The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 25, 1939 · Page 2
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TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1939. SOCIETY IT'S WASHDAY EVEN AT THE FRONT fast Worthy Matrons and patrons Are Honored at Special OES Meeting Pere A special meeting of Marquette chapter No. Order of Eastern Star, • held on Tuesday evening at , the Masonic temple in honor j OSSAWALD of the past matrons and past i patrons of the chapter. Sev- ' enty-five persons Those honored Eva Snow, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Mrs. Clara Pugh, Mrs. Clara Jagger, Mrs. ' Edith Bailey, Mrs. Belle Burch, Mrs. Maude King, Mrs. Goldie Cap- Ion, Mrs. Dorothy Newberg, Mrs. Anna Cuthbertson, Mrs. Rachel Beckstrom, Mrs. Rose Benson, Mrs. Vima Prehn and William Anderson. Otto Boldt •Harold King, Claude Bailey and Andrew Newberg. The honorees were presented gifts by the present worthy matron, Mrs. Hattie Keiser. Mrs. Margaret Dillenback, Mrs. Mary Newton and Mrs. Addie Buchanan were guests of the chapter at this meeting Each of the past worthv matrons spoke a few words on the subject of her own period of office. Mrs. Maude King i president of the Past Matrons' i club, graciously thanked the ' present officers for the eve- ! ning. ! A card party and dance was ! announced by Mrs. Hattie Keiser to be held on Thursday ' evening, Nov. 2. At the conclusion of the meeting, those present adjourned to the temple parlors where nine tables of pinochle and three tables of bridge were played. Prizes in pinochle were awarded to Mrs. William Anderson, Mrs. Victor Johnson Lars Jensen and Claude Bailey' while Mrs. Allan Burch won high prize in bridge. Later in the evening, delicious refreshments were served l n u, the dini ng room, from a table cleverly decorated with Hallowe'en Appointments. ' fne committee in charge of the event included Mesdames Harry Smith Jr., Clayton Taylor, Emma VanDyke, John Eck- J""^ Sam Sincolff. Reginald Chadwick and Eunice Smith and Harry Smith Sr. * * * Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Carole Lombard. Cary Grant and Kay Francis in "In Name Only" with Charles Coburn, Nena Walker, Jonothan Hale and Helen Vinson; and "Fast and Furious" with Franchot Tone, Ann Sothem. Allyn 327, ! Joslyn. John Milljan and Lee was | Bowman. CRUIMB TAPROOM tn the OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. I HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. Sylvia Jorgensen of Muskegon gave two entertaining readings. T* h n -.-. 1 n u _ _ _ 1 _ . < * B • _ °_ Slovakia". Mrs. Herban's, talk was interesting and instructive. As an additional feature, Mrs. Herban showed a number of native Czechoslovakian costumes. Mrs. Elbert Keene, president Seventy-five persons were Ot- V UilUj Ai V V* frl\*+ uu»*u .. » present at a rally sponsored by i b y_ Mrs - Carl Sellner. 1 . .i. i "_ r> i-» _*. i, -.*..,» I Tno mvitii-* *\»-i 4ni».i the Young People of Bethany Lutheran church, on Sunday afternoon. Members of the Young Peouie's societies of Manistee ' and Muskegon were the guests of the local group. The meeting was opened at 3 p. m. with a formal welcome by Eirl Jensen, president of the local group, after which a devotional service was conducted by Rev. John Christensen, pastor of Bethany Lutheran church. Before the featured address of the afternoon, given by Rev. Eric Broe of Maiiistco on the topic. "Taking Our Bearing," a lovely piano solo. "Falling Water's.'"' was played by Miss Imo- pene Jorgensen of Manistee. A discussion on topics for Young People's meetings followed the The group enjoyed hearing the reading, "St. John's Window," presented by Miss Verda Haase of Muskegon. The address at the evening meeting was given by Rev. Holger Jorgensen of Muskegon who spoke on the topic, "Ever Forward." At the conclusion of the meet- members were Though the currently popular British war song is "We're Going to Hang Our Washing on the Siegfried Line," these British Tommies, "somewhere in France," use just an ordinary length of rope to hang 'ip their shirts and socks. : visiting society welcomed. At 5:30 p. m., a delicious supper was served in the church dining room by a committee on arrangements headed by Clarence Fonnesbeck. assisted by Pre-Nuptial Event Study Group Enjoys Honors Miss Genia Interesting Meeting Mrs. Kinney, Jr., Is Honored At Shower Mrs. Elmer Peterson Jr. of North Riverton, entertained recently in honor of Mrs. Emery,,,. ^ . „• -Kinney Jr., a bride of September Pa ,'" e aTnd Irma Kennedy. Miss Victoria Genia. a bride of the near future, was honored Monday evening with a delightful miscellaneous shower, given by Mrs. Nettie Burkhart, Mrs. John Rogers and Miss Evelyn Voss at the Burkhart cottage. "Woods and Water" at Hamlin. Contests, pinochle and hearts formed the evening's entertainment. Miss Marv McDonald won first prize in the contests. Miss Angeline Genia in oinochle and Mrs. Lawrence ; Carrier in hearts. Later in .'the evening the winners presented their prizes to the hon,'or euest, who was also the re- icipient of a number of lovely | shower gifts. j A delicious two-course lunch- jeon was served ai tables dec- 1 orated in a scheme of red and ; white. The cottage was attractively decorated for the o"- icasion in bright fall colors j Guests, other than those al! ready mentioned, were Mes! dames Charles Genia, Josenh (Vorr. Mamie En gel, Charles (Allen, William Williams Her- jbert Swanson, Archie Wood- iworth, Albin Johnson, Harold i Genia. Jacob Abrahamson Jo- jsenh Davis, James McDonald- 'Mrs. Robert Greenwald. Mrs ; William Fortier and Mrs. Bowne 'of Muskeson; Misses Katherin» Kirwan. Ma_rp Jebavy. Frances ! Members of the Lakeshore I Study club were entertained at ; their" recent regular meeting with an interesting study oi the : progress of transportation. The meeting was held at the home of ; Mr.s. Irvin Clark. 215 East Loumis .street. ; The meeting was opened by the ; president. Mrs. Neil Mailory. ; Each member responded to roli call by naming one of the various modes of transportation, carrying out the keynote of the lessor.. After a brief business .neetmg, the lesson was taken up by Mr.s. C. A. Peterson and Miss Elizabeth Kloppman, leaders. The first paper on the subject wa.s read by Mrs. Peterson, who outlined early modes of transportation and ' their origins, followed by a reading by Miss Klopomon. who 'sketched the progress in the field snd cie.scribeci modern methods of travel. i The highlight of the evening , wa.s the description, given by Mis. ' Gail G. Owen, of her trip this ; summer. The Owens, accom- ; parried by the brother and sister. in-Jaw of Mr. Owen, started from Hillsdalc ancl'rnotored to Niagara Falls, into Canada, where ihey visited Montreal and Quebec, hi-s- itoric St. Anne cle Beaupre and 'Montmorency Falls, and on into • Maine. In the eastern United States, the party visited a number" f olicf; of historical inter- cst, including Longfellow's home, the scene ot tne ueitysburg act- v res.s and Bunker Hih. tne great Boston navy yards and others. J uey also attended the iNow York World's fair and spoilt some time in New York City. The entire trip, described in a most incer- csting fashion by Mrs. Owen, consisted of 2,SGo' miles of travel, through 10 states and three provinces. Alter the meeting a delicious tray luncheon was .served oy Uie hostess, assisted oy Mrs. ualpn Lo'.ely fail flowers d m deecr-iting the The piano solo, "Melody of Love," was played by Miss Margaret Rasmussen of the Ludington group and the local Junior choir sang the selections, "^ Heavens Are Telling" and ' of the society, announced Oct. | Teach Me Thy Will." The choir i 31 as the date of the annual was accompanied at the piano supper of the group. Friends and members are invited to attend this function. It was also announced that the Four Square club intends to l hold a rummage sale on Satur- evening i day, Oct. 28. A social hour concluded the afternoon, at which time delicious assorted cakes and coffee were served by Mrs. Boseker, Mrs. M. Pauls'en, Mrs. James Wilkins and Mrs. Irving Parrott. Annual Election Is Held by Team The monthly meeting of the Royal Neighbor drill team was held recently at the home of Miss Jane Hamilton, 305 Second street. Members of the Fifth squad, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Miss Ann Findling, Miss Mary Pavledes and Miss Hamilton, acted as hostesses. The annual election of officers was held at this time. Executive group for the coming year names as president, Miss Findling; vice president, Mrs. Arthur Graeger, and secretary-treasurer, Miss Edith Schwartz, who was re-elected to this position. The mystery package for the evening was brought by Miss Rose Kobetich and was awarded to Mrs. Arthur Graeger. It was decided that the next Meeting will be in the form of a ing, the group adjourned downstairs in the church, where a number of amusing games were played and coffee was served before the visitors returned to their homes. Women's Society Holds Meeting , . The Women's society of The address and the opinions of the! Community church held its reg- hard-times party, to be held on Nov. 29 with mesibers of the First squad as hostesses. At the conclusion of the business meeting, the retiring president, Mrs. Garman Winey, thanked all of the team members for their splendid co-operation during her incumbency. Later in the evening, pinochle was played with first prize being won by Mrs. Arthur Graeger and low by Mrs. John Elias. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. in the Mrs. Shelaon. were iise home. Guests Mr ular meeting recently church parlors. Mrs. Clyde Rowe and Clare Phillips acted as devotional leaders at this meeting. Mrs. Rowe read a beautiful service entitled "What Does Ameri- Arthur Jeppesen, Miss Ruth An-j ca Need?", accompanied by ap- derson and Mrs. Lawrence Cab- \ propriate hymns. The prayer ot. The society wishes at this service was read by Mrs Phil- time to give a vote of thanks to; lips. Mrs. Nels Lund. Mrs. Rinehart A-iderson. Mrs. Anna White and Mrs. Andrew Fonnesbeck, who prepared the meal. The tables at which the sup- i per was served were attractively 1 decorated for the occasion with fail flowers. During the supper. [ the Muskegon society enter-j tnined with a number of humor-! ous skits and vocal selections. | During a recreational period i after the supper, a number of the young people enjoyed a, "•-let-together" walk about Lud- i inrton. ! The evening meeting was! opened with the singing of a : hvir.n. following which Miss! •*—•*•—#—# -- -x— #—#—•>(•ENTERTAINMENT Thursday Evening Oct. 26—8:00 p.m. St- Simons Auditorium Everyone Welcome! * I * * I * I * I *—#—#—#—# . Mrs. Paul H. Clark, chairman, introduced the speaker for the i afternoon, Mrs. Herban of S'um- ! mit. who chose as her topic. | "The Religious Life of Czecho- of the occasion were A. J. Jej'ferics and Mrs. F. M. of i-cnt\v.uer. iVUs.s Irene .. and M;^j L^ura Mothers' Club Is Entertained by Mrs. Anna Ereon Members of the St. Simon's band mothers' club enjoyed the regular meering of the •ii'ganiza- tion he!d or. Tuesday afternoon f,t the home of Mrs. Anna Zi'cun, : 010 West Ludin:;ton avenue. ', Alter the short bu-sine.ss .r.cet- ; ;ng. pinrx'hle wa-; played with Mrs. Earl Morrison wir.i'inr; h;r;h .score. The ilternocp.'s inysiery p.tck-i'^e was awarded to Mrs C. F. Wad el. Officers elector! at this meeting included: President. A^r.--. Anna Ereoti; vice prc.sident. Mrs. E. T. Mnrnson: secretarv. ?vlr.s. 'V. F. Foniei, anil treasurer. Mrs. Hri-'onrt Engfer. It w-s announced that the No- vr;vibo;- meeting of the club will be hold at the home of Mr.s. C. F. V.'.uie! with Mrs. Fred Erickson S". and Mr< Harry Dues a.-i co- ho-'e^e-:. This meeting \ v ill be o;:r:i M members and friends. J.'- - V. - - .V- - - -V. - V — . *- .V. V A' -VI ., - - i • .. . > - • vr ,\ ~?r "A* i RUMMAGE SALE and * * FALL FESTIVAL * * •'* ; Sponsored by the '\ * Junior Townscnd * ' Club No. 2 , ! * SATURDAY, OCT. 28. * : ' ; :H ... 0 a. m. at the * Masonic Building. * PRESCRIPTIONS Your prescription is not a mere scrap of paper It represents your physician's instructions to us—his treatment depends materially on the selection and proper compounding of high grade medicine. We dispense only the highest type products. In this pharmacy only registered-by-law pensers are entrusted with the intricate of compounding. Lewis Drug Store dis- care Wangen Building Several amusing games were played during the evening with prizes being awarded to Mrs Ruby Jensen, Mrs. Junius Houk and Miss Margaret Peterson. The winners later presented, their prizes to the honoree. Mrs. Kinney received a number of delightful miscellaneous gifts for her new home. Later in the evening a delicious .luncheon was served by the hostess. Those present were Mesdames Harold Fitch, Welland Kinney Arlington Houk, Kenneth Kibbey, Maurice Kistler, Ralph Kistler, Roland Mailory, Jerome Jorisson, Robert Maynard, Elmer Peterson Sr., E. A. Kinney, Maurice Brown, Roy VanNortwick, Grace Hull, Ruby Jensen, Alice Hull, L. A. Ruegsegger, F. Oliver Drake, John Houk, Junius Houk and Misses Rhea Jensen, Ruth Peterson, Ruth Brown, Margaret Peterson; the guest of honor, Mrs. Kinney, and the hostess, Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. R. Chadwick Is Hostess to Literary Group The regular meeting of the Junior Literary club was held on Monday evening; at the home of Mrs. Reginald Chadwick at Hamlin lake. At the conclusion of a brief business meeting, the evening •was. spent in playing bridge. High score was won by Miss Evelyn Lunde and low by Mrs Car] Hawley. 1 Refreshments, with decorations carried out in a gay Hallowe'en motif, were served >by, the hostess, Mrs. Chadwick, " at the close of the evening. 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