The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 22, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, September 22, 1939
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SOCIETY Lovely Cottage Wedding Is Performed on Wednesday ^Evening at Buttersville Local Amusements To Speak Sunday LYRIC THEATER— Presents John Garfield Priscilla Lane in "Dust Be Destiny" with Alan Hale. and My DSSAWALD ORUMB TAPROOM Dancing. Bouquets of lovely fall flow- trs formed a setting for the OLD HICKORY INN— quiet cottage -wedding of Miss Florence Ethel Mallory, daughter of Mrs. Edgar Mallory of 403 East Danaher street, and Wilbur L LeClair, son of Mrs. Milton trice of Scottville. Rev. Paul Haskell Clark officiated at the ceremony, which was performed Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at Happy Home cottage, Buttersville, in the presence of 40 relatives and friends of the couple. Miss Viola Mallory, cousin of the bride, and Guy Rasmussen attended the couple. The bridal party entered the living room of the cottage to the strains_of the "Wedding March" from "Lohengrin," played at the organ by Mrs. Jean Hollinger. The bride chose for her wedding costume a street-length afternoon dress of moonlit blue pebble crepe. Her accessories! •were in wine shade and she wore a corsage bouquet of small flowers in pastel shades. Miss Viola Mallory, as bridesmaid, wore a street-length dress of wine corded crepe with dark blue accessories. Her flowers S Were pastel baby mums in a corsage. Following the ceremony, a two-course luncheon was served to the guests by Mrs. Clay Blue and Mr*. Gail G. Owen, assisted by Misses Lucille and Marie Hansen, Evelyn Nelson and Anna Mae Owen. Mrs. LeClair was educated in Ludington schools and Mr. LeClair attended schools in Scottville. Mr. LeClair is employed on the Pere Marquette Rail-way carferry lines. Mr. and Mrs. LeClair will be at home to their Iriends after Oct. 1 at 124 West Filer street. ^ '& # Post-Nuptial Affair Honors Mrs. L. Cabot Dancing to music by "Butch" and the Boys and floorshow. HAMELI/S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. * Miss G. McDonald Is Bride of H. Susanson The local branch of the! American Association of University Women will hold its fourth j annual membership reception on j Monday evening, Sept. 25, at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. I Frederic Read, 304 North Harrison street. Honor guests of the branch at the reception will be Mrs. Emil E. Storkan of Battle Creek, president of the Michigan State division of AAUW; Mrs. A. J. Pufahl of Kalamazoo, state treasurer; and Mrs. Vance F. Callighan, state first vice president, who is a member of the Ludington branch. All former members and eligible women of the community •will be guests of" the organization. The receiving; line will include the state board, members, and Mrs. William E. Rynerson, Ludington branch president. After the informal reception,! Mrs. Storkan. who has recently Robert Z. Adams of Los Ange- returned from Sweden where she' les, former president of the attended the annual meeting of'Company bearing his name the International Federation of < which developed the now famous University Women, will report. Los Angeles harbor, will be the their friends at 1061/2 East Filer street, upon their return. For traveling, Mrs. Swanson chose an ensemble of black, accented with white. i At a quiet ceremony, per- i formed at 8 o'clock Wednesday i morning, in St. Simon's Catho- 1 lie church, Miss Georgene Mc- I Donald, daughter of Charles ; McDonald of Pere Marquette i township, became the bride of I Howard Swanson, son of Robert ! Swanson of Victory township. j Rev. Thomas Albin, pastor of ! the church, conducted the ser- I vice I Miss Betty Ruba attended the LINCOLN RIVER.—The Lin- bride as maid of honor and Miss!coin River Community Farm Ruth Ruba acted as bridesmaid. | bureau met at the home of Mr Swanson was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Petersen Bureau Meets Virgil Vaclavik as groomsman, while Eugene Ezdebski served as recently. Singing of tie Hymn of the "The Bat- Republic," FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939. To Enter Protest on WPA Project Oscar Peterson, recording secretary of CIO, Local 115, announced today that a protest meeting will be held Monday Most Of Those Consulted nteht, Sept. 25, under auspices Think Marquette Memorial tii^^wT^wFSn \ county roads. The meeting is to hbe held in the courtroom at the Is Worthwhile Project Ludington citizens are unani-! courthouse, commencing at 8 p. mous in their 'belief that the ' m drive of the Pere Marquette j Mr. Peterson said the union is Memorial association to raise i in receipt of information refunds for erection of a perma- i garding status of the project nent memorial to Father Mar- and that a plan of re-opening the project will be discussed Monday. ROBERT Z. ADAMS usher. The wedding party, pre- "America, the Beautiful" and ceded by the flower girls, small! "Faith of Our Fathers" opened Aletha Mae King and Elsie Jean I the program. Witte, entered the church to! The meeting was called to the music of the traditional order by Chairman, Harry Pe"Wedding March" from "Lohen- tersen and minutes of the last grin.- meeting and the report of the Satin Gown ' i director's meeting were read The bride was charming in a \ by Mrs. Verne Eppard. A wedding sown of white slipper j motion was made and support- satin, fashioned in princess! ed to pay $1 toward the ban- istvle with a Queen Anne collar, " ers ^ ed at tn . e Mason County lions leg-o'-mutton sleeves ex- f a . rm bureau .picnic held at the tending to a point of lace over fairgrounds in August, the back of the hand and a quette in Buttersville is one of the most worthwhile projects attempted in a long time. j Here is what a few have to \ Farm Radio Program of Interest Locally E. j. Thompson - "i believe it is a very good thing for Ludington and this entire L^Extension department of region. Every citizen financially Michigan State college at East able, should be proud to sub- Lansing announced a radio proscribe in the association." igram, to originate from Chicago Mrs. Ralph Sheldon— "To me Monday, of interest to farmers it seems a very fine thing to let "\ Mas ° n count y a »d elsewhere everyone have a share in plac- ln '_Mu:mgan. ' ing the monument. No matter how small the contribution, we The program, dealing with Michigan events, will be pre- Mrs. Lawrence Cabot was honored recently-at V gay postnuptial shower, given by Mrs. Edward Cabot, Mrs. Mary Cabot and Mrs. Frank Cabot of Milwaukee at the Edward Cabot home at 823 South Washington avenue. Airplane bunco formed the evening's entertainment, first prize being won by Mrs. Stanley Maternowski and second by Mrs. David Szymanski. Later in the evening a delicious luncheon was served by the hostesses. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the table appointments and harmonizing cut flowers were used in decoration throughout the home. Mrs. Cabot was presented with a lovely collective gift of the occasion. Those present were Mesdames A. Lorentz, Alvin Maternowski, Stanley Maternowski, David Szymanski, Joseph Korbelar, Michael 2ywicki, Stanley Kuras, A. Bentz, F. Schott, Laverne Lorentz, George Albrecht, Joseph Albrecht, J. Marasco, E. Baltzer, Gertrude Pomeroy, Glen Squire; Miss Evelyn Maternowski, Miss Ursula Yeskey; the honoree, Mrs. Lawrence Cabot, and the hostes- pes^ Mesdames Kdward t Frank and Mary Cabot. # * *_ on her experiences abroad. 1 principal speaker at a Brief talks will also be given by'meeting of all Townsend Mrs. Pufahl and by Mrs. Callighan. All former members and eligi-'P" Su . 1 , 1 , d , a i'\_ £ !?? t -. 2 :*,-. ble women are cordially urged to attend and are asked to contact Mrs. Rynerson, telephone 1128. mass clubs dis- of the Ninth congressional trict, to be held The meet- election of offi- nrmrt trnin Rpr vpil nf xvhitp L/CIC> witi5 llclu a t this time and net V!s ed-ed fin Hce and w2 ' the f ollowin g were chosen: cau-htwith a? white tiarT She' Pres ?5 ei \ t ' Julius E«ha»s; vice LdU^iiL \v mi d WIULC i/idia. one i nvpcirlpn t Tfimp^ Rpvinpft • ^PP in Ludington : carried an arm bouquet of! white! » etary an 'd treasurer ' rrlnrfinli nnH fovorfoiv f-iorf -ant n : S -^ , ' The annual cers was held ! the following Mrs. R. Hesslund Entertains Group at Pretty Shower Mrs. Robert Hesslund and daughter, Miss Robina. were hostesses recently at a delightful shower, given at their home in South Pere Marquette in honor of Mrs. Howard Swanson, nee "Black At a delightful evening affair held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Edward Moline, 404 North Ferry stree^, announcement was made to a group of intimate friends, of the approaching marriage of Miss Margaret Conklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conklin of Ludington, Route 1, and Lawrence Godin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Godin of 311 1 / 2 North James street. The wedding will take place on Oct. 11 and the couple will be attended by Miss Dorothy Conklin, sister of the bride, and •Edward Ackersville. Pinochle formed the evening's entertainment with first prize being won by Mrs. Lawrence Horacek and low 'by Miss Helen Samuelson. Later in the evening, luncheon was served at a round table, covered with lace and appointed with orchid Fostoria ware. A lovely toouquet of verbenas in shades of orchid, pink and white, formed the centerpiece. At each .place was set a place- card in the form- of a tiny (booklet in which the names of .the couple were written. Individual corsages of small flowers in shades of orchid and white, combined with a single rosebud and tied with orchid tulle, were given as favors. At the conclusion of the delicious two-course luncheon, the date of the wedding was revealed uniquely in the form of orchid letters, molded into the center of white ice cream. The rooms of the home were decorated for the occasion with lovely bouquets of yellow flowers. Goiests were Mesdames C. Rasmiussen of Scottville, Hans Sorensen, Lawrence Horacek, Livingstone Sinclair, Ben Peterson, Raymond Yeck; Misses Gladys Godin, Alice Moline, Helen Samuelson, Catherine Grucela, Virginia Slater, Dorothy Conklin and the honoree, Miss Margaret Conklin. Mrs. Moline was assisted in serving by Mrs. B. L. Conklin. Mrs. William Godin was un- aible to be present. * # * Library Announces List of New Books Miss Rosellla Kraft Entertains Circle hall. 108 East Ludington avenue. Mr. Adams, who is touring Michigan in the interest of the Townsend plan, has taken an active part in Townsend club activities since 1935. His active service with the organization Miss Rosella Kraft .was hostess Wednesday evening .to j £ ince for 20 years he headed one members of the Philathean cir- | of the i ar a cs t real estate devel- cle of the Community church | O pment firms on the West coast, and their guests, at her home at | p r j or to the mass meeting Mr. 508 North Rath avenue. This, Elliott .said. Mr. Adams wilf con- event was the first regular j f er for an hour with local Town- gladioli and feverfew, tied with! g are t ;wl il t . e s i ti IV ^ u -j ,iman. Mrs. Dorothy Anderson; Miss Betty Ruba. as maid of; publicity, Mrs. Mabel Anderson; honor, was attired in a floor- 'song leader, Mrs. Esther Ep- length gown of rose silk chiffon j pard. with a semi-full skirt and ai Following the business ses- sash of chiffon. Her flowers; sion, Mrs. James Bennett gave were pink gladioli and feverfew, a report of the conference she , - . ! tied with pink ribbons. Miss i attended at East Lansing on has. however, been more recent, | Ruth Rub&f bridesmaidf WO rea|July 16-20 and Gus VonGlahn according to Harry B. Elliott, f loor .i en gth fitted gown of pas- i gave an interesting talk on tel iblue chiffon and carried a!"Farm Bureau Membership." bouquet of pink gladioli and i The officers will meet this feverfew, tied with blue ribbons, evening, Sept. 21, at the J. Both attendants wore coronets jEschels home to outline the of feverfew in their hair. i program for the coming year. Flower Girls | Mrs - Arthur Ohst recently The little flower girls, Aletha completed the scrap ' - Michigan Townsend representative. Mr. Adams' addresses will be, it was announced, from the standpoint of the business man. winter meeting of the fall and active season. The meeting was opened with a devotional service, led by Mrs. Walter Pezet. Mrs. Pezet chose for her service the reading of a selection from "The Upper Room" by Grover Carlton. During the early part of the attorney send club officers regarding a new program of organization and expansion of Townsend activities in the state. Mr. Adams, a graduate of the University of Colorado, is a member of the California bar. | He was also, at one time, district for the Thirteenth ju- can all feel we've had a share! sented on the regular NBC farm in placing it." j and home hour at 11:30 a. m. j Wilfrid Hocking—"It's a very j Material for the broadcast was i worthwhile civic enterprise, one prepared by R. J. Coleman of j in which the whole community i MSC Station WKAR and A. C. ! should whole-heartedly co-op- Baltzer, both well-known in | erate to a successful conclusion." Mason county, and Henry Rose- Rev. Kingnt Dunkerley—"The' ma of Fremont, long identified I drive is a splendid thing and I with dairy improvement work, has my hearty endorsement.) will be on the program. There is nothing in our citv ^^ ___ that so co-ordinals the interest ~^J^ H r^~"^~~^:r^~r~ of everyone as a monument to! • " * , Father Marquette." I* ST. MARY'S, CUSTER I Mrs. Guy Hawley — "We! I should take advantage of a his- * torical spot like the Father Mar- I quette deathsite and rest of the world in marking j * meeting, Miss Kraft, president: dicial district of California. of the circle, welcomed the ' * * * guests of the circle and rein-1 Qm*rkvica Tt\7/YtTf stated two memibers. Mrs. Rob-' Oil! pllac IlrfYeill srt Wayt find Mrs. Julia Karen- ; Umrirki«c< er, who had been absent during nOilOi S the past year. . An outline of the club's origin Frank Budreau was surprised Mac and Elsie Jean, were dainty in brief frocks of white silk and carried small colonial bouquets tied with white ribbons. They ! also wore head ibands of white , feverfew. j Later, a reception for 75; guests was held at the home of: the bride in Pere Marquette township. Lovely flowers were used in decoration throughout the home and refreshments were served from a long table centered with a three-tiered .wedding cake and decorated with bouquets of flowers. Ice cream and cake were served to the guests by Mrs. Charles McDonald and Mrs. Frances Haw- bureau news, f-door life and and it proves to and interesting, the close of the evening neat At the hostess luncheon. Those present book of pictures, agricul- be very CHICKEN DINNER t served a dainty were Mr. and and year's program of activities • Tuesdav evening with a delight-1 lev - . Mr. and Mrs. Julius Eschels. Mr. and Mrs. Gus VonGlahn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and daughter. Leona; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett and daughter. Lorraine: Mrs. Verne Eppard Mrs Arthur Ohst. Mrs. Loyal" Bagley and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Petersen. ful birthday celebration, given i • Mr - and Mrs - Swanson left, in his honor by a eroup of' later in the day, on a brief mo- friends who "gathered "at the ! to^trip and will be at home to Budreau home on Ludington,! was presented for the guests and new members by Miss Glidden Lemon.'. .. , Mrs. Walter Pezet, whose resignation from the circle was regretfully accepted by the offi-: A number of amusing cer, was presented with a lovely formed the evening's entertain- collective gift in appreciation of > ment and later a delicious her co-operation during her [luncheon was served, membership. Mrs. Pezet will j Mr. Budreau was the recipi- leave Ludington shortly to make ent of a number of gifts from her new home in Grand Rapids, his friends. A brief business meeting was' Those present were Mr. and then conducted by Miss Kraft, at which time Mrs. E. Gilmore' Winn gave a report of the executive board meeting of the' Women's society of the Com- • munity church. i The unique program of enter- | tainment for the evening was a delightful and amusing chalk talk, sketched by Miss Dorothy Spike, art supervisor of the Ludington public schools. At the close of the evening, delicious refreshments were served from a table covered with lace and beautifully appointed with a bowl of fall flowers. A large -bosket of gladioli and bouquets of roses were used in decorating the home. Guests of the occasion were Mrs. Jens Hansen. Arthur Hanson, Miss Louise Burns, Mrs. Ida Bentz. Mr. and Mrs. R. McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. F. McDole, Mr. and Mrs. F. Kotecki, Mr. and Mrs. William Taibl. Mrs. Albert Bentz, Mr. and Mrs. A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Erndteman. Otto Bentz and Mr. and Mrs. Budreau. i Arrangements have been made ; by the Young People's society ! of the local Baptist church to . hold a social hour in the .church basement at the close 'of the Gospel service. j A cordial invitation .is expended to all young people of ! Ludington, together with all i interested adults, to attend this i service which opens at 7:45 p. :m. ! North "RJverton j • i Mr. and Mrs. Otis Morey an- mounce the birth of a 10 pound baby boy Friday, Sept. 15! M»s. Morey, nee Miss Ella Englebrecht, is at the home of her : brother. Walter Englebrecht, of Scottville. Mrs. Englebrecht is ; caring for Mrs. Morey and the ! baby and both are doing splendidly. ! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Listing j announce the birU*. of a seven | pound daughter Tuesday morning, Sept. 19, at home. Mother and baby are doing nicely. historical spots. I believe it is a very important step forward in j ' Mason county's history." j * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butters | and family, ol Atlanta, Ga..j* have taken a contributing! i membership in the Pere Mar- : f I quette Memorial association, it j % I was reported this morning. j i A full membership was also received today from Ralph C. Jones of Newton, Hamilton county, Ohio, owner of Eagle's Nest cottage at Epworth. Other full memberships include: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eliasohn, Loretta M. Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knobl, Ludington lodge No. 730. B.P.O.E.; American Laundry, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey Young, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Betka and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashbacker. Associate memberships arc: ! Ladies' Auxiliary of Leveaux (post No 2409, VFW; Edward | Baltzer, Robert Bailey, Homer Hansen and Miss Irma Kennedy. , . ^i",.^'! Hodge's Long Lake Re" sort on US-10—1 mile East of Walhalla. SUNDAY, SEPT. 24, Serving 12:00-3:00. ALL WELCOME! * Adults 50c, Children 25c i #—*—*—*—* - #—*—*--#- HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk MAKES BETTER MILK DRINKS Cream in Fvery Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver Y. P. SERVICE WILL BE HELD This evening will be Young People's night at the series of special meetings In progress at Washington Avenue Baptist church. Delegations of young people A group of popular books has been added this week to the circulating department of Ludington public library, it is announced by Miss Eleanor Hillman, librarian. This new group includes: John Steinbeck's Mrs. Robert Orr, Miss Margaret i fr °m Manistee, Cadillac, Tustin, Britten, Mrs. Kenneth Iverson, Mrs. Harold P. Furstenau and Miss Dorothy Spike. Fifteen members, in addition to the guests, were present. The next meeting of the circle will be held in October, at | the home of Miss Glidden Lem- \ on, 311 North Rowe street. Mrs.! O. C. Zook will act as co-hostess. of Wrath," "The dons Miss Georgena McDonald, . bride of Wednesday. A number of amusing guessing games were enjoyed and the .prizewinners later presented 'their gifts to«the honoree, who Was also the recipient of a lovely collective gift. The guests were further entertained with mak- , ing a bride's book, which was presented to Miss McDonald. ; ' M the close of the evening, dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. -Those present, other than . "those already mentioned, were |J»esdames Harry Appledorn, Al- Bradshaw, William Brozzo, Bronson, Glen Benjamin, Beach, John Butz, E. Bropk Gould, Leonard DayJd King. Boy Out, J. Peterson, Marlon Pet- Charles Crisswell, Warren George Schrink, Ernest , Jonn Busk and the family. 1%TO~~ meeting of J Sfielter at sea- was 7:30 at that "Grapes Branby Angela Thirkell, Narcissus" by Rumer Godden. "Uncle Fred in the Springtime" by P. G. -Wode- house, "Arizona" by Clarence B. Kelland, "White Magic" by Faith Baldwin, "False to Any Man" by Leslie Ford, "Mr. Emanuel" by Louis Gplding, "Anne of Ingleside' by L. M. Montgomery, "Ownley Inn" by Joseph and Freeman Lincoln and "Mr. Pinkerton at the Old Angel" by David Frorne. to be put out -by the seascouts. Contents will include material on all iphases ol scouting and news of various ships. All boys of nearly 15 years of age or over are invited to attend the meetingi of the ship, to be held Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Community churchhouse. Plans were also discussed for a Scout "get-together", scheduled to Ibe held at Muskegon on Sept. 29 and 30. Memibers present were Skipper Adams, Mate Anderson, Lee Nass, Bill Andersen, Roland Piper Jr., Kenneth Cartier, Ned Bowden and Gerald Bobian. * # # In the eighteenth century German surgeons included among their duties the shaving If it were not for air bladder which permits fish to float with ;ase in the water, a fish would aave the .same .specific gravity a,s a human being and would sink to the bottom unless it kept iwimming continually. 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