The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 21, 1939 · Page 2
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 2

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, September 21, 1939
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER Presents "The Girl from Mexico" with Lupe Velez, Donald Woods and Leon Errol; and "The Underpup" with Robert Cummings, Nan Grey, Gloria Jean, Beuiah Bondi, Virginia Weidler and Margaret Lindsay. Southeast Division is Hostess to General Aid at Hudson Parlors Members of the Southeast division of the Ladies' Aid of First OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM number of flowers in a bouquet MID ARE flT PiTTY Royal Neighbors Plan for Annual Supper i Members of Washington camp Mrs. Roland Mallory and Mrs. Alice Hull were co-hostesses Amerlcai mct recently and Saturday evening at a delight- cidcd u ' pon Wie dat g s of ful shower, held at the Mallory important events of the home at Ludington, Route 3, in ,.„,{„ V^ *-\ »-*n»« i-i-f T\ Ai of TP1 /-\i»rti^ rtr* TV^"r» 11 <-»I»T* , « *••« . No. 542, Roy.-.: Neighbors of de- two club Methodist church acted as host- j esses Wednesday at a meeting of the General Aid, held at Hudson parlors. Lovely bouquets of flowers in fall shades were used in decorating throughout the rooms. A devotional service, led by ! TODD-L-INN Mrs. Paul Clough, opened the i meeting and the Scripture reading was given by Mrs. Bryant Following the reading of an appropriate poem by Mrs. Albert Boline, Mrs. F. E. Gilbert sang the solo "My Task," accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Dan V. Dewey. At the conclusion of this service, Mr.s. Clough read a prayer. Mrs. Rex Tower, president of the General Aid, conducted the business session at which it "'as announced that the fall rum- j mage sale will be held on Oct. 21. j A further announcement was that a chop suey supper will be sponsored by the ladies of the Southeast division on Tuesday, Oct. 3, at Gray hall. honor of Miss Florence Mallory, •bride-elect. During the evening, the guests enjoyed a number of amusing games and contests. In one of these, a tree naming contest, Mrs. Nell Mallory was prize winner. In another, a contest of naming the greatest It was decided that the camp's annual potluck supper party and rally will be held on Wednesday evening, Oct. 4, at 6 o'clock. Mrs. C. J. Lemire will head the committee in charge of arrangements for the event The first annual joint convention of the Michigan Council of Churches and of the Michigan Council of Church Women will be held on Nov. 1, 2 and 3, in the Court Street Methodist church and other nearby churches of Flint. This announcement of the dates and program of the conference was received by The News today from the headquarters of the Michigan Council of Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS Roller skating. The members of Circle 5 of the Community church were entertained Tuesday afternoon ..._.._.._ at the regular meeting of the After the reading of a favor- j group, held at the home of Mrs. able report on the Aid's concession at the recent Western Michigan fair, the projects for the Charles Forslind. 510 East Ludington avenue. Mrs. H. M. Hallett and Mrs. Mary E. Tuller new season were named and dis- were en-hostesses at the meet- cussed. The meeting was followed by a social hour, which will take the place of the usual program this season. Delicious refreshments were served in the Taylor room, at a lace-covered table centered with a bouquet of dahlias in a crystal bowl, flanked by yellow candles in crystal candelabra. Tea was poured by Mrs. Albert Boline. The committee in charge of the preparation and serving of the refreshments was headed by Mrs. Clifford Johnson. # * # Mrs. Harold Larsen Is Honored at Affair containing 24 varieties, Mrs. Lowell Beach won high score by naming 22 kinds. The bouquet was brought to the party by Mrs. Henry Agens, who picked the flowers in her own garden. The prize winners later presented their gifts to Miss Mallory, who was also the recipient of a number of lovely shower gifts. At the close of the evening, a delicious tray luncheon was served by the hostesses. Those present were Mesdames i-jwell Beach, Frank Beebe, Henry Agens and Miss Annie Beckman, all of Ludington, Route 3; Mesdames Nell Mallory, Ernest Johnson, Thora Peterson, Helen Hansen, Ray- 1 mond Mallory and Robert Har- J rinstcn, all of Ludington; Mrs. Marjone Peterson of Riverton, Mrs. Jerome Jorrissen of Pentwater and the honoree and hostesses. and Mrs. Anna Ereon will be | churches and Christian Educa- chairman for the program. | tion a t Lansing. A card party will be sponsored j Both organizations have prev- by the camp on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 15, it was" announced. The committee in charge of arrangements will headed by Mrs. Gaines B. VV light. At the close of the business meeting, pinochle was played with first prize being won by Mrs. Lemire and low by Mrs. Rudolph Kovar. The mystery package was awarded by Mrs. Vivian Olson. Later, refreshments were served to the 30 ladies present. The next meeting of the camp iously held their own conventions. The session this fall will mark the third annual conven- the will be held on Oct. 4. after supper rally. * * •*_— Program Entertains Bethany Young People be | tion of the Michigan Council of Churches and the llth of the the Church Women. The program will include general evening sessions where outstanding church leaders will speak. A feature will be the opening worship service each Church Women. Detroit will speak. Simultaneous conferences will be held each afternoon on the following subjects: "Bible and Mrs. tmil Carlson and Miss Ida Crane of Ludington, Mrs. L. tiorenson, Miss Alida Ann Agens, Mrs. David Bogus, Mrs. kivon Kistler and Mrs. Allred hull were unaoie to be present. ling. The meeting, presided over by Mrs. Frances E. Smith, was opened with a devotional service conducted by Mrs. Tuller, who read an article taken from "The Upper Room" and also the poem, "Trees," by Joyce Kilmer, as a part of the service. The ladies enjoyed hearing the reading of an article entitled "Inquest of Patriarchs," a study of California's huge trees, the redwoods, by Mrs. C. C. Cas(Please turn to Page 3, Column 5) . # * * Altar Society to Resume Meetings Members of St. Simon's Altar society enjoyed the first meeting of the fall season on Tuesday afternoon at James Golden hall. Mrs. Adam Lavich, society president, presided over this meeting. Among a number of import- Mrs. Harold Larsen, a recent bride, was entertained Tuesday j at. a delightful bridge party, j given at the Copenhaver home, at 704 East Ludington avenue by| .. . ... - . the faculty of Foster school ! ant items taken up at this time Special guests of the event were i was the voting of an associate th* new teachers of Foster! membership in the Pere Mar- school, Miss Jessica Lee, Miss ' quette Memorial association. Margaret Britten and Miss I The membership will (be pur- Dorothy Spike. chased in the society name at During the evening contract an early date. bridge was played with first! The business meeting was prize being won by Miss Mary Kilpatrick and second by Mrs. Larsen. Later, a delicious two- course luncheon was served at a followed by an enjoyable social hour and pinochle was played. First prize was won by Mrs. A. G. Ackersville and second by long table apporntcd with a bou-j Mrs - Agnes Johnson. quet of flowers of the season and with tall tapers. Mrs. Larsen was presented with a lovely collective gift by her friends. Other guests of the evening were Miss Catherine Utz, Missi Cecile Huber, Miss Lavinia Mier, Mi&s Olga Messenger, Miss Lena Christensen, Miss Elizabeth Betka, Miss R. Jo Hanlon and Mrs. Julia Karcher. * # * At the close of the meeting, delicious refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. C. J. Lemire. FOUNDERS* DAY TO BE HONORED Shafer Family Holds Celebration Sunday Four generations were represented at the recent reunion of the Shafer family, held Sunday at Waterworks park. The event was the first occasion on which the family had been together in 10 years. A delicious picnic dinner was served at noon at a table presided over by Mrs. Anna Shafer, eldest of the family. After the dinner, a number of group pictures were taken and a social afternoon was en- Joyed. Those present were Mrs. Anna Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shafer and children, Larry, Emma, Phyllis, Blanch, Clarence, Arthur and Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shafer and children, Carl and Doris; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Randall and children, Eloise, Richard, Danny, Lorena and Calvin; Mrs. Mattie Marble and children, Elizabeth and Dorothy, of Iron Mountain; Mrs. Alice Llnquist and children, Catherine and Walter; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bennett and baby daughter, Carol Mary; and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Oifford of Shelby, cousins of the family. Re- No. Odd eve- Local Persons Enjoy Tour of Eastern States Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swanson, 302 North Lavinia street, and Mi. and Mrs. B. S. Bailey of 605 North James tiieir homes The members People's society Lutheran church enjoyed their regular meeting and a delightful program Tuesday evening at the church. The meeting was opened with Life,'' chairman, Mrs. John E. Martin; "Personal Faith and Experience," chairman, Rev. C. C. Gibson; "Christian Family Life," chairman, Mrs. Arthur C. Elliott; "Church Life and Outreach," chairman, Dr. Stephen A. Lloyd; "Community Issues." chairman, Dr. Clarence Hill I Frank; "Major Social Prob- _ | lems.'' chairman, Rev. George H. ! Wilson; and "World Relations," of the Young chairman. Rev. Wilbur Grose of Bethany ' T ""~ Party Plans Are Formulated at Meeting Monday The regular meetings of Leveaux post No. 2409, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and auxiliary were held, simultaneously Monday evening, the post meeting at Wing school, East Ludington avenue, and the auxiliary meeting at the D.A.V. coach behind the city hall. At the post meeting, conducted by Wilfrid Hocking, post commander, it was decided to purchase a membership in the Pere Marquette Memorial association in the post name. First plans were also made for a Hal- lowe'en party, at which a shotgun or rifle will be awarded. Proceeds will be used to finance the remodeling of the post home. The meeting of the auxiliary was conducted by the president. Mrs. William Tarr. In the course of the business meeting, it was voted to hold a rummage sale on Saturday, Oct. 7. All members of the auxiliary having articles to be donated for the sale were asked to call Mrs. M. J. Schrader, chairman of the sale, to arrange to have the articles collected. The auxiliary also voted to send a Christmas donation to the V.F.W. National Children's home at Eaton Rapids, and also to purchase a membership in the Pere Marquette Memorial association in the auxiliary name. Plans were made for the holding of an experience social at the meeting to be held on Oct 16. Mrs. Ralph Bortel and Mrs. William Ball were chosen as captains of the two teams. The latter part of the evening OVER ALL! Compare with any other fuel and you will see the value of CAVALIER COAL CAVAMHR Over 95% pure heat matter— lean than 3% ash. Long flame — hot fire. Comfort for all kinds of weather. A real fuel value. -for sale by- Dan Soli and Go. PHONE South end of Washington Avc. bridge. PHONE 721 "Once Coaled by us—Never Cold Again" 7Z1 the singing of a hymn in unison i Women will meet on Wednesday and the group was led in a Scrip- morning before the convention , , . . , TTTPlT^OI* /1t~\On C ture reading and in prayer by Rev. John Christensen, pastor of the church. During a brief burners se5sion. conducted by Earl Jensen, presi- ! dent of the" society, it was de-' cided that an invitation will be' The opening luncheon will be j was spent in piecing quilt blocks held on Nov. 1 and will have as iand in a social hour, its speaker Dr. H. Smith Burn- j ham of Kalamazoo. Other group will be Church luncheons and dinners held each day. The street rtiurned toi extended to the Bethany Young in Ludington re- People's societies of Manistee cently after enjoying a two- week trip through the New England states. by and Mu.skegon to attend a special meeting to be held by the ^« o—~~. local society on Sunday after- ,, IUU11 1V 'Before visiting the New York! noon. Oct. 22. The committee in'Martin World's fair, the party visited at i charge of arrangements for this' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Avery, at Middleboro, Mass. Tney then made a tour of points or historical interest in the Cape Cod | region, spending a snore time in j teresting program was Boston, Mass. ' sented. Community singing proper opens. This is the first convention since Rev. J. Burt Bouwman became executive secretary of the Michigan council on March 1 of this year. Rev. Harold Carr, pastor of the Court Street Methodist church of Flint, is chairman of the program committee. Other members of the committee are Miss lone Catton, Rev. F. G. Poole, J. W. McCracken, Rev. John Meenns and Mrs. John E. meeting will be headed Clarence Fonnesbeck and will! What Oail^P^ include Arthur Jeppesen. Miss I ^L^. UaU56S Ruth Anderson and Mrs. Edward i Getting UP NlghtS? f*Q V"W~\t" ^^ ^^ ^"^ ^d.ui_ii. | Getting up nights may be nature's ] Following the meeting, an in-j warning of sluggish kidneys, if excess j ! acid and poisonous waste arc not repu- ! larly eliminated they may also lead to ' c . Of j panful, scanty or frequent flow, bark- | Touring into Maine they were I several songs was enicved and! ii( -' hc - le s or rn umatic pains, headaches ° . , , , L _ . I fu« 4- t_i-~ , _ -I, .or riiz7ine. t s. Klrinevs nften need hpln interested to be able to observe, from the 'shore, operations of the raising of ths submarine, "Squalus" at its location approximately 12 miles off shore. Whue in iNcw York, Mr. Swanson told The News, saw the docking of the the "TOUD Was entertained With!° r dlz:P:lncss - Kidneys oft,en need help ijic r,iuup w<is truueiuunta wmiv tamc as bojvds. Get a regular 25c box tne presentation of two clever; or BUKETS from any druggist, in four dialect readings bv John ButZ i Ua V s if not Phased your money back. of Marchido school, guest' ^' cally at ^ M ' Snow ' s and Joscph speaker of the evening. Rev. Christensen then ad- they' dressed the society, speaking on Nor-'the subject of the new adult . i Locally at S. M. Sriow's and guest i pahlmnrk'.s. Druggists. Think how much better it would be to have one of your own* The cost is small. •.« -«. • Order your Oton today. MICHIGAN ASSOCIATED TELEPHONE COMPANY mandie" and of the "Queen Mary," in addition to a number of ships of the American line. From Maine, they traveled through the White Mountains of New Hampshire, described by Mr. Swanson as scenically the most beautiful part of the trip. They also traveled through the! confirmation class he plans to organize in a short time. Later in the evening, delicious refreshments were served by a, committee consisting of Mrs. I Leo Han-sen. Miss Betty Jeppe-.' sen, Fdward Larsen and Gilbert: Larsen. j Maurice Christensen was In 1 Green Mountains of Vermont! charge of arranging the program and, crossing lower Lake Cham-i for the evening. % * -x- plain journeyed briefly through! the Appalachian ciiain. ] Mr. and Mrs. Swanscn and Mr.! Ice cream became a wholesale commodity in 1851, when a Bal- WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR • SALT • SUNDRIES • PAPER BAGS • WRAPPING PAPER • GUM • TAPE •TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY 5TEVE CODIN Wholesale Only and Mrs. Bailey returned to then | timore dairyman, Jacob Fussell ' g homes after motoring through! began selling it to get rid of his! Ludington lodge No. 87, bekahs. and Crystal lodge 159. Independent Order of Fellows, will join Friday nm°; in celebrating the 88th anniversary of the Rebekah order. The event will be held at 8 p. m. at the I.O.O.F. hall. A pro- ! gram of cards, dancing and en- ] tertainment has been planned j for I.O.O.F. members and their i families and Rebekahs and i their families. Refreshments will be served at the close of the evening. j The first Rebekah lodge of | the world was founded on Sept. | 20, 1851, with a small number of \ charter members. Since that | date the enrollment of member- | ship has grown to include 600,000 persons, members of 8,815 lodges. Michigan Rebekahs number 38,000, members of 413 lodges. southern Canaaa. The killing of a falcon was a crime punisnable by death in the reign of King Edward III of England. surplus milk. Lafayette became a general; when he was 20 years old; a major Kcncral in the French army: at 25. I EAT LAGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, ROLLS and PASTRY They are rich with Fresh Milk, Butter and Eggs. 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