51 ; t I t»ACE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1939. SOCIETY Miss Sewell Is Guest Speaker at Nurses' Annual Banquet at Club Local Amusements BARBARA CARROLL TO W£D SOON LYRIC THEATER— Presents "Jamaica Inn" with Charles Laughton, Maureen O'Hara, Leslie Banks and Emlyn Williams. Also "News." OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. Thirty-five nurses of the Ludington District Nurses' associa- i OLD HICKORY INN— tion were present at their an- | nual .banquet, held on Wednes- Dancing. ^ day evening at Hart Country cjub. j The guests found their places > iHAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. at-long tables decorated with |TODD-L-INN arrangements of red and white j flowers, flanked by tall tapers.: Dancing. The favors and the unique RAINBOW Roller skating •t: placecards also carried out the red and white motif. | Mrs. Esther Knudsen, presi- | dent of the association, introduced the guest speaker of the evening, Miss Olive Sewell, state executive secretary of the Michigan State Nurses' association. Miss Sewell spoke of the Red Cross nursing service and related incidents of her own service in Serbia at the time of the World war. She lias served for eight years in the American Red Cross. Miss Sewell urged all young unmarried nurses to join this service. Miss Sewell also outlined for, and was atten ded by 65 her listeners the plan of group • people insurance for nurses, being in-1 The ' haU wag decorated A gay Hallowe'en party was sponsored on Oct. 20 by the Par- H™"! 41 ? 451 , wa ? f , s ent-Teacher association of St. decorated with Simon's school. The party was held at the school auditorium ! Miss Pearl Rosplock Becomes j Bride of Otto Dresner This i Morning i _.. — ! A quiet service, solemnized at ths early Mass in St. "Mary's church at Custer this morning, united in marriage Miss Pearl RospJock. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Rosplock of 702 Fifth street, and Otto Dresner, South Madiso;.}..street. The vows were read before an altar banked with chrysanthemums in pastel shades bv Rev. 'William Vsisnoraitis, rector of the church. 1 The couple was, attended by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosplock. : brother and sister-ln-iaw of the bride. ; The bride chose a gown of white satin. fashioned with simplicity of line and worn with a fingertip veil of net. -caught by a net coronet. Her flowers were white clirvsanthpmums, tied into an arm bouquet. Mrs. Rosplock, as attendant, wore a floor-length gown of ametftvst chiffon velvet and carried an arm bouquet of large and small chrysanthemums in pale lavender shade. After the ceremony, a breakfast was served to the immediate families of the couple at the home of the bride's parents in Ludington. Pastel chrysanthemums were used hi decorating the home and was served at a table flowers and with a white wedding •sixth years. Mrs. Gus VonGlahn has been | chosen as local leader and also j leader of the third year. | Mrs. D. Young Is Feted at Surprise i I DIAMOND SCHOOL.. — Mrs. ; Dave Young was pleasantly j surprised when members of ; the "Jolly Bunch" club and 1 friends came to help, her cele- ! brate her birthday " Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24. | Progressive pinochle was ; played, Mrs. Christian Thomp,5011 winning high prize, Mrs. :Paul Peterson, second high, ; Mrs. Ferebee, low and Mrs. !John Rosenow, second low. The : prizes were all given to Mrs. ; Young as a birthday' gift. i A lovely luncheon was serv- ied at 5 o'clock, i Those present other than : those already mentioned were •Mrs. Lucy Swimmer, Mrs. Tonido. Mrs. Kusabuski, Mrs. Dole I Thompson, Mrs. Arthur Whit- iaker, Mrs. William Whitaker, Mrs. Albert Biggie and Miss • Eva Peterson. — Central Press Phonephoto Barbara Carroll and Armand Lncrolx Barbara Carroll, whose father, Francis Carroll, and former sweetheart, Paul Dwyer, are serving life terms for the slaying of Dr. and Mrs. James G. Littlefiekl of South Paris, Me., is engaged to wed another. Her new liance, Armand Lacroix, a salesman, is shown with Barbara. will be Mr. and Mrs. Dresner young a t home to their friends after a brief wedding trio at their vp-d-iP-ntpH hv «IP =ltatp Nurses' i n.""" """ "T, -^"""•^ f ° r new home on East Sixth street vestigatea oy tne t>tate wurses tne occasion W1 th arrangements # # •* **o*"r\**iri4-t^\v%ri»-4-V\j-iv^ i »-/ie'/ii^r - ._. • *-* ...... — association at the present. * * * Miss Alice Parks Is Surprise Honoree Miss Alice Parks, 306 South George street, was pleasantly surprised at her home recently by a group of friends who gathered to honor her with a farewell party. Miss Parks entered Blodgett hospital, Grand Rapids, as a patient on Wednesday. The evening was spent in playing a number of amusing games .and in filling Miss Parks' autograph books with gay non- , . _. • of corn stalks and with pumpkins. A variety of games were | enjoyed during the evening and j members of the group danced i to music of a machine, lent throush the courtesy of Wallace Kuras. Two prizes for boys and two for girls were awarded for the i cleverest costumes. At the conclusion of the eve- Gay Party Honors Miss Elma Jebavy , A gala background of Hallow'• e'en decorations formed the set- Two Are Hostesses at Party Thursday Miss June Klein and Miss Kathryn Lindquist were co- hostesses on Thursday evening at a gay Hallowe'en party, given at the Lindquist home at 409 North Lavinia street. During the evening. various games were played and at 11 o'clock, doughnuts and cider were served by the hostesses. Guests of the occasion were Misses Phyllis and Emma Shal'- er. Miss June Rasnius.sen. Misse; Alma and Mildred Anderson, ir . Miss Lois Shafer. Frank Beebe, Frederick Campbell. Walter taught the full force of the blow. He was immediately taken to ihe Han hospital whe"re a serious Many Attend PT-A A large crowd attended the ; Diamond school Parent-Teach- jer association meeting at the schoolhouse Friday evening, Oct. 20. During the business , session it was decided to have ,a program and box social at (Victory townhall in November. ; Committees appointed to plan this social are: Program, Mrs. John Rosenow. chairman' Mr. and Mrs. William Whitaker and Mr. and Mrs. Edward committee. Mr. Hawley are taking first year work, with Mrs. Gordon French, Mrs. Ruby Jensen and Mrs. E. A. Kinney as leaders. Dorothy VanNortwick, Emma Lou Bond and Velma Randall are taking third year with Mrs. Roy VanNortwick and Mrs. Maurice Brown as leaders. Mrs. Wesley Hawley will lead the fourth year with Phyllis Hawley as a student ana Ila Jensen, Freda Randall and Betty Olmstead will take fifth year with Mrs. Elmer Peterson, leader. Hallowe'en Party Held Friday evening, Oct. 20, the Young People's League of the Summit church held a Hallo- we'en party in the basement of the Methodist church. The young people, who came in holiday costume, were greeted by an interestingly decorated room in colors and symbols of i the ocasion. j The evening was spent in play- ' ing games and later refresh- i ments of cider • and doughnuts! were served. ous 6 o'clock dinner that was served to the guests. Mr. Houk carries his years so lightly that he appears to be 78 years young. He is never absent from church .services and is its janitor. His large garden, of which he tatu.-s complete care, is perhaps the Hnesl in the vicinity. He has lived nearly his entire life in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Meisenheimer moved into rooms in Mr. Meisenheimer's father's home Thursday, Oct. 19. ning, cider, apples and dough-I ? in , ner P artv - ° ive . n °>' Mrs.'L. G. MI SS Klein and Miss Lindquist. nuts were served at a table decorated with an orange and , black cloth and centered with a nay anniveisary bouquet of bronze chrysanthemums, flanked by yellow tapers in black holders. The committee the occasion included Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Moriarty, Mr. Jebavy. East Ludington avenue, r-'ii the occasion ot the 17th birth- , f<flTYTm'rm'"at of her daugh- i Damping at and Mr. iand Mrs. Kusbuski. I The date and program will ibe announced later. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Berry and ;son. Bud. of Rockford, ' were Mast week-end guests at the : Rosenow home, Oct. 21-22 ; Carol Rosenow returned home iwith them for a visit and will : go on to Kalamazoo and. Cold, ,... 'water to visit friends. She will 1 '' als o atiend. Homecoming at Thirteen members enrolled. Western State Teachers'" col- 100 percent enrollment lege, Kalamazoo, on Nov. 3 and year's club and one new 4. r member. The work • Miss Mary Alice Hemmer at- Liman Curott. Walter Schmidt.. embi'acr.s projects from the first tended the Teachers' institute the at Grand Rapids Thursday and Friday, Oct. 26 and 27. O''iic: j iv. of the club are: Presi- ;c:tr.t. Mi .s Gladys /-aude; vice yn-siden-. Miss "Dorothy Rahn- 'Stitch-Away Club Officers Elected \VEST RIVERTON.—The Butler school -1-H girls' "Stitch"the Charles HouK, 78, Feted on Birthday SUMMIT.—In honor of the 78th birthday anniversary of Charles Houk which occurred on Oct. 16. 25 children and grand- , children gathered at the J. K. ! Houk home to celebrate the ! event. i Oysters featured the sumptu- j bei recently for a delightful i Lindquist and the hostesses.'.sixth year. to and including MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 sense verses. Prizes games were awarded Maxine Frovog, Miss Arlene Masse and Miss Viola Wi^cox. A delicious luncheon was| served at the close of the evening by Mrs. Parks. The tables and the rooms of the home were decorated in the Hallowe'en motif. Those attending were Misses Reta Fortier. Viola Wilcox, Maxine Frovog, Bever'iy Ann Frovog, ter. Miss Elma. A delicious tnree-course dinner Uva>= served at a table centered 'with a lighted jack-o'-lantern, in charge of j Tiny black candles in holders mure of witches' hats marked _„ each place and clever favors were for the! ar >d Mrs. C. J. Lemire, Mrs. A. I ;iven to each guest. The feature to Miss M. Schohl, Mrs. Joseph New- | of the dinner was the serving of mann, Mrs. W. M. Sherlock and Mrs. Lodes. Music Sponsors' Club Purchases Clarinet Members of the Music Spon- Bertha Smith, Glgnda Johnson, j sors' club met recently at Or- Esther Lange, Arlene Masse, Victoria Parks and the honoree, Miss Alice Parks. The honoree received a number of lovely gifts from her friends. * * # Club to Sponsor an Open Party iole The Junior Townsend c'ub of Ludington held a regular business meeting on Tuesday evening. Oct. 24. at 8 o'clock in the Moose lodge hall. hall. A good attendance was reported. A fine bass clarinet, purchased by the club, was shown at this meetng. The instrument is the first of its kind to be used bv the Ludington high school orchestra and band and will comolete the woodwind section of the organization At this meeting a nominating committee, including G. L. m i IStrahan, H. J. Willis and Mrs. I llPSfiaV !jesse Bosoms, was appointed AUCSUOy and alsQ a membership committee, consisting of Mrs. Ernest Holmstrom, Mrs. Allan Burch and Mrs. Arvid Carlson. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served by a During the meeting, a num- the love'y henrt-shapecl birtpdav cake, decorated with a greeting in vellow icing and Mghted candles. The rooms were beautifully decorated for the occasion with bouquets of chrysanthemums. gift* to the honoree. Aiter one dinner a variety of game.s and dancing were enjoyed. Those present were Misses Ruth Johnson. Mary Jane Burch. Marjorie Olson. Helen Mueckler, Marjorie Baltzer. Mary Nell McMillen. Jane Barber. Martha Rinebclt. Eileen Gavigan, Jayne Anderson and the honoree, Miss Jebavy. +f. " ff m Event Fetes "Little Boy Harry Brown. 601 North Rath avenue, was honored by his mother. Mrs. H. R. Brown, at a delightful after-school party, eiven at the Brown home on the occasion of his sixth birthday anniversary. The home was decorated in the Hallowe'en motif with a Enjoyed by Scouts SUMMIT.—The Boy .Scout.s o!' Summit were amoiu the several • troops who ;per.t Friday night • and Saturday. Oct. 20 'rid "21. campins; at Ba-s lake. Owing in "air. they slept in .he Community ' They each cookr.-' f hc'r own icod anci lived and played in real ; : cout rnr.nner, The .'Summit boys ' were -if;- ::nr..anieci bv their "r-ad- er. Bill Poison. About '25 f''om the various troops spent the night cam-rav: <nd the '.lumber v/as doubled Saturday General 'Scoutmaster H. Piper was present. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meiser.- heimer xccoirrpaniecl their oAini 1 . l-son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Mei.s- ' remained overnight for the test. ! He returned the following ciav. ' G:en Meisenheimer met with i i painful and .-'oriou-: accident o;-; ahe Kenneth Kibbey farm Tue<•day morning. Oct. 24. lie AM.-, i rrimming f'dlen tree., prepara- t.ory to buzzina when his ax '•aught in a small Mmb overhead. ciivertir.4 the ;;lroke. The fo::! Miss Helen Rahn and Miss Catherine Von- tre.i-urcr ;G!ahn. The cr.rolicd members, their j cia .-, r.umber and leaders are as ! inll'iws: Marjory Benson, first vr •.r. Miss Amelia Schaeffer, icLider; L'.'i-; Colby. Alice Rahn ir.:! Catherine VonGlahn. .second ''''.•:-. w:Ui Mrs. William Laud" ar:d Mr.-5. N'els Jorgenson. leaders: Jean Distal and Rogene Lee. tlrid ye.'.r. with Mrs. Gus Von- Giahn. :eac'er; Eleanore Rahn. Loraine VonGlahn. Doris Ford L'nd Helen Mroczk:i. fourth year. •vith Mr<. Gu.s Rahn Jr., leader: Helen Rahn, fifth year and CLidys l.:urie and Dorothy Rahn. : ixth yi-ai. v.;ui Mr.s. Floyd Tim- mon.s- leading both the fifth and The Siamese cat has blue eyes and is fawn, dark brown or chocolate in color. It also has a crooked tail and a peculiary deep voice. 'The Busy Basters' Ulub Organized SUMMIT.—The 4-H club, "The Busy Basters," of the French school met for re-organization Friday, Oct. 20. Last year's president, Betty Olmstead. acted as chairman during the election of officers tor the ensuing year, the following being ciiu.sen: , President, Dorothy VanNortwick: vice president, Velma Randall and secretary-treasurer, Betty Olmstead. It wa.s voted to meet on the 20th day of each mcnth at the French school. Jane Kinney. Inna Jano Jnn- -sfn. Lila French and Marilyn FILMS FOR YOUR • Movie Camera • Kodak • Camera We have them to fit any and all types . We have the regular, super-X and Koda-ehrome for the movie camera. For the reRular cameras we carry the regular, veri- chrome, super XX and Panatomic. Fine assortment of kodaks at the new prices. Sahlmark's Pharmacy HAVE FUN TUESDAY NIGHT AT TIH: HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT Ossawald Crumb Taproom MUSIC BY •» • Filer's Melody Makers DANCING FROM 9 P. M. TO 1 A. M. Favors. No Cover Charge. —«—#—*— * — » * — * — •! committee consisting of Mrs. L. i huge carved pumpkin bringing E. Vorce. Mrs. F. E. Gilbert, j out the autumn keynote. her of important issues were j Mr . s - Jo .hn Elias, Mrs. George | Various games were played decided. It was announced Ac kersyille, Mrs William Opitz, lan d later, luncheon was served. that the Halloe'en party, to be given by the club on Tuesday evening, Oct. 31. will be in the form 'of a hard- times party. The evening's entertainment will begin at 9:30 p. m. Music for dancing will be furnished by "The Swingsters." Two door prizes will be given away and also 12 additional prizes, all of which have been donated by local merchants. Everyone is welcome to attend. At this meeting also, nine additional members were elected to the advisory board * * * Bethany League Plans for Party Mrs. Emil Gunberg, Mrs. Emil Lessard and Mrs. Herbert Willis. The next meeting of the club will be held on Nov. 15. y. -K % Miss PreFontaine Gay colored balloons were given each little suest as a favor Those present were Jimmy and Roger Matsen, Ronnie Thompson. Willard Olson.. Bobby Fox, Dick and Tom Brown and the honor guest, Harry Brown. Entertains CIub!r~ Home made Super- Creamed Ice Cream For Keen Delight! The smoothest, finest and richest, put up in Nickel Cups, Paddle Pops, Double Dip Cones, Pints and Quarts in choice flavnres. A Thrifty Dessert. LAGESEVS DANISH BAKERY 605 S. Washington Ave. Phone 755 St EVERYBODY WELCOME! Sunday Evening S O'CIock Polish Hall. Benefit of Stanislaus' Church. HALLOWE'EN SUPPER Given by Women's Society, Community church. TUESDAY, OCT. 31. Serving begins at 5:30 p. m. Tickets, 50 cents. MENU: Roast pork and roast beef, Mashed potatoes, Brown gravy. Apple Sauce. Buttered carrots. Creamed Onions. Hot Cabbage Slaw. Apple and pumpkin pic, cheese. Coffee. ACTION I i I .SEE ME AT ONCE FOR QUICK RELIEF! I I DR. C. A. PETERSON I I Put our THOl'CJHTS into ACTION. The LONT.ER \ou NE(JLECT vonr HEALTH, the more SERIOUS the CONDITION becomes. SEE ME AT ONCE FOR QUICK RELIEF! CHIROPRACTOR Ciirnrr (if l.onmK iinil Harrison offirr I'hoii" I'J.'i Hnmr Phone 733 Sl'OTTVII.M-:: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Evenings •*- #—*—*—it- Twenty-five members of the Bethany Methodist church Epworth League and their friends enjoyed the organization's regu-i? lar weekly supper and devotion- *? 9.1 meeting, held on Thursday' evening at the church parlors. Rev. Erling Edwardsen, pas- •tor of the church, spoke to the ftt)Up on the topic of mountain ^Climbing, comparing it with a -istian life. Miss Vera Hansen. m-esident f the League, conducted a meeting at which time League pledged $12 to mis- ,W this year. The group alsn plded to attend as many of lal services in the next week as possible. (fhur Iverson announced All members of the League ' friends who plan to League Hallowe'en Monday evening are 61» at the church, In », At 7:80 o'clock. Miss Dorothy PreFontaine, 202 North Robert street, was hostess on Thursday evening to the members of her bridge club. Bridge was played during the evening raid later delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were Mrs. Charles Mercadal, Misses Phyllis Swarthout, Genevieve Gustafson, Dorothy Meers, Jean Durham. Sarah Buchanan, Noel Zook and the hostess, Miss PreFontaine. 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 ! n*» J . 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