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

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, November 2, 1939
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GE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1939, SOCIETY Fashions of Milady Portrayed . In Detail on Little Lady Dolls Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents "The Escape" with I Kane Richmond, Amanda Duff.! June Gale, Edward Norris and j Henry Armetta; and Jackie : Cooper and Betty Field in "What ; a Life" with John Howard, Hed- j da Hopper and Janice Logan. , OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM First Annual Joint Meeting Is in Progress at Flint Today Rev. Paul Haskell Clark, pastor of The Community church, left on Wednesday morning to attend the First Annual Joint Con- Dancing vention of the Michigan Council of Churches and Christian Edu- | OLD HICKORY INN cation and the Michigan Coun- i cil of Church Women, which i Dancing. opened early Wednesday after- j °' noon at the Court Street Meth- i HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN-. odist church at Flint. J. Preceding the convention,! Dancing which is in progress today and j ' _ Friday also, Rev. Clark attended i TODD-L-INN— a special meeting of the Board | Dancing. of Directors of the Michigan j KAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating LOCflL STUDENT! flfiE IORCHES1 Council. •Rev. Clark took part on Wednesday in an area conference at which the topic "Church Life and Outreach" with subtopics j "How shall we begin in Michigan," "What is the world opportunity of the church" and "How shall we finance the church" was discussed. Chairman of this area group was Dr. Stephen Lloyd and other members were Dr. Thomas Alfred Tripp, Dr. Fred Field Goodsell and Dr. Harry Myers. The conference will close with Five present or former reM- a consecration service in the 'dents of Ludington, now stud- Court Street Methodist church i ents at Olivet college, are on Friday at 2:30 p. m 'members of Olivet College Outstanding convention lead- 'Symphony orchestra which ers are Dr. Paul Harrison of i'presented its first concert of Arabia, known as one of the!"} 6 season Saturday night, world's foremost medical mis- (They are Miss Mary Parrott. sionaries; Dr. Georgia Harkness, I "Ho, , and . Irving Parrott, America's leading woman speak- ^""J^d^Shter and son of Parrott of this city: tyrnpam, Mrs> Jo •. Betty Buck er on the subject of religion; Dr. Percy R. Haywlard, director of ; . . Program Development in the In- il a " gh * er ° f MrT ' * nd , ternational Council of Churches; !?? Qp ,^ 1HBuck of - Ludington; Dr. Thomas Alfred Tripp, direct- i Haioia and '"PHAT style consciousness has reached the minds of the very youngest of our feminine population is proved by the overwhelming response which has greeted the introduction by a New York manufacturer of the Little Lady Dolls. For the 1 first time in doll lltetory, the Little Lady creations wear clothes that accurately reflect the fashions of today" In every detail—from her beaut: r ' ' head of hair arranged in the vc latest coiffeurs, her individ. fingers which can wear gloves ?' her satin-smooth complexion— her dainty shoes. Little La. breathes the 1939 fashion appe. The smartest Fifth Avenue coi turiers as well as Paris sty sources provide the inspiratio; for Little Lady dresses, accesso- r 'p.s 3nd hair styles. Designers have long been famous for the careful workmanship and painstaking detail with which they have dressed dolls. But their newest idea—to reflect the feminine fashions exactly in doll dresses—is surely a step forward. It will soon be possible to detect in the doll that your youngster carries, a preview of what Milady will be wearing at her bridge party or theater date. Of course all the Little Lady dolls wear clothes that can be hanged, eliminating monotony in .er dress wardrobe. Thus a child an keep abreast of style changes, he can follow fashions dictates— nd^till have the same doll that lie has learned to love so passion- itely. A little golden bracelet iliat has been in her family for a , number of years adorns the wrist I. of every Little Lady doll. Lois Class Holds Monthly Meating Vari-colored leaves and Bay «r. ilium**/uncu in Pi i,uu «;•,-(„„,, w Laudenslager. vi9lin, ,huge pumpkin set the scene re- or of the Town and Country de- \™* ^**^ ud ™ s £**:__™ l *<. 'pentlv for the monthly meet- partment of the Board of Home Missions; Dr. Fred Field Good- • sell of Boston, executive vice i president of the Board of Com- ' missioners for Foreign Missions Dr. Roy Vale, pastor of the Woodward Avenue Presbyterian church of Detroit, and Dr. Paul re ?i d< r nt ? f °J Suttons their father of scnools a of toe p e dro Paz Sad of ins' of the Lois class of Evanis superin- gelical Sunday school, held at the church. Miss Doris Bashaw acted as hostess for the occasion. The session was opened with . a short business meeting, dur- music j n g w hich plans for an outdoor for the Lamont Thompson, president of: evenin'^wa.! H°nw^rri imhpii'r* party were disc ussed. Two •K-oiflmn-/™ nniipo-o ^veiling was Howard Silberer, committees, a refreshment and Kalamazoo college. * * * i noted pianist. The program j included Nicolai's overture to ("The Merry Wives of Windsor" iMendelssohn's "Italian Sym! phony," and Beethoven's "Em- ipeyr" concerto No. 5. i Tine .five student-musicians were all former well-known members of Ludington high an entertainment committee, were appointed for this event. ! After the business meeting, a number of games were played. Prizes were awarded to Miss Ailene Alstrom and Miss Helen Koycas. At the close of the evenins j school band and orchestra, first a delicious luncheon was served __ (trained in group playing by a ^ a table centered with a Ludington Junior To wnsend! Rector LF. Peterson. Miss , large lighted jack-o'-lantern. club sponsored a delightful Hal-'""„ ^f H J VIr .-,P arr ? t t.. Fresh- Those present were Misses lowe'en party on Tuesday eve-' men ' made thplr mit ' 01 ""- , were initial ap-, Ailene Alstrom, Anne Henery the orchestra; June Zemke, Ida Marie Ander- upperclassmen. son, Frances Boreson Jean symphony's Forsleff, Helen Koycas, Minnie winter will be Smith and the hostess, Miss mi ; ,1 , i , • i -•* m Grand Ranids and Bashaw The hall was decorated in or-1 Detroit, each time featuring a r- T ange and black for the occasion nationally-known soloist g Guests -* * 4f i men, made their ning at the Moose lodge ball- i j£f a0ntheerswi "? e room. The party was open to the | Included in the public and was well attended, it,schedule this was reported. and music for dancing was furnished by "The Swingsters." Features of the evening were 6 waltz contest, won by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, and a jitterbug contest, won by Al Donnora and Miss Helen Daibak of Custer. In addition to the two door prizes, other prizes were c'onat- of the occasion were Misses Phyllis and Eldean i Bashaw and Lois Bryant. Twins Are Hostesses i T °p ic ls Announced • j. n j. n ^ for Sermon Tonight At Costume Party Witches, princesses, Dixies The series of special services, being held in Bethany Methodist church under the general ed by the Abrahamson-Nerheimiand goblins mingled at a °-av ! themc ' "The Christfan Life," will company, the Ludington Lum- I Hallowe'en party °o-j v en recent- i De continued this evening at.7:30 ber company, the Mark Clothing ily by Louise and Lois Fusere j cclock in the church. company, Schohl's Jewelry | at their home at 423 North Wil- j Rev. Erling Edwardsen pastor company, the Morris Store, Col- liam street. jot the church, will be in'charge vin Jewelry and Gift shop, J. C. The home was decorated for j of the .service this evening ana HP /"ll" > r i QCir\'n ivi r\i**-\t-i rm n«jJ ) ...; 1 1 ,, ^^ *--. ^ i _ ^,,, «!-.„ 4 — :_ .. T-\ _ _ • _ Penney company, Smith's Rec- the occasion in orange and ; will speak on the topic "Enemies reation, Hollick and Carlson I black. j of the Christian Life " Grocery company, Lunde and The evening was spent in Special music v'll be Clothing company, I Paying a variety of amusing Sheldon bv the Sahlmark Drug company and Snow's Drug store. The door prizes of one-half ton of coal and one-quarter ton per was served bv the hostesses' mother, Mrs. Walter Fugere assisted by Mrs. H. Olsen. Those attending were Don- OLson — •—»•- •— • vw** M**k* <^&*V M V»«A^ V\f± VV^XA ~, -. * «1J_ l '-* "^ of coal were won by Miss Lottie i? a j! eanr ,. Altrock ' Marietta Hall- Sherman of Scottville and by 2.® r ,?- El i een , Anderson. Elnora Miss Margaret Christensen, re- j nhi," Sl *?i« bara aB ° erson ' J°se---••- -•- pnme Olman, Arlene Waterman, Elaine and Shirley Olsen Mr. and Mrs. H. Olsen and the hostesses, Lois and Louise . respectively. Other prizes were won by Miss Doris Bashaw, Harold Fisher, Miss Loraine Mack, Frank Benak, Arlin Gifford, Miss Donna Dickey, Miss Martha Logan and Miss Gladys Swan. The next meeting of the club Fugere. * # Thirty-four percent of the total number of employes in So_ , , Vle t Russia are women There «* 7 « n , , °^ Tuesday evening 1 are now about 8,500^00 women at 7:30 o'clock. A special speak- workers in Russia wom tn er will appear at this meeting. Dancing will be enjoyed later. The public is invited to attend. * * •X- vf -Jr — -Jf — ^ .—. Auxiliary Honors Mrs. L. Vannatter The members of the Ladies' ; Auxiliary of Harmony Grange i I [' met on Oct. 26 at the home of I A. Vannatter, 304 East if street, in celebration of birthday anniversary, delicious basket dinner was and a social hour enjoyed. Vannatter was the ret of a lovely collective gift. DANCING EVERY NIGHT ON THE FINEST DANCE FLOOR IN MASON COUNTY. EARL JENSEN'S SWINGSTERS FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN No Cover Charge. BABY CLINIC The monthly baby clinic sponsored by the Welfare division of the Woman's Literary ciub will be held at the Mason county courthouse on Friday. Nov. 3, from 2 until 4 p. m. Mrs. Henry Bigsby Hostess to Society WEST RIVERTON.—The We.s*: Riverton Ladies' Aid society met for an all-day meelinsj Wertr^s- day. Oct. 25. at the home of Mrs. Henry Bigsby. The day was .spent "ocially while the ladies occupied themselves with personal needlework. A co-operative dinner was .served at noon. Following dinner, the business meeting wa.s opened by the president. Mrs. Eli Hanson! with corn- munitv singing led by the chorister, Mrs. Henry Butler, and accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Howard Colby. Mrs. Hanson then read a poem. "The Seasons." The Lord's prayer was spoken in unison. Mrs. Archie Wadel. secretary, called the roil. In discussing ways and •neans, a decision was reached by vote that each member donate" SI to enrich the treasury at this time in preference to '.sponsoring •* chicken supper, the supper to be sponsored in the spring if the need arose. Two new memoers enruued at : this meeting, Mrs. Carl Peterson and Mrs. John Kiefer. Mrs. EdLson ,Brown will be hostess to the society on Wednesday, Dec. G. The meeting closed with the singing uf i hymn. "Sweet Hour of Prayer." This meeting was the first of a series which will continue once 'a month during the winter. : Those attending were Rev. and Mrs. Lester A. Ruegsegger and Mesdames Arthur Bigsby. Eli Hanson. Archie Wadel. Abe Gamertsfelder. John Rineboit. Clarence Rinebolt, Mott Butler, James Pedersen, Melvin Goff, •Nels Jorgensen. Perry A. Garn- ertsfelder, Nel.s Nelson. Howard Colby, Henry Butler, H Mauric? Butler. John Kiefer, Carl Peter '•on. Miss Amelia Schaeffer and the hostess. Mrs. Big.sby. Mrs. : Lucille Hall was a guest. Box Social Held at Elm Flats School Ten tables of pinochle were ! played at the second game of jthe' tournament between the ! members of the Ladies' Ar- 'beiter society and the members 'of Washington camp No. 542, i Royal Neighbors of America, held on Wednesday afternoon in I. O. O. F. hall. First prize was won by Miss lEdna Weiss, second by Mrs. i William Meese, who won first : prize at the last game, and i third prize was won by Mrs. .Leonard Augustson. 1 Thirty members of the Ivy j Leaf camp, Royal Neighbors of ' Manistee. were present at the 'regular meeting of Washington camp held on Wednesday evening. Another guest was i Mrs. Ivabel Snyder of Frank- jfort. : At this time, seven candidates were initiated into the camp. The ritual was put on by the Washington camp officers and : the new formal gowns, fashioned of white dotted-Swiss with bouffant skirts and purple sashes ending in long streamers, were worn. After the ceremony, Mrs. Snyder and Miss Mae Wait of Manistee addressed the 9J la- aip< pre-ent. A delightful program, including a tap dance and encore by Miss Louise Weinert. was enjoyed. Miss Weinert was accompanied at the piano by her teacher. Miss Phyllis Johnson. Later. Mrs j Anna Ereon led the group in I community singing. ~ j At the close of the evening. ! a delicious two-course lunch- ! eon was served at long tables! ; decorated in autumn colors.. : Pumpkins, fruit and grapes ' were piled alon° the tables I ,and bright apples were placed ' at each guest's place. The.I table was cleverly decorated ! .with sprays of ivy vine in ! tribute to their visitors. i i The committee in charge of I the event was headed by Mrs : LeMoyne Cronenwett and in- j eluded Mesdames William I Green, C. Marasco. Robert Arn- ! old. Emil Stahl, Rose Dove and i Misses Jane Hamilton and Ed-i na Weiss. i The mystery pacKag.e for the i evening; was awarded to Mrs'' .Roy Grotemat. ' j State Bank Employes Are Entertained The employes of the Ludington State Bank were entertained at dinner on Wednesday evening by Richard H. Wilde, Guy L.I Dodd and Robert C. Cooper. Dinner was served at 6 o'clock at the A. E. Rasmussen cottage at Hamlin lake, The evening was spent in playing pinochle and Chinese checkers. Those present were Miss Dorothy Meers, Miss Evelyn Doran, i Miss Elaine YoungquLst. O C Zook, E. A. Miller, H. L. Hawley William Miller and the hosts, Messrs. Wilde. Dadd and Cooper. Hallowe'en Party Enjoyedjby Group CUSTER.—A jolly Hallowe'en party was held at the J. H.I home in South Custer i Bern ice. .and Russell Odean, Johnnie Wittbecker, Jack and Junior Kintner, Verna Prowant, Onabelle and Donnie Cable; Miriam and Shirley Kirkman, John and Catherine Reinoehl and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Saxton. entertained the.mem- bers of her Sunday school class. As the guests arrived at the 1 home they were met by a ghost, who, after extending a clammy ; Mrs. James McMaster and son, Don; Mrs. Elizabeth Papp and Mrs. Harold Buckles drove to Muskegon Saturday evening, Oct. 28, where they met Miss Lila Brandenburg who returned to Custer with them for the week-end. Mrs. Eugene Smith and daughters were last week-end guests at the home of her mother. Mrs. Mary Wing. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Austin of Bloomingdale were dinner guests at the Dewey Brandenburg home Friday evening, Oct. 27. Jack and Donnie Schroeder spent a couple of days last week at the Fred Smith home in Custer and at the Robert Rader home in Carr Settlement. Mr. and Mrs. Smith drove to Manistee Sunday. Oct. 29, taking the boys to their home. George Woodhead and son, Charles, and Mrs. Jess White and son. James, motored to Bay ast week-end at Vhite home. Mrs. who had spent the Dewey Brandenburg home were Mr. and Mrs. Foster Stults and children, Lois and Burrell, and Loren Shults of Battle Creek. Harvey Prowant iert Monday morning for Flint to spend a few days with relatives and friends. PENTWATER THEATRE TONIGHT through a tunnel which had, been prepared by moving a ta-i ble in front of the door. As they j stooped to crawl under they i by various witches,! other Hallowe'en i visitors making noises of all j kinds. Later they were taken to | the living room which had been ! decorated with Hallowe'en fes- ' toons and made lovely for an j evening of games, contests and visiting. All guests were masked and Miss Verna Prowant, who played the part of a "bum," won the prize for the funniest costume. At the close of the evening a dainty luncheon was served with spooky Hallowe'en novelties being used as favors. Those who enjoyed the evening of fun were the hostess. Mrs. Reinoehl and husband; Robert Miller, Ruth Miller, Hoi- ! ly. Mary, Don and Bob Wilson, j returned to Custer with Mrs. Eric Sandin was a guest ! Tuesday.. Oct. 24. of her sister, i Mrs. Jesse McMaster. Sunday! dinner .guests at the McMaster ! home were Mrs. Hartford Papp j and Miss Lila Brandenburg. ! Sunday guests, Oct. 29, at the I ; turkey and a box of groceries. , Mrs. K. Saya won the turkey ;as first prize, Mrs. Nicholes 'won a cake saver as second 'prize and Laura Nicholes received a box of candy as third prize. Mrs. Marshall Gulembo won the box of groceries *The proceeds from the social and awards will be used for the 4-H material for the school pupils. New Under-arm Jream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration f Entertainment I This Evening V * St. Simon's * 1 Auditorium, ' T 8 P. M. T * * i Everybody i i Welcome j, i i •x—ir- -»•-« — * — ».—*-— -X—•* — * 1. Does not rot dresses — does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right aficr shaving. 3. Instantly srops perspiration for 1 to 5 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure white, greaseless, stainless vanishing cream. 5- Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering, for being harmless to fabrics. 15 MILLION Jars of Arrid have been sold. Try a jar todayl ARRID At all more* celling toilet good* *" (•!«» in 10e and 59c j*r») If Vou're Looking for Good Food You Can Find It at the COFFEE POT CAFE 517 South James Street 25c and 35c Plate Luncheons—Homemade Soup, Chili, Oyster Stew and a Delicious Hostess Hamburger. Also Sandwiches of All Kinds. , ELM FLATS—Mrs. Don Hack- 1 ert and her pupils gave a box ! social at the schoofhouse Oct. : 30. 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