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t'AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1939. SOCIETY BY CIRCLE Local Amusements The Women's jsionary society Gay Party Honors Birthday Anniversary I LYRIC THEATER— Conservation Delegates to Be Entertained with Interesting Program Plans have been completed for the sixth annual conservation conference for women of Michigan, to be held i>n Sept. 26 and 27 at the Hotel Stearns and at Ludington State park at Ludington. The conference is open .0 all persons interested in the conservation of natural resources and in obtaining a better knowledge of its progress in Michigan and in the nation. Guests of the convention are asked to register at Hotel Stearns upon arrival. Lists of private homes to accommodate guests will be obtainable from the Ludington Chamber of Commerce. Owenine Events The convention program will open on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, at which time registration will be completed and small maps of Ludington State park will be given to the delegates. At 10 o'clock, groups may leave for the State park, where each group may see that which interests it. No guides will be necessary for the morning tours. Short trips through the camping grounds, •Inspection of the buildings, beaches and nearby trails are suggested. At 1 p. m., luncheon will be served at the Ludington-Pere Marquette CCC camp at Presents John Priscilla Lane in Garfield and "Dust Be My Destiny" with Alan Hale, Frank McHugh and Billy Halop. Also j "Our Gang" and "News." IOSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Music by "Butch" and the Boys and floor show. IIAMELL'S LAKE SliORE INN— Dancing. TOUD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Mrs. Raymond Mulyneux entertained recently at a deJight- Foreign Mis- ful oarty, given at lv home at of Bethany 1610 North Rowe street in honor i Methodist church combined its ' o f the fifth -birthday anniver- first fall meeting and a de- S ary of her daughter, Lois. jlightful supper party at the] During the afternoon the church parlors recently. , small guests played with a vari- The meeting was opened | e t v O f toys and iwere also enter- with community singing, followed by the serving of a delicious two-course su'pner served from tables decorated with arrangements of fall flowers and with tiny world globes. tained by playing games on the lawn. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out at the table at which refreshments nut- each were served. Dainty pink cups marked the place of One hundred and twenty-five persons were guests recently at a reception held at Evangelical Free church in honor of the new pastor of the church and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Carl G. Nicholson. The program, which was arranged by a committee headed by 'John Larson, was opened with a devotional program directed by Joseph Anderson. Entertainment of the occas- the luncheon was the serving of the beautiful birthday cake, five candles. The hodiess was serving by Mrs. of Miss Ethel Naomi Anderson . , . . . . _ . . . i_,ukjo ALICIA »v\- \_* viiVrf |-**tv^^ *_»* VSMX*AA .duct! un»ii*»*^*» v w * «*»^, ««w.— The devotional service of the chlld and colorfu i balloons were s ion also included instrumental evening ^as^cond^cted^^y^Mrs. j given as favors The fea ture of music, played by a trio composed Larson, Miss and Miss Vio. let Lindquist; and the presenta- assisted in \ tion of an interesting reading by C. A. Tuttle;; E. T. Anderson. Further music of the honor j was provided by a string ensemble, which played several selections, and also by Dorothy Anderson, who appeared in a musical reading. A piano solo was played by Miss Sylvia Benson, well-known artist. Arthur S. Benson, who chose the topic "One Heart, One Way." A prayer was offered tr , rnpd wlth its by Rev Erling Edwardsen.. pa 5 - j ™? ppe ,? n *^ ™ tor of the church. During the course of the business session, the annual reports of the secretary and treasurer were presented and the secretary read a letter from the Bible woman in In- grandmother guest. Those present were Mrs. Fred Dostal, Mrs. James Fisher, Mrs. John Holzbach and Mrs. Alan dia, whose support the society j Tuttle : Jimmy, Jack and Mary has contracted for the new ac- ' Hoh/bacli, Nancy Dostal, Rober- Roller skating. * ! da Vogel, Lee Schoenherr, Harold LaFleur Jr., Alan Tuttle, Moly- tive year. The president, Mrs. I ta Budreau. Dolores Cory, Bob- Benson, then thanked Rev. Ed- I'by Carto, Beatrice Cooper, Gor- wardsen for his co-operation j don_E\ving. Jimmy Fisher, Bren- throughout the past year and, in behalf of the Missionary ! society, welcomed Rev. and I Mrs. Edwarcisen into the church for their fourth year. At the beginning: of the evening's orogram. Mrs. Stewart Mrlntosh gave an interesting talk about the work of the society in the Bethany Methodist church of Racine, Wis.. of which she is president. The study topic for the eve- ofnini was "China." from the At the close of the program remarks were made by Rev. Erling Edwardsen, Rev. R. E. Omark and Rev. Ludwig Anderson, at which time a purse was prc- Richard and Gilbert Molyneux; Dented to Rev. and Mrs. Nichol- the honor guest, Lois Molyneux; i son. who responded with thanks. and the hostesses. Mrs. neux and Mrs. Tuttle. # * * Forty persons, members -_ the faculty of Ludington high book "Women and the Wav." school and their families and; Tn e prologue by Madame guests, enjoyed a delightful Cnian? Kai-Shek, was read by fish fry, held recently at Bor-jMrs. Charles Ferguson. The tel's Landing. ! chapter, relating what Chris- A delicious dinner was served ;™, q P lt . v meant to the women of m .« i at 6 p. m. at the landing. Fruit; China was reviewed by Mrs. State park, Mrs. Audrey DeWitt,, from the Fitch farm was con- i Harold skoo °; representative of the Michigan I tr ibuted by Miss Dorothy Fitch i At a sma11 Department of Conservation, presiding. C. Lawrence Lind, secretary of the Ludington to complete the meal. At this time Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell O. 3lead were present- v, v the Teachers' club h School The presentation was made with a few appropriate words, by H. H. Hawley, superintendent of the local Chamber of Commerce, will ad- j d wifch • attractive collective dress the convention on the sub- i ject of "Ludington State Park' and Its Development" at this! time. Instruction will also be j given for the afternoon trail trips and introduction to the I camp officials, who will act as i guides, will be made. i During the afternoon, special j trips on selected trails, arranged j by Robert G. Madill, project su- : pervisor of Ludington CCC camp,! will be made. Each person may ; choose the trail trip she wishes. I as will be outlined at the lunch- table. tw.o tall white lighted tapers were surrounded by mite-boxes. a grouD of world Accomuanied by the uiano music of Mrs. Eskel Olson, the members marched to this tab'./ each taking a box. and later . . • . circle formation Light of the World Is Jesus'" remaining in to sini "The was then announced by committee in charge ojM^S^wou^* ^nSSam lor tne event, chairman for the comhV "year consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Mrs Marti Abrah ^;™ " Dewey, Mr. and Mrs._ Arthur i mite-box secretary. Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Alton C. Granger, Miss Lela Johnson, Miss Ellen Palm, Miss Katherine Newberg, Miss Dorothy eon. Trips will include the Lost j Fitch and Erving Hansen. Lake trail, the Sky-line trail, the Island Lake trail and the Coast Guard trail. All members of the cpnvention will return to Ludington at 5 o'clock. i Informal Dinner f An informal dinner will be served at Hotel Stearns at 7 p. m., Mrs. R. J. Seator, Battle Creek conservation chairman and member of the Michigan Federa- * # * Mrs. Stearns Is Hostess To Club Mrs. R. L. Stearns entertained the members of the Mason Guests of the occasion were Mrs. Richard Beebe, Mrs. Eugene Mat.son. Mrs. S. Anderson. Mrs. Max Paul, Mrs. Walter Zemke. Mrs. Grace Jacobson. Mrs. Raymond Fath. Mrs. Stewart Wis.; Mrs. Sorenson of Perth Am- i boy. N. J The committee in charge of the meeting consisted of Mrs. I. M. Iverson. Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mrs. Charles Ferguson, The first meeting of the Women's society of the Community church was held Wednesday afternoon at the churchhouse. Devotionals were led by Mrs. Edward McCarthy, who read an interesting article on the origin and authorship of a number of hymns which she chose for her song service. An introduction to the society's new book for study, "Through Tragedy to Triumph," was presented by Rev. Paul H. Clark, who also suggested methods of study. Mrs. Clark B. Jagger entertained the society with a review of the current chapter from "Women and the World." concerning the lives of women in china. Mrs. Jagger also quoted f rom a letter, written to Dr. JameS H ° lmeS Of the Ftot church of Los Angeles, Calif., Chiang Kai-Shek. Later in the evening, delicious refreshments were served in the church parlors by a committee headed by Mrs. Joseph Andersen and including Mrs. J. O. Juhn.son, Mrs. Carl Larsen, Mrs. Walter Larsen and Mrs. H. E. Lindquist. The committee was assisted by the husbands of the members. Post-Nuptial Shower Honors Mrs. Nielsen Mrs. Burton Featherstone and Mrs. Ray Laytoh were co- hostesses recently at a delightful post-nuptial shower, given at the Layton home at 105 V 2 Sixth street in honor of Mrs. Niels Nielsen, a recent bride. A variety of amusing games were played during the evening and prizes were won by Mrs. Nielson and Mrs. Robert Arnold. Mrs. Arnold later presented her gift to the honoree. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess at the end of the dvenlng. The rooms of the home were beautifully decorated with bouquets of flowers of the season. Those present were Mesdames Florence Fuller .Robert Arnold, Edward Pomorski, Leonard Nielsen, Ned Taggart, John Findling, John Heglund, Harold Holmes, David Sauers, Carl Carlson, Edward Carlson, Adam Mockovic, Alan Prior; the honoree, Mrs. hostesses, Barber, T. J. Barber, Edward Dutch, Otto Nelson, Rudolph Kovar, Thomas Loy, W. P. Fortier, Andrew Murphy, C. O. Dittmer and the hostess, Mrs. Lorentz. The next meeting of the circle will be held on Thursday, Oct. 5, at the home of Mrs. Thomas Loy, 110 East Danaher street. __ * # # Epworth League Enjoys Meeting Members of the Epworth League of Bethany Methodist church held the regular monthly meeting of the organization on Friday evening in the church parlors. The meeting was called to order by the president,. Miss read a Scrip- and Nielsen; and the Mrs. Featherstone Mrs. Layton. W "7T 7T — Begin Projects at Normal School Class projects at Mason County Normal school have already been begun, under the leadership of Miss Ruth Lamos, it was announced today. Officers of this year's class, the membership of which includes 20 persons, are: President, Glenn Bockstanz; vice-president. Miss Thelma Bickford; secretary, Miss Eleanor Hackert; The parlors were attractively j a nd treasurer. Thomas Selby. decorated the guests for the occasion andj Plans are being made for a re- were served at long tables appointed in yellow and blue. During the serving, music Vera Hansen, ture verse. The club members then participated in group singing and a brief business session was held. The reports of the secretary, Miss Edith Jacobson, and of the treasurer. Miss Sylvia Benson, were read and approved and it was voted to raise the club pledge to the church. It was also decided to hold the league's devotional hour on Thursday evenings instead of on Sundaj' evenings. Arrangements will be made by the devotional chairman, Mrs. Carlton Benson. On Thursday, Sept. 28, the league will hold a 6 o'clock supper and devotionals will be held immediately afterward. Carlton Benson will be speaker at the meeting. the group motored to Ludington State park, where a program of games was enjoyed. Later in the evening, a delicious picnic luncheon was served by Stanley Benson, host of the occasion. # •* #_,— In Denmark there is an old church in the sand dunes of Skagen which was buried by a sand storm in the eighteenth century. Today only its tower i£ visible. I Take Care Of I Yourself At * i This Change i Of Seasons! * Throat and lung * balsam has been a * household name for a * long time as a simple * remedy for coughs and t colds. It will prevent | serious complications £ in coughs and colds if £ taken in the early stag- * es. $ LIBERAL SIZE BOT- | TLE, 35c. Keep a bottle t i t *** At the close of the meeting, j* * on hand. *—*—*—•*—* — i * *—*--*—*-•* freshmen t stand to be set up at the Harvest Home festival at Scottville on Sept. 28 and wasjurnished by the string en-j Proceeds from this project and during the a trip for semble. Reported to have been greatly enjoyed, the event was arranged by a committee including Mrs. Carl Johnson as chairman. Mrs. Godfrey Hallberg. Mr.s. Herman Olson and Mrs. John Errnson. --- * * * - ' others carried out year will go toward the graduates in the spring". * * * St. Rose Ladies Meet on Thursday Mrs. Eskel Olson and Mrs." Benson. important to ! have come to light in connection with the lar-eastern conflict. Mrs. Elbert Keene, president of the society, presided at the business meeting at which the Special Dedication Service To Be Held ladies of the St. Rose of St. Simon's church The circle were entertained Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Norman Lorentz, South Washington avenue. j The president of the circle. Three MI vices of special in- Mrs. Edward Hclzbach, con- tcrest will be held Sunday at: ducted a bnel business meeting Bethany Methodist church, j at which the members of the under " the direction of two! group voted to purcha.se an as- membcrs of the Muskegon campj sociate membership in the Perc' Entertainment Sunday Evening, 8 O'Clock POLISH HALL Benefit of St. Stanislaus' Church !* * * * * of all always T* *!* 1 ! * <.;. * a corn- vitamin Complete line cold remedies on hand. We also have plete stock of products. SAHLMARK'S PHARMACY — Prescriptions —• — Magazines — * * * * * * * * * * of The Gideons, international Christian men's association America. Albert VanKampen, president of the Muskegon camp. >vill be guest speaker for the morning service at 10:45 o'- Marquette Memorial association, of | The membership will be pur- | chased in the club name at an vice j early date. The mystery package of the afternoon, presented by Mrs. C. O. Dittmer, was awarded to clock and will address the con-; Mrs. J. R. Anderson. *regation at that time on the* During the latter part of the subject. "God's Promises." At 1 afternoon, the ladies sewed on tion of Women's clubs board, pre- County Garden club at tea on siding. Entertainment following the dinner Will 'consist of the illustrated talk, "The Dust Bowl" by Mrs. Ormond E. Hunt of Detroit, director of the Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan, and the Jay N. Darling motion picture cartoon, "Once Upon a Time," by the courtesy of Mrs. Clarence W. Avery of Detroit. Breakfast will be Thursday afternoon at her lovely home on North Lakeshore drive. Forty ladies were present during the afternoon. The guests enjoyed a tour of the home and of the garden, 'beautiful in this season with various fall flowers. Later in the afternoon, tea was served from a decorated table in the dining room of Evangel Services to End on Sunday members were reminded of 9:30 o'clock session of the Sun-i work for the Red Cross. At the their opportunity to send fruit day school, the speaker will be (close of the afternoon, the hos- for Starr Commonwealth for| Sidney Tempa, who will talk to I t.es.s served delicious refresh- Boys. The ladies were asked to I the pupils on the topic, "The!ments. The home was decorated bring tneir donations to the, Gideon Bible." t f°r the occasion with bouquets of home of Mrs. Keene, who will i The work of The Gideons in| flowers in various fall shades, arrange the packing and mail- Western Michigan includes the! Members present included , TT - _ ~ * " " ~ . VCU Uii , (j lc m u*4c vaiiiiiiQ i WAH * Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock,, home Mrs E . E Barthell ftkuw 1 tim ^ Jhe topic will be Mrs . Jose ph Sahlmark Sr. "The Story of Michigan." Mrs.' Clarence Avery of Detroit, president of the Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan, will preside. At 9 a. m.. Miss Helen M. Martin, research geologist of the Michigan department of conservation, will address the conference on the subject "The Story of Michigan's Billion-year Preparation for the White Man." Miss Martin's talk will be followed by a 15-minute recess, after which the delegates will hear an address on the topic, sided at the tea urns. Bunco Club Is Entertained by Mrs. J. Albright The series of soecial evan<re- I listic services, which has been i conducted at Washington Avenue Baptist church durins the past two weeks, will be closed i the | this Sunday with a group meet- ! and j ins; held according to the usual' pre- j church schedule j Miss Alma Reiber, who has I been the messenger during these services, announces that she will speak at the Sunday morning service on the theme, "The Great Reality." At the evening service. Miss Reiber will address the congregation on the topic, "Excuses.' ing of the fruit, it was also announced that a s " mellme in lhnear Iutu re. i Martha circle of the Community church and a feature of the occasion will be a book review, olacing of Bibles in the rural i Mesdames Adam Lavich, C. J. schools of Muskegon, Newaygoj Lcmire, J. R. Anderson, George and Mason counties, it is to be I noted. At a special service at| r~~~~rrr~ r^ _ _. _~ 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Mr. i VanKampen will dedicate 65 j Bibles for donation to the rural! schools of Mason county. At I this time. Mr. VanKampen willi The regular social meeting of the Lakeview Bunco club was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joseph Al- to be given by Mrs. Harold Lar-{.spenkon the topic, "God's Word." All interested persons are urged to attend these services. sen. At the conclusion of the meeting, a social hour was enjoyed in the church parlors. Lovely boucmets of fail flowers decorated the rooms and refreshments were served Iron; a table Samuelson and mon. Jerome Har- "The Coming of the White Man I 'bright Jr., at Creamery Corners. and His Activities and Development of the Lands and Waters," by L. R. Shoenmann, director of the conservation institute of Michigan State college. These talks will be followed by a period The ministry of Miss Murray I centered withu ^ ht _£ lo *? rs in her singing and of Miss Rei- j £? rs - Jt> rome ber in her preaching during the | f re f .. faam j past two weeks has been of' "ostesses at great value to those who have attended the services, it was re- Two tables of bunco were i ported. played with first prize being] A cordial invitation is ex- won by Mrs Arthur Rineberg ! tended to all interested persons ! harcit, Gli-.'cnce Kist.ler, Fred Jerome Harmon and Mrs. Fred Samuelson presided as the refreshment table. Tne committee in charge of arrangements for the serving eluded Mesdames John Geb- and low by Mrs. Earl Parker. j to attend At the close of the afternoon,' Sunday, a delicious luncheon was served the meetings this!., ....——. to give opportunity for questions 'by the hostess. Bouquets of cut and discussion. | flowers were used in decoration Close at Noon The convention will close at noon with a luncheon at Hotel throughout the home. The next meeting of the club _ — will be held at the home of Mrs. Stearns, at which Mrs. Arlie L. i Herbert Engfer, on Oct. 4. Hopkins, president of the Port- ! Members present were Mes- I age Lake Garden club, will pre- i dames Nick Miller, Earl Parker, * The country of Tibet has is-1 sued but two series of postage) stamps since 1913. ! VAIUABLE GIFTS side. At this time Harold fitus of Traverse City, author and Michigan Conservation commissioner, will address the conference. As an added feature of education and interest, baskets, bows and arrows, snowshoes and other handicraft made by the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of northern Michigan will be on displav A. J. Seward, Fred C. Schroeder, Herbert Engfer, Rex Tower, Harry Mason, Arthur Rein'berg and the hostess, Mrs. Albright. E. Johnson, Mrs. Charles Fors- j lind, Mrs. Jacob Lunde and Miss j Gertrude Eastman; and decora- i tions will be arranged by Mrs. Aimer Anderson, Mrs. L. E. Carthe Hotel a-aarns. The ex- i rier and Mrs. Earl Schrihk.' hibit is sponsored by the Michigan Work Projects Administration and by the Michigan Department of Conservation, which Tea will be served under the auspices of a committee consisting of Mrs. Corwill Jackson, Mrs. Joseph Sahlmark, Mrs W. H. are co-operating in a rehabilita- | Force and Mrs. R. L Stearns the purpose of re- Mrs. Alice Alexander will have charge of reservations and tickets. Hostess of the event will be the Mason County Garden club. ving and perpetuating native Indian handicraft in Michigan. The committee on general arrangements for the convention Jacjudes Mrs. F. A. Votey, Miss Clara Umbert, Mrs. o. E. Hunt, , Mrs. Emory G. Anderson and lilts. Clarence W, Avery. The (program will be arranged by C. , ^ P^qutn, P. S. Lovejoy and Mrs. -iy DeWitt. Events to take at Ludington State park ,. fcetng arranged by c. Law- loe Lind, Captain Jensen and Committees committee in charge of 4lim«r arrange- p| .Mr*. J. L. A, Votey, Mrs. A, MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 Gas Corporation of Michigan 50c-Sunday Dinner Roast or Fried Chicken with Dressing. Fried or Broiled Lake Trout. Premium Sirloin Steak. Virginia Baked Ham or Choice of Menu. SANDWICHES Club House Special, 45c Chicken Special, 25c Chicken Salad, 20c Denver Special, 20c Bacon Tomato, 20c Hot Pork or Beef, 20c Olive Nut, 20c Minced Ham, I5c Baked Ham, 15c Week-Day Plate Luncheons 35c —Try Our Homemade Pies— Oriole Cafe TRY OUR NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR DONUTS AND CRULLERS HOME MADE SUPER- CREAMED ICE CREAM FOR KEEN DELIGHT! The smoothest, finest and richest, put up in Nickel Cups, Paddle Pops, Double Dip Cones, Pints and Quarts in choice flavors. A Thrifty Dessert. LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY 605 S. 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