The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 27, 1939 · Page 2
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 2

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 27, 1939
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E TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1939. SOCIETY SCHOOL FOR IL DUCE'S YOUNGEST Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Charles Laughton in "Jamaica Inn" with Maureen Local Delegate to State PT-;°' Hara and Leslie Banks. A Meetings Is Chosen to JOSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Office ' ^ . i Dancing. Four local Parent-Teacher as- i mrKiiRV~iwv soclatlon officers attended the| OLD HICKORY INN— state PT-A meetings and elec- j tion of officers, held in connection with the annual Teachers' 'U«IVII?IT'C T \K~V siiinnv iivnv Institute in progress In Grand HAMELL S LAKE SHORE INN Rapids. Dancine These officers were Mrs. Geraid F. Swarthout, president of TODD-L-INN the Lakeview school PT-A: Mrs.; T.'J. Barber, president of the St. i Dancing. Simon's school PT-A; Mrs. Ar-j thur Cross, president of the'RAINBOW GARDENS— Ludington PT-A council, and Dancing. have been in government, Mrs. Merton Rasmussen, chairman of the membership committee of the Lakeview PT-A arid last year's president of the PT-A council. In Region 4, which includes! Ludington and Mason county,: Mrs. Rasmussen was elected 1 sixth vice president in charge of i home service. Mrs. Cross served | on the board in charge of the; election. , All of the local delegates returned to their homes in Lud- ing'ton on Thursday evening •with the exception of Mrs. Cross, who planned to attend further' meetings today. Roller skating. - * * # Anna Maria Mussolini, right School days ^jegin for Premier Benito Mussolini's yeungest daughter, Anna Maria Mussolini, right, shown with her classmates in elementary school in Rome. AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY # 50 Court Members Enjoy Autumn Party Fifty members of Court Lud- j ington No. 745, Catholic i Daughters of America, were ; entertained on Wednesday eve- j rung with an October party, ' held at James Golden hall. A variety of games and contests was enjoyed during the evening. Prizes were award- ,' ed to Mrs. G. B. Wright, Mrs. ; C. F. Gaudet and Miss Mary \ Cody. I Announcement was -made at i that time of a rummage sale, I to be sponsored by the court i on Oct. 28. < Later in the evening, de- j licious refreshments were serv- ! ed from a table decorated in ! bright autumn colors. ! * * * Mrs. Clarence Kronlein, 416 North Gaylord avenue, was hos- i tess Wednesday evening to the members of the Ludington Sen- ; ior Child Study club. Mrs. Don' Dickey acted as co-hostess at the meeting. In the absence of the presl-1 dnt, Mrs. C. H. SchaTitz, Mrs. Dan Dewey had charge of the! meeting. Reports of the vari- •• ous committees were given and it! was announced tnat the Summit: Child Study club will be the guest of the local Senior club at, its next meeting. At this time, the membership' committee announced tre candidacy of Mrs. Clifford Bate.son, : "who was welcomed into the club. '• After the business meeting.: Mrs. Ole Sivertson and Mrs. Al- ! fred Chinnery conducted a pro- ! gram which included reports of i the state convention of Child i Study clubs, held recently at Mt \ Clemens. \ Later in the evening, delicious. refreshments were served by the ] hostesses. • j A guest of the club upon this I occasion was Mrs. El on Coburn ! of S-cottville. I The next meeting will be held I at the home of Mrs. Joseph Knebl with Mrs. Frank Wagner of Scottville as co-hostess. to Sponsor Party jEvangelica! Church To Observe Event All girls who have been attending the Handicraft classes or who intend to join are reminded of the Hallowe'en party. to be held in the Handicraft I shop on Saturdady evening, Oct. '28, from 7 until 9 o'clock. The shop is located in the basement of the Salvation Army building. Each girl is asked to bring five cents to pay for refreshments. For the past several weeks. weeks, 25 to 40 girls have been meeting on each Wednesday and Thursday afternoon after school. At this time masks, favors and various Hallowe'en decorations, including amusing pine cone cats and corncob witches, have been made. The forms of the masks were modled from field clay, covered with paper and painted. Members of the classes have shown great interest in the work, it was reported, and are looking forward to making Christmas gifts at an early date. The project is sponsored by the Recreation department and supervised by Mrs. F Newberg Mrs o. Crocker and Mrs. G O.' Kribs. * * # Mrs. T, Dubrish Entertains Club Members of the Ladies' Arbeiter. society met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Theodore Dubrish, 801 North Bath avenue. During the business meeting a new. ruling to the effect that a«*fues must be paid by the llrst day of January, was made. I After the business meeting, six tables of pinochle were played with first prize being won by Mrs. John Laird and second by Mrs. Sarah Kupper. At the conclusion of the meeting, delicious refreshments were served .by the hostess. 1 -The next meeting of the society will be held on Nov. 8, at the *"me of Mrs. John Gavan, 607 st Danaher street. BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST—A combined Rally Day service \yill be held this Sunday morning in Washington Avenue Baptist church, it his been announced by Rev. R. E. Omark, pastor. This service will be held at 10 a. m. and will take the place ol the usual Sunday school and morning worship sessions. The opening part of this service will consist of a program presented by the classes of the Sunday school and will be in charge of the Sunday school superintendent, Oscar Nelson. The close of the service will be conducted by Rev. Omark i who will bring an illustrated talk on the tneme "A Latin , Cross." Parents and friends of the Sunday school students are ! cordially invited to attend this union service at 10 a. m. In the evening, the Gospel ney and Lawrence Carrier, while low score was won by Mrs. LeMoyne Cronenwett 'and George Hansen. Success of the affair was due to the efforts of the committee on arrangements, consisting of Mrs. C. O. Dittmer. Mrs. John Gilligan. Mrs. George Hansen. Mrs. Myron Myers and Mrs. Oscar Johnson. The next meeting will be held .at the home of .Mrs. Clarence Dittmer. All members are urged to be present as Mrs. L. Carrier will give a report on the recent state convention. A special Sunday school rally service will be observed at 10:15 o'clock Sunday morning in Evangelical Free church, it was announced today. A program, prepared especially for the occasion, will be • opened with the song, "True to I Our Own," by the congrega- j tion. A Scripture reading and i prayer will be offered by Rev.! Carl G. Nicholson, pastor of the church, after which Miss Barbara Kronlein will give the welcome of the occasion. The Primary department will present a song and Miss Eleanor , Larson's class will also present I a vocal selection. A reading will i be given by Miss Violet Halver- ' son, following which there will be music by a violin ensemble. The program will be closed with a song by the congregation, followed by appropriate remarks by Rev. Nicholson. Members Enjoy Dads' Night Event at Vogel Cottage The Floyd Vogel cottage at Hamlin was the scene on Wednesday evening of a gay party, held by the members of the Ludington Junior Child Studv club in celebration of Dads' ni^ht. The affair was planned as a potluck supper and the guests were served at small tables decorated in the Hallowe'en motif. After the supper. pinochle and Chinese Checkers were played. High score in pinochle was won by Mrs. Garman Wi- Holy Name Society Announces Program The Holy Name society of St. Simon's parish today announced the program for their rally for the Catholic Men ofi Mason county, to be held this i Sunday, Oct. 29, at St. Simon's j Catholic church. Arrangements were completed this week to present with John W. Babcock of Detroit, who will deliver the principal address, two musicians who are well- known in Detroit but who have not previously, appeared in Ludington. They are H. O'Reilly Clint, a musical composer who! numbers among his compositions the American Legion son?. "Step by Step," and Louis Wood, a singer who appears frequently with Mr. Clint as a member of the State Program Committee of the Knights of Columbus organization. Reservations already received indicate a large number of men from Ludington and the county will attend and these persons are instructed to assemble in the St. Simon's school building at 8:15 o'clock Sunday morning. Confessions will be heard on Friday evening from 7:30 until 9 o'clock; on Saturday from 3 until 5 p. m. and from 7:30 until 9 p. m. and on Sunday morning starting at 8 o'clock. service will be conducted at the usual 7:30 o'clock time, when the pastor will give another in the series of sermons on the theme of John 3:16. The topic this Sunday will be "That He Gave." A cordial invitation is extended to all interested persons to attend these services. COMMUNITY THE COMMUNITY —The sermon, "Christian Stewardship," will be delivered by Rev. Paul H. Clark at the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service in The Community church this Sunday. The service of music will include the anthem. "Father in Heaven" bv Brings, sung by the chancel choir, and the orsan selections, •Melody in D" by Williams, "Adagio" by Anding and "Marcia Pomposa" by Rockwell, played by Mrs. Myrtle Hollinger. A church nursery, under the supervision of the Mary and Martha circle, will be held at 10:45 a. m. for the convenience of parents who desire to attend the morning worship service. The church school will meet at 9:30 a. m. and at 6 p. m. there will be a meeting of the Young People's society in the churchhouse. Miss Carolyn Newberg will lead the worship and Miss Betty Lindquist will conduct the discussion. LUTHERAN BETHANY LUTHERAN —The morning worship service will be held at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning in Bethany Lutheran church, at which time Rev. John Christensen will deliver a sermon on the topic. "A Nobleman Met the Ma'ster." A special service of music, including organ prelude and offertory played by Mrs. Carl Seller and an anthem by the choir, will accompany this worship. The Sunday school and Bible classes will convene at 9:30 a. m. and Rev. Christensen will address all the classes on the topic, "When Christ Came to Bethany." Miss Barbara Hamilton will be in charge of this service. years what they religion, ethics, science and art. Next Sunday will also be the twentieth anniversary of the beginning of Rev. Landin's ministry in Emanuel Lutheran church. Cut of the text for the day, Romans 5:1-8, Rev. Landin will preach on the theme, "The Message of God to the World of Today." The choir will render music appropriate to the character of the day's observance. Report will be made in Sunday school of the progress of the sale of the little red hearts for the benefit of the three Homes of Children which are maintained ^y the Illinois conference of the Augustana Synod. The Sunday school session will commence at 9:30 a. m. Following the regular worship service at 10:-a. m.. a second service in Swedish will be held at 11:15 a. m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN — English services will be held in St. John's Lutheran church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. This service will be preceded by a German service at 9:30 o'clock. In both services the events of the Reformation will be considered. The topic of the sermon i will be "Thank God for Luther." The Sunday school will meet for its regular session at 10 a. m. • METHODIST" BETHANY METHODIST — Rev. J. M. Beckstrom. district superintendent of Chicago, will preach at the 10:45 "o'clock : morning worship service in ; Bethany Methodist church this Sunday. This service will mark the beginning of a series of special devotional meetings which i will continue over Sunday. Nov. • D. 1 At the 7:30 o'clock evenin°- service. Rev. H. E. Taylor will be : present and will show pictures from the mission field. The choir will sing at the morning service and the male chorus will furnish music at the evening service. Mrs. Carlton Benson will be at the organ. Rev. Erling Edwardsen will have charge of the services. The Sunday school session will be held at 9:30 a. m. under the superintendency of Jacob Luncle. Rev. Beckstrom will ad- dress the children. FIRST METHODIST — The sermon by Rev. C. E. Pollock this Sunday at the 11 o'clock morning worship service, will be on the topic, "The Serpent's Bite." This day is World Temperance Sunday and the morning will be given to a consideration of this problem. At this service the Ladies' Trio will sing the selection. "Come Uutc Me" by Ash- frrd. Organ selections, played by Mrs. Dan V. Dewey, will include ' Cantique D'Am our" by Tolhurst, "Plaint" by Hogan and Alletiio Con Molo" by Shepherd. The public i.<= cordially invited to attcivl this special service. A motion picture, entitled "The Pay Ofi", will be shown at 7.30 p m. in Giaj hall. This is a temperance pu,ture and fits into the lunicrance Sunday; program. Adrn^s on to this pic- tui-e showing is free. A free-will offering will be received to de-1 fray the expenses of the eve- ( ning. An invitation is extended to the public to witness the; showing. i Rev. William H. Helrigel, district superintendent of the Grand Traverse district of the | Methodist church, will assist in local Methodist church work and services in the church for one week, beginning on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Rev. Helrigel will, speak at the various division,! class and departmental meetings, at a general Church Night program on Nov. 3 and r at the Sunday services on Nov. 5. * •* * Custer Churches ST. MARY'S AND MISSIONS (Rev. VVm. Veisnoraitis, rector) Carr Settlement: Mafcs—8 a. m. Custer: Mass—10:30 a. m. FREE METHODIST (Rev. R. G. Calkins, pastor) Sunday school—2 p. m. Preaching—3 p. m. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN (Rev. L. H. Prowaiit, pastor) RELIEFFROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Free BojkTells of HomeTreatmentthat Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Over ono million bottles of tho VTILLARD TREATMENT have boon sold for relief of symptoms of distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulceri duo to Excess Aeld— Poor Digestion. Sour or Upset Stomach, Gasslness. Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc., duo to Excess Acid. Sold on 15 (lays'trial I Ask for "Wlllard's Message" which fully explains tills treatment,— (ree —at I.KWIS DRLT. STOKE Wangcn Huilclini; Sunday school—io a. m. Preaching—11 a. m. CONGREGATIONAL (F. Clements, superintendent) Sunday school— 1.0 a. m. FRESH, DELICIOUS Chocolate Covered Peanuts 15c pound MORRIS 5c, lOc to $1 STORE HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy - Phone 55 We Deliver Sale Ends Saturday Night. Hurry! Hurry r FROSTY FRUIT /I Q A ICE CREAM CAKE Ivt/ 12 Cup Cakes FREE AT LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY j * •a--*---*—* — *—*—#—*AFTER TONIGHT'S GAME Dance Orchestra AT HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN ALSO SAT. NIGHT FINE BEERS, LIQUORS, WINES & SOFT DRINKS NO COVER CHARGE EMANUEL LUTHERAN — Emanuel Lutheran church will observe next Sunday as Reformation Sunday, it was announced by Rev. J. A. Landin, pastor of the church. Oct. 31,: 1517, marked the epoch-making beginnings of the Protestant, movement, out of which came so much of that which has made the past more than 400 -*—-v—* — #—#—#—«. -X— -X- — -X- — * — w FISH FRY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS ; : * * OLD HICKORY INN *!* v.vwv-.wv f LADIES' AND MEN'S DRESS SHOES Broken lots 97c our BARGAIN BASEMENT i , Prices begin SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE Misses & Women's Coats. Sizes 12 to 22, Prices begin at Girls' Sizes 6 to 14, at $3.98 Snow Suits, fi»O Prices begin at «PO« WOLVERINE SPORTSWEAR CO. 231 E. Dowland St. (Over Hume Grocery Company) \ A CHANCE FOR \ EXTRA PROFITS Mr. Retailer We Carry a Complete line of Cellophane Paper £ in a variety of colors. It is a good profit making item. $ Ask one of our salesmen. RAP-IN-WAX .; Contains valuable coupons for churches, lodges and societies H. C. 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Salel Girls' 98c Sweaters 77' Long or short sleeves all wool (extra warm) with trim, ribbed wrists and waist. 7-16. Salel 1,98 Flannel Skirts Save 50c in Ward Week! Sale! 1«» Millinery Mhitt' and Womtn't 1 19 Buy two and save $1! Bustle backs, postilion crowns and all the newest styles—Ward Week , priced. Clever flatterers in black, vintage, greens too. 1,77 i. All wool flannel, with pleats, gores, flares! Most are slide fastened! Newest colors. 24-34. 98c New Fall LOWER THAN EVER! Huge assortments in rayon and cotton fabrics, simulated leathers. Salel New Printed Hankies VALUES! Stock up with lots of these good looking, ample sized cottons while you can! Salel 25c Printed Aprons 18 o Save 2lc on three! Famous "Fruit-of-the-Loom" percales. Bibs and coveralls. Tubfast. Salel Girls' ^ } Dresses SPECIAL FOR WARD WEEK! SALE! NEW 1.98 RAYON DRESSES Tailored and Dressy Styles for ^veryone I 1 59 2 for $3 Save 96c on two! Wool- type spun rayons—print- ed or plain. Rayon crepes —trimmed with satin or metallic touches. Each in a new silhouette: little waists with bustle-back bows, back and front fullness! Bodice shirring for feminity! Black, vintage and all the newest shades. Sizes 12 to 20; 38 to 44. WARD WEEK VALUE! SAVE! 47" Regularly S9c! Quality 80-square percales. Poplins. All tubfast; all styles she'll adore! 1-6; 7-14. Salel The big, warm, 25% wool, full crib size (36x50) that keeps baby snug. Rayon taffeta bound. Famous-Name Poplin Prints I Sale! Ottc Dresses Sizes n to 52; 77 C Buy 21 Save 42c! "Fruit-of-the- Loom" and "Graceful Lady" dresses in tubfast cottons. Coat styles, Dutch girl types and others with new full skirts. MONTGOMERY WARD Use Wards convenient Monthly Payment Plan on any purcha»e totaling $10 or more. Buy Nowl Catalog Order Service lavei you money on thouiandi of Itemi not carried In the itore is 103-109 F. Ludington Ave. Phone 158

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