The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 22, 1939 · Page 10
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THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON*. MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939. Formal opening of Birke's Shoe store, located at 117 South James street, will be held at 9 a. m. Saturday, it was announced this morning by Frank L. Birke, proprietor. The new store has been completely remodeled and presents a modern, appealing appearance both inside and out. The store will be managed by Jay Vegter, formerly of Muske- Ruth Ogilvie Has Birthday Party FOUNTAIN^— James Ogilvie entertained a group of children Saturday in honor of his daughter Ruth's eighth birthday anniversary. Games and a lovely lunch, with a pretty white birthday cake which was decorated with the words, "Happy Birthday" in pink, and pink candles, were en- vich and son, Joe, left Sunday on a motor trip to'the World's fair | in New York and to visit rela- |tives in Connecticut. They expect to be gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Kirkpatrick are announcing the birth of a son, James Bryce, Sunday, Sept. 17, at their home in Ludington. James Bryce is the first grandchild or Mr. and Mrs. Brandenburg home Sunday. \ Miss Dorothy Emmons of | Grand Rapids is visiting at the i Ralph Tower home. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith were guests Sunday at the Jerd Howe j home in Ludington. , Mrs. Robert Rader and son, Leon, were recent guests at the : Fred Smith home. ; Drwey Brandenbui's; and ' ' gon. A complete line shoes Phyllis and Erma VanSickle, Phyllis McFarland, Patricia Heise, Raya Eyer, Rela Stewart, Marceline and Delores Dufon, Beverly Brandt, Ethel Boehm, Lillian Goff and the hostess, Miss Ruth, who was James Kirfcpatrlck of Fountain. | Marshall Smith of the" Bran- who are happy m the congratu- ' ^iciu lations of tneir friends. The baby is also a great grandchild of Mr. Edwards of P'ountain. Frank Owen is in Wayland on business this week. Custer Mrs. Edith Deling, daughters. ! denburg garage. Custer, attend' eel the Oldsmobile convention ; held at Lansing last Tuesday. j Mildred Sme'dberg, who is in I nurses' training- at St. Mary's I hospital, Grand Rapids, was a j last week-end guest at her home in Custer. : Zinnie Gilding is expected to ^fl StTe l!" ?!^"f,,£ e %?**? Mari °" and Mae, and son, Joe! | arrive for a visit with his sister, Jay Vegter for men and women and the Red Goose line for boys and girls will be featured. All footwear handled is of Fjriedman-Shelby manufacture. Friedman-Shelby Is a branch of the International Shoe Co. of Miss Irene JanKoviak, who prepared the happy arrangements. I The guests left many pretty gifts in memory of the occasion. Mrs. N. MacKay is happy to j have as her guests this week her I sisters, Mrs. McLaughlin of Bos- j ton, Mass., and Mrs. Donaldson •of Dumbartonshire Scotland. [When speaking of the war sit- juation, Mrs. Donaldson re- i marked she had heard more j about it since coming to the I United States than in her own j country which she left only a i few weeks ago. Mrs. McLaugh- .' lin and Mrs. Donaldson expect to | leave for Toronto Saturday to i visit relatives before returning ! to Boston. j Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ludeman I are entertaining relatives this week from Whitewater. Wis. In- j were callers at the Dewey Mrs. E. P. Reene. and family. LYRIC TONIGHT AND SATURDAY St Louis, largest manufacturer j eluded are Mrs. Emma Rmn, Mr. of shoes in the world. ! and Ml 'S- George Kembaum and Both Mr. Birke and Mr. Vegter have had many years' experience in retailing. Mr. Birke has been connected with the shoe business in some form or other ever since high j school days in 1915. Hart, his home town, after five years in a shoe store, he spent j two years working in Ann Arbor i and later became department j manager of Smith and Co. in j Grand Rapids, a position he held ; until 1926 when he went into i business for himself in Hart. ! Mr. Vegter has also had a long | and vailed experience in shoe merchandising. After clerking for seven years in a Muskegon shoe store he secured a position at Grossman's department store •where he served first as assistant manager and later as manager and buyer for the shoe department. Mr. Vegter will make his home | in Ludington. He is married and i has_a son. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Floerke. Ford Borema visited over last week-end in Lansing. George and William Hartwell of Detroit were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hansen. reiving.' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kietz- 'to7 fVvP I mann of Ludington and Dr. and Mrs. Neal Johnson of Scottville guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Blohm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Luft and Mrs. Sarah Puterbaugh visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lyons and Mrs. Jennie Tompkins in Grand Haven Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Florenz Mickc- MVTBEMY RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key station of each network Is listed In the programs. The Networks: WEAF—WTAM, WTMJ, WOT. WLW. WSM, WMAQ. WOOD, WWJ. WJZ — WL8. WTMJ. WMAQ, WXYZ, WLW, WOOD. WABC—WJB, WHA3, WBBM. JUST ARRIVED New Shipment of Beautiful Electric TABLE LAMPS With wide variety of bases and shades $1 MORRIS 5c, lOc to $1 STORE CALL LETTERS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980, KPAB 770, KPI 640, KMOX 1090, KOA 830, KYW 1020. WBBM 770, WCFL 970, WBAL 1000, WCCO 810, WABC SCO, WKAB 850. WDAP 610, WKAP 860, WBNR 870, WON 720, WQY 780, WHAM 1150, WHAS 820, WHO 1000, WIBO 570, WJJD 1130, WSM 650, WJR 750, WJZ 760. WL8 870, WLW 700, WMBI 1080, WKZO 890, WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270. WOW 5BO. WOWO 1100, WSB 740, WTAM 1070, I WTIC 1000, WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 620. (Time Is Eastern Standard) ' TONIGHT: European sched- ule—WEAF-NBC 6:15 and 11, WJZ-NBC 9, MBS-Chain 9 and 9:30, WABC-CBS 7:55. WEAF-NBC—7 Lucille Manners concert; 8 Waltz Time; 8:30 Death Valley Days; 9 Guy Lombardo; 9:30 Business Frontiers, talk. WABC-CBS—6:30 Prof. Quiz;! 7 Under Western Skies; 8 Johnny Presents; 8:30 First Nighter; i 9:30 Bob Ripley. I WJZ-NBC—7 Chicago Jamboree; 7:30 Don't Forget- 8 Plantation Party; 8:30 Harry i Horllck concert; 10:15 Dance Music. MBS-Chain—7:30 WOR Symphony; 8:30 Music arid Manners; 9:15 Dr. Lee De Forest, talk. TEMPERATURE *~ TODAY AT IliOfl®/ Weather Forer&^i Lower Michigan: Generally fair in south portion, increasing cloudiness in north portion tonight and Saturday. Not quite so cool tonighl except in extreme northeast portion. Warmer Saturday except in extreme north portion. CHILLY NIGHTS AND MORNINGS Can be overcome with a small furnace fire supplied by slow burning REGAL COAL. Let us bring up a load today. THK LUDINGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct Tin;e Phone 99 'Our Gang" and "News" Matinee Saturday 25c and 10c. Nights 30c and lOc. SUNDAY, MONDAY. TUESDAY in a story of a foster mother...in a fast romance! ith CHARLES COLBURN • FRANK ALBERTSOtf Bonnie Belmont LUCKY STAR DAN€E CASH PRIZES! Music By The Lucky Stars LOON LAK! PAVILION PRIZE DANCE Lucky Star System. Music by Upclegraff's Orchestra. NSGHT SATURDAY: European schedule—WEAF-NBC 7 and 11 a. m.; WABC-CBS 7 a. m. and 5:30 p. in. ! WEAF-NBC — 9:30 a. m. I Bright Idea club; 2 p. m. Dance! hour; 5 Kaltenmeyer's Kinder-i garten. WABC-CBS—10:30 a m Concert hall; 12:30 p. m. What Price America. 4 Summer Serenade: WJZ-NBC — 11:30 a. m. Farmers' Union; 4 Dance Music; 5:30 Renfrew of the Mounted. MBS-Chain — 4:30 Rep. J. W. Dltter talking on Neutrality; 5:30 W.C.T.U. Discussion of Mass Communication. SATURDAY SHORT WAVES: 2RO Rome 7:30 Chamber music; yV&RC Caracas fl Dance music; O8D, GSC, GSB London 11:15 In the Groove. FOR SUNDAY: IJAT4 Budapest 7 Peasant 'longs; PCJ Eindhoven 8:25 Pro- K ftm tor America; TPA4 Paris Leading Press Articles. Most bird eggs are In the tra- jUttonal egg-shape, but the egg Bf-* the sand grouse is oblong, ^ftthlng like a medicine cap- PHpUt, and that of the plover is shaped, of a bone disease "fcbossy Jaw"-which - Maetf among workers factories, the use of ^•fy&uift '.%>%V%^V%V%%V%%V%V%VS%%V%V%%SSV%^%V%V.%V%VA%%V%%%%VS^SV.V.-.-.-.V; BIRKE'S m9MM^fnLMaa Wr Saturday, Sept. 23 117 South James Street We are proud to have been chosen as a distributor for the famous FRIEDMAN SHELBY all-leather shoes. Here in our beautiful new store we will provide a modern up-lo-dale footwear serivce for .vt.u and your family. Bring the family to our GALA OPENING—See these truly fine sh:u> values! SOUVENIRS FOR EVERY ONE— Children Must be Accom panied hv Parents. V 0^ 2^ to $ G r\ K" "I'll iure iay that FuVJ- lliun-S7lclf»\'i fit and gmui looks can't br cfufiliruifti'" You can't hrlp but a^rrr with this typical Fricdman- Shelby enihusian ajier yuur first day in a pair of (hr*c amazing i».i»ti-rpicce» of good At and i>ood look*! In the newest fall color* aiiJ Ir.if htrf thrv'rc * irj ro resist' . . to TO MEN and WOMEN One Pair of Hose with Each Shoe Purchase Women's 79c First Quality Not alone during school, days . . . but doubly so in after life, j Proper footwear provides the confidence that will start your youngsters along the right path. $1.98 to Hosiery Special! —FOR SATURDAY ONLY- Our Regular 79c Value Pr. • First Quality • Pure Thread Silk • Full Fashioned • Hingtass • Service or Chiffon Limit 2 Pair to a Customer. •f $6.50 During llic busy lioiirn of housework, nljopplriB... whenever your fed are •lrnlni : d.T.wenr.<>,.'<We FOOT-BUILD- EltS and »ec if you aren't fresher al the end of the day. Their Moulded Intolei. Footgulilc liefU, .many oilier exlracom- forl feature* help give you all-day ca«e. fiRCH SHOES Even the daintier little girl* have bu»v little feet. Mere one minute, there the next. Only shoes of sturdy construction can serve their purpose from a cost standpoint. Many pretty pattern* available in out flare. There is a Friedman-Shelby work shoe (or every work shot -purpose. to - J .38 to '.98 Store iwws^vuvwvw.^^

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