The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 26, 1939 · Page 2
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 2

Ludington, Michigan
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Tuesday, September 26, 1939
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements Representatives of Ninth District Townsend Clubs Hear Speakers at Meetings Ludington Townsend club No. 1 was host Sunday afternoon at the local headquarters to representatives of the several Townsend clubs in the Ninth congressional district. The first meeting was called to order by the local president, Prank Alexander, who introduced the first guest speaker of the day, Dr. A. Clougn of Muskegon. After a brief address, Dr. dough intr(|duced the main speaker, Robert Z. Adams, nationally known speaker from Los Angeles, Calif. At the beginning of his address, Mr. Adams explained that the purpose in calling this meeting was to elect a chairman for the Trailblazers organization in this district. Dr. Clough was unanimously elected to this office. Mr. Adams then addressed the clubs on the topic, "Sparks from the Anvil of Experience," stressing the efficacy of honesty, sincerity and unceasing endeavor in striving toward any desired end. (Please turn to Page 8, Column 4) * * # Parents and Teachers To Join Association LYRIC THEATER— t - •.-•..: :•*' • •-Presents "Bachelor Mother" with Ginger Rogers, David Niven, Charles Coburn, Frank Albertson and E. E. Clive. KOZY THEATER— Presents "The Cowboy Quarterback" with Bert Wheeler, Marie Wilson and Gloria Dickson. Also selected short subjects. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM WfVMriUi lift *ll •*»*** Dancing. j OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Stars to Confer Degrees on Two at Special Event Mrs. A. A. Reiser, worthy matron of Pere Marquette chapter No. 327, Order of Eastern Star, has called a special meeting for tonight, Sept. 26, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of initiation. At this meeting the degrees of the order will toe coit- ferred upon two candidates. Guests at this meeting will be The* meeting"was opened with I members of the Shelby, Hart _ -L! _* il -nrrt * ._ 1 _ J 1311 H PPn T:\VH f.P 1* The first regular meeting of the Parent-Teachers' association of Lakeview school, held Friday afternoon at the school building, combined in its program a delightful reception honoring the teachers of the school and also the mothers of new kindergarten students. The season's first meeting of the Parent-Teacher association of Foster school was held Friday afternoon at the school building. Mrs. Edward Organ, the new president of the association, conducted a ibusiness meeting at' which it was decided to purchase a membership in the Pere Marquette Memorial association. It was also decided that the association will sponsor a ] pancake supper at some time i In the near future. The program for the afternoon was opened with the presentation of an interesting reading >by Mrs. 'Albert Palm, followed toy the playing of a .piano selection toy Jack Baltzer. A group of guitar selections were playell 'by Mrs. Ila Hartley, Mary*Hartley and Mamie Clymer, following which Mrs. Or- A quiet home ceremony, performed Sunday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock, united in marriage Miss 'Marjorie Manning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sieberger of Milwaukee, and Max Radtke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radtke, 720 Brother street. The service was read by Rev. R. E. Omark. at the home of the .bride's father at 207 East Court street, in the presence of the immediate families of the couple and their attendants, Miss Jeanne Godfrey and Jack Wheeler. The bride chose an afternoon frock of teal-blue alpaca, worn with contrasting accessories in wine shade. Her flowers were American Beauty roses, in a corsage bouquet. Miss Godfrey, as bridesmaid, wore a suit of lavender wool. Her accessories were white and she wore a corsage of small flowers in pastel shades. Mrs. Radtke is a graduate of the reciting of the PT-A pledge, led by the president, Mrs. Gerald F. Swarthout. After the pledge, the singing of "America" was led by Mrs. R. L. Vorce. The new Kindergarten mothers and the teachers were then welcomed by Mrs. Sv/arthout and a rose corsage was presented to each honor guest by Mrs. Stedman Rohn and Mrs. Emil Newberg, members of the hospitality committee. A welcome was also given to H. E. Waites, former superintendent of schools, who has returned to Ludington after a year's absence. Mr. Waites was present at the meeting. A brief business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Swarthout and Mrs. Kyle Piercy, finance chairman, outlined the projects to be considered by the association for the new season. It was also announced that the annual membership drive will be held during the first week in October. The prize of $1 for the room having the largest number of (Please turn to Page 3, Column 2) and Pentwater chapters. Mrs. Nell Cutler of Luther, president of the Manistee district association, has also been invited to be a guest. Refreshments will 'be served and a social hour will follow the meeting. Members of the Pere Marquette chapter are urged to be present at this meeting as a good attendance is desired. Mrs. L. McLain Is Honored At Shower Mrs. Joseph Muar of 807 North James street entertained Saturday evening with a delightful stork shower complimenting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy McLain. Lovely fall flowers in ohades of pink and white were used in decorating the home. The evening was spent socially while some of the guests enjoyed playing bingo. Prizes were won by Mesdames Marschall Matti.s, Roy DeHoff, Gustav Heidemann, Herman Brockhaus, John Brockhaus. Scott Ames, Robert Spalding. Marl in Boals, Allen Kucij, Frank Benz ana Miss Amelia Schaeffer. Later. Mrs. McLain was presented with her many lovely gifts. At the close of t'ne evening, a delicious four-course luncheon was served at small tables appointed in gay colors for the occasion. Mrs. Muar was assisted in serving by Mrs. Charles Stever, mother of Mrs. McLain. Guests of the evening were Mesdames Elery Sanders, Mar- Mattis, Allen Charles Stever, Milton McLain, John Brockhaus, Ted Van, Herman Brockh&us, Josetph Muar 1 , Leroy McLain and the hostess, Mrs. Muar. Mrs. Albert Brockhaus, Mrs. Harold Brockhaus and Miss Esther Franz were unable to be present. * * •* First Meeting KUCU, Roy Is Held Monday DeHoff, Josepn Gaaziemski. Ray- . mond Brockhaus, John Brock- Ludington Extension club No. hau&, Herman Brockhaus, Mar- l held its first meeting of the an Boals, Scott Ames, Robert season on Monday evening at Spalding, Charles Stever and the ~ "" '' ' honoree, Mrs. McLain; Miss Amelia Schaeffer of North Riverton, Miss , Freda Brockhaus, Miss Loretta Rasmusson; Gustav Heidemann, Frank T. Benz Jr. of North Riverton; Brice Vander- ling of Chicago, Elery Sanders, Pere Marquette school. The leaders, Mrs. Delbert Filer and Mrs. Joseph Tushek, presented the lesson on "Color, the Master Key to Beauty," showing the value of color in the home for the achievement of harmony and pleasure. The use of color was also emphasized by the leaders through a study of illustrative material such as color charts, water colors, colored advertisements and pictures of furnished rooms in color. In the club Mrs. Paul Erickson will act as chairman and Mrs. Ernest Wigren as secretary- treasurer. * * * A new bon voyage card unfolds a map of the United States and Canada, and even favorite attractions are marked on it. England has approxlmate- 2,000 breeders of fancy mice as a hobby. Some fanciers there have been breeding mice for more than 50 years. A mirror recently invented reflects a true image of you as others see you, because it reflects a true image, not reversed as is The Fuel Without Fault! NO SMPKlNft EAT LAGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, BREAD, ROLLS and PASTRY "Famous for Over 25 Years." Dark Breads Keep You Healthy Swedish Limpa, Rye Graham, Rye, Whole" Wheat and f-ecialty Breads. LAGESEN DANISH BAKERY 605 S. Washington Ave. Phone 755 SOLVAY The Abrahamson- Nerheim Co. Phone 130 ,°.".V.W W I Milwaukee. Mr. Radtke, who is employed at the Morris company local store, is a graduate of Ludington high school. Mr. and Mrs. Radtke are at home to their friends at 207 East Court street. A survey reveals that building construction in Houston, Tex., exceeds that of any city of similar size in the United States. Men and Women Enjoy Bowling! As a game and a sport most people, it's unequalled. You can play by yourself or with any number of people. You can bowl any time of day or eve- nning. It's inexpensive, easy-to-learn. Try It/ SMITH'S RECREATION gan gave an account of a con- | Mrs. Brown's Business school of I.« vention which she attended in " :1 '— "- "--"•' u " '-'-' Sault Ste. Marie last spring. At the close of the meeting, delicious refreshments were served with the officers and teachers as hostesses. ——#• * * Two Lodges Honor 88th Anniversary • The members of Crystal lodge No. 159, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, were hosts Friday evening to members of Ludington lodge No. 87, Rebekahs, at an evening function, held at the I.O.OJF. hall in celebration of the 88th anniversary of the founding of the Rebekah order. Fifteen tables of pinochle were played with prizes for both men and women. First prize for men was won by Archie Walters and second by Henry Meisenheimer, while first prize for the ladies was won by Mrs. Charles Button and second by Mrs. Harry Stalter At the close of the game, refreshments were served at tables decorated in pink and green^. The key colors were carried sbut in the lovely arrangements of, dahlias which centered the tables and in tall pink tapers which flanked the bouquets. Later in the evening - music for dancing was furnished by Mrs. Oscar Anderson and George Filer. The; event was arranged by a committee from the Rebekah lodge,; consisting of Mrs. Earl ;!>arker, Mrs. Emil VanAeLst and Mrs. tJames McKay; and an committee headed by IIDart Parker and including Fred i Schroeder and Myron Myers. Everyone Is Going TO SCOTTVILLE ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY for their 8th Harvest Home Festival You'll also find plenly of SCHRINSC S VELVET ICE CREAM in Scoltville—Hope you have a big time. i VW.-.V.' i Ii B M • • I WELCOME TO SCOTTVILLE DURING To Check Constipation Get at Its Cause! constipation has you down so you feel heavy, tired and dopey, It'a time you cud something about £ It Ana something more than Just taking a physic! You should get at the ea«M of the trouble. >-U you eat the super-refined e eat, the chances . „__ ty is simple-i/ou pet enough "bulk." 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