The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 5, 1939 · Page 3
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 3

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 5, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that yon can show your guests is to have their visits mentioned on this page. The nicest courtesy you can show your friends is to let them Irani of your visits through this page. 1'lrusc call the society editor, telephone 106. •council Rev. Gordon Grant of Choir—The choir of Grace Episcopal church will rehearse at 7 o'clock this evening. Choir—Choir rehearsal will be held at 7 p. m. Friday in Bethany Lutheran church. Practice—The choir of Bethany Methodist , church will meet for practice at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the church. Rehearsal—The Choir of The Community church . will meet for rehearsal on Friday evening at 7 o'clock at the church. PT-A — The Parenft-Teacher association of Lakeview school will meet at 3:15 p. m. Friday at the school building. League Meeting—Trie Junior Walther League of St. John's Lutheran -church will meet on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church hall. Committee—There will be a meeting of the committee of Grace church at 8 o'clock this evening at the home of the rector at 409 North Rath avenue. League to Meet—The Luther league of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet at 8 o'clock thus evening at Luther hall. All members are asked to be present. To Meet—Circle 2 of St. ! John's Lutheran church will meet at 2 p. m. Friday at the home of Mrs. R. Groening, 207 East Danahcr street. To Meet—There will be a Fellow Craft meeting at 8 o'clock this evening in the Masonic temple. All; Masons are urged to attend this meeting. F.O.E. Meeting-—-Regular weekly meeting of Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ludington Aerie No. 1354 will be held at Eagles' hall tonight, all members being urged to attend. | Postponed—The rummage sale, | to have been held Saturday, Oct.' 7, by Court Ludington, No. 745, Catholic Daughters of America, has been postponed until further notice because of conflicting dates. Division—The Northwest division of First Methodist church will meet at 8 o'clock this evening at the -'home of Mrs. James Fisher, 504 North Gaylord avenue. A report on the fair concession will "be given. Tour East—Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Miller, 301 East Filer street, and Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rasmussen, 506 North James .street, left this morning on a week's tour of Virginia and Washington, D. C. They plan to return to their homes in Ludington on Oct. 13. St. Jerome's church, Scottville,/played two piano selections, "Hungarian Concert March" by Kowalski and "Concert Polka" by Irene Ritter. Rev. T. Raymond Darke of Guardian Angels' parish, Manistee, gave the closing prayer. The meeting was followed by a social hour. Ludinton delegates w&re Mesdames C. F. Wadel, T. J. Barber, Joseph Lavich, Anna Ereon, Joseph Venn, John Holzbach and Misses Martha Carrier, Marjorie Charon and Eileen Bennett. To Present Musicale at Church Tonight Interested persons are reminded of the sacred musicale, to be presented by the Epworth League of Befhany church this evening. The program, to include a missionary playlet, wilfbegin at 8 o'clock at the church. There will be no admittance charge but a free-will offering will be collected ,for the use of missions. * •* # Center Riverton Center Riverton was well represented at the Scottville Harvest Home festival on all of the days. The farmers appreciate the pffnrts nut forth by the Scottville business men for their enjoyment. Miss Rosella Silvis is assisting with the 'household duties at the Paap-Listing home. Miss Violet Kindschi, Mrs. Claude Hanks, August Neilson and Vincent Krezen left Monday morning. Oct. 2, for their homes in Beloit, Wis., after visiting over the week-end at the Charles Stovesand home and 'with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Silvis recently returned from Pontiac where they visited relatives. For its fourth nucceusivc season, Ludington PT-A council is laying plojns to inaugurate its school-year project of furnishing milk to undernourished children in kindergarten and First grades. As in the past, contiibutions are sought in any amount to assist in the work" the cost being about $10 per month VJPI- school. Funds are to be sent to Mrs. Charles Allen, council treasurer, 310 North Rowe street; Mrs. Peter Copeyon, or Mrs. Henry Kronlein, 305 North Robert street. The milk, the committee explained, is distributed on a definite schedule to all youngsters who need it. Where possible, parents pay for the milk con- sinned, but no differentiation is made—the objective being to provide the nourishment .solely on the basis of actual need for at. The 1939 'bear census in Yellowstone National Park disclosed more bears than for any year since 1935. The estimated number of black bears was 483 and of grizzlies 277. Business men other than bankers constitute a majority of the directors of each Federal Reserve bank of the United States. *—*—*/ -*— *—x—*—*--* I * I * I * I * * * i *—V— RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Oct. 7 Community Churchhouse N. Harrison St. jt ,v jy, __ T _ .V, A What Causes Getting Up Nights? Nature often uses this warning of .sluggish kidneys. Other signals thnt may appear If excess acids and poisonous wastes arc not regularly eliminated are painful, scanty or frequent, How, backache, leg or rheumatic pains, headaches or dizziness. Kidneys need occasional help .same as bowels. Get BU- KETS from any clrxiRBlst. Ynnr 25c back If not pleased In 24 hours. Locally at S. M. Snow's and Joseph Sahlmark's, Druggists. BUYER'S INDEX Local and Social Mrs. Backwick Is Hostess at Delightful Event Mrs. William Backwick, 30b East Melcndy street, was hostess recently at a delightful miscellaneous shower, given at her home in honor of Mrs. Lloyd Nutt, a recent bride. Beano was played during the evening with prizes for each player. The prizes were later pre.sented to the honoree. At the close of the evening, a delicious luncheon was served by the hastens. Lovely cut flowers were used in decorating the rooms. Mrs. Nutt was the recipient of a number of attractive gifts. Those present were Mesdames Elery Chauvez, Stanley Johnson, J. J. Messer, Anthony Backwick; Misses Elizabeth Burgess, Anna Burgess, Helen Mllvert, Es- tt-lki Peterson, Pauline Bengston, Beatrice Backwick; the honoree, Mrs. Nutt, and the hostess, Mrs. Backwick. Mrs. Harvey Nelson and Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Reinberg were unable to be present. * # * Tri-County Women Attend Meeting ' (Continued from Page 2) Mrs. W. C. Kuehl of Manistee; legislation, MLss Helen Henchey of Manistee; ways and means, Miss Zelma Vadeboncoeur of Manistee. The business meeting was adjourned after • roll call and the general program was turned over to the new president, fJi Briske. After the opening prayer by Rev. Leo Zielinskl of St. Joseph's parish, Ohekama, Miss Duncan presented the president's address. After the roll call by. parishes, Miss Julia Jaitrier' entertained the • delegates with two vocal selections, "Hear My Prayer" and "Hymn to the Blessed Virgin.". She was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ethel Hernon Chicago Speaker Mrs. W. W. Speer of Chicago spoke on: the topic "American Catholic Women's Place in the World Today," describing how that-place has been broadened In re-cent years and giving suggestions as to how women can be of service to the church and to the world. Mrs. Gerald B. Bennett, president of the:diocesan cqtjncil of Grand Rapids, spoke briefly on the first annual diocesan council convention in progress, in Grand Rapids today; Mrs. -Behnett also explained the purpose and program of the organization of the Bargains for Every Member of Your Family! UIDERWEIR WEEK IT SALE! Irresistible Flannelette Nighties Regularly 98c 88 C Irresistible! Adorable! And SO warm! 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