The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 5, 1939 · Page 2
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HMtaETWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER Presents "Conspiracy" with Allan Lane, Linda Hayes and Robert Barrat; and "Dancing Co-Ed" withh Lana Turner Richard Carlson, Ann Rutherford and Artie Shaw and his swing band. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM; Reports on Season of Camp Lucy Mac Are Given at Recent Event Members of the Ludington Girl Scout council, troop leaders and members of standing committees recently enjoyed a sup- peri and meeting. Mrs. Frank Carlson, commissioner, opened the meeting and asked each person to rise and to introduce herself and give J her connection with scouting. A report on tne season ofi Camp Lucy Mac was given by j Mrs. George O. Kribs. Thirty- RAINBOW GARDENS seven girls from Ludington at-1 tended the three camping ses- j Roller skating. sions this season, the largest at-1 Book Review Is Much Enjoyed at Society Meeting The Women's society of the ___ Community church met at the Approximately 200 people from church on'Weclnesday afternoon Manistee, Mason and Lake coua- . with a full attendance. ties attended the Tri-County Devotional* wen- led by Mrs. district meeting of the National | Grorgc Knb.s. allowing which Council of Catholic Women, held j the Icaturc of the after Sunday afternoon at the Onekn-i n V.TW 01 the bo ma high school. The event was | of Sun Luis Rr-y the first session to be held in the' W, c or. w:us -r Hist.rint. siiinn t.hP nrirfiniwit.ion of Lui son. Ihe and writing. The openine part of the service this evening will consist of hymn singing by the congregation and a violin solo by Mrs. O. W. Johnson. The service is open to the general public and a free will offering will bfi received to go to Mrs. As'takhoff. sponsor a baby clinic, to be held on Friday, Oct. 6, from 2 until 4 p. m. at Mason county courthouse. _-* * -X-. noon, a book "The Bridge by Thornton ivon by Mrs. Harold review was much enjoyed, it was voported. district since the organization of the Tri-County group. | - • ,, Koeno ,-pnnrtpd mr-r>tinn which' Ml.x JMO'. ! L 1*1.1 ML ICpOlltCI mcam 0 . wmui, lh . u a t;m . el of t ..,, med m , it had Mhi'cn sent to the Starr Common- Ihe business was under the direction of Miss v.eulth f'^r Bnv.s and thanked the Margaret Duncan of Manistee, -»—<-< - - - »— — Iri-County president New officers chosen at that time were. Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. co-operation in donating to this i President, Mrs. Fred Briske of ( Onekama; first vice president ; Bn ,, Mrs. Wm:am Swanson of Oneka-| Ml : 'gj-vaiVis "at i ma; second vice president. Mrs. I valcscciit in a \A^n A^nvclT r-tf Ki'r\lfviMn- i.hirrll tendance from Ludington to date. Mrs. Kribs expressed to her audience her appreciation of her lovely Girl Scout thank badge, given to her in token of gratitude for her work in the camp. The pin was the gift of all who took part in the camp and of the troop leaders. A. report on the Juliette Lowe memorial fund was given by Mrs. A. R. Vestling and a penny collection was taken up for the fund. An interesting description of the Girl Scout chalet at the New York World's fair was given by Miss Alice Nelson. It was announced that TODD-L-INN Dancing. project. A message from Mrs. Fred in was read, reporting that s at this time" con- ,. .,, ,, . ,,.C^.-^HL, ,11 a hospital in Chi- Mae Marsh of Scoltville; tlurdl ca n O vice president, Mrs. Theresa Tn ' c soc j cly p ] ans to hold a Knizacky of Freesoli; secretary, rum mai;c sale on Saturday Miss Christine Kadzban ol'Man- i morning at the churchhouse. istee, and treasurer. Mrs. C. F. j Members arc asked to deliver Wadel of Ludington. j articles on Friday or to call Mrs. MLss Duncan, who concluded ; Kcene. telephone 2413. ' her term a.s president, lias been! 'flu- afternoon was concluded) honored by being named chair-j with a .social hour uul refresh-! man of the diocesan council] ments were .served by Mrs. Har- j discussion club. iold Lohner, assisted by Mrs.; .Committee Chairmen i Mat tie Paulson, Mrs. Edward Standing committee chairmen! McCarty and Mrs. Glen David- named by the Tri-County group I .son. Mrs. Harold Owinn and Mrs. ' at the mcetiniT were: Organize-! Ha'olri Larson presided as j tion of religious education, Mrs.; hostesses. | H. Hill of Manistee; discussion club, Mrs. James Kelly of Onekama; PJ'-A, Mrs. T. J. Barber of Ludington; press and publicity, tPlcasc turn to Page 3, Column 1) Marilynn Miller Weds Dale Speidel Mrs. H. E. Wood of 40G East Ludington avenue announces the marriage of her daughter, Marilynn Miller, to Dale Speidel. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Speidel of 109 North Delia street. The marriage was solemnized in September. BABY "CLINIC FRIDAY The welfare department of the Winum's Literary club will Russian Woman Will Lecture RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Oct. 7, At Guild Hall, N. Harrison St. Beginning at 8:30 a. m. Sponsored by the Women of the Grace Episcopal Church. New Under-arm , -ream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs not rot dresses — docs not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure white, grcasclcss, stainless vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering, for being harmless to fabrics. 15 MILLION jars of Arrld have been sold. Try a jar today! ARRID OOr^ , At all More* veiling lollrt cot ary afar ((lUo [n 1Oc -m| %O( . . ^ A HAPPY HEALTHY FAMILY is WORTH A GREAT DEAL The comparative cost of health in your family is small. It means a constant check on the little things that make it possible to enjoy good health. This time of year—with fluctuation of temperatures, colds become more prevalent—colds start tearing down healthy bodies and resistance is lowered. Then other diseases start in. If you can't break a cold immediately—don't take chances—see your PHYSICIAN. If he prescribes see us—our drugs and chemicals are always fresh—your prescriptions are carefully compounded. f>HOM€ LUD/NGTON Guest speakers who addressed j the members of the Mason \ County Normal school class re-! cently were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest j Taylor, missionary teachers furlough from their post on! al! Has Dancing Party founders' day party will be held Southern/Rhodesia. on Nov. 2 at Oriole hall. *'" m "' The leaders and troop committees were divided into groups by Commissioner Carl- sou in order that each group I m ° r e than 27 years ago. might discuss its own problems. | Mrs. Taylor chose as her topic i A guest of the evening was | the "kraal" or Rhodesian rural: Mrs. Gust, lieutenant of the school. Built by the students. the building is made of mud- This evening at 7:45 o'clock at a specially a'.Tan^ecl .service at the Washington Avenue Baptist church. Mrs. N. I. Saioff Astak- hoff will give a lecture on Russia under the lied Revolution. To'-U-ther w:,;i "HIT husband, of! Mrs. Astakhoff engaged in Chris- W1 .i • _ _ __, - i- .,.- T irv, * I,. * The softly lighted ballroom son county since going to Africa Summit troop. The refreshment included Mrs. C. H. Mrs. H. B. Hoffman, Mrs. R. L. i structed of boxes and whatever: mussen, bass, and Lagesen and Mrs. D. V. Dewey. i materials are handy. Some of; McKerty. piano. committee Schantz, plastered logs and furnished ' with hand-made pieces con- ington Junior Townsend club No. 2. Dancing and an impromptu i program iormed the evening's entertainment. Music for the evening was furnished by the "Swing.stcrs." consisting of Earl Jensen, drums. Bob Harley, trumpet; Roger Ra-s- Mr.s. Georgs. thfir escape. They got passage to !hk cnur.try where they have been for «everal years lecturing EAT LAGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, ROLLS and PASTRY They are rich with Fresh Milk, Butter and Eggs. "Famous For Over 25 Years" LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY G05 South Washington 4ve. Telephone 755 * * # Address Is Feature of Program Tuesday The regular social meeting of the Young People's society of Bethany Lutheran church was held on Tuesday evening at the church parlors. At that time, appointment of new committees was held. In the absence of the president, Earl Jensen, the vice president, Edward Larsen, presided over the meeting. After the society had been called to order, the meeting was turned over to Maurice Christensen, program chairman, who directed the singing of a number of hymns. Rev. John Christensen led the group in scripture reading and prayer. An entertaining musical pro- the buildings, it was told, are I made of Kimberley brick which! is made from the white ant; heaps. ! Attendance Is Poor j Attendance at the school is! poor, Mrs. Taylor said, as the j native parents do not believe • that education is of great importance. Each child must spend a part of his time in working at home. All of the '• children wear clothing now, said Mrs. Taylor, except in the j rr newer districts where economic I "•' conditions are so strained that i *l this extra expense might be a '• I" hindrance to their attendance i»" at school. | •» Mrs. Taylor's work consists of \ *' t teaching the natives as teachers ; J» for the kraal schools. Curricu- •' lum of the 13 teacher training! •! schools in Southern Rhodesia ; ',* must be approved by the gov- •* ernment and is said to maintain ! > a high standard. The study of i The club looks forward to a number of such enjoyable occasions, it was reported, and cordially invited any interested persons to attend either thi. 1 meetings or the dances. t The club wishes to express it. 3 appreciation to the merchants and to all others who purcha-scd tickets from the club chairman, Henry Norman, thus making the' event possible. MEATS Beef Liver Sliced Ibs. Large Bologna Sliced Ibs. the Bible is a fundamental ofi . r^n w??* pr T T , ed ^ M L SS learning in these schools and is I- Dolly Witte and Lyle Witte, who reported to be greatly enjoyed •: ag.'j^aj^ias^ ss _"~ -• - ^ •• ^.-.» ^ "The Old Rugged Cross." A gui- . - - - . ^zr^HT^ tar accompaniment to the songs was played by Mr. Witte. A reading on the topic of courtesy, entitled "Dim Your Lights" was presented by Ray Peterson, after which the society enjoyed hearing a talk on Dr. Buchman's "Moral Rearmament Movement" by Clarence Fonnesbeck. At the conclusion of the program, several amusing games were played and refreshments were served by Mrs. Leo Hansen, Miss Betty Jeppesen and Edward and Gilbert Larsen. At the close of the meeting a new refreshment committee, including Janice Gebott, chairman, assisted by Miss Margaret Rasmussen, John Knudsen and Miss Myrtle Anderson, and a new program committee consisting oJ Miss Dorothy Lunde and Earl Jensen, were chosen. * * * Plan Drama Classes for Girl Scouts All Girl scouts of the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth school grades who are interested in earrjlng the dramatic badge are Invited to attend * meet- Ing to be held at 7 o'clock this evening at Oriole hall. Organization of classes will ,-oe inade at this time and plans for a program, to be presented on Farmers' dayj Nov. 2, Wlll-^be discussed. Classes in drama and in JUfipetry will toe offered during '*"' "Winter months for all in- __,_ji$ted Girl Scouts in the ptated grades. ANNOUNCE* PROGRAM ri|e regular weekly devotion, meeting of the Bpworth Je of Bethany Methodist " will toe held on Friday the church parlors announced. meeting:, which will be led toy a 8 p. m. supper at lurch parlors, will toe led BY, Brlmg Edwardsen, who * on the topic, "Fair RUMMAGE SALE AND HARVEST Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13, 14 at Townsend Headquarters Masonic BIdg-. r E OUT ! —for a welcome change from the •usual fall menus. Try Plankinton's Globe Pure Pork Sausage. Serve it for breakfast, for lunch, or with the appetizers before dinner. It will add a lot to your buffet suppers, too! APPEAL TO AUTUMN APPETITES * WITH PLANKINTONS GLOBE PURE PORK SAUSAGE Plankinton Pkg. Co., Milwaukee, Wise. *Get the fascinating recipe folder from your dealer. SENSATIONAL TWICE-A-YEAR SAVINGS/ SEMI-ANNUAL PENNEY DAYS It's here, folks! Our big twice-a-year bargain festival! Planned months in advance, Penney Days bring you the things you want at prices you want to pay! Hurry to Penriey's! Walk, run, or ride . . . but don't let anything keep you from getting your share of these Semi-Annual Penney Days bargains! Ground Pork 2 Ibs 25c Spare Ribs 2 lb ,27c Pork Liver ,b. 10c Sliced Bacon irst cuts, Ib. 1UC Lamb Roast Fresh, lean lean meaty Sliced, S Crisco or Spry Coffee Viking Flour Dog Food can FA MO CAKE KOXY cans Yearling Shoulder, Ib. Pork Roast Fresh, picnic style, Ib. Leg o' Lamb Yearling, lb. Oysters pint 25c musical selections *rranged for this Ail members of the! i their Mends are in- present, I CIDER Drink cider for health's sake—.Made from .selected apples under sanitary conditions. Gallon . . . 20c SUNBKITK £ «Cx» CLEAN'SL'R V caiis^JW^ M-XS NAITIIA /f-l/* SOAI', . . 10 bars 1J-V/ MALTFI) Off^ MILK, plain, . lb. OtfV/ ( OKN, DcIMunte, | Ap any style, . . . can A"^/ MAKSIIMALLOWS, -i Ap "Put in your hot cocoa." Crackers Salad Dressing Soups Tissue Johnston's Sodas. 2 lb. box Taste well, <|t. jar Campbell's, Most kinds, Royal Arms Toilet Tissue cans Igc. rolls Cider-Doughnut Special One gallon of cider and one dozen 9Qo doughnuts Mv\s Ice Cream • Select for parties— VANILLA — CHOCOLATE — TROPICAL FRUIT 29C quart QUALITY GEOCERIES - MEATS — ICE CREAM — * Trade with Dave and Save Phon e 66 VEGETABLES But Not The Quality Slip-ons! Coal Styles! SWEATERS Rich Colors \V»nicn, here you have smart Shetland blends, cashmere blends, pure zephyrs—in every style and color for fall! Priced for Savings! Men's Slacks 1.98 All fast color patterns \v oven in.' M a. n y are Sanfori/ed*! All arc long- wcaring! • F'ubrir shrinkage will mil cx- Men! All Wool Plaid JACKETS Sports Back! 3-98 ****** ff Look Like Fine \V ff Woolenl \^ //PLAIDS \\ ll ^^y«. fl vL Spun rayon and cot- f* A ton. Many are au- */ ^\ thenlic clan plaids.^V America's Touyhcst Work Pan /.->.' Moleskins 1.49 Extra heavy ( 9 '{• o z. ) moleskin, b a r t a ci ked and sturdily sewn! Full cut. New! Improved.' At a lower price than ever! Heavy (32 o/.) all wool and mohair! Stifle fastener front and pocket/ (ft NEW! Wool and Rayon BLANKETS A Penney Exclusive! A sensational new example of weaving skill/ Soft, deep nap in lovclv lustrous colors. Warmer than all wool of the same weight! Big—72 in. x 90 in.! Extra heavy! Has 5 inch rayon satin binding/ Washes like a charm! Our Lowest Price! BOYS' KNICKERS 98 L o n g wear in spite of the price/ «• Las^ex" cuffs. Lined! Men's Warm Flannelette NIGHT SHIRTS Economy Priced! Extra heavy weight to give you greatest warmth! Military collar with frogs, or slipover style. For Y our Boy's Health !• Warm Pajamas A Big Value! Keep him warm—even on coldest nights! Soft, cozy flannelette in full cut sizes for comfort! E N N E Y'S P E N N E Y CO MPANY, Incorporated LUDINGTO N, MICH.

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