The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 10, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Tuesday, October 10, 1939
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f*AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SOCIETY Local Amusements All former members of Troop j o'clock -• - - - The main Community Party Planned at Carrs CARR SETTLEMENT—There l will be Pre--Hallqwe'en party i at Carr's Community hall Saturday night. Oct! 21, at 9 2, Girl Scouts, sponsored by the Th . e main feature of the (Sunday school of First Methodist evening will be the free min- I church, are asked to meet on st ' r ' sl show filled with jokes, LYRIC THEATER— Presents "Beau Geste" with . , Gary Cooper. Ray Milland, Pederson and i Robert Preston, Brian Donlevy old fashioned songs, moiiologs Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 11. old fashioned s immediately after school in order an <? ,<; lo e Dances. i . . t r. i, , w*/"\ I 1 r\tiM n rv n I*Q to set up the fall program under Followins new leariershiD. characters: Following are the list of Miss Bernice Pederson and ! Robert Preston, Brian Donlevy Leaders for this season will be Miss Hanna Tebo were co-iand Susan Hayward. Also I Miss Lavinia p Mier and Miss hostesses recently at a de- i "News" Messenger, former scout leader lightful shower, given at the — at Marquette. • • Members of Troop 2 who attend Lakeview school will be transferred to a new troop being sconspred by the Parent-Teacher association of Lakeview school. All these girls, however, are asked to attend the Troop 2 meeting Wednesday. Arrangements for transfer will be made at that time. Dancing. OLD HICKORY" INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. RAIBOW GARFENS— Roller skating. TODD-L-INN—~ Dancing. -# * Marek home in Amber in hon- OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM or of Miss Rose Marek, Octo- ' ber bride-elect. The evening was spent in playing tounco with first prize being won by Miss Nettie Bellamy, second by Miss Caroline Johnson and low by Miss Lottie Serba. Later, a delicious luncheon was served by the hostesses. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the table decorations and a feature of the luncheon was the serving of a lare-e pink j and white wedding cake. i The honoree was presented ' with a lovely collective gift by her friends. Those present were Evelyn Cluchey, Bertha Emery, Virginia Michaud, Lou:se Zywicki. Monica Tomicki, Gladys Badzinski, Elmira Patterson, Robina Hesslund, Ruth Olson, Genevieve Payne, Sophie Rummer, Lyda Doran and Beatrice Abbott, Alice Pomrenke, Estelle Thompson, Mary Zeigler, Alice Moreen, Mary- 'Winczewski, Helen Pomorski, Theresa Rockwell. Emma Horowski, .Nettie Bellamy, Caroline Johnson. Lottie Serba, Sophie Marek, Josephine Marek; the honoree Miss Rose Marek, and the hostesses, Miss Tebo and Miss Pederson. # * # Past Noble Grands Meet On Monday Interlocutor—Leo LaPointe. Bones—Joe Cossette. Tnmbo—Carl Robinson, i Snowball—Walter Locke. Rastus—Charles Larkey. ' Highball—Henry Abel.' Possum—B. F. Barnett. Sassifrass—Herman Bogner. Sam—Searle Barnett. Lollipop—Harry Johnston.. Bill—Leonard Newman. Sambo—William Bogner. Rufus—Tom Roach. Following the minstrel the characters will be joined by found her much improved over her last trip to the hospital. Mrs. Ditlowe stayed to nave her tonsils and teeth removed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston and daughters and mother, Mrs. Perry Tyndall motored (to Hesperia recently and vis- |ited with Mrs. > John Hyatt. Mrs. Hyatt, who suffered a stroke 2 years ago, is able to move about the house in a wheel chair. Mrs. Otis Weaver and sons called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tyndall recently. ; Sunday guests at the P. Tyndall home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor and sons of Marlborough and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marvin and sons of Muskegon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tyndall and son. Mr. and Mrs. Robison of Grand Rapids were guests Sunday. Sept. 24, of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robison. i« . . nf i „£ ° f • i evening P nc - mg a Gay Surprise Event Honors Miss Riolo Mrs. Martha Walla of Gary, Ind., and Mrs. Richard Nettnin were co-hosteses recently at a c delightful surprise affair, held atjp 506 Second street in celebration of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Nettnin's daughter, MLss All girls who attend Lakeview ^ T 5? WU1 ?f - ,, ---,.,-, school or who live in the vicinitv J;ft^ J^ ie ?,^ n * he . beautiful of First Methodist church and ol( J dance, the Virgmnia reel." who are interested in joining a f jv( Girl Scout troop are asked to at- 30 , tend thisj*ganizatum_meeting. set ; a beautiful Beacon ^-^ et. large turkey, large goose, and a bushel of mixed vegetables will be given away. 'Boosters Ni^ht' Enjoyed TVliCiAJ/^i About 60 persons attended Bible Study Course «* -Booster night" at «£ ~ .Community hall given by the A new church study class will ? !{ L 1 ! ner Grange Saturday eve- begin its work on Wednesday, Oct. 11. at 8 p. m. at First Meth- i odist. it was announced by Rev.'^ -, 1L C. E. Pollock, pastor of *v, 0 aancin -S 1/f xl 1* j fw i Methodist Church to Sponsor New ~«- . . church todav the ^ Gange , ™ hlc . h .o= irn uh P H «»i M i US ' C ,\vas tuinisned by "Bromley's :Nicklelodeon." The exhibit was Menninerer School ( Menninger PT-A will hold a i regular meeting Friday evening, .Oct. 13. The meeting will open I with communitv singing and in| strumental music and the an- j nual business meeting will be I held. After the meeting pot| luck refreshments will be served. All are cordially invited. The place on earth is belieyed to be a remote point in eastern Asia. A cow spends eight hours of her day grazing, and 16 hours resting and chewing the cud. Outline Program for Chib Year SUMMIT.—The "Summit Child Study club met at the Arlington Houk home Monday evening, Oct. 2. Members responded to roll call with current events. The program of the year was outlined by Mrs. Jack Maynard as follows: "Too Young for College"— Mrs. Earl Bashaw. "Magic of Toys"—Mrs. Meisenheimer. "Training for Marriage" — Mrs. Einer Christofferson. Book report—Mrs. Maurice Kistler. "Youth Has Wings" — Mrs Kenneth Kibbey. "Parliamentary Law" — Mrs. Ervon Kistler. duct at the St. Joseph St. Joseph, Mich. A delightful luncheon was served by the co-hostesses, Mesdames Frank Bry* and Arlington Houk. The next meeting will be" held a tthe Ronald Van Dyke home Oct. 16. Marriage Announced Cards announcing the marriage of Miss Ruth Ellen French, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence French of Ontario, Calif., TUESDAY, OCT. 10, 1939. Home, territories into the great "Pale- arctic desert," which stretched from West Africa to China. CATCHING OLD? "Extraverts and Introverts"— Mrs. Harold Fitch. Book report, "The Yearling"— Mrs. Jack Maynard. Forum—Mrs. Frank Brye. "How to Torture Babies" — Mrs. Jerome Jorrison. "Stand Behind Your Child" —Mrs.. Welland Kinney. Book report—Mrs. R VanDyke. ( to Willard Reed Powell, at Yu- Glen i ma> Ariz -- have been received 1CU ' by local friends. Mrs. Powell spent her childhood in Summit, living on the L. W. Rose farm, and attended the French! school. Since moving to the' West she has been engaged in secretarial high school work at Long Beach. Congratulations from her ^* | f^ |£ C heI P s Used at that first sneeze, this special- izcd medication for the nose — where most colds start — from developing many friends of this community are extended to the couple who reside at 1065 East First St Long Beach, Calif. Forest fire insurance is used in several foreign countries, but is not commercially obtainable in the United States at present. VA-TRO-NOL i * *S T.7- ' I *—#—*—*—* — *—#—#.—)(.—* * RUMMAGE SALE * * THURSDAY. OCT 12, | * •> j, At Quality Paint and I Decorating Shop, f E. Dowland St. Sponsored by Bethany I Rev. Pollock, who directed a j, ir iov>H o,-,r) r^^,, *. r -^ course through the entire 'ie^tablls were ^r-HrnPrt i insr. VPJJV will riirppt t.hp ..5?. eL S Dies , , we . le auctioned and i as last Grace Riolo. Airplane bunco and othsi games were played during the evening with high prize being won by Mrs. Harold Smith, second by Miss Mildred Boseker and third by Mrs. Anna Ereon. Later in the evening, a de- money added to the Grange Ice cream was so'ld The regular meeting, Past Noble Grands club was held , licious luncheon, featuring a large birthday cake, was served at tables decorated in Halloween fi, colors with clever appointments. Ai5 I The autumn motif was carried , Monday evening at the home of • { Mrs. W. O. Cole, 404 East Lud•, ington avenue. Miss Eda Mill- 5 gard acted as co-hostess, i During the meeting it was decided to hold a series of card out in decoration throughout the home in arrangements of fall flowers and colored leaves. Miss Riolp received a number of attractive gifts from her Those present were Mesdames t parties during the fall season" SmitH .n^T^n T/ 6 M ™ ies The first of the series win h« hpiri ?, m , lth an ° Ereon, Misses Eleanor The first of the series will be held at the home of Mrs. Josie Ander- i son with Mrs. Byron Rockwell : and Mrs. Perry Ayers as co-host- j ' esses. The parties will be held in 'f' sl f n : the afternoon. Lavma . Marjone J °™ s ° n - Ann * S n° fl ? ier ' ISabel B . cs ? ker - Loretta Charon. Marasco, , DeRegne. Marquerite e aernoon. ; . arquere The evening's mystery pack- ' ^ e f i tne non °i'ee. Miss Riolo. awarded to Mrs. Emma ' an 5 , e , nosteses - Mrs. Nettnin r cix.«i*-..:li _ _____ j _ .. j_i_ _ ' and A/TrS \A/Qllo age was __ _ _ Adams, of Scottville, guest of the ! evening. j ^ — Later, pinochle was played i SAPfttlH with first prize being won by Mrs.! UCi -" ll U Edna Hansen, second by Mrs. i Nettie Vink and low by Mrs. Perry Ayers. At the close of the meeting, i luncheon was served by the, hostesses. i Guests of the occasion were i in connection * * * -- new class. The course will cover f unr j , ce „.. a study of "The Beginnings of throughout the pvprnncr O,,H the Christian Church" and the lunch was servPri hv ?hI B i a ,? Bible and early church history Uncn was se ^d_by the ladies. will furnish the source material : Club to Meet for the .studies. ; Carr's Extension club will A number of persons have a!- meet at the Searle Barnett ready arranged to take the home Thursday afternoon Oct course and the studies are open 12 to all who are interested in a Anyone wishin°- to come to definite and careful knowledge this meeting may do so re- pf the beginnings of Christian- gardless of whether they be- ity as represented by the long to the club or not churches. The course will con- Mrs. Jack Thume, leader sist of 12 studies, meetings to be and Mrs. Searle Barnett sub held in the club room at the for regular leader, Mrs Norville church. Whitney, will give the lesson There is no charge or enroll- on "Clothing." Anyone that ment fee for the course. * As has a dress to be made over many as are interested should is a^ked to bring it to this attend the first meeting. Rev. meeting. , Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tynd?. 1 ' ! are rejoicing over the arrival or a baby son who is named Patrick Micheal. ! John Underwood and i Pollock urged. ' e m- Mrs. Adams and Miss Bess Me-! week prayer and praise service Elroy. | in Washington Avenue Baptist The next meeting will be held ; church, it was announced to on Nov. 13 at the home of Mrs. j day by Rev. R. E. Omark Das- Bertha Wright 210 East Loomis ! tor of the church. ! street. Mrs. Florence Stalter ! At the first study held on ' Supper to Be First Event of New Season The Men's club of The Com- ,. _ C1L munity church will resume its lake Tuesday to fall program of activities with a meetin^ supper at 6:30 o'clock Wednes- Mr. "and Mrs. F Robertson day evening. Oct. 11. accompanied by Mrs John Un Robert Wayt, who traveled derwood motored to Shelbv through Western United States Friday to bring Miss "Alice this summer, will show motion home for the week-end She pictures of his trip and will ad- teaches in the hi°-h school at dress the group. Mr. Wayt's ap- Shelby. _,, ^— j pearance was arranged by R. C. Mrs. Byron Masten and sis- ine second study from the | Buchanan, program chairman. ter . Mrs. Russell Ditlowe went 30K of Matthew will be pre- I A meeting will be conducted to Ann Arbor Monday ' Mrs on Wednesday evening and announcements will be Masten returned the next dav -. ««4-.« — ____• A*. , , __" . _ t a >-»/-* ,tiin U „.._!.___ . . y»«-j with the mid- will act as co-hostess. —* * * *w wi ^ ac Afternoon Affair Celebrates Birthday Oct. 4 at the church', the fact of Jesus genealogical descent from King David was present- with the genealogical ed m connection study of the two .j-.-rr siven in the Books of Matthew and Luke. It is significant, Rev. Omark states family n °can Pr - Sent d&y Jewisri ex ay read by Dr. A. T. Green, presi- and wil1 have to remain in bed lor eight more weeks. They dent of the club. All men of the church are cordially invited to attend the , supper. denbury. vice-president in charge. The program will be educa- ;l tional a.s well as entertaining. ' Speaker of the evening will be ' Mrs. Florence Huff, 509 North James street entertained at her home on Saturday afternoon from 2 until 4 o'clock in honor of her aunt, Mrs. D. E! McClure, who celebrated her 85th birthday anniversary on Oct. 6. Lovely fall flowers were used in decoration throughout the home and tea was served in the dining room from a table set ... with crystal and centered with i thl an arrangement of bronze chrys- j anithemumls. Presiding at lihe ! table were Miss' Nyda McClure ' and Mrs. E. J. Carroll of Lansing, daughters of the honored guest. Guests of the occasion were members of Mrs. McClure's church circle and her many local i friends. She received a great T^ number of gifts, cards and flow- fi number of gifts, cards and flow- S, ers in celebration of the occasion. ™- * # * Membership Drive Is in Progress Now The annual membership drive of the Parent-Teacher association of Lakeview school was begun on Monday and will continue through this week, as is „ „ usual each year. n A committee from the association will call upon prospective .'members at their homes during ^MIB week. The national debt of the Phil- >plne Islands is $2 per capita. —— one-thirtieth " „ v Co US ^i j., M . <JC1 ,j L — has no human des- has documented of his Davidic lineage study topic for the sec- meeting is to be "The Mess Name." The Old Testa- background for the nam- of the "King of Jews" is of importance and interest The service during which will be presented at 7:45 p. m. and is open to^the general public. PT-A TO MEET ' THISJEVENING second meeting of the Ouster PT-A for the current Princess Watassa of "the th; Michigan Tuberculosis association who_-e topic will be ''Tuber- I culosLs." All are invited espec- ,^ a ^~ will be music by Harold, Howard and Dick Figgins, a piano solo by Louise Damkoehler and a trumpet solo by George Reed. season will be held Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium with Mrs. Dewey Bran- *—*—*—#—*, I ! Thanks! *—#—#—*—* - — ••-- -v^ -^ m 9 w W EAT I,AGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, BREAD, ROLLS and PASTRY "Famous for Over 25 Years." Dark Breads Keep You Healthy Swedish Limpa, Rye Graham, Rye, Whole Wheat and f r*cialty Breads. LAGESEN DANISH BAKERY 605 S. Washington Ave. Phone 755 * I wish to thank all who # sent in cards for me. I won 3rd amateur prize in the contest over I Station WCFL, Chica- f go, Sunday, Oct. 1. * I Robert Thompson. #—*—#—#—* *—*—*•-—*—# llNJECTION OF HEMORRHOIDS •W, AND DISORDERS OF WOMEN DR. A. T. 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