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FRIDAY, NOV. IX, 1939, ITHE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THRE& 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, ['lease call the society editor, telephone 106. Hunters' Mass — A special hunters' mass will be held at 5:30 o'clock Sunday morning at SI. Simon's Catholic church. Choir—The choir of Bethany LuUierau church will meet for rehearsal at the home of Mrs. F. W. Schumcher, 303 Fifth street, at. 7 o'clock 1 this evening. Study Club—The Summit Child Study club wiii meel at 8 p. m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Er- v<m KLstlcr with Mrs. irank Brye as co-hostess. Announce Biri.i—Mr. and Mrs. Don Nielsen, 207 West Loomis street, announce the birth of a daughter on Nov. 11, at home. The baby has been named Con- .stance Kay. Entertainment — L u d i n gton lodge No. 87, Rebekahs, will spon- .sor an entertainment at 8 o'clock tonight in the I.O.O.F. hall. The public is invited to attend and a door prize will be given. Extension Club — Ludington Extension club No. 2 will meet at the Ludington nigh school on Monday evening at 7 o'clock. The lesson will be "Fashions in Bedspreads.' 1 Any club member who lias a bedspread .she would like to put on display for this lesson is u-quested to bring the spread. Proprietress—Friends and former patrons o! Miss Esther John- Mjn, former owner of "Pat's Beauty Shop' 1 of Ludington, will be interested to learn that she is proprietress of the Niumalu Hotel beauty salon at Waikiki beach, Honolulu. Hawaii. Expected to Return—Gebrge O. Kribs, district WPA recreational supervisor, is expected to return either tonight or Saturday morning from Grand Rapid,-, where tie has been attending a special supervisors' training school. Kecovurins—Friends of Mrs. Marion Bishop of Attica, Incl., will be !?lad to hear that she has undergone surgery in Indianapolis and i.s expected to recover her sight. Mrs. Bishop had been partially blind for the past five :.cnrs ahcl totally blind during the past «>x months. To Jackson — Her m a n Rchoenbeck of Ford lake, who pleaded guilty early in the week to a felonious assault charge, was taken tins morning by Un- dcrsheriff Ed Anderson to Jackson where he will begin serving a six-month to four-year sentence at the State Southern Michigan. Here Are "Innards" of Byrd's Snow Cruiser WVDRAUL1C JACK-RAISES AND LOWERS WHEELS MACHINE SWOP CONTAOt: ROOAA This diagram shows the interior arrangement of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd's snow cruiser built for use on his Antarctic exploration trip. Though the cumbersome vehicle cannot attain a speed greater than 10 miles an hour it can carry enough fuel to suffice for a trip from New York to San Francisco and return. The snow cruiser carries an airplane on its back. ! Miss E. Langfeldt Hostess to Club EAST RIVERTON. — The East Riverton Ladies' club met at the home of Miss Emma. , Langfeldt Thursday, Nov. 9, for Funeral services will bc held: an all-day meeting. The busi- al 9 o'clock Monday morning in \ ncss meeting was called to order- St. Stanislaus' Roman Catholic church tor Frank Kaminski, resident of Ludington i'or 33 years, who passed away early Thursday morning. Mr. Kaminski w;us born on May 4, 1877, in Poland, where he by the president, Mrs. Edna Selby, and the club song was sung. Members present responded to roll call by giving their maiden names. Mosdamcs Edna Selby and W. J. Thurow were appointed to spent his early life Before look aacr the iffc excnange to coming to Amrncu. he al.so lived i bc hek , no gift to excced 10c in Germany. He wa.s aftiluUed The Decembei . meeting will be with St. Stanislaus' church «f : held at the home of Mrs. W. R. Prison of 1 LudinKton. and wa.s a member of Tnurow with Mrs w _ w Wem _ the St. Joseph society of that church and of its Holy Name .society. ple as hostess. The meeting was then turned • , » -i or, 1000 f,,i ovcr t(J tnc program committee, Married on April 20, 1899, lo| consistinK of Mesdames Carrie hi.s wife. Johanna, who survives young, Beatrice Cole and Effie hU.n, M£. Kamin.ski,.i.s aLso_._siii'- T^.,..,._ McFarland Home Is Scene of Meeting FOUNTAIN.—Because of illness in the Twining home at Tallman, the Methodist Ladies' ber^eettaTat'the Khooihouse j Aid society met at the home of East Riverton PT-A Has_Meeting EAST RIVERTON.— The East Riverton school Parent-Teacher association held its Novem- Friday evening, Nov. 10. In the absence of the president, Or van Saxton, Carl Mrs. Harry McFarland Wednesday. Eleven members were present and Mesdames Oscar Parmetor ^""gnSS ^ S ^\S£ ™* WUharn ^im^rm^ were inn*?? rSld^TS 8 - ^™'™L,^^^ meeting tion was made to finance the boys 4-H handicraft club. Also came a member at this meeting. The president read the 15th ys t-xi iicUiLuuiu.il, \;iuu. .rviou '„<,„],„ :.. ,,i Tyr,.,, i\/ro r ,, Willinmc: •i inniirm wn« mnrlp In tnkp mit i P salm ancl MIS. Mary Williams a mOlHJll Wtlb indtlt! UU UlB.e UUU rf_,,_j ,,.. n ,,n,. fl^-, /ilrl fovnilinv a membership in the Red Cross. ^^ftPS'^" 01 *^ 1 ^ The meeting was then turned over to Thomas Selby, chairman of the program committee, hymn, "His Yoke Is Easy, His Burden Is 1 Light," was sung with Rev. L H. Prowanlt Officiates at Services Held at Brethren Church on Monday CUSTER.—Impressive funeral services were held at the Brethren church in South Custer Monday afternoon, Nov. 13, for Miss Amanda Catherine Wagoner. Rev. L. H. Prowant took his text from Isaiah 64-5: "We all shall fade as a leaf." He compared life to the seasons and spoke of the beautiful fall days with their wonderful coloring of the trees. We watch them as they grow in different hues from day to day, then in a few short hours they all come down and the beauty which we were looking upon has faded. The mission of the leaf is to help maintain the tree, so our lives live on after we have been taken. Miss Wagoner had made several generous gifts to the church in South Custer which will help the work to go on in the community, thus her life will live on. Mr. and Mrs. John Reinoehl sang "Rock of Ages" and "Abide with Me" and Mr. Reinoehl sang "And I Shall See Him." Mrs. Reinoehl played their accompaniment. The song, "Abide with Me," was sung as a request from the family as Miss Wagoner, during the last few days of her life, kept repeating this song in words. Pallbearers were friends of the family including Leonard Mattox, Monroe Williams, John Leedy, Edward Blocher, Alva Kirkman and D. O. Flory. Burial was at Riverside cemetery in Custer where the body was laid beneath a blanket of beautiful fall flowers. Amanda Catherine Wagoner was born in Indiana on May 14, 1876, where she lived with her parents and nine brothers and sisters until she was seven years old. At this time they went by wagon to Nebraska where they took up a homestead in the wilderness, being 100 miles from a railroad. As she never married, much of her life was spent with her sister, Mrs. Sarah Mohler, and family, moving to Michigan with them 32 years ago arid coming to a farm in South Custer. After the death of Mrs. Mohler 11 years ago she went to California and lived Funeral So reusea, services re.side.nt vived "by six Daughter?, Theodore Gnibowski of Ludington, Mrs. Edward Zywicki of Ludington, Sister Mary Phillis. Sister of Mercy in Grand Rapicl.s; Sister Mary Joan Francis, Sister for Carl | of Mercy of Daburiue, la.. Mrs. °. f Luding- | W mu>d i.emiro of Grand Rapid.s ton for 24 years, who passed i , M R ,-, Do , Ol - Grand away on Thursday at tl*" Mar- T>,, ni , k . (v .. n S(ms i/,. Francis !" C I h l°f Pi i al? ln m^Sa W ?t M"^ of Gaylord and John be held at 2 p. m. Monday .at Kaminski of Lud in B ton: a brother,, Anton Kaminski of Scoltville: two .sisters, Mrs. Paul Szmyt of Ludington and Mrs. Mary Knox and 10 grand- Dorrell chapel. The service will be conducted by Rev. John Christensen, pastor of Bethany Lutheran church. Interment will bc made at Lakeview cemetery. Time Schedules Mail, Rail, Boat and Bus Pore Maniiiciie I'asscngcr Trains Westbound, nrrlvc 11:25 a. m. Ea.stbouiul. le'tive 12:50 p. m. Dally, cxcoot Sundnys I'cre Marquctto Carferries Leave for Milwaukee, WIs 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from Milwaukee 2:30 n. m., 9:30 n. m. Leave for Manltowoc, \Vls 4 p. m., 3:30 a. m. Arrive .'rom Mixnltowoc 3:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Lonvc for Kewaunce, WIs P <\. m. Additional sailings without regard to Hchcclule. Dolly. Sundays Included Call dock office for dally Information. All boats curry automobiles. Bus Lines Leave for Muskegon. etc. ..8:30 n. in.. 12:30 p. m., 4:15 p. m. Arrive from Muskegon, etc. . .10:50 n. m., 4:05 p. m., 7:35 p. m. Leave for Traverse Olty. etc 11 a. m., 4:15 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:59 a. m., 6 p. m. Dally, Sundays Included Leave for Baldwin 5:30 p. m. Outgoing Mail Weekdays Southbound mall (mall truck) closes 9:30 a. m. Eastbound mall (train) connecting with north and south trains, closes 11:30 a. m. Southbound (mall bus) closes 3:30 p. m. of Chicago, children. The body wa.s returned to the home at 701 Fifth street late thi.s morning, where it will rest until the time of the services. Interment will be made In Pere Marquettc cemetery. Arrangements have been made by Morrison funeral home. A Thanksgiving' contest was won by Geneva Rahn and the following numbers were pre- .SL-nted: Reading, "Oh Pshaw," by Edna Selby; reading, "Modern Trap" by Geneva Rahn; reading, "Hitler," by Marie and the following program was enjoyed: Readings—John Butz. Musical numbers—Anker Chris Sorenson. Reading—Mrs. William Buffenbarger. Musical numbers—Alva Pirtle and Dale Fleming. Music Rhythm band composed of the pupils of the school. Song — School. There will be no December meeting, but the Christinas Langfeldt, and reading, "Dumb- program will be held. bells," by Carrie Young. Christmas plans were discussed and the society will have a party with an exchange of gifts, and I Tne f inance chairman for December, Mrs. William Goff, announced the sale of Christmas cards to be held this month. Present at this meeting were: Mesdames Julia Hansen, Emil Blohm, Harry Merritt, Sarah Puterbaugh, V. H. Chancellor and H. J. Gregory, besides those already mentioned. Mrs. McFarland, assisted by Mesdames Blohm and Gregory, served refreshments. Another contest, "Thanksgv- M^^^T r^&rSSj Fm Jn T nLf Yrt a i S W0 " ' by Miss Saturday, Nov. 11, after at: Emma Langfeldt. | tending the Farm bureau Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Seltoy! **f "ft* at Lansins Nov " 8 ' 9 and children, Jackie Lou ~--- ]i ' uia IU Kenneth, and Ellis Tucker, of -Flint, are visiting at the Charles Cole home. The men will enjoy hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole j and son, Billy, spent Sunday: evening, Nov. 12, with Mrs. Alice Cole of Freesoil. an 5|i Miss Maraveen Brown is em- au ployed at the Herman Timm home in Ludington. COLDS Relieve misery direct -without "dosing". Use swift-acting near a niece, Mrs. Clinton Harter. Five years ago she came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miller where she had lived since that time. On Aug. 16, 1934, she suffered a stroke from which she never recovered, being a semi- invalid since that time. These past five years she was tenderly'cared for by the Miller family, who seemed so near to her. She often spoke of the love for these children of her sisters and made the remark that she never missed having a family of her own as she could care for these. Other children of Mrs. Mohler are Edwin, who lives near :he Miller home; Mrs. Clinton Harter of California and Robert Mohler of Kansas, who came for .he funeral. Mrs. Harter visited ner aunt recently leaving for her home three weeks ago so did not return at this time. She is also survived by 10 other nieces and nephews. Those who came ,to attend the funeral were Robert Mohler of Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. 'Morris Place of Pontiac, Mrs. Racheal Miller from North Manchester, Ind., and Addison Miller from Clayton. Several friends of the family from Onekama were also present. William Brozzos Feted at Dinner DIAMOND SCHOOL.—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson of Freesoil entertained ' the members of the "Birthday Club" with a delicious chicken dinner at their home Sunday, Nov. 12. in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Brozzo who are moving to Ohio. A collective gift was presented to the honored couple. Those enjoying this delightful party were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Parsons and son, Darwin and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Parsons of Muskegon; George Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Larsen and daughters, Marijean and Joanne; An- drew Larsen, Mrs. John RosendWj son, John Jr. and daughter^ s> Carol and Natalie Jean, and the % honored guests; Mr. and Mr*. " Brozzo and the host arid hostas*, -' Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. The number of tons handled one mile by the average freight train in the course of one " has more 1920. than doubled since Our Button Expert pops up with this I A 28-pound p'jll will yank the buttons from most shirts. Takes twice this much on Arrow shirts. A small detail, perhaps, but it's small details all along the line that make Arrows America's best- selling shirts. $2 up. THE TOGGERY K. L. Ashbacker & Sons #— *—*—#—*• — *—»—#—*—# DANCING * SATURDAY NIGHT * I MUSIC BY * EARL JENSEN'S J. SWINiGSTERS. * NO COVER CHARGE. Beer—Wine—Liquor— Mixed Drinks. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN PENTWATER THEATRE Friday-Saturday Nov. 17-.18 NOTE—Here is the season's outstanding: war thriller. See scenes of the German Submarine and crew landing their charge on Scottish shores. Of the fleet in action. And of the sinking of the captured vessel by the German officers own submarine. —#—#—#—#• -#—*—*—* ONLY FIVE MORE CAN JOIN OUR LANE HOPE CHEST CLUB And Receive Either A new CHENILLE SPREAD OR BOUD.IOB DOLL FREE «pl«Ko7 U p SEE OUR WINDOW «jH5tF«f«l up SATURDAY POSITIVELY LAST ON FREE OFFER. (bun) connecting with north and south trains, clues 4:30 p. m. Outgoing mall Sundays (mall truck) closes 5 p. m. Incoming Mall Weekdays Prom south (mall truck) 8 a. m. From east (train) 11:45 a. m. Krom Bouth (mall bus) 10:45 a. m. Prom east (bus) 9:40 p. m. Incoming mall, Sundays (mall truck) 9:30 a. m. FROM SCOTTVILLE I'crc Marqucttc Passenger Trains Prom east, arrive 11:10 a. m. Kustbound, leave 1:02 p. m. Bus Lines Leave for Traverse City, etc 11:15 a. m., 4:30 p. m, Arrive from Traverse City, etc: 11:45 a. in,, 5:45 p. m. Leave, for I'Udlnctou 11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Arrive from LudliiK- ton ll;15 n. m., 5:45 p. m. Leave lor Baldwin 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Baldwin 9 p. in. Outgoing Mall Northbound mall (mall truck) closes 7:30 a. m. Southbound mall (mall truck) closes 9:15 a. m. Westbound (train) closes ..10:40 a. m. Eastbound (train), connecting with north and south trains, closes 12:40 p. m. Easlbound (bus), connecting with north and south tralhs. closeo 5:30 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes 0 p. m. - Incoming Mall Prom south (mall tnick) .,..8:30 a. m. Arrives from east (train) ....11:10 a. m. Arrives from west (train) ....1:02 p. m. Arrives from west (bus) 0:00 p. m, Theresa Helene Luczyk, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Luczyk of 815 East Foster street, died early Thursday afternoon in St. Mary's hospital, Grand Rapids. The child was born in Ludington on Jan. 4, 1937, and had resided in this city with her family. Surviving are her parents, a sister, Barbara Luczyk; a brother, Paul Luczyk, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Maske. The body will 'oe returned to the home late this afternoon, where it will rest until the time of the services, Sunday, •at 1:30 p. m. Interment will be made at Freesoil. Arrangements have been made by Morrison , funeral home. ALL CARDS ON THE TABLE— We want to write your Automobile Insurance, but perhaps you're not sure about us. We'll be glad to give you a list of our satisfied customers for you to check up. That's fair! Why not investigate us? WWVWJVUW Meny-Washatka AGENCY Phone 58 110 E. Ludington COME DOWN AND DANCE! \\ Hi CL. n : jMBfe. Jittgtor,,. • /' FILER'S Melody Makers SATURDAY NIGHT Everyone Invited! Open for Dancing Every Night. No Cover Charge. Ossawald Crumb Taproom FAMOTJS FUN FAMILY If you would like to give the right toy for the right age Write, phone or stop in and we will reserve a FREE copy of the year's 'best toy catalog for you. Chosen by experts. CONRAD VEIDT VALERIE HOBSON SEBASTIAN SHAW Screen play by ' . 'Emerle Preitburger Directed by Michael Fow*fl A Columbia Picture' Also Added Shorts Economical, Delicious and Easy to Serve FROM LUDINGTON COMES "RECOVERY" —TODAY'S GAME— New, Different and Exciting. Relax and Laugh with "Recovery." Fill these- lomg, cold evenings with real entertainment for you and your friends. SOLD IN LUDINGTON—SEE YOUR DEALER! CREATED AND DEVELOPED IN LUDINGTON BY BENSON GAMES CHICKEN, with Noodles, jar GIBLETS, with Noodles, jar CORN BEEF HASH, can SPAGHETTI with Meat .. can POTATO HcdiSalad, .. can 25C 18c 15c 15c ISc SHOESTRING POTATOES, can TAMALES •€ ff p with Sauce, .. can JLtl*^ CHILI | ff n CON CARNE, can J.WV Imported FISH BALLS, can Ready-to-Serve 1 Qf* 25c P. C. Hansen Furniture Ludington's Leading Furniture Store 127 South James St. Phone 164 MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATED STORES. CODFISH, can The Flavor Is Just A Matter of Choice. PICKLED HERRING, jar Boneless PIG'S FEET, ... jar OX TONGUE, sliced, jar Pickled LAMB TONGUE, ... jar SPICED EEL CHEESE RAREBIT . CHICKEN POT PIE, . VIENNA SAUSAGE, jar can can 25c lOc 20c., 15c „„ 59c 39c , Dates—Figs—Currants—And Fruit Cake Mix. 'Boston Brown Bread—Milwaukee Rye Larsen's Food Shop Phone 939 415 S. James St. 1.98 Accompanied by PATENT ... ~ Sleek black gabardine highlighted with patent in the flash of a heel or toe, the gleam of a vamp! Only 1.98. New Elasticized GABARDINE ... 2.98 Clinging girdle-fit! High-riding stepins (hat hug your instep . , . trimmed .with patent or smooth calf I Only 2.98. 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 THEM! ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bills LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis Street INSURE YOUR EFFORTS Your most valuable asset c:in never be replaced unless insured with full coverage Lifetime disability protection. MUTUAL BENEFIT H. & A., UNITED BENEFIT LIFE GIVES YOU THIS PROTECTION. OLD LINE, LEGAL RESERVE i; J. WESLEY BALTZER LUDINGTON, MICU. 210 N. James St. Phone 686 MONTGOMERY WARD Catalog Orcfer Service saves you money on thousands of other Items! U»o Wards Monthly Payment Plan on any'purchases of $10 or morel 103-109 E. Ludington Ave. Telephone 158 Expert 'Bear Alignment' Service, Body Bumping and. Painting THE BEAR SHOP 604 E. 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