The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 26, 1939 · Page 8
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THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTION, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1939, Eddy Is Feted irthday Dinner .' t J. Eddy celebrated his fctrthday anniversary Sunday arid for his pleasure Mrs. Eddy tiaa Arranged a birthday dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. IfcWence Mattix and Miss Thelma Bickford. Pink chrysanthemums were used to decorate the table and a lovely birthday cake was also decorated in pink. Following the dinner, the group enjoyed Chinese checkers. Mr. Eddy received a number of gifts and one special pleasure of the day was a telelgram from j his daughter, Miss Beulah, at Ann Arbor, bringing the greetings of the day. Final Plans Are Completed for 8th Annual Harvest Festival to Be Held Thursday, Friday WE ARE SURE That You'll Enjoy Yourself at Scottville's Harvest Home Festival, next Thursday and Friday. Drop into our shop—we'll be glad to sec you. Orphans Beauty Shopps SCOTTVILLE i ft IT'S OPEN HOUSE IN ALL OF SCOTTVILLE NEXT If the weather man does his part, Scottville will See one of the largest crowds In its history, Thursday and Friday, at the eighth annual Harvest festival. A meeting of the various committees on Monday evening completed the plans and all is now in readiness for the big event. Among the many entertainments offered to the people, the Star theater will sponsor a free show continuously from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. on bota -lays. Thursday and Friday Amusements galore are prom- i ised by Fred J. Reader Jr., chairman of the concessions. All of the rides so much enjoyed will be here for the two days. So many interesting and fun-provoking concessions have applied for places that it has been hard to find standing room for them. Leslie Bragg of the entertainment committee announces many new and interesting events in that line. On Thursday there will be a novelty dog act; comedy clowns will help make things move; a comedy bucking Ford; V! the Hayloft trio and the Ford plentiful, this feature of the festival will be successful. All rural residents are asked to register at the county agricultural office for the gifts to be given away each evening. About $100 worth of gifts will be given away each afternoon at 4 o'clock. The gifts were purchased by the committee including Abbie Schoenberger, Lloyd Stephens ?.nd Roy Peterson and will be ex- j hibited in the various stores until the time of presentation. The gifts include the following: Electric washing machine, floor lamp, 1,000-pound platform scales, tire, battery, electric razor, 12-gauge shotgun, man's mackinaw, electric coffee maker, electric iron, ironing board, card table, blanket, bedspread, potato sprayer and many other articles. Free coffee, cream and sugar is being provided at Community hall and groups are invited to bring their lunches and eat them in comfort in the assembly room of Community hall. Free dances, old-time, will be for the Harvest Home Festival And Especially at Our Store. V I Make this yoflr meeting place. You are $ always welcome, and we, too, are having OPEN HOUSE. I * J. N. MACK'S Scottville, Mich- I I oeing planned in Community hall under the sponsorship of the local firemen. WFIfftMF ToTheHarvest If LiLtUlUEi Home Festival STAR SCOTTVILLE "AIR CONDITIONED" TONIGHT & WEDNESDAY -• A TRULY , DELIGHTFUL PICTURE 'DAUGHTERS with John GARFIELD PRISCILLA LANE ROSEMARY LANE LOLA LANE GALE PAGE WARNER BROS. , PICTURE Local and Social District Rally Is Held Sunday —--„ - i held in the garage in the Robin* | Lake school band are among the ao building with Robert Nelson entertainment numbers. The j t charge. Modern dancing is Hunter trio from the northern part of the state will entertain. These numbers will be given on the Thursday program, appearing both afternoon and evening. On Friday the Jacktown enter- ijjtainers, a group of 11 persons. V i will give the entertainment both A j afternoon and evening. . In addition to these numbers, there will be band numbers by the Scottville school band, the Scottville city band and the Clown band. Contests and other amusements will feature the other entertainments of each afternoon, with something for men, women and children. Friday afternoon features the parade of school floats, one of the finest events of the festival. Already many schools have signified their intention to take part and many lovely floats will be seen. The parade will be headed by the Scottville city band and the school band will also be in line. All contestants are requested to meet at the schoomouse at 2:15 o'clock. The pet parade will follow immediately after the floats. All kiddies through the Seventh grade are invited to enter the parade and small prizes will be given to all entrants. The costume parade will take place Thursday and the eliminations and the finals will take place on Friday afternoon. Space in the agricultural exhibit hall has been reserved by farm organizations and with all manner of farm produce so the honor guest, Mrs Don Schrader, and the hostess, Mrs. Obe Schrader. Mrs. Leo Gorzynski and Mrs. Eldred Beebe were unable to be present. * # # Pere Marquette PT-A Has First Meeting The Pcre Marquette school Parent - Teacher association held its first meeting oif the active year on Friday afternoon at the school building. The meeting was conducted -by the president, Mrs. Joseph Albright Jr. After the transaction of routine business matters, it was announced that an ice cream social will be held on Friday, Sept. 29. at the school. Serving will 'begin at 3:30 o'clock and Walter Klaft. At the close of the afternoon, a delicious two-course luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted 'by her mother, Mrs. Ida Boucher. At this time, a lovely collective gift was presented to Mrs. Harry Soule. Guests of the circle were Mrs. Boucher and Mrs. Frederic Hansen. Members present included Mesdames Koegler, Opitz, Klaft, Soule, Pat Peterson, Vincent Duplessis, Rineholt Schmidt and the hostess, Mrs. Swanson. The October meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. R. Schmidt on North Rowe street. * * * Extension Club Holds Meeting fall active season. A short business meeting was opened by Mrs. Lawrence Carrier, at which time Mrs. Carlton Benson was appointed recreational chairman for the year. Mrs. Merton Rasmussen was also appointed to the office of publicity chairman. During the course of the meeting, Mrs. Carrier discussed the use of the dues for the benefit of the new members. The meeting was tTien turned over to the leader, Mrs. Edward Daron, who directed the first lesson, entitled "Color, the Master Key to Beauty." The next meeting of the club brother, Melvin Howell, of Grand Rapids. ' Mrs. Rhoda Howard visited ! Friday and Saturday at the ' home of her brother. Arthur Martin, in Manistee. Joseph Papes, Bernard La- Guire, Bill Cole, Rex and Gerald Hilden and Bob Rosenow attended the Onekama fair Friday evening. will be held at a November. * * • •e early in The members of Ludington Extension club No. 2 met Monthe public is cordially invited to i clay evening at the sewing room attend I of Ludington high school and An interesting article »«J enjoyed the first meeting of the read by Mrs. was Edward Daron. —Special Added Attractions— Bay Whitley in "Prairie Papas" Comedy "Golden California" and MGM News Shows 6:45-9:15. Admission 25c-10c THURSDAY-FRIDAY EVENINGS—Double Feature »POWJUtYOUN6$TM...R£TlMIS TO SING AND CHARM YOU AGAIN! NEWS IS MADE iff NIGHT PRESTON FOSTER-LYNN BARI WELCOME TO SCOTTVILLE for the EIGHTH HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL Visit Our Service 1 ' Station. Glad to Have You Make This Your Headquarters. ROY PETERSON STANDARD OIL 1 Block North of Stoplight —Added— Colored Cartoon and DEMNED TO DIE" •OVEHUIKI WITH (IT CHRSON * COlUM&Ut CHAPTEt HAY Shows 6:45-9:15 Admission 25c-10c FESTIVAL FREE SHOWS THURSDAY & FRIDAY AFTERNONS—1:00-6:00 p. m. (Change of Program each day) -• SATURDAY ONLY- Double Feature Program Stuart Erwln in Could Happen To You" — ALSO— Tex Ritter in n From Texas" Attractions, March of 8" Mpprfe ftfclody MOVIETONE NEWS p. m, 15c SUNDAY-MONDAY. Oct l-2nd (Continued from Page 2) He then explained how this theory might be best applied to their work for the plan. ' After a brief recess, the second meeting of the day was called. The program was opened with entertainment in the form of the instrumental and vocal selections, "Lamp Lighting Time in the Valley" and "The Old Rugged Cross/' presented by the "Hayloft Gang." At the conclusion of the selections, Ira Brinker of Bay City, regular speaker on j station WBCM, gave a short talk on the subject, "Causes of Depression." In concluding his j talk, Mr. Brinker invited business ! men to study the Townsend plan and to attend the club meetings in order to discuss it. The last address of the meeting was given by Mr. Adams, who spoke on "History of the Birth of the Constitution." Reported to be of great interest and inspirational value, Mr. Adams' talk was well-received by his hearers. The closing event of the meeting was a roil call, to which the presidents of 30 Townsend clubs | in the district responded. j Later in the day, luncheon was | served to the representatives by i the members of the ladies' aux- I iliary of the Ludington club. _7T * * Affair Honors Mrs. D. Schrader 1 Mrs. Obe Schrader, 310 North ; i Rath avenue, entertained at her home Saturday afternoon in : i honor of Mrs. Don Schrader. the i former Miss Martell Burton of. ': Toledo. O., who is making her j home in Ludington. j i During the afternoon flea was | played with first prize being won by Miss Alice Barnhart and low , , ,! by Mrs. D. Schrader. Later, Miss, Barnhart presented her prize to j the guest of honor. Light refreshments were serv-' ed at small tables at the close of ; the afternoon. Lovely bouquets ! of fall flowers were used in decorating the rooms. ' Those present were Mesdames . Harold Hill, Orian Crocker, Leo '• Vachow. William Fisher; Misses j Betty Love and Alice Barnhart; i concerning the problems of par- ' ents. Those present enjoyed a short program, opening with the song-. "Little Skipper," sung by Leatrice Wigren, accompanied by Shirley Eller, and the piano duet, "The Rabin's Return," played by Shirley Eller and Anne Petersen. Refreshments were served in the lower hall by a committee headed by Mrs. James Eller and including Mesdames William Saxton, Peter Copeyon, Joseph Albright Jr. and Joseph Gadziemski. Mrs. Swanson Is Hostess to Circle The regular meeting of Circle i * 3 of St. John's Lutheran church i £ was held Friday afternoon at!* the home of Mrs. Oscar Swanson in Victory. An enjoyable afternoon was spent in playing airplane bunco. High score was .won by Mrs. Ar- j * nold Koegler. second 'by Mrs. * V?r j JI {3TJT /""\v*i t "•» »-i»-» ,-1 In.*. V... i e~*~ _*•*_ Freesoii Mr. and Mro. "vViiliam Hartwell and daughter, Dorothy, and Mrs. DeVitts of Detroit came to Freesoii Friday evening. They i left Saturday to remain until' Sunday with Mrs. Hartwell's REGISTER at THE PALA'CE During the Harvest Festival for the 1940 Zenith Radio To Be Given Away. SCHANER MOTOR SALES WELCOMES You To The HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL We invite you to see our complete line of USED CARS on North Main Street, Next to the School. *> *l * * * * * •:•' Ji * 11 * t •5* *:* *i Opitz and low by Mrs. £W*********************' j \ \ To Have Your FURNACE Put in A 1 CONDITION. If you have any heating problems you want solved, ' I'm sure we can help you. WELCOME TO SCOTTVILLE DURING HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL W. J. PADELFORD ti" PLUMBING AND HEATING SCOTTVILLE .V.V.W, -.w. r.v.w, MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE DAIRY LUNCH And Enjoy Our Home-Made Ice Cream, Sandwiches and Regular Meals During the Harvest Home Festival (At the Stop Light Corner, Scottville) i* i + * !* FRIENDS WE WANT YOU ALL TO COME •5* •;• * * TO THE I • D B • fl t .;. • •'.• * !! .;. •:• my* wltk "' CHARLES COBURN * FRANK ALBERTSON • E. E. CLIVE KKO RADIO Pictvr* t ANCHtO $. BUMAN IN CHAIGE OF MOOUCTION CHrMUd *y GABON KANIN. fioduc.4 by t. 9 0* JVIYA Scion Floy by Nynwi Kietoo. Slorv by Everybody EJse Is Going So-o-o I'm Going to the EIGHTH Harvest Home Festival TOO. You Are Welcome to Use Our Store as Your Headquarters. SODAS—FOUNTAIN DRINKS CIGARS—CIGARETTES—CANDY FILMS—DRUG SPECIALS STOCK SPECIALS McPherson Drug Store "The Rexail Store" N t V, McPHERSON, Prop. YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND SCORES OF THINGS YOU WANT AND NEED AT OUR STORE ESPECIALLY DURING HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL We welcome one and all—Make this your meeting place, glad to have you. See our sweaters, aprons and purses. Higel's Department Store SCOTTVILLE STOP and LOOK HARVEST HONE FESTIVAL Make Our Store Your Headquarters. We Have Many Interesting Things to Show t * * •3- * * "'f You. * V * • McCORMICK DEERING IMPLEMENTS and REPAIRS • HARDWARE • STOVES • FLOOR COVERINGS • FURNITURE « SHELLANE • GAS RANGE Lawrence Mattix * * t * * * I NO PROFITEERING EVERY RAISE WE HAVE RECEIVED IN THE PRICE OF BUTTER HAS BEEN PASSED ON TO THE FARMER. THE PRICE WE ARE PAYING PROVES THIS Scottville Creamery Co. PHONE 88

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