The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 21, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Saturday, October 21, 1939
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'AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1939. », *: ' t -V SOCIETY Elect New Directors of County Red Cross Local Amusements The annual meeting of the Mason County chapter of the American Red Cross was held recently in the Red Cross rooms at the courthouse. At this time, reports of the executive secretary and of all officers of the board of directors, were given, showing a year of active service. Plans were discussed for the annual Roll Call, which begins on Nov. 11. This year's Roll Call dinner, it was announced, will be'held at First Methodist church on Thursday evening, Nov. 9. Richard Swigart of the Midwestern office in St. Louis, • Mo., will be present at that) tune to address the group. With I his background of experience in! Red Cross work, Mr. Swigart j will be able to present a vivid picture of the program of this world-wide organization. Jack McFarland is again chairman of the Roll Call, having served the chapter credita- blv last year. State meeting A state meeting, to be held in Lansing on Oct. 25, was announced. W. S. Vivian, a member of the board of directors of the Mason County chapter, will be a leader in one of'the round table discussions. Several members of the local chapter plan to attend, it was announced. Rev. J. A. Landin, chairman of the board of directors, voiced the appreciation of the chapter to the various organizations and individuals who have assisted the chapter during the past son and Golden Benson. During the month of August, 33 Christ-1 mas bags were also sent to sol- I diers in the United States insu- | lar possessions. | In the month of September, I 1939, a first aid station was conducted at the Western Michigan fair with service given to a total of 306 cases. Production by clubs, Aid societies and individuals for the Red Cross included 15 layettes, five comforters and 11 pillows, 33 Christmas bags and 12 Red Cross flags. — _#• * *_ LYRIC THEATER— Presents Joel McCrea and Brenda Marshall in "Espionage Agent" with Jeffrey Lynn and George Bancroft. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. IIAMELL'S LAKE SHORE! INN— Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. Gertrude D. Marry On Dec. 2 Report PT-A Party Is Great Success Joseph F. Koudelka, 407 East street, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter, Gertrude Dolores, to Carl Wagner Cool, son of Leon B. Cool of Johnstown, Pa. The ceremony will be performed at 5 p. m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, in the rectory of St. Simon's Catholic church. Rev. Thomas W. Albin will conduct the service. Miss Koudelka has chosen as her matron of honor Mrs. Charles W. Renwick of Corunna Joseph R. Koudelka Jr. will attend Mr. Cool as best man and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Miller, broth- of Miss Koudelka, will complete the wedding party as master and mistress of ceremonies. * * *—— The regular meeting of j Parent-Teacher assoeiation of j Foster school was held at 3 p. m. Friday at the school building. The program was opened with the presentation of two songs by the Fourth and Fifth grade pupils, the first "Safety" and the second "Halloween." The pupils were directed by Jessica Lee and accompanied at the piano by Jack Baltzer. A highlight of the program was the presentation of four scenes from the operetta "Tom Sawyer" to be put on at an early date under the direction of Miss Catherine Utz. Actors in the scenes were Sevsnth and Eighth grade students. The feature of the meeting was a talk by Mr. Hasper, representative ol the Amenta Automobile association, who spoke on safety and the development of good traffic habits. Mr. Hasper showed ieveral reels of film to illustrate his topic. At the conclusion of the program, the regular business meeting was conducted by the president of the association, Mrs. Ed-! ward Organ. A report on the I lovely flowers, the white coral homes with their limestone roofs and the intense blue of the sea. Miss Fitch spoke also of the habits and customs of the Bermudans. At the close of the evening, delicious refreshments were served i from a table covered with lace., the ' Tne Halloween motif was carried out in the clever hand-made placecards, in the nutcups and in the amusing faces made on the tops of the cupcakes. Miss Dorothy Fitch presided as hostess. New members, who were welcomed into the club at this time, Date for Sutton Meeting BUTTONS CORNERS. — The Parent-Teacher association of Sutton school will meet on evening, Oct. 24, at 8 p " of on Friday uci,. 27, as was planned. 1111" i were Mrs, George Wright, Mrs. Robert Orr and Miss Margaret health The card party, sponsored by .the Parent-Teacher association! of Lakeview school on Friday i evening* a"c the school building 1 was reported successful by members of the committee in | charge. j Eighteen tables of pinochle j were played, first prize for the! x '- Dewey. ladies being won 'oy Miss Mae; At the close of the afternoon, Harrington and second by Mrs.' delicious refreshments were Scott Ames; while high score! -served by a committee of Eighth for the men was won by James! 8'"ade mothers, headed by Mrs. Britten. Members present were Mrs. Frank Nagel, Mrs. Robert Farrier, Mrs. Julia Karcher, Mrs. C. F. Chmstead Jr.. Mrs. Myrle Tage- scn. Mrs. Donald Swift, Mrs. Harold Vanlngen, Mrs. Robert Wayt. Mrs. E. Gilmour Winn, Miss Jean Godfrey, Miss Olive Conely, Miss Dorothy Fitch and the hostesses. Miss Lemon and Miss Zook. Guests of the occasion were M.-.S. Raymond Semus and Mrs. Everett Mclntyre. The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert Wayt. 307 North James street. with Mrs C. F. Olmstead Jr. as!* co-hostess. * Three Transferred to Cutter Escanaba Charles Vogelsang, William Steroski and Robert Manley, three apprentice seamen assigned to the Ludington coast guard station about two months ago, were transferred during the past week to the Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba, it was learned this morning. Stanley Lockton and Onni Heitala, two other members of the original five assigned to Ludington, will remain at the local station. I I I I I I WHEN YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM Sciatica or Lumbago or in other words a 'Stitch In The Back' SEE I I I I DR. C. A. PETERSON CHIROPRACTOR Corner of Loomls and Harrison Office Phone 495 Home Phone 735 SCOTTVILLE: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Evenings I Three American „ have died at the hands sassins. presidents , '" of as-1' The name cinic, sponsored dur the supper, was given by Mrs. Carl Carlson and a resume of pioceedmgs at the recent council meeting was given by Mrs. Dan A!ask a, in native means " the Aeschylus. Greek dramatist is :on.sidered the originator of the ;tage tragedy. a Recent Bride Mrs. recent year to promote its program". Ai er-in-law and sister vote of thanks was also given to the executive secretary, Mrs. Elna Schumacher, for her efficient arid alert efforts in supervising the various departments. The special production program for foreign civilian relief was discussed at the recent • meeting. Actual work has already 'begun in the knitting of sweaters and socks. Material j has been purchased for the j making of hospital garments. The finished products will be j pent through national Red Cross; headquarters to civilians who! are innocent victims of the pres- j ent European conflict. ] Elect Directors The election of eight directors, seven for a term of three years and one to fill a vacancy for a term of two years, was conducted at the close of the business meeting. Mrs. Claude Bailey and Jacob Lunde were re-elected to the board, while new directors were Mrs. Edward Holzbach, Mrs. Ernest Ignasiak, William Mulder. Oscar Johnson and George C. Hillman for three year terms and Mrs. Henry Kronlein, elected for a two-year period. _ The current official report, as!~—,— _, * :: * submitted by the executive sec- j OES Chapter Will retarv, includes 867 pieces of! TTo Tr ~ o • i -n clothing allowed. 149 pairs of j -HaVC bpCCial Event shoes, 49 Tjairs of rubbers or ga- i , • loshes, 15 quilts or blankets.! . Tne /e will be a special meet- three mattresses, three beds and' mR °* Pere Marquette chapter five bedsorings. six pillows, five 1 "°-327, Order of Eastern Star, and one-half dozen fruit iars 1 Q 11 Tuesday evening, Oct. 24. at and also dishes and cooking! 8o -clock in the Masonic Tem- utensils. P |e - " was announced today by The vear's reoort. as of Oct. 1, ¥ rs - A - A - Keiser, worthy ma- 1939, lists 127 home service cas- \ tr °J? of the chapter, es and 256 civilian relief cases! P e me eting will honor all -with a total of 1.48R visits made past matr ons and past patrons or received. 989 calls for infor-!'- —-: mation answered and 920 let-! #—#—#—#— ters. 145 forms and Rn affidavits written and submitted with i veterans' claims. K. V. Christoffersen, a bride, was complimented at a delightful shower, Ellen Johnson, 720 street, at her Pinochle was played during the evening with first prize being won by Miss Eda Millgard and second by Mrs. Floyd Eckley. Later, a delicious luncheon was served by the hostess At this time, Mrs. Christoffersen was presented with a lovely col- 1 lective gift. i Those present were Mrs. Crane, Ida Shear- Ida Gustafson, Bernice Samuelson; the honoree, Mrs. Christoffersen, and the hostess, Miss Johnson. was won by McKay and second by Carl Altrock. ; Further entertainment for the evening consisted of six tables ; of Chinese Checkers. First prize for ladies was won by Miss Ma: bel Morse and second by Miss Ruth Rasmussen and in the •men's competition, first prize was won by J. A. Seward and second by Don Seward. j Cash prizes were offered by ; the association to the students • of the school who sold the larg- I est number of tickets for the ! card party. The winners, as announced by the association officers today are: First, Vernita iWeiman; second. Margaret Mary McKay; third, George Liei betreu, and fourth tied, Shirley : Meador and Shirley Love. The committee in charge of the event, to whom credit is due ; for its success, was headed by : Mrs. J. A. Seward and Mrs. R. W ; Ewing and included Mrs. Glen B. Dean, Mrs. P. Anthony, Mrs. ! Tom Love, Mrs. Stanley Rasi mussen. Mrs. Godfrey Hallberg, j Mrs. William Olson, Mrs. G. F •Swarthout. Mrs. Carol McCandless, Mrs. Rolland Benedict and i Mrs. Pastor. of the Pere Marquette chapter. Cards will be played and refreshments will be served. All chapter members urged to bi A. E. Johnson Emms. ana Mrs. Edward Two Are Hostesses to Philathean Circle 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 IPENIWATCR THEATRE TONIGHT The Philathean circle of The Community church met on Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Glidden Lemon, 311 North Rowe street, with Mrs. O. C. Zook as co-hostess. BevotionaLs. selected from "The Upper Room," were conducted by Mrs Robert Wayt. Miss Rosella Kraft, president of the circle, then conducted a brief business meeting, at which time it was voted to make quilts for the Mason County Red Cross. The highlight of the meeting,' was an interesting travel-talk, 1 illustrated with colored pictures,! whish was presented by Missj Dorothy Fitch. Miss Fitch vivid-j ly described her trips to the West j Coast and to Bermuda, during' Stuart Erwin, Raymcn the past summer, creating for'burn, Gloria Stuart, June her audience pictures of the;Douglas Fowley. Clarence are The population of Albania is chiefly Mohammedan, the population having been converted from Christianity. Horatio Alger. celebrated author of boys' books, gave away much of his income to needy youths and died poor. * I jf° Year's Activities Other chapter activities dur-! f in* the vepr included the en-! i rolhnent of 38 persons in an advanced First Aid course. of which 24 mmlified: the enrollment nf 1.708 members at the annual Roll Call of November. 1*»3& and also the distribution pf mon«v. sunDlies and Thanks- bnskets to eifht fami- i # Everybody Welcome Sunday 8 — #—#—#_#_.jt I * I * I * I * Evening o'clock At Polish Hall St. lies in thpt month: the distribution nf Christmas dinners to 22 families, donation of monev and food. co-r>r>ernMon in nack-| in? tnvs for 574 children nn^ as- slffr'Btion of. tovs to 103 children in December. 1938. and also the nssle-natinn nf rihristmas baskets to 139 families: and the organization of two classes in Junior First Aid hv members nf >;vAdvnriced First Aid classes in $Jfmnarv of 1939. The swing season nf 1939 in- uded the conducting of a W7»» and Home Accident In- through the with 2.124 check lists re- lr > AorJl and «l«o in Mint SIKH' the sending of fiv* Seni- Severs to Cadillac to «J5 instructors. Tn Mav. soonsorerf the tran- of Braille with flnan- «88l«tnnce by the Ludington dub. Summer Courses June; the Luriinirtnn R«d chanter qualified 36 Bov Scouts as Junior First », and In July, operated \ aid station at the Lake Jbeftqh with a total of treated bv Red on the WPA life saving and wa- teuc*»on was con- thn beach, ouallfvina: B*vew. nine Juni- Jl swtouners and For Benefit of Stanislaus' MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 FOR TOMORROW'S MEMORIES When you choose a memorial, you are creating memories for all those who come after. Because of our long experience and skill we think we can help you in this important decision. Let us explain to you the many types of designs, the ways of judging lasting quality—even though at the time you have no thought of making a memorial purchase. CHAS. C. CASWELL Ludington Ave. Phone 11 THE SENSATIONAL NEW BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY Was Demonstrated At The Cooking School B Y MRS. HELEN E .SAILER Come In and Let Us Explain Without Obligations the Exclusive Features of the Modern Bendix Home Laundry Which Automatically Washes. . . Rinses . . . Damp-Dries. Piiil Regan, Jean Parker, Jerome Cowan. Benny Baker, Dorothy Kent, Horace MacMahon in "SHE MARRIED A COP" Afto '.Val- Gale, Kolb : in i "IT COULD HAP- j PEN TO YOU" One of the best stories the .Saturday' Evening Post ever i ran. One of the funniest mov- ! ies you've ever seen. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, Oct. 22, 23, 24 Sunday Matinees 3 and 5 You Can't Blackout Truth. The guns spew again. Men are mad again. The world faces a crimson hell again. Millions want to know—what does it all mean? The answer is here. The greatest war picture of all time. More timely now than ever be, fore. This younger generation has not seen it. Many will want to see this uncensored version. As vital as the very breath you are now drawing! AT LAST! THE UNCENSORED VERSION! AIL OUIET ON THE * I* * * * •:• <« * <« »>.;. .> $.«. .j, ,j. .j, »j. .;,.;.<. ^. .j,.«. .j. FLASH j LIGHTS I * »** Now is the time to * check up on your flash- * lights in your car and * at home. * * Ever-Ready Flashlights, * 49c—59c—69c up to $2. * Others at 15c—20c— | 25c and 50c. * HARMONICAS are | scarce these days but * we have them at 35c— £ 60c—75c, up to $4. % GENUINE OCORINAS, | 25c—35c and 50c. j' JEWS' HARPS, + 15c—25c and 40c. t V* Fine strings, reeds and * other accessories for * your musical * instruments. * Sahlmark's ! Pharmacy ! — Prescriptions — * — Magazines — * Bank's Servke Inside COMES FROM THE A fine buildlBg doee not mak« a bank, not modern equipment, nor strong assets. Men and women give a bank its character and it* service the true quality ol nelpfulnees. We do not claim to have reached perfection in our organisation, but we axe trying earnestly to come as near a* possible to 100%. All that we have of knowledge, experience, loyalty, and cooperation, we are putting into our effort* to serve you welL •; :! ! •f 9 I * « The National Bank Of Ludington We pay l!/2% interest on all Time Deposits. I I $149.50 Installs the amazing new standard model which has all the features of the famous Deluxe models. The Trade-In Value of your old tvasher Will Probably More Than Cover The Down Payment On Your Bendix. Small Payments to Fit Your Budget. WALLACE KURAS Erich Maria Remarquv't great novel, filmed by Universal, 210 West Ludington Avenue. Prosperity ^ Posterity? .... It AII Begins at Home! AND Ludington IS 'Home'—not only to the MERCHANT ... but to YOU! YOUR CHILDREN and THEIR CHILDREN! Remember... EVERY TIME YOU BUY AT HOME You Stimulate Business! ...IT HELPS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AS MUCH AS IT HELPS ANYBODY! The Next Time You Shop For Baked Goods Patronize Your Home Town Bakers Ludington Is THEIR Home...They Are A Part of YOUR Community! Blue Ribbon Bakery JOHN MCDONALD The City Bakery LEO GRUNDBMAN Lagesen's Dstnish Bakery The Ludington Baking Co. FRED LAGESEN JIM MCDONALD I t ii X

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