The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 8, 1939 · Page 2
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^GE TWO THE DAILY NFAVS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. . WEDNESDAY, NOV 8, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements Convention Reports Are Given On Monday THREE GRANDCHILDREN BORN IN A WEEK'S TIME The members of the senior Girl Scout troop No. 4, sponsored by the Ludington Woman's Literary club, enjoyed a delightful co-operative supper on Tuesday eve- Roller skating. - * *- ning at the Scout room at Hotel Stearns. Twenty girls of the troop and their leaders were present. The troop's new leader, Mrs. P."A. Anderson, was present at a troop function for the first time at this event. Other leaders present were Miss Bess McElroy and Mrs. O. O. Kribs, Ludington Girl Scout director. After the serving of the deli- j clous supper, each Scout re- j TODD-L-INN— sponded to roll call by telling how long she had been in Scouting. At the conclusion of 1 her story, each Scout chose a Scout song which was sung for her by the rest of the group. Plans were made at this time for 1 the troop's winter activities and Mrs. Anderson appointed a norninating committee to elect officers at the next meeting of the troop. This meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, Nov. 21. At this meeting the members of the troop will begin their work in making hats. All members of the troop are asked to bring all discarded toys which might be reconditioned for Christmas gifts to this meeting. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing.bingo and ping-pong. The committee in charge of arrangements for the supper included Miss Phyllis Carlson, Miss Irene Anderson and Miss Marian Rogalke. * # * The regular meeting of i Lcvcaux post No. 2409, Veterans, of Foreign Wars, and auxiliary j were held on Monday evening.: At this time, complete reports | of the mid-winter Fow-pow, held > at, Lansing on Oct. 28 and 29, and ! also of the Seventh District I meeting ancl rally held in Muskc- gon Heights on Nov. 5, were given. During the po.st meeting, presided over by Commander Wil- irid Hocking. Herman Sellncr OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM j and Frank Peters, both of Lud- LYRIC THEATER— Presents Mickey Rooney and Amis" with Charles Winningcr, and others. Also -md and to mem- Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— # ington, were accepted bership. Plans were also made at this time for a membership drive. The committee appointed to take charge of the drive includes Ralph Bortcll, Stanley DastickJ Dczera Smith, Laurits Hansen | and Bert Barton. j I The meeting of the post was | I closed with a discussion of final I I detail plans to assist the Mason County Allied Veterans' Council with the Armistice day celebration. Mrs. William Tarr, president, j presided over the business meet- i ing of the auxiliary. Twenty- five members were present. It Church Men's Club to Be Entertained Members of The Men's club of The Community church will enjoy a supper-meeting and pro T gram, to be held at the church- house at 6:30 o'clock this evening. The program for the occasion has been arranged by R. C. Buchanan and will include an address by Frederic Read on the topic "The Importance of A Newspaper to A Community," a reading by Miss Sarah Buchanan and musical selections by George O. Kribs. Steam and electric .vehicles accounted for nearly 78 percent of the automobile output of the year 1900, the total production of gasoline cars being 936. VIr. ancl Mrs. James W. Rutledge of St. Louis, Mo., are celebrating the unique event of becoming grandparents tbree times within a week. Above are their daughter and two daughters-in-law, each of whom poses with her new son. From left to right are: Mrs. Clarence liges and son, Mrs. Wilson Rutledge and son and Mrs. Charles Rutledge and son. Roller Skating AT Rainbow Gardens EVERY EVENING EXCEPT MONDAY SKATING FROM 8 TO 11 P. M. SUNDAY MATINEE FROM 2 TO 4:30. PRICES—25c FOR THE EVENING, SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 15c. I — at Lansing. At the conclusion of the business meeting, an installation of New officers Dramatic badge at the present time. The class is taught on each Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at Ludington high school bv Mrs. Fred Newberg. Miss F. Donner Is I Honored With Shower! officers was held. are: Mrs. Madge Johnson, six- was voted at this time to hold a, month trustee; Mrs. Rose Schra-| A special First Aid course is rummage sale at an early date.lder, 18-month trustee, and Mrs. | taught on each Monday after- All members and friends having articles to donate for the sale are asked to notify Mrs. M. . J. Schrader, chairman in charge of the sale. Florence Bradshaw, banner j noon at b:30 o'clock in Foster bearer. Mrs. A. F. Neilsen, past;school by Mrs. Newberg. All girls piesicient, acted as officer. installing 1 12 years of age or over may earn the" Junior Red Cross award in A surm-ise miscellaneous show- The next meeting will be held| tnis class ancl the First Aid merit The auxiliary voted to take ai on Nov. 20 when the post will!fc a rtge is offered also. $5 membershio in the American) join the auxiliary at tne D.A.V.I Cross and also to send $101 coach for a social hour. Re-i the A 'ne\v class in cooking will be- 13, at 3:30 o'clock in the domestic science room of Ludington high school, it was announced. This class will be conducted by Mrs. Fritz Klein and , Mrs. Margaret Dean and the award will be the regular Girl Scout cooking badge. Another new class, to be conducted on Monday afternoons from 5 until 6 o'clock will be the dancing class. Rhythm, posture and simple dance steps will be taught by Mrs. C. F. Olmstead Jr., in this class. The award will be Special Classes Are Conducted Miss Jean Durham Is Part Honoree and Mrs. E. A. Greenwald, 711 East Ludington avenue, entertained on Tuesday evening in honor of her daughter, Miss Jean Durham, whose birthday anniversary occurred on Sunday. The home was decorated for the occasion with yellow and white mums. Cards were played during the] evening and later a delicious' luncheon, was served .at a long feble'centered with a birthday cake iced in yellow and white, encircled with fresh yellow chrysanthemums. Tall ivory tapers in silver candelabra were placed at each end of the table and the place of each guest was marked with a novel card. Pastel .balloons were suspended in a cluster above the taJble. Those present were Misses Dorothy PreFontaine, Katharyn Mark, Dorothy Meers, Sarah Buchanan and Noel Zook; Messrs. Edward Ackersville, Howard Hawley, Lee Kruska, William Mulder, Dan Herbert Meister; the honoree, Miss Durham, and the hostess, | Mrs. Greenwald. * * # scored est in Chinese checkers. The contests were won by Miss Florence Donner and Miss Ruth j Abrahamson. All of the prizes were found to be useful kitchen j articles and were presented to I Mi^s Donner. | At the close of the evening thci hostesses served delicious refreshments from a table centered with a bouquet of pink boumiets of and white babv m » ms - Thc /?hrv^iitv.P i Thanksgiving motif was carried chrysanthe- t h napkins and f center at the | freshnunts will be served. National Home at Eaton Rapids. It was also voted to send $2 to authorities for department! work. | Hocking was ap- i pointed Junior Activity chair-j In addition to their regular An invitation was read from i work in Scouting. Ludington e Montague auxiliary, request-; Girl Scouts have the opportunity r-VihiPSf. rhPrkprJ in S the presence of local] of joining a number of outside j unmese cnech.ers, auxillary memDers at their j classes and activities conducted | H o | meeting to be held this evening.: Micqi A potluck luncheon will be serv-i M '^ ed ' wiie LSI A11 aux jij ary mcnl bcrs, it was- on Monday afternoon, Nov. I the Scout dancer badge. CASH WAITING for Your Old CARS— TRUCKS and TRACTORS AT KimbalFs CREAMERY CORNERS Parts PHONE 758 who will become the bride of Steward Jameson on Thanks- frivin°- dav Mrs. O W. Colvin, cousin of the bride-elect, entertained at hpr homp at 79fl Fast T nriin°lon avenue"and wa? assisted by man at this meeting. Mrs Al'f T arsrm nnri Miss Plain? contests formed ! in connection with the Scout ac- tivUie s gifts for her new arc asked to meet at of Dowkind and James streets at 1:55 p. m. Saturday. Nov. 11, in cap and uniform, to march in the parade. Those who attended the Seventh District rally, held re- at Muskcgon - Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Hocking, Mr. and Mrs. William Tarr. Mr. and Mrs. Willilam Sax-! ton. Mr. and Mr.s. J. Alfred John-' son, Mi', and Mrs. Ralph Bortcll, ! Mr. and Mrs. Laurits Hansen, I Mr. and Mrs. A. F Thebout. Scott Ames and Roma; Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Tarr' and Mr. and Mrs. Saxton also attended the October Pow-wow and useful home. Those participating, other than those mentioned, 'were Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Al Utz, Misses Bertha Lcxen. Josephine Spurgi.s.; shown and evaluated together * ar A^UKe od *?f , matae Lex -' with materials foi handmade ones. Samples of materials were en and Willow Abrahamson. # * -x- Extension Group kindly loaned by the J. C. Pcn- j ney company. | Instructions and patterns Ludington Extension club No. I candlewick coverlets. i Mrs. James Ellcr Arrange Program for Y. P. Meeting 1 held its second meeting of this season at the Pere Mar- Prouse j quette school on Monday eve' ning. A review of the previous les- 'son on "Color in Home Decoration" was given by Mrs. Delbert Filer. The lesson on "Fashions in Bedspreads" was presented by Mrs. Joseph Tushek. It , was shown that in 'buying a bed-j spread one should consider not ] only the quality, size, edge fin-j . also the • color, texture and design in re- j lation to. the location, size, use I and furnishings of the room in j which it is to be used. It was, emphasized that (bedspreads | charge of the recreation period The next lesson on "Plannin" v-uitablc Backgrounds" will 'be given the early part of December. At that time from the members suggestions for home- gifts will be Visitors are welcome at these meetings. The regular literary and social meeting of the Young Peo- . ,pie's society of Evangelical Free lsl ? es and seams, but church will be held It 8 o'clock " " "~ this evening at the church parlors, it has 'been announced. Miss Gene Forsleff will act as hostess at this meeting. , , - ,. . The meeting will be opened ' s ^ ould n °t have realistic de- with a Scripture reading and i Slgns> lbut rather geometric or prayer ,by Miss Eleanor Larson i conventional designs. The ad- followed by a violin solo played I vantages of making bedspreads * •win* ._ . . *^ •* or V-\ i-*v»-i n 1-1 \*f\ AMI rm-* « ,«. 1 j.. t toy William Kronlein. A trio at * lo ™ e are patterns, . composed of Miss Anne Henery ' lndlv iau al styles and economy. Miss Ida Marie Anderson and Miss June Zemke, will present vocal selections and readings •will toe presented by Wilman , Danielson and by Miss Geral•• dine Boreson. Miss Helen Anderson will play ' a piano solo and Miss Doris , Ruth Larson will sing a vocal solo. A violin solo will be pre• sented by M4ss Violet Lindquist ,, and a second piano solo will be ' played .by Miss Violet Halver- son. Miss Ethel Larson and '[ Morris Johnson will present a f vocal duet and the program will $ be.concluded with a clarinet iJ solo, played by Predolf Ander•iv son. g< The message of the evening f'-Will be brought by Rev. Carl | 1s 4GK Nicholson, pastor of the i p-.mhurch. _—# # # A holly tree nearly 100 feet In Qrandville County, N. c., believed to be the largest on Vfcoord. A number of commercial and homemade bedspreads were Phone 55 gjlIARVEST FESTIVAL * and 1 :BD GOODS SALE T Given by Junior Ladies Aid of The &m*nuel Lutheran at HALL 10, until 8 p. m. RUBBER FOOTWEAR TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY! GOOD YEAR CLOVE BRAND FIRST GRADE RUBBER Galoshes and Rubbers For The Entire Family! LADIES GALOSHES, All sizes and heels in snap and zipper styles MEN'S GALOSHES, All sizes 95c $2.95 CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' GALOSHES Central Shoe Store BROWN-BILT SHOES 104 West Ludington Ave. America's No. 1 Christmas You Money Money Saver No. Sets: ^8.50,^11.25 #12.75, See Our New Assortment A small clown will hold an ELECTRIC SHAVER It is certainly a Swell Christmas Gift. LEWE Drug Store ? I crepe top to toe, aw sheer . itf 5 «ooi Big 70 x 80 m bigK° 8t DON'T FORGET TO FOR YOUR COUPONS WITH EACH PURCHASE. THEY ENTITLE YOU TO A CHOICE MANY FINE FREE GIFTS HAVE YOU TRIED HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk? It's Easier to Digest. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy ' Central's ,.$3.45 to $4.45 up Phone 83 103-109 E. Ludington Avenue Telephone lt>8 !/ * twfA *

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