The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 14, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Saturday, October 14, 1939
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f'AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, OCT. 14,1939. SOCIETY DOESN'T SHE BEAT THE BAND? IN BITIIL Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Joe E. Brown and ! • ! Martha Raye in "$1,000 A Touch- Ernst Lind Johnson, pianist, down" with Eric Blore, Susan ; organist and teacher, will pre- Hayward and John Hartley. Also i ; sent Miss Shirley Brodsky, 13- | selected short subjects. ! I- year-old daughter of Mr. and ' Mrs. Bernard Brodsky of Man- OSSAWALD CRUIMB TAPROOM istee, in a piano recital on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 15. at 3:30 o'clock at the Hotel Chippewa. i — Manistee. The Brodskys are | OLD HICKORY INN— former residents of Ludington. Miss Brodsky has appeared in recital at Chicago and at Lud- and The Boys. ington. At six years of age, she Dancing. Dancing to music by "Butch" : appeared at Lyon and Healy hall in Chicago, while under the IIAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— \ TODD-L-INN— Dancing. tutelage of Rose Lyon DuMoulin. | Dancing. Since coming to Michigan, Miss i Brodsky has studied with Mr. Johnson and has appeared in several studio recitals and at the age of 10 years, played a con- „.„,_„„. r , AI?riI , v . c certo in public in a joint recital i RAINBOW GARDENS— with four other students of Mr. | Roller skating ^ •Johnson's studio. ! * " The program of the recital at Manistee is as follows: Sonate, Opus 49, No. 2—Beethoven. Allegro, ma non troppo and Tempo di menuetto. Rondo, Opus 51, No. 1—Beethoven. Ecossaisses—Beethoven. Sonate in C—Haydn. Allegro con brio, Adagio and Allegro. Gipsy Rondo—Haydn. Valse, Opus 69, No. 1—Chopin. Mrs. F. Peterson Is Bible Class Hostess s A. mm is AT Elizabeth A. Olson To Marry on Nov. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olson of Ludington announce the,en- Miss Agnes Hansen. daughter gagernent of their daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Hans I. Hansen j Elizabeth Ann, to Arthur H. of 504'2 South Washington avenue, wa.s elected Student representative of the Sophomore cla*s on the student council at Evaaston Collegiate Institute recently, Miss nf the Wesley Hall dormitory Zoet of Grand Rapids. The wedding will occur on Thanksgiving day. The announcement was college at Muskegon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Dennis were dinner guests Monday evening at the home of Mr. Dennis' sister, Mrs. Mary Millwood at Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Harmon and family are occupying the house on the farm of the late John A. Carlson. Mrs. Antonius Schmergel Is expected to arrive home from Denmark in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Averill Harmon Sympathy Extended to Bereaved Parents CUSTER.—Custer friends of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cowell ,of Ludington were grieved Tuesday evening when they learned of the death of their two-months- old daughter, Alma Jean, who passed away following a short illness at Paulina Stearns hospital in Ludington. Although the baby weighed only three pounds made at a dinner party, given mnvprf Intn HIP hmi<M» Oil """y wcigiieu um moveci into tne nouse uu . ut..j.i, -i,. v, nr i hn Olson farm \ at P""i sne nad v_/uin;Ki<iue nioni>uuc jv.- . n.on „ „, r\~t c w •»» has been announcecd. *' 8 nh° S^^.^SLM™- at the junior college and has parti- i cipated in a .series of panel dis- ! aunt of whom Miss of bride-elect, with Olson makes her home. Decorations for the occasion were carried out in a sponsored by the De- scheme of red and white and , of Contemporary i an arrangement of roses centered the table. Cards were played during partment Thoucht. Students of the iunior college were also elected to served on the evening. committees which work in co-j operation with faculty committees for governing school activities. Approximately 155 students are enrolled in the school, which wa.s started in 1934. *Will Serve Supper Oct. 19 The Parent-Teacher' association of Foster school will sponsor | a pancake supper on Thursday evening, Oct. 19, at the school. I Pancakes and country sausage I will be served from 5:30 until ! 8:30 p m. Girls of the Eighth i grade will act as waitresses. There will be a nominal admittance charge. Proceeds of the Word has been : the appointment ! supper will be used to received of . the PT-A association of Vernon benefit Keiser.' 'son of Atty, and JMrs. I j^g Q^ fl^gg the John Olson farm, A new furnace has recently •been installed at the home of George Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and family are remaining for the winter and their children, Ardeth and Jerry, have entered Banner school. Mesdames George Ruby and Charles Allen and the Misses Betty and Ruth Ruby made a trip to Muskegon Wednesday. Betty and Ruth will leave Sunday, Oct. 15, to enter business college there. Fred L. Martin is expected Saturday from Grand Rapids to spend the week-end at home. G. H. Young for Townsend Club WALHALLA.—Walhalla Townsend club No. 1 met Oct. 11 with a splendid turnout. The speaker of the evening was G. H. Young whose topic was "Trail Blazers. 1 ; A Chinese auction was con- | ducted, also tickets on a quilt to . be awarded were sold. ' Luncheon was served by thc ! and death came as a great shock to the young parents and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green of Custer. Several Custer people attended the funeral in Ludington Thursday afternoon. Burial was made in Riverside cemetery, Custer. Special 50c Sunday Dinners Roast Chicken with Dressing Fried or Broiled Lake Trout Sugar Cured Baked Ham Tenderloin Steaks Choice of Menu Delicious Homemade Pies 35c Week-Day Plate Luncheons. ORIOLE CAFE The Berean Bible class of Washington Avenue Baptist church held their regular monthly business meeting re- Valsei Opus 64, No. 1—Chopin.'cently at the home of Mrs. Invention in F—Bach. iFred Peterson. 607 East Filer Invention in B Flat—Bach. ! street, with Mrs. Elmer Nelson Concerto in C Major—Mozart. I as co-hostess. Allegro Maestoso and Allegro ] Mrs. Fred Johnson, vice pres- vivace assai. . ident, presided over the busi- The orchestral score will be ! ness session during which the played at a second piano by Mr. j following officers were elected: Johnson. [President, Mrs. Erving Wells; The concert, which is open to ; vice president, Mrs" Leslie the public without charge, should j Modeweg; secretary-treasurer. Miss Ernestine Grant Here's Miss Ernestine Grant, beauteous drum major for the Texas college of Mines' football band. The College of Mines, situated at El Paso, Tex., a branch of the University of Texas, has higher art courses for girl students. ^ A If QI« QnniAf *r i ladies at the close of the evening. /\lldl COCieiy! Visitors were Mesdames Cath— * erine McCall. Mae Benson, Harry BANNER SCHOOL—The Altar Smith, P. S. Martin, Frank Ricky Gay Affair Honors Mrs. E. Sonerai n 4 . n . .! Honors Daughter Dorothy Runquist with Gay Party Mrs. John Asuma, 510 North prove of interest to music lovers. !Mrs. Irving. Johnson: assistant ' Lewis street, entertained re- Mrs. Edwin Sonerai. 110 North Robert street, entertained re- attend. *- After the election, a appreciation was given to the Everyone is cordially invited to i secretary-treasurer. Miss Caro- : centlv at a delightful evening • cemly in honor of her little -" —-' lyn Thompson; reporter. Mrs. affair, given in honor of Miss : daughter. Lois Evelyn, on the Oscar Johnson, and assistant Dorothy Rundquist. who will ' occasion of Lois' sixth birthday, reporter. Miss Anna Johnson, celebrate her birthday anni- , anniversary. vote of iVersary on Sunday. j During "the afternoon the: Pinochle was plaved during •children en loved a number of retiring officers, who are- Mrs f he evening with first prize ; a miuin° game.-,. Later, a de- Elmer Nelson, president; Mrs :bein £ won by Miss Helen. Pe- ! Hcious luncheon was served by Fred Johnson, vice president-' person and second by Miss Miss Josephine Spurgess, secre- : Margaret Gilbert, tary-treasurer and Miss Bertha', H ter m the evening a love- 'ly two-course luncheon was served, featuring a large birthday cake bearing pink lighted Mrs. Asuma was as- Pinochle Series Is Begun on Tuesday A. A. Keiser of 412 North Rath j avenue, to the position of student editor on "The Law Review publication of the Michigan State Bar association with j the assistance of members of; society of Sacred "Heart church ! and Hilda Mann and Mr. Thomp- the law sch9ol at the Univer- : held its October meeting at the son. all of Ludington; Jim Sulak sitv of Michigan. home of Mrs. Catherine Ott in ! of Branch and F. A. Coon of The appointments to student F ern. During the business meet-i Fountain. editor posts, made on the basis ing Mrs Harrv Martm was elect . | Th e ladies' auxiliary met Oct. of scholastic excellence, are ihe : ed president and Mrs. George 11, when they elected Mrs. highest honor which can De. Ru by vice president to fill thc Martha Gibson, reporter, and conferred upon a law student. , unexpired terms of the late Mrs. ' Bessie Campbell, secretary. The Mr. Keiber is a Junior in tne ; Joseph Ruba and Mrs. Frank i auxiliary plans a penny supper University Law school and is siadick Sr., who is ill. Plans were ; to be held Oct. 25 a resident at the Law club m , made for the annual chicken ~ Ann Arbor. dinner, which is to be held at Victory Community hall, Sunday, Oct. 15. A social hour was held in the late afternoon with refreshments served by the hostess, assisted by A series cf fall and winter Mrs. Myer. who was a guest for card parties, in thc form of a'the afternoon. tournament between Wash-: inston camp No 542, Royal'. _ Mr :. an , cl Mr ?' George Ruby cn- Tournament Will Begin on Wednesday Prescriptions And Remedies , Neighbors of America and mem-! tertamed with a family dinner ' secretary- The first of a series of pi- ;Lexen, assistant nochle parties, sponsored by .treasurer. Ludington aerie No. 1354, Fra- ! Mrs. Erving Wells read the ternal Order of Eagles, was story "Lydia: The Converted held on Tuesday evening at Business Woman" from the Eagles hall. A large attend- book "Woman Characters of ance, proof of the popularity ;the New Testament" ay Algot of these parties in recent years, iT. Lundholm. the hostess. Decorations were in a Halloween motif and cunning .-mail nut-cups were given as favors. L'ji.3 received a number cf lovely sifts fix-m her little friends. ber.s of the Ladies' Arbeiter soci- hon °r At the close of the meeting gf from hr Runquist, mother of Miss Rundquist was the re- of turned out for the event. and i A guest of the class at this i Snow. Misses Margaret Wood- '• - VIrs - R °ger Ewing. hv vfre" m i ng was Mrs ' Herman ! land. Alice Thomoson. Helen Paula Jean by Mrs. Olson. I Peterson, Margaret * i _ .. . -_ prize for the evening Those present were Janice Dee Hawley. Stephanie Hawley, Martha Jane Newberg, Freeman ^ivage Barb.ira Alo r i-a r t y. Leonard Snie&owisKi. Norman Olson. Norma Jean Gentcr, Mary Edith Ewing; tne honoree, Lois Sonerai; the hostess. Mrs. Sen-) ercal. and Mrs. Rav Gentcr and ' ond prize was won Carl Altrock and F. Hobson. At the conclusion of the jon \vas un- game, luncheon was served and an hour of dancing was enjoyed. The pinochle party series, an annual event sponsored by the Eagles organization, was repeated this year in response to .popular request. Gilbert, abl- j Catherine Hansen, Doris Olmstead and Helen Wagner. to "oe present. Realize Profit on Annual Supper Mrs. A. N. Kinney Entertains Circle Mrs. Arnold Young. 116 East Danaher street, was hostess re- The next I cently to members of the Ladies' Guests of Col. Fitch Enjoy Visit Here Fitch, Members of Mrs. Newberg'? party of the group will be held jAid of Bethany Lutheran church (Circle of The Community church to D on Tuesday evening, Oct. 24. I at the regular "meeting of the or- I were entertained Wednesday aft- ;ing * * * iganization jernoon at the home of M v .s A N iranc Church Men's Club i The meeting was opened with the singing of several hymns and | a prayer was given by Rev. John previous Kinney. Sixth .street. Col. Roscoe Conk-rrng chairman of the state tive committee of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, returned church 'to Detroit recently after spend- a few days at Fitch Hill ranch on US-10. While in Lud- Twehty juigton Mr. Fitch attended the y. Oct. ev. will began at an early date, it TuT ' rthda y anniversaries pi MISS Iris b"c-i announced -Henrietta Korn of Lansing ana The fir.*t "ame of the series , Arc , hic Woodworth of Ludington. wMi b" Dlived on Wednesday > and 1!1 compliment to their nn-poon ^ffrtina at 2 ?5 o'- ! dau " hter - Rlltn ' who wil1 lcave a u... noun, ruining at /.ID o snnn j n Pn tr>,- wmi-pli »->••.-•• clock in I.O.O.F. hall. Succe.s-: • soon l ° cnlci Hov * e1 ' sive ^arne.s will be played on the ! ~ first and third Wednesdays of. each month. I All members of the two com- ' pcting organizations are urged: to b f j present at the first game j Wednesday. Scouts of Troop 6 to Picnic Tuesday! Girl Scouts of Troop 6, Pere Marquette school, will meet Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 at the school, prepared to go to the Casweil cottage in Hamlin for supper. Each Scout should bring her | own supper, preferably some- j thing to cook in the fireplace, i They will be accompanied by ! Miss Luella Alter, captain, and j Miss Evelyn Carlson, lieuten- | ant. attention, the best members of the circle were pre.s-'special meeting of the Mason ent and guests of the occasion County Board of Supervisors, were Mrs. Paul H. Clark ind M'-.'- held on Monday evening, and William Blackburn of Iris Road participated in the general dis- A devotional service was led b cussion of the state welfare Is Entertained!?K nsen Af- TlinriAr Poffvi T ^ e minutes of the Hlt nuuo - -- • — ~j , ,, . £11 I/mild. 1 ally meeting were then read and re- Mrs. E. J. Cady. who re->.d an ac- act following the explanatory ! ports were given on the annual ! count of Frances Willard, idol address of Carlton H. Runci- Members of the Men's club of ! church supper, sponsored by the ' The Community church were en- j Aid on Tuesday evening. It was tertained Wednesday evening at! announced that a profit of ap- *•—* — •*—*•—•> *—*—*—*—* and ideal of temperance workers. man of Lowell, member of the \ who has been called "America's new State Social Welfare com- * Uncrowned Queen.' 1 .mission. Mr. Fitch was active in Lansing during the 1939 a dinner, arranged by members I proximately $150 was realized The afternoon was spent m ; «-' vc in L an^ng during of the Philathean circle, at the i and the motion was made to i sewing in d tentative plans were ^ssion ° f th <; Michigan legis- churchhouse. a part of the money in pavin°'! mac:e for the Public supper, to be , latin e m behalf of the dual Dinner was served at 6:30 p. th? balance of the Xidi pledge if^^^^the; ladies' auxi]-;^-up administration of so- autumn colors with bouquets of baby mone .y will be used in purchas- mums. After the dinner, Robert '"" """" ""' ' ' church. The rest of thel iarv of The Community church Wayt showed reels of outstanding colored motion ing silverware for church use. At the close of the meeting, delicious refreshments were the San "Francisco '"exposition' ! served bv Mrs. Carl Sellncr, Mrs. some time this fall. The ladies regretted the absence of Mrs. C. J. Peterson, a member of the circle, who re- security funds, provided in . the new law. Included in the party of ; suests of Col. Fitch were Mrs. Philip A. Callahan, Mrs. Wil- Homc made Super- * Creamed Ice Cream * For Keen Delight! ^ The smoothest, finest and I richest, put up in Nickel * Cups, Paddle Pops, Double ; Dip Cones, Pints and Quarts in choice flavores. * A Thrifty Dessert. ' LAGESEN'S f DANISH BAKERY | 605 S. Washington Avc. * Phone 755 I —*—#--*• -* - •*-*—#—•*--•* FOR TOMORROW'S MEMORIES When you choose a memorial, von arc crcatinc memories for all those who come aftor. Because of our long experience and skill we (hink we can help you In this important derision. LCI us explain to you thc many types of d?signs, the ways of Judging lasting quality—even though at the time you have no thoiiKht of making a memorial purchase. CHAS. C. CASWELL Always receive our most careful We use only quality of drtijrs with our careful aration you obtain best results. Have you tried a | Dagwood -1 Five-Decker Our prices reasonable. are very «" 5 Trusses for Ruptures. Single. double, steel spring and clastic. Children's Trusses. SAHLMARK'S PHARMACY Cellu Foods for Diebetics For the recipe watch BLONDIE daily in The Ludington Daily News Starting Monday, Oct. 16 , Boulder dam, the giant redwoods and scenic Utah. The pictures were taken by Mr. Wayt on a trip through the West this summer. At the conclusion of the program, badminton was played and a social hour was enjoyed. Members of the Philathean circle who arranged the dinner were Mrs. Frank Nagel, Mrs. Arthur Cross, Mrs. Myrle E. Tageson, Mrs. Robert Farrfer, Mrs. Harold Vanlngen, Mrs. O. C Zook, Miss Glidden Lemon, Miss Olive Conely, Miss Rosella Kraft and Miss Margaret Britten. The committee was headed by Mrs. E. QUmore Wynn as chairman * * # Ipiights Enjoy /SpeciaHMeeting;j ^Members of Pere Marquette Council No. 1492, Knigh£s of .Columbus, held a special open " etlng on Thursday evening .celebration of Columbus day. IB council was addressed .1 this occasion by Rev. F. 'Branlgan. vicar of St. Si- 'jS Catholic church, who laslzed in his talk the fact the determination and of Columbus should be <J to the solvinet of every!problems for greatest sue- to the evening, com, T , singing and pinochle «XiJpy(s4. It wa? decided a pinochle team to inter-club pinochle it. Sidney Young of Hart, Mrs. Harry Larsen, Mrs. Ralph Towers and Mrs. Morton Jensen. cently underwent an'operation , fr ,? d Sr 111 ^ 1 '! 1 !- 6 ^-? 11 ^ ty? sister, .^_^-i-Lr^ —— at Ta.ssavent hospital in Detroit.'^* ^ "*" u "'' u TP -*- 1 - -• - * ~- Legion Auxiliary to Meet on Monday The regular meeting of the ladies' auxiliary of Edwin H. Ewing post No. 76, American Legion, will be held on Monday evening, promptly at 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Mogens Larsen, 80G Melendy .street. Members are asked to bring their dues to the meeting, so that they may be handed in to the d's- trict secretary by delegates who attend the convention in Cadillac on Oct. 18. ..„.,, „, ^^^.^,, Elizabeth Fitch, all of De- ThVn"ex\"nie7u7ig7jf'th^Vircie ' ii" oit - , Whil e , in Ludington, will be held at the home cf Mrs. i they ., also , v .isited at thc home Fred Samuelson. West Loomis < ° f fMrs - Vu '" 11 A - Fitc h, 303 «tvr» jf ' ^ nr ^'* 1 T?n--\ni*t t-f 1-rtnt ; North Robert street. MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 WHEN FALL IS IN THE AIR IT'S TIME TO CARE About Your Hair! Lcok your best for all thc fall parties and activities. It costs so little to look 'better than nice' when you use our expert advice and service. PHONE 639 OUR PERMANENTS WILL PLEASE YOU The Marinello Shoppe 303 E. Ludington MAIIIE LE CLAJR COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Phone 639 A BAD COLD FREQUENTLY it is SAID a BAD COLD is due to a RUN-DOWN CONDITION. EXAMINATION of a lanje number of cases INDICATED the SO-CALLED HUN-DOWN CONDITIONS were DUE to SPINAL nerve pressure. Try my CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE FIRST next time YiOU HAVE A COLD. DR. C. A. PETERSON CHIROPRACTOR Corner of Loomis anil Harrison Office I'honr 495 Home Phone 735 • SCOTTVILLE: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Evenings • Magazines Newspapers Ludington Ave. Phone 11 KEEP AMERICA WHERE COLUMBUS FOUND IT Be Wise! Buy Our Goal and Save Our Quality Coal Is Always Dry, Always Fresh from the Mines and Shipped by Rail! WE ALSO SELL COKE. L. A. Hawley & Sons Phone 207 Some geologists claim that the American continent was once joined to the Old World — and drifted away. Now we hear in some quarters that America w inevitably drifting back to Europe — and into war. Not if we anchor ourselves solidly to the principles of Washington and Monroe. America will then stay right where Columbus found it NATIONAL BANK OF LUDINGTON We pay 1 j/2 % Interest on all Time Deposits ii ! V

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