The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 19, 1939 · Page 2
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 2

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 19, 1939
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1939. SOCIETY Antoinette M. Bnndza Marries John Puisis . F. FITCH IS Local Amusements Wesleyan Service Group to Inaugurate District Fall Rallies LYRIC THEATER— Presents Bette Davis and Miriam Hopkins in "The Old Maid" with George Brent, Donald Crisp. Jane Bryan and Louise Fazenda. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. Dancing. Mrs. Floyd Fitch and Miss Bar- , bara Fitch were hostesses recently to the members of the Wes- | leyan Service Guild of First Methodist church. The meeting was opened with a devotional .service, conducted by Miss Lei a Johnson. During the short business session, presided over by Mrs. Allen G. Robinson, plans were discussed for a fall rally of i Service Guilds in this district, j Due to the comparative newness i TODD-L-INN— of the guild organizations, there have never before been a large enough number of units to war- j — rant a rally. | RAINBOW GARDENS— An interesting review of the I first three chapters of the study i Roller Skating. book "Homeland Harvest" was ' given by Miss Viola Mallory. ' These chapters concerned the; organization and hardships ot' the early missions. Reports on the Northwestern I branch meeting of Foreign and '. Home Missionary societies, held | in Grand Rapids recently, were given by several members of the guild, who had attended. A report on the lecture given by Dr. Walter H. Judd, regarding the Sino-Japanese issue, was made by Mrs. M. H. Kelly. The members of the group then entered into a discussion on the subject of the importation of raw sik, 73 percent of which is made into silk hose, from Japan. Masses of pastel gladioli and white chrysanthemums, banked against the altar at St. Jerome's Catholic church at Scottville. formed a lovely setting on Saturday morning a't 10 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Antoinette Marie Bundza, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bundza of Victory and John Puisis. son of Mr. raid Mrs. Casimer Puisis of Custer. Rev. Gordon Grant conducted the service in the presence of a iumber of friends and relatives of the couple. Miss Nancy Zylius of Chicago attended the bride as ma;d of honor, while Miss Alice Subaitis of Ludington and Miss Pauline Ealnaitis of Chicago, cou.sins of the. bride, attended her as orides- mairis. Mr. Puisis wa.s attended by Michael Bundza Jr.. orother long leg-p'-mutton sleeves and a court train. Her long double veil of silk net was edged in lace and was caught with a pearl uara. Her flowers were white roses and feverfew, tied with white satin into an arm bouquet. Miss Zylius, as maid of honor, was attired in a floor-'ength gown of deep rose taffeta, .styled with a semi-full .skirt. She wore D brief veil of rose .silk net and carried pink carnations and feverfew tied with pink ribbons. Miss Subaitis chose a floor- length gown of aqua bine taffeta, worn with n brief veil of aqua net. Her flowers were pink car- ' nations and feverfew, tied with ; blue ribbons. Miss Balnaitis ; wore a similar gown and also car- : ried carnations and feverfew, j tied with blue ribbons. i Hold Reception ! After the ceremony a reception ! for 85 guests was held at Victory : townhall. The room was decorated for the occasion in shades ! of deep rose and aqua blue. Re- i fre.shments were served from a j long table centered with .a five- ' tiered wedding cake. Later, c'anrng was enjoyed. Mrs. Firsis attended schools in Chicago and in Ludington and is a graduate of the Vanity Beauty Culture school of Muskegon, of the class of 1936. Mr. Puisis attended Custer high school. Mr. and Mrs. Puisis will make their home in Muskegon, where Mr. Puisis is employed at the Norge corporation. i -x- #• -» | In the first six months of i 1939 the average speed of freight \ trains was the"highest on record,; being G4.1 percent greater than in the corresponding period in 1920. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR • SALT • SUNDRIES • PAPER BAGS • WRAPPING PAPER • GUM • TAPE • TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY STEVE CODIN Wholesale Only fr ?r vr ! Army to Conduct j Special Service; Brigadier Hei-bert Pugmire, i divisional commander of Salva- i tion Army activity for Western \ Michigan, with his assistant, j Major H. Booth, will conduct a: special service in The Salvation Army hall. 106 South Rath avenue, tonight at 8 o'clock. ; Having spent 25 years as an Army officer Brigadier Pugmire is enabled to speak from varied and valuable experiences, hav-1 The local i ing given service in Canada, ; ! of the bride, as groomsman and .Adam Balavitch of Hart and jChar:es Guditis of Chicago j.'-.ervcd as ushers. : The wedding party entered the church to the music of the traditional "Wedding March" from , i Warner's "Lohengrin. 1 ' I " White Satin j The bride was charming in a i wedding cosfime of white satin ;and lace, fashioned in princess I style with a Queen Anne collar. RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Oct. 21, First M. E. Church Basement Open at 9 a. m. jy..— -y. — -vi- guild went on record as favoring the buying of hose made from American' materials. The guild also voted to send a resolution co that 'effect to the meeting of he National Women's Foreign Missionary society, to be heid at | sioner E."l. Pugmire.~~in Pasadena, Calif., on Oct. 25-30. of the army work in 11 Following the discussion, the ! meeting was adjourned and deii- | clous refreshments were served i by the hostesses. | Two new members, welcomed I (Please turn to Page 5. Column 3) | -# *- England and the United States. He is a third generation Salvationist, his oar-ents having been leading officers and chief as- , sistants to the Founder. William : Booth. His brother is Commis- charge central t states, with office in Chicago. ' Major Booth was one of the i Salvation Army officers direct- '• i ing war work in France during ! the World war, and is directly , ! interested and responsible for ! young people's work in the ar- I my. : I Both have visited Ludington I several times. They will speak in I the service tonight, to which ! the public is cordially invited. j There will be special music and , singing. t ^ %. .Y.^_ Enjoy Meeting Mrs. Arne Soli Honors Small Son at Birthday Party Mrs. Arne Soli, 801 East Filer street, was hostess Monday af- i ternoon at a gay children's par- 1 ty, given in celebration of the | fourth birthday anniversary of j her son, Danny. The children played with toys j during the afternoon and later,, Mrs Frank Linden au. 304 East a delicious luncheon was served • Filer street> was hostess recently toy the hostess. The table was to memb ers of the Ladies' Ar- decorated in Hallowe'en colors . hpiTer sn riptv at trip rpo-niir and centered with a large birth- | S^fS"^^^"* 1 day cake bearing four yellow I After ° a short business meet- candles. Clever pumpkins filled ; io . D inochle and bunco were with candy and amusing paper | feed Mr? OtSf Peter on win hats were given the little guests j £ igh score in pinocnle witn M rs. as xavors. j Arthur Lorentz winning second, Those present were Tommy > an d Mrs. Gustave Affolter. low. Soli, Bobby Lange, Kenneth, | w hile first prize in bunco was Welbes, Jerrv Nerheim, Freddy. won by Mrs. Mirande and low by Wrede, Bobby Hannah. Bruce j MI-S. John Gavan. Benson, Arlene Soli and the j At the close of the afternoon, honor guest, Danny Soli. Also , delicious refreshments were attending were Mrs. Harold i serv ed by the hostess Lange, Mrs. Andrew Welbes; I The next meeting of the so- Trade With Dave And Save Every Week In The Year •both grandmothers of the honoree, Mrs. Dan Soli and Mrs. Thomas Zolka, and the hostess, Mrs. Arne Soli. ciety will be held on Oct. 26 at the home of Mrs. Theodore Dubrish, 801 North Rath avenue. THIS IS NATIONAL RETAIL GROCERS WEEK We Feature Quality Groceries And Meats At All Times! Our Constant Desire Is To Serve Our Patrons Honestly and Efficiently With Good Merchandise MASTEN FOOD STORE 510 N. ROWE STREET PHONE 727 ROASTLD PEANUTS, 1—5c BABY RUTH CANDY BAR, 1—5c BUTTER FIN'GER CANDY BAR, SUGAR, KARO SYRUP, MATCHES, SUPER SUDS, blue pkg BLACK PEPPER, Armour's K. C. BAKING POWDER, .' K. C. BAKING POWDLR, CORN, whole kernel, CORN, Golden Bantam, cream style, TOMATOES, CAMPBELL'S SOUPS, most varieties, EGG NOODLES, JIORLICK'S MALTED MILK, POST BRAN FLAKES, HUSKIES, WHEATIES, Ibs. lb. bag boxes 5c >9c 29c 19c for lb. cans 02. can 50 oz. can cans cans for can GERBER'S BABY FOOD, GERBER'S BABY CEREAL, pkg. cans DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE, sliced or crushed, can PORK and BEANS, 2 No. 2'-2 cans VV.". NEXT WEEK IS NATIONAL POTTED MEATS, POTTED MEATS, 2 large cans 3 small cans MEATS PHARMACY * WEEK* Not Measured In Terms of MONEY £1 scription filled here! The trust you place in us in filling prescriptions has no dollar and cents value. It is .something priceless, which we endeavor to earn at all times. This is an appropriate time to again pledge that only quality ingre clients, compounded by experienced -. pharmacists, shall ever go into a pre- '•" OYSTERS, solid pack pint CHICKENS, fresh dressed lb. LAMB ROAST, yearling shoulder lb. FRESH SIDE PORK, any size piece lb. LAMB CHOPS, yearling rib or loin, PORK ROAST, center cut PORK LIVER, sliced LARGE BOLOGNA, sliced SLICED BACON, first cuts ib. LEG O' LAMB, . 4 yearling, jb. JL A /U lb. lb. Ibs. GIBBS' MARKET PHONE 66 We Cut The Price But Not The Quality FIRST TIME IN HISTORY . . . Every passenger lire in Wards mammoth stock reduced for this CREATES" 1 " sale ! The best opportunity ever to buy the size, kind and quality tire you need at lowest pricesl by "Large Discounts" others may quote! Wards discounts " " - or special conditions! Com pare price you pay, quality for quality! Pay less at Wards! REDUCED FOR WARD WEEK! FIRST QUALITY RINGLESS CHIFFONS 49c Hose/ Reduced for America's Great Sale! pr. "Sensational savings" announce Ward Week sale banners! Sensational savings say thousands of price-wise women who know they can't match these values anywhere else! Guaranteed flawless silk chiffons, full-fashioned, perfect! Also service weight at this amazing sale price! END OF WAKD WEEK VALUE! $25 More Elsewhere I Club Style Living Room 4904 Sofa and Chair Beauty, comfort, and a low Ward Week price I Wide arms —carved wood panelling! Rayon and cotton Velvet cover I $5 A MONTH, Down Payment, ' Carrying Charge. FOR WARD WEEK ONLY! Big Coal-Wood Circulator Ileatts Up to 5 Rooms 20" Cat-Iron Fir9pot I You'd pay up to $25 more elsewhere! Has large heat-holding cast-iron dome I Fully porce- lained all over except backl S5 MONTHLY. DOWN PAYMENT, Carrying Charge REDUCED FOR WARD WEEK! Big Family Size J8-Ga/. Deluxe Washer 43 95 $4 A MONTH, Down Payment, Carrying Charge Worth $70! Bonderized! Lovell wringer, Selective Pressure! With Drain Pump S^ 8 - 95 With Gas Engine |JU*«.O5 FOR WARD WEEK ONLY! Compare with $175 Paints! Coverall House Paint per gallon In S-gal. loti 1 34 An unbelievable price for a fine house paint I Try Coverall— see for yourself what a great paint it is! Gal. covers 375 sq. ft., 2 coats. Save in Ward Week! Regular $1.19 Streamlined Lunch Kit 97" Includes Wards finest pint vacuum bottle. Get yours now while quantities last! Save! Price Cut I 12-Month Battery $2.77 exch. Compare with $6.95 batteries! 39 plates. Sturdy, dependable, but low-priced! Sale price! 29c Corn Broom A sturdy broom that will give good service! 4-sewed for extra strength! Plain handle! Hurry! Price Cut Over 30% I Spark Plugs I Vz-lnch Insulating Board 3 .* 4 sq.ft. The ideal board for lining attics, garages or basements. Deadens sound— keeps heat in I Hardwood _ . Closet Seat Single Barrel Shotgun 6 77 27c Wards famous Hercules in any gauge! Automatic ejector — proof'tested barrel! Compare I .** Tested Range ' Boiler $1.88 $5.87 "Supreme Quality" — millions sold at 45c! Knife-edge spark gap gives a quick, sure start! Triple-Celluloid sprayed whiU hardwood seat. Solid brass hinge is heavily chrome plated. Heavy copper - bearing steel heavily galvanized inside and out. Electro-welded seams. W8$&$$^£^iX. WAR 103-109 E. Ludington Avenue Telephone 158 \

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