. m. Sermon : "What Can I Get Out of Life?" Rev. W. H. Helrigel, preacher. Junior Epworth League—5 p. m. Senior Epworth League—6:15 p. m. Evening Gospel service—7:30 p. m. Sermon: "The Parable of the Sower." Rev. W. H. Helrigel, preacher. Official Board meeting — Monday evening at the church. Rev. Helrigel will toe in charge. Sunday school board meeting -Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the Preaching service—11 a. m. Evening service—7:30 p. m. Preaching service—8 p. m. Prayer meeting—Thursday at 7:30 p. m. !' PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH (207 West Ludington avenue) Parvin G. Lee, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. Worship service—11 a. m. Evangelistic service—7:45 p. m. Evening services on Tuesday and Friday—7:45 p. m. THE SALVATION A17JMY (Hall at 108 South Rath avenue) Adjutant Kyle Piercy •Sunday school—10 a. m. Devotlonals—11 a. m. Public service—7:30 p. m. Boy Scouts, Troop 7, meeting —Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service — Thurs- home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford! day at 7:30 p. m. Johnson, 722 East Danaher street. I Girl Scouts and Brownie Pack i meeting—Wednesday at 3:45 p. j m. in the church rooms. General Ladies' Aid meeting—| Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. in Hud- ' son parlors. im ptniuio. . T a __j, Prayer and Study hour—Wed- .] ja £££ nesday at 7:.30 p. m. in the church Club room. Annual Red Cross dinner — Thursday at 6:30 p. m. in Gray hall. WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. R. E. Omark, pastor Bible school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Adjutant Kyle speaker. Piercy, guest Evening service—7:30 p. m., to be conducted by the Young People's union. Midweek prayer service — Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. Choir rehearsal—Friday at 8 p. m. in the church. CHURCH OF CHRIST (James at Court streets) H. H. Hawley, minister Service—10:30 a. m. Communion—11 a. m. Sermon—11:30 a. m. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH (The Church with the Open Door) (108 North Harrison street) Rev. Paul Haskell Clark, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Mbrning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "The Conquest of Selfishness."- Church nursery—10:45 a. m. Church meeting—12 noon, to act upon the budget. Brownie Pack meeting—Monday at 3:30 p. m. Supper meeting—Monday at 6:30 p. m. for the superintendents and teachers of the Sunday school departments, at the home of Mrs. Roscoe Ely, 704 Brother street. Girl Scouts, Troop 5, meeting —Tuesday at 4 p. m. Boy Scouts, Troop 3, and Sea- scouts—Monday at 7:30 p. in. Four Square circle meeting— Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the BETHANY METHODIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. Erling C. Edwardsen, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m superintendent. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "The Cross and the Christian Life." Evening service—7:30 p. m. Sketch: "The Stranger in Galilee." Boy Scouts' meeting—Monday at 7 p. m. Midweek prayer service — Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. in the church parlors. The study of the Book of Acts will be continued. Epworth League devotional meeting—Thursday at 7 p. m. Choir rehearsal — Thursday at 8 p. m. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE (305 East Filer street) Rev. Arvid E. Norton, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. •Morning worship service—11 a. in. Evangelistic service — 7:30 p. m. Prayer service—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Melendy at Harrison street) | Rev. William Opitz, pastor i Sunday school—10 a., m. , Confessional service—10 a. m.; English service and Holy Communion—10:30 a. m. Sermon: "As We Forgive Our Debtors." _ FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST (Filer at Delia Street) Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. m. Sermon: "Adam and Fallen Man." Testimony meeting—Wednesday at 8 p. m. Reading room at Delia street entrance to church edifice is open Wednesdays and Saturdays, excepting holidays, from 2 inini Beethoven cycle., to 5 p. m. MBS—8:30 Hawaii calls; 9:30 j symphony strings; 10 (east) EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Nati °»al horse show. (Corner Melendy and Emily Sunday brings: Europe- NBC-chains 8 a." m.; WJZ-NBC 11:05 a. m.; WABC-CBS 9 a. m., 7, 8:55, 11 p. m.; WEAF-NBC 3:30, 11; MBS 7:45; WJZ-NBC 10, 12 Midnight. WEAF-NBC—11:30 a. m. Re- Young People's meeting—6:451 turn of music and American p. m. William Kronlein, leader. jyouth; 2:30 p. m. Roundtable Gospel Evangel service — I "Public Opinion;" 7 Jack Ben- 7:30 p. m. Topic: "What Is Com- ny; 8 Charlie McCarthy and ing?" -- •' - - K A FARMER'S SKETCH BOOK By WIllARD BOITE • Stonycreekmouth Farm New Steel Corn Cribs Sketch above shows two new types of steel covn cribs at tl»c lowi Experiment Station. The wire-mesh sides nyid bottoms speed up drying and make the cribs absolutely ratproof and birclproof. streets) Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "Pallbearers That Destroy Young Lives." I right." "Tell them we're all right," a spokesman for the crew answered. Sailors, dangling over the side to rr-oaint tnc SUITS and stripes on the hull, greeted the reporter with broad grins. To the query "h,nv are you reeling now'?," one replied: "It's fine now. but I was scared .stiff while the Germans were aboard.'' Confirmation class meeting— Young People's social and lit• -- erary meeting—Wednesday at 8 home of Mrs. Brother street. Albert Johnson, Circle meetings — Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. E. A. Smith's circle will meet at the home of Mrs. K. L. Ashbacker; Mrs. Newberg's circle will meet at the home of ,• Mrs. F. Samuelson; Mrs. Fred Read's circle will meet at the home of Mrs. G. Murray, •with Mrs. W. Gillespie assisting as co-hostess. Men's club supper —Wednesday at 6:30 p. in. in the church- house. The -program, being arranged by R. C. Buchanan, will include an address by Frederic Read, "The Importance of A Newspaper to a Community," a reading .by Miss Sarah E. Buchanan and musical selections •by George O. Kribs. FREE METHODIST CHURCH (318 North Robert street) Rev. J. L. Hazeldine, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. Saturday at 10 a. m. in the church parlors. EMANUEL "LUTHERAN CHURCH (Danaher at Lavinia streets) Rev. J. A. Landin, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning service—10 a. m. Swedish service—11:15 a. m. ST. STANISLAUS' CHURCH (511 Third street) Rev. Joseph Koss, pastor Low Mass—8 a. m. High Mass—10 a. m. ST. SIMON'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (Foster at Harrison streets) Rev. Dr. T. W. Albin, pastor Rev. F. H. Branigan, vicar Low Mass—7 and 8:30 a. m. High Mass—10:30 a. m. A Mass for hunters will be held sometime in November. BETHANY LUTHERAN j CHURCH (1107 Madison street) Rev. John Christensen, pastor Sunday school and Bible class —9:30 a. m. Sermon: "Lost and Found." Morning worship—10:30 a. m. Sermon: "Forgiveness." Congregational meeting — Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the church parlors. Young People's meeting — Tuesday at 8 p. m. Adult Confirmation class meeting—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the parsonage. Ladies' Aid meeting—Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Rudolph Zeber, 403 Sixth D. m. Prayer, praise and Bible study service—Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Choir • ' 7:30 p. m. Mortimer Snerd; 10:30 American art quartet. WABC-CBS—1:45 p. m. Edgar L. Bill on the broadcasting code; 3 N. Y. Philharmonic; 6:30 Gateway to Hollywood: 8 rehearsal—Friday' "at! Orson Welles and Mary Astor J 'in "Hurricane" (west at 10); 9 Sunday evening hour. WJZ-NBC—2 p. m. Great play "Edward II;" 4:30 Sec. Ickes address at Friant dam; THE CALVARY MISSION (Corner Court and Rowe Sts.) (Rev. A. G. Burley, pastor) Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. Speculate on Special Term at Lansing (Continued from Paso 1) Murphy, a democrat. \vas compelled to recant on a similar proposal to reduce old ap,e assistance. The heat, when widows, orphans and old folks were concerned. Murphy found, over- wcished demands of economically minded taxpayers for a j6_New friends of music; 8 Spe- [balanced budget. Evangelistic service—7:30 p. icial KDKA hour for new trahs- m -imitter; 10:30 Cheerio. m. Prayer MBf 5 Musical steelmakers: ,. TTT , , 8 American forum, "What Shall meeting—Wednes_day | the United States Do About at 8 p. m. at the Homer home in South Custer. Hill; Peace Ihour. Now?"; 10 Good will street. Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7 p. m. Junior Confirmation class meeting—Saturday at 10 a. in the parsonage. GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH (Court at Harrison streets) Rev. Knight W. Dunkerley, rector Holy Communion—8 a. m. Church school—10 a. m. RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key station of each network Is listed In the programs. The Networks: WEAF—WTAM, WTMJ, WGY, WLW, WSM, WMAQ, WOOD, WWJ. WJZ —WLS, WTMJ, WMAQ. WXYZ, V/LW, WOOD. WABC--WJR, WItAS, WBBM. Monday expectations: Europe -NBC-chains 8 a. m.; NBC- JBLUE 12 noon, WABC-CBS 8 ja. m., 6:30 p. m. . . . WEAF- NBC—1:30 Lets talk it over; |5:15 Against the storm. WABC- .CBS —4 p. m. Curtiss concert; 6:15 New Hedda Hopper series on movies. WJZ-NBC—12:30 :p. m. Farm and home hour; 2:30 Rochester civic orchestra. jMBS—3 p. m. Marriage license : romances. • Nazis Protest Act; , Rejection Is Seen (Continued from Paso I) concerning her next move. Although newspaper reporters were not at" first achp.it- ted to board t' ip shin \ won 1 ' n WCCO 810. WABC 860, WKAR 850. rpnrPSPn t * 1 1 vn nf 1 h ->' f • •, ~i • V- H W1JAF 610, WEAF 660. WENB 870, J ^P 1 tJse.niaiU C Ol m>? Av:G, 1U t..'U WON 720, WGY 780. WHAM 1150. WHAS ; Press managed to go aboard and 820, WHO 1000, \VIBO 570. WJJD 1130, t tfllk* \vi I }i m p m ho t* w /if t H r» /-• i-n-i- WQ\<r «*;n w TT> "*n \TTTT ietr\ **«*v, . ttuiv \MLil JIiLIJlL'LI.^ Ol UK' CI O l .\ . W&M. OOU, WJtv (OU. WJti /DU. i A*-JTT! .^,^1 i_ • • •- ji . WLS 870, WLW 700, WMBI 1080. WKZO ! Aclvi.sed by me sailors thai 590, WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270, wow 590, | they were under order; to si>v wowo ii60, WSB 740, WTAM 1070,' nothin" sho su"-np<lrcl- WTTn infin WK-R7. iwi WTM.I nw .._ llli ". •>!(- &U l _,g(..iir U. CALL LETTERS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980, KFAB 770, KFI 640, ICMOX 1090, KOA 830, KYW 1020 WBBM 770, WCFL 970, WBAL WT1C 1060. WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 620. Or. the other hand, a confidant v.-ho i.- as clr.se U> the govern .n- as anyone in state office tod \y says he can see no indication of any need for a .special se.--.--ion before Jan. 1. One of the stumbling blocks in the way of a special session is that it would nrovide an occasion not only for additional appropriations for relief, but for demands for more money for this, that and the other thing. Ar.ci 'JH> Legislature has demon- stra:ed it..--e!f to be iv.t impcrvi- oii-. '.o sucii demands. Embargo Is Repealed by New Measure (I'antiniict! from Pam- 1) wl':'never the president found a state of war existed. The fhief executive used two ;:ens in .sinning the historic document. He gave one to Chairman Pittman iD-Nev) ot the sen;).';- foreign relations committee and the other to Chairm-'.n Bloom iD-Nyi of the house foreign affairs committee, who steered the legislation, to passage at a .special sessiorf which ended early Friday niglrt,' There was much laughter/in^ the president's office durinjf.the-i Local and Socii " ' ' ^"™™"^"MBI^— .1 VB^^.VH.MMBBMI Church Wedding Unites Cot (Contrnucfl from Page 2) i were white roses and baby chi, anthemums, tied into a shoS bouquet. Taffeta Gowns Miss Abraham, as maid of '. or, wore a floor-length gown pale rose taffeta, banded on , skirt with narrow velvet ribt and accented at the neckll with two small bows of ribl Her sandals matched her di and she wore a brief circular of rose net fastened to a corolW of fresh pink flowers. She <J£ ried a colonial bouquet of de red roses. Miss Rosenberg and Miss He kel, bridesmaids, were dressei' identical gowns of blue moire', feta with full skirts and shij bodices. Their sashes were ol versible pink and blue taf and their sandals were blue.' wore a circular veil of blue! with a coronet of small blue ; ers and carried a colonial quet of pink roses and chrysanthemums. The little flower girls, Dor, Ann and Joan, were dainti similar floor-length frocky taffeta. Joan wore pale bluj feta with pink stitching ruffle at the hemline an pink bows at the neckline old-fashioned poke bonn^ ol blue faced with pink slippers were pink. Dof frock was of pink accent^ blue and worn with a pir net faced in blue and bli pers. Each carried a sr., onial bouquet of pastel fS Satin Suit 7 Ellsworth Deitrich, tl bearer, was charming 1 of black satin worn witlj satin blouse, white so black shoes. He carried] on a heart-shaped white satin, edged wl| band of lace and decoj white shower ribbons. The men of the p$ dark business suits \ rosebuds as boutonnie Mrs. Deitrich chose daughter's wedding a{ dress of dark blue silK-filL _ .she wore blue accessories' match. Her flowers we're/res and baby chrysanthemums corsage bouquet. Mrs. Wei mother of the groom, chc black ensemble with bl^ck .-..orie.s. Her corsage v/as roses and baby chrysaijit Immediately folldj " ceremony a dinner the: bridal party at the bride. Pink streamer^ were . tion thruughou^, mums added. table was appointed v.. w , and ccnteret 'with tlie • white. wedding £akb and the second ! table waa appointed in pink and i blue a ad, centered with three dolls, dressed.in pink and blue to _... i f J _ ^ d her tw(j -Ja ;-•_ jjargB; imiite bell.s ^?s^Br~ aove each table. 125 Arc Received the evening, a recep- held at the home of the |,One hundred and twenty- gons were received. 'in the evening, Mr. and ,*elnerJ; left on a brief wed- ! tip through northern Wis- ; and Michigan. For trav- Irs. Weinert chose a beige lume suit and dubonnet . rtyeinert is a graduate of Iwaukee Girls' Trades and "*l high school and at- Milwaukee Vocational !.i Mr. Weinert, a graduate ngton high school, is em- dn the Pere Marquctte jfty Carferry lines. .'•ftnd Mrs. Weinert are at 16 to their friends at 715 lily street. persons who attended sdding were Mr. and Mrs. yre Weinert and Oscar rt of Scottville. strangers to fingerprint checks presented for cash. Capt. Ira A. Marmon, chief of detectives, said the pamphlets were -being sent to linanclal institutions and to trade organizations. . -., a-i'l The state police campaign to curtail forgeries is based on the argument that forgers usually will not submit to attaching their prints to fradulent checks, and that if they do, the print represents a "signed confession of guilt." The pamphlet declares the state police are convinced the public has "outgrown its old repugnance to fingerprinting" and will co-operate in the program. It points to the wide growth of civilian fingerprinting in recent years as evidence the public will not object. 1 # * #—r- Investigator at City Council 'fContinued from Pai;c 1) Engineer in connection, Ijthe waterworks project, . T E. J. Thompson was gj'lzed to execute a certifl- complction and accep- In a fonn approved by .ttorney Eugene Christof all work done on the tect. The certificate will be ___.'ered to the federal emer- |j81lcy administration of public 1 Trks. Extra Services extra legal services ren- led the city in connection , $43,000 the city Is borrow„ .or operating expenses for j remainder of the fiscal year, | l$3ity Attorney Christman was j ^rbted the sum of $300. '^ A bid submitted by Earl Ay res jJ0r Installation of a hot water tank at the waterworks pump- tag station was accepted unani- ; jnously. I '* A permit to operate a beauty I t>arlor was granted Mrs. Mary j Doran. Her place of business i will be at Tarr's barber shop, 419; South James street. I Urge Fingerprinting | of Strange Checks •LANSING, Nov. 4. _ <A'} — ' The state police today began the ' distribution of 2,000 pamphlets Designed to persuade banks and j * iiness houses to require FULL Responsibility Only by placing all your insurance business with one agency can you expect to hold it responsible for a proper program of insurance protection; for only through being fully acquainted with all your insurance problems can an agency keep your coverage up-to-date and protect you 100% against loss. This agency will gladly take full responsibility for your insurance needs and program. *r c; *l o< Standabu "refection ROHN INSURANCE AGENCY SECURITY - Since 1889 - SERVICE Second Flooi. N«lton«l Bjnk Building \LUDINGTON - MICHIGAN/** bride's i ' i Service and sermon—11 a. m. Topic: "For All the Saints." The canvass of the parish will begin immediately after the service. Evening prayer and sermon— 5 p. m. in St. James' church, Pentwater. (Time Is Eastern Standard) TONIGHT: Europe —WABC- i CBS 8:55; WEAF-NBC 11 ... I Talks — WABC-CBS —7:30, Dr.! m- |H. F. Ward of American league i I for peace and democracy re- I plying to Rep. Martin Dies. I WEAF-NBC—7 return of I What's my name; 8:30 Milt Berle gag quiz; 9 ArcFT Cyjoler play, new time; 10 Benny Goodman swing. WABC-CBS—7 People's plat- "It would be nice if your fam- ceremony, the president's . ilies in America got word especially being heard in -the, ouickly that you men are ail lobby of the executive- / offk!e,'S''' TONKJHT 7:0«amt / 9:00 30c an<f lOc form, "War's Farmers;" 8 Effect'on U. S. Gang busters; 9 Hit parade; 10:45 Sen. Gerald P. Nye on' neutrality. WJZ-NBC—7 Message of Israel; 8:30 Youth vs. age; 9 Barn dance; 10 Arturo Tosca- . • ,-Jl*'. JM5* ..-. ' '• TEMERATURE eather Forecast Lowrr Michifi.'in: Fair tonight and Sundny. Not so cold in fpiithwest :<nfl south central portions tonight. Warmer Sunday. MORE PROTECTION AND BEAl'TY— Is obtained when you use the J-!W siding over your present house siding. It isn't so expensive—let's talk it over. THE LljDINGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct Time Phone 99 "Out The Window It Will Go" No mat (or how much fuel you burn or how vigorously you nurse the furnace, a vast amount of heat will filter through windows and doors causing; discomfort and hitfh heating costs. Heat loss thrmitrh windows and doors is nearly as Kreaf as through walls and ceilings. Siorm sa«h will stop this loss. You'll be plea-ed as much at their inexpensiveness, their ease of insinuation and the substantial savings effected in your winter fuel bill. We anticipated the demand for storm sash and have complete stocks of it in our yard. Keep coir' and colds out and heat and health in this winter. A phone call will bring us out quicker than Jack Frost to give you an estimate. The Ludington Lumber Company t For Correct Time Phone 99" IT PAYS TO SPEND MONEY TO HAVE A QUIET HOME! SERVEL The Refrigerator you hear about—but never WHEW! NO MORE OF THIS FOR ME! 'March of Time and Universal News" SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY MORE Our home used to be so noisy that I couldn't even sleep, but things are different since we turned in our noisy old refrigerator on a new silent Gas Refrigerator. It operates with a tiny flame. »;•'.' Gas Corporation of Michigan THAN EVEK , Star-studded cast oi i hundreds! Enough ! music, song, laugh: ter and spectacle for a dozen shows! *""• VMS Dlmtid tjr Binty Iirtilqr Productd by Arthur Frud "Cartoon and Universal News" Matinee Sunday 25c and lOc—Nights 30c and lOc. PUSH your business if it pays you. If you NEED MONEY, remember: Making SAFE LOANS is our business Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank LUDINGTON STATE BANK MEMBER FEOtRflL'DEPOSIT. INSURfiNCECORR -nUD'NGTON.MICH.

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