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• VAC t *i wo THE DAILY NEWS-LUDiNGTON, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements COUPLE CMIES! Church Club Fetes Miss Betty Love The regular meeting of the Woman's Guild of Grace Episcopal church was held on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Berlin, 207 South Rowe street. After the business meeting, Mrs. Berlin made a recort on the regional meeting which she attended at Traverse Citv on Oct. 31. The region includes Petoskey, Traverse" City, Cadillac, Manistee, Ludington, Grand Ledge and Pentwater. Delegates from these parishes attended a corporate Communion service at the Gra<"» church of Traverse City at the opening of the meeting and later enjoyed a delicious luncheon, served by the ladies of the Traverse parish. The delegates tlien heard an address by the Rt. Rev. Lewis Bliss Whittemore, bishop of the diocese of Western Michigan. Mrs. Norman Lillie of Grand Rapids gave a report on the recent church synod, to which she was delegate from the diocese. Mrs Walker of Grand Rapids, head of the thank offering of the diocese, explained the meaning of the "Thank Offering." Another interesting talk was given by Mrs. Grant of Grand Rapids, who told of the splendid work being done in the church periodical. The representatives of the various parishes were then called upon to tell of the work being done by women in their particular parishes. Other than Mrs. Berlin, representatives of Grace church, Ludington. were Mrs. W. E. Thaxton. Mrs. Louis Quail. Mrs. Edwin Shelby and Mrs. Burson Ellibee. The program for the afternoon consisted of a reading by Mrs. W. H. Force entitled "Episcopal Arboretum." an interesting article taken from the current issue of "Spirit of Missions" and descriptive of the work done in Puerto Rico by an enterprising man. the Rt. Rev. Charles C. Claremore, bishop of the island. At the close of the afternoon, the hostess served dainty refreshments. The next meeting of the Guild will 'be held on Wednesday. Nov. 15. at the home of Mrs. W. H. Force. • .){. .jf. j(. Junior Club Hears Convention Reports The rerular meeting of the Junior Child Study club was held recently at the home of Mrs. C. O. Dittmer, 311 North Robert street, with Mrs. John Gilligan as co-hostess. After a brief business session, the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Lawrence Carrier, who was the group's representative at the recent state convention of Child Study clubs at Mt. Clemens. Mrs. Carrier reviewed for the club The main events of the convention and told of some of the more important lectures. Her talk was reported as being most interesting and instructive. At this time, Mrs. Myles Baltzer was welcomed into the club as a new member. During the evening, a bedspread was awarded by the clu'b. Miss Ethel Abrahiamson was announced as the winner of the award. Later, a delicious luncheon was served by the hostesses. Appointments were in key with the celebration of Armistice day with tiny silk flags as favors. Guests of the occasion were Mrs. Herbert Washatka and Mrs. Albert Johnson. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Le- Moyne Cronenwett, 201 North Lewis street. LYRIC THEATER— Presents George O'Brien in "The Fighting Gringo" with Lupita Tovar, Lucio Viilegas rie Melody," "Crime News" and "True Adventure." OSSAWALD CRUMB Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. IIAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Berg of 'Amber were pleasantly surpris- ied on Wednesday with a delightful affair, arranged ; by a liTiuip of relatives on the occasion of their 46th wedding an- The relatives motored to the I Berg home in Amber, where the evening was spent socially and in enjoying music. At the close of the evening, a luncheon was served at a long table centered with a four- tiered wedding cake decorated in pink and white. A collective gift was presented to the honored couple. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skifstad, Mr. and Mrs. Odcll Berg and son, Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Waterman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tellus Fugere and daughters, Miss Dorothy Gray, Richard Berg. Mr. -and Mrs. Gerald Martin of Muskegon and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. A N.' Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Berg of Kalkaska were unable to be present. -x- -x- # Gay Reunion Party Fetes Mrs. Dostal Members of the Four Square club of The Community church were entertained recently at Ihc home of Mrs. Albert Johnson. The meeting was combined with a snrprihO shower honoring Miss Betty Love, whose marriage to Elwyn Olmstead ;will bo an event of Nov. 24. i During the routine business meeting, which occupied a part of the evening, plans for the club's rummage sale, to be held on Nov. 18, were discussed. Mrs. McCarthy was chosen chairman in charge of this event. Mrs. Charles Mercadel. Miss Betty Love and Miss Phyllis Love were appointed to be in charge of the Children's oarty, to be sponsored by the club during the holiday season. At the conclusion of the business session, a variety of games were played with high prize being won by Miss Phvllis Love, who in turn presented it to her sister, Miss Betty Love. The shower honorce was also presented with a number of lovely gifts. 1 At the close of the evening, refreshments were served by ,the hostess. Mrs. Q 0 Schrader Is Hostess to Club by Rev. John Christensen, pastor of the church. During the course of the routine business meeting, it was voted to make a donation | to the Fantol missions. Following the business session, refreshments were served by Mrs. Zeber, assisted by Mrs. James Rye Kjarulff. and Mrs. C. J. Mrs. Andrew Fonnesbcck will .entertain the members of the • aid at its next meeting, to be held on Thursday, Dec. 14, in Ihc church parlors. * v * j FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I (Loomis at rfarrison stwets) I Rev. C. E. Pollock, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. Public worship—11 a. m. Sermon: "The Great Teachings of Jesus." Junior Epworth League—5 p. m. Senior Epworth League—6:15 i p. in. Arthur Dewey, speaker. j Evening Gospel service—7:30 "The Man in Ludington." class meeting— Tues- home of m. Miss Shirley Lagescn will conduct the worship and Vernon Fitch will lead the discussion. Brownie Pack meeting—Monday at 3:30 p. m. Girl Scouts, Troop 5, meeting —Tuesday at 4 p. m. Boy Scouts, Troop 3, and Sea- scouts—Monday at 7:30 p. m. Mary and Martha circle meeting—Tuesday at 8 ,p. m. at Love." Boy Scouts' meeting—Monday at 7 >p. m. under the direction of the leader, Carlton Benson. Men's Brotherhood meeting— Worship service—11 a. m. Sermon: "The Source of Life." The ordinance of the Lord's Supper will follow. Evangelistic service—7:45 p. the home of Mrs. James' Mad- I service—Thursday at 7 p. m. in Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. at theim. Sermon: "Fifteen Signs of home of Fred Lagesen, South I the Second Coming of Christ." Washington avenue. Midweek service—Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. The study of the Book of Acts will be continued. Epworth League devotional sen, 709 East Filer street. Miss Frances Paine will assist as co- hostess and Mrs. Flora Clark will be in charge of the study program. Women's Society Thank Offering meeting— Wednesday atj 2 p. m. at the churchhousc with | Mrs. C. C. Caswell as devotional I leader, Mrs. Paul H. Clark as program leader and Mrs. Fritz Klein as hostess. | Badminton and ping-pong for young women— Wednesday at ! 6:30 p. m. in the chirrchhouse. Badminton section 01 the Men's club meeting— Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the church- house. Philathean circle meeting — Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the! home of Mrs. Robert Wayt, 307 North James street. Mrs. Clay the church parlors. Choir rehearsal — Thursday at 8 p. m. Confirmation class meeting— Saturday at 10 a. m. in the church parlors. FREE METHODIST CHURCH (318 North Robert street) Rev. .T. L. Hazcldine, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. Preaching service—11 a. m. Evening service—7:30 p. m. Preaching service—8 p. m. Prayer meeting—Thursday • THE SALVATION AUMY (Hall at 108 South Rath avenue) Adjutant Kyle Pjercy •Sunday school—10 a. in. Devotionals—11 a. m. Public service—7:30 p. m. Boy Scouts, Troop 7, meeting —Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service — Thursday at 7:30 P. m. (Please turn to Page 5, Column 4) atj 7:30 p. m. F. Olmstead Jr., co-hostess. The installation of new officers was the feature of the recent meeting of Anna Barbara Switzer auxiliary No. 25 of William H. Salisbury camp No. 52, United Spanish War Veterans, held at the Community hall in Scot f ,ville. The new officers installed at that time were: President, Mrs. Fiora Mulder; senior vice president, Mrs. Hilda Snyder; junior vice president, Mrs. May Waite; secretary, Mrs. Bessie Quinn; treasurer, Mrs. Stella Bryan; chaplain, Mrs. Ottie Rydcll; patriotic instructor, Mrs. Maxme Linsley; historian, Mrs. Sophia Fowler; conductor. Mrs. Ida i Maude Quinn; first guard, Mrs. j Mabel Matavich; second guard. [Mrs. Bertha Milkchc, and musician, Mrs. Edward Peterson. Installing officers were the past presidents, Mrs. May Waitc and Mrs. Agnes Peterson. The mystery package of the evening was awarded to Mrs. Frances Gardner. During the meeting, plans were made for the celebration of Armistice day and also to .sponsor a Christmas party, to be held at the next meeting. At the conclusion of the c-vc- [ning, the camp joined the auxiliary for a potluck luncheon. -X- •>;• ->;Mrs. Hollick Is Mrs. C:uy Blue, 420 North Rofo; ert street, entertained on Tucs- !day evening at a pinochle and Chinese checker party, held at i her home. I The occasion was the reunion i of a group of old friends of Mrs. I Wil'iam Dostal, who will leave iat an early date to spend several j weeks in visiting at the home ot : her .sister in Chicago. i Two tables of pinochle and onc • of Chinese checkers were played : during the evening. High scores : were won by Mrs. Edward Mal- iory and by "Miss Anna Peterson ; while low .scores were won by : Mrs. Dostal, the honoree, and Mrs. Cora Phillips. ] Luncheon was .served at the i close of the evening and the hon; or guest was presented with a lovely collective gift from her : n icnd-j. Mrs. Blue made the presentation. i Those present were Mcsdamcs 1 Waltei Kmiclsen. Clyde Rowe. Fred Dostal, Ernest Beebe, H. | Maurice Butler, Terry Gamerts- ; lekier, J. L. Davis. Edward Mal.' lory. G. F. Swarthoul ; Misses M;u> l Ei.au and Anna Peterson: the I honoree, Mrs. William Dostai. ' and the hostess, Mrs. Blue. IC.D.A. to Sponsor Party on Nov. 29 The regular meeting of Court I.udin^tcin No. 745, Catholic Daughters of America, was held on Wednesday afternoon at James Golden hall. Diirinir the : Mrs. Obe Schrader, 310 North Rath avenue, was hostess re, centiy to the members of her ; bridg'e club. Mrs. Harold Hill i was a guest of the occasion. I Bridge was played during the •evening with high prize being , won by Miss Betty Love and ;;ec- |ond by Miss Katharyn Mark. i Later, a dainty luncheon was | oerved by the hostess. ; Members present were Mes- 1 dames Leonard Smedberg and Leo Gorzvnski; Misses Betty Love, Betty Jane Peterson, Margaret i Woodland. Katharyn Mark and ; the hostess. Mrs. Schrader. i Miss Dorothy PreFontaine, a : member of the" club, was unable , to be present. • The next meeting of the club, to be held on Nov. 20. will be at the homo of Iv;;s. S Yo-Ad | day at 8 p. m. at Rev and Mrs. C. E. Pollock. | Regional Institute on "The j Girl Scouts and Brownie Pack j Christian Home" at Grand meeting—Wednesday at 3:45 p. | Rapids under the auspices of ! m in their respective rooms in i the Michigan Council of j the -hurch i Churches and Christian Educa- ! 1 Prayer and Study class meet- | tion—Thursday at 10 a. m. Dr. j ing—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in j Oliver W. Butterfield of New i the club room of the church. York City will be leader, as; Choir meeting—Thursday at i sisted by Rev. J. Burt Bouwman ;7:30 p. m. in the church. I and Mrs. Betty Gene of Lan! Men's Night program—Friday sing. i evening in Gray hall. A variety Meeting of Mrs. Gobhardt's !of games have been arranged : circle—Thursday at 2:30 p. m. and refreshments will be served, i at the home of Mrs. Charles Peterson, 605 West Haight WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. R. E. Omark, pastor Bible school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon by Rev. Omark. B.Y.P.U. meeting—6:30 p. m. Evening Gospel service — :7:30 p. m. Berean Bible class meeting— EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Danaher at Lavinla streets) Rev. J. A. Landin, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning service—10 a. m. Sermon by Rev. J. A. Landin. Swedish service—11:15 a. m. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE (207 West Ludingion avenue) Parvin C. Lee, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. ;• One of the Most Valuable Drugs On the Market Is j"< Cod Liver Oil i It contains Iodine, -Bromine, Phosphorus and ". Sulphur. It is very useful „• in impaired nutrition, *\ anemia, rickets, improves Ji the appetite and builds up / resistance to colds and in- J» fcctions. m* street. i Choir rehearsal—Thursday at! i 7 p. m. ! Rummage sale under the aus- I pices of the Four Square circle ! —Saturday at 9 a. m. Members . i or friends having articles for 1 the sale are asked to call the j church office, telephone 682. it was voted to give $5 to the local chapter of American Red j . !Cross. Announcement was also I The regular meeting of the made at this time of a party, General Aid of First Methodist to be given on Nov. 29 bv the I 1_ 1_ ._ 1 t..l 11T_.1.__ 1 _. _. ! c h urch was held on Wednesday afternoon in Hudson parlors. The Northeast Division mem- group of which Mrs. Gaines B. Wright is chairman. At the close of the aftcr- bers acted as hostesses at this i noon, a social hinu was enjoyed -and refreshments were served. Amusing to Be Party Feature Announcing That We Have Taken Over the Agency for RED JACKET COAL meeting. | An impressive devotional sev- jvice was led by Mrs. C. E. Pol- Hock, including the vocal solo I "Just for Today," sung by Mrs. IWilfrid Hocking, and other i favorite hymns. An article, "God's Amateurs," Prlze! . tl) bp :uv ardul at .... was read by Miss Grace Mar- , m ,_ v . spon ,nrcd by Ludington garet Kelly, following which I j, n)i -,. - r , )Vt - n , f . m > ..,,,,, •,,, Tues- Mrs. F E Gilbert san s the solo | ^ ^evening. Nov M" have "Thanks Be to God." ! been dmvU"M hv i • • fn'v IA,,,-! Mrs. Claude Bailey, chairman ! S, T i± ( rb: 'nVnish h,^ -v :of the Northeast division, then £&. *&,,£• c^- ,v^n,v hV ! gIS d ^^W Ge o°f^hH™' ^£™^*™£»y* MU- !grarT d M^Holfick^^^ (splendid detailed account of the i *".,* I', ' * a : recent annual conference of i "ou'H'ta I First Methodist churches, held at Lansing. At the conclusion of Mrs. Hollick's talk, Mrs. Rex Tower, | president of the General Aid, conducted a brief business session. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon in the Taylor room. Mrs. C. E. Pollock and Mrs. Peter Mulder presided as hostesses. Mrs. Carl Altrock was chairman of the committee in charge. Mrs. F. Saniuelson I Is Circle Hostess I Mrs. Newberg's circle of the • Ladies' Aid of T:»e Community 'oh'iiTh was cnterlaine.-) j-r?ently jat the home of Mrs. Fred Sam, rr-lson. West Loom's street. : Twenty members were present r>nd a suest, of the circle was Mrs. H:>rry I,"u Miller. Mrs. jav Lyons was in charge : of the devotional servife and 'read an article on the career 'if iC'.-'ra Barton, organizer of the Red Cross service in America. ': A social hour concluded the afternoon and .sewini: was en- ijriyed. Ci'ke.s and coffee were i-erved by the hostess, assisted by Mis-: Bornlcc Samucl.son. | The next meeting of the circle 'will be held in December at the home of Mrs. ,Iay Lyons. At this .time a Clin.s:mas parly will be held. i Beth any Ladies Are ! Entertained Nov. 9 i Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the home ! of Mrs. Leslie Modeweg. Miss j Mary Pearson will act as co! hostess. i Midweek prayer service — Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7 p. in. CHURCH OF CHRIST (James at Court streets) II. II. Hawley, minister , Service—10:30 a. m. Communion—11 a. m. Sermon—11:30 a. m. Till: COMMUNITY CHURCH (The Church with the Open Door) (108 North Harrison street) Rev. Paul Haskell Clark, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Church nursery—10:45 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon. "The Church in a Warring World." Church council meeting — 5 BETHANY METHODIST CHURCH (Conner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. Erling C. Edwardsen, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m Jacob Lunde, superintendent. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "Sound Securities." Evening service—7:30 p. m. Sermon: "The Religion We *—*—*—*—-» - *—*—*—*—* MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance 4%Q/» UtFV> Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, -. . pint Cod Liver Oil Tablets, box Parke Davis Haliver Oil Capsules, 25, 43c: 50, 79c; 100 Parkc Davis Natola Capsules, 25, 75c; 50, $1.21; 100 Buy the best and you pet results. Your prescriptions will have our best attention, accurately filled and reasonably priced. SAHLMARK'S PHARMACY *, I Gold Fish — Aquariums '.".•.•.".".".•.W T! * ; I i * : I ' *' A! ! Mrs. Rudolph ^eber. 403 • Sixth street, was hostess on Thursday afternoon to the mcm- ,bers of the Ladies' Aid of 'Bethany Lutheran church at the regular meeting of the Aid. i The meeting was opened ;with a devotional service, led 1 f Young PeopleVs jnceting—6_pJ ' w _ ' r»9c—Special—50c " Turkey Dinner With Dressing and Cranberries. Also : ROAST CHICKEN With Dressing VIRGINIA BAKED HAM with Pineapple SIRLOIN STEAKS FRIED OR BROILED LAKE TROUT FRIED OYSTERS ORIOLE CAFE -* #--# — # - »—*—*•—ft- Home made Super- Creamed Ice Cream For Keen Delight! The smoothest, finest and richest, put up in Nickel * I Cups, Paddle Pops, Double , Dip Cones, Pints and * Quarts in choice flavores. '< A Thrifty Dessert. * LAGBSEN'S * DANISH BAKERY * 605 S. Washington Ave. Phone 755 «•—•*—» * * —* - -v INDIGESTION I If you arc SUFFERING from GAS on the .stomach, | KIMOUSNRSS. (sour stomach), LOSS OF APPETITE, HEADACHES, etc.. YOU will he SURPRISED how QUICKLY my CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE can relieve you. I DR. C. A. PETERSON I a CHIROPRACTOR Corner of I munis anil Harrison Offirr I'honc 'IH5 Homr I'linnp 735 SCOTTVII.Li:: Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday KvrnliiR-. * i I , * i 1 ! * ! I i * * •x- Another l future of the party i will be the amusing contest "Everybody's Doing It,'' the title, according to report, being the club tn the prize for this game. The prize will be awarded to the person most successfully guessing the contents of a package, club officers said. Formerly Sold in Ludington by Johnson Bros. Who Have Discontinued Business. |)t is our desire to continue to merit the same goodwill which this excellent fuel and service has already built up in Ludington ... We appreciate your coal .A.Hawley <tSons Phone ?07 FOR TOMORROW'S MEMORIES When you cjioose a memorial, you ;ire creatini; memories for all those who come after. Because of our long experience and skill we think we can help you in this important decision. Let us explain to yon the many types of designs, the ways of Judging laslitii; quality—even though at the time you have no thought of making a memorial purchase. CHAS. C. CASWELL Ludington Ave. Phone 11 AMERICA'S UNBROKEN ARMISTICE The armistice of November 11, 1918, has endured for the United States for twenty- one years, and it is the hope of every American that it shall remain unbroken. This nation has no quarrel with any other nation. We have no entangling alliances. Nor are there in the world anywhere any baubles of power or conquest that we are tempted to buy with precious blood. We give thanks for the armistice of 1918 and a thousand thanks more for the unbroken armistice of 1939. The National Bank O€ Ludington We pay l'/ 2 % interest on all Time Deposits. Insurance For Better Living! THE POLICY OF BUYING FROM LUDINGTON BAKERS PAYS SUBSTANTIAL DIVIDENDS TO EVERY MEMBER OF EVERY FAMILY. The cheapest and mo^t worthwhile insurance in the world is the insurance you are buying for the entire family whenever you spend your money for Ludington-made products ... for this money remains in this community ... It pays taxes, employs local people, supports local progressive movements . .'. in short, it makes this community a better and more enjoyable place in which to live. BUY FROM ANY ON,E OF YOUR FOUR LUDINGTO'N BAKERS! We Sincerely Thank You For Your Loyal Patronage Blue Ribbon Bakery JOHN MCDONALD Lagesen's Danish Bakery FRED LAGESEN The City Bakery LEO GRUNDEMAN The Ludington Baking Co. JIM MCDONALD

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