The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on May 17, 1947 · Page 8
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»Vt EIGHT THE^DAILY:NEWS, LUDINGTON/ MICHIGAN SATURDAY;-MAY 17, 1947 PENTWATER MRS. LEONORE P. WILLIAMS Pentwater Representative of The News Galahad Club Has Initiation and the Boys' Glee club. Members of the cast voted to turn the proceeds from a free will offering, which will be taken, over to the new school fund. Boys of Pentwater Sir Galahad club participated in impressive initiation ceremonies at St. James' Episcopal church Thursday afternoon and later, joined by their parents enjoyed a potluck supper and program of en- tainment in the parlors of Methodist church. The Rev. Mr. William P. Richardson Jr., vicar of St. James , directed the initiatory service for the three degrees, five boys being initiated as Lads, five as Pages and 13 in the Esquire degree. This ceremony requires preparation on the part of the boys in that they must know the complete story of Sir Galahad and the Knights of the Round table, on which ideals of the club Is founded. While no denominational lines are known yet one of the requirements for membership in the club is regular attendance upon the church of their parents' choice by all boys. Crafts and projects are similar to the Boy Scouts and the two organizations work in complete harmony. '.;•• Dinner at the Methodist church was arranged by a group of club mothers, appointed by Donald Ginther, Galahad president. Mrs. J. M. Lovett, Mrs. Orville Dew, Mrs. William Denton, Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Collins Grewer and Mrs. Max Cory composed the supper committee. Mrs. Robert Maynard was in charge of table decorations. A large replica of Sir Galahad centered the speaker's table and small shields bearing the club motto were used as placecards. Red candles in crystal holders were used to complete the table appointments. Alan Stancnneld presided as toastmaster over the program. The Rev. Mr. Richardson spoke briefly of the aims and purposes . of the club which as a national organization is now celebrating its 50th anniversary. Vocal solos were rendered by Jimmie Muas and Raymond Parnell and Kenneth Simms played a cornet solo. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. H. James Birdsall sang a vocal duet and David Denton and Ray Dumas entertained with a taoxing'match, resulting in^ a draw. Pupils Will Present Tom Thumb Minstrel A Tom Thumb minstrel show will be presented by Junior high pupils of Pentwater school under direction of Mrs. M. A. Chaffee at a meeting of Pentwater Parent-Teacher association Tuesday evening, at the school. -, Those taking part in the show are Russell March, Robert Cory Catherine Hepworth, Ellen I filamer, Kenneth Simms, Fred Immer, Patricia Fisher, Gretha Immer, Bessie Taylor and Faye IVanBrocklin. Special numbers will be given bv gaily Brechblel Board of Review Meets Next Week Pentwater village board of review will be in session at Community hall Monday and Tuesday for examination of the tax assessment roll for 1947. John A. Mcllquham is village assessor. ter Hallie Rose are expected this week-end from Sarasota, Fla., to spend,the summtr with Mrs. Sword's mother, Mrs. Rose Sculley. ' USS OKLAHOMA FINALLY SINKS (Continued rrom Page 1> Oklahoma as junk for $46,000 and planned to begin reducing her to scrap in Juno. 'Behave Yourself* Yanks Told Before Going to Sydney SYDNEY—(/PI—While a navy band played the Australian folk song "Waltzing Matilda,"' the flattop Shangri-La, nosed into — .—. _ Wolloomooloo pier today and an ;r to scrap in Juno. ... _ Q ihour later several thousand Only this week Joseph Moore, , yan k s _ warne d that they were Sr., head of the concern receiv- E00 dwill tour and to I ed word a delegation of nearly Plans Are Made for Sale and Tea Woman's guild of St. James' Episcopal church made plans for a rummage sale at their meeting this week at the home of Mrs. E. F. Kent. The sale will be held at Community hall Saturday, June 7, with Mrs. Chester Eisenlohr as chairman in charge. At the same time afternoon tea will be served in another part of the building. Mrs. Kent is chairman of the tea. 500 persons from Oklahoma, headed by Governor Roy J. Turned, had planned to journey here for a last farewell to the gallant battlewagon named after their state. The Oklahoma and the Nevada, according to "Janes's Fighting Ships," marked a new era in naval construction when they were built. They were the first vessels of tne United States fleet to "embody the 'everything or nothing' idea in the matter of protection," Jane's noted. Displacing 29,000 tons, the Oklahoma had an overall length of 583 feet and a beam of 107 feet. Her fighting complement was 1301 men. on a goodwill tour and to behave themselves—hit for shore. tional Guard, was killed Friday when he fell from a derrick while dismantling the former Grandville plant «f Midwest -Refining Company. Before they were turned loose in Sydney's amusement centers, the men were given a brief talk on moral guidance by the American center and initiated into the mysteries of Australian slang. Sheila, they were told, meant babe; plonk, cheap wine, shivoo, party and bloody beaut, swell. During the ariernoon Rear Adm. Samuel P. Ginder completed a tour of official calls and held a press conference on the flight deck of the Shangri-La* FALL IS FATAL GRAND RAPIDS —(#>)— Herman C. Straub, a war veteran and commander of company K. Gladwin Pilot in Fatal Plunge G L A D W lir^F)—- A pilot, identified by police as Walter J Nunn, 21 of Gladwin, was.killed last night when his plane crashed in to the Tittabawassee river near the Secord dam. Gladwin county Sheriff Arthur Kelly said Nunn was alone in the craft in which he had taken off from Gladwin airport. The plane was recovered two hours after the crash, but police had to drag six hours-before finding Nunn's body. Southwestern Bell Strike Is Settled ST LOUIS —(?)•—The Southwestern Bell telephone strike was settled early today on the basis of a weekly wage increase of approximately $4.42 for all non-supervisory workers but a union statement said picket lines Lifts Martial Law after Formosa Riots NANKING — (IP) — An official dispatch said today that Wei Tao-Ming, new governor of Formosa, had lifted martial law on the island, scene of rioting in February in which 5,000 For- mosans were reported killed. The dispatch said Wei also abolished censorship of mail and reaffirmed the principle of freedom of the press, decreeing that all communications and news organizations would be free of military control. Telephone Workers would be respected. DETROIT— (JP) —Former OPA Administrator Leon Henderson is listed as speaker at the initial meeting of the Detroit chapter of Americans for Democratic Action Friday night. PETOSKEY — (#)— Northern Michigan Indians will, meet here May 23 for a general council on presentation Of claims against the United States government arising from old treaties. 1 ARE YOU FULFILLING THE REQUIREMENTS Pentwater News Briefs Mrs. R. T. Goode has returned from Evanston, 111., where she spent the winter. Miss Carrie E. Mears arrived the first of this week from Evanston, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Collins Gregwer drove Miss Mears' car to Evanston and then accompanied her home. She is temporarily residing at the Lagesen apartment and will shortly open her own home on Rutledge street. Mrs. Chester Walcott of Grand Rapids is spending several weeks with Mrs. G. T. Sands. Mrs. Johanna Manthey spent the Mother's day week-end in Chicago as a guest of her daughters. Mr. and Mrs. George Herrick came from Durand the first of the week to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al Herrick at Pentwater Inn. Try Out New Airliner in Cross-Country Trip BURBANK, Calif.— (IP)— Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, president and general manager of Eastern Air Lines, and a group of eastern newsmen, took off from Lockheed air terminal at 2:06.34 a.m., Pacific Standard time, for Miami, Fla., on a non-stop flight. They encountered early headwinds. At the controls of a new Constellation plane was H. T. (Dick) Merrill, EAL chief pilot. Capt. Rickenbacker flew here last Monday from New York to accept delivery of the first of 14 Constellation transports from Lockheed Aircraft Corp. Russians Study Rain Control MOSCOW — (JP)— A commentator said today in the newspaper Evening Moscow that the idea of halting rain, once believed a fantastic dream, now was approaching reality. Soviet scientists, who already have reported some success in inducing clouds to produce rain, are conducting the new experiments at alia UUIIIIUHIIUCI. ui ^uiii^'a.iijr ik. umun «.wvw_- » 126th regiment. 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