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TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1939. fTHE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE 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. To Meet—Hoboes will meet at camp No. 2 on Saturday evening. Each person is asked to bring a paper sack and a tin cup. Dorcas Meeting:—The Dorcas society of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet at 8:15 o'clock Wednesday hall. evening at'Luther Circle Meeting—Circle 1 of St. John's Lutheran church will meet at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mcissner, 724 East Filer street. Surgery —Miss Mildred Anderson, 207 North Harrison street, underwent major surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital on Monday evening. Sponsors' Club—The Music Sponsors' club will meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in Oriole hall. All members are requested to be present. Circle To Meet —The St. Rose circle of St. Simon's Catholic church will meet at 2:30 p. m. Thursday at the Otto Nelson, 315 street. Advisrtry Board home of Mrs. North Robert — The Advis- 7:30 the are ory 'board of the Junior Town- .send club will meet at o'clock this evening at Moose lodge. All members a-sked to be present. Dance — All interested persons are reminded of the dancing party, sponsored by the Lud- club, at 8 Word has been received by Mrs. Louis Pehrson, 701 1 / 2 South Washington avenue, of the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mildred Peterson, of New York City. Mrs. Peterson, a former resident of Ludington, passed away on Nov. 8 following an illness of two years' duration. Mrs. Peterson, nee Mildred Ann Buckley, was born in Minneapolis, Minn., 1895. She was on May married 26, in 'August, 1923, to the late Nels Peterson, who preceded her in death three years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson were former residents of Ludington and were frequent visitors in the city after moving away, some years ago. Mrs. Peterson has a host of local friends who mourn her passing. Surviving are two brothers, Allan Buckley of Bloomfield, N. J., and Leo of Toledo, O., and three sisters, Margaret and Florence, both of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Jack Zehren of Breckenridge, Minn. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Nov. 11, at the home of her brother, Allan Buckley, at Bloomfield, N. J. ington Junior Townsend at the Moose ballroom o'clock this evening. is welcome to attend. Meeting —The regular meeting of Washington camp No. 542, Royal Neighbors of America, will be held at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at I. O. O. F. hall. A social hour will follow the meeting. To Meet—Circle 2 of St. John's Lutheran church will meet on! Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the I home of Mrs. Jaseph Gadziemski.i 508 Second street. Members are reminded to bring articles for white elephant sale. Auxiliary Meets at H. Grinnell Home FREESOIL.—The ladies' auxiliary of the Freesoil Latter .Day Saint church spent a Everyone | pleasant afternoon Thursday, Nov. 9, at the homo of Mrs. Henry Grinnell in the study of the lesson on "The Practice of Fellowship." Mrs. Clifford Tubbs led the discussion. Mrs. J. E. Bennett opened the meeting with prayer and presided during the business Mrs. Grinnell, assisted by Mrs. J. E. Bennett, ad Mrs. served a deli- to Mesdames Laurence Hill, clous luncheon a | Harry McUmber of Carr Settle- i ment, Fred Reek of Fountain, Tournament — The third! and William Hagstrom, J. E. name of the pinochle tourna- I Bennett, Alice ment between Washington camp No. 542, Royal Neighbors of America, and the Ladies' Ar- Tubbs, Clifford Hagstrom, Nora Martin, Cole, Arthur Tubbs, Celia Blackj Selina Fay LaGuire, Hazen bt'iter .society will be played at'Howard, Laurence Hill and 2:15 p. m. Wednesday in I.O.O.F. i daughter, Lorraine; William hall. i Tucker, Earl Edwards and KcRcnt—Mrs. Jeannette Hey-1 daughter and Mrs. Grinnell. .sett will serve as regent of the Tne auxiliary will meet with LiidiiiRton chapter of Daughters! Mrs - William Tucker Thursday ol the American Revolution in' afternoon. Dec. 7, with Mrs. the absence of Mrs. George B.! Earl Edwards, assistant hostess. Knapy, regent, who is visiting at' the home of her son at New York City, it was announced today. To St. Ixmis—Mr. and Mrs. J.. j A. McFarland of North James! street left on Monday for St. j Louis, Mo., whpre they will j make their home. Mr. and Mrs. ] McFarland are returning toi their home at St. Louis after ' Group Has 2nd Lesson having made their home in Ludington for five years. Holy Hour —All members of Pcrc Marquette council No. SOUTH RTVERTON. — South Riverton Extension club held an all-day meeting Nov. 8, with a potluck dinner, at the home of Mrs. Ed. Magnusson for its second lesson of the season. A review of the previous lesson on "Color in Home Decoration" was given by Mrs. Arthur 1492 Knights of Columbus, are iMonton. The lesson reminded to attend the Holy Hour to be held at St. Simon's Catholic church at 7:30 o'clock this evening. This service Is in line with the K. of C. national prayer for peace program. Announce Birth — Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rcene of Ciister announce the birth of a daughter, at home, on Nov. 10. The baby weighed eight and one- on "Fashions In Bedspreads" was presented by Mrs. Holgar Hansen, with Instructions for the making of candlewick bedspreads. Colored pictures of various rooms are to be brought that I would be suitable for notebooks. The next meeting will be held at the' home of Mrs. Albert Kase Dec. 8. It was planned to have a tree with the exchange of gifts and a potluck dinner. Those present were Mes- clamcs George Wyant, Vernor Wyant, Holgar Hansen, Guy Bh-dsall, William Lingren C Norgaard, Albert Kase, Arthur Monton, Stanley Elmer Hegstrom. was a guest. half pounds at birth and has been named Jewel Arbolla. Mrs. Chris Guberg of Ludington is caring for the mother and infant. He turned Home—Mr, and Mrs. Donald Altschwager, <i!4 East Ludington avenue, returned to their home on Monday evening after .spending a week in Greensburg, Incl., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert ochoenherr, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Allsehwager. While away, they also .spent some time in Indianapolis. Supper—A Harvest supper will be served at the Bethlehem Lutheran church hall in North Riverton on Wednesday evening, Nov. 15, from 5 until 7 o'clock. The menu includes fried chicken, noodles, mashed potatoes and pruvy, baked beans, cscallopcd corn, cabbage salad, pickles, applesauce, rolls, pumpkin and apple pie, coffee and cream. Society—The Woman's Missionary society of First Meth- their new home, oclist church will meet on Wednesday afternoon at the home Spence and Jean Wyant 2 Are Hostesses at Surprise Shower FOUNTAIN.—The Misses Elnora Manske and Lillian Wahr were hostesses at a jolly surprise shower on Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCormick, who were recently married. The party was held at the McCormick home in the Mills district Thursday evening, Nov 9 . A lovely potluck lunch served at a late hour and ..... and Mrs. McCormick were presented with a collective gift for Mrs. C. Mavis Is Hostess to Group LINCOLN RIVER.—The Lincoln River Extension club met Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the home of Mrs. Clarence Mavis for an all-day meeting. A potluck dinner was enjoyed at noon. The study of buying and making bedspreads proved interesting to the members. The following officers were elected for the year: Chairman, Mrs. Loyal Bagley; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Earl Keith; leaders, Mrs. Julius Eschels and Mrs. Clarence Mavis. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Earl Keith, Dec. 13. Mrs. S. Rudnicki Feted at Shower JONES (AMBER) SCHOOL.— Mrs. Nels Knudsen entertained at her home Tuesday, Nov. 7, for Mrs. Stanley Rudnicki, a recent bride. The afternoon was spent in visiting after which a delicious lunch was served. The honor guest was presented with a collective gift from the group. (Those present were Mesdames Roy Chilberg, George Chilberg;, Harold Hansen, Percy Gordon, Glaus Chilberg, Charles Hansen, Ben Thompson, Walter Serba, Nels Chilberg, Walter Gowan, the honor guest, Mrs. Rudnicki and the hostess, Mrs. Nels Knudsen. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thompson and daughter, Virginia, spent several days in Grand Rapids recently where Virginia had her tonsils removed at the Blodgett hospital. LaVonne Hansen Hostess to Club FOUNTAIN — Miss LaVonne Hansen was hostess to the Pinochle club Thursday evening Nov. 9. Three tables were played Miss Evelyn Rasmussen received high prize and Miss Catharine Wilson second prize. Others present were Mrs. Marshall Seitz, Mrs. Maybel Smith and the Misses Irene JanKoviak, Laurene Hansen, Virginia Fields and Marie Frey. An elaborate lunch was served by the hostess and a social time was enjoyed during the lunch hour. Mrs. Marshall Seitz will entertain the club Friday night, Nov. 17. bologna bulls, 6.50-7.50; milkers and springers, 50-75. Calves—Receipts 600; market steady; beat calves, 12; few selects, 12.50; fair to good. 10.50-11.50; seconds, 8-10; culls and common, 4-8. Slitep and lambs—Receipts 4,000; market steady with Monday's close. Best lambs, 9.25; skips, 4-6; best handyweight sheep, 4-4.50; heavy Tnt sheep, 2.50-3; seconds, 8-.25; culls and common, 1-2.50. Hogs—Receipts 1,800; market prospects steady. Previous, 6.35 for 200-220 Ita. hogs downward to 5.25 for roughs. Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 14.—(XP)—(Unit- ed States Department of Agriculture.)— Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. baskets U. S. No. 1, 2',i In. min. Winter Ban- nnns, .50; Delicious, .75-1.25; R. I. Green- ings, .50-.85; Jonathans, .75-.8S; Mcln- tosh, .90-1.15; Spys, .75-1.25; Wageners, .•50-.50; Hubbardstons, .60-.75; 2\\ in. min. Delicious, .7S-.85; Grimes, .50; Jonathans, .50-.75; Snows, .50-.65. Onions—50 Ita. sacks U. S. No. 1: Mich, yellows, .50-.60. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1:', Ida. Russet Burbanks, 2.05-2.25; Mich. | Russet Rurals, 1.25-1.40; Chlppewas, 1.45; washed, 1.60; Green Mts., 1.35; Maine Chlppewas, 2.10-2.15; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs, 2.30-2.35. Celery—Calif. Mich, bunches dozens, .25-.40. Local and Social Detroit Poultry (Quotations In Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 14.—WP)— Poultry- Market unsettled. Hens, 5 Ibs. up, 15; medium young hens, 12; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 11; cocks, 10; leghorn cocks, 8; Rock springers, 15; colored springers, 13; leghorn springers, 12; hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. up, 20; torn turkeys, 15 Ibs. up, 17; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 13; geese, 13- rabbits, 9. Mrs. Gavan Is Arbeiter Hostess Members of the Ladies' Arbeiter society were entertained recently at the home of Mrs. John Gavan, 607 East Danaher street. Mrs. Louis Quast acted as co- hostess upon this occasion. After a brief business meeting, five tables of pinochle were played. Mrs. Sarah Kupper was winner of the high prize and Mrs. John Miller, second. At the close ot the afternoon, refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held on Nov. 29, at the home of Mrs. Erwin Fulker, 708 East Danaher street. .* * *_ Detroit Dairy (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 14.— (IP)— Butter—Best creamery n tubs, 27' / ' 2 -29 1 ,i. Eggs—Current receipts, 22; dirties, 16; checks, 15. Saginaw Beans (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW, Mich., Nov. 14.—(/P)—Michigan Bean Shippers' Association Tuesday prices: Handplcked pea beans, per cwt. 2.55; hanclplcked red kidneys, light, 3.90; dark, 3.90; handplckcd yel- loweyes, 2.50; handplcked cTiolce re- cleaned cranberries, light, 2.40; dark, 1.90. Chicago Potatoes (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO, 111.. Nov. 14.— (H')—( United States Department of Agriculture.)— Potatoes—Receipts 85, on track 446, total U. S. shipments 469; market, Idaho Russets and Nebraska Bliss Triumphs vcak, Northern, all varieties best, about steady; supplies heavy, demand slow; sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1. few sales, 1.70-.80; mostly, 1.75; U. S. No. 2. 1.27',i; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs, 85 to 9" percent U. S.•No..1, burlap and cotton sacks unwashed, 1.55; Minnesota Red River Valley section Cobblers 90 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.10; Blirs Triumphs, 90 percent or better U. S. No. 1, few sales, 1.25-.27'->; Early Chios, 90 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.15; Wisconsin Cobblers, U. S. No. 1, line quality large, 1.40. Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 14.—(/I 1 )—Butter—Receipts 687.790; market firmer: creamery- 93 score, 30',:,-31; 92, 30; 91, 29; 90, 27%; 89, 26^4; 88, 26;' 90 centralized carlots, 2?3,i-28. Esgs—Receipts 4,417; market steady: current receipts, 22; refrigerator extras, IP'.i; standards, 18; firsts, 17'/4; other prices unchanged. Chicago Poultry (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO. Nov. 14.—(/)')—Poultry- Receipts live, 37 trucks; market steady to firm; ducks. 4',-> Ibs. up white, 13; geese, over 12 Ibs., 12: 12 Ibs. and down, 14; turkeys, toms, old, 15; young, 17; hens, 21; other prices unchanged. was Mr. MARKETS AND FINANCE NKW YORK STOCKS (1:30 T. M. Prices) Adiims Express 87' H Am Cnn Ill','4 Am Smelt & Ref 51 ','4 Am Tel & Tel 1685 /u Am Wnt Wks 12iJ; Annconda 32',8 Armour of 111 6 Aviation Corporation 8 Borden 31 \\ OiUumrt <fc Hecln S'/n dies & Ohio 40','; Chrysler 877'a Colum G & El 6 3 i Com'wlth South 1% Curtiss Wright ll'/u Detroit Edison ..123V 3 Elect F * L T>/ e General Elcc 3% Gen Fowls 44'.'i General Mot 56'/ 8 Hudson Mot G 3 ,^ Int Harvest 5','n Int Nick Cnn 40'/4 Int Tel & Tel 4 3 , 4 j Kennecott Corp 39% Ligg & Myers B 14 \'* Marshall Field 16 Montgomery Ward 543,4 Motor Wheel 17 NiiHh Kclvlnator 7'.' B National Biscuit ...'. 23 Natl Power & Light 8 5 i, New York Central '. 20U North American 22 3 !i Packard 3T' a Penney (JC) 90'/4 Phclps Dodge 41 Philips Pete 41',-f Pullman 36 Radio 6 Rndlo Kclth-Orp 1% Hco Motor 2>/4 Republic Steel 23% Sears-Roebuck 82 Va South Cal Edison 26 3 4 Standard Brands 5% Standard Gas & Elec 2 5 ,i, Standard Oil Cal 263'u Standard Oil Ind 27 Standard Oil N J 471(. Studerjakcr 0i jj Underwood lf.1 45 ','4 Union Carbide 87'i Union Pacific 100</> United Corp 2% U S Steel TO';, Yellow T & C 19','a Stock Averages, Nov. 14 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Rails Utll Stocks of Mrs. Chester Lynch, 706 East Loomis street. The meeting will begin promptly at 1:30 o'clock with a dessert-luncheon, followed by a thank offering for home missions. Each member is asked to bring a gift for Campbell settlement. Returned Home—Mrs. Nora B. Hayes has returned to her home on South Staffon street after spending a few days in East LaYising where she visited her son, Melville Hayes, a student at Michigan State college. Mrs. Hayes and Mr. Hayes were the guests on Nov. 0 at a dinner, given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Scholl in Lansing on the occasion of Mr. birthday anniversary Hayes' Guests — Mrs. Marguerite Taylor and two sons, Franklin and Jackie, and Mr. Pierce, all of Detroit, were week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Frank Sullivan of 402 North James street. Other week-end guests at the Sullivan home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howe and daughter, Betty, also of Detroit. James Sullwan, son of Mrs. Sullivan, Rosco Brandt, who has been a patient at the Paulina Stearns hospital in Ludington for the past 10 days, was brought to his home Sunday. Mr. Brandt is recovering nicely from an operation for appendicitis Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller visited friends in Scottville Saturday. Friends of Mrs. Charles Merrill are sorry to hear of her serious illness. The Merrill family were residents of Sherman for many years before their removal to Baldwin where they now reside. returned with them to spend two weeks in Detroit. Return Home —Out-of-town persons who attended funeral services for Rudolph Brefin, held on Thursday, were Mr. and Mrs. John Geil of Milwaukee, who returned to their home on Sunday; Will Geil, George t>uane and Mrs. J. S. Tyson, all of Detroit, who returned to their homes on Friday, and Mrs. H. O. Palmer of Windsor, Canada. Mrs. George Duane will visit in Ludington until Wednesday. , t Net change ... A.7 Today 73.1 Previous day Month ago . Year ago ... 1939 High .. 1939 High .. 1938 High .. 1938 Low 72.4 78.0 77.3 77.0 58.8 79.5 49.2 A.2 21.4 21.2 23.4 22.2 23.8 15.7 23.5 12.1 A.I 39.6 39.5 39.6 36.8 40.6 33.7 37.8 24.9 Movement in Recent Years 1932 Low 17.5 8.7 23.9 1929 High 146.9 153.9 184.3 1927 Low 51.6 95.3 61.8 A.4 51.6 51.2 53.6 '53.1 53.9 41.6 54.7 33.7 16.9 157.7 61.8 THE WIARK.ETS LOCAL, MARKETS Light red kidney beans $3.90 Dark red kidney beans $3.90 Diirk cranberry benns $1.90 Light cranberry beans $2.40 White pea beans $2.60 Yelloweye beans $2.50 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9o Heavy hens 12c Plymouth Rock springers. under 4 Itas 12o Colored springers, 4 Ibs. and up Ida Grain Shelled corn, bu 56o Oats, bu 35o Wheat, bu 75o Produce Eggs 28c Bides Beef, Ib 60 Horse, per hide $3.50 Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Nov, 14.—(/P)—Cattle—Receipts 900; market steady; good to choice yearlings, 9.75-10.75; fair to good yearlings, 8.SO-9.50; good to choice heavy steers, 9.50-10.50; fair to good heavy steers, 8,50-9.50; common butcher cattle, 5-0; cannei- and cutter COWH, 3.25-4.50; best butcher bulls, 0.75-7.25; best heavy DON'T KEiP Sniffling and SNiEIING! ..without doing anything about it Put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol up >. each nostril right away. Feel it go to- • work. Notice how it relieves irritation and stuffiness of a cold. This treatment is successful because Vatro-nol is active medication—containing several essential relief-giving agents plus ephedrine—and is expressly designed for nose and upper throat. And what's more, when used in time, Va-tro-nol helps to keep colds from developing. WAKE UP YOUR NOSI L— VWKS —' VA-TRO-NOL 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 THEM3 ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bills LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis Street Groceries-Meats-Beer Domestic and Imported Wines Open Evenings & Holidays SERV-U-WELL GROCERY W. Ludlugtoii Ave. Phone 593 LINE-UP WITH BEAR We Call For and Deliver Your Car THE BEAR SHOP 604 E. Dowland Phone 227 Irene Witte Bride of Robert L. Baker (Contnuicd from Page 2) the suit. She also wore a three- strand string of pearls, the gift of the groom and her corsage was of roses and white orchid lilies. The bridesmaid. Miss Alberta Baker, sister of the groom, was dressed in an ensemble of moss green wool trimmed with brown fur. With this she chose a bustle hat to harmonize with her costume and wore gloves and slippers of brown. Miss Baker's corsage was of white and bronze chrysanthemums. Carl Witte, brother of the bride, attended the groom as best man and both were attired in dark business suits with boutonnieres of white carnations. Following the ceremony a wed- ding dinner was served at 1 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents to near relatives. A feature of the dinner was a three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. , Guests at Dinner •Guests at the dinner were the bridal party, Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Miss Baker and Mr. Witte; the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witte and her sister, Elsie Jeane Witte; the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baker and his sister, Miss Mary Jo Baker, Mrs. Wilcox and daughter, Veletta and Jack Hudson, all of Battle Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Dewyer of Ludington and Mrs. Carl Witte ahd son, Robert and Miss Teressa Brye of West Riverton. The bride and groom left early in the afternoon for a brief wedding trip to the eastern part of the state after which they will be at home to their friends in Marshall, Mich. Mrs. Baker is a graduate of the class of 1937 of St. Simon's high school of Ludington and employed at the Schlotter Beauty Shoppe at Marshall where she will continue her work. Mr, Baker is an employe of the Stark Service company of Battle Creek. Study Topic to Be Book of Matthew After an absence of two weeks, Rev. R. E. Omark, pastor of Washing ion Avenue Baptist church, will return to the pulpit on Wednesday evening to conduct the regular mid-week ,prayer , service and Bible study hour. IThe Book of Matthew is the general subject for this study with special emphasis being given to Matthew's presentation of Jesus of Nazareth as the promised Messiah of. the nation of Israel. The topic for consideration this week is "The Messiah's Messenger." A cordial invitation is extended to all interested persons to attend this service. The study hour will open at 7:45 p. m. and is held in the basement of the church. Re-organization of city plans with due regard for traffic move-*- ment and provision of off-street parking facilities could be financed out of savings, students of the subject believe. 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