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Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1926, Ludington, Michigan Price three county meeting is held with keen interest shown by speaker tells hearers they can continue to learn in Harmony and Hamlin Granges were represented at the county Grange meet ing held saturday afternoon at the Baptist deep interest was manifested in the address Given by miss Jennie Buell and the she Drew in reply to her what is the most important thing in the Grange in your the an Swers varied ranging from eats and including sociability and lecture hour eats Are the which seem to loom so Large at most Grange the speaker showed to be important adjuncts to the by questions and answers a line of conduct Likely to promote sociability Between Granges was suggest following the lines of Hospital Ity and Courtesy shown to a guest in the of the opportunities opened by miss Buell said if any of you have gone through life with a scar on your heart be cause you could not have the Edu cation that you Wake up and realize that you Are in line for continuing that your Grange is a school in which you continued on Page column former local woman Dies at Detroit word was received Here yester Day noon of the sudden death yesterday morning of John Mel Len at her Home in who was a Niece of of East Ludington was formerly miss Mary Abbott of this City and within re cent years had visited relatives and friends she leaves to mourn her untimely death her husband and four and a who is a teacher in the Pontiac Public Loper defies wealthy miss Jennie Buell appeals to mothers to keep receptive of Offil postmaster Sherman asks Rural residents to Aid appeals to Farmers to keep roads open to maintain concerted Campaign in 30 counties to Start on february 16 at the meeting of tie Board of directors of the farm Bureau Fol lowing the annual meeting held Friday afternoon it was voted to put on a membership Cam which will be carried on in 30 counties in the state atthe same beg raping with Farmers wife at Lansing february and when a conference will be had with the farm Bureau delegates and the state an Active line of work will be carried k no paid no paid workers Are to except a general farm Bureau members will carry on this under the direction of state men and trained county the weeks of March 29 to april will be weeks of general county the week of april 1217 will be preparatory week and a general publicity schedule the week of is training school for county Man the week of april there will be county farm Bureau Board meetings at Central May 3 to 7 there will be Gener Al rally four to six in each May rally meet May group meetings to Complete teams and township conference at May 22 there will be a Confer ence at Lansing of the various county leaders from the 30 coun ties putting on the with the continued on Page column loan association elects officers annual meeting of the free soil farm loan association tuesday resulted in the officers and directors holding Over for another the officers Are vice assistant Pearl directors Are Arthur Henry Homer the loan committee is composed of route Scottville Larson and Appeal to the Rural residents of the county for cooperation for bet Ter mail service is made through the news by postmaster John regular service into the postal Rural divisions surrounding Ludington has been hampered by the Lecent cooperation is the Rural Carrier in Many cases has not been Able to completely serve his route because of the conditions of the he has had to turn Back because the roads were not cooperation of the Rural residents would have pre vented we have been Able to Render Al most Complete service during the past week despite the weather con postmaster Sherman told the we need the assistance of the Farmers to improve it when such conditions Snow is serious in Northern counties like ours i he Snow blockade is a serious problem for Rural the Rural roads must be in Good condition and maintained thus if Good continued on Poge column each school of City contributes number to splendid Oriole Hall was the scene of a wonderful meeting Friday after noon when members of the six Parons clubs of the delegations torn the French and Marchido schools and Many visitors making an audience of about 600 Itte decl the annual Union patrons As the crowd assembled the Walla of the auditorium rang with rollick no furnished by the Lud no ten High school Rasmussen Chris president of the Pere Marquette presided Over the announcing first a Welcome song and Drill by Little girls of stanislaus the perfection attained by hese children in rhythm and in the intricate evolutions of their Drill was remarkable and reflected great credit upon themselves and their miss Bess Labelle of Lakeview school followed with a Fine the Story of a Man who had climbed Heights of learning and Fame largely through the efforts of his self sacrificing but had left her far youth and Beauty gone in the Long Drudgery of the Longfellow pupils chorus numbers by eighth Grade boys and girls of Longfellow school were enjoyed for both the Fine music and the appearance of the their patriotic appropriate to the approaching Lincoln and Washington anniversary were Given under the capable direction of their Jeannette the contribution from Simons patrons club was a group of Orch continued on Page column Pupil of Simons school succumbs at Paulina Stearns Ludington team is Winner of held Friday local debaters need but two More Points to be in elimination dropped from Yale University because of his marriage to Doris con nors of new Austin Rno Curtis with Bride has resisted All efforts of his wealthy family to make him leave his pretty Snow removal problems Are worry to Marshall costello by Stanley Muskegon Heights bowed before Ludington when Oriole debaters won a two to one judges decision in the held in the Southern City Friday it was with not a Little trepidation that the local affirmative team approached this for Only once before in four years has Muskegon Heights lost a hence its High school held the Best rec Ord in Western members of the local which proved Al together too much for the Heights was composed of har Riet Charles Ferguson and Maurice the debate was completely a the Case of the Heights team was very but it was not what the locals had anticipated it would they fought their Way step by and in the rebuttal satisfactorily answer Amber boy is prominent realtor of Muskegon son of and John Leafstrand of Amber was elected a director and Secretary of the Muskegon county real estate Board at a meet ing held in Muskegon who is 26 years of is believed to be the Young est Man to hold the position of Sec teary and director of a real estate Board in he started in the real estate business in Muskegon in 1921 and is now one of the most prominent realtors in lire hound line adds equipment to insure traffic Shelby Man is taken by officers in dry raid prosecuting attorney Earl pug sheriff George Cummings and Deputy sheriff Kelly com posed a raiding party which entered the Home of Charles Houghton of Shelby Friday securing Complete 50 Gallons of Mash and two Gallons of alleged Moon Shine who is 72 years o was placed under arrest and taken in custody by the saturday morning he was arraigned before Justice Fleming o Shelby where he waived Examina Tion and was bound Over to circuit his bail was fixed at which he was unable to furnish duet his advanced h was Given his Freedom on Deposit o f 160 Cash Orval Albert succumbed to pneumonia at Paulina Stearns Hospital Friday at mid he was a son of and Albert Faubert of 711 East Dow land Street and was a Pupil of the eighth Grade of Simons underwent death had no scruples in taking this who faced it unafraid and in realization that the restless Energy of his youth would at last e the Young Man took sick wed essay thursday he underwent an operation for appendix itis at Paulina Stearns he operation was a in battled the fever with the Zeal youth but was weakened from he effects of the operation and Lis fight was a losing he besides his a age and Ber a nine years he Vaa born april in this the body was removed to the Torrison funeral Home Friday night and taken saturday to the Resi Lence of the funeral a will not be made until Ivord is received from loved by the death of Orval Faubert continued on Page column Lanphier to take flight to pole commanding officer of Sel fridge Field granted leave of finance committee orders report of House measure to Senate republicans and democrats on the finance committee compromised their differences on tax reductions today and ordered by unanimous vote a report of the House Revenue Bill to the Senate with considerable the which involved principally further reductions in the surtax rates and repeal of the inheritance the total reductions provided by the House measure for this year from to and cleared the Way for Early passage of the Bill by the to report Bill to chairman Smoot said he would report the measure to the Senate on tuesday but would hold up its consideration for a couple of Days at if the cloture Rule was invoked to permit an Early vote on the world spokesmen of the two parties in he Senate expressed satisfaction with Compromise and declared a Inal vote on the Bill by the Senate Tarly in february was almost cer the agreement came suddenly and the committee concluded its consideration of the Bill in a Cor dial establishes new ending its work with two weeks after the Bill was first taken the committee established a new record in the consideration of Rev Enue further reduction of surtax rates applying on incomes Between 00 and repeal of the inheritance tax restoration of the present alcohol levies which the Louse had voted to Cut in half agreement on House action for re pealing the gift new major Thomas com manding officer of Selfridge and Leader of the army Pur suit has been granted a four month leave to join the de troit aviation society trans Polar flight in the Captain George who will command the in making the announcement said major Lanphier had been associated with him from the Start in draw ing but that his connection with the flight had not been made Public until it was certain the Nee Essary leave would be major Lanphier will not join the expedition As an official army of but As an unofficial observer and advisor at Point the starting because he will still be an army he cannot he Given a Post of command within the expedit Captain Wilkins it is that he will take the control of one of our air planes for several of the flights in Case new land is discovered he will be asked to claim it for the United 31 he has been commandant of self Ridge Field since appropriation for Custer Scottville stretch is commissioner not allowed to Transfer funds for this bad Snow removal on the state High ways in Mason county is not the Only problem facing county Road supervisor Marshall rotary King 1925 was believed to Mark the end of the worries of the county Road com each Section has but supervisor costello has be Tore him the problem of operation of the big rotary plow arrival of the no plow Early in Bills for farm Relief proposed farm Relief legislation continued to claim considerable attention to Day in direct government control of Grain and other products was pro posed in a Bill introduced in the Senate by senator re pub North and one presented in the House by representative though both measures Are intended to relieve the Farmer of violent Price fluctuations and to insure Sale of surplus fraziers Bill would appropriate to create a Federal agricultural marketing Board to handle wheat and representative Littles proposal seeks to set aside for a revolving fund to be used by the government to establish bonded store wheat in them and fall it at Home and at prices calculated to bring the growers fair Burton Shaw endorses Littles stand for birth gives stirring talk before women literary club of voicing a Strong plea for every american boy and to be born Well and Bent Well and endorsing Littles stand for birth control As one of the Means to this probate judge Burton Shaw delivered a stirring address on the american Home and its youth before the women literary club of Pentwater Friday someone has the nearest spot to heaven in the world is a Happy judge Shaw said in suppose outside this Vil Lage and planted on some Eminence or Hill should be a Battery that would level its guns and every hour Send a Shell through some How Long until our Beautiful Village would be a mess of debris he scores liquor there Are batteries even More dangerous known As the liquor the gambling continued on Page column Bethany quartet to sing at today services services in the Bethany Metho dist episcopal Church will be held this morning at and this evening at selections by the Bethany quartet will be Given in the morning and also in the this quartet is composed of Arthur Harry Elmer Anderson and Albert Ander these men have Fine voices which blend to the satisfaction of Mason county residents and the state Highway the Fly in the of two Champion Blade Type similar the one in use on the City late in 1925 was made by the county Road commissioners to expedite Snow re Moval on the county ill from the Oceana county line to Creamery Corners must be cleared of Snow and maintained for traffic by the county Road supervise for this he is allowed by the state Highway department for the entire this is per the stretch from Creamery Corn ers into Ludington and the tar roads on ill Between Ludington and Scottville Are in another Sec font iced on Page the for Ludington and Vicinity Sun Day increasing cloudiness prob ably followed by Snow colder fresh Southwest winds shifting to the Sun vises at and sets at mean temperature for the past week at Ludington 24 which is about rather cold in week but mild at beginning and total precipitation of an one Day was partly Cloudy and 6 were highest wind velocity 46 Miles from the Southwest on the a slight disturbance was Central saturday morning Over Western Lake Superior and a More pronounced disturbance was in the extreme pressure was High Over Atlantic and Southwest Ern states and Over Nevada and no precipitation was reported except for Light amounts in the extreme Southeast and far temperatures continue generally about Normal or somewhat de every Contention set the by the stated that it was without a doubt the Irest rebuttal Ever made by a local a prominent feature employed by the Ludington speakers was a which displayed in colors the exact conditions of child labor in the United Maurice Tallefson came through splendidly in his constructive speech and was especially Good in Charles Ferguson was the outstanding speaker of the whole his whirlwind rebuttal was very Harriet Rodes analysing constructive continued on Page column experts make examination to determine cause of fatal to chief of the West Virginia department of mines spent today examining 8 mine of the Jamieson Coal Coke at in an Effort to de Termine the cause of the blast which on thursday night Cost the lives of 19 a final Check shows 20 escaped after having been Enton bed More than 18 the Coroner has named a jury to sit at an inquest which will be held after examination of the mine has been completed by the the investigators said affected an area about a mile it was prevented from going into the far reaches of the they by a wide water it was prevented from coming outward to the Shaft because the just previous to the had been thoroughly sprinkled for some distance District mine inspector Evan Griffith of Clarksburg explained usually Gas and dust explosions travel fuzz like throughout the in this Case the explosion was localized because of water at the main entry and farther Back in the the 19 men who met death were working in the dry area and were killed by open highways Boon to West Ern Michigan Ludington has preferential supplementing its big 28foot steel which has thus far been so successful in keeping ill open for daily traffic Between Lull Egton and the Grey hound line has recently added to to Winter service equipment two new steel Wausau truck these plows Are Stana 42 inches in have a seven oot sweep and operate at from 20 o 30 Miles an they Are attached to the front of a regular greyhound new plow Here one of these new plows made us initial appearance in Ludington having covered the Dis Tance from Muskegon at the rate of 25 Miles an it is designed for use in Light snows at times when Speed is an important Factor in Clearing the it is said the initial tests have proven highly one of these Wausau plows will be used on the luding ton division and one on the Fremont the big 28foot propelled by a ten ton Holt proved a sensation during the recent Decem Ber it rolled aside All continued on Page column Lovely pictures shown at luding Toifl Librae House authorizes of terms with five Pean United states will approximately 3 from War the War debt agreement eat and Czecho involving proximately were proved today by the Bouse in by adopting resolutions to Orize acceptance of the commended by the american the House dispose the last of the tinted during the that Italy having been approved yest provide for As sent to the Senate All agreements provide for a a 62year thei a 62year including the Ian debt the United states Wil chive approximately from the six War Loans of the 19 War Loans to foreign settlements with great continued on Page column my k fort nine pictures Jackson Are on exp Jeff i in ton Public Library from 2 to 5 Oclock this afternoon and front noon until closing time tuesday and included in the French the japanese pictures Wera collection Are and american House discusses Resolution to appropriate to pay delegates the to reach a vote on a Resolution to appropriate to defray expenses of american delegates to a preliminary disarmament Confer ence at it will be in order again drafted at the request of presi Dent Coolidge to permit acceptance of an invitation from the league of nations to attend the the resolutions was endorsed by a continued on Page column Dorrell funeral Home gets limousine Hearse water can not be Hamilton gets position with Bank examiners Ivan Teller at the first National Bank for the past five will leave the first of february to accept a position with the state Board of Bank examiners at Hamilton will continue to reside in Ludington if he has not been informed to what District of the state he will be assign Loren graduate of the Ludington High class of has been selected to fill the Whittier paid for his by making slippers at 25 cents faculty of High school present safety first by Stanley the members of the cast of safety to be presented by the Ludington High school have put in Many hours of practice took up but ailed Stimson arrived in the City saturday afternoon with a Studebaker limousine Hearse for the Dorrell funeral it Cost approximately the Beautiful new car was seen the Kann Agency in its new quarters at 214 South James the car was driven from South Little Videan girl Dies in grand rapids Edgar Ward of 410 North ferry Street has received word of the death of her Grace the Little Twoy Earold daughter of and Hayden Videan of grand formerly Rof Ward will leave monday morning for grand painted in 1920 when Jacoc Oon made a nine months in that fascinating the sum Mer of 1923 she spent in the quaint peasant Village of Cote the White plastered cot tages with their red tile roofs stained by Lichen and Moss made Beautiful subjects for her the american pictures Are mostly of new England Many of them were painted in in almost All of miss Jacksons pictures she has introduced figures giving vivacity t6 the she uses at times a full Brush but her color is invariably Clear and Fresn and is Laid on with both ease and miss Jackson is a member of the society of Washington the Washington water color the plastic club of the new York water color club Ana the National association of women painters and Senate circles w tribunal out of Way to cuss tax Cut a move to invoke cloture a a i world court Issue so As to get out of the Way speedily to my Way for the tax reduction to Obj eloped late today in Senate us some of those movement said the Effort Tol debate to one hour for one might be made j thirds majority be to make the cloture Rule this subject was disc Day in the finance commit a number of members Aten under the Aoji that some opponent o the might undertake to sat it the court on Tiffe some democratic senators Are identified with the d they conclude the laying tactics have been res to by opponents and that the ate should act on a matter i has been pending for nearly 4th Ward business me didst endorse Blue by in regard to sunday Dan the fourth Ward business association has the question was drought Foj banquet of the association i Day night in a question Box ing if sunday dancing were i shed could other things the event was social affair and no action taken on any this association is organize create a better spirit among1 business men of the fourth and to Aid not organized for political see the culmination of their this is the first dramatic production of the High school to be presented in the new a Fine musical program will accompany the these selections will be provided by the High school the entire program includes Flag of truce by Laurendeau and National Honor by High school act room in jacks Home in the suburbs of a Large this act tells what happened to March Milt Taire by High school act same month this act tells what happened to Jack and United Liberty by Over the songs of the school or act Bridgers three weeks this act tells what happened to Mary dancing dolls by school to dress one of the most celebrated film actresses for the screen is said to Cost something like a theatre today see just a woman with cow a y Tearle Claire Windsor Percy msgr not and All Star cast women who love to and women who love and forget to some its just another flirtation be then to others it Means All that can heres a Piet but that probes a drama big enough to bring a tear to the Eye and happiness to your matinee admission Loc and tomorrow Artacor in his newest photoplay the circus Cyclone a Blue Streak Western and episode 8 of sunken Silver matinee at special child Lens matinee at admission Loo and

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