The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 30, 1939 · Page 2
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I'AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1939. SOCIETY 38 Masons Attend Meeting Thursday respective rooms in the church. Mrs. William Hall, 609 North | be a feature of the business ses- The mid-week prayer and Rath avenue. ,sion. praise service of Washington i The choir of First Methodist In addltion to the me mbers In- Avenu_e Baptist church, will be church wi1 meet at 730 p m I yi belng Mnt g held at 7:45 p. m. in the Thirty-eight Masons were "«- "• ' « present at the Fcllowcraft meet- T1 • ^ - the Michigan conventlon Council at the church for The Ladies' Aid of Washington of church will hold its Churches and Christian Educa- j election of officers at 2:30 p. Local Amusements Presents "Hollywood Cavalcade" starring Alice Faye and jDon Ameche with J. Edward .- .. Bromberg, Alan Curtis, Stuart Large Audience Hears. Noted <Erwm, Jed Prouty, Buster Kea- - - - 'ton, Donald Meek, George Oivot and Eddie Collins. Also "News." ing. held on Thursday cveum: at the Masonic temple. ^ __^ ^^ I Pinochle formed the evening's I £011""wilf begin~'at'T27i5 p."~m. im. at the church. A potluck i entertainment with first prise i in Flint. The convention will : luncheon will be served. i bei'i- w-n by Herman Timm, continue until Friday. The choir of The Community .second bv Frank Jchrssn and! The Women's society of The'church will meet for rehearsal h'.v bv Rcy Johnson. I Community church will meet at 1 p. in. !at 2 p. m'. in the churchhouse The Board of Trustees of " " Beach will lead the Tnc Community church will • - number of other persons particu- ,." 1 larly interested in agriculture, annual The llst includ es around 50 leaders of other farm organizations, county agents, directors and sec- the cln=e of thc evening.-re f.s were served and Dancing. iOLD HICKORY INN— Speaker at Event Sponsored by Society The second annual Men's JOSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Communion Sunday, celebrated j on Oct. 29 on the Feast of Christ the King, was well attended, it was reported today. The event was sponsored by; the members of the Holy Name ! Dancing. society and drew a large at- j — tendance from Ludington and HAMELL"S LAKE SHORE INN from various points in the coun- I ty. ! Dancing. The event was opened with an I ____ ¥ -..., — early breakfast," served in the ! TODD-L-INN— St. Simon's school auditorium. | Leon Fellowes, president of the! Holy Name society, acted as | toastmaster. i The program which followed I the breakfast featured the pres- ; entation of four songs by Harold O'Reilly Clint and Louis Wood,! out-of-town artists engaged for the occasion. Mr. Clint, chairman of the state entertainment I committee of the Knights of | Columbus organization, is a i retaries of national farm loan associations, and approximately 250 non-member farmers and stockmen in the territory served by the local association. Arrangements are being made to serve a lunch to the members and their friends during the noon hour and it is planned to have There will be an Evangelistic [appropriate musical entertain- Badminton and pin"-pon°- for 'service at 7:30 p. m. at the Sal- iment at that time. There will be young women will be gloved at 'vation Army building. |a drawing for attendance prizes 6:30 o. m. in The Community' There will be a special ser- j sometime during the program. ' '• vbe. directed by Rev. Erling' Edwardsen. at 7:30 p. m. in frhrrctc ercerved nd »M*. *• Bench 111 lead the e ommuny curc w ne.snn.enr^ weic sciven ana -< woi . sri j p Mrs ward Baillar^eon 'meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home bv° 8 Tpm-^ Mrs ' Daisy Reek ' ^ South b.v Geoige O. £'- !l ^- Human d M - Ta°^art Washington avenue. Timm and Hans Rasniusscn. ,h.'. V '" i,',;J; i^ 0 art .„.,..» wi]1 hp nn Tr vnnp .p lis t in : will act as hostess. churchhouse. The badminton section of Miss Eleanor Laird to Marry on Dec. 30 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laird. ithe"Men'T'ciu'b"of The" Com- ^i 1 ,™"*' Methodist^ church. 107 Fourth street, announce the;numity church will meet at " approaching marriage of their;7:30 p. m. in the churchhouse. daughter, Eleanor, to Russell K. There will be a special eve- Grains, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil .»»"><? service, directed by Rev. Grams of 107 North Ferry street, ^rlins: Edwardsen, in Bethany The marriage will take place : Methodist church on Dec. 30. Dancing. -•» * SOCIAL CALENDAR The adult Confirmation class of Bethany Lutheran church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the parsonage. There will be a prayer service at 7:30 p. m. 'in the Church of the Nazarene. ' A special Holv Communion TODAY—There will be a service will be held at 10 a special meeting of the Luding- m. in Grace Episcooal church ton Moose lodge at 8 o'clock in celebration of All Saints' this evening at the lodge dav. at the little altar, rooms. The testimony meetin"- of The monthly business meet- the First Church of Christ ing of Washington Avenue Scientist, will be held at 8 Baptist church will be held at m. The annual Girl Scout Founders' day and fall court of awards will be celebrated at 7 p.m. at! Oriole hall I Pere Marquette chapter No. ciety of 327. Order of Eastern Star, will sponsor a Scene of Meeting „ T ,. , — The Ladies' Aid ,. , 4 . 1 , the Su & ar Rid S e , C , hu F ch of the Brethren held its pinochle party and a N-day meeting Thursday at Mohler, hostess. i The society will meet on their regular day for their next meeting, this meeting having been postponed one day. It took a special act of congress in 1861 to give Mary Edwards Walker, a dress reformer, the legal right to dress in male attire. PIS p. m. at the church. _. T .. , , , . ' The Sunday school of Beth- noted composer. Three of the I ni e?TlnSav ° venin^'at C 'hr |any Methodist church will hold at 7:30 p. m. at the songs sung at the breakfast ~ et Thu -^ da > ^ enin ? at . lh '-', a oartv at 7:30 p. m. in the were of his own composition. Highlight of the occasion was an interesting talk by John W. Babcock, member of the law school at the University /"I ft 1 i-r- I • • , tl M Cl 1 (. * I* I. I . U Camera Shop. The print entries ; rhurc i-f parlors, in the October contest were'" Ludin°lon Be inrlnpri n t f hi t - t imo H-.- "PH i 1 "Da 'm .. j «• . ?*i • _ • i judged at this time by Phil or, who announced the winners and constructively criticized all <sfe*arns. Beta Psi of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at 7 o'clock this evening at- Hotel •— j -^" . ^ . .. , ... - or | of the prints, calling attention to TUESDAY — The annual Washington camo Detroit, and well-known jor-j both the good and bad points. i Young People's business meet- Royal Neighbors "of A prayer meeting of The Calvary Mission will be held - .-- home of Christ Peterson, 502 North James street. The second game of the pinochle tournament between the members of the LadiV Ar- l,nu will inn from 11 a. m. to 4 p beiter society and members of I m. .UK; \viii afford members a pic- i dance at 8 p. m. at the Masonic F 16 home of Mrs ' Edwin Mohler i temple. Refreshments will be \ m South Custer. The usual •served at the close of the eve- ! Quilting and social hour with a I : nine. I potluck dinner was enjoyed and ! The Ludington Stamp club during the business meeting it i will meet at 8 p. m. at the home i was decided to hold a baked goods sale in the near future. Enjoying the day were Mesdames D. O. Flory, Monroe Williams. John Filbrun. Clara Miller, Clinton Lehman, Lenna Murphy, Ed Blocher, Alva Kirkman, Lawrence Prowant, John Leedy, Orvan Saxton, Louella Lair, J. M. Cable and Edwin o: Clark Norton, 303 North Lew• is .-street. G. R. Production Credit Association Will Meet Nov. 3; Kent City has been chosen as ;he place for holding the fifth .-.initial meeting of the Grand Rapids Production Credit association on Nov. 3, it was learned this week from Floyd M. Moore, .•aviviary-tre.isurer.' The meet- mer executive of the state K. of i C. Mr. Babcock spoke on the topic, "My Friend, Jesus Christ." concluded The program was with the singing of by Mr. Clint and Mr. Wood. * # * First prize went to George ; ina of Evangelical Free church will be plaved ot 2:15 n m in - - '-- " O. O. F. hall. There will be a regular meet- meet ing of Washington camo No. .--.-. pie- No. 542, . u"e of the year's operations and America, I AH opportunity to elect two di- his interesting pic- ' will be held in the evening. I oi several boats rid- i Girl Scouts, Troop 5, of The Schmcck for lure of a row ol ing at anchor. Miss Carmen Law ' Community church will Junior Club Party to Feature Contests songs; W as awarded .second place for her at 4 p. m. in the churchhouse. 542, Royal Neighbors of Amer- portraitof a charming child. Two 1 The Community church will ica at 7:30 p. m. in I. O. O. F. members .shared honors for third i sponsor a Harvest Hallowe'en hall. The members of Ivy place. John Schmock for his snap Cupper at 5:30 p. m. under the Leaf camp No. 408, Royal of a fiuffv kitten and its reflec- i auspices of the Women's so- Neighbors of America of Man- 'ciety. istee, will be the suests of the There will be a meeting of local group at this meeting, the Mary and Martha circle The cottase praver meeting of The Community church at and Bib!e study of the An^lo- 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. ~ ' " tion in the mirror, and Walter Schmock for his scene of tall trees silhouetted against a lake. Before Mr. Palmer left, he led an educational discussion, explain-.^ ., „. , , _„,. „ ing the use of exposure meters.' Emi1 stahl - 803 South of different colored filters, vari- . ... . ....11 k e ous developers and developing j wl1 ^ pe . continued under the He told of his conception of aooc! |leadership of Miss Xenia Ma- composilion but agreed there^was son - Mls f Efda Mlll S ard will The Ludington Junior Townsend club will sponsor an open dancing party on Tuesday evening, Oct. 31, at the Moose hall,, r _ „,,.....„ ,. , , r beginning at 9:30 o'clock. Music j no set rule or formula to follow as : a will be furnished by "The j is generally believed. Swingsters." U " -- . .. i Ca , cle . Qf st."John's Luther- held Mrs. as co-hostess. There will be an evening ser, . , , .vice at 7:45 p. m. at the" Pen„, - , . , , It was decided bv the club that ; tecostal Assembly of God Two door prizes will be j sma ii monthly prizes. 50c and 35c. ! Iec0btai AssemDij oi uoa. awarded during the evening and 1 would again be offered for first. ; an churcn will mee t at 2 D. m. Elmer Mem- packages for the food 12 additional prizes. Merchants! and second place winners be-i a t the home of Mrs donating the prizes are:. Abra-; cause new members entering iniprenzel 1^3 Pine street' hamson-Nerheim Co., Luding- , the middle ot the year woukfnot jbers are asked not to forget ton Lumber company, Lunde ; have an equal' crh-ffirce of obtain-Ttheir and Sheldon, Mark Clothing'ing points toward the final I sale company, Hollick and Carlson,; awards. Harold Holmes an-' Morris store, Gibbs' Grocery' nounced that the three store, City Bakery, Colvin's Jew-j wili be as follows: First,"a elry store, J. C. Penney com-;Argus camera; second, a small pany, Montgomery Ward com- \ Argus camera, and third, an ex- pany, Schohl's Jewelry store, j pcsure meter. Half of the dues Sahlmark's Drug store and! of ten cents a meeting is to be, _ _..„„...,, Snow's Drug store. ! paid by Mr. Holmes toward the'will meeY'al 2 : 36"p"'m a't"the The major events of the eve- i prizes, the balance being donated j home of Mrs. G A Swanson ~- J ~ i:i :H "™ m 302 North Lavinia street Saxon Federation will be Madison at 8 p. m. at the home of The study of the Bible Sybil Rollins. 403 Nprth William continued under the street, due to the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Jone.s. THURSDAY — The Ladies' Missionary society of Evangelical Free church will meet at 2:30 D. m. in thc church parlors. Mrs. Andrew Anderson will be hostess. The prayer and Bible study Evangelical Free b? held at 7:30 p. in. at the church. The Northwest Division of _-..., _ A , the Ladies' Aid society of First The Ludington Study club will Methodist church will meet at of Mrs. G. A. Swanson. 302 North Wrege-Conkling ° 210 "East Lavinin street. ter street — The North- of the Ladies' th Aid of First Methodist church Methodist chuch will" be held recior.s for three-year terms. Tin 1 Grand Rapids PCA serves approximately 650 farmers of M.'.;-or.. Oceana, Newaygo, Mus- ^.eiiiin. K n nt and Ottawa counties with sliort-term farm credit. Du:-:r.g 1938 the association lo.ir.eci i's members over S317.000 ..nci ihr net earnings for the year '.v-re added to reserves as an'ad- ditional proicction to the mem- bfi.-hip investment. Compari- o;-.- »:" figures .showiiu; the •..•v,vth of the association will be :ii.;ci:-' in tr.e reports to be made >i. the- .inr.ual meeting. Large "•.:.!•:> vl:(,\ving .some of" the out- star.ding facts and fiatires will 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 pie, cheese. Coffee. p. m. at the home of HAVE FUM TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE 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. ••••••iMMB^BMBiM^"™"""™^^^™"'™™ 1 ^""' 1 ™ We're Not Tough ON CLOTHES, BUT WE AR.E ON.DIRT! DIRTY WORK LET US DO THE FOR YOU! No longer must Monday morning washings be a thing to dread . . . washing in a cold basement, carrying water, hanging clothes outside or trying to dry them in the kitchen. The American Laundry is fully equipped to do your complete washing expertly and at a minimum of time and expense. Why not take advantage of our varied services? You'll like the work we do! IT'S ECONOMICAL TO SEND WASHING TO US! American Laundry Co. Phone 186. PHONE 1S1 For a Load of • SILVER BELL • POCAHONTAS • STOKER COAL , (Pocahontas) • COKE You get full measure—prompt, courteous service at all times. L. E. Vorce & Son ning will be a waltz and a jit- j by him. terbug contest. Everyone is in-i The club agreed that pictures The Fourth Ward Division of vited to attend the party and to | entered in each month's contest! the Ladies' Aid society of First enter the events. - * # i must be taken within, or reason- iably nearly .so. the month in . I which they are used, and that 10 points oe allowed for an entry, but a penalty of 10 points charged i for no entry. Subjects for print | competition were discussed and I it was decided that any interest- i ing picture is to be accepted. Ap- ipropriate fall picture suggestions 1207 lwere made f° r members to work South'MadisonT'streetrwas hon- on -. si ?; e of P r ] nts is to be four b >' ored by a group of friends who I Slx inc .£ es - ^ nd no « ne ma.y enter gathered at his home on Sun- ' m ° re , than two each month. The day afternoon in celebration of ^^ prints are on the oulle- - -' - tin board in the Camera Shop „„., ; and may be inspected bv anyone <illu . intprnslor) evening, a social time was enjoyed and games were played. Later, a delicious buffet luncheon was served by Mrs. Fonnes- Affair Celebrates Birthday Anniversary Andrew Fonnesbeck, Methodist church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Hannah Winey, 208 Second street. The Girl Scouts and Brownie Pack of First Methodist church will meet at 3:45 p. m. at their •beck. Mr. Fonnesbeck was the recipient of a number of attractive gifts. Those present were Mrs. Ma- j rie Christensen, Mr. and Mrs.: Arne Christensen and Gunnar ' Christensen, all of Scottville; ! Mr. and Mrs. Mogens Larsen and | family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yeck and son, Rodger; Rev. | John Christensen, Miss Mable i Madsen, Fred Hansen, Mrs. An- : na White, Clarence Fonnesbeck, 1 Mrs. Fonnesbeck and the honor j guest, Mr. Fonnesbeck. j The mess kit used by George I Washington during the Revolu- j tionary war was made of pew- terware. interested. George Schmock reported on the subjects of Eastman lectures offered to clubs free of charge. The first lecture, "Seeing Things for Keeps," will be given by Howard Hawley at the November 23rd meeting. HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver Miss PH L OFFER was this year's pick of them all for Cotton Queen" because she hastherightcomfaination of charmand love liness typical of the modern American girl For real smoking pleasure the pick of them all is Chesterfield because its right combination of the world's best tobaccos gives smokers Real Mildness and Better Taste Trinidad, smaller than the state of Delaware, produces | atnore oil than any other part of the British empire. MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 "WU, Ylo "Of all things! Here, I thought I had the most thoughtful of ull parents and they don't even have a telephone. I haven't been in this world Ipng but it didn't lake me tluU long to learn what a nuisance it was to be bundled up and carried over to the neighbor's or to the corner store so my mother could make a telephone call. I just don't see why mother puts up with it. Just wait until I can "put in my oar," we'll get a telephone then." HlCHtfAN ASSOCIATED TELEPHONE COMPANY THE PICK OF THEM ALL FOR is Chesterfield because of its right combination of the best American and Turkish tobaccos Jtveal mildness is more important in a cigarette today than ever before becatise people smoke more now than ever before. That's why so many smokers have changed to Chesterfield ... they are finding out that for Real Mildness and Better Taste the pick of them all is Chesterfield. You'll find that Chesterfields are cooler, better-tasting, and definitely milder . . . you can't buy a better cigarette. M MAKE YOUR NEXT PACK S* -| -| lesteriield THEY REALLY SATISFY Copyright 1959, LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.

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