1'AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Jackie Cooper and .. . . rt . ,~i, „ -PL. j Betty Field in "What A Life" Event at Oriole Hall Thursday | with John Howard, Janice Logan, Will Celebrate Founders' | Lionel Stander and Hedda Hop-i St. Luke's church in Kalamazoo. Rev. Fowkes To Speak At Parish Supper The annual parish supper of Grace Episcopal church will be held on Friday evening, Nov. 3, in the Guild hall on North Harrison street. All members of the church and their friends are invited to attend. The Every Member Canvass which begins on Sunday, Nov. 5, «;ill be inaugurated at the supper by Rev. A. Gordon Fowkes of Hallowe'en Party Enjoyed by Group FREESOIL.—The adult mem- ibcrs of the Latter Day Saintfc j church were pleasantly enter! tained at a Hallowe'en party Sat- TIlG VerV Rev. Fr. SilviUS, C. !« rda y evening, .Oct. 28. at the ' home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grinnell. The rooms were decorated with P., of Des Moines, to Conduct Mission Nov. 5-12 black and orange streamers of crepe paper, black cats, jack-o'- lanterns and Hallowe'en girls and boys. The guests, were greeted by a ghost which caused considerable merriment. Contests and games were enjoyed and Mesdames Clifford and William Tubbs were awarded prizes. • A potluck lunch was served to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tubs, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tubbs, Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Will Chopson, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, Mesdames Celia Hagstrom, Marian Seitz, Alice Cole, Will Tubbs, Edward Crawford, Sarah Shelley, Emma Tripp, Fay LaGuire, William Hagstrom and the hostess, Mrs. Grinnell and mother, Mrs. gelina Martin. A new road is being graded by the county, west from the Harry Hasenbank corners, past the Perfect residence. 1HEST COLDS To relieve distress easily, quickly. rub throat, USED BY 3 OUT OP 8 MOTHERS CUSTER. At church, Ouster. it St. Mary's was an- Day per; and "The Escape" with Kane Richmond, Amanda Duff, June Gale, Edward Norris and Henry Armetta, OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. The annual Girl Scout Founders' day celebration will be held 'promptly at 7 o'clock on Thursday evening in Oriole i hall. All Girl Scout troops are welcome to attend. • _ - At this time the birthday of I OLD HICKORY INN— Juliette Lowe, the' woman who j brought^Girl Scouting to America, will be celebrated. Girl Scouting was originated in England toy Lord, and Lady | Baden-Powell, who were also the founders of Boy Scouting. Rev. Fowkes, who will be remembered as the preacher of the ordination sermon of Rev. Knight Dunkerley in June, 1938, has preached previously in Lud- ingtqn. His subject on Friday evening will be "The Work of the Church." Co-chairmen in charge of the nounced last Sunday, Oct. 29, that The Very Reverend Father Silvius, C. P., of Des Moines, la., will conduct a Mission at St. Mary's Catholic church beginning on Sunday, Nov. 5, and closing Sunday, Nov. 12, It was Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— The first Girl Scout troop in TODD-L-INN— Dancing. America was organized in Savannah, Ga., in March, 1912. There are today more than 500,000 girls enrolled in Scout* i R /nxj Rnw ing in the United States. KAIWBOW The program for the evening will be opened with a formal Scout Color service, followed toy the singing of Scout songs. A short court of awards for badges completed during the , season at camp will be" con- i ducted. •The highlight of the program will be an original play based on the life of Juliette Lowe, presented by a group of wo ** in & on the j The regular meeting of Lud™A«. •L P v, reS ™ t ~ i in S ton Beta Psi of Beta Sigma P rt ^f bv n MrS ' i Phi was held on Monday eve- Crocker ° S ' n ning at the sorority room in Ho- grii.iLss'as'asJSSisa ^ e s n g **=ope ned with refreshments will be served by ; H! e read ! n & of the minutes of the Summit Girl Scout troop ! the previous meeting by the re- Homemade candies will be I cordm g secretary, Miss Jean put on sale by the members ! Durham. Early in the meeting, of the newly organized troop I Miss Betty Daugherty, a new! at r.nkpvipw s/>vinni , member, was welcomed. Miss! 1 Daugherty was unable to attend i the recent formal pledging and i ! was pledged shortly afterward. I It was decided that the sorori- | ty will give away a midget radio on Monday evening, Nov. 20.1 Arrangements for the event were completed at that time. ! At the conclusion of the busi- A group of interesting books ness session, the evening was of adult non-fiction covering a turned over to Miss Phyllis wide variety of subjects has re- i Swarthout who had charge of f»H*r VMIJ-IW «1 n n A.J ;„ _ i .*_ i T. M O Tii*rtfy**Q m f r\r* +• V»« nvm^tivin- also announced that there will be two Masses at St. Mary's next Sunday, one Mass at 9 a. m. and the second Mass at 11 a. m. The „ - .. _ Mission will begin after the 11 supper are Mrs. W. H. Force and i o'clock Mass. | Mrs. J. A. Abrahamson, as- I Father Silvius was a professor I sisted by Mrs. Louis Quail. Mrs. I of philosophy at St. Paul's Mon| C. W. Perry and Mrs. Fred Ber- astery, Detroit, for four years, lin. i Early in 1938 he was trans- The table decorations are to ferred to St. Gabriel's Monastery be arranged by Mrs. R. A. Os- i in Des Moines to prepare him- trander and Mrs. V. F. Cal- | self for Mission work. At present | he devotes himself exclusively j to the work of conducting Missions. Father Silvius speaks English, Lithuanian and French fluently. The first half of the week, Nov. 5 to Nov. 8. inclusive, will be devoted to the Lithuanian Mission. Prayers and sermons will be conducted in Lithuanian lighan. Sewing Club Members Have Party Monday The home of Mr. and Mrs. Gail G. Owen, 510 East Loomis street was the tcene of a gay Hallowe'- language and all the Lithuanians of Mason, Lake and Oceana counties are invited to attend en party on Monday evening this Mission. During the second when Anna Mae Owen enter-, half of the week, Nov. 9 to Nov. tained the members of her sew- \ 12, inclusive, the Mission will be ing club. preached for the English speak- The basement of the home wasj ing people. The grand closing of decorated with black and orange \ the Mission, with an English crepe paper in key with the sea- j sermon, will take place Sunday 3011 and the girls were dressed in, evening, Nov. 12, at 8 o'clock At the colorful costumes of nurses,(this service the Mission Indul- \vitches, negroes, old women,; gence will be imparted and the colonial ladies and Dutch girls. : Papal Blessing will be given Hallowe'en games were played! Order of Mission services: with prizes being won by Lois' Mission with Lithuanian Ser- Anderson and Helen HoLmstrom. < vices—Sunday, Nov. 5: at Lakeview school. # * # Adds New Adult Non-Fiction i The feature of the evening was a I scavenger hunt, in which Barbara Emms and Geraldine i Roberts were winners. i The evening was concluded \ with the serving of doughnuts | and cider. • The committee on arrange-1 nients for the event included! Lsrraine Johnson as chairman,; struction. 9 a. m.—Mass with English sermon. 11 a. m.—Mass with Lithuanian sermon. 8 p. m.—Lithuanian sermon and Benediction. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 6, 7 and 8: 6:45 a. m.—Mass and short in- q - cently been placed in circula- ' the program for the evening, j tiori at Ludington public library.! Tne lesson for the evening was Many people will be glad to covered and a short talk' on "In- | know that the library now has Deductions" as explained by a copy of Ruth Webb Lee's "Ear- ' Mrs - Emily Post, was given by I ly American Pressed Glass". Al-! tne president, Miss Noel Zook. A i so included among the -new, general discussion followed. . j books are "Ballads and Songs of i Tentative 'plans for a formal i Southern Michigan" by Gard- • dancing party, to be sponsored j ner, "Romance of the Patchwork i during the holiday season, were Quilt" by Hall, "Wind Sand and! discussed. These plans will be Stars" by Saint - Exupery, I discussed at greater length at! "country Lawyer" by Partridge i tne next meeting on Monday "The Hudson" by Carmer, "Not 1 evening, Nov. 6. Peace but a Sword" by Sheean. | Miss Jean Durham was ap- • "Pilgrim Places of North i pointed acting treasurer to take America" by Woods, "Chemical i charge of the purchase of the Gardening for the Amateur" by ! radio, in the absence of Mrs. f*f\*^ M i-tvtn ((TT7T-. -. i rtl it j* *-.« ., TTnlnv-t m T^^ 11«.. ~J... .J i_ Anna Mae Owen, Marian Andersen and Kathryn Carlson Members of the club present! 3 p. m.—Lithuanian were Helen Holmstrom, Barbara! and Benediction. 9 a. m.—Mass with Lithuanian sermon. sermon Emms, Barbara Swanson, Lois Anderson, Joyce Geraldine Roberts, Johnson, Marian Anderson, Kathryn Carlson and the hostess, Anna Mae Owen. .Guests of the occasion were Peggy M a d s e n, Gwendolyn Gwinn, Jacqueline Ernst and Dorothy Holmstrom. * # # Connors, "What Shall the Children Read?" by -Richards, "United States in World Affairs Special Services to Be Continued : Mission with English services Johnson,;—Thursday, Friday and SaturLorrame: day, Nov. 9, 10 and 11: i 6:45 a. m.—Mass with short ; instruction. i 9 a. m.—Mass and English ser- I mon. - - ... * v ! 8 p. m.—English sermon and I Benediction. j Sunday, Nov. 12: ! 9 a. m.—Mass and Lithuanian i sermon. ' 11 a. m.—Mass and English ] sermon. j 8 p. m.—English sermon and : closing of the Mission Helen T. Kelley, student at Fer- I ris Institute. ! Those present at the recent ] 1938" by Shepardson, "The ' meeting were the director, Miss Beeps" by, Holton, "Learning to ' D °ris Johnson; the . co-ordinat- Navigate" by Aberle, "Curtains! or - Miss Rosella Kraft; Misses Going Up" by McClary and • Zook, Durham, Swarthout, Bet • -• "Gardens in Color" by Wilder * * * Study Club Members Read Classic Comedy Nineteen members of the Lud- irigton Study club were entertained on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. A. Swanson, 302 North Layinia street. .After a brief business session the meeting was turned over to Mrs. G. W. Hawley and the first three acts of Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" were read. Parts were taken by Mrs. George Parsons, Mrs. Thomas McMaster, Mrs. B. S. Bailey; Mrs. Robert Lunde, Mrs. B. B. Dilly, Mrs. Allen Robinson, Mrs. B. O. Rockwell, Mrs. L. A. Hawley, Mrs. Floyd Fitch, Mrs. George Hollick and Mrs. Ida Grant. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. L. A. Hawley on Nov. 14. # * * East Riv'^rton Mrs. John Leedy and Mrs. Or"Van Saxton accompanied by Mrs Luella Lair of Scottville, attended the Brethren Ladies' Aid society meeting held at the Edwin i Mohler home Thursday, Oct 26 ,Mr. and Mrs. John Reinoehl and Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Prowant oft Eden visited Friday evening, Oct. 27, at the Leedy-Saxton home. a, -Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lund- Aquist of Scottville were Sunday o»«r,i^^ """-ts, Oct. 29, at the home. ty Love, Betty Daugherty, Doris Anderson, Carol Krause, Doris Olmstead, Margaret Gilbert, Katharyn Mar and Dorothy PreFontaine. The special services at, Bethany Methodist church this j and Mrs - George Sterns, week will bs continued this eve-' ning at 7:30 o'clock. ! The general theme of the ser- I vices is "The Christian Life." I RPV. Erling Ed'wardsen, pastor of the church, will preach this eve- Mrs. Anna VO-is has been visiting relatives in Flint the past several weeks. Byron Sprague Is Host at Gay Hallowe'en Party Ghosts.-pumpkins. corn stalks, black cats and jack-o'-lanterns made an appropriate back- gro.und on Saturday evening for a gay Hallowe'en party, given by Byron Sprague at his home at 202 South Washington avenue. All of the guests were dressed in gay costumes. Games were enjoyed during the evening and ! later a luncheon of sandwiches,' doughnuts and cider was en- i joyed. Clever small baskets,, filled with candy, were given as favors. Guests of the occasion were Margery Christofferson, Joyce! Johnson, Jacque Lou Lemire, Delores Pape, Patsy O'Connell, Donald Johnson, Danny O'Connell, Quentin Danielson and 1 Jack Miller. u i i \_, OJ.llAl\s*l< W 1 i 1 ^/ A \_, fc*. \j X A L 111.3 (-. V C j | ning on the topic "Who Are the' i Christians?" ! \ Special vocal duets will be pre-! * sented at his service by Mrs. Ar-! I thur Benson and Mrs. Eskel Ol-' t son. ; .j. The public is cordially invited! to attend the.se services. : I * * * *—*—#—#—# — •*—#— Miss G. Eastman Speaks to PT-A BUTTON'S SCHOOL.—Button's school Parent-Teacher association meetino was held Tuesday evening, Oct. 24. with a good attendance. The musical numbers were enioyed by everyone. Miss Gertrude Eastman gave a fine talk on "The Need for Music Being Taught in the Rural Schools." Later she gave out information concerning the hot lunch project. During the business meeting it was voted that a radio be purchased for the school. Albert Letteau and George Towns were named the purchasing comittee. Committees for November are Mr. and Mrs. W. Hutchison Mr and Mrs. Ed. Hutchison and Mr. It it CHOP SUEY TONIGHT and THURSDAY Wine — Beer Dancing. Middle Bayou Tavern Open at All Times. 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