TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1939. SOCIETY 130 ARE »T SCOUT Court of Awards Is Held During Founder's Day Celebration on Thursday A formal Color service, with Liesse Miller, Joan Baltzer and Maxine Waterman as Color guards, opened the Founder's day celebration, held by Ludington Girl Scout troops on Thursday evening in Oriole hall. Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Jane Withers in "Pack Up Your Troubles" with the Ritz Brothers and Lynn Bari. Yo-Ad Class Will Have Skating Party Camera Club's Picture of the Month The Yo-Ad class of First Methodist church met ' Wednesday evenfhg at the Delbert Filer Vinnie at 928 East Ludington avenue. Dr. Benjamin Doll, president of the class, conducted a short business meeting during which Miss Margaret Woodland, n ) in irman of the activities com- mlt tee. outlined tentative plans for r0 mine; activities. It was 'decided that the next meeting — ;nf the class would be in the OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM i form of a skatiner party to be held Nov 14th. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Pollock will be host and hostess to the grouo at that t,ime. Plans and arrangements were also made for a ^Christmas party and a slei^hride party to be held after Christ- The official welcome was given by Mrs. Frank Carlson, Girl Scout commissioner, following which Miss Luella Alter led the. group in the singing of Scout I TODD-L-INN— songs. A brief memorial service honoring LaRue Ely and Barbara Ely, former members of the Troop of The Community church, was conducted by Mrs. George O. Kribs, Ludington Girl Scout director. The service was concluded with the reading of) an original poem by Mrs. C. C. Caswell. >. The main event of the evening was a short Court of Awards, directed by Mrs. Gerald Swarthout, chairman of the Badges and Awards committee of the Girl Scout Council. Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— mas.' ! Mrs. Doll Dancing to the music of Earl chairman of Jensen's "Swingsters." —'" — light." Among the Bible citations is this passage (Romans 8:16): | "The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we I are the children of God." Correlative passages to be read from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and ! Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, , include the following (r>. 258): i "Mortals have a very"" imperfect sense of the spiritual man and of the infinite range of his thought. To him belongs eternal Life." Mrs. F. Comstock Names Help Red Cross Drive Mrs. Roberts served dainty freshments. re- Hallowe'en Pranks Hallowe'en night passed in a quiet manner in Custer except for a few soaped windows and a few signs which had been cleverly taken from their resting places and put in more conspicuous places. E. P. Reene, deputy sheriff, found the sign from Lake Shore Lodge boosted high on his front lawn and if the owner cares for it he may have same by calling on Mr. Reene. Mrs. Emma Sanders was a at the /» i Sunday guest, Oct. 29, eFS I Of Dan Sanders home in South Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating.' was anoointed a committee to mnkf arrangements for a basket to be Fiven to some need" family at Thanksgiving time. " Following the business meeting short talks were given by Rev. William Helri^el. sunerin- t.pndpnt of the Grand Traverse district, and Rev. Pollock. The remainder of the eve- nino- was soent in visiting and delicious refreshments " were served bv Mrs. Filer, assisted by Mrs. Doll and Mrs. Eli Grover. -•* * is a reproduction of a : summer, shows a string of Naval photo, taken bv George Schmoek, jHe-serve sub-chasers tied up at ... ... * . . _. . . Pere Marquette dock. A student which won iirst prize for October ; gob sjts quietly rea ding in the Grapes are believed to be the first fruit cultivated by man. Grape seeds at least contest of Ludington Camera | craft lined up in single file away I £* viFlage^ "Mrs!" H.Tmedbe7g i ?n°t Jptian^mbT bGen fOUnd Club "•'•"> >ii"t""n «it mi Incf ' 1 rmn t.np rlnn.lr 1 «.-ij »»• •.»_,--, .- — . CT *" ^oJM"" 1 ' wmua. CUSTER.—-Mrs. Frank Cornstock, chairman of the annual Red Cross drive for Custer township, has announced the following line-up which will Custer. Mrs. Orla Allison called during the evening and Mrs. Sanders, who is spending a few weeks with her daughter, returned with her. in the month-by-month photo , Aground with five of the trim | have charge of the work- Cus-T r-nnioct, of Ludington Camera j craft lined up in single file away | ter village Mrs H Smedber°-- The picture, taken last irom the dock. | and Mrs.' Mabel McKenziet - | Menninger school district, Mr. -|and Mrs. Barney Nelson; Wei-, don Creek district. Mrs. Jennie X IJCastenholtz; McClellan district. 1 * _;i Mrs. William Sheffler and Miss ' t |McCumber; Wilson district, Mrs.!? M ^ CTT\I"nAV OUJNUAI QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Free BoakTells of HomeT reatmentthat Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Over one million bottles of the WILLARD TREATMENT have been sold for reliefer symptoms of distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcort duo to Excess Acid—• Poor Digestion, Sour or, Up»»t Stomach, Qasiintti, Htartbum, Sleeplessness, etc., due to Excess Acid. Sold on IS days trial) Ask for "Wlllard's Me«aie" which fully explains this treatment—fre«—at LEWIS DRUG STORE Wangen Building . The Second Class badge was awarded by Mrs. Carlson to was held on Thursdp^- after Leatrice Wigren, Shirley Eller, Dolores Mrs. Fred Newberg Is Reviewer At Meeting Mrs. fondiT is Circle Hostess The regular meeting of the members of the Woman's society of The Community church noon in the churchhouse. Mrs. Lowell Beach, devotion- oores . , -. . . e ome Dorothy , al leader for the meeting, quot- jif h p r sister. Mrs. T,. Swimmer, , Carol i ed from an article entitled j in Sherman township. ' Lois Christoffersen, Jensen, Julia Jensen, Carlson, Betty Jeppesen, ^ui,-- . ---- Rohn, Mary Ann Nelson, Lois i "Emigration from Russia." Jean Albrecht and Marion Col-j Mrs. Ward Baillargeon, pro- vin. (gram chairman, then ' an- The Camp Craft badge was pounced the feature of the aft- awarded to Marcia Mae Ely and ernoon, a- review of the book Peggy Parrott. j "Second Hoeing" by Sykes, giv- Badges for dancing were pre-1 en bv Mrs - Fred Newberg. The sented to Naomi Wright and pstorv outlines the life " of a Elizabeth Magmer. j Russian family who moved to Swimming .badges were pre- ! America to live. sented to Julia Jensen, Maryi A roll call of the circles Barbara Curtiss, Marcia Mae [present was then taken and Thp St Rn.se circle of St. Pinion's ^hurrh was entertain- f>H on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. S. Tonriu. at the home i Mrs. Edward Holzbnrh. nrps- 'irtrnt of the circle, conducted a .brief business meeting and • afterwards, ninochle was olav- ed. First prize -was won by Mrs T. J. Barber, second by IMrs. Frhvard Dutch and low by :Mrs. Thomas Loy. Mrs. Swim; m<^r's home was be^utiful'y i decorated with chrysanthemums. BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST —Guest speaker at the 10:45 o'clock morning worship service in Washington Avenue Baptist church wall be Adjutant : Kyle Piercy of the Salvation I Army. The evening service will be ! held at 7:30 o'clock and will be conducted by the Young Peo- j pie's society. COMMUNITY THE COMMUNITY—At the morning worship service at 10:45 o'clock in The Community church. Rev. Paul Haskell Clark will speak on the topic "The Conquest of Selfishness." The service of music includes the anthem "Turn Ye Even to j Me" by Harker, sun<* by the • chancel choir, and the organ selections "Pastoral Calm" by ' ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN-Eng- | Herman Wilson : Ressegne dis-' lish Communion service will be trict, Mrs Roy Cable and River- ' t held at St. John's Lutheran S ide district. Llovd Hfisspihnmr X church on Sunday 10:30 o'clock. A morning at preparatory .service will take place at 10 a. m. district, Lloyd . The annual get-together and dinner for the workers will DP held in Ludington on Nov. 9, at of on our G-E TREASURE ISLAND Rev. Willir-,n Opitz will preach | which time the supplies will be .>., t-1-* /i t-1 •< it i« * * A f \XTn TP.r\l*rri \7 f» (™^l 11* • ^.1..«»» i i . . on the topic Debtors." 'As We Forgive Our Hie Sunday school will meet at] 10 a. m. Ihe church extends a warm welcome especially to the church in the community. Riven out to each local for their own district. worker!* * t I Special at the REXALL Ic SALE I Party Is Enjoyed ; A haopy evening was spent * un-,at the Ivan Roberts home Tues- * day evening when June. Mary X and Wilma Roberts entertained •:• ! at a Hallowe'en party for Peggy, t BETHANY METHODIST— At; Reta and Patty Wagner. X the 10:45 o'clock morning wor-( The girls spent a jolly evening * service in Bethany_Metho-j with games and stunts In a 2 Ely, Maxine Waterman, Betty j Mrs. C. C. Caswell, society sec- noon, n delicious luncheon was Genson and Peggy Parrott. iretary, read a communication , served by the hostess. Outdoor Cook badges were from the Starr Commonwealth <• Gt ' " '' presented to Shirley Lagesen, for Boys, expressing the appre-!Mrs. Marcia Mae Ely, Peggy Parrott' i elation of the school for the ' Tot ™ Beverly Newberg, Mary Barbara' >F ift of canned fruits, jams and Cartier, Mary Evelyn Hoffman'-i ellies sent bv the Woman's and Catherine Kribs j society. Mrs. C. J. Peterson was reported convalescent at the home of her daughter in De- At the conclusion of the .Court, Miss Alice Nelson described to the Scouts the Girl Scout chalet at the 'New York World's fair. Mrs. A. R. Vestling chairman of the Ludington - liette " which is kept in the name of the society Guests of the occasion were M. Garlock. Mrs. L G Jeh.nvv and Mrs. John LeSnrsre. Members nresent, other than thosp already mentioned, were Mpsdames A. Lavich. C. J. Lemire, J. R. Anderson, George Barber. R. Kovar. Norman Lorentz, Otto Nelson. Andrew W. F. Fortier. C. O. Miss Myrtle Shinsky _ hostesses, Mrs. Tondu and Mrs. Swimmer. next meeting will be in two wpeks at the home 315 North Parker, "Reverie" by Kirkland and "Fanfare" by Dubois, play, ed by Mrs. Myrtle Hollineer. At 12 o'clock, noon, there will be a general meeting of the church to receive and act upon recommendation of the Board of Trustees for budget for 1940. The Young People's society will meet at 1:45 p. m. at the church to drive to Muskegon to attend the fall meeting of the Lakeshore district of the Muskegon Association of Fellowship. The church school will meet ,at 9:30 a. m. and also at 9:30 .of the Mary and Martha circle'i At l ^' s di.it church, Rev. Erling Edward-! room which had been decorated ' sen will speak on the topic "The; with Hallowe'en cutouts. Cross and Tne Christian Life."j At the close of the social hour, • 'ir.e choir will sing two anthems \ ', and special organ music will be j •-•_ „ ~ "^=~-r~=_i M-.^. ; played by Mrs. Eskel Olson. |f * *—*-* - K--*-#-*_^! At the 7:30 o'clock evening!.}. service, the Epworth League will j j present a dramatization of an * o:iyinui radio sketch entitled I "Tne Stranger of Galilee."/! 1 Music lor this service will be ; # p.ovided by the male chorus. The Sunday school will con- I vene at 9:30 a. m. ! . f ^i FIKST METHODIST—"What * Can I Get of Life" is the subject, I lor the surmon at 11 o'clock this. * Pilerim Sunday morning at First Metho- • I e dut cnurch. Rev. William H.I T FISH FRY Friday and Saturday Night at OLD HICKORY INN i ; * for the benefit or parents who desire to attend the morning .service. Helrigel of Traverse City, dis- . #—*—#- trict superintendent of the' i Grand Traverse district of the 1 'Methodist church, will preach.;j service the choir will! -#—# — •:• I* : * . ••* .;. ! >!* it * * * SATURDAY ONLY WHILE TllEY LAST! Regular $1.25 Value 2—500 sheet Packages Klenzo FACIAL TISSUES and one whole pound RexaH Theatrical Cold Cream Both for only /uC Here's the cleansing treatments actors use because it's so thorough. And you get enough to last a long while. The complete set for only 7Gc. AT SNOW'S DRUG- STORE "The Rexall Store" * i *i .;. i 4- ! • Save yourself work, irritations, fuss and bother — with handy electrical appliances. We've many of them — all by General Electric — and you should have (hem in>o</rhomcl Come in and check your needs at our Treasure Island display. It's taty to stay young u-ith General Eltclric ap Wallace Kuras APPLIANCES 210 W. Ludington Avc. Phone G04 I —.. ~, ..^i^ii was put on m pantomime by the girls working on the Dramatic badge. The presentation was directed by Mrs. Fred Newberg and Mrs Orian Crocker. At the end of the program a closing circle was made and Taps were sung by the 130 girls present. Later, apples were served by the Summit troop guest of the Ludington troops at this event. * # * ;of Mrs. Ida McCan.Hless, Mrs. i Grace Knapp and Mrs." Clyde ,Rowe. I A social hour concluded the I afternoon, when refreshments .'were served by Mrs. Emil Stahl, IMrs. J. N. Taggart, Miss Grace Thome and Mrs. Baillargeon. * * #. Normal Students Have Gay Party Guest Is At Club Speaker - __ The members of The students of Mason Coun- |ty Normal school and their j teachers enjoyed a delightful Ihnrd-times party. held on Mnnfinn- Wednes day evening in the HflcBTIlIM classroom, decorated in gav " lwwu "6icolors for the occasion. All 'members of the group wore Ludington ^ anc ^" me ' dnwn costumes in . uuuiBum.,__„ ... !it , tl __ keynote Qf ! Card, Dancing- Party I The Parent-Teacher association of Chamber school is I sponsoring a card and dancing ( nart.y at Victory townhall Fri- dav evening. Nov. 10. Lunches will be hold the proceeds going to mirchase a radio for the school'. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Thonmson son. Freeman, soent Sun- evening, Oct. 29, at the Mr. and Mrs. Harold „„, returned to their home in a few days' visit and Mrs. George and J<Jhn ., evening at the house. At this time Roland Hirner a national bulletin propos— 0 the motion that copies of -the Townsend paper should be distributed in Ludington in conjunction with a plan for the dissemination of further Townsend Information. At the conclusion of the reading of the bulletin brief talks were given by Frank Alexander, president of the local club, and by Mr. Miller of Howard City, a guest of the meeting, who told of the club activities in his city The feature of the evening was a talk by John Lawcock on the transaction tax and its possible connections with the club The next meeting will be held on Thursday evening, Nov. 9, at the"club headquarters. # # * "Victorious Living 5 ' to Be Sermon Topic The last of the series of special services held at Bethany . Methodist church will be held f' at 7:30 o'clock this evening. At this time, Rev. Erling Edwardsen will address the congrega- "Jlon on the topic, during the evening and later refreshments were served at a decorated table. The feature of the luncheon was the serving of a huge four-tiered cake, der-orated with Halloween candies. Special guests of the occa- S1 °n- o the r than the students and their teachers, were Miss dertrude Eastman, and , Jooks of his residence with of Chamber the mothers a Hallowe'en ernoon, Oct. played and eon served : Beyers and pupils school entertained of the district at party Monday aft- a delicious . lunch- it the close of the ! EVANGELICAL i EVANGELICAL FREE—"Pall; bearers That Destroy Young Lives." will be the topic of the sermon to be preached by Rev. Carl G. Nicholson at the morning service at 10:45 o'clock in Evanselical Free church this Sunday. ; At the Gospel evangelical .meeting, to be held at 7':30 p. 'm., the general theme "What ,Is Coming" will be continued. I There will be a Young Peo- cle's meeting at 6:45 p. rh. and :the Sunday school class will convene at 9:30 a. m. LUTHERAN B H T IIA N Y LUTHERAN— Morning worshio will be held at 10:30 o'clock in Bethany Lutheran church. Rev. John Christensen will bring the message at that time, on the topic /'Forgiveness." Special choir music will accompany this service and Miss Margaret Rasmussen will play organ the anthem "Give Peace In Our lime" by Wilson. The or-!' yan .selections, played by Mrs.] Lrj.n V. Dewey, will include "To A Lily" by Hodson, "Song Without Wu:d.s" by Bendai and "March In C" by Cadman. : Tne regular Sunday school session at 9:45 a.m. will open] with a devotional service in each! department. The Intermediate I and Adult departments will meet' in the mail-, room of the church i ioi a devotional period to be di- : reeled by Arthur Dewey. j Ti-iL- Junior Epworth League' will meet at 5 p. m. in the 1 Young People's room Miss Bernice Fitch will be in charge 1 of the meeting. ; The Senior Epworth League ; will meet at 6:15 p. m. and at| this time Rev. W. H. Helrigel will give the address. Rev. Helrigel will also preach'I on the subject "The Parable of The Sower" at the 7:30 o'clockil evening service. The choir will! have charge of the singing. •• The public is cordially invited to attend these services. MR. RETAILER: ...-,,- « Most every merchant wants.to make a profit, doubtless you do too. Ask our salesmen about SAVE ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS It's a profit making item that you will want to carry in your slock. H. C. Schrink & Sons WHOLESALERS I LET'S TALK AIJOUT SAVINGS BUTTER, LARD, 2 3 2 ,,,, cans CORNED BELT,. . CORNED A BEEF II ASH A cans CHUCK ROAST, western beef, lb. CKISCO or O SPKr, . .. O ibs. OXVDOL, RINSO, CI1IPSO, 9 „„. 57c 25c 37c 29c 18c 1 37c BLUE LABELff lb. KARO, ... 3 10 lb I'AKU, RED HEART, VAL DOG Q t> 55c RI- SCIENTISTS selec- —FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST i .,, ,. SCIENTIST-"Adam and Fall- i ^vf- m * b % no ev - enin * ser - e " Man " will be the subject of I this Sunday. the lesson-sermon in all Chris- I The Sunday schoo.l and Bible tian Science churches through- and Mrs. Eugene — * -X- *•- 'Betty Jeppesen will icharge of the service. V. E. Johnson Is Elected Officer j Word has been received of the ! e l ecllt)rlon of V. E. Johnson, son of Mrs. Lisa Johnson of Pere Marquette township and treasurer of Luther college, to the chairmanshlD of the Financial Officers of the Lutheran Facul- £l n !. te i n Lutheran colleges u at the meet- convention, and 300 Lutheran faculty were present. —' Jt « ^y, ^ A pound nf "too makes 15Q and ] . B. Peterson, McClellan and Earl Lexaw spent Sunday evening. Oct 29, at the GeorgeJJeale "home. Michigan at its most westerly point is 140 miles west of Chicago. be in sleepest, and arise from the , dead, and Christ shall eive thee service- of music will in- lUde selections sung by the .,„ chorus. A high Interest has been ,_i In these special meetings, Bdwardsen reported. The ilJc is cordially invited to at" the service this evening. 49c „ . 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