The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 6, 1939 · Page 3
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Ludington, Michigan
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Monday, November 6, 1939
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MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1939. JTHE DAILY NEWS-IiUDINGTON, MICHIGAN, PAGEiTHREE NEWS BRIEFS 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. Commission to Meet—Ludington city commission will hold its regular meeting at the city hall at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Daughter Born—Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anes, North James street, announce the birth of a daughter at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. ' • • For Winter—Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hayford and son, Raymond, of Hamlin lake, left this morning for Clear Water, Fla., •where they will spend the winter. Extension Group—The second lesson of the Center Riverton Extension group, "Fashions in Bedspreads;" will be presented on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Martin Schwass. Improving — Word has been received that Dr. R. A. Davis, 105 South Lavinia street, who underwent major surgery at Butterworth hospital in Grand Rapids last week, is improving favorably. Visited—Gordon Parker has .returned to his studies at Cleary 'Business college at Ypsilanti after spending the week-end at thc home of his parents, Mr. .ind Mrs. Earl- Parker, of East Ludington avenue. To Florida—George J. Reiter, tforth Franklin street, arrived in St. Petersburg, Fla., recently to spend his 15th winter season in that city. Mr. Reiter's address is 5408 29th Avenue, South. C.D.A.—Court Ludington No: 745, Catholic Daughters Of America, will be entertained at a party on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Edward Holzbach, 405 East Foster street. Week-End—William Olson and friend, Miss Eileen Cornet, of White Cloud returned to their Wilt Continue Pinochle Series Ludington aerie No. 1354, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will sponsor a pinochle party for members of the aerie and their friends at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Eagles' hall. This party is another of the annual series of pinochle parties sponsored .by the Eagles. All members arid their friends are welcome to attend. A high prize for ladies and one for gentlemen will be offered. Johnson Services to Be Held Oct. 7 Funeral services for Albert Johnson, resident of Ludington for some time who passed away at his home at 304 North Rath avenue after a long illness, will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in Dorrell chapel, it was announced today. Rev. J. A. Landin will officiate at the services. Interment will be made Lakeview cemetery. at MARKETS AND FINANCE (Additional Markets on Page 6) NEW YORK STOCKS (1:30 P. M. Prices) Adams Express 9',4 Am Smelt & Bet 54 Am Tel & Tel 169 Am Wat Wks 12>i Arnconcla 33% Armour of 111 6% Auburn Auto 4'A Aviation Corporation 8% Borclcn 20- r !i, Calumet & Hecla 8V 2 Ches & Ohio 41% Chrysler 87 Colum G & El 7 Com'wlth South 1-Tu Curtiss Wright 12'i, Detroit Edison 125'/H Elcc P & L B'.'i General Elec 40',;! Gen Foods 44 Vi General Mot 54 \' A Hudson Mot 6% Int Harvest 62 y z Int Nick Can W/B Int Tel & Tel 4T 8 Kennecott Corp ;... 40 ', z Ligg & Myers B 99'' = Marshall Field 16% Masonite Corp 38 Us Montgomcy Ward 54>,' z Nash-Kelvinator 7',', homes in that city after spend- i star, was reported "a little bet- Red Cross Lists Immediate Needs Articles needed at once by the local Red Cross chapter to assist in its civilian relief work include a heating stove, a ladies' coat size 40 or 42, a warm man's j acket size 40 and a baby buggy. I "j;jo» corwac BB;,& "We need the stove worst of' Unlon Pacmc -- 1 all," said Mrs. Louis Fee, chairman of the civilian relief committee, "and we also have immediate and much-needed use for the other articles. Persons having such articles which they would be willing to donate are urged to communicate either with me or with Mrs. Schumacher, chapter executive secretary." Leslie Howard Is Hurt in Accident LONDON. Nov. 6.—W)—Leslie Howard, British stage and screen ing the week-end at the home of Mr. Olson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Olson, 702 North Rath avenue. To Muskegon—Mrs. James Cooper and son, Robert, 604 North Rowe street, left Sunday afternoon for Muskegon where Robert underwent surgery at Hackley hospital this morning. They were accompanied to Mus- kcpon by Mrs. Guy Brown. Return Saturday—Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Naperala, 501 lA East Filer street, returned Sat- te-r" today following a blackout automobile accident Saturday night in which his jaw was fractured, three front teeth broken and his forehead and chest injured. Howard was resting at his country home near Dorking, Surrey, where he was taken after treatment in Kingston county hospital. INVESTIGATE D.EATH National Biscuit 23 Vi Natl Power & Light 8'b New York Central 21 North American 22y a Packard 4''4 Penney (J C) 91 Phclps Dodge 41% Philips Pete 42?;, Pullman 36% Radio 0',' 2 Radio Kclth-Orp 1% Reo Motor 2% Republic Steel 26','4 Sears-Roebuck 85'/ a South Cal Edison 26 Standard Brands '... 6 Standard Gas <Sc El 27'a Standard Oil Cal 28 Standard Oil Ind 27HI Stund Oil N J 481'a Etudebakcr 9 Underwood El 49 Carbide 88'i , United Cor]) 2% U S Steel 741,2 Wabash 2 Yellow T & C 20% Stock Averages, Nov. 6 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Rails Utll Stocks Net change ... D.6 D,2 D.2 Totiiiy 74.0 22.0 39.8 Previous duy .. 74.0 22.2 40.0 Month ago 73.6 22.1 38.6 Year ago 77.6 22.2 37.0 1939 High 77,0 23.8 40.6 in:t9 Low 58.8 15.7 33.7 1938 High 79.5 23.5 37.8 1938 Low 49.2 12.1 24.9 Movement in Recent Years 1932 Low 17.5 8.7 23.Q 1!)23 High 146.9 153.9 184.3 l'J27 Low 51.6 95.3 61.8 D.4 52.3 52.7 51.8 53.4 53.9 41 54 33.7 16.9 157.7 61.8 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.) ATTENDED BY Saginaw Beans (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW. Mich., Nov. 6.—W'—Michigan Bi-an Shippers' Association Monday prices: Handplckcd pea beans, per ewt.. 2.70; hamlplckcd red kidneys, light, 3.90; dark. 3.90: handplckcd yelloweyes, 2.50; hantlpicked choice recleaned red cranberries, light, 2.50; dark, 2. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Eddy, Mrs. Ward Pratt and Mrs. John Legault returned F|rio\ay evening from Flint where they attended the State Council of Religious meetings opened Wednesday and continued throughout Thursday, closing Friday afternoon. In addition to the many excellent addresses and talks, as well as special features of the council, Mrs. Eddy speaks especially of the Council of Women held at this time. This inter-denominational and international movement is made up of Christian women combining for strength in bringing the church and religion back to the people of the world. Mrs. Eddy expressed the thought that it was the first time she had seen so many women in conference and in the pulpit in these religious conferences. Mrs. G. Harkness, outstanding worker in the council, was the speaker Thursday night at the Court street Methodist church in Flint. Her topic was "Unity in the Church." The conference was largely attended from the primary division to the adult, the attendance being the largest ever as•s sembled for such a conference. - William Genne and Miss Ernestine Postles, who attended the World Youth conference at Amsterdam last summer, spoke at this meeting. Mr. Genne spoke on "Amsterdam and the Chrisian Youth." Miss Postles, who is a cultured negro woman, Meeting Held by St. Helena Society The St. Helena society met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. E. O. Dumas, with Mrs. Patrick Murphy, president of the society, conducting the business session. Splendid reports were given from the chicken supper held recently. Following the work of the evening, the group played bingo, with Mrs. Jack. MacArthur winning the high score and Mrs, Charles Hiller the low. At the close of the evening the hostess served delicious refreshments. 4-H Sewing Group Organized Friday Amber Station girls met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jay Cooper for the purpose of organizing a 4-H sewing family. Martin Burg drove up for her Saturday. Extend Invitation to Hear School Band at Special Practice Anyone interested in hearing the school band will be welcomed to attend the practice at the schoolhouse Tuesday evening. At that time the band will hold a special practice for the concert they will give at St. Simon's school Wednesday afternoon. Band Mothers' club meeting will be held as usual on the second Tuesday of December. After that time the meeting will be changed so that the meeting will be called directly after the Mason County Health unit meeting, which is held on the last Friday of each month. This was done so that mothers attending both meetings, may have to spend only one afternoon. The Band Mothers' meeting will be called at 4 o'clock, while the Health unit meetings are called, at 2 o'\ clock. Mrs. Jack Keith is president of the organization and Mrs. Harry Barnett is secretary-treasurer and both women are giving a great deal of thought and effort to the work. group this winter. Helen Hubbell was elected j HASTINGS, Nov. 6, . urday after visiting a few days, Barry coun ty of fleers investigat- in Chicago, Villa Park, 111., and | cd todav the deat h of Cornelius Milwaukee. They returned via 11 verploegh. 55, whose body was PC re Marquette railroad car- j found behlnd t hc kitchen stove ferry. _ j o f ] : j s f arm home near Cressey To Grand Rapids—George O. Sa t U rday night, Kribs. Ludington WPA recrea- | Dr . Gordon Fisher, the coron- tional director, left for Grand \ cr p i annc d an inquest. Sheriff tupicis this morning to attend a nccting of regional supervisors. le was accompanied by Don Juinn, formerly of Ludington, A-ho is WPA recreational director at Clare. To Meet—William Salisbury camp No. 52, United Spanish War Veterans, and Anna Barbara Switzer auxiliary No. 25 will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday in the Community hall, Scott- villc. All members are asked to be present as installation of officers will be held. To Grand Rapids—Miss Virginia Dutch, Freshman student at St. Mary's College of Nursing, Grand Rapids, and houseguest, Miss Betty Good, also of Grand Rapids, returned" to their studies after spending . thc week-end in visiting at the ' home of Miss Dutch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dutch of North Rath avenue. Florida Visitors — Ludljigton persons who have already arrived in St. Petersburg, Fla., to spend the winter months are Robert Carlson of 122 Vj West Ludington avenue and Mrs. N. 4. Rundqulst and daughter, Miss Janet Ruhdquist, of 402 i'ast Foster street. Mrs. Rund- liiist and Miss Rundquist have aken an apartment at 731 Vi' eleventh street, North. Visit Here—Frank Albrecht, iccompanied by his aunt, Mrs. ^•ank Kovarik, both of Cicero, i ill., arrived Saturday afternoon I .it thc home of his brother-in- J law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. f George E. Wagner in West Riverton. They left early today Glenn Bera said that Richard C. Bingham. 26. son-in-law of Ver- pioegh, told him that the latter attacked him Saturday night and then slumped to the floor after a brief struggle. Miss Maxine R. Wagner, who attends college in Grand Rapids, also spent the week-end at the home of her Barents. Injured — Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Willis of California, who spent the 'summer months at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Willis, 402 North Rath avenue, will be sorry to learn that they suffered injuries in an automobile accident which occurred as they motored to their home in California two weeks ago. Friends may write to them at their address, 201 West Sixth street, Long Beach, Calif. Train Is Derailed, Five Are Injured SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Nov. 6. —(/T)—A nine-car Chicago to Boston express train was derailed today in a deep cut near the Westficld-Springfield line, injuring five persons, and bruising a dozen r.;hers. The injured were: Edard Endman, of Chicago, taken to Springfield hospital. Gustavo Callerman, 54, of Chicago, taken to Noble hospital, Westfield, with an injured thigh. Mrs. Mary Gallagher, 29, of Medford, Mass., and her son, Mark, three, both taken to Noble hospital. Extent of the injuries of Endman, Mrs. Gallagher and her son were not immediately determined, but they were not believed seriously hurt. BURNED IrTRRE spoke on "Amsterdam and My Church." Mason county and Ottawa counties are the only counties in the state with all obligations paid up The quota of $30 was paid some time ago and the personal gifts of $122 was also raised, making $152 raised by this county. I. J. Eddy is county president. Regional Meeting to Be Held Nov. 15 A regional meeting of the Council of Religious Education of the state will be held in various parts of the state during the month of November. The district which includes Mason county will meet at Traverse City on Wednesday, Nov. 15. with Dr. Oliver W. Butterfield as speaker. The topic to be discussed and on which Dr. Butterfield will lecture is "To set forth the opportunity of the church to president; Rita Kammers, vice president; Virginia Westin, secretary and Carolyn Hasse, treasurer. Leaders are Mrs. Jay Cooper and Mrs. Allison Moran, with Mrs. William Buffenbarger and Mrs. Richard Mortensen as advisory board. Other members of the club are Donna Carlson, Marietta Hasse, Rosella Chinnery and Clara Jane Cooper. There are four years represented with two girls in each of the four years work. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Moran with Helen Hubbell and Rita Kammers serving. Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Moran served t>opcorn at this meeting. Scottville Locals Mr. and Mrs. David Milne have returned to their home after spending several weeks visiting in Southern Michigan and Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barrett of Lansing were guests from Tuesday till Friday of Mrs. Barrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Stephens. Mr. Barrett was conducting work in agricultural lines about the county. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Matavich announce the birth Saturday, Nov. 4. of a daughter. Mother and babv arc doing well. Mrs. Roy Neilsen attended the Crystal Valley Ladies' Aid so- DATE IS CHANGED The Amber Station circle of the Amber Missionary society will meet on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8, at the home of Mrs. Chris Haahr.. The meeting, which had been called for Thursday, was changed to Wednesday because of " 4-H club banquet to be Thursday. the held Burgundy, a province in France, has snail farms where the famous French delicacy, escargots (snails) are grown. Some of the parent snails attain the age of 25. Infant snails, at most 2 years of age, are captured for consumption. STAR SCOTTVILLE Last Times Tonight help parents homes." to build better ciety held at the Howard Schwass home in Riverton Thursday. Mrs. William Wager left Sun- dav for Detroit where she will spend several months with her daughter, Mrs. Martin Burg and BATTLE CREEK, Nov. 6.— (fP) —Samuel Chandler, 90, wasj burned to death Sunday whenj flames consumed his cottage as he slept. Alice, his wife, 75, fled from the building but suffered i severe burns. Mrs. Chandler's daughter, Mrs. Mary Drake, was less seriously burned in a futile attempt to rescue her stepfather. CAV&E.... PAIN The Irritating affects of food passing through the stomach on exposed nerves, of ulcerated ear- faces frequently caoso burning, tearing or doll aching pains. Make This 25e No-Risk UdgaTeit Thousands praise UDG A. Try it for relief of nicer and stomach pains. 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