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TWO 1'4 SOCIETY THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. ^Margaret E. Conklin Weds Lawrence Godin Operators Entertain for Mrs. S. Southwell I Arrange to Organize THURSDAY, OCT. 12,1939. . A quiet ceremony, performed |, Wednesday afternoon at 3 O'clock in the rectory of St. Sl- ^mon's Catholic church, united In marriage Miss Margaret E. Oonklln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conklin of Ludington, Route • ------ Godln, son Local Amusements 1, and Lawrence of Mr. and Mrs. William Godin of 311% North James street. The vows were Wad by Rev. Thomas Albin in the presence of the immediate relatives of the couple. ' The date, Oct. 11 was chosen as it marked the 65th wedding anniversary of the grandparents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. " William Saxton Sr. of Scott, vllle. Mrs. Saxton passed away two years ago. The bride was lovely in a princess gown of white satin, styled with a high neckline and long train inset with pan- eta of white lace. Panels of lace were set into the sleeves, which were long and drawn to a <point over the back of the hand. Tiny satin buttons lastened the back of the gown from neckline to waist. She wore a fingertip-length double veil, caught by a crown of orange blossoms. White sandals completed the costume and She carried white roses and white baby mums, tied with white satin and white tulle. Royal Blue Gown Miss Dorothy Conklin, her aster's only attendant, wore a princess gown of royal blue moire taffeta, fashioned with a brief jacket accented at the neckline with a rhinestone pin Youth Council Soon The October meeting of the Freesoil Woman's Christian Temperance union was held Tuesday Mrs. Sam Southwell, a recent I afternoon at the home of Mrs. it r)s\ «>n — l^A»<-t*m^3 u A A .»« i-l__ _ j _ Tvorl /"*/"**-\ii bride, was honored recently at a gay shower, given by the operators of the local branch of the Michigan Associated Telephone Fred Coon. Mrs. E. M. Stephens was chosen delegate from the Freesoil union to the state WCTU con- J.v**\-i LA&cin ^1OO*J\-1O,^GU i ClC^JilUllC • *-'*i u\j ui»^ u f«,tc »V W J. \J VUH~ company. The event was held ' vention to be held at Detroit on at the telephone office. ^" f 0 " "" ~" J "" At the close of a delightful so- LYRIC THEATER— Presents "No Place to Go" with Dennis Morgan, Gloria Dickson and Fred Stone; and "Bad Lands" with Robert Barrat, Addison Richards, Noah Beery Jr. and Douglas Walton. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. # * # cial evening, refreshments were served. Mrs. Southwell was the recipient of a collective gift. Those present were Mrs. Livingstone Sinclair, Mrs. Dorothy Cory, Mrs. Clara Greenwell, Misses Ann Kerley, Jessica Merryfield, Janice GeBott, Dorothy Semple, Jean Gatfield, Marie Stumph, Lorna Sartorius, Helen Samuelson. Catherine Grucela, relatives. Mrs. F. Callighan has re- . . turned to San Gabriel, Calif., after visiting at the Chester Cole home and with other relatives for three months. Time Schedules Mail, Rail, Boat and Bus Pere IM.irqucttc Passenger Trains Westbound, arrive 11:10 a. m. Dally, except Sundays Pere Marquette Carfcrries Lenve for Milwaukee. Wis. Arrive from The 'union discussed getting 'westbound, arriv'e" ."."?!""!?.'ii'i'o'a'; the moving picture, "The Pay Ellstboun ^ .. leave ......_....,w:so P. Off," to be shown in Freesoil. Mrs. William Tobey was appointed on committee to make arrangements for it. Mrs. Harvey Lydic was appointed to publicize the organization of a county YTC at the home of Miss Bernice Fitch on Wednesday evening, Oct. 18. Mrs. William Tobey, Mrs. Fred and daughter, Elaine, of Wiley were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schwass and family, •*su,A**k4\^AhjvsA J M \£t* uiit-i .11 ic \Jrl UUx-lct, *•**.«• »T *-i-iit*i*i A «juc,y, J.VJ.A o. pi CU. Grace Coolman, Carrie Seeba, ' Coon and Mrs. Harvey Lydic were Elzora Heyse and the honoree, jappointed to launch a drive for A/TI-C Rrmtv.i»an both memberships and honorary Mrs. Southwell. Misses Eleanor Yonkovit, Virginia Michaud and Bessie Selby were unable to be present. -* * Anniversary Dinner Is Enjoyed at Club A. J. Bosoms, president of the Wolverine Sportswear company, memberships. The question of changing meetings from Tuesday afternoon to Thursday evening, was discussed. Mrs. Lydic was appointed to arrange the November program. The Tuesday afternoon program, prepared by Mrs. Fred Coon, opened with community singing of "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name.' 1 Mrs. William Tobey read the highlights of the speech given by entertained^erWn~nf"VrT"pm ' ( Mrs - Ida B - wis e Smith at the poye5 Kday g eveninl with"£ ,' na . li °"al convention, the text sixth anniversary dinnerTin be "?| "Some Better Thing." honor of the firm's sixth year of ..^sYrSn aWet iSrade^an? -3 a. m., 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Milwaukee 2:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m., 6 p. m. Leave for Manltowoc, Wis 4 p. m., 3:30 a. m. Arrive from Manltowoc 3:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Leave for Kewaunee, Wis f -v m . Dally, Sundays Included Call dock office for dally Information. All boats carry automobiles. Bus Lines Leave for Muskegon, etc. ..8:30 a. in., 12:30 p. m., 4:15 p. m. Arrive from Muskegon. etc. ..10:50 a. m., 4:05 p. m., 7:35 p. m. Leave for Traverse City, etc 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc H.-59 a. m., 8 p. m. Dally, Sundays Included Leave for Baldwin 5-30 p m. Outgoing Mail Weekdays Southbound mail (mall truck)" closes 9:30 a. m. Eastbound mall (train) connecting with north and south trains closes a :3Q a. m. Southbound (mail bus) closes 2:30 p. m. Eastboujicl (bufi) connecting with north and south trains, oiaoca 4:30 p. m. ig mail Sundays (mall truck) 5 p. m. Incoming Mall Weekdays French School PT-A Program Is Given FRENCH SCHOOL, y- French school PT-A will meet at 8 p. m. Friday evening at the school when an especially interesting program is promised. Miss Evelyn Adams will show motion pictures of her European travels this summer and will describe the pictures. In addition a Columbus day song will be given by the children of the grammar room and an Armistice, day play presented bv , the school children. Story telling by the Schoffner will conclude ning. Miss Doris the eve- Fountain "Cobbler Jim.'' Mrs. Coon read entitled "The Drunk- Her sandals were white. carried talisman roses She and wore a coronet of white rosebuds in her hair. -Mr- Godin was attended by Edward Ackersville. Both men wore dark business suits with i white rosebuds as boutonnieres. . Mrs _V Conklin chose for her daughter's wedding an afternoon dress of plum silk crepe worn with black accessories and a corsat?i> O f talisman Miss Norma Schmock To Wed In November Mrs. Fred Schmock, 609 North Rowe street, entertained a group of friends and relatives Wednesday evening to announce the engagement of heri ——~ daughter, Norma, to Philip TVTpthndi^t Meilenheimer of Summit. The -M-eWlOQlSt After adjournment Mrs. Coon operation in Ludington. The employes met at the factory at 5:30 p. m. and motored to Hart Country club where they were served a delicious chicken dinner at 6:30 p. in. A feature i of the dinner was the serving of ! holri a huge birthday cake, decorated j £nhpv with roses and frosted in pink, y ' green and white. TUTn ««V.; J« c*«i, i After the. dinner. Mr. Bosoms MarClUQO SCHOOl was presented with an attractive „„ gift from the employes of his I.. When • the news went 6- Prom south (nmil truck) 7:30 n. m. | snhnr.1 Hl=ti-iof POeiTlS, From east (train) u : io a. m. J * district. Attending the Star ball game in Manistee Friday were Herman Kietzman and son, Gearhart, Bernard Wagner, Fred Reek, Clare Adams, Paul Schoenherr, Mike Budzynski and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gregory. Mrs. Arthur Zacherias of Flint came Saturday to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. A. P. Smith, and her brother, William Smith. Ford Borema who teaches at Paris is enjoying a week's vacation at his home because of the regular potato harvest in the southTmaTiVus) - K n ^ m - e ^ tmg «rl be home OI Mrs - William company. , When • the news „„,.„ (through the neighborhood that .o:45 n. m. p - m Incoming mail, Sundays (mail truck) ". 9:30 o. m. FROM SCOTTVILLE Pere Marquette Passenger Trains From enst. arrive 10:59 a. m. Bus Lines Leave for Traverse City, etc 11:15 a. m., 7:15 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Leave for Ludington 11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Ludington . .11:15 a. m.. 5:45 p. m., 7:15 p. m. Mrs. D. B. Rahilly came Friday from her home in Marcelona to spend the week-end with her parents. Other guests the James Kirkpatrick home . 8. were Dr. D. B. church services here Sunday morning. Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mrs. John Wilson and daughters, Jean and Joanne of Fern called at the V. H. Chancellor home Friday. Jones (Amber) Schoo 7 The Crystal Lake circle of Amber Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Nels Chilberg Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 4. The ladies worked on a quilt they are making and the hostess served a delicious lunch. Those present were Mesdames Charles Hansen, Walter Gowan, Harold Hansen, Percy Gordon, Claus Chilberg, George Chilberg, Margaret Gordon, Roy Pittard, Catherine Fredricks, John Borgh, Reinhart Anderson and Roy Chilberg and Nels Chilberg, hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Wuodrow Hackert of California who were visiting relatives here are now attending the World's fair at New York. Mrs. Roy Pittard visited her daughter, Mrs. Harold Hansen, Wednesday, Oct. 4. Miss Elna Hansen who attends Michigan State college, spent the week-end at her home in this district. .Panama canal traffic for the first seven months of 19S9, its 25th anniversary year, totaled a little more than $13,000,000. DINE and DANCE at the SILVER CAVE SATURDAY NIGHT Hear your favorite songs and dance music by the COWBOY STRING BAND Draught and Bottled Beer, Wine- and Soft Drinks. Sandwiches, lOc. Fish and French Fried Potatoes, 15c. No Cover or extra oharge. A social hour was then en- ' Ml \ an , d Mrs - William Brozzo i» MW^iCAJ. A**-* L41 VYO.O Lilt il til , , — , — -•--••*»•»• *-rt. **Jt-l£j\_/ | tJU lgUing.MU.il I joyed and the remainder of theii iad sold out their business to j Northbound man (man truck) i Bay. pvprnncr WQC cnonf i,-, rtanfir»T Mr. and Mrs. Skifstad. fnrmpr _ closes 7:30 a.m.! Mi evening was sent in dancing. Meisenheimer of Summit. marriage will take place in November. to and Mrs. Skifstad, former residents of Mason county, it I was a great disappointment to | many friends as they have been intimately associated in ; everything connected with the 'Pinochle. and bunco were The Epworth League of JnSr^S? ^"H^S roses. Mrs. Godin was attired high an< ? Mrs - H( In a black dress with black ac- Sr - low in bunco 4>OO0/\**1nn A*_ J _ ' *•"* C4>V • «jf*lin*m«rt 4-n*. played during the evening with Mrs. Walter Haberichter winning high score and Mrs. Carl Schmock low score in pinochle; Miss Marjorie Schmock winning high and Mrs. Herman Schmock a corsage of cessories and white roses. Fall Flowers Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held at ™ «°uple's new home at 422 North Robert street. Fan flowers, were used in decoration throughout the home and A delicious two-course luncheon was served at the small tables from a large serving table Bethany'Methodist-chur7h ^iZ^ * re '%%S£Si I & gj! hold ite regular supper and de-1 the best wishes of the com- votional service at 6 p. m. thi^imunity will go with them ™n evening at the church. (whatever they undertake. Best Rev. Edwardsen, who was un-j wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Skif- . able to be present at the lastistad are also extended meeting, will lead the service , - • " Mrs. Leonard Larsen this evening and "will speak on j Mr the t.onir "Fnir Plnv " • had Mr - ., and Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Kirkpatrick and son of Ludirg- ton and Zen Kirkpatrick of Mu.skegon. Mrs. Marshall Seitz has returned from a most enjoyable ,..- „ , two weeks trip with Mrs. Marian Baldwin 5:459 g' m i ^ ^ to Canada where they j outgoing' Man p ' ! visited relatives near Georgian! mail (nulll triinlrl i Bay. I Miss Kathleen Gregory and' •! ,., „.,, iss Phoebe Van Allsburg. fel-!'' Wesibound (train) closes ..10:^0 a. m. ' low teachers ill the I inhprirh ! Eastbound (train), connecting with'—' ' ' -- • i_.iuut.isii| north anci youtli trains. closes 12:40 p. in. Eastbound (bus), connecting with north and south trains. closes 5:30 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes 6 p. in. Incoming Mail From south (mail truct) 7:45 a. m. '• ,-,„ ?„;,,„,?., • "I ~A— '""' **" Arrives from east (train) 10:59 a. m. ! ' Irlen "S in town Saturday. , Arrives irom west (train) 1:02 p. m. i Mr. and Mrs. Ivan CorDP and Arrives from west (bus) 6:00 P . m. j children of Muskegon were! week-end visitors of their 1 mother,_Mrs. F. R. Stone and ;30 a. m. i _ lound mail (mail truck) r closes 9:15 a . m. in Muskegon vLsited at MLSS Gregory's home over the week-end. Mrs. William Lawrence who lives with her niece, Mrs Amos Horn in the Reek district, called IT'S WRAP UP i That means more vitamins are neces- 1 sary for the body to ward off colds anu disease—we nave a complete line. We would suggest having your family PHYSICIAN thoroughly check ihri family before winter sets in—then you would know the physical condition of each. REMEMBER—Every prescription is carefully compounded from fresh stocks. Center Riverton Johannah Talsma, who nd Mrs. Leonard Larsen Jonannan raisnia, who is the following supper employed at the Orpha Beauty I iimHnv !Wr?»c? Tr»V»v» TD~r.« ; srirtn in Rpnf fvillf> «roc T Cti,-,^*-,,, ! son, the topic "Fair Play. ; »«t*^ mi, luuuwmg supper < "" j ^«".'^>-< «i> me wi^/mi ocuui/y i _. As the regular choir practice guests Sunday, Mrs. John Rose- i sh °P in Scottville. was a Sunday j ,-. at 7:30 now - Jonn Rosenow Jr. and dinner guest of Rosella Silvis at ,...;„„ ~ii!Mr.S. Carol nnri \Ttirtol inn TJ,->C.O t.hp Pnnn-T.icHncr Hnmo i,a.Dies irom a large serving taoie AS the regular choir practice su«w> cmnaay, Mrs. John Rose- i sn °P m ocoiivme. was a Sunday decorated with a bouquet of fall I immediately follows, at 7:30 now - John Rosen ow Jr. and dinner guest of Rosella Silvis at flowers and also a lovely ar-lp. m., the devotional service all !Mrs - Caro1 ar >d Madeline Rose- the Paap-Listing home, rangement of giant golden dah-1 choir members are especially |" ow - Mr - an <? Mrs. George I Mr. and Mrs. Forest Wheeler lias from the Schmock garden, invited to attend the sunner anri ;±P wn . s and children, Ruth and i . The napkins were varicolored and were inscribed with the ,•— ""«"B"vrut me iiojne and i ttllu wcie inscrioeu wiin rnhfft C0n W « ai t served at two ' names of the couple in gold. / in white. The vith three-tiered weddrng cake Ped with figurines and a white bell Tall white tapers In crystal candelabra flanked V ~ jj j—"•""•• •"*«« uj uua vases added a color accent. The ?^t.° f *tnrl^t WaS mark dainty white nut-bas"les of which over miniature Pink and Gust Moline The the glft Q? Mrs - . Reception Guests °^ tne Deception were Mrs> Byron Conklin, .,, Mrs. William Godin WUlian Saxton Sr. of Scott-' "' ?, nd K Mrs - Edwin Mo- Barbara Moran, Mrs. Mr, and Mrs , Stephen God-' , Miss Lillian Pehrson Qladys Godin, Peter Donald Relnberg, Russell Nancv , , Mrs. Eric Tho'rne iuf^' te ?J:?i e ^SPtwn, Mr. and Mrs. Godin left on a short trip. For traveling, Mrs chose a tailleur oT dark green pin-striped wool. Identi- fSl'Jf 1 m a terl al with her hus- toand's suit, worn with Japonica ™ 'ani%iioesM.tao ««j _ i <**»f v ' i "^«* Those present were Mesdames Oliver Beaune, Frank Beaune, Herman Schmock Sr., Herman Schmock Jr., Carl Schmock, John Schmock, Arthur Lapham, Chester Meisenheimer, Philip Meisenheimer Sr., Myron DeLa- vergne, Walter Haberichter, Nazary Carto, Fred Weiss, Walter Ptaszenski, J. B. Robinette and Agnes Meador, Misses Marie Beaune, Marjorie Schmock and Marian Meisenheimer; the honoree, Miss Norma Schmock, and the hostess, Mrs Fred Schmock. * * # Miss A. McLaren Reviews New Book The Drama department of the Woman's Literary club held ifcs first meeting of the season on Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Robert Wayt, North James street. During the meeting it was decided that the club will be again represented as a unit in the Mason county hospital auxiliary. The feature of the afternoon was an intertaining and instructive review of Steinbeck's "Grapes of Wrath," given by Miss Agnes McLaren. Later, a delicious luncheon was served by the co-hostesses Mrs. Wayt and Mrs. Maurice Tallef- service. Make Appointments at Club Meeting 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Brozzo iand daughters were Sunday -» jguests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron "!'«• Mrs. Fred was secretary of the Freesoil ling at elected while _ Town-itroit with her - te stay- in De- daughter, Mar- — ^ ~- —~ ---v-.^.* ~^...* .LIWIU wjtii Her uau°iiier \iar- send club following, the resigns- igie, who underwent" an 'operation of Mrs. E. M. Stephens at a tion at Ford hospital last week meeting held at the Freesoil hall j Mrs. F. Callighan Marie and Tuesday evening. | Alice Hull were recent supper Four new names were added I guests of Mrs. Amy Inman £ei, m 7e b ar^e'' Sl TrI!i!'h^taTilniSW'SSS '8 6 ° 5 ««tt^"'"S?" '"' JiJflTiprV nnH "T'no TV»rtTMo«v**-J ha crtav\f fV»>*^« «.-„!.„ _.;„:*.: !J J.ClepliOn6 7*>O EAT LAGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, ROLLS and PASTRY ^ They are rich with Fresh "J 11 ! 1 Milk, Butter and Eggs. "Famous For Over 25 Years" LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY VAV '.•^v^v."A-«-jvA«jv.%vAVw.vyv son. corsage of accessories and a White roses. Mr. and ' Mrs lodln will be at home to their *<Mends at 422 North Robert street after Oct. 15. ^ uucil - t«. Godln is a graduate of llngton high school and has V emp . loyed m the office of Dahringer Bus Lines corn- Mr. Qodin, a graduate Simon's high school, is •yed with the K. L. Ash- ana Sons' company. Rose Circle Sponsors Party t St, Rose circle of St. Si- Church held a delightful arty on Tuesday afternoon DIBS Golden hall. ta'qJes or pinochle ttr0tprtee.be- ', Anna Ereon, s. Frank; Saputo ^8 liTtbiiirLorentz. of, the afternoon, L "$ served by ie , circle. At ! elllowcases r '1 award- II North certain m that ", M5?<»A» lait 100 -* * #According to anthropologists, the present typical American is acquiring the facial characteristics of the American Indian. New Under-arm * -ream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration and "The Townsend he spent three weeks visiting Plan." ' Mrs. Celia Hagstrom was appointed on the program committee. Mrs. Hagstrom resigned as head of the Auxiliary committee and Mrs. Henry Grinnel was appointed to fill the vacancy. Mrs. William Chopson and Mrs. Henry Gurnsey were aLso chosen to act on that committee. The program included two vocal solos_, "Saved by Grace" and "The Solid Rock" sung by Mrs. William Hagstrom. A reading "In Memory of Mr. Joe Hill was given by Mrs. E. V. Isen- bargar and piano and violin selections were presented by Mrs William Chopson and Henry Gurnsey. The club decided to open future meetings at 7:30 instead: of 8 o'clock. 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