The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 28, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, September 28, 1939
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AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, S'EPT. 28, 1939. SOCIETY ARE INITIATED ATpISJET A special meeting of Pere Marquette chapter No. 327, Order of Eastern Star, was held on Tuesday evening; at the Masonic temple. At this time Mrs William Moystner and Mrs Robert Cook members. In recognition were initiated as of the occasion, tooth ladies were presented with gifts from their husbands. Guests, of the evening were the members of-the Hart and Shelby chapters of the Order of Eastern Star, and also Mr. and Mrs. Cutler of Luther. Mrs. Cutler is president of the Manistee district association. Mrs. A. A. Keiser, worthy matron of the local chapter, announced that the grand chapter of Michigan Order of Eastern Star would convene in Grand Rapids in October. A number of the mem/berg of the local chapter" plan to attend. It was also announced that Mrs. Keiser has been appointed special grand guardian of the Grand chapter. toter in the evening, a delightful social hour was enjoyed in the dining room of the temple. Refreshments were served toy a committee headed toy Mrs. Emil Stahl as chairman and Mrs. Hans Rasmussen and Mrs. Leslie 'Prehn . as co-chairmen, and including Mrs. Mattie Paulsen, Mrs. Jessie Conklin, Mrs. George Hollick, Mrs. Maud Bissell, Mrs. Leslie Spoor, Mrs. Melard Warren, Mrs. W. L. Mercereau, Mrs. Emma Tripp, Miss Katherine Newtoerg, Miss Margaret Woodland and Miss Betty Taylor. Local Amusements -* # #Post-Nuptial Event Honors Mrs. Anderson LYRIC THEATER— Presents "The Girl and the Gambler" with Leo Carrillo, Steffi Duna and Tim Holt: and "Hawaiian Nights" with Johnny Downs, Constance Moore, Mary Carlisle and Eddie Quil- OSSAWALD CRUMB .TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN—~ Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. . * -x- * D. A. R. Delegation Attends Convention Six members of the Ludington chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution were delegates recently to a district convention of D.A.R. chapters, held at the Traverse City Country club. Representatives from four chapters of the vicinity were in attendance. The members of each chapter, in turn, gave reports of the projects they had followed during the past year. At the conclusion of these reports, the group adjourned to the dining room, where a delicious luncheon was served at a table appointed with lovely fall flowers. After the luncheon, the group | was addressed by the state of- j ficers, who outlined and suggest| ed projects to be followed during I the coming year. Later, the Mrs: John Weinert and Mrs. state regent, Mrs. Bessie Geagley, • — • • • who presided over the meeting, gave an inspiring talk on the subject of kindliness and co-operation. The meeting was brought to a close with the singing of "America." Ludington delegates to the convention were Mrs. Candice R. Straun of Epworth Heights, Mrs Jessie Olney. Mrs. W. H. Knapp, Mrs. Christensen, Mrs.. Jeannette Heysett and Mrs. Mary E. Tuller. Mrs. J. L. Davis Is Study Club Hostess Mrs. J. L. Davis was hostess Tuesday evening to the mem- ibers of the Lakeshore Study club, at the regular meeting of the organization held at her home at 405 North Rowe street. Twenty-one members and three guests were present. The meeting was opened with the singing of the club song and Mrs. Nell Mallory, president, read the collect for the evening. During roll call, which followed, each member responded by giving some interesting fact about the state of Florida. In the course of the brief business meeting, Mrs. Lester Blodgett gave reports on the work of the various hospital units and of the meetings held recently. The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. Nels Palmer, leader for the evening, who gave a number of interesting facts I about Florida. She then introduced Guy Hawley, who dis- TO MEET 1 OCT. 1 MANISTEE, Sept. 27.—Members of the recently organized Miss M. Castonia Is Honored At Shower The personnel of the Morris store entertained Wednesday evening with a delightful shower, given at the home of Miss National Council of Catholic Betty Jane Baggott at 402 East WomeVl from Mason, Lake and Ludington avenue, in honor of Manistee counties will hold j Miss Mildred Castonia, bride- their first meeting since the formation of the Tri-County district at the Onekama high school in Manistee county on Sunday, Oct. 1. Election of officers and the district business meeting will start at 2 p. m., after 'which the general program will be held, starting at 3 p. m. The tri-county president, Miss Margaret Duncan of Man- i fl , , , —• J "-~r' J istop will nrospnt tho ononinir tne nos tess, assisted isi-te, win piehuip MIL optnmg n ntrlTr ,H vri™ u,,.i. address, after which she will turn the meeting over to Mrs. Fred Briske of Onekama, tri- county vice president and hostess for the day. The invocation will be given The evening was spent in playing pinochle. First prize was awarded to Miss Phyllis Love and consolation to Miss Eleanor Hackert. Both winners later presented their prizes to the honpree. Later in the evening a delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. John Baggott, mother of by Miss McGuire Baggott, Miss Ruth and Miss Dorothy Conklin. At the close of the evening, a collective gift was presented to the bride-to-ibe. Those present, other than Fred Stohr were co-hostesses wn ° presided over the meeting, recently at a lov?ly surprise " shower, given at the Weinert home at 706 North Rowe street in honor of Mrs. William Anderson of Scottville. The evening was spent in playing pinochle and bunco. First prize in pinochle was awarded to Mrs. Herman Klemm and low to Mrs. Harry Vorac; high ,score in -bunco was won rjy'Mrs. Alvin Schmidt and low by Mrs. Charles Johnson. The prizes were later , .presented to Mrs. Anderson, i who was also the recipient of a beautiful collective gift. I Later in the evening, a de- i licious two-course luncheon was served at small tables. The home was decorated with lovely bouquets of flowers of the season. Those present were Mesdames Albert Schultz, Philip Vanderblumen, George Hillman Sr., Herman Klemm, Leo Lorenz, William Klemm, Vincent Duplessis, Peter Jensen, Paul Weinert, Ida Boucher, Grace Crain, Alvin Schmidt. Stanley Danks, Harry Vorac, Hugh Weiler, Theodore Weinert, Anthony Abair, Fredric Hansen, David McCarthy, Keith Meyers, Charles Johnson, Oscar Lund, Frank Steingraber, Miss Ruth Abair, the honoree, Mrs. Anderson, and the. hostesses, Mrs. Stohr and Mrs. John Weinert. * # # Senior Study Club Has First Meeting The members of the Senior Child'.Study club enjoyed their first meeting of the fall season on Wednesday evening in the form of a potluck supper at "Duneview," the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking at Hamlin lake. Seventeen members and five guests were present. After the supper, a short business meeting was ^conducted by Mrs. Clarence Schantz. Reports of various committees were * given and delegates to the Child Study club convention, to be held on Oct. 11, 12 and 13 qjb£Mt. Clemens, were elected. ' Representatives of . the local club will be Mrs. Clarence Kronlein and Mrs. O. Siv- v ertson with Mrs. Harold Lohner , and Mrs. Hugh Earner as alternate delegates. At this time, the president Appointed Mrs. O. W. Colvln id Mrs. Willard Tallefson to in charge of the scrapbook , T the coming year. At the Conclusion of the alness session, a social hour the club. Those ip, meeting were .... -_ the club. Mrs. , Mrs. Dan V. Dewey, ,roW Lohner, Mrs. Harand Mrs. Hocking. _ of the occasion were rtjert Albrecht,, Mrs. Har- Mrs. Lawrence S. Dykrtra and loft Morton of >Scottville. played in trays his lovely collection of shells, sponge and coral, acquired during a Florida trip he and Mrs. Hawley enjoyed last winter. As he showed and described the 75 different varieties of shells, Mr. Hawlcy gave amusing anecdotes of incidents encountered while he was making the collection. At the end of this feature, Mrs. Mallory thanked Mr. Hawley in behalf of the club. The members of the group voted Mr. Hawley's talk and exhibit the most interesting lesson on Florida they had enjoyed until that time. Later, a delicious tray luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Jack Abrahamson. Lovely flowers from the garden of the hostess were used in decorating the home. Guests of the occasion were Mrs. Ahlerf, houseguest of Mrs. F. Swanson; Miss Laura Kloppman and Mr. Hawley. of the Iwld on Oct. 11 at Albert John- Mrs. . Receives Award at Meeting of Seascout Ship ine invocation win DC given "»v/ov. -^^.a^im, umui i/utui by Rev. Leo Zielinski, pastor of I those already mentioned, were St. Joseph's parish. Onekama. Mrs - Edward Barber, Misses Following roll call, MTss Julia I Carol Conrad, Dorothy Cole, Jaitner of Manistee will pre- J Eileen Gavigan, Dorothy Dues, sent several vocal selections. Bc ss McElroy, Lorctta Rasmus- The principal address of the sen and Lorraine Stahl. meeting will be given by Mrs. Misses Marijcan Larson, Dora W. W. Specr of Chicago, who Jane Long and Elsa Mae Wrege will speak upon "Catholic Wo- were unable to be present men's Place in the World." It is expected that the president of the diocese council, I Mrs. Gerald B. Bennett of Grand Rapids, will honor the group with her presence and will speak upon the diocese district convention which will be held at Grand Rapids on Oct. 5. j 5>eascout ship Edwin Shelby Piano selections will be pre- hclci its rc R» 1 ^r weekly meeting sented by Rev. Gordon Grant 'Monday evening at the Com- of Scottville and the meeting i munitv criiirrhhousc. At that will be concluded with the | imc artl des were finished and closing prayer by Rev T Ray- nancicc > in for the Seascout mond Darke of Manistee. 1 """' in " A social hour will follow. M. Abrahamson Is Host To Brotherhood The Men's Brotherhood „. Bethany Methodist church enjoyed its regular meeting Tuesday evening at the summer paper. At a short Bridge of Honor which followed, Howard Messer received the Eagle award, i Guests of the occasion were Mr. Messer and Executive Henry. Members present were Skipper Adams, Mate Anderson Carpenter Cartier, Waterman Olsen. Boatswain's Mate Nass Yeoman Bobian, Signalman ot Piper, Steward Anderson, Ned Bowdcn, Fred Nelson, John Quinn and Howard Messer P^ 11 ^, 1 ™ ee "?K 9 f th e ship v. «, c •*. * A. • . i , ---------- * ***- -HV-..VU iiujcLiui; ui LI1P snin home of Martin Abrahamson on will be held on Monday Oct 2 Ham " n lnkp ' 7 p. m . in the Community i*/-"!-! l-i n <-.n t» n .... L " at Hamlin lake. _ . , 41I UJ The meeting was called to or- church basement der by the president. Arthur * -x Benson. It was decided that the | Brotherhood will sponsor a box | social on Tuesday, Oct. 10. Election of officers for the new year was held and those chosen were: President, Arthur Benson; vice president, Steffan Nerheim; secretary, Bethany league to Hold Slipper Lunde, and treasurer. Abrahamson. At the conclusion of meeting, the host shewed a group of motion pictures that he had taken during the summer. Later in the evening, a deli- __ M , T!l c regular weekly devotion- Robert 1 ^ 1 meeting of the Epworth Martin I L , ca " uc nf Bethany Methodist i church will be held on Thursday the| evcnm " in t he church parlors. The, meeting, which will begin cious luncheon was served to the 16 members present by Mrs. Martin Abrahamson. -» x -t —. Two Are Honored at Farewell Party Miss Rhea Jensen. Ludington, Route 3. entertained the young people of the community on Sunday evening at a gay party, honoring her .brothers, Chilton and James Jensen, who left Monday for the government air school at East St. Louis, Mo., and for Western State Teachers' college at Kalamazoo, respectively. A delightful evening was spent in playing cards and Chinese checkers, while later a delicious luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Ruby Jensen. • - - f-l • -T---^.* IT 114 fc^^,£, 111 at 6 p. m.. will be preceded by a supper for the members. Carlton Benson will be in charge of the meeting and will speak on the topic, "Voices." After the devotional hour, the members of the League will practice for the musical program to be held on Thursday, 0, All members and their friends \ arc cordially invited to be pres- j cnt. Summit Child Study Club Plans Meeting The Summit Child Study club will hold its first meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. Arlington Houk on Monday, Oct. 2. The lesson, "A Parliamentary Lav; Drill," will 'be given by Mrs. Paul Elkins. Each member is asked to be prepared to answer roll call with a current event. :«»>>>>£ EAT LAGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, ROLLS and PASTRY W They are rich with Fresh ! V * * V I I i Milk, Butter and Eggs. "Famous For Over 25 Years" LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY 605 South Washington Ave, Telephone 755 WHY NOT BE COMFORTABLE AT SCOTTVILLE'S HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL and the Rest of the Winter! —Just Arrived— A Complete Shipment of TOPCOATS and CALIFORNIA WEIGHT COATS Also a Complete Line of HEAVY WEIGHT OVERCOATS If You Want Them. See these coats—it will pay you to check these coats, they are the very latest in patterns and style. to BUY NOW AT THE OLD PRICES. Mark Clothing Co. .Members of the Pere Mar- quellc Grange enjoyed a business and social meeting, held Monday at the Pere Marquette townhall. A good attendance was reported. During the .business session, reports were given by the committee in charge of the Grange exhibit at the recent Western Michigan fair. An interesting report was also given .by the delegates, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Swansby and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Beach, to the recent county convention. At this convention, it was reported, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Harmony Grange and Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell of Am'ber Grange were appointed as delegates to the state convention, to be held in Traverse City. At the close of the 'business meeting, the regular lecture and recreational hour was conducted by John Butz. Honors in an am using musical contest were won by Earl Hawlcy. Music Mrs. Clark B. Jagger, at the Mrs. Albert Vogel Is Hostess To Group Members of the Ludington Junior Child Study club enjoyed their regular meeting recently at the home of Mrs. Albert Vogel, North Rowe street. Mrs. George Hansen acted as co-hostess. During the business meeting it was decided that Mrs. Lawrence Carrier will represent the club at a convention of Child Study clubs to be held on Oct. 11, 12 and 13, at Mt. Clemens. The feature of the evening was an interesting talk given by Miss Agnes Goff on the topic, "The Teacher and the Child." At the close of the evening, delicious refreshments were served at a table appointed in pink and white. Fall flowers were used in decoration throughout the home. A guest of the occasion was Mrs. Frank Hobsqn. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Dclbert Filer, 928 East Ludington avenue. * * Meeting - Dance Enjoyed by Club Following this game, a clever geographical contest was enjoyed. Later in the evening, supper was served 'by a committee consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Burmeister and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitch. Lovely flowers, from the garden of Mrs. Burmeister, formed the table decorations. Special greeting was given to Mrs. Robert Hesslund, whose wedding anniversary occurred on the day of the meeting. Lowell Beach acted *,s master of ceremonies and A. L. Swansby, in behalf of the Grange, presented a lovely bouquet of flowers to Mrs. Hessiund. Mr. Hesslund was unable to be present at the meeting. club was hc]d Tliesday evening jat the Moose lodge rooms with the president, Glen McCoy presiding. ! At the conclusion of the routine business session, a social evening of dancimj and singing was enjoyed. It was decided to hold another meeting and dance on Tuesday eve- ,ning, Oct. 3. The "Swing- 'stcrs" will furnish music for . the occasion. ! An invitation is extended to n11 persons interested in learn- m % more about the Junior ;Townsend movement to attend '. tnc Oct - 3 meeting. A program '}? bcin .g arranged for that me - event included Mrs. and the Misses Dorothy Runquist, Helen Peterson, Alice Thompson, Catherine Hansen, —* Ludington Lions Meet on Monday Maraaret Woodland was unable to attend ,- * # In Turkey a beauty prize teaching .school. -x- _ law prohibits winners from MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE The regular meeting of the : Ludington Lions club was held i Monday evening at Hotel Stearns , and was well-attended, it was re- ; ported. i Speaker for the evening was i «*•• •% •*%•* MJtiir 1 A John Hasfer, representative of ; flit RAl.KAl.HFN the Automobile club of Michigan, : **t UnVllflVllkW who showed two films to illus- ! trate his talk. i At the next meeting of the club, Karl Ashbacker will report on an entertainment, probably a minstrel show, to be given during the winter. CDA Card Party Is Well Attended A benefit card party was sponsored Wednesday evening at James Golden hall by Court Ludington 745, Catholic Daughters of America. The party »as successful, it was reported, and was well-attended. Fifteen tables of pinochle and contract bridge were .played during the evening with high score in pinochle being won by Mrs. Marie Torbeson and Mrs. M. J. Kennedy, low. High score in the , men's pinochle game was won by Leon Dove and low by C. F. G-audet, while first prize' for bridge was won by Miss Mary Kilpatrick and low by Mrs. Herbert F. Wa&hatka. Later in the evening, luncheon was served cafeteria style from a table appointed in gay colors. PENTWATER THEATRE TONIGHT Ann Sothern James Ellison Lynn Bari Elsa Maxwell June Gale Linda Darnell Jean Rogers Joyce Compton John Holliday Allan Dinchart In MaXWCll ' S Hotel Also "Non-Stop New York" 1°S^ for JUICE-FLAVOR-HEALTH OK MICHIGAII Outing Enjoyed by 'The Pepperettes' A jolly outing was enjoyed on Wednesday evening when "The>ni-nttr,f" «],,K /T^^,,« f <-• FeppeieUeS Club drove tO Cartier park Where a Steak fry Was hr.M hw tVin rr,-/~>,,.-v held by the glOUp. 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Our prescription department gives you exacting service at all •3I~/ times. 8 8 Canned Goods Sale It is reported that all canned goods will be hiRht-r. Our annual sale is on now—So it is a good time to replenish your pantry. TEST *3O,OOO , IN CASH PRIZES Z Ige. pkgs. 37c MANHATTAN COFFEE "A smile in every sip." The finest coffee we can OQ/» buy Ib. **!/ It's sure to please. Ohio Nonpareil, fine all purpose, QQf* bushel pure, 2 P iS:25c 3 sm. cans, lOc, 9^f» 4 large cans *ivV cans 15C J HENS or FRYERS, Ib. Apples Egg Noodles Milk Union Leader Tobacco 2 -MEATS- Chickens Fresh Lake Trout Fresh Oysters P in t 25c Ground Pork I, 1 ::'" 2, 25c Sliced Bacon MCI*., u,. lOc Lamb Shoulder yeaning, u,. lOc Short Ribs °£ BB " P ' 12c Bacon Squares sugar cured, n>. 12c POrk ROaSt center cuts, Ib. 1?C Spare Ribs fresh, lean, ib. 14ic GIBBS' MARKET We Cut The Price PHONE 66 But Not The Quality wyww^/br.v.Mfld%%^^ '!•••', • ' i .> '- I' (i; ; :

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