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>/ THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1939. OCIETY SOCIAL CALENDAR Dads' Night Program Is Enjoyed by Members of Foster School Association Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents James Cagney and Priscilla Lane in "The Roaring Twenties" with Humphrey Bogart, Gladys George, Jeffrey Lynn, Frank McHugh and Paul 'Kelly. TODAY: There will toe a meeting of the Ludington Junior Literary club at 7:30 o'clock this evening in the domestic science room of Ludington high school. Guest night will be observed at this time. Miss Dorothy Spike, Ludington public schools art supervisor, will be guest speaker. Tne Pere Marquette Community Grange will meet at 8 Robert Wayt, 307 North James street. Mrs. Clay F. Olmstead Jr. will act as co-hostess. A midweek service will toe held at 7:45 p. m. in Bethany Methodist church. The study of the Book of Acts will toe continued. There will toe a meeting of the auditorium. The Ludington Grover Cleveland club will sponsor a card party at 8 p. m. at the Danish all. All members and friends are cordially invited. SATURDAY: The Four Square club of The Community church Friends Celebrate Anniversary Nov. 11 Several friends 503 street, Saturday gathered at Robert evening to The regular meeting of the Parent-Teacher association of Foster school was held en Fri-: day evening at 8 o'clock in the I school building. At this time, 1 Dads' night was observed. The meeting was called' to order by Mr§. Edward Organ, president of the association, and the program was announced by Raymond Thompson, father vice-president and Albert Johnson, principal of Foster school and chairman of the program for the evening. The group enjoyed hearing musical selections played by the Budreau Brothers, Gerald, Edward, James and Donald, followed by a geographic movie skit of the Western United States, given by Duane Wright, Dirk Husted and Richard McKed. v All pictures for this skit were drawn by pupiis of the Fifth grade, instructed by Miss Olga Messenger. At the conclusion of the program, a brief business meeting was conducted 6y Mrs. Organ. Roll call determined that the Third grade room, of wMch Miss OSSAWALD CHUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKESIIORE INN- Dancing. TODD-L-INN—~ Dancing. Adult Confirmation class of Bethany Lutheran church at 7:30 p. m. in the parsonage. The Church of the Nazarene will hold a prayer meeting at! 7:30 p. m. i The First Church of Christ! Scientist, will hold its weekly j o'clock this evening in the Pere i testimony meeting at 8 p. m. j Marquette townhall. Mr. andj Ihere will be a prayer meet-] Mrs. Fred Stewart of Fountain '• ing of the Calvary Mission at i will install the new officers of | 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. the Grange. Supper will be j Adele Marcellus, 302 East Court served following the meeting. | street. 'I he Past Noble Grands club I The Lakeview Bunco club will of Rebekah lodge will meet at 8 | meet at 8 p. m. at the home of o'clock this evening at the j Mrs. Earl Parker, East Luding- home of Mrs. Joy Wright, 109'ton avenue. , will sponsor a rummage sale at j help her celebrate her birthday O «-i m n f rr*o /•>»•» 11 **/> Vi Vt mt C»A _ .». i ... ________ * * « • . ** I South Robert street. Mrs. Harry I Staiter will act as co-hostess. All members are requested to be I present. J Ine Helen L. Burns Youth I Temperance Council will meet | tn is evening at the Rayle home I in Freesoil. All young people 01 : Maion county are welcome to at- 9 a. m. at the churchhouse. Members of the circle and friends who have articles for the sale are asked to call the church office, telephone 682. The confirmation class of. Bethany Methodist church will number meet at 10 a. m. in the church parlors. The Junior Confirmation class of Bethany Lutheran church will meet at 10 a. m. in the parsonage. SUNDAY: The Luther League of Emanuel Lutheran church will entertain the Manistee Luther league at a fellowship service and meeting at 7 p. m. in the church. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. All members of the League are asked to be present. Rebekahs To Hold Nomination Nov. 17 The Women's Guild of Grace Episcopal church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. W. H. Force, East Court street. IHURSDAY; Pere Marquette chapter No. 327, Order of Eastern i IVfrC Kmirloan Star, will sponsor the second:^" 110 " AHlUUOCll I of a series of card parties ati ! 8 p. m. in the Masonic temple. I The Be Loyal club of Bethany I A11 chapter members and friends j Lutheran church will meet at I are invited to attend . j Mrs. Ei?el Knudsen 8 o'clock this evening at thei Circle 5 of St. John's Lutheran; tained Friday evening in church will meet at 2 p. m. at; of her birthday the home of Mrs. Otto Amerell.jand the birthday anniversary of 201 first street. Members are! her sister, Mrs. John Keifer.* anniversary. A social time was spent in visiting. Later the hostess served a delicious luncheon at a table centered with a beautiful birthday cake. Mrs. Thompson received a of pretty gifts in remembrance of the day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson, Misses Anna Haxon and Ida Peterson and the hostess, Mrs. Thompson. \f t \p \r Freesoil Team Wins Debate from Custer in First of Season RADIO H1GHLICHTS Key station of each network IB listed in the programs. The Networks: WEAF—WTAM. WTMJ, WOT, WLW, WSM. WMAQ. WOOD. WWJ. WJ2 — WL8, WTMJ, WMAQ, WXYZ, WLW, WOOD. WABC—WJB, WHAS, WBBM. FREESOIL. — Freesoil high school was the winner of the first debate of the season held ! with the Custer high school ]team at 1:30 p. m. Friday, Nov. 10. The subject was "Resolved; TT « Ti • J 1U - ine subject was "Resolved; Hostess on r ridav That the United state s Govern- •^ m pn f RVi m 11H /"Virvi n «*-i /~\«,-.«,* * «. ment Should Own and Operate All Railroads in the United Carl Sellner in, Jessica Lee is teacher^ awarded the prize of ,$1 f largest number om patents, present. During the business session, Mrs. Irving Fulker was appointed historian to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs. Albert Palm. The group then adjourned to the school basement where refreshments were served by Mrs. Amuel Baltzer and Mrs. Henry Ernst as hostesses, assisted by the Seventh grade mothers. * * * _._ nouncement : • was made of an sKbulci%p -entertainment :to be held in ' I. O.-'O. F. hair on Friday eve- Forty members were present at the regular meeting of Ludington Rebekah lodge No. 87, held recently at I.O.O.F. hall. At this time the nomination of officers for the 1940 club season ..was held and also an- Two Are Hostesses ning, >;Nov. 17,,^t 8 o'clock. The evening's mystery package was awarded to Mrs. Emil VanAelst. After the business session, seven tables of pinochle were iplayed with high score being won by Mrs. Harry Stalter, second by Mrs. E. F. VanAelst and low by Mrs. Earl Parker. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by a committee headed by Miss Lillian Kupper, assisted by Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. Mary Millwood and Mrs. William Craig. .y. JA v Misses Dorothy PreFontaine and Katharyn Mark entertained at a lovely personal shower Wednesday evening at the Mark residence in honor of Miss Betty Love who will become the bride .of Elwyn Olmstead the evening of Nov. 24 at The Community church. Three tables of bridge were played until a late hour when a delicious two-course luncheon was served by the hostesses. Heart shaped placecards marked Mrs. Arthur Aitschwager, 319 North Lewis street, was hostess recently to the members of the Lakeshore Study club. Twenty- one members were present at this meeting. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Nell Mallory, who conducted a brief business meeting. It was decided to take a membership in the club name in the American Red Cross. home of Mrs. itiverton. Ine airl Scout Leaders' asso- iupper at 6 o'clock this evening at tlif hume of Mrs. Gerald Swarthout, 205 North Lewis street. Each person is asked to brin» her own table service. 'Ine string band of Evangelical Free church will meet for rehearsal at 7:15 p. m. Ihe Swedish Bible class of Evangelical Free church will meet at 8:15 p. m. This is a class for young people exclusively. Ihe Parent-Teacher association of Lakeview school will .sponsor a second bridge and pinochle party at 8 o'clock this evening at the school building. There will be prizes for high scores. TUESDAY: There will be a regular meeting of the board of education at the superintendent's office at 7:30 p. m. All members are requested to be present. The Yo-Ad cla.ss of First Methodist church will meet at 8 p. m. at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Pollack, 304 East Loomls street, where a short meeting will be held before the, skating party. Later in the eve-) ning the class members will re-j turn to the Pollock home for re-, freshments. J Pere Marquette chapter No.| 327, Order of Eastern Star, will; hold its annual meeting, preced- i ed by a potluck supper to be 1 served at 6:30 p. m. Election of officers will be held at the meet- ; ing at the Masonic temple. Air members are urged to be present. | The Berean Bible class ofj Washington Avenue Baptist church will meet at 8 p. m. at: the hcme of Mrs. Leslie Modeweg! with Miss Marv Pearson as ca- choir of First Methodist church will meet for rehearsal' at 7:30 p. m. in the church. j Ihe- Regional Institute onj "The Christian Home" at Grand ! ing a quilt. Later a luncheon was served hostess. n ty- delicious by the Those attending were: Mes- T-, -j , ,, .. c ... . dames Peter A. Nelson, Rolland Rapids under the auspices of the : Benedict Anton F Nielsen Michigan Council of Churches-- '-- on *' Nlelsen and Christian Education will begin at 10 a. m. Dr. Oliver W. Butterfield of New York City! t will be leader, assisted by Rev. i j J. Burt Bouwman and Mrs. | Betty Gene of Lansing. ! Mrs. Gebhaid's circle of The ; Community church will meet at i the home of Mrs. Charles Peter- I son, 605 West Haight street. Frank A. Nelson, Roy E. Nelson, John Keifer. Miss Alice Nelson and the hostess, Mrs. Knudsen. ——* * •* Will Sponsor enter- annive h rsarv i f Mauric ? J all efson of Luding- ni,,ore:nv,, r>V i ton was judge for the team and James Crofoot was the Freesoil chairman. Timekeepers were Vivian Stewart of Custer and Vera Lucker of Freesoil. Debaters from Custer were Helen Biabak, Mary Farrell and Norma Zynda and Wayne Crofoot, Helen Zajac and Rose Pe- Karchik from Freesoil. Miss Zerrillo is the Custer coach and Superintendent Orville Bailey is the director of the Freesoil team. Visitors at the debate were Superintendent and Mrs. B. T. Hackmuth of Custer and Mrs. Laurence Hill of Freesoil. CALL LETTERS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980, KPAB 770. KF1 640. KMOX 1090, KOA 830. KYW 1020, WBBM 770, WCFI, 970. WBAL 1060, WCCO 810, WABC 860, WKAR 850. WDAP 610, WEAF 660. WENR 870, WON 720, WGY 780, WHAM 1150, WHAS 820. WHO 1000, WIBO 570, WJJD 1130, WSM 650, WJR 750, WJZ 760. WLS 870. WLW 700, WMBI 1080, WKZO 590, WMAQ 670. WOOD 1270. WOW 590, WOWO 1160, WSB 740, WTAM 1070, WTIC 1060, WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 620. (Time Is Eastern Standard) TONIGHT: Europe — WABC- CBS 8:55, 11; MBS 9, 9:15; WEAF-NBC-East 11. WEAF-NBC—8 Tommy Riggs; 8:30 Richard Crooks, tenor; 9 Doctor I. Q.; 9:30 Alec Templeton; 10:30 American Woman's association friendship dinner. WABC-CBS — 7:30 Blondie (West 10:30); 8 Kostelanetz and Martin; 8:30 Howard and Shelton; 9 Wallace Beery in "The Champ;" 10 Guy Lombardo. WJZ-NBC—7:15 Science on. the March; 8 Sherlock Holmes; I 8:30 True or False; 9:30 Youth! Questions the Headlines; 10:30 j Radio Forum, Under Secretary of State Sumner Wells, on "The Neutrality Zone." MBS—8 Author Author; 9:30 WOR Symphony; 10:45 Pageant of Melody. TUESDAY: Europe — NBC- Cliains 8 a. m.; WABC-pBS 8 a. m., 6:30 p. m. WEAF-NBC — 1 Owen White Talking about Radio; 2:45 Hymns of All Church- 5 Girl Alone. WABC-CBS — 4 Cleveland Institute of Music; 4:30 Of Men and Books; 5:30 It Happened in Hollywood. WJZ- NBC—12:30 Farm and Home hour; 1:30 Rochester Civic orchestra; 2 Gallant American Women. MBS — 2:45 Southern School of the Air. TUESDAY SHORT WAVES: HAT4 Budapest 7 Military 'March; PCJ- Eindhoven' 8:45 Happy Program; TGWA Guate' mala City 11 Marimbas; JZK Tokyo 12:20 New Japanese music. In the course of 30 years the expansion of one of the older automobile manufacturing companies created employment for double the number of workers, .while increasing the average j plant investment per worker I from $1,900 to $5,000. In the ]same interval average annual i sales volume increased nine times over, due to improved manufacturing techniques. The Parent-Teacher associa- • tion of Lakeview school will l The choir of Bethany Metho- sponsor another enjoyable card dist church will meet for re-.,... hearsal at 8 p. in. at the church.] at The E p w o r t h League of i Bethany Methodic church will 1 party at 8 o'clock this evening the school building. Prizes will be awarded In the year 1900, when the first autoinooile show was held in the old Madison Square Garden in New York, there were only 8,000 automobiles known to be in existence in the U. S. Thirty-nine pointed relish dish served centerpiece for the first course and a large plate of mints as a centerpiece for the dessert course. The home was beautifully decorated with white and yellow baby mums. Mrs. Orian Crocker received high score for i,nc evening's entertainment and Mrs. Obe Schrader received second high. Miss PreFontaine and Miss Mark presented Miss Love with Mrs. Lester Blodgett gave an . w teresting and instructive re-fhostess as IP 0 "? 11 tne work of the hospital j Girl Scouts, Troop 5 of The auxiliary , Community church will' meet at n»» f \r B T W , as . then . turned 4 p. m. in the churchhouse over to Mrs. Jack Abrahamson, ' The Marv and Martha leader for the evening. Mrs. | O f The Community church "• of " 'atBp. m. at the wil evening, Mrs. Aitschwager served a delicious luncheon with clever appointments in the Thanksgiving motif. jh parlors. There will be a mid-week prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. at Free Methodist church. Ihe Salvation Army will hold an Evangelistic service at 7:30 p m. Rev. Girtz, missionary from India, will lecture at Bethany church at 7:30 p. m. Bible study will be conducted in Evangelical Free church in the evening. FRIDAY: First Methodist !$ church will hold a special Men's - '*' Night program in the evening at Gray hall. Games have been arranged for entertainment and refreshments will be served The choir of Washington I'A Avenue Bantist church will : V meet for rehearsal at 7 p. m in i X the church. ,•>•*< ! The choir of Bethany Luther- X jan church will meet for re-'»!< hearsal at 7 p. m. at the home V of Mrs. F. W. Schumacher. j >J I The choir of Evangelical Freei$ ! church will meet for rehearsal [V 'at 7:30 p. m. >>{ The Parent-Teacher associa-i $ tion of St. Simon's school will'.** meet at 3 p. m. in the school j'J HAVE YOU TRIED HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk? It's Easier lo Digest. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 '»;«»»»*•»>»» "Hello Mommy" will asist T , . , „ . a white moire Bride's Book to K 11 1 O 1 h t G W ill enable her to keep a record of her | xm -* ll {3"i3 fflll activities during the coming sea- i son. Miss Love was the recipient of many lovely gifts from her friends. . «• Those present were Mesdames Obe Schrader, Leonard '• Srried- berg, Orian Crocker, Leo zynski, Leo Vachow; Misses Alyce Barnhart, Betty Jane Peterson, 'Phyllis Love, Eleanore .Klemm, Edith Olson, Margaret Woodland; the honoree, Miss Betty Love, and the hostesses, Miss Mark and Miss PreFontaine * * * L Attend Service Public Library Adds Six Current Novels Six books of current adult ,fiotlon have been placed in circulation at Ludington public library recently, it is announced bv Miss Eleanor Hillman, librarian. These books include "Immortal Ease" by Kathleen Coyle, "William's Room" by Alice Grant Rosman, "Border Trumpet" by Ernest Haycox, "Teller of Tales" by W. Somerset Maugham, "Son of the Sea" by Sara Ware Bassett and "Blossom Like the Rose" by Norah Lofts. In addition, "Looking Backward" by Edward Bellamy has •put In the circulating de- Published many years ago, this book prophesied radio, electricity and many oth- 1 modern inventions. _# # * Twenty members of Pere Marquette council No. 1492, Knights of Columbus, were present at the regular/meeting of the organiza- rinr- tion, held on Thursday evening ' in James Golden hall. The meeting was called to order by Edward Ackersville, grand knight, who conducted a brief business session. It was announced that all members of the council will attend the Holy' Hour on Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in St Simon's Catholic church. This service is in line with the K. of C. public prayer for peace program. At the conclusion of the business meeting, pinochle was played and later luncheon was served by a committee headed by Charles Derler. . * # -x- 4 Camera Club Has Meeting at Shop The regular meeting of the 1 The Men's Brotherhood of Bethany Methodist church will meet at 7:45 p. m. at the home of Fred Ligesen, South Washington avenue. The Ludington Junior Townsend club will sponsor a social meeting and guessing contest on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Moose lodge ballroom Music for dancing will be furnished by "The Swingsters." The public is invited. The Drama department of the Woman's Literary club will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Ben F. Gregory 923 East Ludington avenue." Mrs P. C. Hansen will act as co- hostess and Mrs. Robert Farrier will be program chairman. WEDNESDAY: The G i r 11 Scout troop and Brownie Pack I of First Methodist church will i meet at 3:45 p. m. in their re- i spcctive rooms at the church ! The prayer and study class! of First Methodist church will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the clubroom at the church. The midweek prayer service of Washington Avenue Baptist church will be held at 7:45 p m m the church. ' The Women's society of church Hotel, Rehling's Resort Round Lake. at * * I * I * I *—*—*— Liquor, Wine, Rooms, Meals Cottages. Beer, and A TELEPHONE RELIEVES WORRY How many times have you worried about children only to find they "stayerf for dinner at Mary's," and had no way of letting: you know. A telephone in your home prevents needless worry . . . and brings convenience and comfort. Michigan Associated Telephone Co. The csts, other than those men- cm Thursday evening at the Camera-Shop. Howard Hawley, program chairman, submitted a .schedule for future programs for the year. They will include .several Eastman lectures, questionnairel. picture taking excursions, a Christmas party, a trip to Manistee and talks by local camera enthusiasts. An interesting contest was conducted between two teams formed of members of the dub. Each team called upon the other to answer ciuestions pertaining to photography. The remainder of the meeting was spent in the taking of odd '- -'-"-• under "" ' " Camera club was held ThanrOfTermg meeSg at? p m. in the churchhouse with Mrs. C. C. Caswell as devotional leader, Mrs. Paul H. Clark as program leader and Mrs. Fritz Klein fas hostess. Badminton and ping-pone for young women will be played at 6:30 p. m. in The Community churchhouse. The Philathean circle of The Community church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. ion, of her reunion party r Mrs. William Dastal, were Mesdames Clare . Otto Olson, Gall G. James Pedersen, Paul Reuben Blucker, John Br and William Olson. lames of these persons Utfcjtl when the guest 1 published in Saturday's ' The News. -,—* * # South American countries, in which 85 to 90 percent of the cars in use are of American origin, absorbed 57,500 cars and trucks last year, presenting 20 percent of automobile exports, and bringing the total number of American type motor vehicles In use below the equator to more than 585,000. INSURE YOUR EFFORTS Your most valuable ass»t can nfVir be replaced unless insured with full coverage Lifetime disability protection. MUTUAL BENEFIT II. & A., UNITED BENEFIT LIFE GIVES YOU THIS PROTECTION. OLD LINE, LEGAL RESERVE J. WESLEY BALTZER LUUINGTON, MICH. 210 N. James St. I'uone 686 WE have bought, a whole shipload of Semet-Solvay Coke, to meet the demand of those who want the cleaner, better heat it gives. Order your binful now while stocks are fresh and while we can furnish the cor- system. Then let winter come and do its worst. No storm or cold can interfere with your comfort. You save money by buying now, before heavier demand and wintry delivery conditions force prices upward. Our guarantee of quality and satisfaction backs up this fuel rect size for your heating untiC the last shovelful is used. Abralwtnson-Nerheim Co, EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING ! Another Sensational Ward Sale! SAVE AS MUCH AS 16%! 2.98 Mix 'Em Jackets M Sixes 12-20 249 Cardigan! and man-tailored styles in dashing plaids or tweedsy stripes. Rich wool and rayon for that nubby lookl 3.98 Lined Jackets S/zes 72-20 349 Look at the way they're tailored! Finished with full or , quarter linings! Wool and ray- Ion stripes or plaids. Cay colors. All Wool Swingy Skirts S/zes 24-32 |98 The new high colors! Flared, high-waisted or tucked styles that zip into a trim closing. You'll want to wear one home. (Amazing values 1 Get at least 2. E. Ludington Ave. Telephone 158 •'v*,' - u'. i \ v ,1 1 ! t

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