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Ludington, Michigan
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Tuesday, October 24, 1939
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!t '*.'&• PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, OCT. 24/1939. SOCIETY Is Speaker Sunday local Amusements LYRIC THEATER Presents "Fifth Avenue Girl" with Ginger Rogers, Walter Connolly, Veree Teasdale and James Ellison. Also selected .short subjects. Special Program Features Interesting Discussion on Purpose of Schools The Parent-Teacher association of Longfellow .school met on Friday evening at 8 o'clock at, the school. A special Dad's Night I _ program was presented. | OLD HICKORY INN A. W. Peterson, Dads' Night j president, opened the meeting with the reading of the PT-A pledge in unison, after which i HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN the community singing of "The More We Get Together," "God Bless America" and "America the Beautiful," was enjoyed. The songs were directed by Miss Glidden Lemon and accompanied at the piano by Miss Catherine Wrege. Miss Lemon acted as secretary pro tem for the evening, in the absence of Mrs. George Mc- Kerty. During the early part of the meeting, a report on the recent PT-A council meeting was given by Mrs. Charles Coleman and the Longefellow unit's treasurer's report was given by Mrs. A. C. Granger. A membership report was made by Mrs. Alfred Chinnery. The membership award was given to the Fourth grade room, taught by Mrs. Florence Huff. It was voted to sponsor a card party on Nov. 3 for the benefit of the association. At the conclusion of the business session, an interesting program, arranged by Mrs. C. H. Schantz and Miss Gertrude Martin, was presented. The numbers wer" announced by Miss Martin. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. Dancing. Dancing. TODD-L-INN Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS Roller skating. Embargo Foes—But Americans JOHN \V. BABCOCK On Sunday, Oct. 29, the Cath- ;olic men of Mason county will (have an opportunity to hear j i one of the finest speakers of i !the Detroit area. i ! The brilliant career of John j W. Babcock is well-known in j ! Detroit and Southern Michi- ! >gan. For years an attorney i in Detroit and a member of ! ] the faculty of the law school j lof the University of Detroit, i ; Mr. Babcock was appointed on May 18, 1937, Chief Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. Long an active member of the Knights of Columbus he was that same month elected state deputy of the K. C. and twice since has been unanimously re-elected. It was in this capacity that Mr. Babcock ap- Miss Corrine Loy, editor of the St. Simon's Simonian, will officially represent that publication at the Second R e- sional Press Members of the Mutual Arbor, of Gleaners held their regular i meeting on Saturday evening I at the home of Companion Carl j Christensen in Victory. At this; time, the annual election of of- , ficers was held. ' Those who will serve in exec- 1 utive capacity for the new year • iare: Chief gleaner, Carl Chris-] tensen; vice chief gleaner, Har-I ! old Williamson; secretary-treas-j . urer, Mrs. Emma Christensen; j S lecturer, Mrs. Edna Peterson;* 'chaplain, Mrs. .Christine Out- icalt; conductor, Paul Hansen; i conductress, Mrs. Rose Anderson; innei guard, Alfred Hansen. and outer guard, Gordon Hansen. These officers will take the places of Chief Gleaner Mrs. Agnes Anderson; vice chief: gleaner, Harold Williamson;! secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Emma) Christensen; lecturer, Mrs. Ma-1 rie Hansen; chaolain, Miss June; Hope Christensen; conductor,| Paul Hansen; conductress, Mrs., Rose Anderson; inner guard,' Alfred Hansen. and outer guard, I Louis Anderson. ' Mrs. Myrtle Holmes of Leroy,; member of the district lecture group, was present and gave reports of the Gleaner activities i for the year. ; At this time, delegates for trie', national Gleaners' convention, to be held at the Hay hotel, Jackson, were chosen. Mrs. Nels will ac;, as official U. S. Senator Hiram W. Johnson (right) of California, after his plea to maintain the arms embargo, is hailed by Senator Allen J. Ellender, of Louisiana. Senator Ellender was among those who spoke for repeal «f the embargo. recent evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Shil- onder, spent Sunday afternoon, Oct. 15, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shilander in St. Mary's lake district. ButlerSchooH-H 'Stitch-Away' Club Has Joily Party WEST RIVERTON.—The 4-H girls' Stitch-Away club of Butler school have organized their group for the fiscal year and celebrated this occasion with a jolly party Saturday afternoon, Oct. 21. The members gathered at the home of Mrs. Howard Colby and then proceeded in a group to Scottville where they attended the movie at the Star theater, after which they returned to the Colby home where a supper was served. Later games and contests were enjoyed with Helen Mroczka and Dorothy Rahn winning prizes. Proceeds to sponsor the afternoon's pleasures were won by the club which was awarded a cash first prize for their 1938-39 4-H sewing which they exhibited at the Western Michigan Fair this fall. Surprise Event Fetes Mrs. John Unitus The feature of the program was a discussion, from a variety j of viewpoints, on the topic "What Are Schools For?" The' viewpoint of the parent was': discussed by Mrs. H .B. Hoffman, that of the business man by Harold L. Gallie, the church viewpoint by Rev. Paul H. Clark, the student's viewpoint by Wai- district meeting of the Knights of Columbus, and on this visit he won many friends and admirers in Luding'ton. Beside these interests for the past conferenrp to five years this well-known conieience, to lawyer has also been a member It was decided that the formal installation of officers will be held on Dec. 9 at Victory townhall. A co-operative luncheon will be served at the close of iawvt;i- nas aiso oeen a memoer ; tne meeting and a social hour 011 of the executive board of the , wil1 be held. Arch-Diocesan Union of the i * * * - Holy Name society in the Arch- L,oy win Diocese of Detroit and of late „,„ as rc t\ r ~ nas addressed many gatherings man of the O f Catholic men throughout sectional meet- the state. ing entitled Because of his wide exper- "Editorial Pol- ience and the forcefull appeal will of his subject "My Friend, ace ir» v , LOY introduce Da- Jesus Christ" all who will have vid Host, assistant professor of the ooportunity of hearin journalism at Marquette Uni- ~ ' " ~ versity. James L. Magmer, also a representative from St. Simon's Uni- Babcock Sunday, Oct. 29? are promised a timely and inspiring address. Mrs. Harvey Mason Is Hostess to Club Mrs. John Unitus was pleas antly surprised at her home Monday by a group of her friends, who gathered in celebration of Mrs. Unitus' £j a y anniversary. A social hour was spent and delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Unitus was the recipient of a lovely collective gift from her friends. Those present were Mrs. Leonard Rath, Mrs. Deward Arnold. Mrs. Erwin Schmeling, Mrs. William Wallace, Mrs. Anthony Konetskv and the honoree, Mrs. Unitus. Mrs. Lawrence Horacek and Mrs. Harold Hulet were unable to be present. the Kum-an-go cottage at Gunn lake Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. l? and 18. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Ebbinghous of North Manchester, ind., and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Isenbarger of Gunn lake visited the evergreen nursery and apple orchard of J. A. M. Hansen in Amber Wednesday. Oct. 1. . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mattix birth- ; and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chinnery | of Scottville were Wednesday ; dinner guests. Oct. 18, at the Rupert Stephens cottage at i Gunn lake. Sunday callers on George E. Wagner Sr., who is ill and confined to his home, were Mr. and Mrs. V. Septrion of East Riverton, Rev. Gordon Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tonn, son, Donald and niece, Joan Quick, all of Scottville and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kennedy and Mrs. George H. Gardner, all of Ludington. Monday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bigsby, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hannah and son, Keith and Mrs. Hugh Hannah. Ranold Thurows Feted by League Mrs. E. V. Isenbarger accom- NORTH RIVERTON— A post, panicd Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Eb- I nuptial shower, complimenting binnciu on their return trip toJMr. and Mrs. Ranold Thurow their home in North Manches-iwas arranged by members of ter. ind. Mrs. Lsenbarger will! the Walther League of the visit for several 'weeks with rela- 'Bethlehem Lutheran church of lives in North Manchester and 1 which Mr. and Mrs. Thurow South Bend, Ind. iare members and was given at District Camporee ter Klaft, the teacher's opinion i high school, will act as secretary **' 11 n . i • by Melvin , Jones, principal of j of the literary round table con- JfljJJ || M[jtnn IS social Miss the school, and the vice viewpoint by Godfrey. For the largest attendance 'percentage at this, meeting, the Sixth grade, taught by MLss ser-! ducted by Rev. Emmeran Quad- Jean j erer of Grand Rapids, diocesan ! superintendent of Catholic schools. | Sister M. Concilium, R. S. M.,' : Simonian adviser.' is publicity"' Elected An Officer over 25 from Ludington. attend(tip di^i-jet fall camporee Martin, and the Seven-A taught I chairman for the press" confer- by Miss M. B. Thomas, tied for ! ence an d reports that 300 dele- first place. Each will be a- j sates from the Saginaw, Lan•warded a prize of $1. ' sm S and Grand Rapids dioceses At the close of the evening, U a ^_al«ady registered,,A dele- at Grand Rapids. gation of 30 persons will attend from St. Simon's school. * * * the Seventh grade mothers, with Mrs. Harold Lohner and Mrs Ben Anderson as chairmen, served delicious refreshments at : *| , . . „ a table covered with white and IfPV I A I 4 n flirt !c appointed with a crystal bowl of i 81 **•• U. it. LullUlil lO fruit, flanked by tall tapers in crystal holders, as a centerpiece. Mrs. G. Weinert and Miss Zulieme Cozine presided as hostesses. Members of the Lakeview Bunco club were entertained at' * * * the recent meeting of the or-; BOV SCOUtS Attend iganization, at the home of Mrs. I Harvey Mason, 315 North Ferry i street. Two tables of bunco were played with first prize being j won by Mrs. J. A. Seward and 'second by Mrs. Herbert Engfer. At the conclusion of the game, delicious refreshments j | were served at the dining room Word has been received of the ! L able ' centered with a lovely election of Miss Virginia Dutch bou q uet ° f f aH flowers, of Ludington to the office of i Mertl oers present were Mrs. treasurer of the Freshman class ! Se > vard ' Mrs. Engfer, Mrs. Rex in St. Mary's College of Nursin°- TQwer - Mrs. Louis Mottl, Mrs. at Grand Rapids i Joseph Albrecht Jr., Mrs. Nick Miss Dutch, daughter of Mr ; Miller an <3 the hostess, Mrs. Ma- - ''son. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Nick Miller Mrs. Lillian Reeds Hostess to Society MAJOR SCHOOL.—The Union Sixty-two boy scouts from the i Ladies' Aid society of Fern en Northwestern district, including joyed a pleasant social afternoon Thursday at the home of !were Mrs. Lillian Reeds. The ladies and East Rjverton sehoolhouse Friday evening, Oct. 20. A pleasant evening of games, contests and roller skating was enjoyed and at the close a delicious luncheon was served The group presented Mr. and Mrs. Thurow with a collective gift. Those enjoying the affair the honored guests, Mr. Mrs. Thurow; Mr. and — ----- _ ..... ----- ivno. j-jiiu.ui neeus. me lauies" "" «"«>• AMIUUW, ivir. ana held last Friday and Saturday at completed a lovely quilt top on ' M F S - Carl Thurow. Misses Bea- Bortel's Landing in Summit ; which they have been working ! trice Kief. Nellie Mae Bedker. Oceana, Muskegon, Mecos- ; and busied themselves with |Carolinc Benz - Wheaton Brant Erne Taylor. Rev. and Mrs. Taylor, formerly located in Africa, were enjoying their va-, cation among relatives and' friends, expecting to be returned at any time. Friends are glad to learn that Rev. Taylor has been commissioned to remain here until March 22 when reservations have been taken for him and Mrs. Taylor to return to Africa. Until that date Rev. and Mrs. Taylor will reside in Ludington. Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies' Aid society will convene fon an j all-day meeting at parish hall Wednesday, Nov. 1. FreesAii Chairmen Appointed Mrs. Ira Granger, Mason j county hospital chairman for Freesoil township, has appointed the following chairmen: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Surrarrer, West Freesoil; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rybicki, North Freesoil and Mr. and Mrs. Geofge Rayle, Freesoil village. William Hunt, .who is employed at the Stewart mill, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunt. Leslie Conklin, who has been employed in Detroit. returned Tuesday, Oct. 17, because of strikes. He visited Freesoil . friends Saturday. | Eileen and Carol Hunt visited j at the Frank Owen home at i Fountain \ Saturday afternoon j and called on their uncle, Wll- ;liam Hunt, at the William (Stewart mill near Fountain. : Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Halberg and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard i Tubbs and son visited Mr. and jMrs. Clifford Tubbs Friday evc- 1 ning. j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rasmus- |sen and daughter visited Mr. : and Mrs. Edward Rasmussen I and family at Cedar Saturday i and Sunday. I Robert and Shirley Baglcy I visited their grandparents, 'Mr. jand Mrs. Lawrence Tobcy, Sat- !urday and Sunday. Bernard Tubbs, a student at Michigan State college. East Lansing, visited his parents over the week-end. Burrell Lvdic visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lydlc, Friday. Miss Charlotte Conley of Midland accompanied Mrs. Percy LaBrec and Miss Annabel Hagstrom, to Freesoil Saturday to spend the week-end with Mrs. Celia Hagstrom. Paul Zeikert of Northeast Freesoil visited in town Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Tubbs were visitors at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McArthur in Meade Saturday. and , , -nd Newaygo counties in ad- ; other sewing and crochet work ; Brant an ^ Richard and Emery ion to Mason, were represent- j The meeting was complimen- ! ow ' Max Rann J r., Laur- dition to Mason, were represented. A full day and one-half ol typical scout activities were enjoyed. Some of the features of and Mrs. Edward Dutch of 413 North Rath avenue, entered the training school early this fall. The meeting was complimen tary to Mrs. Reeds' sister, Mrs. Frank Johnson, of Grand Rapids, who has been her house- Sliest for the past several days and who is planning on spending the winter in the south. Mrs. Johnson was a former resident ence Brauer, Earl and Relliss Pleiness, Harold Richer t, Maylon colburn. Roy Pleiness and Robert Benz. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colby had for their guests the past week Mrs. Colby's brother and — — — — — ^vw • • OT • • • | %F Present At Meeting -# * #First RNA-Arbeiter Card The pastors of the Lutheran Augustana synod of the five I states, Illinois. Michigan, Wis- jconsin, Indiana and Iowa, will I meet for their annual fall conference at the Augustana Home IS nfilDK 01 ' A sed*"754b sTon"y "island "av-i ll/r..« A iw nuiu enup Ohipqon T.,. r>^«.. peter-il.Vj.FS. \ high school. Other officers of the nursing class are: Miss Rosemary Bock- hcim of Grand Rapids, president; Miss Monica Fournier of Bav City, first vice president" Miss Martha Radspiele.r of Muskegon, second vice president, and Miss Elnora Rodibaugh of Grandville, secretary. * * * + ^^, wiucdgu. ur. reter .Peter-H.TJ.J-o. -T.. AUlUCOUll «>n. President of the Illinois eon-! T-I A. * • ™ , vKttK^^^^^K^l Entertains Club •*>A»t**Jir-n*-i4-3w rw ' ±"\ T 3i l « __1_ _' ! i-H. (_/. ( T 1,3!*] f pi f TllTl foc-Criw-ifl __ _ ^r^^^? a s,^±if^-s ss^s'A?^ ! - Mrs - A - Torbcson ' tana seminary, Rock Island. 111., . ns Luthera « church at i 5th and Ave »ue J, Chicago, for ' Ten tables of pinochle played with first prize „,«,««! years ai won by Mrs. William Weiss, sec- J year at Unsala °nd tar Mrs. William Olmsteadsities in Sweden""^ and third ,by Mrs. Edward Bo- ' '- • • oweu <-n in gus. The afternoon's mystery package was awarded to Mrs. Leonard Johnson'. v-t-viiiiii-j uvii^v^i ^.ui.^j' Ifillo i CLIL i — •••«•» *>*.** «i_ She is a graduate of St Simon's at Cre amery Corners on Nov. 1. ' ' ' ' " • # * *Miss Is Hostess to Club on Monday Miss D'orothy PreFonlaine. 202 North Robert street, entertained the members of her bridge club on Monday evening at her home. Bridge was played during the evening with first prize bein<? won by Mr.s. Leo Gorzynski and second bv Miss Betty Love. Refreshments were served at Ihe clo.-'e of the evening and a social hour was enjoyed. Members present were Mrs. Leonard Smedberg, Mrs. Leo Gorzyn.-ki, Mr.s. Obe Schracier. Miss Betty Love, Miss Betty Jane a treasure hunt evening campfires. wal'lknWV' ^t <i?T° rC V f th ^ region quiVe a i^mbe7of>istVr-inViaw7"Rev:'and' Mrs was Tioop 2 Summit, m charge years ago and enjoyed of Scoutmaster William PoLsen.; 0 ici - - - • Northwestern District Commissioner Roland E. Piper of Lud- ingt:n was general chairman of the event. 420 North Gunn Lake Dr. and Mrs. Verne Nerger of Oak Park, 111., were guests during last week of Mr. and Mrs. AT«—in *>r wilmot. of Chicago at the Wilmot cottage at Gunn lake. Mr and Mrs. Otto Hasenbank of Meade transacted and called on friends . lake Wednesday, Oct. 18. Members present included Mesdames Dora Bedker, Grace Reids, Hazel Hansen, Laura Peterson. Clara Bedker, Alice Bahr, Frances Schad, the hostess, Mrs. Reeds, and her sister, Mrs. Johnson. The next meeting of the aid on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 2, will be held at the home of Mrs Will Schad. ; Miss Helen Bahr, who is in the business Senior class of nursing at Hack- at Gunn ley hospital, Muskegon, underwent a tonsilectomy there Sat- After the regular meeting of for his teaching. He received his d fSre e of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago Rev. Carlfelt will speak on the ! At the opening of the meeting. Mrs. Edward Holztaach, 'president of the organization, ., ---j •* 'conducted a .short business ses- I Peterson, Gatharyn Mark, i sion at which it was voted to ! Margaret Woodland and the church in the i hostess. Miss PreFontaine. Miss Alyce Barnhart was a .- w .w .»*** o^^cirw \jLi LI ic ijOv is onn " s °m p Present Trends of I to illnes" , rns o Washington camp, held at the J he ° lo "y, and Church Life in donation to the club name. Members of the club were sorry to learn that Mrs. Thomas Loy is confined to her home due guest of the occasion. close of the tournament, eight tables of pinochle were played. High score was won by Mrs. Arthur Graeger and consolation by Mrs. Joseph Marasco. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. During the business session, the camp voted to purchase a full -membership in the Pere iMarquette Memorial association. Mrs. Idabell Snyder was a of the meeting. The next game of the tourna- Sweden.-' 1 After the -ousmess meeting, •n .T- four tables of pinochle WPI-P Roth.President of the ! piayed with first prize being won J I n I .11 r IT GVO v\ *T T l-\ ^.O,^™ l"ii r TV/T»r T T-» A t «o ii vji j - i by Mrs. J. R. Anderson and sec- ond by Mrs. Edward r Ing of the camp, on Nov. 1. # # # on the tui ' e ,pf the Lutheran Church' ana Christianity and Religion " win o e °n iC th ° f - Holj ! Commun ion worship will be held. I Guests of the occasion (Mrs. Walter Stumpf, Mrs. '\ t o n Featherstone and Couple Is Honored at Buffet Supper Mrs. Oscar Oberg of South Bayou, Hamlin lake, entertained Sunday evening at a delightful were i buffet supper honoring her son Mr.s. Floy Stephens of Luding- urday morning, Oct. 14. ton was a guest of Represent-I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wicklund , live and Mrs. Rupert Stephens at and son, Gordon, of Fern were ' BE SURE TO VISIT THE PARK STORE'S Annual Demonstration and Sale of MONARCH FINER FOODS. On All This Week. Correct Constipation Before-Not After! An ounce of prevention is worth a. pound of emergency relief. Why let vourself suffer those dull lifeless days because of constipation, why bring on the need for emergency medicines, when there may be a far better way? That way is to KEEP regular by getting at the cause of the trouble. If it's common constipation, due to lack of "bulk" in the diet, a pleasant, nutritious, ready-to-cnt cereal-Kellogg's All-Bran-goea straight to the cause by supplying the "bulk" you need. Eat this crunchy toasted cereal every day-wlth milk or cream, or baked Into mufflns-drlnk plenty of water, and sec If you don't forget all about constipation. Made by Kellogg's In Battle Creek. Sold by every grocer. Bur- Mrs. Attending he cKreSce from I , Membewrs present Were Mes ' thisarea^illbVRevTrlr:^"^ 5 d T^Jl°' zbTac S- *• j. . _— "^ "i-v. U. f\. AjitJl- dm of Emanuel Lutheran church Ludington. -#- * and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Oberg, of Youngstown, O. present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson and daughter, Janet, of Muskegon; Mr. and Mrs Oscar Nelson and daughters, Lillian and Eleanor; Mr. and Mr.s. ment will be"played at the meet- I nf U rtM «^ r\ i Wednesday, i JL-utneran Group to ^Weekly Bible Study S J.Will Be Continued The weekly study of the Book conducted by Rev. Omark in Washington Av- Baptlst church, will be con• this Wednesday evening regular mid-week service p> m. ~ of the major points of 8 in this study, said Rev. is consideration of the ~\ In Jesus of Nazareth iphecies in the Old i concerning the prom- who are interested lly Invited to attend fiMsweek. The topic "The Messiah A 25 Lavich, C. J. Lemire, J. R' Anderson, Edward Dutch, R. Kovar, Otto Nelson, W. F. Fortier, T. J. ......,n, u .,...,. Barber, Norman Lorentz, An- I John Nelson and son, Elmer, all ?u! W v, Ml i r P ny ',9- O.JDittmer and of Ludington; Mr. and Mr.s. El- Janet honor the hostess, Mrs. Torbeson. next meeting of the soc- on Thursday, mer Nelson and Miss Mowen of Hamlin; the Ruests, Mr. and Mrs. Harold — — *.-WAV* v^ii ***wtOv4c*> r.«-»^u«jij t ATA.A . fc* 11 Wi *VAi Q, JLACMU1U 2, at the home of Mrs. Otto Oberg, and the host .and hostess, ,_ ' — " -..^ •*vx<*»v< v/1, 1.VJ.Z. O, \J \j\j\J *-' ^-'V-iJj, <A11LA W44C * Av/O U '"HIVl ii Local divisi^rij"n AO* * -u Nelson ' 31 5 North Robert street. |Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oberg. ij A „! " Y!" 0n NO. 494 Of the * * * Mr. anri Mrs Willie,™ hii . hall, Melendy . •M r '"'"•"'"" »'i ijuineran.s Eagles to Sponsor Second Card Party ., on Wednes- e r^uS d ^/ ofe ' All members, adults und in veniles. are requested to be pres- Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson of Mt. Pleasant and Mr.s. Caroline Nelson and Robert Nel,son of Ludington were unable to be present. who en . t , a nd to bring friends might be interested in the 01 tne association The general agent. Roy Peck wiin y ^ ty ' and dist rict agent, William Graeger of Grand Rapids, will .sneak on the benefits °- growth of the association suuond of the annual f card parties, .sponsored Ludington aerie No. 1354 i •:<•-#—-X-—#-H #—•x-—#—•x—• 2" d s ™ wih of the association P° rt edly as successful The address bv Mr. Peck will be P arti es have been in illustrated with pictures j years. Inaugurated as ,/ o-"** v*wi.*»_ AIW. 1OU *, » Fraternal Order of Eagles, will ' , b f^t^,.8 o'clock this evening in the Eagles' hall. The first of this year's series, Played two weeks ago, was portedly as successful --_.._„„ v ««wi.4 .pJ^LLUCS Local members will complete ™ p W L th tlons. Refreshments will SSSa* thC conclusio « S be the re- as the previous ----., .„., an annual event by popular request the series promises to maintain Us high attendance record. The public is cordially invited to attend and to participate. V . * ORCHESTRA George Filer's MELODY MAKERS OSSAWALD CRUMB , TAPROOM Wednesday Night No Cover Charge. *—#—*—#—# — #~*—•K—#—. "GOT YOUR FREE 100-WATT LAMP BULBS, YET?" ^ •*" — & asks Reddy Kilowatt "HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO TO GET THEM: "Buy a handy assortment^ of six lamp bulbs and we'll give you a 100 watt bulb absolutely free, during October. And if you want more than one, you can have as many free 100 watt bulbs as you buy assortments." Telephone us your order or give it to one of our employees. MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE CO. WE WON'T TELL YOU THAT A TON OF Mayflower Coal Will Keep You Warm All Winter! Because One Ton Won't— BUT Coal Facts Have proven that people who now order Mayflower Coal actually receive more heat and burn less coal than they ever did before! Try a Ton of Mayflower Coal for a More Complete Heating Satisfaction! ^he Abrohamson-Nerlieiiti EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING I Phone 130

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