WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN The Payoff In Football Is Touchdowns... In Want Ads Its Results 1 PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line (or consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines J .81 f .72 One tiny, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time Insertion rate; no nd taken for less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first Insertion cash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the nd appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space Is the I same as * !'•»« of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank NOrdinc, 810 E. Ludington Avc. Personals 7 Good Things to Eat 57 CLOVER HONKY—7c a Ib. Also buckwheat honey, llrlng containers. A. R. Kirkman, 2 ml. S>, 2'/, mi. K. Scott- villc. niCESSED TURKEYS—For sale. Clarence Collins, R. 5, Ltidington. 1".'. mi. E. Case's Corner. GET YOUK—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Stnrks, Red & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies. Winter Ilannnas and Baldwins. John M. A. llansen. J£ nil. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ludington. Household Goods 59 KKimoOM SUITE—Large 1-picce, two- tone, beautiful finished striped walnut with different type vanity, at a bargain. Obel's Furniture Co., Dowland St. LADY—Wishes to Join party going to Florid.i. Sliate expanses. References exchanged. Tel. 'i:i-W. OLD ANIi DISABLED HORSES—Wanted. "Hank" IV'lawski. Excella Mink Farm. I'htme 23-F-3. Route 2, Ludington. NOTIC'K—Will persons who have borrowed cINhrs from First Methodist eliureli. please return them to church, or rail Mrs. 'lower. Phone 853. Strayed, iMSt, Found 10 DAVENPORT AND CHAIR—Chest of drawers, dining room table, library table, bullet, sewing machine, 100 11). ice box, 4-biiincr gas stove, Speed Queen washer like new, 6 ft. step ladder, also other articles for sale. Ail in good condition. Inq. 602 Seventh St. FOR THE FIRST TIME—Practical and effective forced heal circulation with oil hcat-rs is provided in the new Duo-Therm with Power-Air blower. II. SMEDBEIU; & SON, CUSTER. GOOD USED COOK STOVES—And heaters. BOB'S FURNITURE STORE, 501 K. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. STUDIO COUCHES—IHgh quality innerspring construction. Special at $27.50. W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. THERE MUST BE—A reason why thi ESTATE OIL IIEATROLA is leading i the market, in sales. Find out before you buy. There are plenty of reasons. Set- these marvelous stoves at W. E HEADER & CO.. in CUSTER. I'SEI) RECONDITIONED WASHERS—. yo ., „,... Speed Queen, Mayl-ag, Norge. Ward- t ..,., cl . , ,.,,., way, Easy. $17.51) and up. Grotcmal's ! ','., « s „„( "s Wife Savimr Sl.-itinn lIl.MOllilh Wife Saving Station. Farm Equipment Gl lOt'NI)—I!I.irk \' tan maie hound, across Hamlln lake. Owner may huve same by calling & paying for ad. Oliver Beaiine, R. 5. I ot'M)—speckled white & brown hunt- ill); rids, .ilimit a week ago. Resembles | fox hound. Owner can have by pay- ! lite for -iel and keep. Bet-he's Station, Saulile. Michigan. i I'M! SHEEP—Strayed to my enclosure.] Owner may have by paying costs. Gor- J ilnii Ait/.'5 mi. S., I 1 ', mi. E.. '.i ml. N. of Sciiltville. jfr,Take OtLYouruHat v? ffrt\ —~—'To Tt1 ^ <j;\ wl 1 (NrVE ORf 'S> S& PUMPS WATtR SYSTtMS -HAYTOOLS-DOOn HANOEBS H. SMKDBERO A SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores 64 M'EOAI,—Buy one can N'U-ENAMEL Spar Varnish—get second, same si/f can. FREE. Grotemat's Wife Saving Station. Wanted—To Buy 6G Itl'i;—Axminster, lust on t'S-31 between Vandcnlr nvcl's Corners. 2'-^ ml. W. of Seotl\llle .ind Srotlville. Reward. Abe ( h.ulwlrk. scoltvllle. Automotive ^~ fc ^v - »x^^*^j^-^j^Mi^vx^<^.xvy-^^» Oarages—Autos for Hire 14 CALF WANTED—Also green and dry I wood for sale. Kenneth Kibhey. Phone i ia-F-12, R. 3. Liitllngton. ' NOTICE—We pay the highest prices for i beans. BRODY' BROS. Tel. 510. 'TUNABLE PIANO—wanted as a girt or for low price for use in basement of First Methodist church. Phone 'I34. POPEYE Registered U. 9. Patent Office POPEVE, I FEAR VOU WERE TOO BLUKJT WWEK) VOU ADDRESSED THE PEOPLE OKAVDR. BUGGE I ABDICAKE.VOU KIKI TALK TO'EM MV FRIENDS, AT THE ) OUTSET \ FEEL I SHOULD INFORM VOU I AM A WEATHER- *' M AM , I MAKE'*"" JUST RECEIVED! :ONbKATULAl IONS S»O. VOUR LITTLE CHAT PRODUCED Ladies' Felt House Slippers LEATHER FORECASTS Blue, Grey, Brown and Wine PENNEY'S BLONDIE Registered 11. S. Patent Office Official Proceedings November 10. 19. r !!) COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS SpccUil meeting of the Bourd of Com- ir.isKloners held at the City Hall, Lud- Michigan, on Friday the 10th clay of November, 1939, lit 7:30 o'clock FELIX THE CAT Registered U. S. Patent Office fJAH Mil'. AT 210 S. JAMF.S ST.—Service nn nil ears. Guaranteed work. Kay GiinhcrE * Henry Genia, Mechanics. Repairing—Service Stations 16 Rooms and Board Rooms with Board I P. M. i Present His Honor the Mayor, City I Attorney. Chief of Police. Commission! crs Bi-rtnim. Schniock. Marks, Haller, ' Nelson. Absent, Pell, Johnson. CAM, FOR SPKC1AI. MICKTINC! Ludliifjton. Michigan, November 10, 1939. Dean Thompson, City Clerk, You nrc hereby requested to cnll i\ llni: of the Board of Com- of the City of Ludington, Mlehlp'iin, on Friday the inth day of November. 1939, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., for the conslcli ration of the following business, waterworks Improvement anel nny either business which may come before the meeting. Moved by Haller and supported by Murks that the. contract to install fixtures in the toilet room at the Waterworks Building be nwnrdcel to the Lud- InKton Plumbing Co. at their bid price work to be done In a workmanlike manner as outlined In their bid. Boll cull, yeas five. Bertram, Schmock. Marks, Hiillrr. Nelson. Nays none. Carried. Moved by Bertram anel supported by Sehmock that the contract l>^ awarded to Oscar Nelson U) build a rest room as outllnid in his bid of $(10.00. Roll call, yens live. Bertram. Hchmock. Marks, I Haller. Johnson. Nays none. Carried. Moved by Marks anel supported by ] Nelson that the Light & Water Com- I mitlce be authorised to have the cyl- j ! Inders covered at a price not to ex- | ceed $311.00. Carried. FIRST WARD COMMISSIONER i Hl.s Honor appolntcel Arthur Wilson I Sr.. as Commission.•!• of the First Warel I In 111! varane-y for the uncxplred term, j I Mi.v.ei by Haller ami supported by Bertram thai the appointment be con- j Urni' el. Carried. Moved by Haller and supported by .Marks to adjourn. Carried. DEAN THOMPSON. City Clerk. 67 IIOAI) SKUVH'K—Day 01 nit-lit service phone 692. Betk.l <!araKC, 1102 S. Madison. Tel. S60. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 FARMERK ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. IMione collect. Prompt service. MUSKKUON KKNUEIUNG CO. Tel. firottvillc, 129-F-ll. MOW ARK VOl'K EYKS—If they bollu-r, let us show how perfecf fillinc classes lii-lp. Cliinnery, Sriitlville. MAINSIMllNi;S—Any wateh $1. Wall-lies cleaned, adjusted, rrRiilalnt. crystals lille.l in any walcli. Hamilton's. 225 S. .lames SI, Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 Ml'N'S sl'ITS—Dry cleaned and pressed; plain ilresses. Site. l.udiiiRton Dry Cleaners. James and Foster Sts. 01 N. WII.MAM—Healed room for lady. Cooking privileges if desired. ToJLJSSZ. Rooms without Board 68 30!) N. .1,\MK.S ST.—Warm, pleasant, bedroom, elnse-ln. Outside entrance. 1st floor. Tel. 56-l-M before noon or after 6. PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION STATF. OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Ma.son. - Itt jthc • Matter? ;-.- of - -. the - Estates of THOMAS J. DAY. ELIZABETH LeLANN, MARTIN EKWALL. JOSEPHINE GAMBLE, HOMEL SHIRT CO.. M. M. MORRIS. CARL SWANSON, MRS. B. S. THATCHER. FRED McCORMICK, E. P. McLEAN. MARGUERITE WALLER, FRANK DOMINSKI. JOHN A. CAMPPELL, LOUIS SANDERS, KATHRYN DAHRINC.ER. LYLE WRIGHT. ELMER KIBBBY, R. W. HOLT. ELIZABETH W. 1 DARRES. LENA JOHNSON, CARL Me- I i DONALD. A. L. LANNON. VERA E. i SANDERS. MABLE SMITH. KENNETH .SMITH, ORLANDO SMITH, BUELAH i BENNETT, HELEN PATRIDGE, RICH! ARD PARTRIDGE. HOWARD WHITE, ! EDITH LONGARE. HELEN McEWEN. ! EMMA YOUNG. GEORGE R. GUNSELL, ! ROSEMARY STILLWELL. RAY FOBATR. | RUDOLPH JACKIM. ERVIN MANLEY. i MODERN HOUSES FOR KENT—At 506 ! MAX KAISER. LILLIAN NEIL. DANEY | N. William, :><)« N. William. 205 N. Kob- '• KENNEDY, and NOEL E. DAVIS, CLYDE erl, 703 N. Rath. Olmstead & Ncwbcrg. i SEARUS. a net LAWRENCE LYMAN Apartments and Flats 74 NF.AT 3-llOOM—Furnished apartment, also large unfurnished apartment for rent. lni|. 1327 S. Madison. Houses for Rent 77 Phone 22 or 7H2 evenings. Employment ^^^^^^^-s^-i^-^i^N^N^^-^vy^-^x^V"- help Wanted—Female 32 XI'FKIF.NC'F.D GIRL—Wanted lor Ren- Vral housework and cooking. Plume I1.-.U. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R I -OH REAL ESTATE UAKGAINS—City homes, lots or farms. Sec A. T. Benson. Nal'l Hank Hldg. i GER1N. ! DISAPPEARED OR MISSING PERSONS. ! NOTICE OF GRANTING ADMINISTRATION I At a session of snid Court., held In the iCouithonse In the City of Ludington, ! in said County, on the 16th clay of Octo! her. A. D. 1939. Farms and Land for Sale 83 Situations Wanted—Female 30 IIOI'KEWOKK WANTED—Sweeping anil dusiiiip,. Call fill! N. (Jaylord. Phone HOUSEKEEPING—Position wanted by I'nilcstaiil woman In family oi 2 or '.) adults. Desirous of home more than big wages. Address All. c, o Hox 71. Business Opportunities 38 STOKE AND FILLING STATION—Fin< st location nn IJS-31. Owner leavini; slate. A real opportunity for immediate sale. Home Realty Co., Km. 8, Nat'l Hank of Ludiiigtoii Illdg. Livestock Poultry and Supplies I'.NGI.ISII HAKON—White Leghorn pullets and yearlings for sale. It. K. Witle, It. I, Ludiiiglon, 1 ml. W. Iliverton townhall. . H.irl, Mich. Houses for Sale Present: Hon. Owen J. Gavigan, Judge, of Probate. Notice is hereby Kivcn of the crant- Ini; of ndmlnlstnitlon of the estates of the ubovr named persons wiio have dls- uppi nred nnd have not been heard from - ' for n continuous period of more than I2U-ACIIE FAKM— Known as Nels Pel.-r- I seven (7) years, on the 16th day of Octo- MIII larin, Victory Twp. Ideal .stock her. A. D. 1933. by order of this Court farm. \\ mi. to school. Priced right for | to Trier R. VonSprrcken, a Public Ad- quick sale. National Farm Loan As.su., mlnlstrntor for Mason County, upon the pt I It Ion duly filed of Gnylord N. Debout, Stale Public Administrator for the Stato of Mic.hlKnn. Notice of the Ri-antiiiK of such administration is now given nnd published in accordance with the provisions of the Escheat Laws of the Stnte of Michigan to the said disappeared or mlssliiR per- their unknown heirs. Rrnntecs or s, and to all persons claiming by. through or under them. IT IS ORDERED That this notice be published once In encli week for three (,'i) successive weeks in The Ludington Dally New.-,, a newspaper printed nnd published In the .said County of Mason and having general circulation therein OWEN .1. GAVIGAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Probate Register. Nov. 15. 20, 27. MODEKN K-KOOM HOUSE— For rent or for sale on easy terms, or trade lor larm, in City of Lndlngton. 2 blocks from I.uiiiiigtoii Avc. Write P. O. Uox 5. Fountain, or Tel. 6, Fountain. WIIITK have I.EGIIOKN—Pullets, for sale. We 100 pullets ready to lay, priced reasonable. Archer's Hatchery, Hart. JVIerchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE—A number of gasoline engine washers, also Heating stoves. Lawrence Matlix, Scottville. Business and Office Equipment 54 Farm and Dairy Products 55 .SPRING CHICKENS—5 pounds and .-.-. Also pork sausage, hams, etc. Orders being taken now. George Sterns, It. 3, Ludington. Tel. 12-F-31. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will liu published two times for 2S cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser. They must lie. accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The New::, none taken by telephone. If ads Involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be run free of charge. IXECTKIC WASHEK—Will swap for dressed pork or beef. George Ferris. Tel. 165-M, Scottville. GOAT,"TAT HOG, TUKKEYS GEESE— Will swap for anything I can use. G. Gcrybo. 1 ml. E., >(, mi. S. of Scottville. SIIOATS—Will swap~for hay, feed or anything I can use. II. T. White, '/, mi N. of Eagle school, isl house W. ~ WILL SWAP—Good 7-year-old marc for hay, cattle or anything i can usc . Sterns, R. 3, Ludin E ton. Tel. 1>KY HARDWOOD—For sale, 2 cords $5, i <llldll "B S2 a cord; also Gravity dump bux. w. A. Genson. Phone 343-J. N. Emily St. 902 WILL SWAP—2 cows, Just fresh, with calf by side; also corn fodder for grain or anything I can use. John Baldauskas, 4 ml. N. of Scottville. G-WEEK-OLD PIGS-Will swap for corn or anything I can use. Frank Norton, Route 4, Ludington. ' More passengers are carried by motor buses in New York City than by the surfacls railwlaysi The bus load was 570 million passengers in 1937; that of the surface railways, 540 million, i published in the said Coun'ty of Mason according to "New York Panor- ""'" PKATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices, nethke Fecrt Barn. Tel. I ama," a Federal writers' project. Taxicabs carried 90 million t>as- year - PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION STATE OF MICHIGAN; Tlu* Probate Court for the County of Mason. In the Matter of the Estates of ALBERT SHAPPEC. FRANK SHAPPEE ELIZABETH HOUGH, CORA JONES 11 nd JESSIE NORTON, DISAPPKARKr> OR MTSSINQ PERSONS NOTICE OF GRANTING ADMINISTRATION At a srsslon of said Court, hold in the Courthouse In the City of Ludlngton, In said County, on the IGth day of October, A. D. 1939. , Present: Hon. Owen J. Gmvignn, Judge of Probate. Notice is hereby given o£ the granting of administration of the estates of the above named persons who have each disappeared nnd have not been heard from for a continuous period of more than seven (71 yars, on the 16th day of October. A. D. 1939, by order of this Court to Peter R. VonSpreckcn, n Public Administrator for Mason Ccmnty, upon the petition duly filed of Gaylord N. Bcbout. Stnto Public Administrator for the State of Michigan. Notice of the granting of such administration Is now given and published In accordance with the provisions of the Escheat Laws of the State of Michigan to the said disappeared or missing persons, their unknown heirs, grantees or nsslirns, and to all persons claiming by. through or under them, IT IS ORDERED That this notice be published once in each week for three (3) successive weeks in The Ludington Dnllv News, a newspaper printed and and having general circulation therein. OWEN J. GAVICJAN, Judge of Probate. A true to this source. Nov. 15. 20, 27. Meeting Enjoyed by Extension Club PERE MARQUETTE. — The Pere Marquette Extension club held its second meeting at the townhall-on .Friday,. Nov. 10. -.A The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Rose Buts?, and the minutes oi the last meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Ruth VanNortwick. Members responded to roll call by telling about their first beaux. This provoked much laughter as many amusing incidents were recalled. Mrs. Clara Jagger gave a very interesting talk on "The First Thanksgiving. Mrs. Mary Bradshaw gave the lesson in the morning on the choice of materials in making bedspreads at home. A delicious chicken dinner was served at noon by a committee composed of Mesdames Mary LaBar. Betty Lundquist, Edith Goff, Bes.sie Peterson, Jane Waddell, Besse Voss, Bertha Parker, Marie Martin, Eva Ford and Carolyn Voss and Miss Darlenc Topping. In the afternoon Miss Amelia Schacffer gave the lesson on "M akin g Candlewick Bod- spreads." Members present beside those already mentioned were Mesdames Mary Proper, Lily Hawley, Ethel Fitch, Edna Larsen, Clara Beach, Anna Hesslund, D. Rohn, Clara Grover, Amy Inman, Evelyn Anderson, Alma Anderson, Adeline Voss, Emma Harmon, Daisy Reek, Fannie Jensen, Vclma Blundcll, Blanche Reynolds, Florence Smith and Agnes Tiedemun. Visitors were Mesdames Agnes Boo, Ethel Brozzo, Alta Bigsby and Pearl Benjamin"!" Miss Lois Sterns, Fred Donohue Are Wed in May, 1939 SUMMIT.— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sterns are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Lois, to Fred Donohue, which occurred in May, 1939. The bride has spent her entire life in Pere Marquette and Summit townships and is a graduate of Ludington high school. Mr. Donohue is from Florida, having come to Michigan four years ago. Since their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Donohue have remained on the home farm assisting with the farm work. At present Mr. Donohue is working at carpentry in Ludington, 'but the couple plan to leave for Florida later where they will spend the winter. A large crowd attended the charivari which was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Donohue at the Sterns farm on Friday evening, Nov. 10. Old Freesoil Mrs. Anna Keson and son, Robert, are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Edgar Smith of Wyandotte. The members of the Fifth grade reading class of Old Free- soil school, recently visited the Manistee library. They examined some of the books mentioned as additional reading for the Fifth grade and were shown how to find books on the shelves. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME E. Allison Home Scene of Gathering CUSTER.—A pleasant day was held at the Edward Allison home in South Ouster Sunday afternoon, Nov. 12, when their children and grandchildren gathered and enjoyed a delicious chicken ' dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Allison, the occasion being their 40th wedding anniversary which they celebrated on Tuesday, Nov. 14. ' Those who spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Allison were Mr. and Mrs. Orla Allison and son, Jimmic; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Allison and daughters, Alberta and Joyce; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cable, daughter, Onabelle, and son, Donnie; Mr. and Mrs. George Riley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Allison and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Allison and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Allison were presented with a collective gift from their children. Several ladies gathered at the home of Mrs. Ross Griswold in South Custer on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 9, to assist her with a quilt she is quilting. Present were Mesdames Edward Blocher, Clinton Lehman, R. A. Saxton, George All, Dan Sanders and Emma Sanders. [ Mr. and Mrs. John Shaffer were callers Sunday afternoon, Nov. 12, at the Leonard Kolberg home in the Menninger district. Mrs. John Wagner attended the 4-H club meeting which was held at Scottville Thursday afternoon, Nov. 9. Mrs. Wagner has four beginners in her club this year, besides the older members. Suzanne Smith has returned to her home in Ludington after | spending a week with her grand- [ mother, Mrs. Mary Wing. Dr. and Mrs. V. J. Blanchette of Custer, Emery Miller of South Custer and Mr. and Mrs. J. Thatcher of Muskegon left for the north woods Friday, Nov. 10, where they will enjoy the hunting season. Other Custer hunters who will try their luck are John Shaffer, Howard Wing, Russell Littell, Ralph Tower and his guest, Lewis Burgess.; Fred Smith and Waldo Smith. William Bacon of South Custer will deliver mail on Custer, route 2, while Ralph Tower spends some time hunting. Mr. and Mrs. William Deview of Evart have returned to their home after spending a week in Custer. Mrs. Stanley Austin and son and Mrs. Ballard o'f Allegan were guests at the Dewey Branden- bero; home .Saturday, Nov. 11. Miss- Tressia Peterson of Can- Settlement will be a guest of Mrs. Fred Smith while Mr. Smith makes a hunting trip. ',Mr. and Mrs. George Woodhead were dinner guests and scent the day with the Ivan Morse family at their home at J Bachelor Sunday, Nov. 12. ^ - s/Ss^fSSSSsSSS/S/fSs/fjVj WHO SOLD you THESE SHOES. LAOV? iney CXJGHTA 6e SHOT' THEY'RE A POLL SIZE TOO SMALL AMD A HALF-SIZE TOO NARROW. you SHOULP VJEARA 76. IT'S LUCky VOU CAME TO ME IN TIME"! ANOTHER MONTH ANP YOU'D HAVE FALLEM ARCHES, ATHLETE'S FOOT AND POSTMAM'S THAT'S FUNNY f I'VE WOR THAT SAME LWaT FOR TEN VEARS V I To HEAR HlrV\ TEUL IT, EVER/ OTHER SHOE- SALESMAN IN TOVJN OOC3HTA <3lVE HIMSELF OP AND START PEDDLING PEANUTS. E KNOWS HIS ; THATS WHV I'M BACK flERE IVE GOT ROOM ENOIK3H LEFT CA/ER IN THE SHOES HE SOLO ME TO PARK AM EXTRA PAIR OF SOCKi I THINK HE RUNS , j A RACKET V/ITH i. CHIROPODIST "ACROSS THE STREET. |O r i 19^9. King Feilurti Syndicate, Inc . World ngh YESSIR! IT'SURE IS LUCKY you CAME to HIM! THEY'LL PO JT EVERY TIME- • TH/W* -toRiTA BIEBCR, RbcHes-ren H .y Brethren Ladies' Aid Has Meeting CUSTER.—Mrs. L. H. Prowant was hostess to members of the Brethren Ladies' Aid society when they met at her home on Wednesday, Nov. 8, for an all-day meeting which they spent in quilting and doing hand sewing. A delicious co-operative dinner was served at noon, with a short business session being held in the afternoon. For the devotions a song was given and Bible verses quoted. Ladies present at the meeting were Mesdames C. Lehman, D. p. Flory, Monroe Williams, John Fil- brjn, Clara Miller, Alva Kirkman, Lenna Murphy, James Baker, Ed Blocher, R. A. Saxton, Belle Kirkman, J. M. Cable, Kenneth Beltz and the hostess, L. H. Prowant. Meeting Enjoyed by Arbutus Camp CUSTER.—The Arbutus Camp No. 632, Royal Neighbors of America, was entertained at the home of- Mrs. William Emerson Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, when it met for its regular meeting. The regular routine of business was carried out after which a social hour was enjoyed during which time Mrs. Robert Nelson won a contest of scrambled words and Mrs. M. Huddlestun won the mystery package. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Grace Littell at which time a Christmas party will be held, each member being asked to bring a 25-cent gift to be exchanged among the members. It was also decided to have a card shower on Mrs. E. Jones of Detroit, who is ill at her home. At the close of the evening the hostess served dainty relresh- ments to the follov,'ng: Mes- I dames Robert Nelson, David Falconer, Henry Englebrecht, W. J. Emerson, Arthur Peterson, Marion HuddlestUn, Uri Miller, Milo Halberg, Katherine Tubbs, Elanor Christensen and Russell Littell, Miss Martha Miller and the hostess, Mrs. W. J. Emerson. Group to Meet The Young People's group of I the Brethren church, which should have met at the Wilson i home on Sunday evening, Nov. 12, will hold its meeting at this home on Sunday evening, Nov. 19. Harvey Prowant will lead the discussion group and Catherine Reinoehl and Don Wilson will have charge of the game and eats during the social hour. Fountain Council Has Meeting The village council met Thursday night in the regular month| ly session. 1 'The meeting was called to order by President H. J. Gregory and minutes of the previous meeting were read by the clerk, Harry McFarland, and accepted. A permit was granted to Herman Hansen to operate a dine and dance place in connection with his tavern. Voting councilmen present were John Boehm, John Luft, Lloyd VanSickle and Fred Reek. Absent councilmen were James Kirkpatrick and Paul Schoenherr. During the business meeting, Mr. Gregory submitted his resignation as president of the village. Couple Is Honored Mr. and Mrs. Emil Blohm entertained Sunday, Nov. 12. with a family dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCormick. Mrs. McCormick, formerly Beatrice Klopfenstein, is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blohm. Relatives present were Mr. and Mrs Elmer VanSickle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Klopfenstein and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blohm and children, Royce and Patsy; Mrs. Henry Blohm and Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens and baby son, all of Muskegon; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Blohm and daughter, Dorothy Ann. Four generations were present, the baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens is the only great grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Blohm. Scries of Parties The I.O.O.F. lodge is beginning a series of pinochle parties, the first to be given this evenUig, Nov. 15. Prizes will be awarded and at the end of the series of four parties, a grand prize will be given to the persons holding the highest score. These parties will, be given every two weeks on Wednesday evening, with dancing and lunch after the pinochle game. Everyone is invited. Mr. and Mrs. John Mis/ewski of Muskegon spent last wee v-eri'd at their home south of tow. . Mrs. A. P. Smith was taken suddenly ill early Monday morning and is under the care of a physician. Mrs. Jonn Rigel and Mrs. Pliny Elmers nearly finished Friday and Saturday, the four districts assigned them, turning in $21.15 in memberships and donations for the Red Cross. The work of all Sherman township solicitors, it is expected, will be completed this week. Mrs. Pliny Elmer, Mrs. Clarence Mavis and Mrs. John Riggl attended the annual Red Cross membership dinner given fttj. Gray hall in Ludington Thursday night, Nov. 9.
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