The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 20, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 20, 1939
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SOCIETY Local Amusements Members of the Mason County I Garden club met on Thursday) afternoon at the summer home A new Youth Temperance council of Mason county was 'organized on Wednesday eve. ining at the home of Miss Ber- TVRir THFATFR tnice Fitch. 322 North Rowe LYRIC THEATER ; street. This council is one of Presents Joel MeCrea and Bren-ja l"|e "umber of: similar or- da Marshall in "Espionage Michigan whicn include both young men and women in their OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM of Mrs. J. L. Boone at Hamlin lake As this occasion was the final meeting of the active sea- 1 _ son for 1939 election of of- OLD HICK ORY INN fleers was held. The business meeting, presided by Mrs. Boone, retiring president, was opened with the reading of a number of letters from the state officers of the Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan organization, who expressed their appreciation of the hospitality shown them by the local club during the conservation conference in September. The final year's reports were given by the officers of the club, after which Mrs. Boone expressed her appreciation of the cooperation she had been given by h£r associates during her incumbency. I The members of the local Garden club voted unanimously to notify the Mason County Hospital board of their willingness to co-operate when the time comes that they will be able to assist in landscaping about the new building. At the conclusion of the business session, election of officers were held. Those who will form the executive group next year are: President, Mrs. A. E. Johnson; vice president, Mrs. Guy Hawley; treasurer, Mrs. Jacob Lunde and secretary, Mrs. Charles Forslind. Dancing. Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS Roller skating. i work. j The object of the temper- j ance council, Miss Fitch explained, is to' unite the young men and women of the community for the promotion of total abstinence, purity, prohibition and law observance. A study course is a part of the work covered during the year and a certificate and diploma is awarded by the state general secretary to each person completing a book or books. The council carries on its work through various departments, to be appointed in the local organization at its next meeting. During the business session at the recent meeting, it was {decided to formally entitle the ! society the Helen L. Byrnes Youth Temperance council in memory of Helen L. Byrnes, the late national general secre- j tary, a woman greatly loved jby the young people with whom she came in contact. The Colors of the organization are royal blue and white, the The regular meeting of the flower is the carnation the Young People of Bethany i motto "No Good Thing Is Lutheran church was held on! Failure: No Evil Thin^ Sun- Tuesday evening in the church ! ness" and the battle crv "We •parlors. In the absence of j Fight Beverage Alcohol." ' the president, Earl Jensen. Ed- i Meetings of the local council ward Larson, vice president, j will be held on the second presided over the meeting. Monday of each month A The evening was begun with membership drive will be spon- a scripture reading and prayer I sored at an early date, it was by Rev. John Christensen. fol- | announced. All young people PT-A Pancake Supper Is A Great Success Two hundred persons were served, it was estimated, at a delicious pancake supper, sponsored by the Parent-Teacher association of Foster school at the school building Thursday evening. Pancakes and country sausage were served between the hours of 5:30 p. m. and 8:30 p. m. by girls of the Eighth grade class. The event, proceeds of which will be used in projects of the Foster PT-A. was described by its sponsors as being most successful. Members of the association 1 wish to expresse their apprecia- I tion to the local merchants who made the event possible, to the mothers who assisted in preparation of the supper and espe- | cially to the girls who acted as ! waitresses. , one of the most important documents of its kind in this I age. The chapter reviewed by Mrs. Eddy concerned missionary activities in Africa and China and the importance of the work in each field. -it- at fiL ii i «.u «. „ lowed by a short business i between the ages of 14 and 30 At the close of the afternoon, meetine. It-. was armminnprt vpars a,- P piio-ihiP — — „,. „.„ •----• inccuiiig. it was announced tea was served by a committee that the Young People of Man- including Mrs Maty E. Tuller.listee and of Muskegon have Mrs. A. E. Johnson, Mrs. J. N., acc epted the local Bethany Taggert,Jtfrs. H. H. Hawley, Mrs. | Lutheran group's invitation to C. C. Caswell, Mrs. C. W. Perry j meet at Ludington on Sunday and Mrs. Florence Huff. Mrs. afternoon, Oct 22 Tuller presided at the tea urn. The next meeting of the garden club will be held on the last Thursday in March, 1940. * # * Teachers Are Hosts At Gay Reception Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Richard- Eon, whose marriage occurred last June, were honor guests at a delightful reception, held on Wednesday afternoon at Pere Marquette schbol. Mr. Richard- An interesting program, arranged by Miss Dorothy Lund and Earl Jensen, was opened with the singing of a hymn. The first musical selection on years are eligible. Officers elected for the new council are: President. Miss Bernice Fitch of Ludington; vice president, Miss Doris Cornstock of Ludington: corresponding secretary. Miss Ethel Fitch of Ludington: recording secretary, 4 Miss Beverly Rayle of Freesoil. and treasurer Bruce Amick of Ludington. At the close of the evening, Miss S. Buchanan ' Is Bridge Hostess Miss Sarah Buchanan, 502 North Rath avenue, entertained at bridge Thursday evening for a group of her friends. After the theater, the group gathered at the Buchanan home, where two tables of bridge were played. High scores lor the evening were won by Miss Dorothy PreFontaine, Miss Jean Durham and Miss Dorothy Meers. Later in the evening, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her mother Mrs. R. C. Buchanan. Those present were Misses PreFontaine, Durham, Meers Genevieve Gustafson, Phyllis Swarthout, Noel Zook and the hostess. Miss Buchanan Troop 6 Scouts Enjoy Supper Members of Girl Scout troop j 6 of Pere Marquette school en- I joyed supper at the Caswell i cottage at Hamlin lake on Tuesday evening. i The troop assembled after •school and were taken in cars •to the cottage. The Scouts cooked their supper in the fire- j place at the cottage and later i enjoyed a social evening and the singing of Seoul songs. Those present, were the'lead- ers, Miss Luella Alter, captain, Miss Evelyn Carlson, lieutenant, and Scouts Constance Ny- dosky, Betty Jeppesen. Evelyn Holmes, Virginia Saxton, Patsy jLarsen, Betty Lou Larsen. Lois Christoffersen, Dorothy Carlson, Ethel Peterson, Rosemary Kazmierski, Dolores Jensen, Leatrice Wigren, Phyllis Bashaw and Julia Jensen. other injuries from an automobile accident, which has hindered her departure^ Major Prizes Awarded Mr. and Mrs. Fay LaGuire arid irnnnn,,7*~^~Z, -.-,,» n son, Dart, and Ross Bennett and mgton^S?? Lagesen's' Danson, James, were Sunday after-1 ish bakery, Ludington Baking noon visitors at the home of C o., Cicy bakery and Blue Rib- Mr, and Mrs. George LaGuire bon bakery, all four having of Ludington. contributed prizes in the form Mrs. Douglas Heckman return- of cup cakes, fried cakes, cof- ed Sunday evening from a three fee cakes and loaves of bread, weeks visit with relatives in Fort I The prizes comprising several Wayne, Ind. The bird season opened here with a loss to Clifford Tubbs, when two fine turkeys belonging to him were shot. The birds were some distance from home. Annual Aid Supper Is Well Attended I MAJOR SCHOOL?—The annual ; chicken supper held Wednesday i at the home of Mr. and Mr.s. Harry Wilson, sponsored by the ... -„. , _ , i Ladies' Aid society of Fern was i Mr ?- clv , de Bush - Irma iwell attended with a continuous l" 6 ^ G1 . advs Gustafson, patronage of guest* from before ' H - CT - dozen articles in all, were enthusiastically received. List Winners Winners of this morning's daily awards were: Elsie Fitch, Mrs. Peter Carlson, Mrs. Frank Miller, Mrs. Elmer Thompson, Mrs. B. Deal, Mrs. Albert Schultz, Mrs. Martha Chard, Mrs. F. Zogott, Mrs. J. F. Sniegowski, Mrs. C. Coleman, Emma Ehrenberg. Mrs. Sam Semple. Mrs. Mary Cabot. Mrs. Edwin Wright, Mrs. Charles Almquist, Mrs. Geo. Murray, Mrs. Ernest Beebe, Ken- Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. Carl J. :5:30 p. m. when serving started : Christensen. Mrs. Clausen, Mrs. ...,*;i n «'„!.. _»- --.i_ _ •. . , 1,1 inn Snnilminrr T\/frc dar\a Women's Society stock;; "o'f'LudTnitonT"' corre-1 Meets at Home of Mrs. P. Mulder Mr. Davis Honoree at Birthday Party FREESOIL,— Walter D.u'is \va.s honoree Saturday evening at a surprise birthday party at his home. A happy evening was spent playing checkers, telling for- tmu'.s, and vi.siting. Walter received many gifts and a delightful collective luncheon was .served, a feature being a lovely birthday cake made by Mrs. Celia Hagstrom. GuesU-j included Walter Davis. honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nash, Mr. and Mr.s. Sidney Vanderpool. Mr. and Mrs." Henry Grinnell, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chopson. Mr. and Mrs. Fay La- Guire. Me.sdame.s Edward Crawford. L. L. Stanley. Alice Cole. Celia Hag.strom, Marian Seitz and Mr.s. Walter Davis, hostess, i IIIOL. uiuaictu seiccuon on ** b i*ut (the- program was a trumpet delicious refreshments were i solo, played by Harvey Thomp- served by the hostess. Appoint- Cfin Q n rl r\ r»nr\ w* v»it m i ** r3 * !**•.. ^T rvi em t- r- -f/-.*. •*-!_,-, i i_ _ _ son and accompanied- by Nor- irnan Thompson. I The feature of the program jwas a talk by Miss Gertrude Eastman, who chose as her topic "A Review of Excerpts from America," based on the book by Dorothy Thomoson called "Let the Records Speak " The book. Miss Eastman stated, stresses tolerance and respect °f all races, religions and son" Is pVfncfpaTof The""school, ijrl^l 8 and t . heir contributions while Mrs. Richardson was in- I £°. th £ American way of life. structorintheThirdzradeofthelM 18 ? Eastman spoke of Ameri- exemphfied in the ments for the luncheon were carried out in a ' Hallowe'en motif. A number of oung . structor in the Third grade of the school last year. Other special guests of the function were the school's two new teachers, Miss Inez Huddlestun and Miss Iva Thomson and Superintendent and Mrs. H. H. Hawley- Refreshments were served from a table decorated in autumn colors and centered with a lovely bouquet of bronze chrysanthemums, flanked by yellow tapers in crystal holders. A collective gift was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Hosts of the affair included all teachers who taught at the school during the past year: John Heikkila, Mrs. Thyra Thomsen, Mrs. Ernest Beebe and Misses Madge Herbison, Evelyn Voss, Frances Paine, Luella Alter, Ruth Lamos and Gertrude Eastman # # # Mrs. R. Schmidt Is Hostess to Circle Members Mrs. Reinhold Schmidt was hostess Thursday afternoon to the members of Circle 3 of St. John's Lutheran church, at the regular meeting of the group, held at her home on North Rowe street. A pleasant afternoon was spent socially and in playing airplane bunco. Mrs. William Mueckler won high score in bunco, Mrs. Frederic Hansen second and Mrs. Walter Klaft low. At the close of the afternoon, a delicious luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs- Aivin Schmidt. At this time, Mrs. Frederic Hansen was welcomed into the circle as a new member. Members present included Mesdames Mueckler, Hansen, Klaft, George Dorrell, Pat Peterson, Caroline Rohrmoser, Vincent Duplessis, James Matson, William Opitz, Arnold Koegler , and the hostess, Mrs. Schmidt. 1 ' Mrs, Alvin Schmidt was a guest jf the circle. Ehe November meeting will be eld at the home of Mrs. William Oplt. of the beloved Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heinck. The program was concluded with the playing of a piano accordion solo "Connecticut March" by Miss Ruth M. Anderson. Delicious refreshments were served by Miss Janice GeBott Miss Myrtle Anderson, Miss Margaret Rasmussen and John Knudsen. -* * * Morris Employes Are Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Earner, 318 North Harrison street, entertained the personnel of the local Morris store at a 7 o'clock dinner, held at the Earner home on Thursday evening. After the dinner, the evening was spent in singing old fashioned songs arid in playing pinochle. First prize in the game The word alphabet is derived was won by Jack Wheeler and from the first two letters of the low by Miss Carol Conrad, Greek alphabet, Alpha and Beta people from Freesoil and" Lud' ington were present. The next meeting of the council will be held on Monday evening, Nov. 13, at Freesoil. Sodality to Sponsor Gay Carnival Oct. 25 The Sodality of St. Simon's high school wul .sponsor a carnival on Oct. 25 at 7:30 p. m. in the school auditorium for the purpose of raising funds to send delegates to the Summer School of Catholic Action in Detroit, it has been announced. Arrangements are being completed for the event by a social committee headed by co-chairmen Alyce Ereon and Richard Kennedy, who promise a delightful evening for all who attend. The leading concessions will include fish ponds, a spinning wheel, a cane rack, a novelty stand, side shows, card games, two one-act plays, refreshments and a $2 door prize as a special feature. The carnival will also be open in the afternoon at the close of classes to all grade school children who wish to attend- I Mrs. Peter Mulder. 207 North •Ferrv street, was hostess re: cpntly to tbe members of the i Woman's Missionary society of : First Methodist church, at the resular meeting of the or°-an- liation. • A devotional service was led iby Mrs. C. E. Pollock, who presented an impressive service 'with beautv and dignity i During the business session j which followed, it was decided that a luncheon will be held | on Nov. 15 at .the home of Mrs .Chester Lynch. This event I will be the Christmas thank offering meeting for home missions. , It was voted to send Christmas cards as usual to the j Campbell Settlement in Gary I Ind. ; The lesson for the meeting iwas presented by Mrs. W. E Eddy, who reviewed the r>ro- ;lo?ue and first three chapters jOf the book "Women and the : way. The prologue, written , bv American-educated Mme : Chiang Kai-Shek, is said to be ! Meet For Dinner j With Mr. and Mrs. William To- ' i bev host and hostess, the Adult Bible class of the Methodist ' | church school enjoyed a potluc'k i dinner Sunday in the church ! dining room. j A sumptuou.s meal and visiting I were enjoyed. j Pre.sent'were Rev. J. H. Rayle, I Mr. and Mrs. George Rayle and j family. Mr. and Mr.s. William i Hage and daughter of Lake City; ' i Mr and Mr.s. Fred Coon. Mrs. I John Belleville. Mr. and Mr.s.! j Harvey Lydic, Mrs. Frances ; Smith. Mr.s. Myrtle Mrs. E. M. Stephens and Douglas Heckman. Several of the class t!?ere unable to be persent. Is Injured Friends are sorry to learn that Mrs. Irene Bepnle. of Quincy, j Washington, who expected to ; visit Freesoil relatives two weeks ago. suffered broken ribs and until 9 o'clock when it ended. I People came from various parts : of the county including Luding- I ton. Scottville and Custer and i enjoyed the abundance of deli- j clous food and pleasant sociability in the hospitable homo, i Bouquets of lovely fall flowers i were placed about the rooms and .the four large tobies which seat- led about forty guests weru each ; centered with a bowl of flowers, .one which was especially attrac: live, containing large .sprays of bright Japanese lanterns "from the Eugene Chadwick garden in Custer. Brightly colored .single autumn leaves decorated the table cloths. A .substantial .sum wr-- idded to the treasury of the Ladies' Aid .society. Mrs". Will Schad will be hostess :at the next meeting of the aid } which will be held Thursday afternoon, Oct. 26. instead of ihe regular date, Thursday, Oct. 19. ! Major school will have a week's i potato digging vacation which ; commenced Monday, Oct. 10. Gunn Lake 1 Representative and Mr.s. Rupert Stephens of Scottvillp .spent -.-•everal days during the week at the Stephens cottage at Gunn •lake. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Stephens Jr., and daughter. Suzanne, of Mani.stee were Friday and Saturday guests at the Kuman-go cottage. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tubb.s of Freesoil were Wednesday evening guest.s of Mr. and Mrs E V. Isenbarger at Gimn lake , Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Ebbing- hou.s of North Manchester, in, riiana. arc .spending a week'.s vacation at the Ebbin'ghou.s cottage at Gunn lake. Mr. and Mr.s. Dwight L. Brown of Chicago arrived at Gunn Jake Saturday fur a two week's vacation in the Brown Log- Cabin. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill M. Wilmot ;of Chicago are spending a week in the Wilmot cottage at Gunn ; lake. Lillian Spaulding. Mrs. ' Gene iTominski, Mrs. C. Brady. Mrs. !W. Larson, E. Burg, Mrs. Nels Burg. Elizabeth Betters, Mrs. , William Hanna. Mrs. Frank JPappe. Mrs. P. S. Palmer, Mrs. Cms Loppenthien, Mrs. Kenneth Jury, Mrs. J. o. Johnson. Mrs. ; Gus Eastman. Mrs. O. Glen j Davidson. Lucille Schott, Myr- |tle Wrege. Mrs. H. Co well. Mrs. Odell Berg. Agnes Carroll. Mrs. R. Larson. Mr.s. Charles Shivley, (Mrs. Theodore Castonia, Mrs. S. Rybleski. Mrs. Joe Vorac LorwYa Whitman, Mrs. Chris 'Roat. Mrs. J. Cronin. Mrs. Fred Upthegrove. Mrs. A. Pearson I Mr.s. Roy Miller, M»;s. William : Tarr, Minnie Chinny, Mrs. Wil, liam Johnson. i Denise Dilly. Mrs. J. A B 'Smith. B. Wright. Mr.s. Wm. Bradshaw. Mrs. Gus Nagel, Mrs. ;Magmissen. Mrs. William Ev- !ans, Mrs. G. WhiV. Mrs. Gowell. I Mrs. James Hansen, Mr.s. James iBlundell. Caroline Roth. Mrs. 'E. Bystrand. Mr.s. J. Fortier ,Mrs. K. C. Hill, Mrs. Albert ; Lunde, Mrs. Belland, Gertrude iRutowski. Bertha Bentz. Mrs 1C. Kiovit. Mr.s. C Johnson. Mr.s. i Bessie Hanna. Mr.s. Leo Yeck ;Mrs. E. Cabot. Mrs. C. J. Le- imirp. Mr.s. Jos. Tushek. Mrs Leslie Prehn. Mr.s. L. T. Cron- .emvett. Mrs. Wm. Jensen, Mr.s. F. Nierzwicki, Mr.s. Albert Ol- 'son. i Mr.s. G. Bennett, Mr.s. Albin FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1939. Beck. Mrs. W. R. Brown, Mrs. F. R. Sullivan, Mrs. May Todd,' Mrs. Frank Nagel, Mrs. A. Tanner. Different Program The school, starting Wednesday, was under direction oJ Mrs. Helen Sailer, highly competent cooking and iypme-makr ing expert, who used a different program each of the three mornings. j In all, about 1,700 women (were in attendance Wednes' day, Thursday an.d today. Merchants co-operating with The News were: Gas Corporation of Michigan, Pairk Dairy, A-G stores, H. C. Schrink and Sons, Central Shoe store, Abra- |hamson-Nerheim Co., Wallace I Kuras, NerheTm Motor Co.. Schmock's Standard service, Blue Ribbon stores, Lund's grocery, J. C. Penney Co., Pere Marquette Floral shop. Ludington State bank, Russell Beauty salon, Morris 5c-10c to $1 store, Michigan Associated Telephone Co., Blue Ribbon bakery, City bakerv, Ludington Baking Co., Mother's Best I flour, Montgomery Ward Co. CHILD'S COLDS Relieve misery direct —without "doslng' r . Use swift-acting VICKS VAPORUB We Have Candy of All Kinds for Hallowe'en Also favors, masks, etc. MORRIS 5c, lOc to $1 STORE DRINK CIDER FOR HEALTH and when you drink it be sure that it comes from the PARK STORE CIDER PLANT where it is made under Sanitary Conditions from hand-picked fruit. 20c per YOU NEVER GET HEM) UP WHEN YOU BUY AT IJUND'S GROCERY RUMMAGE SALE * ! SATURDAY, OCT. 21st. * Starting at 9:30 a. m. * * FROSTY FRUIT ICE CREAM CAKE 12 Cup Cakes FREE AT LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY * I : * , i ! * It #- ROEHKIG BUILDING Opposite Ludington State Bank. Sponsored by Court Ludington 745, Catholic * Daughters of America. * —*~-#—#---•x- — #—-x-—x—x—# —#—#—* — #—#—#—#WHY GO OF TOWN? ?Jfu«t 5 Minutes Drive from the Stop Light. JKNBEN and bis 8WINGSTERS. _ COVER CHARGE. TONIGHT & SATURDAY "0* HAMELL'S SHORE INN THE ELITE SHOPPE'S PRESENTATION OF NEW FALL DRESSES ., $5.95 COATS $16.50 „ HATS $1.95 up These Styles are the Latest Creations in Ladies' Ready-to- Wear. ACCESSORIES TO MATCH THE ELITE SHOPPE Hall Building 202 S. James St. *• * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Look Lovely This Fall and Winter! Easy to attain and retain beauty when you make Russell's Beauty Salon your Beauty Center. Come in and get acquaint- ed with ouV work. Permanents $3 and up COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE PHONE FOR APPOINTMENTS Ask About Our Wednesday Specials MRS. SAILER HAD HER HAIR DONE THE RUSSELL BEAUTY WAY Russell's Beauty Salon In Rear of Central Shoe Store H, ere are two styles of unusual merit. They are smart in •very sense of the word. Both ore "the thing" for this season. We're showing a large selection of the latest styles in footwear. Why not come In and try on several of the new patterns? FORSLIND & GAVAN The Basement Store" 5C Biff JELLO, all flavors .... CORNED BEEF, Armour's Star, 2 i COFFEE, Lund's Special, tb. Bottle SYRUP and pkg. PANCAKE FLOUR, .both for^ Big Box of CRACKERS, Big Box of <• fff» GINGER SNAPS, J-W^ evTtEK :. 2 lb ,55c LARD, kettle rendered, Ib. SUGAR, 100 Ibs. SODA CRACKERS, Johnston's A Ib. & box GRAHAM O Ib. CRACKEKS ^ box LIBBY'S MILK, case, S2.90; 4 cans OYSTERS, large, pint CIDER, ice cold, clean, ... gallon COFFEE, Happy Host, best in town for the money, 3 Ibs. 39c, Ib. • MOTHER'S BEST FLOUR, 24',2 ID. bag GOOCHE'S BEST FLOUR, 50 Ib. cloth bag . .. SANKA or KAFFEE HAG, Ib. PRIM £ TISSUE, W rolls WHEATIES, Pkg. KIX, n ^ Pltgs Pitcher FREE. KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES .... pksr. Cereal Bowl FREE. SPAM, can MIRACLE WHIP, quart TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT. new pack, O \ Q A 80's O for JL«fI/ JUICE ORANGES, seedless doz. CRANBERRIES, | Cp APPLES, Ib. i I V Ic LUND'S GROCERY 310 S .Washington Ave. Phone 111 W.WLV

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