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'PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1939. SOCIETY ^Memorial To First Michigan Trading Post p" • >a IETSHT Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Edward son in "Blackmail" Hussey, Gene Lockhart and Bobs Watson. Also specialty, "Passing Parade" and "News." KOZY .THEATER— Presents "Charlie Chan at Treasure Island" with Sidney Toles, Cesar Romero, Pauline Moore and Sen_ Young. Also "Toyland Casino," cartoon and "Stranger Than Fiction." OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY" INN— Officers for the New Active Year Are Chosen at Meeting Monday Evening The Women's auxiliary of Edwin H. Ewing post No. 7G, American Legion, was entertained Monday evening at the ^cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Amuel Baltzer at Hamlin lake. The meeting was the first of the active season since the summer vacation and was well-attended, it was reported. A delicious potluck supper j was served at 7 .p. m. at small tables centered with bouquets of small fall flowers. : After the supper, the business \ meeting of the evening was j held and plans were made for i the active year. At this time,! ' the new officers for the season < were elected They were: Presi- | RAINBOW GARDENS- dent, Mrs. Wesley Baltzer; first) Roller skating- i vice president, Mrs. T. J. Bar- 1 ber; second vice president, Mrs. 'John Elias; secretary, Mrs. Grace Coleman; treasurer, Mrs. j Earl Schrink; chaplain, Mrs. Theodore Dubrish; historian, ^Mrs. William Tolles; sCrgeant- at-arms, Mrs. Malcolm Gingrich, and executive committee, Mrs. A. E. Johnson, Miss Hanna •Rasmnissen and Miss Blanche McElroy. • 'The installation of officers 'Will take place at the October G. Robin- with Ruth north nnd south trains, closes 12:40 p. m. Eastbound (bus), connecting with north and south trains, closea 5:30 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes 6 p. m. Incoming Meal From south (mail truck) 7:45 a. m. Arrives from enst (train) 10:59 n. m. Arrives from west (train) ....1:02 p. m. Arrives from west (bus) 6:00 p. m. The above monument commemorating the first trading post is erected on the original site of the village of L'Anse on the picturesque shores of Keweenaw Bay in the Upper Peninsula. Buil* of red sandstone and situated in the beautiful L'Anse township park it presents a very striking appearance to Michigan tourists. Its setting is steeped in Indian lore and when recently dedicated over 5,000 people watched a magnificent Indian pageant depicting the "Coming of the White Man to the Land of Hiawatha." Part of the pageant was enacted on the water and the rest on the adjoining lake shore as the spectators watched from a huge natural ampitheatre. The park and the monument were constructed by youth workers of the Michigan National Youth Administration. The inscription on the face of the memorial reads: "This monument marks the site of the first trading post established for the American Fur Trading Company by Peter Crebassa in 1837. This tablet was presented by the students of L'Anse Township schools and the National Youth Administration— 1988." (By HAZEL J. STUART) FERN.—A group of patrons of Fern district met at the Eden townhall recently and , aia discussed transportation of high | derived school pupils with Superinten- ' dent B. T. Hackmuth of Custer. Three plans are provided by the state department of public .instruction. One of these, in| eluding the removal of the | Eighth graders, seems particularly adapted for Fern district. I It provides for a supervised ;way for our high school pupils ; to be transported and gives the I Fern pupils a greater advan- ' tage in instruction. Every pu- •pil would be benefited. First, the enrollment of our i i school is 42; the Eighth grade • i has three students " and" the j [Seventh grade one. The great- I jer number of recitations per' jday occur in those grades. By i their removal the time could be | a polled with the rupt and no sc erate. "If we tried year would we continue it? "No, it is decided each year by the people of the district. _ Could we pay our bus fare individually to you and have Ouster's bus pick up our children ? ,, "No. you must act through the board of your district. Failure of the board to act in this matter deprives the child of this opportunity provided Under this plan, 11 pupils, graders, iool would op- this plan this be obliged to tee appointed includes Wilson, Roy Cable and Flora; table committee Oscar Odean and Mrs. Holly Doris. Chester , Mrs. Edwin Dainty re served at the hour. freshme close c were social in a cost . receives in return $239.25 state aid. The state aid fund is from sales tax. etc., constitutes. , . r.--^.^, are paying a part of this fund in other districts who are taking advantage of this plan an f Fern people are reapirig no benefit themselves. Mohler; refreshment committee, Mesdames Alva Kirkman, Edith Wilson, D. O. Flory, Dewey Kint- r.er and Robert Wittbecker; Bennett School Mary Jane Boyson is attending l- aiv«r»iiV V»irvl-» cnhnnl r.his St. Simon's this high school — S ~ —• — -----»- .....ji*, AT* V.*JMbVAA&V>U I VOr) 1* Q VI f"! U71 I 1 Til n iCP flGT* L*u».i *u L. H. Prowant, Monroe Williams, w ^\ her U nde and aunt, Mr. and Lydla Hissong, Roy Cable and Clara Miller and Misses Verna Prowant and Onnabelle Cable. Mothers and daughters present were Mesdames D. O. Flory, L. Hissong, John Filburn, Q Brower, Clara Miller, Ella Burdick, J. M. Cable, Edwin Mohler and Oliver Reeds and Miss Trulah Garrison and Mrs. Mattox and daughters, Hazel and Mother-Daughter League Meets ; meeting of the auxiliary, to be held at the home of Mrs. Mo- 'gens Larsen, street. Miss Elinor Marie Ohst daughter of Mr. and Mrs John W. Ohst of 335 Sixth street Manistee, became the bride of Earl A. Bachmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gingrich and low by McElroy. The committee in charge the meeting consisted of J. W. Baltzer, chairman; T. J. Barber, co-chairman; sisted by Mrs. Amuel Baltzer, . ; Mrs. Harold Lohner and Earl T. Morrision. * Mrs. __ . . ,i ——•**"•**** **ii, own »_/j. j.vj.1. ciiiu iviia 806 East Melendy H. O. Bachmann of 321 North ! Robert street, at a lovely service . At the conclusion of the busi- | performed at 2:30 o'clock Sun-' , ness meeting a social hour was day afternoon in Trinity Luther- enjoyed and pinochle was ' an church, Manistee ,played. High score for the eve- j The vows were read by Rev J ning was won by Mrs. Malcolm H. Todt, pastor of the church in Gingrich and low by Miss Bess'the presence of more than 250 i friends of the couple. f I Great baskets of pastel gladioli Mrs. I and silver king, against a back- Mrs. I ground of palms, formed a set- as- j ting for the ceremony. I The bride chose a gown of i white sheer chiffon velvet .fashioned simply with long.' slightly puffed sleeves, a tiny pearl embroidered collar and a draped skirt which extended '< into a court train. From her pearl coronet cap fell her lon°- double tulle veil. Her flowers were white chrysanthemums and white baby mums in an arm bouquet. Misses Ruth and Mildred Ohst, The regular board meeting of f st ! rs ° f the bric} e and her at- Ludington Beta Psi of Beta Sig- jtendants, wore identical gowns ma Phi was held Monday eve- ! of moire taffeta in rose and turning at the Hotel Stearns. All j q "°;' se : T . he S°wn.s were made members of the chapter except: ™- shoi u' Wlde rev ered jackets, one were present jsmrred bodices, short puffed At the opening of the meeting ; ^ e yp s a " d ful1 skirts - Mi ss Ruth material on rushing was passed ! Ohst s Bowers were talisman out and plans for the rushing ros ? s Wltn bronze baby mums baby's breath, while Miss Couple Celebrates First Anniversary r dividual .needed. honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Fern school has a Meyers and daughter, Doris, of: er. Ray Sherburn, Oregon, who have been visiting f! " relatives in the county. CUSTER.—The first meeting of the fall months for the Mother- Daughter league of the Brethren church was held at the Leonard Mattox home in South Custer Saturday, Sept. 9. Mrs. L. H. Prowant. president. - x.~ u .v. ut presided at the meeting. A —- remaining i short program was given, Scrip- I grades in which there is an tures being read by Mrs. Mattox j enrollment of 38 and where in-j and daughter, Doris; song, "I attention is most Want to Be More Like Jesus," time would bestow jportunities for him. fine teach- and more better op- and a poem was then given on "Real Home;" a reading "Training Our Little Savages"; and a song, "into Our Homes,"! were enjoyed. The program Common Sense About Constipation If you knew that your constipation was caused by something left out of your food, wouldn't it be just common sense to put that something back? Your trouble may be caused by nothing more than this. For the most common kind of constipation is due to lack of "bulk" in the bowels—you need some food that passes on through the stomach without being digested. Kellogg's All-Bran supplies this. It gives the bowels the bulky mass they need to work properly. And All-Bran also gives them the intestinal-tonic, vitamin B,, which helps restore their tone. Eat All-Bran as a cereal or baked in muffins. But however you eat it, be sure you get some every day. And drink plenty of water. All-Bran is made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Sold by , every grocer. >«^ _* , . Mrs. E. C. Maske, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Kucwara and son of Cleveland, O., returned to their home recently after spending a part of the summer with Mrs. Kucwara's brother. Adoloh Bialik. SEE AND HEAR Misses Rieber and Murray at THE BAPTIST CHURCH TUESDAY TO FRIDAY, 7:45 p. m. Sunday al Regular Service. Everyone Invited. • •*..x. *-**j»-»jtu. AIIC piugrum The cost of transportation is closed by singing "Help Some- 1C n<-t *• »,.... it rr-»l_ ;_?_ . - , . V t r« _.i .. ° " •-* v* 4 * * v. Mr. and Mrs. Erik Vettergren entertained a g; oup of friends at their home at 207 North Harrison street on Saturday evening in celeb'-ation of their first wedding anniversary. i Lovely bouquets of colorful j garden flowers decorated the! rooms of the home guests enjoyed playing and singing. Later in the evening, a de- Time Schedules Mail. Rail, Boat and Bus Pcre Marquette Passenger Trains Wistbound, arrive 11:10 a m Eastbound. leave 12:50 p.' m! Daily, txc.pt Sundays Pere Marrjuette Carferries $25 per pupil. This is paid by the district at the first of the year, but if the Eighth grade is sent the district receives this amount back in state aid with the exception of 13 percent. Some of the questions a^ked Mr. Hackmuth were anthus: is this transporta- jtion_ money to be paid? year, begin- body Today." During the business session, plans were made for the Father- Son banquet which will be held this fall. The program commit- the re-i gift, given season, to be held in October, were discussed. Names of prospective rushees, suggested at , , Mildred Ohst carried Johanna HU1 roses ' yellow chrysanthe- and blue delphinium. , this time, were noted by the co- ;. . director of the chapter MissJ- Both bridesmaids wore coronets Rosella Kraft. I ° f fresh flowers to match their osella Kraft. The main topic for discussion ! bouquets. at the meeting was parliamen- ! Mr. Bachmann was tary procedure, which was outlined briefly by Miss Phyllis Swarthout, appointed by the program chairman to be in charge of the lesson. The subject was then discussed by the members, who raised questions and made additions to the topic, It was brought to the attention of the chapter that the . attended by his brothers, Ervin and Nor- j man Bachmann of Traverse ' City. Ushers were Arnold Ohst ! brother of the bride and Hugo Bachmann. Mrs. Ohst and Mrs. Bachmann wore shoulder corsages of gardenias. During the afternoon, a recep- tio n was held at the Ohst home cipient of a lovely by her friends. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E-kel Olson and daughter. Marjorie; Mr. and Bark and daughter. Helen; Mr and Mrs. Harry Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Anderson, Miss : L , er Edith Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam • "P Peterson of .. California. Otto Albright and Mrs. Bessie Mamtowoc ...... 2.30 a. m.. 2:30 p m Ims Ljavt for Kewaunc-e. | " a ' m ' ps free tuition ur- Call deck bfrice for'daily information. ! tO CustCl . AH boats carry Automobiles. i "The urimary money ! remain in the district etc. . .2:30 a. m". 12:30 p. m.. 4:15 p. m t lie child resides. Arrive from Muskcgon. 4:05 p. m.. 7:35 City. chaes u,,,e for Mus^gon Lmes would where . 11 Muskeaon and Mrs j Ar " v c- from Trav.rse City. ,.„ - k . ' i etc .... 11 '59 a m a. m., 7 p. m. i "Supposing state aid fails m -; and this fund is depleted? "The state would be bank- EAT LAGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, BREAD, ROLLS and PASTRY "Famous for Over 25 Years." Dark Breads Keep You Healthy Swedish Limpa, Rye Graham, Rye, Whole Wheat and F^cialty Breads. LAGESEN DANISH BAKERY G05 S. Washington Avc. r Phone 755 »•»»»»<» ANNOUNCING THAT WE HAVE JUST INSTALLED A NEW REMOTE CONTROL PERMANENT MACHINE Less Heat and Less Time Required! Permanent Waving Actually Made Enjoyable at no Increase in Priced $2.50 $3.00 $5.00 Lu Reed's Beauty Shop Clara Polcin OPERATORS Thelma Edlund 10G N. Robert St. Phone 851 . Wheele: were unable to be present. 6 p. m. : Leave for Baldwin ..". 5:30 p m. i Outgoing Mail Weekdays I "Pepperettes" Club Resumes Meetings "The Pepperettes" club resumed its regular meetings following the summer vacation on Monday evening when Miss Margaret Woodland entertained 407 was this Michigan State Beta Sigma Phi j White crepe paper and clusters °f white and silver bells decorated the arches of the doors and . . ve ar- nu ge bouquets of white gladioli rangements are being made by j wer e used throughout the home some of the board members to ! Refreshments were served from convention is to be held in Muskegon at the Occidental hotel, on Oct. 14 and 15. Tentative ar- attend the convention and the other members were asked to consider attending, with regard especially to early reservation of accommodations. Correspondence from the head of the Muskegon chapter, extending an invitation to Beta psi to attend the convention, and also correspondence from the Beta Sigma Phi Tribune of Bloomington, ill., one of the eight members of the sorority in highest standing throughout the international roster, were reported by Miss Noel Zook, chapter president. Similar reports of correspondence were given " members. During the close of the meet-~ -'---- were made for the a table centered with a beautiful wedding cake and decorated with white gladioli. Twenty-two members of the immediate families were guests at the 6:30 p. m. dinner, served at Hotel Chippewa. The table W? «, ^P° inted entirely i n white with the bride's cake, white flowers and tall tapers. After the dinner, Mr. and Mrs Bachmann left on a two-week wedding trip in the East For traveling the bride wore an aft the group at her home at North James street. Miss Alice Thompson taken in as a member at meeting. An enjoyable evening spent in sewing and at its conclusion, Miss Woodland served a delicious luncheon. At this time, the club presented her with a hostess gift. All members of the club, including Mrs. Louis Snow, Misses Dorothy Rundquist, Helen Peterson, Catherine Hansen, Margaret Gilbert, Doris Olmstead Helen Wagner; the new member. Miss Thompson, and the hostess, Miss Woodland, were present at this meeting. # * Southbound mail (mail truck) closes 9:30 a. m. j i E.inbound mail (train) c^nmctinsj ! ! '.vith north and south trains. closis 11:30 a. m. Southbound miail bus) closes 2:30 p. m. Easibounel ibu.s) connecting will- ncr'.h and south trains. clases 4:30 p. m Outgoing mail Sundays (mail truck) clo?ps 5 p. m. Incoming Mail Weekdays From south (mail truck) . ...7i:30 a. m. From tast (train) 11:10 n. m. From south (mail bus) 10:45 a. m. From e:.st (bus) 9:40 p. m. Incoming mull. Sundays (mail truck) 9:30 a. rr. FROM SCOTTVILLE Pere Marcjuctte Passenger Trains From east, arriv.: 10:59 a. m. Eastbound, Uave 1:02 p m. Bus Linss Leave for Tra\ersp City, etc 11:15 a. m. Arrive from Tra\\ rse City, etc 11:45 a. m. on NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES Custer next meeting and for business to i be taken up in the near future Primary plans for the fall and winter social season are being set In progress. The evening was ended with a social hour and the meeting was adjourned by suggestion of Miss Kraft. Those present were Miss Doris Johnson, director; Miss Kraft •Miss Zook, Miss Betty Love, Miss Marjorie Schmock and Miss Phyllis Swarthout. Miss Jean Durham, recording secretary, i unable to be present. , hei next meeting of the chap- ir wlU be held on Monday eve,, Oct. 2, at the Hotel Stearns ^ «U» M, * Freesoil ., Rhoda Howard, who is a at the Soldiers Home at Rapids, came Friday eve- 9 spend a two weeks' va- *t her Freesoil residence. - and Hillie Howard are - repairing and paint| do interior decorator Mrs, Rhoda ernoon frock of wine shade, with heavy gold ornaments Her accessories were black and a harmonizing tweed topcoat com by the 'other P^ted the ensemble. Out-of-town guests of the occasion were Mrs. Herman Ohst Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ohst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ohst . ; Mr - and Mrs - Arthur /ru famil y. Mr. and Mrs Matthew Graham and family; all of Freesoil; Mr. and Mrs. Her- r?hc n t S ? h ^°f d e.r of Arcadia, John Ohst of Detroit. Mrs. Paul Bachmann of Cadillac, Mrs. HO Bachmann, Theodore and Hugo Bachmann, Mr. and Mrs Leo ' . i f , amily ' Mr - and' Mrs Dlhgan and f amily, Rasmussen and Norman Olson, all of Ludington. Norman that Mrs. Doris Robinson of Sagmaw, formerly Doris Smith Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Galbreath, daughters, Louise and La Rae, and son, Gordon of Arthur, 111., have returned to their home after being guests at the home of Mrs. Galbreath's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Williams in South Custer and with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Williams in Scottville. Mrs. Charles Reader and Mrs Oscar Walters attended a family gathering held at Gurney park at Hart Wednesday in „ ... -. ..11:45 a. m., Arrive from Ludington ..11:15 a. m.. 5:45 p. m.. 7:15 p. m. Leave for Baldwin 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Baldwin 9 p. m. Outgoing Mail Northbound mail (mall truck) closes 7:30 a. m. Southbound mail (mail truck) closes 9:15 a. m. 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