|»AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1939. SOCIETY Forty Persons Enjoy Annual Club Banquet POST MEET OBI Local Amusements Post Welcomes Three New Members at Meeting Held at Wing School LYRIC THEATER Presents Bette Davis Miriam Hopkins in "The Maid" with George Brent. Old; OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Orchestra for dancing. OLD HICKORY INN Dancing. Three new members were voted and welcomed into membership in Leveaux post No. 2409, Veterans of Foreign Wars, at the organization's recent meeting, held on Monday evening at ] HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Wing school, East Ludington | avenue. Dancing. The new members are Sidney Smith Vanderpool of Freesoil.j TODD-L-INN Herman V. Sellner and Frank L. Dancing. T&, i fl Peters of Ludington. During the business meeting, plans were made to attend two RAINBOW GARDENS district meetings and a state ral- ! ly. It was announced that a| special pep meeting and in- j itiatory service will be held in ; Clare on Sunday. Oct. 22. The! Leveaux post ritual team will putj on the floor work. State Pow-Wow ,The annual state pow-wow. it was announced, will be held at the Hotel Olds in Lansing on Oct. 28 and 29. The program [ for this meeting includes the! council of administration meet- i ing on Saturday evening, Oct. 29. i Forty persons enjoyed the annual banquet of the Lake Shore Study club, held Tuesday evening at Victory townhall. Guests of the event were members of the club, their husbands and iheir , invited guests. i Tine hall was decorated with an "'lovely bouquets of fall flowers for the occasion and the autumn keynote was carried out in the decorations of the four Jong tables. Centering each cable ! was an arrangement of yellow j.squash, red apples, ears of corn j and bunches of grapes, heaped l upon a tray and encircled with I golden carrots with their fern'• like leaves. Tall tapers were i placed in clever holders made of i hollowed red apples. Tiny place- j cards marked each guest's place land varicolored napkins carried ;out the fall theme. Serving be- jgan at 7 p. m. j After the dinner, Mrs. Nels i Palmer announced the program. ! which was opened with an ad- dres.s of welcome by Mrs. Neil Mallory, club president, and n treasurer. Phillip Palmer, with much experience to his credit, led an interesting and educational discussion on taking pictures to sell and selling them to s\ ndicates and other markets. He gave many useful suggestions to those who wish to commercialize on their hobby. Mr.; Palmer ably recognizes good is frequently prints in i response by Capt. Palmer. At ' this time, Mrs. Mallory aiso thanked the Victory society, members of which prepared and I served the delicious chicken dinner. Community singing of a number ot old favorite songs was then enjoyed with Mrs. vViimd Hocking and Mrs. E. T. Morrison directing. Mrs. Jack Abranam- 'son, at tne piano, lurnisned music ior me songs. The .second selection on the program was an amusing reading, "Something About Base- bail," given by Mrs. Herman Timm, following which Mrs. Ida Snow gave a brief history of the club, troni the tune of its founding until the present. The nighlignt 01 the evening was the presentation of Jacoo Lunde's collection of original panoramas of Early L,udington. The pictures are illustrative of life in Ludington and of Hamlin and Lincoln lakes irom 1884 until 1900 and were painted by Mr. Lunde from irfemory. Mr. Lunde gave an interesting explanatory ia:k as he showed the paintings. At the conclusion of the program, Chinese checkers and I pinochle were played. Prizes in I pinochle were won by Mrs. Heri man Timm and J. L. Davis and prizes in checkers by Mrs. Arthur Cross and Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking. Other members of the party enjoyed a social hour. Committees to whom the success 01 the affair is due include the committee on arrangements, headed by Mrs. J. L. Davis: the I committee on decorations, in! cludina Mrs. Arthur Cross and j Miss Elizabeth Kloppman. and i the program committee, consist- 1 insi of Mrs. Nels Palmer. Mrs. E. T.'Morrison. Mrs. Wilfrid Hock; inj; and Mrs. Gail Owen. ,y. j£ \» i Factories nt Akron, O., absorb : about two-fifths of the world's ! production of crude rubber. Study Club Members Enjoy Two Reviews Members of the Ludington Study club enjoyed their regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Peter Madison, 301 North William street. Mrs. Robert Lunde presided over the meeting, in the absence of Mrs. Floyd Fitch, club president. A contribution of $5 wa^ voted to be given to the Hospital Building fund in the name of the club. At this time names were drawn for the organization's Christmas party and later, plans were made concerning the study of Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors," to be started at the next meeting and conducted by Mrs. Guy Hawley An interesting review of "The Old South" was given by Mrs. George Hollick, following which a well-composed report on "The New South" was given by Mrs. Arthur Dewey. After roll-call, the meeting was adjourned to meet on Oct. 31 at the home of Mrs. B. H. Jury, North Lakeshore drive. * * Five American presidents were school teachers in their early careers. Airplanes were first used in war by the Italians in the Tripoli campaign of T911. *—*—*•—*—* «—#—#•-*ORCHESTRA George Filer's MELODY MAKERS at OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM TONIGHT No Cover Charge. *—*—*—#—* The Ludington Camera club j h t , , has begun its second year, two | >S=™ toa i e followed by an officers-'school of i regular meetings having been j competition J " • - 'held in the club room at the, Three reels of motion pictures loaned by the Michigan State instructions and the pow-wow on Sunday. The district rally Camera Shop. After will be held on Nov. 5, at' Mus-1 mont , hs of inactivity, the four club kegon Heights. The auxiliary meeting, held simultaneously with the post meeting, was opened with a members are extremely enthusiastic over their During the first meeting, an effort to create greater Department of Conservation in in- torief business session conducted '• terest in the club and in pho- by the officers of the auxiliary i tography in general, an exact- A report on the recent rum- i in 8 system of credit by points mage sale was made a vote of' was worked out. The monthly thanks was, given to Johnson for the use of building for the sale. Mr.' print competition will be con- hj s I tinued as during the previous I year, with the exception that It was announced that an in- j tnere will be no material prizes, beconip vitation had been extended to! offered the winners of each 1 •* ucl - u -"the local auxiliary from the! month's contest. In their places. | fr o m Vh- e durat onal H,,,H, White Lake auxiliary at Monta-! credit in points will be given as j [L"rdn- and social features H,h „„= (•„ o)-f^,,^ M,,,;- !.:„_ I fnllnws- TTirct riri^P 1 flfl nnintc • Ldlnm & alla SOCml leatUieS. ClllO npw nrno . rqni were shown by Walter Schmock. new progiam. The movies of Michigan birds and wildlife, were most timely since tne bird hunting season opened Sunday. Oct. 15. Several new members have been added to last year's number. The Camera club heartily invites any person or group of persons, regardless of age. to visit a club meeting. Anyone a member. which has several advantages. Aside enter- Roller Skating AT Rainbow Gardens EVERY EVENING EXCEPT MONDAY SKATING FROIVL-8 TO IIP. M. SUNDAY MATINEE FROM 2 TO 4:30. PRICES—25c FOR THE EVENING, SUNDAY AFTERNOON. 15c. gue to attend their meeting on 1 follows: First prize, 100 points; Wednesday, Oct. 25 A potluck! second prize. 50 points and luncheon will be served followino i third prize. 25 points. At the the meeting. ° i end of the year, several grand members have access to a completely equipped darkroom. Anyone using the darkroom need buy only the chemicals Members of the local auxiliary i Prizes will be awarded to those! a nd naners tn wn-k- u-ith TV,* were also reminded of the having accumulated the great- ™ dt PfP 6 " J°J°(* *$%«,• TEp Seventh District rally, to be held j est number of points. ! ™m toctted ?n ^hl hnSmS? with the Wilbur Boyerpostat! To further stimulate interest of the Camera Sho- was earner Muskegon Heights on Sunday,I in competition and in club at- or donafed DV the club and n Send thl ™- el ' S ai ' e urged l ° j enda ° ce -1° P° intfS "'H* 3 iv , en i divrduals of the club las yeai^ attend this event,. for attendance at each regular ! a f lc t O f whirh thpv -II-P Ho-hV Card Shower meeting. However, for failure to : fully proud S ' The auxiliary voted to have a! attend, a penalty of 10 points' card Shower for Mrs. Esther.! will be charged 'against -a-mem- Hamp, who is seriously ill aiiber's record. If one is late the Grand Rapids. Members wish-1 penalty is 5 points. Opening ing to send cards may address time of the meetings is 7-30 p them to 924 Dorchester Ave. m S. W., Grand Rapids. During the social hour which followed the meeting, an experience party was held and each member told of her way of earning her money. It -was reported that the social netted | This system is to be inaugur- j ated at the beginning of the j next meeting, on Oct. 26, at I which time winners for this ; month's contest will be an- i nounced. The subject for com$21 for the auxiliary. A number of amusing games and contests were also enjoyed at this time. Later in the evening, the post | petition is "Human Interest," and prints are to be turned in not later than Tuesdav, Oct. 24. At the second meeting, the annual election of officers took DON'T FORGET OUR REGULAR THURSDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT Thursday. Oct. 19, At St. Simon's Auditorium at 8 p. m. Everybody Welcome. the D. A. V. coach for refreshment and a social hour. Luncheon was served from a long table decorated in Halloween colors. Mrs Cecil Bradshaw acted „,, chairman of the refreshment and Mrs. Ralph Bortell arranged the entertainment. # George Schmock, president; Walter Schmock, vice president, and Carmen Law, secretary- * i i i # i i * i! — # — # — it. — First Meeting to Be Held Friday The Parent-Teacher association of Eagle school will hold its first meeting of the school year on Friday, Oct. 20. The new of f icers, Donald For- planned. i man, president; Paul Johnson.! a -sj vice president; Miss Marian Van- i secretary and Warren treasurer, will be in! charge. j Refreshments will be served at j the close of the meeting by Mrs. j William Peterson and a program.- including a tap-dance by Miss; Eileen Gavigan. accompanied j by Miss Elma Jebavy, who will j also play solo selections, has been arranged by Bert Peterson.: Community HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Healed. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 Softly Feminine AND Always Alluring! Have A Russell Beauty Permanent! Permanentls WE ARE GIVING FREE FINGER WAVES AS COOKING SCHOOL GIFTS MRS. SAILOR HAS HER HAIR DONE THE RUSSELL BEAUTY WAY' Russell's Beauty Salon IN REAR OF CENTRAL SHOE STORE Phone 139 For Appointment The Flowers Used at the Cooking School COME FROM The Pere Marquette Floral Shop Flowers Are Given Away Each Dav As Gifts. WE SPECIALIZE IN WEDDING FLOWERS AND CORSAGES FRATERNAL EMBLEMS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION Also Beautiful Cut Flowers and Funeral Pieces FLOWERS MAKE BEAUTIFUL GIFTS FOR ANY OCCASION 'ere Marquette Floral Shop WE DELIVER Hne ' Phone 909 Sixth Street LUDINCTON BANKS WILL CLOSE AT NOON ON SATURDAYS BEGINNING NOVEMBER 4th, 1939. IT HAS BEEN FOUND NECESSARY TO TAKE THIS ACTION IN ORDER TO CONFORM TO "THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938," WHICH REQUIRES A MAXIMUM OF FORTY TWO (42) WORKING HOURS PER WEEK BEGINNING OCTOBER 24th, 1939, AND FORTY (40) HOURS BEGINNING OCTOBER 24th, 1940. IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT MOST BANKS IN MICHIGAN HAVE CLOSED AT NOON ON SATURDAYS FOR YEARS, LUDINGTON HAS COME TO THIS DECISION ONLY AFTER CAREFUL CONSIDERATION AND IN ORDER TO MEET THE LEGA! REQUIREMENTS ENACTED IN 1938. SATURDAY, NOV. 4th, 1939. SATURDAY, NOV. 4th, 1939. Ludington State .Bank National Bank of Ludington :• i i I :• I ] WHOLE FAMILY! Save time and energy right from the start! Buy coats for the whole family at Penney's! All the newest styles are here! Every coat is selected for style, warmth, durability! Stocks are fresh . . . complete . . . ready for you to see. Come right in and have first choice! Select them now—pay for them later! Simply make a small deposit and we'll hold your coats until you're ready for them. That way everybody from Dad and Mother to the Baby can have a new warm, winter coat —you'll scarcely miss the money if you use Penney's Lay-Away Plan! IN AUTUMN'S RICHEST COLORS Fall Coats 14 .75 The newest coats are here! Rough multi-colored tweeds and fleeces, with warm interlinings, rich rayon satin linings —in your favorite fall colors! Fine style details—many new fitted and belted models, boxy sports types. Sizes 12-20. Children's Navy Melton COAT and HAT Brass Dullons 2*98 Smart little styles with yoke backs, inverted pleats! Lined with warm red flannelette or navy rayon! Sizes 1-4. Toddler Legging, Hat, COAT SET All Wool £.90 Tweeds, fleeces, suede cloths in smartly tailored styles! Many with fur and velveteen trimmings. Sizes 1-4. Toddler Legging, Hal, COAT SET • Youthful Styles! • Dainty Trimmings! • Lovely Colors! 4-98 Imagine—a complete fall and winter outfit for this surprisingly low price! Beautifully tailored single and double-breasted styles. New fitted lines, stitched detail, pert little fur and velveteen collars! Sizes 1-4. TOWN-CLAD* Lightweight OVERCOATS 1975 Stop at Penney's for the complete story of fall fashion! It's an economical story, too—at Penney's Shown here is the favorite: The Ral-Raglan. Raglan shoulders, full drape back, semi-military collar —every inch a style champion! *Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. All Wool Plaid! Two- Tone Style! Boys' COATS 4.98 Heavy (32 oz.) all wool plaid with solid color trimming and sleeves! Neat sports back. Warm lining! Boys' Mackinaws $3.98 Heavy all wool! Slide fastener book pocket! Bright plaids with colorful Knit Trim• ming! Jackets $3.98 teen, Keep warm clear throu g h ! Heavy 24 oz. all wool, fully sateen lined! £ a \ i i P E N N E Y' S J . C. PENNEY COMPANY, Incorporated LUDINGTON, MICH.
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