The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 11, 1939 · Page 2
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'/*-•> GETWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 1939. SOCIETY To Speak ENJOY GAY the The regular meeting of Pere Marquette Orange, Monday evening at Pere Mar- held quette townhall, was turned into a lively social affair by the entire community in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Brozzo, who have sold their store and 'business and will move out of the state at an early date. Ninety persons were present at the meeting. An impromptu program was presented by those present. Community singing was enjoyed and a short address and welcome was griven toy the master of the Grange, Emanuel Anderson. The program was continued with the singing of two solos, "Highways Are Happy Ways" and "Just A-Wearyin' for You," by Louis Hawley. As the next feature, a group of humorous questions were directed at the guests regarding their future, after which a lovely gift was presented to them with best wishes from the community. A song improvised especially for the occasion was sung by the men of the group with piano accompaniment played by Mrs. George Sterns. Mr. Anderson then gave a short talk regarding the Grange and its constructive work for rural communities, in trying to Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents "Bad Lands" with Robert Barrat, Addison Richards, Noah Berry Jr., Douglas Walton, Paul Hurst, Francis McDonald *and Big Boy Williams; and "No Place to Go" with Dennis Morgan, Gloria Dickson, Sonny Bupp and Fred Stone. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Orchestra for dancing. OLD HICKORY" INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN_~ Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— monian; Rosemarie Rhora, copy editor, and Billy Nelson, advertising manager, form the pub- l licity committee. Approximate' ly 30 St. Simon's students have registered to attend. Club Meets~with Mrs. C. Grundmark Is Held on Monday An interesting joint meeting of Ludington, Freesoil and Scottville units of the Woman's Christian Temperance union was enjoyed Monday evening at • r— I at Scottville. •• The regular meeting of the i The business meeting was Ludington Junior Literary club' presided over by Miss Bernice was held on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Carl Grundmark. 503 East Filer street. The feature of the evening •was an interesting and educa- , tional talk on life in the Michl' gan State prisons, from the pioneer days to the present, given , by George L. Colyer, sheriff. ; During the course of the brief i business meeting which followed the talk, Miss Iva Thompson was voted a new member and welcomed into the club. At the close of the evening ; refreshments were served by the hostess and later, a social hour was enjoyed at the home Fitch, president of the Ludington union. The tentative program of the 64th annual W. C. T. U. convention of Michigan, to be held in the Woodward were Roller skating. * * stimulate greater of Orange values. After Mr. Anderson's appreciation Mrs. Ernest Beebe Entertains Club | ' St. Simon student journalists I who will attend the second i Michigan regional press con- i ference to be held in Grand I Rapids, Oct. 28. under the aus- ; pices of the Catholic Scholastic I Press association, will hear an i alumnus of their own school, i William Wadel. '35. address a i sectional meeting on "Advertis- i ing." | I Mr. Wadel, now a Senior in ! the school of journalism of ; Marquette university, Milwau-; kee, is one of a.group of four outstanding members from this Mrs. Ernest Beebe, 723 East Loomis street, was hostess Tues- , ^^^.^^ ,,,^^^0 tlulll „„* day evening to the members of institution selected to conduct the Lakeshore Study club. Mrs. roundtable discussions on spe- : Ida Snow acted as co-hostess at, cial problems relating to the the meeting. talk, a A brief business meeting was delicious buffet supper was. opened by the president, Mrs. served by Mr. and Mrs. A. L.i Ne11 Mallory, and it was voted .„„„ Swanstoy, host and hostess for to hold the club's annual ban- during his course the evening, assisted by Mrs. • <l ue t for members, husbands j is an editorial writer on the Verne Miller, Mrs. Herman Bur- ' ar >d invited guests at Victory i staff of the "Marquette Trib- .' press. According to reports from; J. L.' O'Sullivan, dean of the journalism school. Mr. Wadel carries a high scholastic record, Avenue Baptist church in Detroit on Oct. 24, 25 and 26, was read at this time. Miss Fitch will attend as the delegate from Mason county and Mrs. Nora Hayes as delegate from Ludington. Scottville and Freesoil delegates have not yet been chosen. It was mentioned that Gov. Luren Dickinson will address the convention on Oct. 25. International Tempera nee Sunday, Oct. 29, will be observed in Mason county with the showing of the sound picture, "The Payoff," by Mr. Clevenger of Muskegon in Gray hall at 7:30 p. m. A musical concert will also be given on that day as part of the program with the film. Mrs. C. M. Fisher was in charse of the program which was opened with a vocal solo, "They Prayed but Their Prayers Were Too Late," sung by Mrs. Ralph Bortell who played her own accompaniment upon the guitar. An [interesting talk on temperance and its work with the child was given by Rev. Gordon Grant of St. Jerome's a Catholic church at Scottville, delicious luncheon was* served j followi »g wl , llch Mrs. Tobey of by the hostess. Lovely flowers Freeso11 spoke on the topic of were used in decoration in the chlld *' eU * re > Mrs - Stephens ex- home ' plained the branches of the Members present were Mes- i W.C.T.U. and Miss Fitch ad- dames Earl Parker, F. C. Schroe- i d l' es , sed , T , t !l c Lf!' ou P °. n the . aims ; of Mrs. Reginald Chadwick at ' HamJin. i V J> J. Bunco Club Has Regular Meeting The regular meeting of the Lakeview Bunco club was en- ioyed recently at the home of Mrs. Herbert Engfer, with Mrs. Kenneth Lemire" as a guest of the club. Three tables of bunco were played with high score being won by Mrs. William Anderson and low by Mrs. Rex Tower. At the close of the affair, delicious refreshments served by the hostess. # # # Mail to Senators Takes Sharp Drop WASHINGTON, Oct. 11—(/P) —The big green truck that brings mall to the senators Is only a fourth full these days. Senate post office employes said that the truck was delivering 25 bags of mail a day, com- i pared with the capacity load I of a hundred-odd which it car- 't fi a ht the start of the neutrali - 1 Letters to the 96 senators now aggregate 50,000 a day, approximately the normal figure Two weeks ago, there were 200,000 a day, an all-time high. Several senators predicted that their mail would increase substantially shortly before the final neutrality vote. Fitzgerald Portrait to Hang in Lansing LANSING, ~0ct~i 1 .-(/p)_The Fitzgerald Memorial Fund com- miuee today commissioned Roy Gamble, Detroit painter, to prepare a portrait or uie late Governor Frank D. Fitzgerald to hang in the capitol with those "J. other chief executives of Michigan. < G. T. Shilson, spokesman for the committee, said more than ' tne required amount had been i received In voluntary subscriptions. Any balance, he said, may go toward a plaque to mark the Fitzgerald memorial highway between Lansing and Grand Ledge, the late governor's home. Thirty-six barrels of oil per family are needed annually to maintain present U. S. standards of living. CAUGHT COLD? Get direct relief from discomforts... rub throat, chest, back with clinic-tested dor, Nick Miller. Joseph Albrecht Jr., A. J. Seward, Rex. of the W.C.T.U. A discussion on local option was then led by Tower, Louis Mottl, Harvey Ma- ! Mrs - Falconer. The program was son, William Anderson, Arthur i , claseci w . lth ,, th f : . r . e . adln ,=' " Poor Reinberg and the hostess, Engfer. Mrs. »»"*"»^ . ir*j^A^A, iViio. iiCIiiicCil OUi"~ *»•"« *i4F^f^M 5Ul*t3CO < meister and Mrs. Clark Jagger ! townhall on Oct. 17. Mrs. J. L. It was with regret that the Davis, chairman of the commit- sne", weekly student publication. He is also a member of house Ann," given by Mrs. White of Scottville. At the close of the meeting, Orange members said goodbye tee on arrangements, requests i Sigma Delta Chi, national pro-i to Mr. and Mrs. Brozzo. Mr. that all reservations shall be in I fessional journalism fraternity Brozzo will be missed in the 4-H i W Saturday, Oct. 14. Members j and of the Marquett" Press club club board by the boys of the! are asked to make their reser- He is the son of • Mr and Mrs township, who were among! vations by calling Mrs. Davis, Claude F. Wadel, 710 East Lud- • those present at the meeting, i telephone 394-R. ington avenue. Ludington The regular meeting of the At ro11 call, each member re- I The conference will be at- ' Grange was postponed until! sponded by giving the name of j tended by delegates from high i Monday, Oct. 16. At this time,: a P 1 ^- , j schools and colleges in the dio- election of officers will be held! The feature of the meeting cese of Lansing, Saginaw and and all members are requested] wa , s _, a revie w, given by Mrs. Ar- I Grand Rapids. It is open in par- ; to be present. Mr. and Mrs. " old Sundholm, of "The Little | ticular to publication staffs and Louis HnwlPv W in ac t as host | Foxes' by Lillian Hellman. The advisers, but is arranged to in-, play is currently running on terest and inform those at-! ~* * * Broadway with Tallulah Bank- tending, regardless of whether! head in the major part. Mrs. they have publications or not.! Sundholm s presentation was i The meeting last March in ; interesting and much enjoyed j Grand Rapids attracted nearly' :-"•".-.-.-.-.-.-.%%-.-.-.-. * Stop Sniffling! Louis Hawley and hostess. Mrs. Fuller Is Feted At Gay Bridal Party bv the club. I At the close of the meeting,"a delicious tray luncheon was served to the 19 members pres- , ent, by the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Raymond Chadwick and! Miss Ethel Ber g- sister of Mrs - :rs. Dell Hailey were co- hos-! Bee be and a guest of the occasion, and Mrs. C. A. Peterson. Mrs. Dell Hailey were co- hos teses recently at a delightful GOO delegates. „ . , , - ; Robert Dahringer is chairman i of the transportation commit- j tee from St. Simon's school, j Corrinne Lay, editor of the Si- i Lovely fall flowers were used in decoration throughout the rooms - bridal shower in honor of Mrs. Florence Fuller, whose marriage will be an event of the near future. Pinochle was played during m b i ocate d on the the evening with Mrs. Ralph I noor of *he National Johnson, Mrs. Eric Johnson andj^f ?^ lri ?* t ^ ehl1 f?5}i 0 _ nal Mrs. Phillip Hartman winning! of Ludington^buildmg. high scores. Later, a delicious! third Bank about in the Fuller was the recipient Dutch East Indies " of a lovely collective gift. j stop and go vari-colored Those present were Mesdames I lights on a new electric range Hartman, Eric Johnson, Ralph show the intensity of heat. Johnson, Melburne Johnson, Ray Myers; the honoree, Mrs. Fuller, and the hostesses, Mrs. Chadwick and Mrs. Hailey.' DENTAL CLINIC IS REOPENED The Children's fund dental clinic has reopened for a six- month period, from Oct. 1, 1939, until April, 1940, it has been announced. The clinic, to be conducted as previously, is under the direction of Dr. R. E. Somers and Will Give Instruction in Knitting and Crocheting Beginning Saturday, October 14th. AJso orders taken for mittens. For particulars call 921-J. MRS. R. BEEBE. We Can Help You Check That Cold With Easy-to-Take Remedies. Cold.s that 'hang on' sometimes result in other serious sicknesses because they weaken the system and tear down resistance. We have many reliable remedies that will relieve your discomfort and kill your cglcl. © REXALL COLD TABLETS ® NOSE AND THROAT DROPS ® COUGH SYRUPS BRING PRESCRIPTIONS TO US We pride ourselves on our complete Drug Department, and we are never to busy to take care of your needs immediately. Oui drugs and chemic-als are ahvay fresh, you are always assured of Safe, reliable Compounding. I Snow's Drug Store THE REXALL STORE PHONE 36 TODAY'S SUGGESTION FOR PREVENTING FIRES Great Fires Were Small Fires First LMQST every outbreak of fire could be confined near the place if (he building were con- and protective de- ,in»talled. Consult your fire building rode for informa- i thii subject ON b«r8.1.4 GOLD LABEL ...THEN RELAX T HE frost isn't on the "punkins" yet, but the home fires feel pretty good these autumn evenings. Here's a suggestion—put on the old slippers, sit back in your easy chair, wiggle your toes, loosen your collar, relax—then open a bottle of that grand Goebel Gold Label Beer. You're bound to be friends for life! For your convenience . . . Goebel Gold Label Beer in 12-ounce export and steinie bottles, and in E-Z to carry 12 and 24. can cartons. You will also like Goebel draught. GOEBEL BREWING COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN SLOW BREWED FOR THAT TASTE YOU MISS IN OTHER BEERS THE NOFRfMIUMIN HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver &<<««<t%<<««>>>>X€«*X^^ Special Announcement SPECIAL SHOWING OF "PRINTZESS" COATS and SUITS FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR. Thursday Afternoon and Evening Only! A Special Representative Will Be Here For This Showing. THE FAMOUS "PRINTZESS" LINE IS PRICED FROM $19.85 AND UP. Remember-Thursday Afternoon and Evening Only! THE MARVEL SHOP 8 8 I V 1 V * * * V V V V V v< V V >I< 8 * & % ! & V g * $ I "Exclusive But Not Expensive." To be held in our New Basement Department. These Values are beyond comparison. Only a limited quantity—Come Early *and get your share of these Bargains! Men's Overalls Sanforized heavy weight Sizes 42-44-46-48-50 Men's Dress Suits Only $12.OO Real Buys! Sizes 37-39-40-46. Boys' Overalls 220 Weight Size 16 Only. BOYS' DRESS Suspenders ONLY Heavy Wool Knit Mittens Mixed Colors. CHILDREN'S All Leather Shoes 68 pr. Ladies! Here is what you have been looking for— We Are Offering a Large Group of NOVELTY SHOES AT ONLY LEATHERS * Suedes * Kids * Patents $1.45 BUY SEVERAL PAIRS! COLORS Blues * CIrecns * Browns * Blacks * LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Remnants AT Reduced Prices MEN'S Medium Weight Cotton Union Suits All Sizes. Look! Hinds Cream, small Drcne Shampoo, small Fitch's Shampoo, small Italian Balm, small Colgate's Shave Cream, .small Sc 8c 8c 8c 8c MEN'S Heavy Weight Overcoats ONLY See This Value Sizes 38-40-44-40. A Kound-Up Of Bargains for You! Women's Warm Flannelette Gowns Plain and fancy colors, all sizes Men's White Broadcloth Shirts All sanfor- ized shrunk. Sizes 151/2, 16,' 16 '/ 2 , 17. Fine Quality Turkish Towels Colored Stripe Centers and Borders. Size 17" by 29". ea. Buy a supply now! Misses' [Union Suits Sizes 4-6-14-16. P E N N E J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Incor LUDINGTO N, MICH. A . ., ''tf

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