AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1939. SOCIETY When Mason County Boys Were Drafted for War Mrs. William Bentling Is Feted at Recent Meeting of Ladies' Aid Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Jane Withers in "Pack Up Your Troubles" with The Ritz Brothers, Lynn Bari. .Joseph Schildkraut, Stanley i Fields, Fritz Leiber and Lionel jRoyce. Also selected .short sub- ijects. The regular meeting of the ! OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Ladies' Aid society of St. John's | 'Lutheran church was held on j Dancing. Thursday afternoon in the church rooms. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Arthur Wilson, and was opened with a prayer and community singing. Rev. William Opitz, pastor of the church, addressed the ladies briefly on the topic of the approaching Advent season and the duties of a Christian toward his church. During the business session, plans were completed for the annual church supper, to be held on Nov. 8. It was voted at this time to give $5 to the local American Red Cross chapter. Mrs. William Bentling, who recently celebrated her golden wedding anniversary recently, was honored at this meeting and received a lovely collective gift from the society. Mrs. Bentling is an honorary member of the society. Two appropriate hymns were sung by i;he pupils of the St.. John's school in honor of Mrs. Bentling. They were accompanied at the piano by George Hillman, principal of the school. At the conclusion of the afternoon, delicious refreshments •were served at a long table centered with a three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with gold and baked for the occasion by Mrs. Robert Thielman. At each end of the table was placed a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums, which were later presented to the honoree. Rev. Opitz spoke a few words in honor of Mrs. Bentling, mentioning her long activity as a member of St. John's Lutheran church and then presented her with the gift in behalf of the society. Mrs. Bentling responded briefly with thanks to the members of the society, the school pupils and their teacher. The serving committee was headed by Mrs. Robert Radtke, assisted by Mrs. William Paap, Mrs. Charles Shively, Mrs. Harold Richardson, Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mrs. Albert Schultz, Mrs. Charles Seeburg and Mrs. Roy Pierce. * * *. Baptist Ladies' Aid Elects New Officers OLD HICKORY INN— I Dancing. i HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— j Dancing to music by Earl Jensen's "Swingstcrs." ; | TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS- Roller skating. * * *— Miss Irene Abraham of Milwaukee Becomes Bride of Leo Weinert A lovely church wedding performed on Oct. 21 in Saron's Evangelical Lutheran church in Milwaukee, united in marriage Miss Irene Abraham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Deitrich of Milwaukee, and Leo Weinert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Weinert of Ludington, Route 4. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. A. Lengling, pastor of the church, at 4:30 p. m. in the presence of a number of friends of the couple. i Miss Laverne Abraham, sister of the bride, acted as her maid of honor and MisS Mildred Rosenberg and Miss Ethel Heinkel served as bridesmaids. Charm- Northeast Division Hears Rev. Helrigel Members' of division of the Ladles' Aid of The regular monthly business meeting, of the Ladies' Aid society of Washington Avenue Baptist church was held on Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. The meeting was opened with singing, Scripture reading and prayer. During the brief business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Arthur Altschwager, society president, it was decided to take a membership in the American Bed Cross, to fill baskets for needy families at Thanksgiving and to have a Christmas party at the December meeting. At this time the following new officers were elected: President, Mrs. Erving Johnson; vice president, Mrs. Arthur Altschwager; secretary, Mrs. E. Nelson; assistant secretary, Mrs. William Tarr; treasurer, Mrs. L. Mode- weg; assistant treasurer, Mrs. R. E. Omark. New committees chosen were: Program committee, Mrs. R. E. Omark, Mrs. R. Hesslund and Mrs. O. W. Johnson: membership committee, Mrs. William Tarr, Mrs. E. Wells and Mrs. L. Pehrson; flower committee, Mrs. O. Lexen and Mrs. C. Shil- ander; social committee, Mrs. F. Johnson, Mrs. R. Hesslund, Mrs. F. Peterson, Mrs. O. W. Johnson, Mrs. E. Nelson, Mrs. R. E. Omark, Mrs. William Tarr and Mrs. A. Youngquist. Society pianists chosen at this time were Mrs. R. E. Omark and Mrs. F. Johnson. The meeting was closed with a prayer by the retiring president, Mrs. Altschwager. At the conclusion of the meeting, a potluck luncheon was served by the social committee, ' beaded by Mrs. F. Johnson, and , • a social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. S. Nerheim Is Hostess to Society The Ladies' Aid society of Bethany Methodist church held its regular meeting on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Steffan Nerheim, East Loomis street, with Mrs. Arne Soli and Mrs. Robert Lunde as co-hostesses. The meeting was opened with the singing of several songs in unison and Rev. Erling Edwardsen, pastor of the church, read the scripture lesson and offered prayer. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Gerald Nerheim, president. Reports om the various committees were given and it was announced that the society's annual Christmas bazaar will be held on Dec. 7. At the conclusion of the business session, a program was enjoyed. A lovely vocal solo was sung by Karen Lundc and a Thanksgiving playlet entitled "Better Than None" by Eva A. Brinker, was presented. Parts were taken by Mrs. Hans Hansen. Mrs. Leroy Hamilton, Mrs. Carlton Benson, Mrs. Robert Albrecht and Misses Mildred Iverson and Lois Boline. A social hour concluded afternoon when delicious freshments were served by hostess. The next meeting of the aid will be held on Nov. 30 with Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mrs. Gerald Nerheim and Mrs. Willard Tallefson as co-hostesses. Tiiis photo, .showing a .scene that all the nation hopes will never happen again, presents a. group (if over 70 Mason county boys drafted for war service Sept. 19, 1917. It was Ma .son county's .second draft allotment —second of a total of 10 such craft quotas, pictures of .ill of which ore in possession oi Mrs. Ed. Rohrnioiier of Ludington, clerk of the draft board during the war period. Included in the above group, according to file.s of The News for that date, were: George King. Chester E. DeGrr- gus. Carl W. Loxen, Edwin Stop- pehhagen, Enoch Anderson, A. E. Rasmussen, George E cl w i n Waine, John Horace Boehm. Mrs, J. Hansen Is Honored at Surprise Event Hoyd J. Fuller. John Al- ircd Johnson. Greger Christenc-en, Warren John Thomas, Jo- -eph Petrak. William L. Burke, Floyd E. Cassady, Otto Dresner, Arthur C. Clausen. Robert L. Brenchand. Philip H. Rice, Oscar LuClair, Julius A. Peterson, Orvel Edward Sanders. John E. Cassady. Joseph A. Barnhart, Carl E. Anderfon. Fred W. Paap, Henry Thebault. Maurice William Brown, Simon E. Brant. Joseph E. Dumas. Malts Albert .Tohn.son, Louis Trzyna. William H. Pitcher, Guy Ellsworth Wheaton. Hugo Lin'dquist Austin D. Johnson. Alfred Louis Marcoux, Alvin O. F. Larson. Erik H. Vettergren, Louis Vogel. Din P. Schneider. James dames Louis Mottl, A. J. Scward, William Anderson, Joseph Al- brccht Jr.. Harvey Mason, F. C. Srhrocdcr. Herbert Engfer, Rex Tower. Arthur Rcinberg. Parker and the hostess. Miller. L. Polcin, Cecil James . .J Miller, \\alier H. Johnson, George Spr- ensiMi, Martin M. Sartorius, James H. Tracy. Joseph J. Bel- lar.ci. Harold C. Harmon, Arthur C. Stephens, Alfred J. Stadler, Charles Winner. John Keilty, Joseph Fabbiano, Clement A. Cranley. Holland G. Elkins. John Rybick'i. Frank Clink, Serle Fournier. August C. Timm. Walter E. Schultz. Julius G. Clutchey, Carl E. NeVsjn. William Jenson. Stanley B. McGill, Lester John Hanson. Hylinan E. Matson, Julian Osmaloski. William F. Bedker, Morris A. Fciner, William O. Smith. William King, Harry J. Magmcr. Alvie R. Drabenstoll, John Gajeski. Roman Manning. First Methodist church were entertained recently at the home of Mrs. G. A. Swanson, 302 North Lavinia street. The meeting was opened with a devotional service, led by Mrs. Harold Gallie. During the business meeting, it was announced that the division is to be in charge of the General Aid meeting, to be held on Nov. 8 at the church. The president, Mrs. B. S. Bailey, appointed a refreshment committee consisting of Mrs. Carl Altrock, Mrs. R. V. Fenton, Mrs. A. C. Granger, Mrs. W. E. Eddy and Mrs. Walter Davis for this occasion. A motion was made at this time to use the society's Sunshine Bag during the next three months, beginning from Nov. 1. The Christmas party will be ing little flower girls were Dor- , h ]ri t fh t „;_,-,- othy Ann Behling, cousin of the h «J d was also deeded th groom, and Joan Hudak, while ' u was ajso declded tn < Ellsworth Deitrich, cousin of the bride, served as ring bearer. Mr. Weinert was attended by his brother, Robert Weinert, as best man and by Raymond Abraham and James Craig as groomsmen. Harry Grade and Henry Beier acted as ushers. Sings 'Because' Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Toussaint, friend of the bride, sang "Because" and "O Perfect Morn." The bridal party entered the church to the music of the traditional "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin. The "Wedding March" by Mendelssohn was chosen as the recessional. The bride was lovely in a wedding costume of white silk taf- decided that each member should bring fancy work or baked goods to the December meeting, at which time they will be offered for resale at a nominal price. At the conclusion of the business session, Rev. C. E. Pollock, pastor of the church, spoke briefly and then introduced Rev. W. H. Helrigel, superintendent of the Grand Traverse district, who gave an inspiring address. Later, refreshments were served by Mrs. C. W. Baggott, assisted by Mrs. William Rasmussen, Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking, Mrs. Estella M. Faulkerson and the hostess, Mrs. Swanson. * •* * Eagles Will Sponsor Pinochle Party Nov. 7 Ludington aerie No. 1351, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will sponsor a pinochle party on Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, at 8 o'clock. All parties of this series will be held on Tuesday evenings, instead of on Wednesday evenings, as was erroneously stated in The News. All members of the lodge and their friends are cordially invited to attend EVERYBODY INVITED to the POLISH HALL SUNDAY EVENING, 8 O'Clock Benefit St. Stanislaus' Church. * I * I * I .;, .j, .5, ,5. .5.. #—*—*—*—» — I * I *—*—*—*—# I * Earl Mrs. Mrs. John Hansen. 805 East' ~* * ' : ' : ' Melendy street, was surprised Ministerial GlOllp on Wednesday evening with a the re- the *_ Mrs, H. LeSarge | Entertains for j Two on Thursday j Mrs. Henry LeSarge. North j Harrison street, was hostess on ] Thursday at a delightful sur- ' prise party, given at her home : in honor of the birthday anni- i versary of her daughter, Mrs. | James Hensel of Hamlin. j Three tables of pinochle were i played with first prize being j won by Mrs. Jessie Snyder and ' low by Mrs. Hannah Richardson.! The honoree was presented ! with a lovely collective gift. Mrs. I Stanley Johnson, a guest of the • occasion whose birthday also occurred on that day, was also presented with a gift. j At the conclusion of the af- j fair, delicious refreshments i were served by the hostess. i Those present. other than | those already named, were Mesdames Helen Wright. Alice Na- , gel, Harold Hulet, Herbert Willis, Carl Graber, Herbert Moline, Martha Hoops, Emil Erndtman; , Miss Neva Conrad; the honorees, Mrs. Hensel and Mrs. Johnson, and the hostess, Mrs. Le- Sarge. delightful party, given in her! honor by her daughter, Miss j Doloris Hansen. During the evening airplane bunco was played with high! prize being won by .Mrs. Otto Peterson, second by Mrs. John Schroeder and low - by Airs. • Charles Wendt. At'the close of the evening a delicious two-course luncheon was served by the hostess. assisted by Miss Evelyn Knudsen. A color scheme of orange and black v:as carried out in the table appointments. Color was added by a great bouquet of chrysanthemums. Mrs. Hansen was the recipient of a number of lovely ^ifts in honor of the occasion. Those present were Mesdamcs Emi! Born. Andrew Anderson, Oito Peterson, Charles Wendt, Leonard Rath, John Srhroeder, Misses Frances Dorsch, Kathryn Eweikhardt. Marjorie Dorsch, Evelyn Knudsen; the honoree, Mrs. Hansen, and the hostess, Miss Hansen. "* ' to Meet on Monday The Mason County Ministerial association will meet on Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the home of Rev. J. A. Lanclin, 210 East Danaher street. : Rev. Erling Edwardscn will preside over the meeting and Rev. C. E. Pollock. program chairman, will introduce Rev. William H. Helrigel, district superintendent, who will speak on the topic, "Questions People Ask Their Minister and the Answers." Meers Is Hostess to Club Miss Dorothy Meers was hostess on Thursday evening at herj IVMIK- Pt 3d5 North Delia street: to the members of her bridge i club. ^ | Undue was played during the! evening and later delicious re- i freshments were served. i Those present were Mrs.. Charles Mercadal. Misses Jean i Durhnm. Genevieve Gustafson,' Phyllis Swarthout. Sarah Bu- rban.Tii. Noel Zook and the hos- j tess. Miss Meers. i feta, fashioned in princess style 11 with a molded bodice finished j with flat bows at the neckline, a I I | full skirt and court train. Tiny ; I appliqued rosebuds of white ribbon centered with pearls accent- j e-d the short puffed sleeves and formed a pattern on the train. Her full length veil was edged with lace and fell from a tiara of orange blossoms. Her flowers (IMi-nsc turn to Page 8. Column 6) Home made Super- Creamed Ice Cream For Keen Delight! 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