The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 9, 1939 · Page 2
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 2

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, November 9, 1939
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9fe£ TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1939. SOCIETY British Travelogue Is Program Feature Tuesday . An (By VERNON FITCH) Leaving on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8, four representatives of the Ludington high school "Oriole Life" staff and Journalism club journeyed to _ _^________ ! Chicago to attend the National „,..,,. , , . (Scholastic Press association's illustrated travelogue of, committee for the occasion | annua i convention, held there the British Isles -was the pro- 1 were Mrs. J. A. Boone, Mrs. Ray| at ^ Stevens hotel on Nov. 9, Woman's Literary club, held Cartier, Mrs. R. C. Buchanan. |IQ and 11. Mrs. W. S. Martin, assisted by. These four honored students Mrs. L. H. Kent, Mrs. E. A.! arc Charles Bashaw and Miss Smith, Mrs. Frank .Small, Mrs.iMarjorie Anderson, editors on Corwill Jackson, Mrs. C. J. Han- j the staff of the L. H. S. school sen, Mrs. E. George Gray, Mrs.: paper, "Oriole Life"; Miss B. F. Gregory, Mi's. L. M. Spoor. Thora Hanson, club editor of Mrs. J. A. McFarland, Mrs. ] the school paper, and Joseph Charles Forslind and Miss Ef fie 1 Chvala, reporter. The staff's gram at the recent" meeting of on*'Tuesday afternoon in the Masonic tempie. Mrs. Jessie Croft Ellis, assistant librarian in the Busine&s Administration library at the University of Michigan, vividly pictured for her audience heb most recent trip abroad. To- illustrate her theme, Mrs. Ellis showed several reels of motion pictures of the Isles and alSo a collection of small figurines dressed in the costumes of the earlier royalty, peasanty and | soldiery of the Isles. Beginning with her crossing on the liner "Normandie," Mrs. Ellis described the early stages of her journey, the crossing, the arrival and the British hotels. Visits Castles The first point of interest visited on the journey was the famous Hampton Court, owned b""the noted Cardinal Wolsey and offered as a gift to Henry the Eighth: Other noted castles Mrs. Ellis visited were Windsor Castle, Warwick Castle, still lived in by descendants of the family; in Scotland, Edinburgh Castle and Kenilworth; and in Northern England, Holy Rood palace, which is still used on state occasions. On the tour from London, Mrs. Ellis- visited Grassmere, the home of Wordsworth, and in Scotland the" tiny home where Robert i Burns -was born, near Ayr. At Stratford, she visited the home of William Shakespeare and, a short distance away, the lovely home of Ann Hathaway, which has been preserved in detail by descendants of the family. After visiting Glasgow, Scotland, on the northern tour, Mrs. Ellis saw the famous Loch Lomond which is lovely enough she stated, to fulfill all the expectations aroused by its reputation. Eton College Local Amusements Abair i advisers also made the trip * • and will attend a special Ad- iviscrs' tea this afternoon. Miss Dorothy Fitch and Miss Ellen Palm arc the advisers who arc attending. Chariot Lcedham being unable to leave the city at this time. Representatives of h i g h school papers from all part.s"of Presents "Full Confession" j the country will hear noted with Victor McLaglen, Joseph !.journalists from all of the Calleia and Sally Eilers; and Zor- jncwsfronts of the world. Ilead- ina in "On Yuur Toes" with Eddie'lining the long list of speakers Albert, Alan Hale, Frank Me-; are Capt. John D. Craig, deep- LYRIC THEATER— PT-A Will Hold Program D.H'S' wight, will be celebrated at. .he rr!;-.;::ir mooting of the Parent-Tea eher association of Foster school, to be held at the school buikrtin:v at ". o'clock Fri- Id-.'.y evenini;.'" Mrs. Raymond i Thompson and Mrs. Albert John!«on ;'re in charge of the program. 1 The Budreau Boys will enter- lain with 'i ;;Timp of musical .selection.-; and a demonstration les! son oil A'a.ska will be presented • by the I'ifth !.'.racic ..Indents, directed by I heir teacher, Miss il.,avini;i JVIier. i A p: - i/e will be M warded at this Mime to the grncir- having the pereenta^L' of mothers present. : , A baked goods sale will be held 'after the meeting, it was tui- i nouneed. Co-chairmen of the refreshment committee ..ire Mrs. Amuel 'Knitter and Mrs. Henry Ernst, : assisted by the .Seventh grade . nii)ther.s. Beta Sigma Piiis Enjoy Second Lesson Hugh and James Gleason. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. * HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. -* Among the famous schools included in the tour, Mrs. Ellis visited the noted Eton college, who will leave at an for St. Louis, Mo., to make their home, were honored on Weclnes- sea diver and famous adventurer, and Barclay Achrson, J associate editor oi '"The "Rcaci- :er's Digest.'' 1 Tours of Chicago will be made by the young journalists, including an inspection of 1he University of Chicago and possibly of Northwestern University at Evansfon also. Many other of the many institution's and places of interest will be visited in the course of the wide tour. Highlighting the convention is a grand banquet and get- together of all of the nation's potential young journalists on the night of Friday. Nov. 10 T ,udingtpn high school's delegation will make the return tru from Chicago on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 11 ing won by Mrs. Joseph Clausen and Russell Urban and second by Mrs. Eli Hanson and Matt .lohn- son'. " Lunch was server] a! (he <;!<>so of the game and (he rcmaiiuio'- of the evening was spent dancing. The next parly of (ho s will be held on MKMluv, No at the Eagles' hail meet in P.<i of B n;i iMn of Lud;et.;\ Sigma ay evening ill Hotel Hooray! Washing Dishes By Hand Is Bad For You Ky HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE (AP Science Editor) NEW YORK—Women who dis- I like dish-washing can now claim | this practice should be barred as a health hazard. They can quote records from the American Journal of Public Health. There Walter E. Ward and G. M. Dack of the University of Chicago report a comparison of hand-washed and machine- washed household dishes. They point out that although much attention has been given to health hazards, such as bacteria, Miss G. Eastman Is Guest Speaker The members of the Senior Child Study club were entertained on Wednesday evening by Mrs. Joseph Knebl, at her home at 502 North Harrison street. Co-hostesses at this meeting were Mrs. Alfred Chinnery and Mrs. John Wagner. The program for the evening was in charge of the Summit Child Study club, members of which were special guests of the occasion. Mrs. Robert Maynard of the Summit club introduced the guest speaker of the evening, Miss Gertrude Eastman, who talked on the topic "Betterine; Human Relations." At the close of the evening, a delicious tray luncheon was served by the hostesses. The clever appointments were in red, opened with ;e ntaai. A lee appoint- r.uiio ;;i be given D was heard and whose mar- n! oi late .•i!nio\inee f 'i IUT en::.i :>. ;neni i.iy n;'(\-enting a box of c.mdy to 1 lir ehajDtcr in the so'.vrii.y custom. The i, >:-,;',i lor ihi 1 "veiling, on t:ib!t :(.•! t in 1 . 1 .. \va ; pr'vr-iilrrl by Mis-, Dorniiiy [ J rei''(iniaine and Miss Kalharyn Mark. Formal ancl i'ami-y '.i'ltiM e r v i little heed has been paid to the .similar domestic problem. They tested two types of home dish-washing machines against hand-washing procedures. Results: by hand 25 bacteria on each plate after washing; by machine. 11 germs per plate. Cups sterilized before being washed picked up bacteria, again to the discredit of hand wash- | School Ma'am ing. The hand cleansed cups I MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (/P) averaged 17 bacteria each I—Fifty-one years of teaching— against washed. The machines used hotter riii." 1 \vat>M- than the hands, but the investigators concluded the hotter water wa.s not the explanation of less germs. This they credited to the greater washing- away action of rinsing in the machines for the machine Armistice day. The next meeting of the club will be held on Nov. 29 at the home of Mrs. Willard Tallefson, 417 North Park street. further information write to Alexander S. Leslie, Recruiter, U. S. Navy, City hall, Grand Rapids. in the same school and in the same first grade—were marked by Miss Isabelle Stemplc when school opened this fall. I ;atr.!:V ranged v,ii'i \Val'e J'Ml! !'•'. courtesy ,('!' I'omp.iny. the U s- -i )ii •.',-.\y condu Tlir me- At i U'd iir. 1 •,s were ar- i'o .•mil glass- occasion by ohi's Jewelry conclusion of ral discussion • "djourned to Nov. 20, at 7 New Vndcr-ctrm >eam Deodorant safely U. S. Navy Seeking ! Stops Perspiration Men for Service The U. S. Navy recruiting substation, located in the city hall at Grand Rapids, recently announced that the navy has openings for all applicants for enlistment who can meet the nece.s- sarv requirements. The navy is presently putting on a drive for recruits to bring the fleet to full strength. For ' m. Tnu- in 21 established by. Henry the Fourth dav evening with a farewell din- of England, and ahfo t.h» ram- ner party, given by the members of England, and •bling buildings also the ram of Cambridge with its colleges within colleges. England is churches and famous for its cathedrals and in the smaller localities, said Mrs. Ellis, each church tries to outdo n ° lea Commercial venuaes of their cottage club. I number of G95.00U, worth $448.- Uil^ii. ^wuv* t \_ l,J.U.k/. , OOJ f\Pn I 1 1 --.--, Mr. and Mrs. McFarlantf have'r^ 1 "^ ' v!K -- p -^ ! e. were mar.ufac- been members of the club since i i ui .° cl by H- s - an , ;l Canadian fac- ! V/ALKALL. iand Mr:-. P their arrival in Ludington several years ago. The dinner, served at Hotel i ini; with (September. e months rnd- '-'(" •;!t were D(iri:; •c.inr; Miss Rosella •ci';r: I'.Iis.sp.s phylliy t :.n Durham, Noel . yr, M-iri-T. Dorotliy I i;ii i ; Anderson, •. He!;;/ l.,ove and •riy. England i/IV Mr. diey. both 89. re- re!' bri'.trd th.eir 70th anniversary. v - -X- - - -Jf - - *!• — •» - -X- — -X- — •£• "l ARMISTICE DANCE * •\'I With Novell ics at : { : Branch Gymnasium. Salurdav, Nov. 11. + i "Lucky Stars" * * Orchestra. I Docs not rut dresses — doc-, not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. On be used right alter shaving. 3. Instantly r.fops perspiration for 1 to J c!ay«.. Removes odor from pcrspiratirin. 4. A pure whitp, prc.isele.-.s, stainless vanishing cream. 5> Arrid has hccn 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 }ar today) ARRED Dinner was served at a long table i-^|__j .3 1, . —~ ~~ ' : i-'JlillCl Wc*»S ftCi V CW CX V <*. 1UI111 uauiL I induded on the tour were Stoke-1 decorated with rosewood and | * Pages church^-where Gray wrote his "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard;" ancient Melrose Abbey, in the vicinity of the home cr Sir Walter Raleigh; the York cathedral which has the oldest and most beautiful stained glass in England, and Lincoln cathedral with its famed "angelsS choir." In conclusion, Mrs. Ellis told of <her tour of Southern England and of the fanciful traditions and tales common to that district. Dinner Dance. Mrs. Ellis was thanked for her interesting and charmingly presented talk by the officers of the club, after which Mrs. A. E. Rasmussen, president, conducted a. brief .business meeting. It was decided to hold a dinner-dance at Hotel Stearns on Nov. 28, as Gentlemen's night. At this time a special speaker will be presented. At the close of the afternoon, •delicious refreshments were served by the hostess committee at a. long table centered with bronze, yellow and white chrysanthemums in a silver bowl. Tall orange tapers in silver holders carried out the autumn theme. Co-chairmen of the hostess SPECIAL Hot Fudge and Butterscotch Sundaes lOc LAGESEN'S BAKERY white pompon chrysanthemums j I and with tall white tapers. j f The honoree, Mrs. McFarland. j # wore a corsage of orchids, the REGULAR Enlerkiinmcnt fniil gift of the club. i I St. Si ons 1 al 8 At Auditorium Those present were Mr. and '... Mrs. F. R. Ashbacker, Mr. and ! '\ Mrs. George Cartier, Mr. and Mrs. * S. F. Meers, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. i I Wilde, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Greg- j * ory, Mr. and Mrs. Clay F. Olm- , J, r . . stead Sr., Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Ras- \ everybody Welcome! mussen, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Miller and the honor guests, Mr. and ' Mrs. McFarland. . * * -x- Third Party Is a Great Success E: NOTICK! Further Notice iMSors from I Or up. JMi-fjl Drinr.s :!!»c up. raught ann Bottled, fie ;uul lOc. )an<'in«' F.vrry \is;bl. Nn rover t'hiinri;. rl .fp-nscn'.s S-A nir, r slers Y NIGHT. IIAINIKU/S LAKF. SHOIJK INN The third of a series of pinochle parties sponsored by Ludington aerie No. 1354 for members and their friends was played on Tuesday evening at the Eagles' hall. Thirty-two tables of pinochle were played with first prize be- #—-#—#--#—* — *—#- -*—* 115) S. .lames Street—In Roar of Tarr's Barber Shop. C;ABRIF,LEEN ami KEPOSO PKKMAWONTS. ASK ABOUT OIJR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS! Sec Us For Complete Beauty Service. TELEPHONE 182 FOR APPOINTMENTS. One Pint of FRUIT SALAD ICE CREAM for Ic with the' Purchase of a Quart of Any Other Ice Cream. i NOTICE: We maintain special prices for school parties and soeials—See us before you buy. rIBBS' ICE CREAM Attention Masons! Regular Meeting Friday, November 10 at 7:30 p. m. Important Meeting 'E. D. Hamilton, Sec'y. MORE BARGAINS Trade In Your Old Mattress and Get A New nner Spring Mattress- iy sleep on your old mattress when you get a guaranteed inner spring mattress for only WHITE BREAKFAST ision Table, with extra leaf, 4 chairs, only /» v A M i.;.»;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. .j..;..;..;..;. .j..;..;. ^.;..;..;. .j..;. .j..;..;., ORANGES, juicy Florida's, large do/.. GRAPEFRUIT , large Texas seedless V for POPCORN, golden, it really pops BLACK PEPPER, pure ib. MILK, £ large ^ cans SALAI> DRESSING, Tastcwell, ! quar t BABY FOODS, M ^* cans CODFISH, boneless, box SIIURFINE COFFEE, A bowl FREE /U ibs. VIKING COFFEE, Ibs. ItOLLKU OATS, 2 3 7 Ibs. and SET trimmed in red, $18.95 uy Now For Christmas- the furniture you want, make a much each week. down payment, so NEW STOCKS ARRIVING DAILY. OB'S Johnson, Prop. NEW AND USED FURNITURE STORE For the past four years with Obel's Furniture Store 5Q1JE. DOWLAND STREET &&i&s&yss&^ With swirl-crystal (9 Inch) BOWL TWO POUNDS DURKEE'S DOUBLE FLAVOR MARGARINE FROM YOUR GROCER .SHREDDED WHEAT WIIEATIJiS INSTANT COCOA, just add water Ib. 25c 25c 20c 15c 25c 21c 27c 28c 49c 39c 25c lOc ,, ,, LEG O' LAMB, yearling Ib. OYSTERS, pint SAUERKRAUT, O homemade O Jbs. LIVER, Ib. 20c lOc iC 21c lOc lOc FRRE! ONE DOZEN CHICKENS! A dozen chickens will be given away free the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, ASK US. GIBBS' MARKET PHONE 66 We Cut The Price But Not The Quality WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR • SALT • SUNDRIES • PAPER BAGS • WRAPPING PAPER • GUM • TAPE • TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY STEVE GODIN Wholesale Only ^•' TV ' •• X Xv X:v "^: DO KNOW? That billions of dollars arc invested in telephone equipment in lliis country. That thousands of maintenance men arc constantly at work keeping this equipment in order. That thousands of operators maintain their posts day and nipht in order that you may he served — ANY TIME. MICHIGAN ASSOCIATED TELEPHONE COMPANY Watch for them! Best-sellers from our regular stock. Reduced! Save Extra! To Keep You Dryf Rubber Hi-Cuts Outstanding Values at 16 inches o£ fresh, live rubber, watertight from top to toel Extra-wide opening makes them easy to get into. Reinforced at strain points! Save! Our Longest Wearing Boys' 14-inch Hi-Cuts Regularly 2.981 2« Everything about them is built for wear, from their cord soles and heels to the strong Goodyear welt I A full-length gusset tongue keeps out dirt and moisture. Sizes 2'/ 3 to 6. - Unbeatable Values I Men's Work Shoes Regularly 1491 1 38 You won't find their equal In wear and comfort at anywhere near thin price 1 Good-looking blucher style with plenty of toe room, long-wearing composition soles. Sizes 6 to 11. MONTGOMERY WARD 103-109 E. Ludinglon Ave. Phone 158

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