The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 15, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, September 15, 1939
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THE DAILY NEWS^LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 15,1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents "On Borrowed Time" with Lionel Barrymore, Sir Cedric Hardwickc, Beulah Bond! and Una Merkel. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Committees Are Appointed to Arrange Founders' Day Celebration, Sept. 22 At their first meeting for the fall season, 35 members of Lud-1 — Ington lodge No. 87, Rebckahi, OLD HICKORY INN enjoyed a potluck supper, served on Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in I.O.O.F. hall. The supper was served at tables decorated with lovely bouquets of asters and a feature of the evening was the serving of a large birthday cake, honoring those members whose birthday anniversaries July, August and Honorees of this occurred in September, event were Dancing. Music by "Butch!" and The Boys and floor show. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Mesdames Oust Nelson, William Anderson, Nettie Oarlock, John Brockhaus, Henry Underwood, Ernest Wiegren, Justin Wiegren, Fritz Klein, Louis Mottl, J. D. Wallace, Hedwig Treeloff, J. I. Adams, Wili;am Hall, Arthur Swanson, Godfrey Hallberg, Henry MeLsenheimer, Josephine Rockwell, Mary Millwood, Mattie Paulsen, Miss Ellen Johnson and Perry B. Ayers and St. Clair Jury. After the supper, a business meeting was held and a committee, including Mrs. William Jensen, Mrs. Hallberg and Mrs. Garlock, was appointed to arrange the purchase of new curtains for the dining room of the I.O.O.F. hall. A committee was also appointed to meet with a representation from Crystal lodge No. 159, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, to arrange for a celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the local Rebekah lodge, which will occur on Sept. 22. The function will be held at the I.O.O.F. hall and will be participated in by both lodges. The Crystal lodge committee consists of Earl Parker, Fred C. Schroeder and Myron Myers and the Rebekah committee includes Mrs. Earl Parker, Mrs. Emil VanAelst and Mrs. James McKay. The committee in charge of arrangements for the enjoyable supper party was headed by Mrs. Fritz Klein and Mrs. included and Mrs. Emil VanAelst and Mrs. Edwin Moline Fred C. Schroeder. The next meeting of the lodge will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at I.O.O.F. hall. * •* # Year's First Meeting Is Held by Court 745 Twenty-five members of Court Ludington No. 745, Catholic Daughters of America, attended a delightful potluck supper, giv- — —••— v,^ MUCOUIUUO Ui m* en "Wednesday evening at James | Boy Scout troops in regard to Golden hall. the early history of lumbering Following the supper the reg- in this community. The mem- ular business meeting was con-1 bers of the club were apprecia- • •_i. A _a i j-i fft _ i • 1 4-i *.« _.r ii__ ___•. i - Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. Townsend Members Hear Chicago Speaker The regular meetins; of Ludington Townsend club No. 1 was held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the club headquarters in the Masonic building. During the business session bulletins from the national headquarters were read, including one which announced the district rally of all Townsend clubs in the Ninth congressional district, to be held in Ludington on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 24. On this occasion, the meeting of the officers will be called at 1:30 p. m. and the meetins; of the members in general at 3 o'clock. At the conclusion of the business meeting, the program was turned over to Mrs. John Schmock. program chairman, who introduced a "get-acquainted" movement, calling upon each _member present to rise and give his name. The group was then entertained with two vocal duets, "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Let the Lower Light Be Burning." sung by Mrs. Mary Smith and Frank Alexander with a harp accompaniment bv Mr. Alexander. Mr. Engelken, secretary of Townsend club No. 85 of Chicago, was then introduced bv Mrs. .Schmock. The.theme of Mr.-Engelken's interesting talk was the need to .bring 'home to the youth the salient points of the plan. An interesting feature of the program was the showing of a! group of original paintings de-' pictins; early lumbering days on Pere Marquette lake by Jacob Lunde. These pictures were painted by Mr-. Lunde in order to answer the questions of his y. u. w. Ludington branch of the American Association of University Women met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. William E. Rynerson, 501 West Ludington avenue, for its first meeting of the club year. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Rynerson. president, for a short business session which opened with the reading of the previous minutes by Miss Dorothy Fitch, secretary. Miss Grace Thornc was asked to report on her work as chairman of a constitutional revision committee and gave memeographed copies of the branch constitution to each members present. Plans were made for the annual membership reception to be held at the home of Mrs. Frederic Read, 304 North Harrison street. Mrs. Rynerson appointed Mrs. Read as hostess and Miss Lena Christensen as head of a committee in charge of food, decorations and entertainment. Miss 'Christensen will be assisted by Mrs. Reginald Chadwick and Miss Myrtle Silver. After Mrs. Rynerson briefly outlined the program plans for the coming year, the business meeting was adjourned. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and after a social hour the evening was concluded. AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY * * STUD! CLUB ducted by the officers and since it was the first meeting of the tive of the paintiiiKs, not only for their pictorial, but also for **f T» **M VAAl* J.AA OW AlltVLrJ.llg VI UHC » V- V AAV, 1.1. JJl^UWi. 1CX.I, L/U U CtlOU IL'r season, a number of important their historical and educational matters were discussed. Club I value. chairmen and committees were appointed and the calendar of ensuing The next meeting of the club will be held on Thursday evening, Sept. 21, at the courthouse. social events for the year was arranged. It was announced that a glee club and a drama club will be . sponsored by the court this year cllle Hansen, Evelyn Nelsen, and all members were urged to Marie Hansen and the honor participate in these activities. guest, Miss Mallory. Among other business mat- Those unable to be present ters, the court decided to spon- were Mesdames Livingston Sin- sor a benefit card party on j clair, Lloyd Coolman and Wai- Wednesday, Sept. 27, and also a | lace Conklin and Misses Bernice rummage sale on Saturday, Oct. i and Florence Peterson. 7. The proceeds of these affairs will be used to finance redecorating of the kitchen at James Golden hall. At the conclusion of the business session, the meeting was adfburned by motion of the members. # # # Mrs. Gerald Nerheim, 724 East Loomis street, was hostess Wednesday evening to members of the Ludington Junior Child Study club, at the organization's first meeting for the fall season. Mrs. Rose Benson acted as co-hostess at the function. The evening was opened with a brief business meeting conducted by Mrs. Lawrence Carrier, president of the club. In the course of this meeting, a gift was presented to Mrs. Walter Pezet, club member who will leave Ludington shortly to make her home in Grand Rapids. At the conclusion of the business session, the speaker for the evening, Miss Melita Graf Hutzel of the state department of health, was introduced by Mrs Emmet Taylor. The members of the club-enjoyed Miss Hutzcfe interesting talk on the topic of social hygiene and afterward participated in a lively discussion, led by the speaker, on the topic. At the close of the evening, delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses. Lovely flowers decorated the rooms and a color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the luncheon decorations and in the dainty favors. Guest of the club at this meeting was Mrs. Paul Schott The next meeting of the group will be held at the home of Mrs. Albert Vogel, 603 North Rowe street. BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST—The special evangelistic services being held during these two weeks at Washington Avenue Baptist church will hold the major attention at the church this Sunday, it was announced today by Rev. R. E. Omark, pastor of the church. Miss Irene Murray and Miss Alma Reiber, who are directors of these special services, will have part in the services of the day, beginning with the Sunday school session at 9:30 a. m. and continuing through the morning worship service at 10:45 o'clock and the evening Gospel service at 7:30 o'clock. Those persons who have been attending the services during this past week have reported genuine enjoyment and profit from the ministry of the evangelists. A cordial invitation is extended to all previous attendants and other interested persons to attend the services this Sunday and also those during the coming week. COMMUNITY THE COMMUNITY — The morning worship service at 10:45 o'clock will include the service of Consecration of the church school faculty. Rev. Paul Haskell Clark will preach the sermon on the topic, "The leaching Church." The service of music will include the solo. "That Sweet Story of Old," by West, sung by Mrs. R. L. Vorce and the organ selections, "Jerusalem the Golden" by Stark, "Shepherd's Pipes" by Harris and "Marche Romaine" by Gounod, played by Miss Mary Elizabeth Vorce. The church school rally and Promotion day service will be Wesleyans Will Hold Guest Night The first meeting for the fall season of the Weslcyan Service guild of First Methodist church will be held Tuesday evening, Sept. 19. at 7:30 o'clock in Hudson parlors. At this time the organization's regular guest night will be observed. The devotional service will be led by Mrs. George Hollick, while Mrs. Carrie Corbett and Mrs. M. H. Kelly will have charge of the study program. The social hour, to follow the meeting, will be under the direction of Miss Barbara Fitch. Hostesses of the evening will be Miss Zulieme Cozine, Miss Viola Mallory. Miss Lillian Evans and Miss Mildred Smith. held at 9:30 a. m. in the church auditorium. The awarding of certificates of promotion will take place at this time. All parents of students in the school are urged to be present. There will be a Young People's service with worship and i discussion at 6 o'clock in the I evening. I EVANGELICAL j EVANGELICAL FREE—At the ! 10:45 o'clock morning worship i service, the subject of Rev. Nich! olson's sermon for Sept. 17 will I be "Power of the Holy Spirit." j At the 7:30 p. m. evening ser; vice, Rev. Nicholson will speak j on the subject -"Isaac on the I Altar." I The Sunday school will con- ,>venc at 9:30 a. m. and there will 1 be a Young People's meeting at 6:45 p. m. Everyone is invited to attend these services. LUTHERAN ! BETHANY LUTHERAN — For ! the sermon at the 10:30 o'clock I morning divine service, Rev. i John Christensen has chosen the topic, "Christ, Cure for | Anxiety." I It is announced that there i will be no service in the church ! on Sunday, Sept. 24, due to the I fact that Rev. Christensen will . at that time attend the district conference, to be held at Gray; ling. : The Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. m. and Rev, Christensen will address the classes on < the topic, "The Seeking Savior." i All members and friends of the church are invited to at•• tend these services. i ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN — i The annual mission festival will ( be observed at St. John's Luth- I eran church on this Sunday. i Special mission services have j teen arranged and guest speak- I era will occupy the pulpit at ; these services. i The day will begin with a ser| vice in German at 9:30 a. m. i This will be followed by an Eng- .„ i lish service at 11 a. m. and at 1 I I* * i #- both services Rev. L. List of Se- toawaing will preach the sermon. The children of St. John's Christian day school will sing special music at the English morning service. The usual Sunday school session will be held at 10 a. m. Another mission service, also in English, will be held in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. C. Coellner of St. John's will preach at this service. A selection by the choir will be a feature. The noon meal will be served at the church by the members of the Ladies' Aid society. Members of the church planning to have dinner at the church are asked to notify Mrs. Arthur Wilson. The public is cordially invited to attend all of these services. METHODIST BETHANY METHODIST—Rev Erling Edwardsen has chosen as , the topic of the first service of ihis fourth year as pastor of Bethany Methodist church "The Church on the March." The sermon on this topic will be preached at the regular 10:45 o'clock morning worship service on Sunday, Sept. 17. A special service of music will include two anthems, sung by the choir, a saxophone solo played by Warren Abrahamson and organ selections, played by Mrs. Eskel Olson. At the 7:30 o'clock evening service. Rev. Edwardsen will speak on the topic "Christ, Our Leader." 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