The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 18, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Monday, September 18, 1939
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1939. SOCIETY Miss Helen Siedler Weds Alfred Larsen, Bouquets of lovely summer flowers formed a setting Saturday afternoon for the ceremony •which united in marriage Miss Helen E. Siedler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Siedler of 203 East Court street, and Alfred A. Larson, son of Andrew Larsen cf 510 Fifth street. The v- ! ws were read at 4 o'clock in the parsonage of Bethany Lutheran church, Rev. John Christensen officiating. Only the immediate families of the couple and a few intimate friends were present at the simple service. Miss Dorothy Lund and Earl Jensen attended the couple as bridesmaid and groomsman. The bride was charming in a princess gown of teal blue chiffon velvet, fashioned with a shirred bodice and long semi- full skirt. Small rhinestone clips marked each side of the sweetheart neckline and the sleeves were short and puffed. Her flowers were talisman roses and baby's breath, tied into an arm, bouquet with blue tulle. Miss Lund, as bridesmaid, wore a floor-length gown of old rose taffeta, made in princess style with a V-neckline and a ruffle at the hemline of the full skirt. She carried an arm bouquet oi pink asicrs and delphinium, tied with harmonizing rose tulle. Mrs. Siedler chose for her daughter's wedding a street- j length afternoon dress of crepe j in grapewine shade. Her ac- j cesssories were black and shej wore a corsage bouquet ofj small flowers in pastel shades. Early in the evening, a wed- ; ding supper, arranged oy Mr and I Mrs. Siedler and Mrs. Harry | Larsen, aunt of the groom, was served at the Larsen home at 306 Sixth street. Twenty-five intimate friends and relatives of j the couple were served at a table centered with a beautiful; four-tiered wedding cake, topped j with conventional ilgurines, and! decorated with bouquets of gar-; den flowers. Later, a reception, attended by i 150 persons, was neld at the; Danish hall. Pink, blue and! white streamers decorated the I room and a cluster of white) wedding bells hung above the' table trom which the wedding cake and refreshments were served. Later in the evening, Mr. j and Mrs.-Larsen leftton a week's i wedding trip to Niagara Falls, i For traveling, Mrs. Larsen i chose a black and white ensemble of sheer crepe, combining a black street-length frock and black matching coat, piped in white and accented with a white corsage. Her accessories were black and white arid she wore a black costume hat. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Larsen -will be at home to their friends at 414 East Ludington avenue. Mrs. Larsen is a graduate of Ludington high school of the class of 1937 and has been employed at the Park Dairy company. Mr. Larsen, a graduate of Ludington high school in the class of 1933, is employed on the Pere Marquette Railway car- ferry lines. Put-of-town relatives present for the occasion were Mrs. Henry Heise and daughter, Ruth of West Allis, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Wener Zweisei, Miss Lorraine Zipnick, Reuben Heise and Earl Siedler, all of Milwaukee- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Young of Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tower and sons, Lee and Bernard, of Custer; and Harold Thomas and Delbert Williamson of Lansing. Club Members Enjoy a Picnic at State Park Fourteen members of the Yo- Ad. club of First Methodist church enjoyed a delightful picnic party, held recently at Ludington State park. Supper was served at the park 'picnic area and later the group went to the Lake Michigan beach where a variety of games were enjoyed and singing was participated in around a great bonfire. The committee in charge of arrangements for the event included Miss Margaret Wood- Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Edward G. Robinson in "Blackmail" with Bobs Watson, Ruth Hussey and Gene Lockhart. Also specialty, "News" and "Passing Parade." OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. . H«[, MILIEU Mrs. A. W. Miller, 809 Eas: Filer street, was hostess receni- ly to the members of the Ladies' Arbeiter society, at the regular meeting of the group. During the business session plans were made for a rummage sale to be held on Saturday, Sept. 23. At the conclusion of the business meeting, seven tables of pinochle were enjoyed. First prize was won by Mrs. George Albright and second by Mrs. Harry Stalter. Later in the afternoon, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting of the group will be held on Sept. 27, at the home of, Mrs. Frank Steingraber, 60S North Harrison street. • Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rasmussen entertained .Saturday evening at a delightful buffet supper in honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Dowling of Grand Rapids. Bouquets of garden flowers decorated the rooms of the Rasmussen cottage at lower Hamlin lake, where the supper was held. Guests of the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Asii- backer, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Cartier, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wilde, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Miller, Mr. •and Mrs. S. F. Meers, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Olmstead Sr., Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gregory and the puests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Dowling. Michigan Department of Health Lecturer Is in Charge i of Subject A unique social hygiene program was started for students at Ludington high school during the past week by Miss Melita Graf Hutzel, lecturer of the Michigan department of health and chairman of social hygiene of the Michigan congress of parents and teachers, and will continue until Thursday. The policy of including young people in social hygiene' programs is one to be encouraged, Miss Hutzel believes. From her standpoint, the social hygiene program should be a definite phase of the total health education program offered in schools. Purpose of the program. Miss Hutzel said, is to aid youth, through instruction and an adequate guidance program, in the development of his sense of responsibility for his physical, mental and social health; to guide youth in facing and solving his urgent problems of personal and social living so that he will do more intelligently the things he will be doing anyway. The program is being presented to the girls and boys in both mixed and separate groups. Thursday was devoted to discussing boys' and girls' problems with mixed classes from the Twelfth and then the Eleventh grade. Friday morning was devoted to Eleventh and Twelfth grade boys with a series of private conferences in the afternoon. Students are free to ask any questions they wish either at the group sessions or private conferences. The program will continue in the same fashion next week, with girls and boys of each class meeting in a mixed group first and then later separately. Private conferences will be held three times this week. Some of the factors discussed by Miss Hutzel are physical fitness of youth, awareness of danger in attempting self- medication, study of hygiene on a functional basis from kindergarten up. guidance in social relationships and their relationship to social conduct and consequences, social opportunities and other vital factors. Personality and character development are also discussed soundly. Self-control is mentioned in all matters that confront youth but decisions are left entirely for youth to make for itself. Youth's entire social life is discussed. The program Miss Hutzel is conducting is. she believes, broad enough to satisfy the requirements of both adults and boys and girls. A program for youth stimulates thinking and activity for their own age group and, she believes, contributes directly to the development of IPENTWATER THEATRE i I Modernly AIR-CONDITIONED TONIGHT and TUESDAY, Sept. 18, 19 2 Matinees Sunday, 3 and 5 SOCIAL CALENDAR TODAY—Any girl interested in bowling is invited at attend a meeting at 7:15 o'clock this evening at the smith's Recrea- i tion alleys. ' t Ludington Beta Psi of Beta IfMgma Phi will meet at 7 I o'clock this evening at the Ho- lel Stearns. Leveaux post No. 2409, Veter- I aus of Foreign Wars and auxiliary will 'neet this evening at 18 o'clock. The post will meet at Win.j school, East Ludington avenue, and the auxiliary will meet in the D. A. V. coach behind the city hall. Tne auxiliary of Edwin H. Evving post No. 76, American Legion, will hold a potluck supper this evening at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Amuel Baltzer at Hamlin lake. All members are invited to attend and are askecl to meet at Taggart's corner at 6:30 p. m. Each lady is asked to "bring her own table service. Members are also reminded not to forget their hospital auxiliary dues. Today through Friday there will oe Evangelistic services at Washington Avenue Baptist church under the direction of Miss Alma Reiber- and Miss Irene Murray, at 7:45 p. m. There will be a special official board meeting of Bethany Methodist church at 8 o'clock this evening in the church parlors. TUESDAY _ Th.- Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist church will hold its first meeting of the active season at 7:30 p. m. in Hudson parlors and will observe guest night. Hostesses will be Misses Zulieme Cozine, Viola Mallory Lillian Evans and Mildred Smith. Devotionals will be conducted by Mrs. George Hollick and Mrs. Carrie Corbett and Mrs. M. H. Kelly will take charge of the social program Miss Barbara Fitch will be in charge of the social program There will be a regular" evening sen-ice at 7:45 p. m. at tne Pentecostal assembly of God. The Young People of Bethany Lutheran church will meet at 8 p. m. at the church. The Women's Foreign Missionary society of Bethany .Methodist church will sponsor a potluck supper at 6:30' p m in the church parlors Circle 1 of St. John's Lutheran church will meet at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at the church hall. Each member is requested to bring a guest. St. Simon's Altar society will meet at 2:15 p. m. at James Golden hall. WEDNESDAY — The prayer meeting of Undenominational social responsibility, initiative and self direction. Miss Hutzel was guest speaker last Thursday night at the regular weekly meeting of Ludington Rotary club, explaining the nature of her work amonj students. 'Christian church will be held at 7:30 p. m. i The Church of Nazarene will hold its weekly prayer meeting ,at 7:30 p. m. at the church. ; A testimony meeting will be held at the First Church of Christ, Scientist, at 8 p. m. I The Young People of Evangelical Free church will hold a program service at 8 p. m. at the church. The General Ladies' Aid of First Methodist church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at Hudson parlors. The Southeast division will act as hostess. The Community church Women's society will meet at 2:30 p. in. at the churchhouse. Devotionals will be lead by Mrs. McCarthy. The missionary study for the fall and winter season will be introduced by Rev. P. H. Clark and Mrs. C. B. Jagger. Mrs. Gebhardt will act as hostess. The Philathean circle of the Community church will meet a*- 7:30 p. m. at the home of Iviiss Rosellu Kraft, 508 North Rath avenue. The Badminton section of the Community church Men's club will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the churchhouse.^ The mid-week service of Bethany Methodist church will be held at 7:40 p. m. at the church. The Lakeview Buncc club will meet at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Joseph Albrecht, at Creamery Corners. The regular meeting of Washington camp No. 542, Royal Neighbors of America, will be held at 7:30 p. m. at I.O.O.F. hall. A social hour will follow. The Junior Ladies' Aid society of Emanuei Lutheran church will resume its meetings, after the summer vacation, at Luther hall at 2:45 p. m. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mrs. J A. Landin and Mrs. Edward Carlson will be co-hostesses at the meeting. Since this is the tirst meeting of the fall season, a good attendance is desired THURSDAY — Mrs. R. L. Stearns of Lake Shore drive will open her home and garden a: 3:30 p. m. to members of the Mason County Garden club at a garden tea. Ludington Townsend club No. 1 will meet at 8 p. m. at the courthouse. The Evangelical Free church prayer and praise service and Bible study will be held at 7:30 p. m. The fall meeting of the Mus- kcgon association of Congrc- «Uional churches will be held at 10 a. m. at Fremont. The prayer meeting of Free Methodist church will be held at 7:30 p. m. An Evangelical service will be held by the Salvation Army at 7:30 p. m. The clioir of First Methodist church will rehearse at 7 '30 i ;>- m. in the church, i FRIDAY—The first meeting !of the Lakeview school Parenti Teacher association will be (held at 3 o. m. at the school. Crystal lodge No. 159, Jnde- penci'Mit Order of Odd Fejlow.s, ar.d Lucltnfrtou lodge No. 87. Re-' : bekahs, will join in celebrating ; the anniversary of the founding of the local lodge this eve- ning. The cottage prayer meeting of Undenominational Christian church will be held at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, North Harrison street. There will be an evening worship service at 7:45 p. m. at the Pentecostal Assembly of God. The choir of Bethany Lutheran church will rehearse at 7 p. m. Choir rehearsal will be held at 7:30 p. m. at Bethany Methodist church. The Parent-Teacher association of Longfellow school will meet at 3 p. m. at the school Miss Melita Graf Hutzel will be guest speaker. The mothers of the Eighth grade students will be hostesses at this meeting. Circle 3 of St. John's Lutheran church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the Home of Mrs Oscar Swanson in Victory. Members are asked to meet at the home of Mrs. Pat Peterson, 403 North Rowe street, at 2 ,p m Freesoil Mr. and Mrs. Henry Orinnell are placing a new roof on their Freesoil residence. Rev. J. H. Rayle has been suffering for a week with a lame back. Mrs. Loyal Bagley and children of Sherman visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Tobey, Friday. The children remained for the week-end. Freesoil was well represented j each day of the Western Mich- ' igan fair. Many from here at- ' tended. Among those attending Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tubbs, Mr. and; Mrs. Cecil Lydic, Lloyd Tubbs and Carol Hunt. CAUGHT COLD? 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