The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 6, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO *-'- THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1939. SOCIETY Annual Red Cross Workers' Dinner to Be Held on Thursday Evening Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in "Bab L cs in Arms" with Charles Winninger, Guy Kibbee, June Preisser, Grace Hayes, Betty Jaynes, Douglas McPhail, Rand Brooks, Leni Lynn and John Sheffield, selected short subjects. SOCIAL CALENDAR TODAY— The Ludington Girl Scout Council will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the home of Mrs. C. C. Caswell, 408 West ful The regular meeting of the j Also board of directors of the Mason — county chapte'- of American Red jOSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Cross was held recently in the Red Cross room at the court' house. Twelve directors were in attendance. At the conclusion of the routine business meeting, election of officers was held. Those elected were: Chairman, Rev. J. A. Landin; first vice chairman, Rev. P. H. Clark; second vice chairman, Mrs. Harry B.irnott of Scottville; recording secretary, Mrs. Ralph Sheldon, and treasurer, Guy Dodd. Mrs. Elna Schumacher was unanimously reflected to the position of executive secretary and the ap-i preciation of the chapter wasi voked .by the chair for the ef-| n T i 11 A ficient service she has given the NOQ TAVPmdllP NflV K chapter during her incumbency.) " CC HflwCIUgUC llUV. U The roll call organization was reported as complete. Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. IIAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN— cently of a delight- post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. K. V. Christofferson, a recent bride; Pinochle and bunco were enjoyed, prize.s in pinochle being 11 warded to Mr.s. Harvey Nelson and Miss Ellen Johnson. Prizes in bunco' were won by Mrs. C. Johnson and Mrs. Donald Tubbs. A number of attractive gifts lor tho bi\de'.s kitchen were presented at the close of the affair. The home was beautifully decor- al.ed for the occasion with fall club No. meet at 7 o'clock -this at the Pere Marquette building. The lesson be on "Fashions in Bedspreads." The regular meeting of Leveaux post No. 2409, Veterans of Foreign Wars and auxiliary will be held at 8 o'clock this evening. The post will meet at Wing school and the auxiliary will meet at the D. A. V. coach behind the city hall. There will be an official board meeting in First Methodist church this evening. Rev William H. Helrigel will be in ternal Order of Eagles, will spon- ( be held at 8 p. m. at the home of _, .... *- ».-,.. Mr and Mrs Johnsoil( 702 South j JoWtT.S. i Luter, a delicious luncheon was charge. I .served by the hostess. Hallowe'en Ludingt9ii Beta Psi of I appointments were used in dec- Sigma Phi will meet at 7 i oration. l at Hotel Stearns. Those present were Mesdames Rery Chauvez, Emil Johnson, Chi istine Johnson, William Shearer, George Sharp, George ! school in ? h ^ e w .L J i be , a '"* at6 - 3 ° Clo thls Beta p. m. meet - O f fhP departments Dancing. t e hrn Roscoe Ely - 704 Brother -# * Literary Club The annual dinner for workers will be held on Thursday evening, Nov. 9, at Gray hall, it was announced. An instructive and in-i teresting program is being prepared for this occasion, and it ij> hoped that all Red Cross workers throughout the county will be in attendance. The report of the executive secretary for the month of October, submitted at this meeting, lists 16 home service cases of which three were claims for compensation, one veteran was hospitalized at Veterans' Facility, one applied for a loan on insurance, four were applications to the Civilians' Conservation The regular meeting of the Ludington Woman's Literary club will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Masonic temple. unable to be present. The program will be presented curing the first part of the meeting, it was announced. Mrs. f nn A TT~—~ ~J Jessie Croft Ellis of the Univer- J 1 WO Al'C HOnOred sity of Michigan will give an illustrated travelogue on the British Isles. Mrs. Ellis has made a series of nature photographic studies which will be presented Freeman Savage, Vercelle Hack- There will be rnn°TPMtlnnni crt Alphonse Bourgette, Donald , m ^ g ™ 7 fso fetoS this Tubbs andI son of Hart, Joseph evening in the church parlors Gebott of Mamstee: Misses Ruth.of Bethany Lutheran church. Shearer. Ida Shearer, Anna Lar- i O-Ma-La-Ma circuit of I 6 ] sen Dorothy Hackert. Bayonne o . F. will meet at Shelby at 8 Remtaerg. Agnes Mihal, Bernice o'clock this evening for a Samuel-son. Ellen Johnson; the closed meetin°- honoree, Mrs. Christofferson,! TUESDAY-°'The Star-Victory and the hostess, Mrs. Reinberg. j Extension club will meet at Mesdames Charles G Lemire, j 10 a . m. at the home of Mrs Agnes Meador. Rudolph Kovar. < C arl Christensen. The lesson for William Backwick. Henry Young, the meeting "Fashions in Bed- John Reinberg, William Huber spre ad," ' will be prwented by and Miss Helen Samuelson were j Miss Emma Fisher sor a pinochle patty for Eagles and friends at 8 p. m. at the ,F.O.E. hall. There'will be an evening service at 7:45 p. m.'at the Pentecostal Assembly of God. The Young People of Bethany Lutheran church will meet at 8 p. m. The Lakeshore Study club will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Arthur Altschwager, 319 North Lswis street. The feature, of the program will be a book review. I The Four Square circle of The j Community church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Crystal lodge No. 159, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, will m°"t at 7:30 p. m. at the I.O.O.F. hall. ^11191 Aloert Jcnnson, Brother street. There will be a meeting of the members of Edwin H. Ewing •3ost No. 76, American Legion, at 3 p. m. in the D.A.V. coach. Every member is requested to be James street. Everyone is invited to attend. The Girl Scouts a,nd Brownie Pack of First Methodist church will meet at 3:45 p. m. in their respective rooms at the church. There will be a meeting of the General Ladies' Aid of First Methodist church at 2:30 p. m. in Hudson parlors. The Prayor and Study hour will be held at 7:30 p. m. in the church club room. The Senior Child Study club will entertain the Summit Child Study club at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Dennis Knebl, 502 North Harrison street. Co-hostesses are Mrs. Alfred Chinnery and Mrs. John Wagner. The midweek service of Washington Avenue Baptist church will be held at 7:45 p. m. The circles of The Community church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the following places- Mrs. E. A. Smith's circle will meet with present and to bring a new mem- Mrs. K. L. Ashbacker; Mrs. Newber. Refreshments will be serv- 1 berg's circle will meet at the i home of Mrs. Fred Samuelson; The Fairview |' Mrs. Pred Read's circle will meet. at the home of Mrs. G. Murray ber. ed. WEDNESDAY: Extension club will meet at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Wardie Seymour. Each member is asked to bring a piece of new unbleached muslin, six inches square; a ruler, scissors and pictures to be used in connection with the lesson "Fashions In Bedspreads." Ludington Rebekah lodge No. i Read of Bethany church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the parsonage. There will be a prayer service at the Church of the Nazarene. The testimony meeting of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, will be Held at 8 p. m. The Young People's social and literary meeting will be held at 8 p. m. in Evangelical Free church. ' The Ladies' Arbeiter society will meet at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. John Gavan, 607 East Danaher street. Cards for members and friends at 2:30 p m The prayer meeting of the Calvary Mission will be held at 8 p. m. at the Homer Hill (Please tun. to Page 5, Column 4) * * * Townsend Auxiliary Will_Sell Quilt The Ladies' auxiliary of EUd- ington Townsend club No. 1 held its regular weekly meeting on Saturday afternoon in- the club headquarters in the Masonic temple building. Plans were made at that time for a sale, to be held in December. Mrs. Carl'Erickson donated a quilt of her own making for the sale, proceeds of which will be used for the Trailblazers' fund. Gillespie assisting with Mrs. W. as co-hostess. The Men's club of The Community church will have a supper at 6:30 p. m. in the church- house. The program, being arranged by R. C. Buchanan, will include an address by Frederic on "The Importance of A Auxiliary to Sponsor a Pinochle Party The ladies' auxiliary of Col. Justus S. Stearns post No. 30, Disabled American Veterans, will .sponsor a pinochle party on Thursday evening, Nov. 9, at the D.A.V. coach behind the city hall The game, for which there will be a nominal charge, will begin at 8 o'clock. All members of the auxiliary and friends a're invited to attend. gion tteoeKan loage NO 87 will meet at 7:30 p. m. in I.O.O.F. hall. Refreshments will reading" by Miss Sarah Buchan-; be-served and a social hour will an and musical selections by! follow the meeting. | George O. Kribs. I The Ludington Junior Child The midweek prayer service of, study club will meet at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence Dittmer. 311 North Robert street. Bethany Methodist church will' be held at 7:45 p.m. in thel church parlors. The study of the | *—#—*—*—# — *—#—#_# * NOTICE! •f> I Registered * i SPENCER Corsetiere I Will Be in Ludington *A* Today and Tuesday. Call 1106 For , ftt Mrs. John at an early date in the magazine "Better Homes and Gardens." Tea will be served by a hostess committee headed by Mrs. J. L. C. Buchanan and Mrs. _. \y g Corps, three were appeals for j Martin, assisted by Mrs L H re-rating and one was granted,- Kent, Mrs. E. A.' Smith. Mrs. two burial claims were allowed | Frank Small. Mrs. Corwill Jack- and three were pension claims, j son, Mr.s. C." J. Hansen, Mr.s. E. of which one was allowed, i George Gray, Mrs. Ben F Greg- Twenty-four letters, nine formsiory. Mrs. L. M. Spoor, Mrs. J. A. and three affidavits were sub- McFarland, Mrs. Charles Fors- mitted with these claims. Sixty-six civilian relief cases wre also listed of which 42 cases received clothing, shoes or rubbers, five received bedding and household supplies, 10 were Social Service cases, two cases received sickroom supplies, two food orders were issued and four meals were provided for transients, one case made use of the chapter crutches, in all a total of 170 visits made or received, 143 calls for information answered and 104 letters were written in connection with roll call. Sewing for the month of October was done by the St. Rose Meissner. 412 street, entertained at dinner on Sunday evening in honor of her mother, Mrs. Marie Olson of Belling- hame, Wash., and her brother, James Dolan, of King Cove, Alaska. Guests of the occasion were Emma Loppenthien, Miss Snyder, Miss "Emma Mr. and Mrs. Gus Loppenthien and the Honored guests, Mrs. Olson and Mr. Dolan. Mr. Dolan and his mother will leave late this week for Southern California. -H- -x- •&• -_ and Mrs. Christensen. Dinner will be served at noon by a dinner committee. The Sunday school board of First Methodist church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of M,v. j and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, 722 East Danaher .street. I Girl Scouts, Troop 5, of The! Community church will meet at, 4 p. m. in the churchhouse. ' Ludington Junior Townsend club will meet at 8p.m. 1m-i portant business matters will be I discussed and all members are urged to be present,. Th'.« is th^i regular business and social meet- in jj. Ludington aerie No. 1354, Fra- The cottage prayer meeting of j Book of Acts will be continued. the Anglo-Saxon Federation will! The Adult Confirmation clays NOTICE! The Hollywood Cafe Is Now Selling Beer and Wine. Appointment. -#—*—#—# — # -#—#—#—* HOMOGENI-cfiD Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver CASH WAITING for Your Old CARS—TRUCKS and TRACTORS AT Kimbairs CREAMERY CORNERS Auto Parts PHONE 758 WWWW. .•-"-•-•.•J is 1 NOTICE MY CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE HAS BEEN OPENED IN SCOTTVILLE W. W. Hall, D. C., Ph. C. Telephone 21C I STATE SAVINGS' BANK BLDG. lours 9-12—2-5 Tues., Thurs. and Sat. Eve 7 to 9. I" lind and Miss Effie Abair -x- # # . Mrs. E. Farthing Entertains Group Young Democrats to Meet on Nov. 8 Mrs. Ernest Farthing Jr., 413 V 2 North Robert street, entertained a group of friends oil Saturday evening in celebration of the birthday anniversary of The newly -elected officers act- inr!; as a committee on arrangements have chosen Hotel Stearns as the place of the next regular meeting of the Mason County Mr. Farthing, which occurs today. formed the evening's Young " Democrats club. ^ This ert Albrecht and John Elias i ^ nrt . wm " bp . Ulp first ?° be con " winning the high prizes. Later, a delicious luncheon circle of St. Simon's church and ! was served two comforters were made by | Those present, other t 5 er , 1Llncoln River Ai d society I those already mentioned of. Sherman township _ . -j. . . . __ • . * * * Northwest Division Hears Rev. Helrigel The Northwest division of the Ladies' Aid society of First Methodist church held its regular meeting recently at the home of Mrs. William Hall, 609 North Rath avenue. Mrs. Cora Hammond and Mrs. Ed Fortune acted as co-hostesses at the meeting. The meeting was opened with a devotional service, led by Mrs. Hammond. Mrs. Rex Tower then read an article entitled "The Pharisee's Thanksgiving" and poems were read by Miss Georgia Fisher, Mrs. Louis Wieman and Mrs. Tower. than were Mrs. C. A. Kickland, Mrs. John Elias, Robert Albrecht and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna. .it .V. Ji, —— JT "TC ~fC • ducted by the new officers. The committees on membership and discussion will submit olans and materials which should have definite bearing uoon the future organization of the club, it was reported. All members are ur^Pd to be present in order to welcome and to become ac- Tenants, including sharecrop- «« ain tefi with new members of pers, operated 42 percent of all farms in the United States in 1935, as compared with only 25 percent in 1880, according to a recent AAA report. the society. WEAK, NERVOUS? JF you feel weak, nervous, tired and"dragged-out," an excellent tonic to take is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It aids in calming B the nerves, and I f stimulates the ap- j •. petite and increases the | V flow of gastric juice, thus aiding digestion , , . . - •• - •> oiuiiig UlgCbllUa ™£^^££1!S% JScJg?^ talk before introdu^ng ' "R^ | p^MiS^'SSSS _ . tic ot Ur. 1 lerce s Favorite Prescription Rev. C. E. Pollock gave a short M ys: ''^• f . ter an m " css l ^ d not p'' ck U Pilk before introducing F"" i ^.^l?..^*?'™^ * <<" «°. weak aDP d William H. Helrigel, district Mrs. Tower, president of the ' our General Aid, then made a number oi announcements. At the close of the meeting, a delicious tray luncheon was served by the hostesses to the 18 members and six guests present. . Guests of the occasion were Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Pollock, Rev Helrigel, Mrs. Grundeman, Mrs G. G. Owen and Mrs. F. E. Gilbert. The next meeting of the divi- Blon will be held on Thursday afternoon. Dec. 7, at the home of Mrs. William Fisher. ANNUAL SAUERKRAUT SUPPER CONCORDIA HALL East Melendy St. Wednesday, Nov. 8. Sponsored by Ladies' Aid society, St. John's Lutheran Church. —Menu— Sauerkraut and Spareribs. Roast Pork, Brown Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Harvard Bc^ts, Buttered . Carrots, Coffee, Pumpkin and Apple Pie. Adults 50c, Children 25c. Serving from 5 to 7:30 p. m. 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