The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 15, 1939 · Page 2
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wo THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15,1939. SOCIETY Local Amusements Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton Are Honored at Meeting at Their Home The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton in Summit was the scene on Saturday evening of the meeting of the Summit Community Farm Bureau and of a celebration honoring Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton on the occasion of their 20lh wedding anniversary. The meeting was opened -with] the singing of several favorite j songs and a brief business session was held. John Houk was re-elected to succeed himself as director of the county board and Mrs. Wesley Hawley was elected publicity chairman. The subject of the evening's discussion was "The Co-operative Way." A fitting poem on "Co-operation" was read, following -which the group divided into five sections and discussed the values of co-operation. A number of valuable and interesting points were brought out. An excellent report on the Michigan State Farm bureau convention held last week at Lansing was given by George Towns, who was the delegate from the Summit group. Several other members of the Summit bureau attended the meeting. .The latter part of the program was especially dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and consisted of the singing of "When You And I Were Young, Maggie," by the group, a reading "Life Needs Us AH" by Edgar A. Guest, presented by Mrs. William Bradshaw, and the vocal duet, "I Love A Little Cottage," sung by Mrs. Kenneth Kibbey and Harold Fitch. At the close of the program. Mrs. John Houk presented the couple with a lovely white reading lamp in behalf of the group. A recreational hour, in charge of Emery Kinney Jr.. followed and a co-operative luncheon -was served, at small tables. During the social hour, the yearly scrapbook of the organization was shown. i The next meeting, to be hcldj on Tuesday evening, Dec. 19, will j be preceded by an oyster supper at the Wesley Hawley home.! The annual Christmas party will I be .a feature of this meeting and I the program committee includes I Mrs. Emery Kinney, Sr. and Mrs.' Emery Kinney Jr. Those present at the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. William Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. George Towns. Mr. and Mrs. Roy VanNortwick. Mr. and Mrs. George LYRIC THEATER— Presents "Pride of the Bluegrass" with Edith Fellows. James McCallion and "Gantry"; and "Nurse Edith Cavcll" with Anna Ncaglc. Edna May Oliver, George Sanders, May Robson, Zasu Pitts and H. B. Warner. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKESIIORE INN— Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. Stcrn.s, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Kinney Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Brauer of Rivcrton, Mr. and Mrs. Emerj Kinney Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kibbey. Mr. and Mr.s. John Houk, Mr. and Mrs. Franz Pcl- cr.'jcn, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Houk, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hawley and daughter. Marilyn. Budd Felt and Miss Anna Hamilton. JT f Jf .V. Book Week Sets A Record At Library Three hundred fifty books were taken out on Tuesday, the second day of Book Week, it is reported by Miss Eleanor Hillman, librarian at Ludington public library. "This is the largest number of books issued in a single day since Nov. 28. 1939," Miss Hillman told The News. "On Monday, the opening day of Book Week. 280 books were taken out. and by noon on Tuesday 50 had been issued." A cordial invitation to visit the library is extended by Miss Hillman. "We are very anxious to have everyone in Ludington become familiar with the library and make constant use of its facilities." she said. ' Teachers and their pupils are especially invited to visit the library, particularly during Book Week, which will continue through Saturday. Many ieach- ers have availed themselves of the opportunity to bring their pupils to the library, and Mi.ss Christmas Party Is Planned at Regular Meeting at Wright Home I The Past Noble Grands club of I Ludington Rebckah lodge was i entertained on Monday evening at the home of Mr.s. Joy Wright, I 109 South Robert street. Mrs. Harry Stalter acted as co-hostess •it this meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Earl Parker and a report on the rhi ID'S card party held recently at her home wa.s given by Airs. Wi'- i.-am Anderson. The next card party, it was announced, will be | held'on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at the | home of Mrs. Fred C. Schroeder, 1708 North Harrison street, with | Mis. Fritz Klein and Mrs. Wil- ilinm Hall as; co-hostesses. Plans were made at this time for a Christmas party to be held c'uring the next club "meeting, on Dec. 11 at the home of Mr.s. Earl Parker. A pollack supper will be erved and 10-ccnt gifLs will be exchanged. After the business meeting, the evening was spent in playing pinochle. First prize was won by Mrs. Vv'illhvrji Anderson, second by Mrs. Alice Rockwell and spe- jeiu! prb.e by Mr.s. S. Bryan. I The mystery package for the evening was awarded to Miss Lillian Kupper. Stag Dinner Honors George L. Slaggert George L. Sluggeri, 313 North James street, was host on Tues- I day evening at ;i stag dinner I party, given on the occasion of I nus birthday annivcrsar> by Mrs. I Slaggert. A Delicious dinner was served cuiri the evening was spent in playing cards. i GucsLs or tnc occasion were Dr. | H B. Hot'l'man, 11. P. Furstenau, i Frank K. A.shbaelcer, A. R. Vest! inm, Stednian Holm, O. A. Starke, | Wilbur Davis, Tom Atkinson, I John Strain, Frederic Read and | the honor guest, Mr. S.aggert. Hilhnan hopc.s that others in Mason counTy will come. She sii'igesls that the teachers notify | iicr in advance ,-:o that there \vii; i be no mix-up in the library .schedule. On the^-p visits to the library. j Mi.ss Hillman tells the pupils trie proper conduct for in the library. I She explains thoroughly how In use the library—how to iind their own , h oo!::s and reference material. I "The library is for the use of the public." she said. "There is i no charge fcr its facilities, and ! members of (he staff are always ; anxious to d i their best that the I patrons may be served efficiently i and courteously.'' I The Si line fjord in Norway is i more than 100 miles long, and its ; cliffs are -1,000 feet above the i w.Uer. Miss D. Runquist Is Club Hostess The members of "The Pcpper- ettes" club were entertained on Monday evening at the home of Miss Dorothy Runquist, 507 North Lewis ...;jTet. The evening was spent socially and in sewing. Later, .a delicious luncheon was served by Miss Runquist. who was presented with a hostess :'.;ifc Irom her friends. Members present were Mrs. Louis Sn.nv. Misses Alice Thompson. Hc'en Peterson, Catherine .'lansen. Margaret Gilbert, Doris ilmstead. Helen Wagner-and the instcss. Miss .Runquist. Methodist League Will Hold Service The Epworth League of Beth- uiy Methodist church will hold its' regular weekly devotional <ervice on Thursday evening at 7 : "clock in the church parlors, it ha.s been announced. All members of the league and their friends are urged to be present. There will be a special service of music and B. S. Bailey is guest speaker for the occasion. Since choir rehearsal immediately follows the service, all members of the choir .are cordially invited to attend the service." The regular meeting of the Ludington district of Michigan State Nurses' association was held on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Arnold Sundholm, 108 South Gaylord avenue, with Mrs. Charles Peterson and Miss Beatrice Manie as co-hostesses. In the absence of the president. Mrs. E. Knudsen, the brief business meeting was presided over by the vice president, Mrs. Leslie Modeweg. An article on the hospital insurance plan, endorsed by the State Nurses' association and also by the State Medical society, wa.s read. The nurses of the local district were glad to note that the Ludington and Hart hospitals were included in the list of institutions eligible for this insurance. . * An interesting review of the book. "Escape," by Ethel Vance, was given by the guest speaker, Mrs. Joseph Buck. At the close of the evening, a delicious tray luncheon was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held on Monday evening, Dec. 11, and will be the annual meeting for the election of officers. __—* * # Birthday Party Is Surprise Affair Mrs. Claud Bradshaw, 925 1 / 2 South Washington avenue, was pleasantly surprised recently when a group of former neighbors gathered at her home in celebration of her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent socially and in playing games. Later, a delicious luncheon was served. The feature of the luncheon was the serving of a birthday cake, baked for the occasion by the daughter of the honoree, Mrs. Joseph Clark. A collective gift was present- ed to the honor guest. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Peterson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Kirkjbride, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hesglund and daughter, Lucille- Mr. and Mrs. John Butz; the honored guest, Mrs. Bradshaw; Mr. Bradshaw and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark. *. Mrs. Daisy Reek Is Dinner Hostess A November birthday dinner party was given on Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Daisy Reek, at her home at 109 South Washington avenue. Those whose birthday anniversaries were honored at this time were Mrs. William Reek, Mrs. Harold Gibbs and Jay Lyons. Those present, other • than I those already mentioned, were Mr. and M--i. John Reek, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reek and Mrs. Maybelle Smith and Miss Ethelyn Reek, all of Fountain; -Harold Gibbs and David Gibbs of Ludington and Miss Laura Lyon of Hart. grandson, Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Keift, Mrs. Thomas Kcift and children, an or Grand Haven; Mrs Nellie Noor and Mrs. Kate VanDoorn of Muskegon; Mr, and Mrs. Russell Collins and son of Muskegon, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Collins of Hamlin, Miss Sylvia Collins of Ludington and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. A. Collins. The ram's horri shofar, used in Jewish religious rites 6,000 years ago, is still used today, unchanged in like ceremonies. All fresh-water eels found in America and Europe go to the ocean to spawn, no matter how far away from salt water may be". CAUGHT COLD? Get direct relief from discomforts... rub throat, chest, back with clinic-tested -* # #. Relatives Are Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. A. Collins of South Hamlin lake entertained recently at a Thanksgiving dinner, given at their home for a group of relatives. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Keift and daughters, Margaret and Evelyn, and *— i * i * * i * *—*—*—* — •*—* -#—#—# RUMMAGE SALE * AT * Community Church * House Under Auspices * of the ' Four Square Circle I 1 * Saturday, Nov. 18, * at 8:30 a. m. * I -#—#—#—# - *—#—*—#---x I I * I •Choose Your Holiday Ensemble from the Elite Shoppe LOVELY DRESSES FASHIONABLE ft COATS $16.50 „„ CHIC HATS • HOSIERY •LINGERIE •SUITS >J • SWEATERS • BLOUSES • SKIRTS * The Elite Shoppe Hall Building 202 S. James St. >, 3 \ i > * j ! !* • i RUMMACE SALE Sponsored by St. Simon's PT-A In Koehrig Building, 123 S. James St. Saturday Morning, At 9:30 O'clock. * I * I * COME DOWN AND DANCE! FILER'S Melody Makers SATURDAY NIGHT Everyone Invited! Open for Dancing Every Nifeht. No Cover Charge. Ossawald Crumb Taproom <~s Mild vs/er/ie/d The great combination of BETTE DAVIS andERROL FLYNN, shown above in costume and informally, fives millions a lot of pleasure in . current release, ePrivateLives of Elizabeth & Essex" Tkt treat combination of tobaccos in drives millions realsmok- because they're cooler, tetif'tastiw and definitely milder. nextpack iMMtr ft Mmi TOMOOO Co* ^Sbra W&dtft ** tAe, SAVINGS CLUB When Christmas comes next year, you'll be able to give- as generously as you want. . .you won't have to overlook anyone or worry about money dialing the season of joy. You'll have all the money you need, by joining the National Bank's Christmas Savings Club and saving a set amount each week. Come in today and Join. 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NOTICE! 1939 CHRISTMAS CHECKS WILL BE SENT OUT WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6th DON'T FORGET TO JOIN THE 1939-1940 CHRISTMAS CLUB! National Bank of Ludington Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation.

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