The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 9, 1939 · Page 8
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d .Meeting Held at Manistee THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1939. RIVERTON. — Mem- of Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran church who motored to Manistee Sunday afternoon, ^ HoY. 6, and enjoyed the laymen meeting held at Trinity Evan- gfiUcal Lutheran church, of which Rev. J. H. Todt is pastor, included: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Center, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stovesand, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Benz, Mr. ' and Mrs. Robert Bedker and daughter, Miss Nellie Mae; Mr. and Mrs. Ous VonOlahn and family, William Pleiness, Fred Mavis Carl Thurow, Carl Rahn, John J. Pleiness and John Shode. The afternoon service began at 3 o'clock and lasted until 5 o'clock when supper was served in the: school basement by the Ladies' Aid society. The evening service, beginning at 7 and last- Ing Until 8:30, was greatly en- Joyed by everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stove- sand entertained at supper Sunday, Oct. 29, complimenting their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Claud Hanks of Milwaukee. Guests other than the honoree, Mrs. Hanks v were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gerfber, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanks and Edward Hanks. Mrs. William Paasch of Ludington was a recent all week guest of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stovesand. Mr. and Mrs. William Thurow and Mr- and Mrs. Jacob Kief and daughter, Miss Beatrice, visited Sunday, Nov. 5, at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augr ust Ohse of. . Weldon Creek: Friends are. glad to learn that Mr. Ohse is recovering from his serious illness- Name Committees to Prepare Supper NORTH RIVERTON. —'Committees to care for the harvest chicken supper to be sponsored by the Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies' Aid society Wednesday, Nov. 15, at parish hall; include: Mrs. Otto Rahn, distributor of supper tickets and treasurer of proceeds; Mrs. Norman Gerbers, Mrs. Frank Loppenthein and Mrs. Fred Mavis, supper menu;, Mrs. Ella Paap, chairman of the dining room and Mrs. Robert Bedker, chairman of the kitchen, each to. select their own helpers. Mrs. Charles .Stovesand will make the coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rupnow and sons, Howard and Marvin, of Custer route, arid Mr. and Mrs. Reinold Thurow visited Sunday afternoon, Nov. 5, with Mrs. William Pleiness and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gerbers. Friends are glad to hear that Mrs. Jesse Houk is improving. Mrs. Houk, who has been seri- ouslyMU at Paulina Stearns hospital, is convalescing at the home of her daughter at Ludington. Mrs. Claud Hanks of Milwaukee, who has been assisting in caring for her. mother, Mrs. Houk, over the past three weeks, returned to her home Sunday, Nov. 5, via carferry. Pelton School All-Day Services All-day services will be held Sunday at Long Lake Brethren church. •. Sunday school at 10 a. m. will -be followed by services conducted by Rev. H. Helman of Onekama. A basket dinner at noon presedes Rev. E. Shulls' sermon : and a short program. This special Sunday service was planned in honor of Rev. Helman, who will leave Wednesday for North Manchester for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beyer and family motored to Bear Lake Sunday, Nov. 5,. where they helped celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Walter Kaiser. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs., Fred Berndt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berndt and son, Carl Jr., of Lincoln River and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Soneral and children, Bob, Barbara and Lois of Ludington. Callers were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steffens, Karl Steffens, John Deising and son, August Deis- Ing, of Holland and Henry Burchard of Onekama. Herbert Beyer is now employed in Scottville at the Western Auto and Tire store Mesdames Paul . Volkman and Perry Ketcham. of Manistee visited at the Ralph Crawford and Mrs. Bertha Baxter homes on Monday. Mrs. Ketcham will accompany her sister, Mrs. . 'Ralph Crawford, to a Hospital Tuesday for an oper- 'ation,,,, for^Lake School Notes R. Johnson recently organized a 4-H club in Ford Lake school. It has been named "The Happy »ustlers! l ,and Tfae officers elected are; President, John Sav- vice president, Florence iskl: secretary, Rose —„,„•; treasurer, Walter Bee- le*ders,~LucjUie Budzynski f 0r — and Mrs. Ralph Baushke idloraft; executive board, •try Sterling, .Mrs. John :ki, Mrs. Ronald Brunke, iert Beebe and Mrs. Suhi »«, . o te are 10 children enrolled School. Vincent Savickas Imy beginner. Colleen .^, A from Detroit is a new grade student. Seventh and Eighth ^ gathering leaves, «icl putting (hem '- for science. Fourth grades i Notebooks, (Ira nests has been for a museum. The lunch project started. The school has been wired and an electric plate has been purchased. The school received radio from the $15 the earned during the Harvest festival. The Ford Lake band played at the hard time party given by the Fountain Grange at er association meeting, Nov. 10. The children have an appointment with the dentist for Thurs- Baren of Johnson Muskegon and Mrs. A. of Tallman. 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