The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 20, 1939 · Page 2
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THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1939. SOCIETY m Miss Evelyn E. Behm Marries M. Conklin Marriage Is Solemnized at Quiet Service on Saturday Morning dress the group on the topic "The Private Duty Nurse and Her Problems." The talk will be followed by a round-table discussion. * * * Post-Nuptial Affair Honors Mrs. Anderson Masses of pink and white lipE And ferns, banked be"the fireplace of the rectory of St. Simon's Catholic church, formed a lovely setting for the ceremony which united in marriage Miss (Evelyn Elizabeth Behmf 703 -West Ludington avenue, and Melard B. Conklin, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conklin, Of Lddington, Route 1. The service, read at 9 o'clock this morning by Rev. Thomas Albin, was performed on the 29th wedding anniversary of Miss Behm's iparents, the late Capt. and Mrs. Paul Behm. "Miss Jayne Pomeroy, friend of the bride, was her only attendant and Russell Soli attendee! Mr. Conklin as girooms- manV Bride Is Lovely The bride was lovely in a gown* of eggshell transparent .velvet, fashioned on classic ^tPrtnpess lines with a draped bodice and a court train. A tiny 'pointed collar, banded in seed .pearls, finished the high neckline and the sleeves were long and-Slightly puffed at the shoulder. Her veil was of eggshell tulle, fingertip length, and caught 'by a halo ipiped in velvet. Sandals of eggshell velvet completed the costume. She carried white roses and valley- lilies, tied with white satin ribbons Into a shower bouquet. Miss Pomeroy, as bridesmaid, was attired in a floor-length gown of tearose satin, styled with a shirred bodice and elbow-length puffed sleeves. The full skirt Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER Presents Robert Cumming.s, Nan Grey and Gloria Jean in "The Underpup" with Beulah Bondi, Virginia W c i d 1 e r, Margaret Lindsay, C. Aubrey Smith, Billy Gilbert, and Paul Cavanaugh; and "The Girl From Mexico" with Lupe Velez, Leon Errol and Donald MacBride. OSSAVVALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS Roller skating. - -x- * # Wesleyan Guild Has First Fall Meeting Lovely in its simplicity was the ceremony uniting in marriage Miss Emily Lucille Bibbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bibbins of Ypsilanti, ana Morgan Leroy John Gibbs, son of David Gibbs of 311 North James street. The marriage was solemnized iat 9 o'clock Saturday morning in 1st. John's. Catholic church at Ypsilanti with Rev. Kerns, pastor of the church, conducting the I service. The traditional wed[ding marches were played by | Miss Mary Stone, sorority sister of the bride. The bride was attended by Miss Mary Elizabeth Vorce of LucTington and by Mrs. Fred Hickson of Ypsilantf. Mr. Hickson and Vernon Keiser of Ludington attended Mr. Gibbs. jFred Mateson and Jack McLeod, ' fraternity brothers of Mr. Gibbs, acted as ushcr.s. The bride chose a tailored two-piece suit of midnight blue nubby wool. For contrast, she wore a blou.sc of shell pink satin. Her hat was in off-the-face style, in dark brown felt and her accessories were brown. Her flowers were gardenias, in a corsage bouquet. Miss Vorcc, as attendant, wore a two-piece suit of rose wool and a white satin blouse. Her accessories were blue and she wore a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Hickson chose an afternoon frock of black silk crepe, worn with a black turban, black accessories and a corsage of gardenias. The men of the party wore dark business suits with single gardenias as boutonnieres. After the ceremony, a reception for friends and relatives of Mrs. William Anderson 'of Scottvillc was guest of honor Monday evening at a delightful ^post-nuptial shower, »ivcn by a I group of her friends at the I Anthony Abair home at 811 l North Washington avenue. I The evening was spent in j playing airplane bunco with prizes being won by • Frances Dorsch and Mrs. •« ,., ^ as fin ished with Th Wes i evan Service timid row_s,0f shirring creating a .bus- ofT Arst Methodistchurch "held wore a coronet of its first fa]1 meeting on Tues- in her hair and day evening. This meeting r,»r,ir roeo* • t^ • i ^"^ ^ celebrated the annual guest pink roses with pink ribbons. ' nlght of the organization and wore was held j n Hudson parlors at 1 n fT/lo lj.1 _ t „_!_ n i T !J_ i "The men of the dark business suits "with rosebuds as boutonnieres. single Mrs.'L. J. Marcoux of Detroit, aiint of the bride, chose a black tailored suit, worn with black jftccessofles and a corsage 'bou- fluet of roses and pastel sweet- the church. guests were Several present. Invited The parlors were beautifully decorated for the occasion with bouquets of gladioli, asters and other fall flowers. The lighted fireplace cast a soft illumination through the room. *i>eas for: her niece's wedding. Qpnklin, mother of thel Following the routine busi- •groom^ wore an afternoon dressiness meeting, conducted by the president, Mrs. Allen G. Robinson, the devotional service was led by Mrs. George Hollick. Mrs. Hollick conducted an impressive candlelight • n ress Jof plum silk crepe. Her acces- |sories>were black and she wore a corsage of roses and sweet- peas In pastel shades. - The> 'grandfather of the irroonji,, W. H, Saxton of Ouster, worship service in which all present was present at the ceremony. (took part. The service was. J Wedding- Breakfast i jed from a large round table ' A-* wedding breakfast wasi u P° n which were a tall white served at the Hotel Stearns ati ta P er - a Slobe and an arrange- 10 olfclock to 40 guests relatives ment of manv smaller candles. and-'friends of the couple The The accompaniment for the guests were served at a long ta- sin " in e of th ? hymns was play- ble in'the dining room, appoint- ed ** M / S ,V E m ^ Gustafson ed in white and fall shades. A ,, M . rs - Arthur Dewey, program great bouquet of asters in pink l9 hairman .- announced that an white, combined i mtroductlon to the G" llds f° r ' Schrink, who read two letters of the bride. Lovely bouquets of vari-colored gladioli were used in decoration and the feature of the affair was the cutting of the great white wedding cake. Later in the morning,.a wedding breakfast, was served to 25 members of the wedding party and immediate friends. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs will make their home at 925 Forest avenue. Ypsilanti. Mrs. Gibbs, a senior at Michigan Normal college, will continue her studies and Mr. Gibbs will enter a course in business administration. Ludington guests at the ceremony were David Gibbs. father of the groom; Mrs. L. E. Vorcc, Miss Mary Elizabeth Vorcc, Vernon Keiser and Miss Mary Reck. LOCALTNURSES WILL MEET jShhmock. The winners later presented their prizes to the guest of honor. j Later in the evening, a del licious luncheon was served at |the small tables. Decorations ', for the occasion were lovely i bouquets of garden flowers. | used throughout the home. | Mrs. Anderson was the re- Icipient of a number of attrac- i tive gifts. I Inviteu guests were Mes! dames Vercelle Hackert, Har- jold Abrahamson, Joseph Gebott : of Manistee, Walter Luskin, i Charles Jensen, Frank Brye, 'Harry Foreman, Herbert Tactor, ;Eric Johnson, John Schmock, I Edward Anderson, Libbie Hinds, 'Eunice Johnson, Edna Turley, Joseph Vorac, George Hillman, (Arthur Reinberg, Richard Matthews, Frederic Hansen, Anthony Abair, Paul Sherburn and Ray Layton. Misses Hazel Hauojhcy. Dorothy Hackert, Ceil Potyin, ert. Rose Kobetich, Ruth' Abair Bayonne Reinberg, Elizabeth Abair and the honoree, Mrs. Anderson. . *- w ••• 'irst Lakeview PT-A to Be On Sept. 22 The first meeting of the fall season of the Lakeview .school Parent-Teacher association will be held on Friday. Sept. 22, at 3 o'clock, i{ was announced today. At this time an informal re- reption for the teachers and for tJin members of kindergarten children wlio have entered .school Uijv vrnr. will be hold. This meeting will bo sponsored by the ' officers of the organization and will be immediately followed by a baked- gcods sale, also held at the school. The officers in charge of the work of the association for the coming year include Mrs. Gerald F. Swarthout, president; Mrs. James McKay, vice-president; Godfrey Hallberg, father vice- president; Miss Gertrude Godbold, teacher vice-president; Mrs. Carl Altrock, secretary, and Mrs. Charles Leedham, treasurer. j jt « YP Society ^Vill Present Program The Young People'r, society of Evangelical Free church will hold "a literary and social meeting this evening at 8 o'clock. Miss Elizabeth Morton will be hostess on this occasion. The program planned for the evening is: Violin solo—Miss Ida Marie Anderson. Reading—Miss Minnie Smith. Vocal duet-—Miss Ethel Larson and William Kronlein. Piano solo—Gene Forsleff. Reading—Charles Bashaw. Cello solo—Verner Anderson. Reading—Miss Violet Halvcr- son. Vocal solo—Miss Naomi Anderson. Message—Rev. Carl Nicholson. Everyone is cordially invited to bo present at this meeting. _# # -x- The speed of light is so great that the distance it travels in one second is equal to 31 round trips between New York and San Francisco. The active year of the Parent- Teachers' association of St. Simon's Catholic school was opened Friday afternoon with the holding of the first fall meeting. The program for the afternoon was opened with the presentation of two vocal selections, "Road to Romany" by Brahms and "Street Urchins' Medley," sung by the Girls' Glee club. After the musical selections, the guest speaker, Miss Melita Graf Hutzel, chairman of social hygiene in the Michigan Congress of Parents and Teachers and lecturer of the Michigan Department of Health, was introduced. Miss Hutzel spoke interestingly on her work among the high school boys and girls of the state and especially stressed the point that, in her opinion, a program of social hygiene should be encouraged In the schools. A business meeting, with Mrs. T. J. Barber, president of the association, presiding, was then held. ;Mrs. Barber gave her report of the PT-A council meeting, held at Foster school on the preceding Monday. Announcement was made that the children of the First and Second grades had won ll* (Please turn to Page iw, Column 4) School Day DRESSES *—*—*—#—* - *—*—*—#—* I * * Important Townsend i * i I Meeting Sunday, Sept. 24, at 3 P. M. At Headquarters. National Speakers. Everybody Welcome! *--*—«—" .- *—#_.,_»_ HEAR ' LOUIS PASTOR FIGHT TONIGHT Direct From Ringside . Via our P. A. System MAKE A DATE TO ATTEND OUR OPENING FALL DANCE FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS Muse By "The Swingsters" HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN We have just received a most complete line of children's and misses' WASH DRESSES in checks, plaids and floral patterns, Sizes 14 --- -x- * * -Silk stripes and checks, also wool knit plaids, sizes 7 to 14 __ With lovelv felt 'hats and tarns an d For the young junior miss our dresses consist of two- piece wool plaid combinations with separate skirts in new greens, wines and browns, also plain wool challies and checks. These dresses are priced from $2.50 „, $3.50 Come in and visit our children's department filled with slips, sweaters, skirts and blouses. THE MODE "Distinctively Different" S. The Ludington district of the Michigan State Nurses' a.ssocia- tion will meet on Friday evening, Sept. 22, at 8 o'clock" at the nurses' home at Hart, it wa.s announced today. Special guest .speaker at this meeting will be Mrs. Feme Galbraith of Detroit, who will ad- HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk MAKES BETTER MILK DRINKS Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver Announcing THE OPENING OF A NEW FURNITURE STORE AT .5.01 East Dowland St. } New and used furniture at lowest prices— a large stock of USED FURNITURE ON HAND. New pieces are arriving daily. Come in and sec the bargains. You will be welcome at our new store. • This season's CROSBY SQUARES are worthy heirs to their long tradition of honest workmanship; choice leathers; beauty of design. We are proud to present them to you. V i* The Vogue Furrier Don't let your old ij fur coat date you! j! We can make it look Like new! SPECIAL PRICE FOR RE-STYLING TWO WEEKS ONLY! Do let us show you how thoroughly 1939 we can make your old fur coat look . . . how stunning it can be, molded into one of this season's braind-new silhouettes! 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