PACE TWO :HE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents "Hawaiian Nights" with Johnny Downs, Constance K nr p nccincDc , ur u. Umbhnb _ , State President SpeakS tO 'Moore, Mary Carlisle and Eddie t«.^.u« nn ~~A Punefp of An 'Quinlan; and "The Girl and Members and Guests at An- ltne Gamb i e r" with Leo carriiio, AAUW Event J Steffi Duna and Tim Holt. The Ludington branch of the j American Association of Uni- | Versity Women held its fourth j annual membership reception \ Monday night at the home of ; Mrs Frederic Read. 304 North i Harrison street. The branch , was honored at that time by > the presence of three state < board members, Mrs. Emil E. | Storkan, president of the Michigan state division; Mrs. A. J. Pufahl, treasurer, and Mrs. ; Vance F. Callighan, state first ' vice president. Mrs. William E. Rynerson. branch president, welcomed guests and members and introduced Mrs. Callighan. who briefly sketched a history of the organization and spoke on the high standards of eligibil- ; Ity that colleges must attain | in order that graduates' may ' belonsr to AAUW. Mrs. Rynerson then introduced Mrs. Pufahl, state treasurer, who talked on the financial aspects of , AAUW. She announced that, at | the end of last vear, the state \ division had 2,900 members and | with the new branches that ! have since been organized, a j membership of over 3,000 is anticipated this year. j Mrs. Rynerson then intro- I duced Mrs. Storkan. state pres- ! Ident. who spoke first on the j objectives of the organization. I "Our definite idea is that j women of the same background j shall league together to pro- I vide leadership and to return ] the benefit of our education to ! our communities," said Mrs. ! Storkan. Sceaking further with I reference to the National Fel- j lowship Fund of AAUW. she I said, "Our greatest project, j common to all branches, is our j fellowships, granted to women for graduate study in the ex- < pect.at.ion that they will make I •definite contributions in the j advancement of science and education." Mrs. Storkan then talked informally of the meeting of the International Federation of University Women, held the nast summer at Stockholm, , Sweden, at which women from 34 cpuntries were present. Dean Virginia Gildersleeve of Columbia university was succeeded as nresident of the Intefrratlori- i al federation by Dr. Adamowicz of Poland. Because of the international situation, it is unlikely that Dr. Adamowi?z will be able to continue in the office. No word has bp"n ™- ceived from her since the in- , vasiqn of Poland and her whereabouts is unknown. Mrs. Storkan contrasted this meeting with an international convention held at Boston 10 years ago. where the most colorful and actife groups were from Spain. Germany, Italy and Czechoslovakia; these prouos, from countries now un- ner totalitarian government no longer .participate. Following the program an informal reception was held Refreshments were served from a, table covered with a red cloth and decorated with white gladioli and tapers. Miss Hannah Marsh presided at the samovar. The next meeting of the branch will be held on T-hurs- day, Or.t. 12, when the 'members will attend the Rotary lecture series at Grav hall, after which they will adjourn to the home of Miss Jeane Godfrey for discussion and a " social hour. * * * Latin America incudes Brazil (which speaks Portuguese) Haiti (which speaks French) Puerto Rico (a U. S. dependency) and 18 Spanish-speaking republics. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-1NN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. Edward Ackersville, Laurence Horacek, Robert Carrier, Larry Betka. Charles Derler and Garman Wincy, officers of Pere Marquette council No. 1492, Knights of Columbus, were representatives of the Ludington council at a regional district meeting and school of instruction, held Sunday at Mt. Pleasant. The delegates enjoyed hearing special speakers and at that time all grand knights, lecturers and trustees received special instructions in filling their of- Club Is Entertained ! MT ^ be f s ,, En l?/ By Miss K. Mark Miss Katharyn Mark. 2011 The Luding ton Junior Literary NOl'tll JtllTlGS StlGPt. CH tCl LiliriCQ ' _i,, v. 1-1 rt l rJ ifc fii*of rvinnH n tr /"if tVlP the members of. her bridge.club I ££ ofo^.^ Monday evening at ^MS^^/^^^J^^^^lHotrl Stcams. Miss Marguerite played diumg^lic Br , 1]nnd% president of 01 § I presided as hostess. ,-•,„, r •, i-! A rush-light of the .iccond by Mrs Lso uorzynski. •- interesting ta.... At the close ot the evening, re-, , M , Do , othy pitch on ireshmcnts were served by the| re ,, rnt trip lo BJerm uda. During the course of the brief Bridge was "lo the club. of the evening interesting talk, given her ber, it was announced by Harold Holmes, adviser to the club, today. In addition to the regular monthly prize, awards totaling $50 will be made for the greatest number of points earned during the year. Interest in the club is growing among Ludington young ladies, reports Mr. Holmes. Several have already joined the club and it is hoped that more will join. Any person interested in photography is welcome to attend the first meeting. son, secretary-treasurer and Willard Hawley. Business manager. A battleship generally carries around 1,400 sailors business meeting, a letter in- hostess. Members present darned Schrader. uorzynsKi,, vi!in ,, mem bers 5f the club to at- Muscs Betty I..:ye. Margaret lond ' a district convention to be \\oodland. Dorothy Prefon- L ld in T , avP1 , se City on Oct. 3 tame, Norm.-. i^unclc and thel,,,,^^ was read. this time, hostess. Miss Mark. the occasion were Prefon- and the! Gtue.sts of Miss Alice B-irnhart and Mi.ss Phyllis Love. Mrs. Leonard Smedberg and fices to the most benefit of their | councils. The meetings were; M! B tt j anc Peterson were presided over by John Babcock,, ;niab!o t ,, v, c p:c spnt. The next meeting of the club will bc hold on Monday. Oct. 9, Event Compliments Mrs. R. Brockhaus Mrs. Joseph Gadziemski and her sister, Mrs. Allen Kucij were co-hostesses recently at a gay 5tork shower, given'at the Gadziemski home at 508 Seventh street in honor of their sister-in- law, Mrs. Raymond Brockhaus. Bouquets of garden flowers in their various shades decorated the rooms. At the Kucij home at 507 -Seventh street. Herman Brockhaus acted as host to the husbands o f the shower guests. The evening was spent in playing beano, and attractive prizes were awarded to the winners Later, a social hour was enjoyed while the honor guest opened her many lovely gifts. At the close of the evening, n delicious luncheon was served'at small tables appointed in blue, pink and white. Invited guests were Mesdame? Gustav Heideman and Edith Benz of North Riverton. Carl Nelson. Martin Snowski. Josie McCleary. Harold Brockhaus, John Brockhaus. Herman Brockhaus, Albert Brockhaus, Henry Shields, Jess Clancey, Harold Clancey. Marlin Boals, Kenneth Smith. Metha Hansen, Henry Verboam. Henry Smith, Charles Clapper, Joseph Muar, Leroy De- Hof-f, Lerpy -MeLam, Fred- Ver- boam; Misses Freda Brockhaus and Doris Nelson; the honoree Mrs. Raymond Brockhaus. and the hostesses. Mesdames Gadziemski and Kucij. state deputy. Dinner was served at noon at j the Elks' temple at Mt. Pleasant \ and the meetings were sched- j uled for 2:30 p. m. Early in the; evening, luncheon was served! and entertainment was put on i in the Knights of Columbus; hall. " j Special speakers at the meeting were Edward Talbot of \ Manistee and Gerald Cotter of, Mt. Pleasant, district deputies; j Clare Harden of Carson City, j state treasurer; William Sturn; of Monroe, state secretary; Den- ' nis McGuinn of Escanaba. state; advocate; Joseph Carey of Mt. i Pleasant, member of the state! membership committee, and! Pat Martin of Manistee. Russell i Nielson. grand knight of the ' Mt. Pleasant council, acted as | host. | Officers from Manistee, Hart. Big Rapids, Grayling and ington were present. it the liomr c,i Iriiss BHty Jane Peterson, 403 North Rowe 'street. # a. * Mrs. Hockberger Is Honored with Birthda Dinner At this time, four new member; were voted into the club. These members are Mrs. Louis Anderson, Miss Gladys Sahl- m.irk. Mi ; s Lillian Kuuper and Mi-s Jessica Lee. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served. Camera*CIubWill Resume Meetings ELECTION IS HELD MONDAY Election of officers was held at the regular meeting of the American Legion band, held Monday evening at the band hall. Frank Nagel was re-elected director of the band with Adj. Kyle Piercy as president, Robert John- Roller Skating AT Rainbow Gardens EVERY EVENING EXCEPT MONDAY SKATING FROM 8 TO 11 P. M. SUNDAY MATINEE FROM 2 TO 1:30. PRICES—25c FOR THE EVENING, SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 15c Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. VanDyke entertained at their home in ?unimit Sunday at an enjoy- nble dinner, given in honor of the birthdav anniversary of Mrs. Carl Hockberger of Chicago, which occurred on Sept. 21. Mr--. Hockberger is a houseeuest of Mrs. George H. Gardner of Ludington. At noon, dinner was served at i a lone table daintily appointed! Lud- i * n white and centered with a | large birthday cake decorated ; i in white and pink, with small vases of flowers at either end of the table. A social afternoon was spent by the group and at its close, luncheon was served. Thcs? present were Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wagner, daughter. Miss Helen, nnd son, George E. Jr.. cf West Riverton, and Mrs. Wagner's brother, Frank Albrecht'of Cicero, 111.: Mr. and Mrs. Laurence E. Shinsky of The lucMngtcn Camera club I will resume its regular-meetin°>'. D-i Thursday evening, Sept. 28. fc'l'iwin"- ntfpension of activities duvmg the summer months. The nf--"ti:io- will be held at the Crmera shoo. Print competition for the coming vear -.viil begin in Octo- COLDS; FIGHT MISERY right where'I you feel it-with swift-acting V1CKS VAPORU& New Study Class to Be Opened at Emanuel Church A new study clas«, the Institute cf Christian Workers, will bc organized this evening at 7:15 o'clock at Ema:m"l Lutheran church, it was announced by; F!inL Mrs George H. Gardner Rrv. J. A. i.anam. pastor of the ancl Harold Kennedy, both of 'Ludington: the honoree. Mrs. Heck merger, and the host and- hostess. Mr. and Mrs. VanDyke, and son. Ronald Warren. church, today. Member.? cf the classes will meet for a 50-minute .-tudy period on one evening each alternate week. The course will lead to the presentation of certificates, awarded by tne Board cf Christian Education of the Augustana synod to all v\ho complete the course. The fir.n part of the course wiil be taken un with a study of thn book -\iy Life." The institute is open to any person who wishes to enroll. Sunday sr/nool teachers and these who plan to teach church «chcol or to filter srime other field of church work are especial- Iv urged to register Tor the course. HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top ^-:um When Heated. Cteam in Every Drop The Park Dairy fbone 55 We Deliver Build Up fe COLIF Resistance With Rexall Vitamin Products! TO FEATURE BOOK REVIEW! • #—*—#—•* -•*•—*—*- At the regular meeting of Ludington Townsend club No. 1. to be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the club headquarters, < Mrs. Grace Tillson Smith will re- I view the book "Looking Back- i ward" by Edward Bellamy. Although this book was first printed about 50 years ago, .states Mrs. Smith, it is one of perennial i appeal. | All interested persons are cor- | dially invited to attend this 1 meeting. VISIT THE CITY MARKET for your fall needs. OPEN Tuesday — Thursday —Saturday— Market open during: OCTOBER and first part of NOVEMBER. We have stocked everything that will be of benefit toward maintaining health and vitality throughout the winter months. We enjoy helping you keep well. Our nationally advertised products can be bought with confidence. 9 COD LIVER OIL CONCENTRATES • HALIBUT LIVER OIL CONCENTRATES 9 ABD AND G CAPSULES • BREWER'S YEAST TABLETS «SYNTHETIC VITAMIN B TABLETS Snow's Drug Store \ FOB THE WHOLE FAMILY! 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