PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Abrahamson, 710 East Foster street. There will be a meeting of the Sunday school teachers of Bethany Lutheran church at 7:30 p. m. at the parsonage. The Lakeshore Study club will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Ernest Beebe, 723 East LoomLs street. Mrs. Ida Snow will act as co-hostess. p. m. Ludington Amateur Radio club will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the high school. A prayer meeting and Bible study service of the Anglo-Saxon Federation will be held at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. McClain, 703 South Emily street. THURSDAY — Ludington Townsend club No. 1 will meet at headquarters at 8 p. m. demon- LYRIC THEATER— Presents Gary Cooper in ™. «_ ,.,. T * n tu ,"Beau Geste" with Ray Mil- The Epworth League of Beth- : i and> Robert Preston, Brian any Methodist church presented Donlevy Susan Hayward J. a Sacred musicale on Thursday carrol Naish, Donald O'Connor evening in the church. • \ an d James Stephenson. A small stage occupied one j _ end of the room and as the | OSSAWAIJ) CRUMB TAPROOM curtain was drawn the chorus WEDNESDAY: The testimony j Stanley Benson will meeting oi i-irst Church oi'istrate his new game, Cnrist, Scientist will be held atiery." Everyone welcome. 8 p. m. Prayer service and Bible me Brownie Pack of First study will be hqld at 7:30 p. Methodist church will meet at|m- at Evangelical Free church. 3:30 p.m. ' | T he Book of Jonah will be first Methodist church will studied, regular weekly Marriage to Occur at Milwaukee, Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. George Dietrich of Milwaukee, Wis., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Irene Ann, to Leo Weinert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Weinert of Ludington. route 4. The wedding will occur on Oct. 21 at Saron's Evangelical Recov- I Lutheran church, Milwaukee. choirx standing on the stage, sang tne "WMBI Service! March." Carlton Benson, as master of ceremonies, then announced the opening number, the selections, "Are We Downhearted," "Wide, Wide as the Ocean" and "When Your Cup Runneth Over," sung by the chorus choir. Dancing. JHAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN— ~~ Dancing. hold its meeting at cmb room. 'me mid-week prai.se service of prayer 7:30 p. m. in tne The choir of dist church hearsal at 7:30 prayer and S01 L Parlors, warning ton First Metho- will meet for rep. m. at Hud- Other selections of gram were as follows: Piano solo, "Just As I Am"— '• Mrs. Carlton Benson. 'run Violin solo, "Flower Song" — | UIjU Norman Thompson. Selections, "All Through the Night," "Let the Beauty of Jesus" and "Lead Me t<o Some Soul Today"—The chorus choir. Vocal duet, "The Lights of Home"—Miss Vera Hansen and Miss Sylvia Benson. The highlight of the evening's program was the two-act play- the p ro-i RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. HICKERY INN— Dancing. Avenue Baptist chuich win be held at 7:4o p. m. Tnio meeting wni take up tne seuonu of u scries of studies on the JSOOK 01 Matthew. r lne vv^rnen of Grace Episcopal chuicn will meet at 2:30 p. m. at tne home oi ivirs. L. M. opuor. 303 West Haignt street. ivirs. (jeDliaidti circle oi Ihe Comrnunuy cnurch 'Wiil meet at 2:30 p. m. at tne home of Mrs. C. B.-Baiiey. 203 Soutn Staff on itieet. Mrs. Newberg's circle of The Community clinch wni meet at The third lecture of the Institute of International Understanding series, sponsored by j Ludington Rotary club, will be -The Confirma- ( Bethany Metho- i an church. SATURDAY- tion class of dist church will meet" at 10 a. m. in the church parlors. The Children's Confirmation class of Bethany Lutheran church will meet at 10 a. m. in the parsonage. The ladies' auxiliary of Ludington Townsend club No. 1 eludes; Mr and Mrs. L. H. Ferguson of Shaker Heights, O., Arthur Anderson of Chicago, Vilas Johnson of Chicago, Joseph Sahlmark, C. C. Casweil, Nerheim Motor Co., David Gibbs, Ludington Lumber Co., Mr. and Mrs. H N into Canada, the letter states. All regulations pertaining to American tourists while in Canada will remain the same as in the past. Development in recent years of five United States Willoughby, Hoiiick & Cansori j industries, natural gas, _... grocery, John Sniegowski, R. C. | natural carbon dioxide, potash mineral helium, p. m. at tne home 01 Mrs. at 7:30 p. m. the topic "The Influence of Aviation on International Relations." The monthly business meeting of the Young People of J Washington Avenue Baptist' church will be held at 8 p m at the home of Miss Caroline Thompson, 207 North Lavinia street. The prayer meeting of Methodist church will be celebration quarters. Saturday at head- New 'Committees Are Busy in Drive Free held (Continued m>m Paee 1) Kecne, Mrs. B. K. Hussey, Mrs. Stedman Rohn, Mrs. A. R. Vest- ling. Mrs. L.. Rov Jensen. Peterson, Mrs. Ely, Electrc Tamper & Equipment Co., Mrs. Eibert Keene, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bertram. Frank Ashbacker, James Aggelakos, Ludington State banK, Mr. and Mrs. Vance F. Callighan, George L. Colyer, Mrs. H. K Hansen, Lewis Drug store, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Swanson, Rohn Insurance agency, Michigan Public Service Co., Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Boone, J. N. Taggart, Dr. E. J. Andersen, Earl Morrison, T. L. Atkinson, Wm. E. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cuthbertson. The list is but a small part of those who have contributed to date and further names will be published as rapidly as a list can be compiled. and sulphur is attributed largely to underground explorations for oil. Mastodons, camels and an type of horse once in- the desert areas of the American southwest. ancient habited ANNUAL CHICKEN SUPPER Sponsored by the Fern Ladies' Aid Society Wednesday, Oct. 11, Serving: Starts at 5:30 and until all are served. Adults 40c—Children 25c. at the HARVEY WILSON FARM 6 Miles South of Custer. j A. i\. Kmney. Sixth street. SOCIAL CALENDAR The Salvation Army will hold 7:30 Keau s ciicie 01 ilie Com- j an Evangelistic service at munity cnurch will meet at 2:30 j p. m. p. in. at tne home of Mrs. B. H. • The Be Loyal club of Beth- Canada Imposes No New Restrictions Present regulations regarding tourist travel from the United States to Canada will not be affected by the outbreak of war in Europe involving Canada and . ,. . _, . J , tn e British Empire, according Ludington, Second ward, sec-, to a notice from the Canadian ond precinct; Mrs. Louis Fee,(travel bureau, received at the chairman, Mrs. Harry Abraham- ; Ludington Chamber of Corn- son. Mrs. Perry Ayres, Mrs. Har- merce office this mornin^ NOTICE! PAT'S BEAUTY SHOP WILL BE CLOSED AFTER FRIDAY, OCT. 13. I Wish To Take This Opporvum'ty of Thanking All My Friends For the Loyal Patronage Which I enjoyed during My Business In Ludington. PAT'S BEAUTY SHOP Esther Patricia Doe Huston Building TODAY: The Pere Marguette Grange will meet at 8 o'clock let, "Janey," illustrative of ho'wj this evening at the Pere Mar- missionary work is carried on in j quette townhall to hold election the "hills" of Kentucky. The ! of officers. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. JUI.V, anve. mumty ac b:3U p. 020 North Lakesnore | any Lutheran church will meet at 8 p. m. at the home of club of The Corn- ._ Mrs. Hulbert Larson. Sixth a supper str *!'; t in the churchouse. TJle Ladies Aid of Bethany Lutheran church will meet at p. m. at the home of lently taken, were: Janey, Miss j social hour. Vera Hansen; Janey's mother, Mrs. LeRoy Hamilton; Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Carlton Benson; Mrs. Hammond's daughter,] 593 East Filer street. Ethel, Miss Sylvia Benson; Mrs. Denning, a friend, Mrs. Willard Tallefson: Lucy, a maid, Miss Marjorie Olson and Rosa, another maid, Miss Helen Bark. Numbers in the last part of the program were: , ,, ,, „„-„:„„ The junior Literary club will i BethLy ie'lhoSst chiSn ' nf wSi Danaher" street. FRIDAY—The choir of Evan_ «, _-, j ^., uv ., 4_*\_ uj.i(Aii _y ivi.tr iiiuuio u Cii Ul V_il Will 1 • i -n \_ meet at 7:30 o'clock this_evening, oe new at 7:45 p. m. at tne hom^^hcal Free *$*A Benson, . . at_the ho_me of Mrs. Grundmark , O i Mr. and Mrs. Aitnur 805 East Filer street. There will be a meeting of the | '1'ae Uiuieo AIU of Bethany Past Noble Grands club at 8 o'-j church \uil serve supper ir^m a clock this evening at the home! until 8 p. m. in the cnuich par- ity c hurch will meet for"n"rnr of Mrs. W. O. Cole, 404 East'iurs. tice at 7 p m Ludington avenue. Miss Eda Ihe Adult Confirmation class! There will be for rehearsal at 7:30 will meet m p. Choir rehearsal will be held at 8 p. m. in Washington Avenue Baptist church. The choir of The Commun- Selections, "Everybody Happy? Say Amen!", "It's All Different Now" and "In the Sweet Bye and Bye"—The cliorus choir. Jesus Care?"I will act as co-hostess. All members of the Ludington of Betnany Metlioaist churcn will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the and Freesoil unions of the Wo-; cnurch parlors. men's Christian Temperance! A pia>er aervice will be held at an evening service at 7:45 p. m. at the Pentecostal Assembly of God. The Epworth League of Bethany Methodist church will Sunshine Mountain,' Satisfied/' "He Lifted Me Up, Yes, Up" and "Joy, Joy, Joy"— Chorus choir. Trumpet solo, "Swiss Boy" — Harvey Thompson. Selections, "Happy Since I Came Home," "Altogether Lovely" and "Into My Heart"—Chorus choir. Recessional, "WMBI Service March"—Chorus choir. After the concluding numbers sung toy the choir, Rev. Erling Edwardsen, pastor of the union are invited to meet this; 7:3U p. m. at the church of the!have % supper followed bv a evening at 8 o'clock with the; Nazarene. | devotional me'etin°- at the Scottville union at the home of; 'me study club of First Meth-!church at 6 p. m °' Mrs. C. M. Fisher, at Scottville., odist church will meet at 8 p. m. : The choir of Bethany Meth- I A good attendance is desired a^i in the club room. ' " ' T V^I plans will be made to attend: Vvmiam > *• m ! the WHTTT frmvpntirm in Dp- Old Gallie, Mrs. Arthur Lapham. Mrs. E. G. Winn. Ludington, Fourth ward, west of Madison street, Mrs. William Hamilton, Mrs. Andrew Anderson. Mrs. Joseph Gadziemski. Fourth ward east of Madison street: Mrs. Ernest Ignasiak and Mrs. Frank Krupa, cochairmen, Mrs. Edward Jankowski. Mrs. .Stanley Snow, Irene Anderzack, Mrs. Anthony Smith, Mrs. Mike Zywicki. Victory township: Joseph Ruba and Ju'ius Peterson, co-chairmen, M?sdames Helen McDonald, Alice Hjortholm, Nellie Millwood, Louis Petersen. John Rosenow, Lottie Gustaf.3on. Other committees will be published as soon as the names are available. Contributors Names No new restrictions have been imposed or are likely to be imposed on the personal entry of tourists from the United States! BABY'S COLD USED BV 3 OUT OP 5 MOTHERS Easy to relieve misery direct— without "dosing". Bub throat, chest, and back with . . . VAPORUB TO INTRODUCE G-E WASHERS! WHILE THEY LAST! $79.50 ........ $24.95 Both for $69.5O HURRY—ONLY 5 LEFT! NEW 1939 GE WASHER, All White __.. NEW 1939 GE RADIO, G Tube Table Model . ansuury camp No. 52, the WCTU convention in De- United Spanish War veterans troit. Any woman interested in i and Anna Barbara Switzer auxiliary No. 25 will meet at 8 p. m. at the Scottville Cjmmun- uy hall. All members are asked to be present as election of officers will be held. Ihe Senior Child Study club will meet in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. Albert Jonnson 809 Brother .street. Mrs. Loim Weiman will act as co-hostess. odist will rehearse at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Although the list was still in process of being compiled, a par- WCTU activities is welcome to attend this meeting. The Junior Bsard of Stewards of First Methodist church will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening in Hudson parlors. The Brownie Pack of The Community church will meet at 3:30 p. m. in the churchhouse. Teachers and officers of The Community church school are asked to meet at 6 p. m. at the _. . | tial list of firms and persons who Choir rehearsal will be held , contributed in last week's pre- at 7 p. m. in Bethany Luther-'liminary drive in Ludington in-' HOMOGENI/;fiD Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver NEW 1939 EASY WASHER. All White . . . Regular Price GO BOXES OF OXYDOL, Year's Supply. $79.50 ippiy. Both for $69.5O WALLACE KURAS 210 W. Ludinglon Ave. Phone 604 will meet in the afternoon at the Aroeiter .society 'ine remarks, following which free-will offering was taken. # * * A New Bible Class To Be Opened Tuesday A new adult Bible class will,, , ibe inaugurated Tuesday evening ' ^eshments will be served at the time of its first meeting j tne close of the meeting. A at the home of Mrs. Emma : g0 ^ attend f n <* 1S desired. Cooper, 316 North Gaylord ave- ! m ^' e0 *, U L» ewa sub .-district nue i meeting of the Women s Home I Missionary society of First Methodist church at 2 p. m. in ! Hudson parlors. The Ludington Missionary society will en- the group will be entirely unde'- \ Sk^auSuari™* 1 " "* B6a1 ' nomlnational. ' Guest conductor of the meeting Tuesday will be Rev. P. M. Wright of Muskegon, who conducted a Gospel hour over sta- East Filer street. Cards members and friends at. for 2:30 church in order to motor to the; will meet at 2 p. m. at the home Harry Stolberg cottage, Hamlin j of Mrs. Frank Lindenau 304 lake, for a 6:30 p. m. supper. '"-- — TUESDAY—The Berean Bible class of Washington Avenue Baptist church will meet at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Fred Peterson, 607 East Filer street with Mrs. Elmer Nelson as co-hostess. Pere Marquette chapter No. 327. Order of Eastern Star, will hold a regular meeting at 8 p m. in the Mason temple. Re- tion WKBZ for some while the station was in years ' this! at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs Robert Wayt, 307 North James street, Mrs. Maurice Tallefson will be co-hostess and MLS.S u. ,, .Agnes McLaren will be enps-t city. Since the station moved to : speaker g Muskegon, Rev. Wright has had j Girl Scouts, Troop 5 O f The a morning fellowship hour and j Community church will meet at also two shut-m programs each 4 p. m week His evening services are. The Four Square club will also broadcast direct from the | meet at 7:30 p. m at the home church - . i of Miss Betty Love, 403 NoJth vlted to attend this meeting. j of officers. ' ' ms a a * * * i There will be an evening service at 7:45 p. m. atthePente- co.sf,l Assembly of God. A/r T ^ e Br °therhood of Bethany Methodist church will hold a box .social at 7:45 p. m. at the About 4,000 slaves were freed by the emancipation amendment adopted in 1865. MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 FRED ASTAIRE has the right combination of great acting and dancing to give you more pleasure THEY HAVE THE When you pay 50 cents for a meal, you pay 30 cents for water. Meat is 75 percent water, While cucumbers, for one example, are nearly all water. ' TODAY'S SUGGESTION FOR PREVENTING FIRES PHONE for your next coal. Our staff is careful not to make a muss '" tmd you will get ounce of coal that is or- ered. E. VORCE & SON om Fire'Safety in Cleanliness '"THE door is left wide open for fire'when rubbish and papers are permitted to accumulate. Make it a rule to dispose of them every day. Keep the building "spic and span." FIRE PREVENTION WEEK October 8-14 Meny-Washatka AGENCY PHONE 58 110 E. Ludington Ave. ommnafi&n FOR MORE PLEASURE C^hesterfield blends the Right Combination of the finest American and Turkish tobaccos to give you a milder, better-tasting smoke with a more pleasing aroma... And when you try them you'll find that these are the qualities Chesterfield has above all others in giving you More Smoking Pleasure. THEY SATISFY. Copyright 1959, LJOOBTT & Mvnas TOBACCO Co.
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