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AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS-LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1939. SOCIETY IS FEATURE OF PHI Mrs. J. Buck Entertains Longfellow Patrons Review of Current Novel The regular meeting of the Parent-Teacher association of Longfellow school was held on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the school building. Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking, vice president, presided in the ab- sfence of the president, Mrs. Alfred Chinnery. During the business meeting, a report of the recent PT-A council meeting was read toy Mrs. George Mc- Kerty in the absence of Mrs. Charles Coleman who prepared j the report. I • Mrs. Arthur Cross then re- ! ported, on the progress of the hot-lunch project started at the school. A food shower to benefit this jproject will ibe held at the '• school on Friday, Nov. 17, it wasj announced. I The meeting was then turned i over to Mrs. Bessie Parrott, pro- j gram chairman. j The first selection of the pro- I gram was a clever dramatic i skit, "Ask Mr. Bear," given by! the First grade children. Miss Zulieme Cozine led the 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. Also "News." OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. 0. SPIKE Scout Leaders Have Delightful Supper Members of the Junior Liter- j ary club and their guests en| joyed a clever chalk-talk, given i Lw Miss Dorothy Spike, Lud• ington public schools art super| visor, at the regular meeting of • the club, held on Monday eve- 1 ning in the domestic science ! room at the high school. The meeting was opened by i Miss Marguerite Belland, presi- 1 dent, who led in the reading of I the club collect. Miss Belland ; then turned the meeting over to | Miss Doris Johnson, vice presi- j dent, who introduced Miss ! Spike. i At the conclusion of the in- i teresting program, a brief busi- I ness meeting was conducted by , Miss Belland. It was decided to give $5, as in previous years, to the PT-A milk fund, i The name of Mrs. Roy Tre, panier was announced at this itime as winner of the down i guilt given by the club. ! Refreshments were served at ! the close of the meeting from a long table covered with a white j lace cloth and centered with an i arrangement of red apples, I each cunningly tied at the stem Lovely Ceremony Takes Place at St. Jerome's Church in Scottville on Saturday Nineteen members of the Ludington Girl Scout Leaders' association enjoyed a delicious co-operative chop suey supper, held on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Gerald F. Swarthout, 205 North Lewis street. The committee in charge of preparation and arrangement of ihe supper consisted of Mrs. Frank Carlson, Mrs. Swarthout, Mrs. Stedman Rohn and Mrs. G. O. Kribs. The event had been planned so that new troop.leaders might have the opportunity to get acquainted with the other leaders. During the evening, the leaders talked over plans for an International pageant, to be par- CreeK. ticipated in by all Ludington Girl I w The marriage vows were Scout troops and Brownie Packs I bv Rev. Gordon Grant, pastor in the spring. Work on this before an altar made beautiful will begin early next with white and bronze chrysan- 0 J A. 1 . . rrr\- _ Vi»- i /-I r» 1 f\ 1 V T \J PIT- Bethany Group Enjoys Meeting Miss Dorothy Lund and Earl Jensen were In charge of the regular social meeting of the Young People of Bethany Lutheran church, held recently at the church. The meeting was opened with the singing of a hymn and devo- 1 tionals were led by Rev. John ; Christensen, pastor of the A lovely church wedding was |C h ur ch. n e r f o r m e d at a Nuptial High Mass at 9 0 clock Saturday morning, Nov. 11. at St. Jerome's Catholic j iano ^ Misg frothy Anderson, shurch in Scottville, when Irene, Que *. speaker of t f ie occasion Augusta Witte, daughter of Mr., was Linton Frost of Manistee, and Mrs. Robert Witte of West wno told of the work of tne Man . • The song "Down from His i Glory" was sung by Miss Ethel I Larson, accompanied at the Riverton. became the bride of Robert Louis Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baker of Battle read pageant year. Plans for participation in the community service at Thanks- themums. The bridal party en- istee unit and gave the reading j "Poor Deacon Brown." Miss Doroth Anderson, accompanied at the piano by Miss Ethel Larson, then gave the clever musical reading, "A Model Church," following which Rev. Christensen talked on the topic, "Luke," giving a summary of the tered the church to the strains j]if e and work of this man. of Wagner's "Wedding March" j The meeting was closed with \-uiiini Ltiiiu y o«~i vi«-i_ ..*, u Aiiciiirvo- ~- ^ . " _ Tir < . «-* , giving and Christmas time we re | played by the organist. Mrs. R.w. | the singing O f a hymn. also discussed and it was an- i VanDyke of Summit and the nounced that the Scouts will sing I choir sang the Mass, carols at the homes of .shut-ins i Fa' 1 Ensemble The bride -was charming in a fashionable fall street ensemble PARTY CELEBHITC! Mr. and Mrs. John Quinn, 309 group in the singing of "Come, i North Harrison street, enter- Ye Thankful People," following i f ained at dinner on Sunday in which Peggy Briggs, Erma Lou ! nonor of Mrs Radtke and Jean Johnson sang the stanzas of "God Bless America" with the audience joining in the singing of the chorus. The pledge to the flag was then given toy the entire group. The feature of the program was a review of the current book, "Esca,pe," toy Ethel Vance, given iby Mrs. Joseph Buck. Mrs. Buck's appreciative audience greatly enjoyed the review. It was announced that the Fifth grade room, of which Miss Quinn's father, William Saxton of Eden, who celebrated his 89th birthday anniversary on Nov. 7. Mr. Saxton and his son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Saxton, with whom he makes his home, had been in- as in previous years. The Scouts will be entertained after the singing with their own Christmas i of grape and wine color, the dress party, to be held at the St. Si- ' beins? designed with a bustle ef- _______ mon's .school auditorium with the j fe rt t. The coat was trimmed with a white and green multiple J St. Simon's troop as hostesses. | with a small fox fur collar and bow. Tall red tapers in crystal : This troop will entertain with a j buttons down the front and she flanked the arrange- Christmas play and refresh- i wore gloves, hat and slippers of menls will be served. I plum color to harmonize with Miss Luelln Alter then taught i (IMease turn to Page 3. Column 5) the group several new Scout The next meeting of the lead- j 11 6tty ers' association will be held on Dec. 11 at the home of Mrs. Philip Hartman with Mrs. Maurice Tallefson, Miss Marjorie Charon and Miss Evelyn Doran as assisting hostesses. __ -X- -X- -X- ___ holders ment. Hostesses of the evening were Mrs. Eugene Richardson, Mrs. J. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Marian Hawley and Miss Doris Behan. —.—* -x- * Miss G. Eastman Is Head Of Committee * * After the meeting, a variety of games were played and later refreshments were served by MLsses Janice GeBott, Myrtle Anderson, Margaret Rasmussen and John j Jundsen. A new refreshment committee, chosen .it this meeting, consists of Miss Dorothy Semple, Miss Jane Hamilton,'George Christensen and Edward Geil. The new program committee consists of Earl Larsen and Alice Rasmussen. Fetes Mrs. DeHof f *•—•*- *---*—«• ! i i* Miss Gertrude Eastman, Mason county school commissioner, returnee* on Sunday eve- from Ann Arbor, where Glidden Lemon is teacher, was •winner of the $1 award for attendance. vited to dinner at the Quinn she attended a meeting of a home and the other guests ar- committee to draft plans for a rived as a surprise in Mr. Sax- two-week Bourse of graduate ton's honor. A delicious chicken dinner was served to 36 guests. A feature was the serving of a huge birthday cake, baked by Mrs. William Saxton Jr. at Michigan in the to fit i study, to be given State Normal college summer of 1940. i The course, designed of the state, was given last year at Western State Teachers' college, Kalamazoo. The committee is composed MKs Emma Benz, 311 South Madison street, entertained on Fridav evening with n delightful i miscellaneous shower, compli- I men ting her cousin, Mrs. J. Leroy i DeHof f. I Four tables of bunco were Iplnyed during the evening with l Mrs. Charles Ricklefs winning ihi^h score, Mrs. Joseph Gadzi- jpmski .second and Mrs. Marlin Mrs. Ben F. Gregory and Mrs. (Boals low. The prizes were later A. Miller were hostesses re- P^ented to the honorce. ATTENTION MASONS! Joseph Buck Is Guest Speaker at A.A.U.W. Meeting IE. ! centlv to tlie members of the A social hour was enjoyed i 1st Degree *!• •[i Wednesday, i T Nov. 15, 7:30 p. m. T S. D. Hamilton, i Secretary. * Ludington branch of'American'5'. hil . e Mrs , D eHoff opened and Association of University Worn- | dls .P ' if * I * I •*—* — *—*—* — *_.)(._*_. The afternoon was spent so- socially and group pictures were ; .taken. Mr. Saxton, the honor of Dr. Clifford Woody of the At the close of the meeting, | guest, was the recipient of a col- University of Michigan Dr H ' 'by aiiective gift. r ~ _ _ * , . n. Da- I refreshments were served L. Turner of Michigan State committee headed by Mrs Da- Mr Saxton, the honor guest, Normal college, C. P. Titus, vid McCarthy and including | en j oys good health and plans to commissioner of schools in Del- Mrs. Stanley Clauson and Mrs., make a deer nunt m g trip at an ta A. B. Holt, assisted by the Sixth j ear ] y date grade mothers. * * # county; Miss Daisy Howard commissioner of schools in Genesee county; Owen Noff- smger, commissioner of schools of Arenac county; Dr. Robert member Guests of the occasion were t Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Saxton, Mrs. JMable McKenzie and son, John, land Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lasely and daughter. Judith, all of Custer; Mr and Mrs. O. J. Saxton of Riverton, Mr. and Mrs. John Reinoehl and .son, John Jr., of Eden: Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conklin and son, Bill, and daughter, Dorothy, of Pere Marquette; Mr. and Mrs. William Saxton Jr. and daughter. An interesting display on Virginia, and sons, Wayne and children's books features Lud- Billy; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ington public library's obser-j Moline, son, Roger, and daughter, vance of National Book Week, j Nancy; Mr. and Mrs. Laurence . With "Book Around the World"! Godin, Mr. and Mrs. Melard jMfnnesot'iTfootball as the theme of the week, the I Conklin, Miss Alice Sanders, Mrs. jed at Ferry field display consists of books about j Leota Smith, Marjorie, John and all nations A large poster,! Micky Qunin, all of Ludington; showing a globe encircled by I J he honor guest, Mr. Saxton, and books, has been placed in the! tn e host and hostess, Mr. and background of the platform in j Mrs - Joh n Quinn. the children's room. To thei All of the seven sons and de- of the of public instruction- Clapp, also of the de- instruction, who serves W. L. partment of public and Miss Eastman as chairman of the group The committee met at the " University Union on morning. Plans t this time will be to the university T n * school for apnroval In the afternoon, the co'mmit- tee attended the Michigan- en, at the regular meeting of the branch, held at the Gregory homr- it 9_3 East Ludington avenue. The meeting was opened by the president. Mis. \V. E. Rynerson, who presided over a brief routine business meeting. The speaker of the occasion was Joseph Buck, who spoke in- I formally on the topic. "The Unit| ed States Foreign Service," giv- i ing a number of his personal ex- i periences while in the American ; consular service. Mr. Buck told j or the regu'ations ind require' ments of the service and of the j multifarious duties of the con- i i-UlS. i After the members had had i opportunity to ask questions of • Mr. Buck on his talk, the meeting was .idjourned. her gifts. At the close of the evening, a delicious two-course luncheon was served ;it attractively appointed small tables. Miss Benz was assisted in .serving bv her sister. Mrs. Ricklefs. and sister- in-law. Mrs. Albert Benz. Guests who enjoyed the affair were Mesdames Herman Brock- hau^. John Brockhaus. Allen Kucii. Josenh Gadziemsk'i. Marlin finals. Charles Ricklefs. Joseph Munr. Ida Benz and Albert Ben7 •->!! of Ludington; Mrs. Gus- l.fv Heirierrumn and daughter. Miss Amel'a Schaeffer; - Mrs. Frank Ben? and daughter. Miss Caroline. a!i of North Riverton: the hnnorer. Mrs. DeHoff, and the hostess, Miss Benz. front is a large globe around •which has been placed a group of books. On the wall across from the display is another book week poster. A map of the world,; showing location of popular | books, hangs on the 'wall behind the checking desk. The posters were made especially for the display by Miss Agnes G o u g h, kindergarten teacher at Longfellow school. New books placed in the daughters of Mr. Saxton were present upon the occasion. * -x- # . Association Sponsors Second Card Party Thirteen tables of . and three of Chinese checkers , " 1S 7 were played at a delightful card 'luncheon Enjoyable Party Is Held by Group A eroup of friends were en- pertained at the home of Miss Betty Rock at the South Bayou, Hamlm lake, on Monday evening in honor of Mi;,.s Donna Shue, whose birthday Anniversary occurred upon that day. Games and music formed the evening's entertainment. Prizes in the games were won by Miss Lorraine Mack and Miss Fran- pinochle ! ces Hill. Later, a delicious ENTERTAINMENT I. O. O. F. Hall Friday Night 8 P. M. The Better Way to Correct Constipation One way to treat constipation Is to endure it first and cure it afterward. The other way is to avoid Itaving it by getting at its cause. So why not save yourself those dull headachy days, plus the inevitable trips to the medicine chest. If you can do it by a simple common-sense "ounce of prevention"? If your trouble, like that of millions, is due to lack of "bulk" in the diet, "the better way" Is to eat Kellogg's All-Bran. This crunchy, toasted, ready-to-eat cereal has just the "bulk" you need. If you eat it every day-and drink plenty of water-you can not only get regular but keep regular, day after day and month after month! All-Bran Is made by Kellogg's in Battle Creek. Sold by every grocer. PENTWATER THEATRE two-course was served by the il_ J I— 1. F» V- * V* |JA*AJ'\^V* LJLU t-V l4V-AA£,llll.l.l.l.l V^ t* i >_* w« » i(b*u iJ^lVt^VX 'U V (jliC e • countr y about party, sponsored by the Parent- hostess, assisted by her mother ovo ii-»rtliiHa (t I3irrorM-» I ™ . *^ , . J _ A^v.,. Tn 1 i-» _ , tj .*- _ *"«-'i.iiv-i . which they are include "Pigeon House Inn" by Emerson (France), "Sue Barton, Rural Nurse" by Boylston (White Mountains), "It Happened in England" by Woodward (England), "Piccolino" by King (Sicily), "Flicka, Ricka, Dicka and the New Dotted Dresses" by Undman (Sweden), "Barney of the North" by Johnson (Canada) "The Forest Pool" by Armer (Mexico), "Around the World With Bobby and Betty" by Wells, "Land From the Sea" by Potter (Holland), "Chang Chee" by Lee (China), "The Lucky Llama" by Desmond (Peru), "Little Amish , Sthoolhouse" by Seyfert (Pennsylvania). •"Manuel's Birthday" by Bannon (Mexico), "White Camels of f the Singing Sands" by Dodds (Arabia), "Peggy Covers London" by Bugbee (England), "Jan ', and the Wonderful Mouth-Organ" by Alger (Slovakia). "Cy, Clone Goes A-Viking" by Kri's- •.•tofferson (Norway), "The Rug "^at Went to Mecca" by Mirza iJdPersla), "Padre Porko," by rls (Spain), "North to Nome" Manln (Alaska), "Jb-Yo's l" bv Elliott (Java). "Joan Pierre" by Danteur and "Kak, the Copper Teacher association of Lake- |^ rs - Fred Rock. A~ feature of view school at the school build- Ii 3 e luncheon was the serving ing recently. |°i a large pink and white First prize in pinochle was D. ir thday cake. Favors were won 'by Mrs. Grace Leedham, ""Y baskets filled with can- second by Miss Mae Harrington; first for men by Robert Wayt and second by W. A. Gross. In the game of checkers, high prize was won by Miss Mabel Morse, second by Shirley Love, while Miss Helen Freericks and dies. .The honor guest was the recipient of a lovely collective Miss Ruth Rasmussen tied for third place. ^ It was announced that the |abTe""t'o prizes for the children who sold ' the greatest number of tickets for the party were won as follows: First, Shirley Love; second, Roger Rasmussen; and third, Dick Ewing. A total of $13 was cleared 'by the association on this party. Committee in charge of the evening included Mesdames J. A. Sewaid, chairman; Godfrey Those present were Misses Betty Harrington, Doris Shue Lorraine Mack, Alice Sanders Frances Hill, Alice Grant; the honoree. Miss Donna Shue, and the hostess, Miss Rock Miss Marjorie Quinn was un- be present. - * * •* _ Automobile and body manufacturers cut up 13,630,000 yards of upholstery fabric last year for trimming closed cars. 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