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PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, OCT. 31,'1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— j Presents "Hollywood Caval- a Late Afternoon Service Unites I Ameche, J. Ed'ward a Bromberg! MiSS Ruth E. Anderson and j Alan Curtis, Stuart Erwin. Lynn Roy F. Swanson ting on Sunday at Evangelical; Da ncin°- to the •GU. nn «V,,,.„!, f^,. tK« ,,.«^^i,,™ ,-,f , i/«illulls, 1<J Ult „ „. George Filer's "Melody Makers." OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. ^"^^^.^^^^ASIELL'S LAKl SHORE INN- ! Bari. Buster Keaton and Donald Meek. i Palms and baskets of pastel! QSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM chrysanthemums formed a setting on Sunday at Evangelical nancino- to thp musir if Free church for the wedding of uancm » to tne music of Miss Ruth E. Anderson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Ludwig Anderson of 512 lz East Danaher street, and Roy F. Swanson, son, of John Swanson of Muskegon. j „ ras performed at' 4 o'clock in the afternoon by Rev. Ludwig Anderson, father of the bride, assisted by Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor of the church. The bride, who was gr.crn in marriage by her brother. Fredolf Anderson, was attended by RAINBOW GARDENS— her sister, Miss Naomi Anderson,; as maid of honor and 'by Miss Viola Lindquist as bridesmaid. Mr. Swanson was attended by his .brothers, Ray Swanson, as best man, and John Swanson, both of Chicago. i Preceding the ceremony Miss [ Ethel Larson, childhood friend I of the bride, sang "Because"! and "I Love You Truly". Miss} Larson was accompanied >by Miss Dorothy Anderson, who also played the wedding processional, "Bridal Chorus," from "Lohengrin" and the "Wedding March" by Mendelssohn as recessional. Princess Gown The bride was lovely Ursula H. Yeskey Is Bride Of C. Naperala Miss Ursula H. Yeskey, daugh- carnations and white pompons, ter of Mrs. Sadie Yeskey of -108 | Flower Girls Fourth street, became the bride ' The little flower girls, Joan and of Clement E. Naperala, son of ; Joyce, were dressed identically ' Mrs. Kathryn Pernikowski of ! in floor-length frocks of yellow i Grand Rapids, at a 9 o'clock High "• taffeta, accented with ribbons of ! VTasc oertormed on Saturday ' powder b.up velvet at the neck morning by Rev. Joseph Koss in ' and waistline. Both wore small at. Stanislaus' church, • yellow coronets and white slip- Masses of pink and white car- pers. Tneir bouquets were of nations and fern banked the small pastel flowers, altar before which the wedding immediately alter the cere- Quiet Service Is Performed in St. Simon's Church on Monday Morning Miss Rose Marek Becomes Bride Of Stanley Rudnicki At Beautiful Ceremony' event ^ Out-of-town guests attending (Please turn to Page 7, Column 3) Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. Roller skating. vows were spoken. Miss Genevieve tenaed her sister Yeskey ' mony, a breakfast was served at at- the home of the bride's mother. :«f- Decorations tor the occasion .. M *.^, u.uu^i tio ino.»u—v-u- o-'cc.uianuiia iur LUC uu^aoiuii honor and Miss Margaret Snie- were carried out in pink and gowski. cousin of the bride, and , white and the guests were oerved Miss Ceile Brace of Manistee at- ;at a long table centered with a ended as bridesmaids. Mr. Nap- , tour-tiered white cake, topped erala was attended by Edward with figurines. The same decor- Russell of Grand Rapids and by ations were used for the dinner, Floyd Yeskey. brother of the bnde. Little Joan Naperala, ivene of thr groom, and Jovce Maternowski acted as flower girls. White Chrysanthemums .served later. During the evening dancing to mus.c played by Miss Ruth Andersen, was enjoyed. Mr. ana Mrs. Naperala '.eft on ~ .—..-- ^... u ...o Monday for a brief wedding trip The bride was charming in a tc Vil.a Park. 111. They will be prince?s gown of white satin, at home to their friends at 501 sty ed with a court train. Jong East Filer street, sieves and a high neckline. Tmy Gut-of-town guests at the i atin buttons fastened the bodice ,ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Jo- of the gown. Her long lace veil '-'•eph Green of Villa Park, 111.; Mr. jell from a pointed brilliant and Mrs. Stanley Naperala .ind crown and she wore white satin daughter, Joan; Mr. and Mrs. panda's. Her flowers were white Adam Pernikowski, Joseph all A quiet ceremony, performed at 7 o'clock Monday morning in St. Simon's Catholic church, united in marriage Miss Victoria Genia, daughter of D. Genia of 127 North North Rath avenue, and James Fahey, ( 210 North Rath avenue. The j Mass was conducted by Rev. | Thomas Albin, rector of the church. The couple was attended by v ^^ lo Mrs. Maude Williams, sister of j W hich the bride, and by Harold Genia. For her wedding, Miss Genia Masses of yellow and orchid chrysanthemums, banked against the altar of St. Jerome's Catholic church in Scottville, formed a lovely setting on Sat- turday morning at 9 o'clock for . ^ , the wedding of Miss Rose Marek, Mrs. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony "-'Marek of Eagle school district,, who became the bride of Stanley! Rudnicki, son of Joseph Rudnic-I wore carnation ki of North Amber. ' - - Is Flower Girl Little Miss Florence Kopec, as flower girl, was dainty in a floor- length gown of white silk chiffon which was trimmed with a pink satin sash. In her hair she -vore a crown made of pink rosei and ribbon and carried a baskt. of mixed flowers. The groom and his attendants High Mass Rev. Gordon A. Grant, pastor, officiated at the High Mass attended tertained at 7 o'clock dinner on .white satin gown, designed and created for her by her sister-in- law, Mrs. Joseph Anderson of Waltham, Mass. The gown was fashioned on princess lines with a slight train and long sleeves drawn to points over the backs of the hands. Her fingertip veil fell from a heart-shaped tiara of tulle, decorated with the traditional orange blossoms. She wore white satin sandals and her bridal bouquet was of white roses., tied with white tulle and satin. The maid of honor and bridesmaid wore identical gowns of aqua slipper satin with shirred .bodices. short puffed sleeves and .full skirts. Small! bows of wine velvet ribbon ac-i fell! the Saturday evening on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. The feature of the dinner wa.s the serving of a. lovely an- j chrysanthemums and pompons, tied into an arm bouquet. Miss Genevieve Yeskey, as maid of honor, was attired'in a ; j gown of orchid taffeta, made : with a ruffled skirt and accented : at the neckline with wine roses. i Miss Sniegowski wore n. gown of blue taffeta, made with a flared , skirt and square neckline. Miss I Brace's gown was of old rose taf- maid of honor's gown. All of the attendants wore white sandals carried arm bouquets of pink # * 4f erala and Leo Pawlak, all of Grand Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nowak and Mr. and Mrs. John Bernaciak and children, all cf Manistee. Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Jensen _ ^_ vu . i _ of 719 North Emily street en-jfeta. in a mode .similar co the niversary ca'ke. Later, a social evening was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen were the recipients of a number of gifts. Those present were Mr. arid Mrs. Alfred Hansen and sens. Gordon and Stanley; Mr. and FOUNTAIN.—A wedding of in- j terest to every one in this community was solemnized Sunday afternoon, Oct. 29. at 2 o'clock at the Methodist parsonage in Free- soil when Miss Thora Emerald Hansen became the bride of Austin Stark. Rev. J. H. Rayle offi- Thp members of thp Philnthp cj ated at the services and Miss me unmueia ui me finiaine- T Q11 .. ono unncoi-, i,->ri r i hi,-ioc T ,-i^ce ^f Tr,rn,-,noi; n oi tp,. on J-.auiene nansen ana onanes Hansen, sister and brother of the Gay Party Honors Mrs. Roy Swanson Outcalt and children.! an class of Evangelical Free JE2- -aS?.??.,«££'.: MdT^.A.'S.SiSS. 1 The briae was oecomingly attired in an afternoon street- Mrs. John, Alice, James, Mabel andi unun^i »cic icucm- Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mallory.l ly by Misses Eleanor and Ethel Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansen; j Larson at their home at 808 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schmidt, Mr. East Filer street. At this time. and Mrs. Laurence Jensen and Mrs. Rov F. Swanson. whose u ~ . . ,- ; -, .-.; children. Jerry and Janet; Mr marriage was solemnized on sheer which was trimmed with and Mrs. Stanley Danks. Frank! Sunday, was the honor guest. gol f b ** ds : , A corsage of pink Bashaw and sons, Robert and i After the regular class pre- and ^5 £ aby chrysanthemums i r_ CO ill p i G I. c Q li c 1 COStU 111 C. shade. "Her accessories were matching: and her flowers were yellow and white baby chrysanthemums in a shoulder corsage. iMrs. Williams wore a black and white ensemble and her flowers were baby chyrsanthe- mums in rose and white. After the ceremony, breakfast was served to the immediate relatives of the couple at the Belland home, East ' Ludington avenue. Table decorations were carried out in white and yellow. After a week's weddin? trip to Chicago, Mr. and ' Mrs. Fahey will be at home to their friends at 210 North Rath avenue. * * -x- Special Masses Are Announced Today In he nor of All Saints' day. Low „ „ u , u n „. Masses will be held at St. Simon's 1 sleeves whirh Catholic church on Wednesday; over at 6 a. r.i. and at 7:30 a. m. and; was a f\ number of relativeTand friends of the bride and grocm. The bridal party entered the church to the strains of the "Wedding March" from "Lohengrin," played bv the organist, Mrs. Ronald W. VanDyke of Summit, and the Mass was sung by the boutonnieres. Mrs. Marek chose for her I daughter's wedding a gown of wine silk with which she wore black accessories and a corsage of roses. Following the wedding ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's i parents to about 50 persons The bridal couple's table had been prettily decorated with light blue and white streamers which were suspended from the LEADS THE WATCH PARADE WITH^ 0 Qi . .,. choir of st - Jerome's with Seeleyj ceiling and were attached to ' dainty Place cards. The table Wlth a lai 'ge wed- will be celebrated with Low Masses at 6 a. m.. 6:30 a. m.. 7 a. m and 7:30 a. m. High Mass will be celebrated at 8 a. m. but- Frederick; Jens Mortensen. Miss Marie Hansen, MLs's Lucille Han- liminaries, the guests spent the ........«..^. J , „„,, OU v,o^ o K v.»^ tiiv, A/nsx Hansen thp bridesmaid o7=^l=^ v> n £!±r ™e an^c-tlen^^ •waistline. Their sandals were of of amusing contests. Mrs. Swan- e no-th~ dress in i dnstv nink son was presented with a small fee a nd she wc--e ? corsage of ^ e H±,? ed Wlth 8i " S f ° r he * ^^^IS^em^s. The groom and his attendant waiotiuie. uieir sanaais were of nrpps Mr""Vnrt'VJ^o" T"^~- "V """ i^i"-""" """"" ~* ""^ ^,^1,,^. wore dark business .suits .ma Dou- wine satin. Miss Anderson, thpl orees ' Mr " and Mrs - **"* Jensen, delicious refreshments were tonnieres of white carnations. MM HJ^J_ft._ ... -"' .. * J ~~ —— j ••' I COTMT^rt nr r-»^l <-i 11 +-ri V>1 r-.»>^*^*-.^;,-i- rt _] .. following the ceremony, Ruth, of Muskegon and the°hon-'i At the close of the a tiara of wine velvet flowers, while Miss Lindquist's veil, was of rose tulle with an aqua ! tiara. Each wore a single strand or pearls and carried an old- ' The Pepperettes' Are Entertained Members of "The Pepperettes" baby chrysanthemums in a lace doily, tied with pink tulle. Reception Is Held A reception for 175 guests was held m the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. The guests were served from a table appointed in pink and white and centered with a three - tiered wedding cake toppea with a miniature bride and groom under a flower- covered arch. Mrs. Joseph Anderson, Mrs. J. O. Johnson, Mrs. (Please turn to Page 7, Column 3) Show Group Pictures At Recent J served at small tables appointed in pink and blue. Those present were Mrs. Georae Schrink. Mrs. William Kronlein. Mrs. Bryce Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Carl G. Nicholson teacher of the class; Misses Vio- weddins dinner wa.s served at the home of the bride. Covers were placed for 12 guests who weiv at a lace-coveied .able which was centered with a low arrangement of white flowers in Schmock, a black bowl, which was graced p. , - ----- -- i L.^.LO^,,, Elizabeth on either side with tall ins TTMftv, 7 } L- Wll j iamson - Morton, Lillian Erickson. Doro-' tapers in black holders. 303 Fifth street Miss Helen Pet-i thy Anderson; the honor guest, A three-course dinner erson acted as hostess meeting. The evening was spent socially and in sewing, while later a delicious luncheon was served at a table gaily decorated in the Hallowe'en motif. A unique cen- at the iMrs. Swanson, and the hosTeV- served" by ~Mrs~."chaii'es" > Hansen ses, Misses Eleanor and Ethel: and Miss Irene JanKoviak to the Larson. Miss Ruth M. Anderson was unable to be present. . terpiece bore five ange candles and lighted or- small black candles were placed at each end of the table. Miss Peterson was presented with a hostess gift from the club. Members present were Louis Snow and Meeting Thompson, Margaret Dorothy Runouist Helen WaW: ' • ~ _ j . qui^, neien wag | parl0i> , from ? untn 8:30 O ' clock following puest.s: Mr. and Mr.s. Austin Stark, the newly weds; Airs. Julia Hansen, grandmother ot the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hansen. parents of the bride: Mrs. Olive Stark, mother of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. John Stark, uncle and aunt of the groom and Miss Co'leen McHugh, cousin of the groom all of Detroit and Miss i Laurene Hansen. Charles Han- Fifty childr^rTembers of the '• '^f^nd'Mr^s^rk J left im classes of the Bethany Metho- m ^^ So^glhe ? dinner enjo\ed a tor a short wedding trip, expect- North Riverton Mr. and Mrs. William Benz and daughters. Dona and Lois, of Manistee. were afternoon and supoer guests. Saturday. Oct. 21. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Benz in compliment to Mr. and Mrs Albert Benz' 28th wedding anniversary. The summer schedule of evening services conducted at Eetnlehem Lutheran church will be changed back to the winter afternoon service be°innino- Sunday. Nov. 12. The English service of Sunday evening, Oct 29. concluded the series of evening services held during the summer. Mrs. Paul Gerbers and daughter, Carol Joyce. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bedker to Grand Rapids Thursday. Oct 26. where Mrs. Bedker attended the Teachers' Institute. From there they motored to spend the week-end with relatives, planning to return Sunday, Oct. 29. i Breen playing the violin. ] Miss Evelyi/ Draminiski of ! Chase and the Misses Sophia and ' Josephine Marek, sisters of the : bride, attended her as bride's- j maids and little Florence Kopec. i cousin of the bride, was flower' : Sirl The groom was attended i by his brother. Walter Rudnicki- j Henry Marek. brother of the I bride and Robert Ruby. i Bride Wears Satin i The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was ; beautiful in a wedding gown of ; white .satin, fashioned with a i tight-fitting bodice which wa.s i *~ *JJ itlLc tlllU el lull ' had a Queen Anne and long 1 e g-o'-m u came to a the hands row of small down the back of wore a long veil of .silk net which was caught with a pearl tiara, the pearls matching the nearl trim or. the neckline of her dress. The train of her gown / f ^ an ! nset of lace which matched the lace of the train on her veil. She carried an arm bou- q , j °L bnde 's lilies and wore a ?^ld heart-shaped locket the Cut of the groom. Bridesmaids Are Lovely Mi*s Draminiski wa.s lively in tnffpta. fashioned with a hill fkirt. gathered bodice top and 'arse miffed sleeves. The dress was trimmed with wine velvet w-hich formed a bustle effect and •'he carried an arm bouauet of »ea roses and wore a gardenia in her hair. MUS.S Josephine Marek was cnarmms in a floor-length dress'V of lade taffeta which was made S with a gathered bodice, large i t miffed -sleeves and full skirt. A'* damtv bolero jacket was worn'* with the pown and the bustle Affect was formed by winp velvet "•• arm bouquet wa.s made up of ding ture bride and groom, and smaller wedding cakes were placed at either end of the table was held in their honor at the Lithuanian hall in Scottville with about 175 relatives and friends attending. A large wedding cake wa\s a feature of the ************ ..«.A.;. ••<" . - -.,,.. i. „ „„., ,l, auc U JJ Ol , ; American Beauty roses and she , * 50 Children Attend Hallowe'en Party i i/e rTom' i — *-.^«m> IU-HTS UHU sne to Chicago! al 2? uwo . re a sardenia in her hair. —i ...H-L. ; me dress worn by Mi=« Sophin Marek was similar to that of Mis* Josenhine's and was of light blue taffeta, also trimmed m wine velvet which formed a bustle. She also wore a gardenia m her hair nnd carried an arm Although the weather in Puerto Rico is too warm for football, thousands of fans there are interested in a sport i bouauet of Talisman roses. i thev never see. Games in the 1 The attendants all wore iden- U. S. are closely followed via ra- ; dio and newspapers. tical necklaces, bride. the gift of the ner, Doris Olmstead, Catherine I Hansen and the hostess, Miss Peterson. Missps Alifo i ulaa;5CS l;l u ' e Del11 Gilbert dist Sunday l ch ° 01 ' r ^ a *™ i wcuumg w -, t ' ! S V , p 5£y. held at the church ing to return this week' . Mrs. Stark is the daughter of . Mrs. Willard Bevans and Miss M1SS able to be present. -* * A large and appreciative group of members and friends,! it was reported, gathered at the Townsend headquarters in the! Masonic building on Thursday i evening for the regular meeting | of. Ludington Townsend club No. During the brief business meeting, the game, "Recovery", ., .. -17-- -.- —e,was presented to the group by Method ist church. Rev. j its originator, Stanley Benson Be <*strom . Group pictures, taken at a previous meeting, were also presented with the compliments of the Home Service studio. After the business session, Mrs. Carl Erickson, costumed' , as Uncle Sam, introduced an < electrically transcribed message from Dr. Francis Townsend. , - —^~ ca un The meeting was then turned | f venm S- Special music will be a over to Mrs. John Schmock, pro- ? eatur e. The theme of the week -«--' - ' H is "The Christian Life." The public is cordially invited to attend. Danzig has an' area of 754 square miles-little more than 2£day evening. ; Mr and Mrs Fred Hansen and The children were all dressed has lived here ail her life excpot „ ^ iu 1¥ljao m cunning costumes, and a when attending school. She Margaret Woodland were un ! Competition was enjoyed. Prizes graduated with the class of 1936 ' ' ' " f Q r lhe cleverest costumes were; from Ludington high school and Services Will Begin Tonight This evening at 7:30 o'clock a series of special devotional services will be begun at Bethany n/r ° fl ^-* -'-urch. Rev. J. M. of Chicago will preach at the meeting this evening and the Bethany male chorus, directed by Ted Tallefson, will sing. awarded to Stephanie Albrecht,: has been employed in the Foun- Lois Bohne anci Rodney Zemke.Uain State bank until recently, while prizes for the funniest : She has given of her time and costumes were won by Carol talents to all activities in the and , community and has been the pianist and class teacher for sev- .-_- ,--_„ 0 u ..^ eral years in the Methodist evening and later, cider and church .school. Mr. Stark is the only son of Mrs. Abra- Olive Stark and until the past services on Wednesday, Thurs- -. day and Friday. The meetings — ' will begin at 7:30 o'clock each Lagesen, Harold Sherman Bruce Benson. Games were played during the : -vening and later, cider and doughnuts were served by the i few years was a resident of Ue-- „..^ 6C; of ; troi .t where he received his odu- the party included Jacob Lunde i ( -&tion. Preferring the country superintendent of the Sunday to tne citv - Mr - Stark has been school; Mr. and Mrs Carlton employed on the Griffin farms at and Mrs Er- F ? rd lake where he and his bride will make their home. members of Mrs. Martin hamson's class. The committee in charge Syr--- -...—.....»». George O. Kribs entertained the club with •'three accordion selections. The expressed their ap- of his music. ??he music was followed with „» amusing contest of throwing Blpthespins into a bottle. Mrs. """Hand Hirner was awarded ,(t prize for the ladies, while , Kelly won high prize for the invitation was extended Bub No. 1 by Herman Sund- to attend the Hallowe'en half that of Rhode Island f£?o lest state in tne u - S., with o - ., w 1,248 square miles. Danzig has a population of 407,000 persons— Site's ^ ° f the Unted >I« , to be sponsored by Club >. At'the Moose ballroom this!* — ,Mr. Sundholm also is ,. ,*»»!. OUJlUilUUH H.1SU .list of the prizes to be If! at this occasion. wnainder of the evening it in singing and later t *>>>rc<<<<<<»>x<<<<»>>>>>> DON'T FORGET! I TONIGHT ;«] IS THE BIG Hallowe'en Party AT YOUR NEXT PARTY SERVE •***#p»**£ «**»\4 4C*WJ> *4 ,.,- were served by the | $< jf the ladies' auxiliary. IX meeting will be held** lay evening at 8 t«5 courthouse. There at the TAPROOM Favors for Everyone! NO COVER CHARGE. SCHRINK'S VELVET ICE CREAM It's Always the Hit of Any Party. Buy From a Schrink Dealer! urthouse. There * «« wvrat CHARG program at this $ Good Orchestra. KKl Every Lady Is Invited to Inspect the Beautiful New Styles in Ladies' Ready-To-Wear which Have Just Arrived at The Elite Shoppe. We Enjoy Showing These Fashion Hts to You. DRESSES These dresses are completely and excitingly new. 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