The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 26, 1939 · Page 2
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Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 26, 1939
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»AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements Crisp, Tender Cookies New L.H.S. Honor Roll Includes 96 Students The Ludington high school honor roll for the first marking perjod of the first semester of the new school year was announced todiay for publication by C. H. Schantz, principal of the high school. As in the past, membership on the honor roll is based on academic achievement, recorded by & grading scale of from A, denoting excellence, to F, denoting failure. Combined with the academic grading system is a • scale for rating citizenship, the number 1 indicative of highest standing. The high record of all-A's and all-l's was made for this marking period by Joseph Chvala, 10th grade student. The all-A record was achieved by Walter Arndt. Sophomore class, and by Donald i Johnson, Senior class I The honor roll for this period | stands as follows: I Freshman class: LeMoyne j Almquist, Gordon Anderson, ! Maxine Barton, Aliece Eitenier, i Shirley Eller, William Eller,' Grace Gillespie, Boyd Granger • Ruth Gust, Violet Halverson, Barbara Hamilton, Mary Hartley, Doris Holt, Betty Jeppesen, Ignore Laidlaw, Carolyn Newberg. Allan Parker, Phyliss Paulsen, Ruth M. Petersen, Marilynn Schroeder, Jeanne Soneral, Clarice Stolker, Edward Stremski and Ruth Yeck. Sophomore class: Irene Anderson, Jayne Anderson, -Walter Arndt, James Ball, Phyllis Carlson, Joseph Chvala, Victoria Ezdebski, Philip Gosling, Phyllis Hawley, Carleen Hemmerling, Earl Herban, Dorothy Holm- strpm, Norma Jergeson, Joan Martin, Lorraine Miller George Palm, Roger Patterson, Saturnia Rinkevicz, Dorothy Soule Ruby Soule, Shirley Strahan, Doris Vogel and Donald Young. Junior class: Aileen Alstrom, Betty J. Anderson, Mary Jane Burch, Donald Carlson, Lorraine Chvala, Robert Davis, Vernon LYRIC THEATER— Presents "Fast and Furious" with Franchot Tone and Ann iSothern; and Carole Lombard, [ Gary Grant and Kay Francis in, ! "In Name Only" with Charles i Coburn. Nella Walker, Jonathan i Hale and Helen Vinison. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. IIAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. TOD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS- OLD-FASHIONED SUGAR COOKIES Roller skating. # Margaret Hunter Becomes Bride of Herbert Craig at Simple Service A quiet evening service, solemnized at 7:30 o'clock on Oct. 16 in the rectory of St. Simon's i Catholic church, united in mar- j riage Miss Margaret Hunter, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wil- i Jliam J. Hunter of 210 South Delia (Street, and Herbert Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Craig of Milwaukee. Rev. Francis J. Branigan, vicar of the church. conducted the service in the presence of the immeditae relatives of the couple. ' Miss Margaret Gallagher acted as bridesmaid and Leonard Rath attended Mr. Craig as groomsman. The bride was charming in a street-length frock in burnt sugar shade, fashioned with elbow-length sleeves and lucking at the shoulders and waistline. Her accessories were also in the lent was begun. The prize In this burnt sugar shade and her flow- | game was won by Margaret Mary ers were pink roses and baby 1 "-"-- • --<• chrysanthemums in a shoulder corsage. Miss Gallagher chose a street- length frock in navy blue, styled with a pleated skirt and white V«j l cup Spry i/ri/ 1 /*-- trt'tintt-ti shortening) teaspoon salt teaspoon grated lemon ii'ml t cup sugar 2 onys, \vrll beaten 2 tablespoons milk 2 cup? silted flour 1 teaspoon baking pmvtler H !casi»oon soda Members of the Girl Scout troops of Lakeview school and First Methodist church were entertained on Wednesday evenintr with a delightful Hallowe'en party, held at the Lakeview school building. The guests were dressed in gay costumes and masks and a hilarious guessing game to name the largest number or girls pres- Seventy-five local young people were present at a gay Hal- lowe'en party, - J " ballroom on mittee to work with the ways and means committee to provide entertainment for the party. After the business meeting, seven tables of pinochle were played with high prize being won by Mrs. Paul Marks and low by Miss Ellen Johnson. The mystery package for the evening was awarded to Miss Eda Millgard. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served by a collar and cuffs. Her accessories were matching and she wore .1 corsage of roses and baby chrysanthemums. Immediately after mony. a , . and Mrs. Hunt- xi°,n ai ' d 5 ath r£ nd , M , L ? S McDonald. The table —«.».», .twhsv* u J-^«.VAO, vciuuu ; . , ~-.^ ~. ~ Fitch, Thora Hansen, Arlene | was appointed in white and cen- if _i, Lois Holstrom, Geraldine Johnson, William Klemm, Evelyn Knudsen, Ruth McClellan, Joyce O'Connell, Marjorie Olson, Peggy Parrott, Jacqueline Peterson and Lorraine Pioszak. Senior class: Arlene Anderson, Marjorie Anderson, Helen Arndt Helen Bark, Charles Bashawi Geraldine Boreson, Mavis Bret- sch.neider, Doris Caswell, William Cater, Marguerite Christenson, Dorothy Cole, Dick Daron, with a large white wedding cake. After a brief motor trip, Mr. and Mrs. Craig are at home to their friends at 309 East Filer street. Mrs. Hunter is a graduate of St. Simon's high school of the class of 1933. Mr. Hunter, who is employed on the Pere Marquette Railway Carferry lines,, attended schools «in Milwaukee. • * McKay. Another prize was won by Jacque Lou Lemire and a number of other games were enjoyed. • Later in the evening the group j sang Scout songs and the party j was concluded with the serving i of refreshments. Troop leaders who headed the ; various" committees were- Decor- ' the cere- jations, Mrs. Harold Vanlngen of Lakeview troop; refreshments, Mrs. Mevton Rasmussen of Lakeview troop; games. Miss Olga Messenger of the Methodist troop, and clean-up, Miss Lavina Mier of the Methodist troop. Combine Spry, salt, lemon rind, and nutmeg, and blend. Add sugar gradually and cream well. Add beaten eggs and milk and mix well. Sift flour with baking powder and soda. Add to creamed mixture, blending well. Drop from teaspoon on baking sheets greased with Spry. (Or press through pastry bag.) Let stand a few minutes, then flatten cookies by stamping with a glass covered with a damp cloth. Sprinkle with sugar. Hake in moderately hot oven (375 F.1 S to 12 minutes. Makes 3' j do/en. ••:->:/> :n this recipe art Intl) 35 Tables Are Played At Eagles' Card Party The .second of the series of pinochle parties .sponsored by Ludingtcn aerie No. 1354, Fraternal Order 01 Eag:os, was held on Wednesday evening at the Eagles hall. Thirty-five tables of pinochle were played, it was reported. First prize for the evening was won by Mrs. Harry Peterson and Eugene Matron and second prize was awarded to Mrs. Odel Berg and Frank Kotecki. At the conclusion of the game, a delicious luncheon was served by a committee and later dancing was enjo>i-cl. The next party of the series will be played" on Wednesday evening. Nov. 8. at the Eagles' hall. held at Moonlit I committee" inclu"ding""Mrs! John Wednesday eve- Brockhaus, Mrs. Ernest Wigren, -•=• , „ .. , , Mrs. Justin Wigren" and Mrs. The hall was attractively dec- Burley Jury, orated for the occasion with ap- * # #. tothescheme! Announce Further Marquette Names Nine further memberships in the Pere Marquette Memorial association have .been received, it was announced this morning. Four are from persons residing outside Mason county. Complete list of new memberships is as follows: The evening was spent in dancing and in playing games and a floor show was enjoyed. Selections of the show included a tap dance by Marian Olsen, ! the songs. "An Apple for the j Teacher" and "South of the I Border," sung by Geraldine Mc; Coy: "If I Didn't Care," sung by i Arvice McCoy and "The Barrel Song," played upon the mando- Full: Mr. and Mrs. Freeman R. Stearns, Washington Camp .No. 52, Royal, Neighbors of TWm-p thp spi-vino- nf rpfrpOi Ameri ca; George Young, Wai- ^^^^-\^;&S%^?gS£; Co., Fostoria. Ohio. Associate: Elizabeth C. Sellner, Detroit: Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Larsen, Scottville. lin, guitar and mouth organ by j Ted Van, Russel LeClair and j Richard Hallberg. Roger ; panied at the piano by Manchester, was enjoyed. Doughnuts, cider, apples and candy were served at the close of the evening. Music for dancing was furnished by a music machine, lent for the occasion through the courtesy of Wallace Kuras. The musical games, enjoyed during the evening, were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Godfrey Hallberg. * The party was sponsored by Miss Betty Van, Miss Geraldine McCoy and Miss Rose Frjjere. 40 Members Attend Meeting Of Rebekahs and Mrs. Max Cory, secretary- treasurer. Miss Maxine Lovett and Mrs. Glen Fisher, leaders, presented the first lesson in the series on "Remodelling of Ready-Made Garments."' Pentwater school children are enjoying a vacation today and Friday while Superintendent W. R. Bush and members of the school faculty are attending the meetings of the Michigan Educational association in session in Grand Rapids. Lewis Maynard has accepted a position as assistant to Postmaster V. P. Weidensee, beginning his duties in the post office this week. Mr Maynard succeeds Mrs. B. W. Wilbur, who has resigned after holding the position for the past 17 years. Mrs. Edgar Chad'wick and two children have returned to their home In Manistee after spending some time as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Chadwick. A falling meteorite ended a Central American revolution in 1906, it is claimed. The meteorite struck the revolutionary leader in his tent and killed him. SPECIAL Hot Fudge and Butterscotch Sundaes lOc LAGESEN'S BAKERY Pentwater Home Extension Group Recently Organized PENTWATER.—A Pentwater Home Extension group was formed Friday evening. Oct. 20, when 20 women met in the home economics room of the high school to organize and discuss plans for making use of the course of study offered women of Oceana county this year by Extension department of Michigan State college. Mrs. Wyman Chadwick was elected chairman of the group FISH FRY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS OLD HICKORY INN *-*-*-*-# - * * I * * I *—# SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE Misses & Women's Coats, Sizes 12 to 22, Prices begin at Girls' Sizes G to 14, Prices begin at $3.75 Snow Suits, Prices begin at WOLVERINE SPORTSWEAR CO. 231 E. Dowland St. (Over Hume Grocery Company) *—#—*—#—:Jf ; * I I : Two Local Women | Will Act as Ushers I Word has been received that i Miss Mary Frances Reek, daugh- j ter of Mrs. Daisy Reek of 109 South Washington avenue, and Miss Patricia Matthews, daugh- , ter of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Mat- Beginning on Sunday, Oct. 29,j tnp ws of 713 Ludington and continuing until Sunday,'avenue, have been Nov. 5, a series of. special devp- ' 5tll/ -'°" f "^°-- Special Services to Be Presented by Bethany Church I Forty members were present at the regular meeting of Luriing- ton lodge No. 87. Rebt-kahs. held on Wednesday evening at I.O.O.F. hall. During the business meeting I Mrs. William Anderson, who at- I tended the Ri'bekah convention i held on Oct. 1G, 17 and 13, gave 'her official report. It was announced that the next Rebekah Assembly will be held at Ann Arbor in October, 1940. Announcement was a!.;o made that a card party will be sponsored by the I.O.O.F. lodge and bv rhe Rebekah lodge on Nov. 10. Mrs. Emil Stahl. Mrs. William ! *—*--*• Jensen. Mrs. Emil VanAelst. Mrs. Edwin Moline and Mrs. Fred C. Schroeder were chosen on a com- *-—#--#—*_# RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY. OCT. 28th. Starting at 9:30 a. m. ROEHRIG BUILDING Opposite Ludington State Bank. Sponsored by Court Ludington 745, Catholic Daughters of America. #•-#—#—#— son, .uoroiny uoie, Dick Daron, ^ =r~^ ^ Ruth Dickey, Eleanor Evans, 1 1 -J Q V tWPllf Bena French, Russell Houk Don- ura J -LA till aid Johnson, Lois Johnson/Phyllis Johnson, Betty Lindquist, Dale Hasten, Marian Meisenheimer, Marjory Millwood,_ Ruth Opitz, Miss R. Anderson tional services will be held" at Bethany Methodist church. The first of the series will be held on Sunday morning, Oct. 29, at the regular 10:45 o'clock service, at which time Rev. J. M. Beckstrom, district superintendent of Chicago, will be guest _. ----- ..„„„, Avuvti ^SJJIM, Miss Violet Lindquist was host- i aent or unica^o win he miest Helen Sergesen, Kathryn Shep- ess on Tuesday evening at a de- I sneaker At the 7-30 o'clock ev! pard Marjorie Sievertson, Lee lightful shower, held at her home I nin- service on this Sundav VanderVeer. .T^nnp w.k M »^ ' R ev ° HE Taylor of ScottvUle a returned mis ioLry from dec- ' ^uthern Rhodesia, wl?l occupy VanderVeer, Jeanne Wiegand and Lorraine Yonkovit. * * * Miss U. Yeskey Is Honored At Shower Miss Evelyn Maternowski entertained at her home recently with a delightful shower honoring Miss Ursula Yeskey, a bride , at 408 North Gaylord avenue' in RUth Anderson ' elected as* student ushers for the Alumni.. Anniversary' dinner to be giv'eii at the University of Michigan on Oct. 27. The function will honor Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven. who has just completed 10 years of service as president of the university. More than 2.500 alumni and friends will attend the dinner, it is °xopftpcl. of the near future. Airplane bunco was played orated for the occasion with fall flowers. During the evening an amusing scrap book was made for the honor guest. Later, a dainty luncheon was served at a table appointed in yellow. Miss Lindquist was assisted in servin°- by her mother, Mrs. H. E. Lindquist. Miss Anderson was the recipient of a number of attractive gifts. Those present included Misses HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 PINTS A DAY during the evening, with prizes being won by Mrs. Anthony Chvala, Mrs. Lawrence Cabot and Miss Ursula Yeskey. Later, a delicious luncheon was served at a table decorated in Hallowe'en colors with clever appointments to match. The honoree was presented with a lovely collective gift. Those present were Mesdames Anthony Chvala, Lawrence CaBot, Edward Cabot, Alvin Maternowski, Frederick Schott, Joseph Betka, Joseph Korbelar Mac Laird, John Utz, Carl Graber, David Szymanski and Miss Adeline Maternowski; the hon- pree, Miss Yeskey; and the hostess, MissJSvelyn Maternowski. Women's * build Is Entertained * on Wednesday '-> Mrs. Jacob Abrahamson, 503 •JtoUth Washington avenue, was ostess Wednesday afternoon to &TOembers of the Women's of Grace Episcopal wrch, at the regular meeting ! the society. &t this time, arrangements completed for a church P, to be served in the Guild Friday, Nov. 3. Mrs. Ja- rahamson and Mrs. W. H. •will act as co-chairmen e supper and will be ashy Mrs. C. W. Perry, Mrs. Quail and Mrs. Fred Her"( invitation has 'been ex»all women of this par- j>$d the Regional meet?omen Of Ocace church- in Grace church at on Tuesday, Oct. mbers of the local to attend, it was the afternoon, ' ents were Mrs. Ab- Dorothy Beatrice Anderson, Hesslund. Marian and Mary Pearson, Ruth Safe, June Zemke. Aileen Alstrom, Ida Marie Anderson, Ann Henry, Bertha Lexen, Naomi Anderson; the honoree, Miss Ruth Anderson, and the hostess, Miss Lindquist * * * Among some tribes of American Indians sticks given to witnesses of a marriage are broken in case of a divorce. i the pulpit. Rev. Taylor, who will! : return to his post at an early i ! date, will show pictures to ex- | i plain the missionary field. , ! On Tuesday evening, Oct. 31,! i Rev. Beckstrom will be the!-| Speaker, While On the follOWin cr \ 'Jortor.s sayyourkjdm-ys contain IT, miles of I .: Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- i ti^Z^^^n^^, I day evenings, Rev. Erling Ed- ! --XCL-SS acids an.l poisonous wast.- from your i wardsen, pastor of the church,' blood - Th ">' " : will speak. i The series will close with the : regular services on Sunday, Nov. 5. The general theme of the ser, vices will be "The Christian ! Life" and there will be special ; music, provided by the Bethi any Methodist choir and male ! chorus, with each service. j The public is cordially invited i to attend these services. #—-:*-#--•#—# — *-—*—*— ANNUAL' CHICKEN DINNER at Victory Community Hall Given By Trinity Lutheran Ladies' Aid Sunday, Oft .29. Price 50c. Serving from 12:30 PENTWATER THEATRE TONIGHT Here's one of the best pictures, most entertaining you'll see all : i winter. ' | Wallace Beery, Chester Norris, ! | Virginia Grey, Douglas :(: I Dutnbrille "THUNDER AFLOAT" . help most people pass about pints a ilay. j \Yhen disorder of kidney function permit? poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause naming backache, rheumatic pains, j ley pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up ' nights, swelling, puftiness under the eyes. ' headaches and dizziness. Frerjuent or scanty passages with smarting anil burning some.; times shows there is something wrong with i your kidneys or bladder. I Don't wait.' Ask your Hriit'sist for Doan'? : Pills, used successfully by millions foro-. ej-.jij years. They give happy relief and will help the I l.'i miles of kidney tubes flush out poisono •, , j waste from yourblood. Get I'Joan's Pills Unlay and ask for new money-saving Family Size. Examination of mummies shows that many ancients died of hardening of the arteries. Fresh Lake Trout Perch, Oysters, Shrimp Frog Legs, Lobster Tails Smoked and Canned Fish WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR • SALT • SUNDRIES • PAPER BAGS • WRAPPING PAPER • GUM • TAPE TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY STEVE GODIN Wholesale Only WE WANT A TOUCHDOWN/ And who doesn't? You can score by serving • Plankinton's Globe Pure Pork Sausage for breakfast, luncheon, or buffet suppers. Your guests will enjoy its delightful tang. Order Some Today APPEAL TO AUTUMN APPETITES WITH PLANKINTON'S GLOBE PURE PORK SAUSAGE PLANKINTON PACKING COMPANY Milwaukee, Wisconsin *Ask your dealer for free recipe folder. WHY NOT BUY NOW for CHRISTMAS! Stand Lamps $6.25 V I I V Si C Way, with beautiful silk tailored shades, only Same lamp with footlight ,$7.75 STUDIO COUCHES We offer the best bargains in Ludington. Variety of colors to choose from, all quality. KNEE HOLE DESKS, ~~ Beautiful oak panel finish, large drawers $19.50 BOB'S Robert Johnson, Prop. NEW AND FURNITURE USED STORE 501 E. DOWLAND STREET For (.lie past four years with Obel's Furniture Store I 1 GRENADIER COAL • Full of Heat • Easy to Handle • Hard in Structure • Exceptionally Clean IF YOU WANT QUALITY COAL BURN GRENADIER! Fill Your Coal Bin Before Cdld Weather Catches You Unprepared! Dan Soli and Go. PHONE South end of Washington Ave. bridge. PHONE 721 "Once Coaled by us—Never Cold Agaut" 7X1 Our Annual Canned Food Sales Is On Buy now before we are forced to sell at the present high market price We are listing only a few "of the many items on our special sale. CORN Del Monte golden bantam cream style, O<€ OC .. doz. cans tpJL.AItJ 90c CORN, Del Monte whole kernel, CORN, First Call. Golden bantam PEAS, Goody Goody, doz. cans <P doz. cans 04 V J.« PEAS, Rose brand, Sweet Gerber's, Green Giant, doz. cans SPINACH, Del Monte, No. 2 cans doz. SPINACH. Del Monte, No. 2'/2 cans doz. SUCCOTASH, Del Monte, doz. cans BEANS, Gerbers, fi»J < small green doz. cans V-"-*^ KIDNEY BEANS, fi»-f A A O»4 AA Monarch, . .doz. «?••••"" Stokley's, doz. V-*-«UU PINEARPLE, sliced or crushed, Del Moiite, No. 2 cans. O-f QA No. 2>/2 cans dozen «K JL«5Fv dozen PEACHES, Del Monte, melba, No. 21/ 2 cans doz. cans PEARS, Del Monte, Cartlett, fl»4 ry f* No. 2 can doz. V•»•• / 9 No. Z\' 2 cans doz. <&£•£& .00 2' Da S.37c ux .___ INCLUDES THIMBLE, CHALK, NEEDLE. THREAD, PINS FOR ONLY 10* AND ONE LUX BOX TOP (LARGE SIZE) TOILET TISSUE, 1,000 sheet rolls IODIZED SALT, •UIU IIH 6 for 25c 3 ££. 20c SUNRRITE CLEANSER, RAISINS, PUMPKIN, large cans .... CRISCO OR SPRY, 4 3 3 TAPIOCA, quick cooking 1 , . . HEINZ SOUPS, most varieties . . CAMPBELL'S SOUPS, most varieties, . MACARONI or SPAGHETTI,' cans Ibs. for Ib. can 2 3 cans POPCORN, yellow, .... HOMINY GRITS, 3 3 cans 2-lb. pkgs. Ibs. pkgs. 25c 25c 49c 15c 25c 25c 25c 20c 25c —MEATS— LAMB ROAST, yearling shoulder ..., SLICED BACON, broken slices PORK LIVER, sliced, . LAMB CHOPS! yearling rib or loin FRESH SIDE PORK, any size piece PORK ROAST, lean center cut BOILING BEEF, lean short ribs Ib. PORK SAUSAGE, Old Plantation style seasoned LARGE BOLOGNA, sliced OYSTEiRS, ;. solid pack ,b ioc ,b IOC ,„ n, lOc lOc 12c 17c 2 2 ,„,. 29c ,„, 29c Pt 23c GIBBS' MARKET We Cut The Price But The Quality «VV%WWVWVWWtfWVWVVV

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