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i wo THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1939. SOCIETY Helen VizGaudis Is Bride of F. Szymoniak Charming in its simplicity was the cerrmony performed on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock Jn St. Simon's church, which united in marriage Miss Helen ji Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— McMurray, and Allan VizGaudis, daughter of Ben Viz- Gaudis of Ludmgton, Route 2, and Frank Szymoniak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Szymoniak of j presents Fred Grand Rupids. Madeleine Carroll The vows were read by Rev. Sukorski of Manistee, before an altar banked with fall flowers. The bridal party entered the church to the music of the traditional "Wedding March" from "Lohengrin." The bride was charming in a street-length frock of plum velveteen, fashionec with a shirred bodice and puffed sleeves. Her.HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN hat was an off-the-face halo of I matching velveteen and her I Dancing. plum satin slippers completed, — the costume. Her corsage was of |TODD-L-INN— •small mixed flowers in pastel Miss G. Koudelka Is Shower Honoree AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY Mrs. E. A. Miller, 301 East Filer street, entertained at her BAPTIST WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST — Observance will 'be . made at Washington Avenue Mucsscn Stcrbcn" and the postlude "Ton-y-Botel" from an old Welsh melody. commodatc those persons who do not find it possible to attend the morning worship. Several wish to attend both morning and evening services. SCIENTISTS will Rev. Knight Dunkerley preach at this time on the topic, .. . _. . llC.llK J. liCC. pastor of Flint, will arrive Monday evening, Nov. 20, to assist in the be services, provided Special music is Ruegsegger talent. and by Rev. L. A. other local sister. Miss Gertrude Koudelka,) whose marriage to C. Wagner j Cool will Je an event of Dec. 2.j Chrysanthemums were u:ed in j decorating Uic home. | Bridge and Chinese checkers; were played during thc eve-! ning. High prize in bridge won by Mrs. Clay F. Olm. 3r. and second prize to Mrs. Clay F. Olmstcad Jr., while thc prize for Chin, .so checkers ' was won by Mr.s. Emil R. Ekstrom. \ Miss Koudelka, who was pre-1 sented with a guest prize by Mrs. Sunday before and i: ^•Snnl^iv 11 ! BETHANY LUTERAN-At the i h,V fhZldivinc service on Sunday morn- in" at 10:30 o'clock in Bethany Rcv. John' :ach on the the Helper of the rayer E. I litherun church. Christensen topic "JciU evening Omark will continue the series and offertory, played by Mrs. Carl Sellncr. Thc choir will sing an them. sermons on John 3:16 with ' T j Sunday school classes will "-' consideration being giv-! ,. nt n.™ - ,« .-.hvncn "Thnf Whn_ I "ICLL <l U J 1U Thanksgiving collection following this service furnace. for , the new FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, ZION EVANGELICAL SCIENTIST—"Soul and Body"! (West Riverton) j will be the subject of the Lesson-1 (Rcv. L. A. Rucgsegrger, pastor) Sermon in all Christian Science! Sunday 'school—10 a. m, churches throughout the 'world on Sunday, Nov. 19, 1939. The Golden Text 11 Cor. 6:19) is: "What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye Edison Brown, superintendent. Worship service—11:15 a. m. G RACE, E VANG ELICAL (Summit) (Rcv. L. A. Ruegsegger and Rcv. Oliver Drake, co-pastors) Morning worship—10 a. m. . Union Sunday school—11 a. m. this passage (Matt. :25): "There- League devotional service- are not your own?" Among the Bible citations is fore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye 7:30 p. m. Communion service—8 p. m. Jones nr-Honeymoonn Ball » Miller, was the .recipient of _ | lovely collective gift of ciystal. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM I „ Those present were Mesdamcs the phrase, soever." A cordial invitation Who- is Christ.ensen will address the pupils on the topic "A Changed T Life." Miss Helen Zeber will be tended to the public to attend in cnargc 'of this service. Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. C. F. Olmstead Sr.. C. F. Olmstead. Jr.. Melard Conklin, Ivar Gustafson, A. E. Rasmussen, John Masten, Ben F. Gregory. these services. COMMUNITY I ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN— 'English service'will be held at hn n, -no«f Mi honoi guest Mi, thc hostess. Mi.s. Mihci. "" ' ' shades. Grapewinc Frock Miss Mary VizGaudis, who was her sister's only attendant, wore a frock .similar to that of the bride, in grapewine shade with matching accessories. Her corsage was of yellow roses. Mr. Szymoniak was attended by his brother, John Szymoniak, as groomsman. Both men wore dark business suits with single white rosebuds a boutonnieres. The mother of the groom, Mrs. Szymoniak of Grand Rapids, ..,.,, Will IS I II shall eat, or what ye shall drink; ! Rev. D. C. Ostroth, district sup- nor yet for your body, what ye | perintendent of Bay City, will be shall put on. Is not the life more : the speaker and administer than meat, and the body than raiment?" the Communion service. Announcement will be made] Sunday in regard to the cottage TRINITY LUTHERAN (Victory) English services—11 a. m. BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (North Riverton) (Rcv. William Opitz, pastor) Sunday school—10 a. m. German service—2:30 p. m. Ouster Herman Frank and son, Hugh, arrived Monday evening, Nov. 13, from their home in Columbia City, Ind., to spend the hunting season in this vicinity. They are living at the McKenzie home in Custer. Correlative passages to be, read from the Christian Science prayer meetings, textbook, "Science and Health Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS Roller skating. 71- -X- Children Will Hear Interesting Stories •innn WM or PII Knn K iirp""irv THE COMMUNITY — "The St. John's Lutheran church on T? H WilrtP s' PMoir's -Prink I Pageantry of Gratitude" will be Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Aciih^L-nr WHI T?(--t-n,,, ti^ i the topic of the sermon to be There will also bc a German AMioacKet. tmii j.kouom, UK.1 prcachcd by Rev Paul H c]ark service at 9:3p a. m. Rev. Wil- a at the 10:45 o'clock morning liam Opitz will preach on the worship service in The Com- topic "Faith in the Lord's iinunity church this Sunday. .Help." i The service will include the . The Sunday school will meet 'presentation of gifts and for its regular session at 10 a. I pledges for the continuing m. 'ministry of the church during i The church extends a cordial the year 1940. iwel-'-mie to all to att-^ri these Music accompanying- this , services, .service will include the anthem > ..t-^77^7Ti«— J"0 Render Thanks to God! MtTHODlST Thc four copies in Ludinpton Above" by Pike and t'^e organ i n»Tit,tw n,fi;^ritr»mc'r At public library: of "Gone with < selections "In Remembrance" ., '1045, £ c} ™£ m0 rnlnir ^r the Wind." Margaret Mitchell's !by Von Blon, -Chorus of Hap-' " } }f./" ( ;^° c „ mmnin!r oopular novel of Civil war,py Spirits" by Gluck and i ^v;|, M-,,,,.;^ Yv,; days, will be taken from the ;"F'ostlude" by Johnson, played rental section Friday, it was I by Mrs. Myrtle Hollinger. with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following (p. 228): "If we follow the command of our Master, 'Take no thought for your life.' wo shall depend on bodily conditions, structure, or economy, but we shall be masters of the body, dictate its terms, and form and control it with Trutth." BAPTIST (Victory) (Rcv. R. E. Omark, pastor) Sunday school—2:30 p. m. Gospel service—Tuesday 8 p. m. at I ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (Pclton's Corners) j (Rcv. Lymon E. Jones, pastor) Vantinn ObuliUH I Rural Church Announcements announced today by Miss Elea- The church school will convene at 9:30 a. m. most; 10:45 a. m. the church nursery nor Hillman. librarian. "This has been the popular book the librarv has I will meet. . ., Miss Doris Shoffner, story lever had," Miss Hillman told! There will be a meeting of chose a black ensemble with .hour lady at Ludington public'The News. "We obtained the the Young People's society at i TRINITY LUTHERAN (Victory) (Rcv. John Christcnscn 2 p. m. . - , - j c accessories. Her flowers I library, will tell the stories of ;'first copy in Ludington as soon ! 6 .p. m. with Miss Gwendolyn i will be held in pastel shades. < j'Tinocchio" and "Joan and j as It was published in 1936jGwinn leading the worshio and I at this time .mediately after the cere-j Pierre" at the children's hour i and have since added three Miss Marjorie Baltzer conduct-i topic will 1 black accessories, •were Imm _ ... _ t _ mony, a wedding breakfast was'at the library at 2:30 Saturday 1 others to satisfy the demand i ing the discussion? 'served to 25 guests at the home of'afternoon. jof our readers. At one time the bride's father in Pere Mar- j "Pinocchio" is one of the ( there were over 100 persons quette township. The table was | classics for children, and Miss , on the waiting list for this beautifully appointed with a Shoffner will use Walt Disney's , book." large wedding cake and with fall recently published version,; 'As a feature of National tonic of flowers. i showing many of the illustra- iBook week. \v:iich is being ob- ' The breakfast, and later a din-; tions which are reproductions i served this week by the ner, were served by Mrs. Ann I of scenes in the movie, to be'Miss Hillman will transi Peterson and Mrs. Hilda Cas- i released within the near fu- j Friday a large group of tonia. iture. jfrom the rental to" the non- dist church this Erling Edwardsen will preach on the topic, "The Triumph of! Love." The choir will sing two i anthems at this service and! Danish service organ music will be played by Mr.s. Eskel Olson. The regular evening service at 7:30 o'clock and Rev. Edwardsen's be "Faithfulness." | Special music sung by the Beth| any male chorus will Milwaukee Trip "Joan and Pierre," written 'paying department. Later in the day, Mr. and Mrs. <and illustrated by May Mulvany \ This group includes: Two '•• P- m ' wil1 be " what Is Coming? '- • -.-• - - Glory.' This sermon will be the EVANGELICAL Ipany this service. EVANGELICAL FREE — "A • Tilp Sunday school will meet | Stormy Voyage" will be the i at 0; 3° a - rn- under the superin- '< Rev. Carl G. Nichol-! tendency of Jacob Lunde. | sons sermon at the morning; Due to the redecorating of,_. worship service in Evangelical i the church auditorium, all ser-' : free church this Sunday. ' | vices will be held in the church' Rev. Nicholson's topic at the ! parlors. j Gospel Evangel service at 7:30 j ST. PAUL EVANGELICAL (Center Riverton) (Rcv. L. A. RiieffseRger, pastor) Morning worship—10 a. m. Sunday school—11 a. m. Elmer Harley, superintendent. The Revival services, which Monday, Nov. 13, under rection of the pastor, will until Sunday, Dec. 3. Rev. H. W. Link, Evangelical Funday, Nov. 19: Sunday school—9:30 a. m. English services—9:45 a. m. Thanksgiving day. Nov. 23: English Thanksgiving services 9:45 a. m. There will be a special HAVE YOU TRIED HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk? It's Easier to Digest. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver Talk about VERSATILITY . . . H f •ERE'S a shirt that goes with every suit you own . . . that is correct for sports, business or social events . . . that may be had in plain or button- down collar. It's America's favorite oxf9rd shirt: ARROW Gordon. Only $2. THE TOGGERY K. L. Ashbackcr & Sons last of a series of sermons on Szymoiiiak left on a brief wed- jDauteur, is the story of a little icopies of "Sailor on Horse- ding trip to Milwaukee. As a i American girl, and the ad- : back" by Irving; Stone, "The traveling ensemble, Mrs. Szy- ventures she enjoyed while \ Best plays of 1937-38" by Burns : lne general topic. moniak chose an afternoon frock',spending a summer in France ,Mantle, "Designing Women" by ; Coming?" of black wool, fashioned in;with her cousin. "Joan and IMargaretta Byers. "The Hand- I HvST METHODIST—Another i •ni the series of sermons on the) gcr.'-rnl .subject, "The Teachings The Sunday school will of Je ais" will be delivered by Rev. C. E. Pollock on Sunday morning j at the regular 11 o'clock public con- i W or.ship service. Tne anthems sung by the choir Thousands \ Prefer GRACE EPISCOPAL— Morning ayer and a .sermon service will held at 11 a. m. in Jrace Epis- L>iui "A Son:; ol Thanksgiving" by Parks. The organ selections, rjlaycd by Mr.s. Dan V. Dcwcy, will include "Prayer and Cradle Lacy, bustle-back style and with ai pierre ." is one of the many new jsome Road" by Gwen Bristow, venc al 9 ; 30 a. m. and at 6:45 p. short matching jacket. Her ac- i Juvenile books put in the li- I "Hotel Hostess" by Faith Bald- m- there will be a Young Peo-j-n t'->i- servi-n will be "Mv Medi j cessories were black. They will brary especially for Book Week. iwin. "Free Land" by Rose pic's meeting, under thc direc-I,,,, ,,',„' shilfho Sweet" hv Rood ' toi at home to their friends at 136 i Mi «s Shoffner, a member of I Wilder Lane, "The Horse and lion of Roy Swan.son. ' ow.ci oy ru-cu Summer avenue, Grand Rapids. the Ludington WPA recreation-i Buggy Doctor" by Arthur Mrs. Szymoniak, who attended > al department, recently receiv- jHertzler, "With Malice Toward schddls in Ludington, .has been p* a m 'S n praise for her ability i Some" by Mayaret Halsey, eniployed at the Morton hotel in as a dramatic reader from Mrs. I "Listen the Wind" by Anne Grand Rapids. Mr. Szymoniak is Hazel Fritz, head of a recrea- ;Lindbergh, "Heartbroken Melo-' employed at the Demar company jtional school held at Boyne idy" by Kathleen Norris. "Listen upiuyea ai i/ne ojemai company •"«*"" ^^nwi nciu au xjuj-^u iu.v uj, xvai/inccii INUIHS. j_,i.sten , , , ,, • ' , ' i-,,. TO.,,-.. Out-of-town guests were Rev City, the only such school con- Little Girl" by Munro T^ af /copal church. Music .ipyropriate ;k^ Tom, . " . . _ I _ to***''" u o TVV-AC AVtv. } j,. _A _ j -, xi,_ TT^ ii_j r-ii_!_^_ ..mi_ - ,-• _ _ t , , , .. . * M i \ T H n n -I : in n n 1 u O • 1 v: /-i tT n f ( l-\ n 1 1 \f ._ 1 11C SH ._ H , pti..,, i.s and Festival Postlude BREAD for: •F LAVC^R •FRESHNESS ^TOASTING QUALITIES BEST —by Laboratory Test! Sukorski of Manistee, Mr!" and j d " cte d in the United States. Mrs. Albert Szymoniak, Misses Christine and Chester Wysmaik, I all of Grand Rapids. ; .* * *Manistee Club to Holds Meeting "The General's Lady" by Es- .ther Forbes, "Old Haven" by 'David Cornel DeJong, "And i Tell of Time" by Laura Krey. {"Fashion Is Spinach" by Eliziabeth Hawes, "Colin Lowrie" jby Norah Lores, "Millbrook" by !he national .season of thank,,- v:iM be sung and also thc The members of the Drama: Delia Lutes, "Crusoe's Island" ^'ba-stian Bach's "All Mcn.schen department of the Woman's !b y Heath and Jefferson Bow- Literary cmo were entertained man, "Hashknife of Stormy The Sunday evening .service at 7:20 o'clock will be informal and traditional can tick's of Matins, ' "-"ill be 'neld in Hudson parlors. "Venite.""BencdiciuscsDomine" (These services are held to ac- and "Jubilate Deo." set to Angii- I can chants. The prelude will be r^TT^Yi a special arrangement of John ~" """" , ta . 57c !> the home of Mrs. the Tuesday Musical club of Manistee will present Maurice ; Kessler, professor of violin and ' conductor of the orchestra of nmp „ Oberlin college at Oberlin, O., in Decorated with a lecture recital of ancient in- ! aecor ' atecl WItn W. C. Tuttle and Thc offering this year will Mrs. P. C. Hanas co-hostess at this beautifully -x- struments. The program, •been which has was bouquets of j chrysanthemums. The meeting was opened by Ithe chairman, Mrs. Maurice Gathering Planned by Local Church The semi-annual ingathering ing plant which wa.s installed in the church this fall. The opening of the service will consist of a musical program and later, a social hour will be spent in thc church 1 parlors, where light refresh- building jments will be served. been announced by Mrs. Don !Ta i] e fson who tnVnori tho ' «,"• • ln B athc «»B scrvic ? °t \ All who are interested arc Greenaway. vice president of 1™'^°"- iww . n ° ™" lcdT?nhtphr 'f ! VVashmgton Avenue Baptist cordially invited to attend this the club, 1* an opportunity for i^ qe . er V Pnrg -Sman M f ih^Wn fc | c |?. urch Wl11 be neld at 8 °' <;lcck i.scrvice. tmiRif invors tn hooi- fv, 0 on o,-, jrairicr, chairman 01 the-pro- t,h s pvpninir nnH uriii ho in QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUETO EXCESS ACID Free Bo jkTells of HomeTreatmentthat Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Overono million bottles of the "WILLARD TREATMENT have been sold for relief of symptoms of ill.-.trcss arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers due to Exceu Acid— Poor Digestion. Sour or Upset Stomach, Gasslnest, Heartburn. Sleeplessness, etc., due to Excess Acid. Sold on IS days'trial 1 Ask for "Wlllard's Message" which fully > + opportunity for ;" 1UCL : J11 B uvui 1,0 ivirs. itooert jchurcl music lovers to hear these > an- \ ?r", ricr ' cnairman of the-pro-|this evening and will bc in cient instruments. if] ^ • . ^ ^ »„ i charge of the vice-chairman of Mr. Kessler, who will appear T Mis. Farrier introduced Mrs. j the church, Carl Odcan. at the First Congregational ! J ?l ln Keene speaker for the 1 church, Fourth andI Oak i afternoon, who entertained her streets, Manistee will be ac- audie » t:e with a review of the current play "No Time for Comedy" by Behrman. i Luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon by the hostesses. explains this treatment— free —at I.KUIS i>Ki;r; STORE ton. Tnc main feature of this (service will be the takinp of a ' free-will offering to be placed ;o " -# * *Students to Present Operetta Tonight The students of the Seventh and Eighth grades of Foster school, under the direction of Miss Catherine Utz, will present "Tom Sawyer," an operetta in three acts, at 8 o'clock this evening' in Oriole hall. An evening of pleasure is promised all who wish to attend. The public is invited to The Philippines contains about i as much land a,s the New Eng- I land states, but have twice as much coastline as United States. the entire 49c FROSTY FRUIT ICE CREAM CAKE 12 Cup Cakes FREE AT LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY appraise the talent local children. of these WEEK-END CIDER SPECIAL! •ANN'S FASHIONS OUR STORE IS FILLED TW//I A/tTV Seasonal Merchair disc in Ladies,' Ready-lo-Wear Beautiful SWEATERS Smart SKIRTS Lovely BLOUSES GALLON CIDER and 1 LB. POUR STAR VANILLA COOKIES BOTH FOR ORDERS R FANCY THANKSGIVING JMHJLTRY. STORE $1 -•x- * -x$1.95 -* * *- up up up -# * * Sheer LINGERIES— In a complete new which to choose. stock from * * *— QUAKER HOSIERY, New QQf* shades ... O tFV/ to $1.35 ANOTHER SALE ALL BROWN-BILT WOMEN'S AND GROWING GIRLS' FOOTWEAR ON SALE AT HALF PRICE $(5 Air-Steps Now ..$3 * * * • ASK ABOUT OUR QUAKER HOSIERY CLUB PLAN USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAY-AW AY PiLAN NOW While Stocks Are Complete. ANN'S FASHIONS 408 SOUTH JAMES STREET $4 Personality Styles, Now __. $2 $5 Odettes Now $2.50 $3.50 Harmony (PI Styles, Now __ $1. You'll find a good selection in BLACK, BROWN, BLUE and WINE colors. Plenty of sizes from 4'/z to 9, AAA to B. In addition to the above we're also offering One lot of CHILD'S TWINKIES WHITE SHOES and SLIPPERS Values $1 to $1.15, NOW 69c One lot of WOMEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS in various types aind colors. Si/es 4 to 8. Values $1 to $1.50. NOW 69c Every Transaction Will Be Cash. No Charges. Forslind & Gavan "The Basement Store" Entrance Next to Newberry's, South James St. 3 2 2 3 pkgs. At/C LARD, home rendered, MINCEMEAT, . OLEO, Blue Ribbon, . CRISCO or SPRY, . . DIAMOND WALNUTS, WIIEATIES, pkg. RICE, fancy Blue Rose Ib. RICE KRISPIES, ALL BRAN, 4 A A pltg. JLt/^x CAMPBELL'S TOMATO yl 97r» SOUP . . Tl cans & • ^ n, 20c lOc 5c GKIWKK'S BABY FOOD, Complete assortment, DRY CEREAL, pkg. 19c \ 1 never saw so much 15c for 1"C 43c Fur for \ 98" THAT'S WHAT YOU'LL SAY ABOUT EVERY ONE OF THESE COATS . . . Fur fronts 1 Fur bandings! Fur collars 1 Furred muffs! Luxurious looking coats trimmed with pieced Persian, Mink-dyed Marmot, Seal-dyed Coney, fine Squirrel, and French Beaver (dyed Coney). Choose yours in black, wine, blue, or green! Sizes range from 12 to 52. USI WARDS TIME PAYMENT PLANI IVORY SOAP, Large O bars •' for KIEFFER PEARS, large A cans ^ FEI^S NAPTHA SOAP, | A JL V bars BROWN BEAUTY •• C^» < COFFEE Ib. JLUl/ '. 3 , bs 39ci CRANBERRIES, ".' 2,,,25cj KRAFT CHEESE, Ib. brick CIGARETTES, 4 popular brands carton SALAD DRESSING qt. jar TEA SIFTING S, ... 2 pound pkgs. JEiLLO, all flavors, .. pkgr. RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO GET IN YOUR THANKSGIVING POULTRY ORDER. Lund's Grocery Phone 111 310 S. Washington Avc. 23c 25c 103-109 E. Ludington Ave. Phone 158 * i VVWUVWAVV.VWWW.-.VV

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