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   Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 4, 1925, Ludington, Michigan                                Long Serviceo 34 Names Are Added to List of Lakeview Mothers Flowerday Gives Talk on Morality Uplift in Thoro was a tine al tendance t Iho Lakeview Mothers club meet ing Friday Two pictures have boon bought by the club In bo iwiilid each month to the room having the larg est number of mothers proHoni at the children have alien a keen interest in his con the various rooms vicing wilii one nnolhvr to win the Indian Picture Placed prominently I he front of Hie side by Iho two pictures created much comment from the mothers Fri Tho Appeal to lie Croat Spirit had boon for the upper an Indian picture which will always awaken roman ticism in Iho hearts of upliflod fare of the character por trayed will lift tho childs ideals to higher Spring Song wa dis tinctly appropriate for theyoung er children find their eyes will linger upon the little child who listens lo the of Io first bird of tho The commit Miss Nettie Tvinp and could not have chosen more ful pictures to adorn tho rooms and tun 40 Men Entombed SPEEKS IT Newspaper lOnoch Barker above I will retire i soon having worked for the j railroad for nearly 51 Samuel of the wrote a letter of procialion to Marker commending him for his long service and exj Marker held j many positions of importance dur ing his long Traces History of Poland Be fore ParentTeacher Pore IVIarcinolte ParintTeacher association met Friday afternoon ind enjoyed an and valuable Musical num bers were a sons by eighth grade girls and delightful piano solos by Miss Alice and Miss Mary the latter a stiylent in Mason county Piaskowski gave interesting address upon He traced the history of hut much tried nation from its beginnings to the day of liberation after the Memorial to lie told of Koschtskos assistance to he colonies in he Uevoliiiion 1 ary war and slated that it was he i who founded West Point Military i Ho recited from the loni of Polish names that illumine ho pages of Polish history and ive every native of Poland rea j son to be proud of that history speaker Poland 1 is erecting a memorial to Woo Seniors Choose Staff of Oriole Stanley Norton Is EditorinChief of Elected 1926 F eighth lUrdos A for Program Is A most program itd boon firnngcd Iho afivrnonn by 1ho which with two delightful niano solos by Arthur Ho1 WMo Kchyns Melodic Air by If is not often thnt an audieiie is privileged to sonvs sveellv hiiil lfd as those roiidir by Miss Clara Uoohrig with ASoods Tho as was charmed with song Miss filing To a Hilltop and as Tho Lilac Kiija Lindland of MusVgon HoiiUils concise talk IIMOH thfi work of the Womans tion Tenipesance Union and Iho part it has lakon in her Mime schools in rnerit to the children through essay Lindland showed her love for her adopted country in her serious asKiiranco that only through the effnrrs of in Ivst cili ZOTIS will Iho laws of the hind bo Flowrelay of the Kits Knisrnml Contined on Page Column Air Mail Aviator Drops From Sight than a thousand sons and 11 airplanes joined in i faculty advisory of tho search today for Charles Newberg will be tho missing mail plane I The members The editorial staff of the Ori the Lflftington high school was elected by the mem bers of the Senior class at class meetings hold Thursday and Friday Tlio officers of the staff are Officers Assistant editor r j Business Jacob l Assistant business I Arnold i Class editor Harriott Assistant class I New Art editorsJohn Lund and Myr tle j Society Chris t j Athletic 1 Joke Gross and j Davis Suojh substantial majorities were I tho business j and athletic and Ijoko editors on the nominating Ihursday morning it was unnecessary to vote upon them Iho regular election Fri Tho members of tho staff are inosl fortunate in having again as their supervisor Miss Katherine who also Senior class Miss Newborg has had charge of the Oriole for the past two the excellent publica tions of these years testifying to her the strain of the responsibility and great amount of work has proven to be too much for one person to To remedy there will be a which of this hoard have ow and cheers his name as her for she recognizes that it was the help America gave to the allies that determined tlu result of the war and gave Polam her Kaja Lindland of Muskegon district president of the Womans Christian Temperance wa then introduced and gave a brie telling something of the wort of that She plained its plan for a temperance essay contest among the pupils o the public To Get Dish During the business session the club voted to procure a supply of i dish towels for the i Miss Kthel in behalf of teachers and thanked the club for the now curtains it has put up in the thereby im proving and brightening its appear A committee of hostesses served refreshments at the close of the Virginia Mine A mine cxplo ion occurred at the Superior Pocohontns McDowell about 40 nrrles from here 8 oclock About 40 men are in the By long distance it was learned that the explosion was in the north entry of the where 14 men were They arc believed to be entombed and the others are expected to suffered from after word from ihe mine Rescue crews from the United States Steel mines at Gaiy nre being rushed to the a distance of 12 US GftLE Beans Are Spilled And Freesoil Boys Brought to Court Will Be Arraigned before Juv enile Judge Jaggtr on Charge of clear ease of spilling With Bodies of Five Men Recovered Storm Halts Work on Officers Tell Tales of Heroism by Divers Trying to Recover f but when darkness fell over the Allegheny mountains tonight no trace of him had been The flyer was bound from New York for Chicago when he failed to land at the aviation field jnst east of this city Thursday No communication has been had from The flyer was heard from j at Hartleton 20 miles east of his passage was rej ported by telephone by the watch man at the emergency field there to the Bellefonte field at i Four planes from tho six from the air mail service and one commercial flyer searched the grbund east of hore while hundreds of persons tramped over roads and through the wooded Tomorrow the 11 planes will be joined by five more fnom the air mail service as no flying is done on Sundays except over one Pennsylvania State college near here has offered students to assist In the not been Will Be 13th I lioth staff and Miss New berg are undaunted by lie fact that this years publication will j be the thirteenth They i intend to make surpass any Ori ole ever published and will do their j utmost to attain this end roganl i less of j A campaign for the advance sale i of tho Oriole will be started by j the business manager in the very near Violates Must Finish Term Dynamiting Fish in Big Sable Costs Manistee Man 14 Years at Dynamiting trput and pike In Big Sable Freesoil costs James 14 years in Marquette wirin brought Justice Tower Friday after noon by Deputy Game Warden Bon was fined and assessed with the alternative of 90 days in the coun ty Prosecutor Matthews that Racalla is on parole from He served one year of an indetermin ate sentence of one to 15 years given TJy Judge Hal Cutler at Manistee for Racalla will be returned ty Matthews told The to complete his sen Charles Madison and Robert were fined or must serve 90 days i as told in the Friday issue of The and Free soil school was for 90 days during which he musi earn to cover costs assessed against SHIPPING BOARDS DOOM 11 wa s a the If one of the five Freesoil young sters hadnt tipped over a sack of beans Thursday night onto the sleeping form of John Cameron of near Darr school they would prob ably be enjoying their jointlyown ed rifle and of the open Charged With Stealing Charged with stealing and selling beans Mike and Joe 14 and respectively Marshall and Mike were brought to Ludington for xlging in the court house Satur George remains at arge but will be taken into cus ody on the same Marshall considered an important was taken back to Free oil Saturday with the understand ig he was to be returned tomor Arrests were made by Under heriff Tony John Cameron of Darr school istrict was missing He had ecently threshed and placed the cans in a barn a quartermile from lis So Thursday night he determin ed to find how the beans came to He decided to watch nit fell It was dark when ve was awakened by the falling over his body of a sack of Someone was in the barn and were evidently Sees Boys Enter lv Jumping he gave Forms were seen to enter a buggy and drive He The buggy pulled into the farm of Peter He notified Tony Mottl of his It was discovered the boys were taking the beans to Manistee where they sold With the money they purchased a it is alleg They had sold five bushels beans for The four and as soon as he is taken into will be arraigned before Juvenile Judge Clark charged with stealing the LEAGUE OF NATIONS IS ENDORSED BY CONFERENCE Tn protest against proposals to abolish the shipping which 1 he feels would destroy regional re presentation in the operation o governments merchant mar The 23rd conference of the Frederic Thompson o parliamentary union in a resoluI the commissioner re tion adopted indorsed the presenting the gulf has his resignation to Presi When a man loses S20 gi it isnt a case of out out of Why doesnt the woman who married a poor man for love want her daughter to do likewise thickly j enorts the league of nations and the panAmerican union to codify international laws and called for a general and constructive plan for codification based on progress made in recent The conference also adopted a resolution providing for a declar ation of rights and duties of na tions and another directing a study to Wars of The resolutions were adopted after three days of full discussion of the subjects and cleared the way for the conference to consider at its next session on Monday the question of reduction of arma of To the Property Owners of Hainlin During several years it has become increasingly necessary to strengthen th North Section of the Hamlin This cannot be delayed longer without seriously jeopardizing its At the annual Hamlin Dan Stock Holders August 1025 the Stockholders instructed the Board of directors to proceed with this and at the same time provide additional spillway as soon as proper finances could bo It is estimated that approximately will bo needed fir this The only means by which this money can be provided is by for which Capital Stock in the Association will be if May we have your subscription at an early elate HAMLIN DAM Harry Ray tendered his resignation to dent Coolidge to become effective 1 and it has been a large newspap or serving a fiveyear term which would not expire un til was first appointed by President Wilson and reappointe by Presidents Harding and Coo In his letter of Mr Thompson frankly stated to th i that he wished to retire i so that he might be free to join with others in opposing the prp posed change in the boards man I agement and thus be relieved of any implication that he was prompted by self interest in wish ing to retain his THE For Lmlington and vicinity i Sunday Generally prob ably showers much change in temponiiuro winds mostly mod erate to fresh northeast and The sun rises at and sets at j Mean temperature for the past i week at Ludington 56 degrees this ia practically Total rainfall of an One day was two were partly and fpnr were Rain fell Friday or Friday night in the lower lake upper Ohio and the middle and north Atlantic It was in southeastern Inches falling at Detroit and A new dis turbance was central Saturday morning over Kansas and had caused rain in the states to the High pressure has continued over western Canada and adjoining Temper ature is cool in the northwest it has been abnormally warm in most of the middle and southern The Kansas disturbance Js expected to advance toward the southern lake IMTKO STATKS XKW After a week of rescue work over the sunken submarinp the net result of which the recovery of the bodies of of 3 mon who went down their Hoar Admiral Christy returned to tho base A choppy sea and a wind Hint threatened o roach gale propii iions forced the suspension of mg operations at Ad miral Christy ordered the entiiv rescue flotilla to sow of tho vessels going to Newport and oth ers coming in When search for the bodies can be resumed de pends upon weather One Recovered Saturday Only one body was recoverei that of Paul and cue PRICE THREE nu an ofWar Stricken by Disease Early in 1925 Acting Secretary Dayis la Among Those Mentioned Hiyeari old 01 Henry lioiiuiiv bank uivsidon of t hei fritnds by inserting in Kansas City pajKi an announivment that she had broken her engagement to Major Samuel Cooper of It was Coopers of tho of Major1 Cooptr is a nuimbor of one of ihc wealthiest families of tV oV ino Mitchell Not Bid to Legion Meeting Are Bitter as Na Organization Ig Friends tional nores PLAN TO PRESERVE BRYAN HOMESTEAD AS MEMORIAL of the old hpme here of William as an everlasting memorial to the late will be considered by the board of trustees of the Lin coln Methodist which to meet here The board will also consider changing the name of the hospital to the Bryan Memorial the site for the institution hav ing been donated several years agp by and Fav orable action in this respect is looked for by presi dent of the and long time friend of the Furniture and relics in the Bry an home will be left said Those interested in the erection of a Bryan Memorial in Lincoln hope to have the home he and to include in it as much as possible of the old Bryan The political cauldron of the Am erican Legion started to boil to with interest centered in the activities of Colonel William Mit storm center of the recent criticism against the The na tional convention of the legion is to open formally phase the politi cal discussion was precipitated when it became known that he had not been given an invitation to at tend the convention as a distin guished His friends are bitter in denun ciation of the legions failure of special invitation and the 40 and the legion fun unoffi cially invited him to This invitation in turn was condemned by 40 and S officials who said it would embarrass the legion offi The activities relative to Colonel his charges of inefficiency against the navy and his demand for a separate air service are ex peeled to be given impetus Mon day when Captain Junius his close is expected to read a personal message from Colonel Divers wero burning off the torpedo room hatch when officois in charge decided that conditions made it unsafe The divers expressed their willingness to make further undersea trips not withstanding the but officois decided against Tomorrow the officers and mei it the numbering more than will do honor to their deparr ed A memorial soy vice wil 1 be held at the base Commandant King announced that he expected every officer and man on the static10 be A huge will rest upon the rr mil as Chaplain Park er delivers the A naval choir and a quartette of enlisted men will Divers Are Many stories of the heroism of the divers who have made repeat ed trips to the S51 first to lenri whether life remained aboard am later in an effort to recover bod were told today by oflicers of vessels of the rescue How William a civilian stood in the depths drilling and exploring holes in the engine lorn hatch with an electric arc which had become short sending current commander of the Notwithstanding the extreme pain Reed finished the job and when he was pulled to the surface casually remarked that the burner needed Risks Life in William another risked his life by crawling throusi the engine room in the dark to d t ermine whether the motor room was after his electric light had burned He took the chance rather than go up for an other light because he knew that oflicers above were waiting to learn whether there was any hop for life in the motor compartment Scottville Greets New Pastor Sutcliffe and Wife Honored by Program and An assembly of more than 100 per sona gathered at tho Methodist Episcopal church Friday evening to greet and welcome and the new pas tor and his A pleasing pro gram had been arranged by Jay and included greetings from the various departments of the The church was represented by the young people by Rupert the Sunday school by Davis the Aid society by Lawrence and the Victory congregation by Sam Loyalty Is In the talks the keynote was j was a the thought of Each circles pledged the support of those he to the pastor in his new field Each one welcom ed the new pastor and his wife to the church and the Splendid musical number in cluded a piano ly Fred Secretary Weeks return to ington today from the long sence necessitated by illheattn served strengthen the sion that he will retire from cabinet in the near though no information as to httf plans was available either from Weeks himself or In any oth er The Avar secretary waa a on guest at the White lo did not visit W3 officd attpMt the street in the war department and he put aside ies as to whether he expected tO resume his fluties I Stricken Early Irf He was compelled trf give Hff i active management of department al affairs early in April when he j suffered from an ailment diagnose ed as thrombosis and has not been at his office since that i Weeks explained the fan mediate purppse of his trip td Washington as having to do with the necessity of clearing out his home which was sold during i his absence but which still tains paintings and other effects j which will be shipped to hia i residence in New He appeared to have improved in health since his visit to the president spme weeks ago at but he was still lacking in Successor Discussion as to probable successor in the cabinet was revived by his visit and It included the najnes of Acting Secretary Secretary Charles Hillea of New and t Weeks intentJpns have been j a closely guarded secret since he was Due to his years rnd the nature of the attack there general feeling in army at the time that he not return to his desk and have been indications that hers of his family have urged to abandon his NEWBERG COMPANY PAYS Eddy and vocal solo by Miss accom panied by Lelia Willis a song the mens and a saxaphone and piano duet by Theresa Seeley I and Carol Stowell as chairman of the evening addedi pleasure to the j Lunch Follows j Following the program the j guests were invited to the social rooms a lovely lunch had j been arranged under the direction of Orve j The room lopked especially Small tables with dainty covers I and bouquet of flowers on each Ford coupe Graham notified Amil Newberg bis Newberg said he would phone the Citizens Mutual Insurance of HowelU which the car was advised Graham also to Howell was reached at and half an hour MK Graham was paid on account t by The auto was found later with five tires horn and hatVj tery gone and fenders brokent The coupe had a gear overhead were the artistic work of the table iVvalves anA numerous Fifty thousand years ago the stars that form the Great Dipper were not arranged as they are but had the form of a COMMITTEE IS NAMED TO PUSH PAVING OF M11 committee to push the M11 pave ment to the Straits of Mackinac bus been named by Secretary John Benkema of the Mnskegon Cham ber of Commerce with the following members Thomas Reed of Shel by Snorsbach of Manistee Arch Marshall of near Lake Stearns of Ludington William Case of Benzonia Bryant of Traverse City Carver of Elk Rapid s Cramer of Charle and Judge Duell of Harbor DANCE Tonight at COLISEUM EcM Fry and his Society Players M ii ANNUAL HARVEST HOME SUPPER of the Methodist Ladies October Supper served from to at the church social Musical program in Survivors Dispute Theory of Heinen idaim No Immediate Danger Signals Apparent Before Shenandoah Disputing the theory of Captain Anton veteran airship that the primary cause of the Shenandoah disaster was a failure of Commander Zachary Lansdowne and the other officers to heed obvious danger two survivors testified be fore the naval court of inquiry I here that no immediate danger sig j nals were manifest until just before the huge craft broke in These survivors were Colonel army air service observ on and Joseph the ships aerolog Anderson said that Heinens whole theory was based upon in adequate and erroneous tion while Colonel Hall said em uhaticallv that had he been in command of the Shenandoah he would have taken no course of ac tion different from that which Qommander Lansdowne Captain Heinens declaration that a drift of tho ship to the right constituted a danger signal that should have been heeded im mediately was contested by both Before this phase of the in quiry was Captain Hein en was recalled for a verification of his testimony and at its cpn clusion the upon his re struck from the record as the statement made yesterday by James chief draftsman at the air that he had told his wife Heinen was a liar and knew he was a liar when he CLASSIFIED AD FINDS TENNANT FOR HOUSE Woodward of 410 nprth Harrison street made use of the new ABC classified sys tem to advertise her house at 409 north Rowe street for After the second insertion the house was rented much to the gratification of both Wopdward and The This new system with its clear and logical arrangement is aiding both advertisers and read to gain desired ends through its John Stoflet and William whp with was a gave the Guests Meet The reception and Rupert Stephens and and helped iresent the guests to the new pas or and his wife and to make all eel at COOLIDGES CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Oct President and Coolidge will celebrate their twentieth wedding quietly hav ing made no plans to observe the day in any unusual They expect to attend church in the morning as they do each Sun and then to remain in seclus ion at the White House until their departure late in the day for Oma where the president on Tues day will address the American Le Boy Is a Little The condition of Albert I he fiveyearold who struck by an automobile Friday allernoon near the Sugar drov showed a little improve ment Saturday Albert is the son of Gnu a widosv living on Will Gensen farm at Sugar Grove Now the season is at hand when papas pocket book go into training tor fall Elephants 40 continue growing for FIRST NUMBER of REDPATH LYCEUM COURSE The American Entertainers at 8 at Simons Season Single Goiter is epidemic f in some parts George Cartier has from where hjr tound his Ford coupe which stolen from in front of the city hall three weeks l A car owned by Joe Novotny was reported stolen Ib wljlK borrowed by friends and ed The car was kept ihe Johnson garage near the iatee Competition heing the life monopoly must be the deatn of i TODAY ONE WA YSTREET From the story by Beale with Ben Anna Mar jorie Livo Life Now Theres no turning back for youth or No living over the things you missed tho iirst Its tho one way street of life that pictured hero in tins story of a woman wno tried to conio back through the years to the love of that and tho story of youth itself and a love that would not bo And Matinee at First evening show at Admission 10 and NEALHART THE LEFT HAND BRAND A talo of the Southwest cattle otr horse thieves and And episode 3 of PLAY BALL Matinee at Admission10c atid Special childrens matinee at Admission   

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