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ADRIAN DAILY^TELEGRAM, , MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1942 NINETEEN This Section Will FIND You A Good JOB When You Don f t Seem Able To Find One Adrian Daily Telegram Want Ad Rates One time 3c per word Three time* Gc per word Six times EC per word 15 words, one time 45 cents 15 words, three times 90 cents IS words, six times * ,51.20 For consecutive insertions. 1U% discount It paid wlUUn 5 days. These rates apply to agate {small type' only. Minimum 15 words. The above rates apply to all classification* except births, deaths, meeting notice, cards of thanks, and obituaries. The Telegram reserves the right, to edit and classify ads under appropriate headings. Large type uid while space: two-line type ,B the maximum size permitted. For this service .the cost Is 25 cents a line and lour words to a line. Less than a line at line rates. White space may be added above or below advertisements, but will be charged at the same rate as composition. Yoar ad will be accepted by mall, phone or In person and inserted same day provided It reaches this office before 11 o'clock a. m. If sent by long distance phone the advertiser must pay long distance rharges. If replies to advertisements have to be mailed out ot the city, send 10 cents for postage. If box number Is desired,' count five words. Do not ask for names of patrons having box numbers. This information Is strictly private and the only way you can contact the person or persons Is by letter addressed to box number. Notice of typographical errors, corrections or cancellations must be given before 11 o'clock a. m. day of publication Otherwise claims cannot be allowed in case of dispute. Obituaries free within one week of death after that SI. Cards of Thanks (not exceeding 50 words) 50 rents. Poetry 15 cents per count line extra. Resolutions 16 cents per count line. Want Ad. Replies At 11 o'clock today there were replies at the Adrian Telegram office in the following boxes: 588, 607, 609, 613, 614, 625, 630, 634, 635, 646, 647, 653. For the convenience of box-number advertisers the- above notice will appear dally. Want Ad Classifications ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. County Locals £. Card* of Thank* 3. Obituaries £ In Mcmorlam 4. Florists &. Funeral Directors 6. Hunter's Notices 7. Lost ft Found 8. Personal 9. Resolutions 10. Special Notice AUTOMOTIVE 11. Accessories 13. Cars for Sale 13. Insurance 14. RepolrlnE. Storage 15. Trailers & Miscellaneous 16. Service stations BUSINESS SERVICE 17. Beauty Shops 18. Business Services 19. Heating & Plumbing SO. Launderers & Cleaners 21. Miscellaneous 2*. Mmlnc & Stance 23. Muslo Lessons 24. Professional EMPLOYMENT 25. Female Help Wanted 2fi. MaJe Help Wanted 27. Male & Female Help 28. Salesmen & Agents 29. Help Wanted—Instruction SO. Situation Wanted FINANCIAL; BUSINESS 31. Business Opportunities 32. Investment* 33. Insurance 34. Wanted to Buy 35. Money to Loan 36. Wanted to Borrow LIVESTOCK 37. Livestock for Sale 38. Pets 39. Poultry 40. Wanted Livestock MERCHANDISE 41. Boats Si Accessories 42. Bulldlnr Supplies 43. Foods 44. Fruit & Produce 45. Household Goods 46. Machinery fi Tools 47. Miscellaneous 48. Musical Instrument* 49. Office Equipment EO. Specials at the gtorej 51. Wearing Apparel 52. Wanted to Buy RENTALS 63. Apartments * Rooms M. Board * Room 55. CottauM 56. Farm* 57. Houses 58. Miscellaneous 59. Wanted to Rent SEAL ESTATE 60. Business Property CL City Residential 02. Exchange 63. Farms 64. Suburban 65. Retorts end Cottattl 66. Wanted Real Estate LEGAL NOTICES ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. County Locals 26. Male Help "Wanted ADRIAN: Hill Top dance Saturday night, Mar. 21st Bowling's.Orchestra. Green calls. 65-67 T> ELI ABLE single .man for farm work. •*•• Lyle'Whelan, Hi miles north, V4 mile east Tipton. . . 64-66F A DRIAN: Dance Sat. night at Woodman Ball, Mar. ZL Music by Miller's Merry Makers. Door and floor rights reserved. Admission 25C. 65-6B* A DRIAN: Dead or allva farm animals wanted. Highest prices paid. For prompt service (including Sundays) .call 4S4, Adrian. Reverse charges. Adrian Tankage Co., Adrian, Mien.. R. 2. T>LISSFIELD: Its "V" people see. Neck-IJ wear by Superba-Nylons, Az-Tex; Coronado, Mystery and Sugar and Spice 50c and 97c. Lippens Clothing. 66-63 B LISSFIELD: Cash market for your poultry, eggs, cream. Use Kascp feeds for best results. We pick up poultry, Meyers and Reynolds, BUssfleld. Ph. 91. 64-69 EMPLOYMENT S INGLE man by the month tor farm work. Percy Nortley. Tipton, Mich. 65-67* W ANT single man by month on farm. Edgar Randall, 4 miles northeast of Clinion. 64-66 W ANTED: Single man for general farm wot*. Ernest J. Hazard, Mich. Holloway. 83-68 W ANTED: Experienced married man for general farm work and dairying by the rear. John E. Fauble, Delta, Ohio. W ANTED: Single man, farm work, no hand milking. 515 week. References. Write Box 630 '.', Telegram. References. 61-66' T7TAIRFIELD: ITsh supper Friday, Mar. " 20th. Falrfield Masonic Hall. 50c. Serving from 6 o'clock on. Public Invited. 64-66 28. Salesmen & Agents 'TTECU: , •*- not (MSEH: You've tried the rest, why : try (what we think Is) the best? Hayden's "1900" Flour Is milled Just as good as our 107 Years of Experience can make It Exchange a load of wheat today at the Hayden Flour Mills, Inc. 63-68 TJEPRESENTATIVE wanted by old line Eastern, Mutual life insurance company. Fine opportunity. Many policy holders In Adrian territory. Please, outline qualifications. Write Box 651 Dally Telegram. - , < 64- T IPTON: Orchestra conceit Friday, Mar. 20 In Community Church. Prof. Jas. Spencer, director, Mrs. Dorothy Keeney. soloist Free will offering., 62-67 30. Situation Wanted 3. Obituaries & In Memorlara John B. Coryell. The Rev. John B. Coryell, son of George and Catherine Coryell, was WiUiamston, Mich., Jan. 1, born 1870, and passed away March 13, 1942, in Detroit, aged 72 years, two months and 13 days. Mr. Coryell had been in failing health for the last year and death was due to a stroke of apoplexy which he suffered on March 10. The early years of his life were spent in the vicinity of Willlamston. In 1892 he came to Lenawee county and February 5, 1900, was married to Dora A. Warner of Tipton: For a number of years he was engaged In contracting and building. In 1920 he was ordained a Baptist minister at the Memorial Baptist church in Pontiac and served this church as .assistant pastor for two years. He also was pastor of the Sand Creek Baptist church for five years. In January 1937 he accepted the position as director of boys' work at the Hebrew Christian Mission in Detroit. Under his supervision this department showed remarkable development and was acclaimed as outstanding by a number of Jebrew Mission leaders of the country. Besides the widow he Is surwled by one daughter Ruth, wife of the Rev. Ralph L. leed, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Wayne, three grandchildren Burton, David and Naomi Reed, one sister Mrs. Carrie Hawkins of Holt and four brothers Clarence of Bakersfield. Calif., Harry of Lansing, Claude of Pontiac and Frank of Okemos. •pXPERIENCED typist, dictaphone op •*-' erator and general office clerk wishes position. Write Box 633 % Telegram. 62-67 TjlARMER, fifty, quitting heavy work ^- because of injury, wants assistant superintendence school. High scholarship, life certificate, had six years teach ing, five with special discipline situation. Army commissioned experience, Granger. Believes In co-operation with students, discipline and unflagging high standards. A-l references. Write Box 639 54 Telegram. 62-67 r W ASHINGS and ironings wanted at my home. 'Inquire 1365 W. Maumce St 65-70 FINANCIAL; BUSINESS 31. Business Opportunities TJARGAIN MOO: Restaurant and gas sta- - 1 -* tion. Rent $35. Living quarters. Wayside Coffee Shop, Palmyra, Mich. Adriar ?hone 7169-F4. B EAUTY Shop, excellent business, near resort Must be sold by April 4th. Rea opportunity for right party. Write Box 648 V, Te'.egram. 64-66' General Country Store Also stock and fixtures. Good location West of Adrian. Good reason for selling Write Box 656 % Telegram.. 65-70' TN memory of our dear husband and J- father C. H. Rumpf who passed away 2 years ago today, March 19th, 1940: Religion filled his soul with peace. Upon his dying bed! Let faith look up, let sorrow cease, He lives with Christ o'er head. Yes, faith beholds where he sits With Jesus clothed in white; Our loss Is his eternal gain. He dwells in cloudless light Sadly missed by his loving wife and children 66' AUTOMOTIVE 12. Cars for Sale A '37 DeLuxe Chevrolet coach. New tires. Heater. Good condition. Owner in army. Inquire Otto Kuechenmeister, 4V. miles south, 1 mile east Bllssfleld. 66-71 TCTOR sale: 1940 2-Dr. Deluxe Studebaker •*- Champion, excellent condition. New tires, i 436 S. Main. Phone 149. 66-71* lOR .sale: 1935 Chevrolet coupe, radio, -*? heater and defroster. Good condition, excellent tires. Call from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Hans Meier, Amos farm, 2 miles south of Adrian on M-52. 64-69' 64-69 LIVESTOCK 37. Livestock for Sale A 5-yr. Guernsey, calf by side; two 5 yr •"• Holstelns (due), four 5-yr. Guernsey fresh, milking 35 Ibs. each; two 3-yr. Hoi stein springers, three 4-yr. Guernse; springers.- Bangs tested. Bulls for sale o rent Will finance. First farm north Birdsall on M-52. John Measures. 62-68 BOUT-85 fine wool ewes. On old Bid l farm, at north edge of Tecumseh See Virgil Piter. 64-69 B ROWN mare, 10 years old. Sound an right. Good worker. Frank Wriker north end of Britton Village. 66-68 E IGHT white pigs, 9 wks. old. One so; due soon. 5 miles northwest Tecum seh. Harold H. Every. 65-67 fTUGHTEEN months old red boai*. 2 ml * J north, 1 mile west of Tipton. Verl Miller. 66-68 F IVE year old Jersey cow, milking qts. daily. Right In every way. Wn Bates, 2 miles east of Adrian Wabas depot Vt mile south. 64-68 TT^IFTEEN Holstein heifers, some spring " Ing, others due in June. Clayton Stoc yards, Clayton. 65-7 TCTOR sale: 1935 Ford tudor, A-l condi- " tlon.,Good tires. 1942 license. Inquire 629 College Ave., upstairs. . 65-70 sale: 1940 Chev. 4-door Master. - 1 -' Wanted to sell quick, p. m. 366 Crystal Spring. Call after 4 65-67' TjVDR sale: 8 young cows, fresh and close JF up. 2 miles west Saline, US-112. E W. Hodge. G2-67 F ORTY ewes to lamb first part of Apr! Inquire John Woemer, 1st place sout Valley Filling Station, west side. 66 Your Dollars Don't let two of them go after something that one could bring home. Make each one do its duty. You'll find the most practical help toward saving money in this Want Ad Section every day. Telegram Want Ads "Countless Ways To Make Money" I REAL ESTATE Gl. City Residential B ROAD St: Duplex. Upstairs apartment has 3 spacious rooms and bath. Downstairs apartment" has 5 rooms and bath. Forced hot air heat and stoker. Doui We garage. This property Is in splendid condition throughout A real buy for 55,250. You'n like this one if you will lake a look at it. Linehan Realty, over Cunningham's. Phone 131-J. . 65-67 F OR sale: Modern home/West Side, with 3 extra building lots. Very' desirable. Worthy G. Smith Co. 61-66- no WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ' '- Notice Is hereby given:that the part- tershlp .Heretofore; existing, between the ihdersigned. doing business as "The Olym- iic 'Recreation,-' at 131 South Winter .treet, Adrian, ^Michigan, has this day een dissolved, and that the undersigned, Glenn V, Seaver. will continue doing business under the name of "The Olympic Rets eatlon" from and after this date. Dated: March 16, 19*2. ' GLENN V. SEAVER. DOUGLAS MBCHUGH. 3T-MarlS-20 . M ODERN ten room house, income property. Oak floors, double garage. Inquire 246 S. Winter. M ODERN 6 room house, Broad Street Under S5000. By owner. Write Box 641 % Telegram. 63-68 EVEN room modern well kept home In eastern part of Adrian. Pleasant surroundings. Nice yard. Garage. Near school and church. SSOO down. Balance less than S20 per month. Deal with owner. Write Box 665 % Telegram. 66-71' 63. Farms TjTARM. •*- qulch 175 acres, on M-50. Bargain for quick sale. Other farms of all kinds. R. T. Mead, 303 S. Democrat St, Tecumseh. 66-71' F ARM. 218 acres, Ogden Twp., to settle estate, See or call Harry J. Nichols, 2105 Ohio Bldg. Phone Main 4261, Toledo, O. 65-70 .IVESTOCK ;8. Pets sale: Young pedigreed English Setter, male. Reason for selling, entering army.. Reasonable. Cecil Morton. 4 mil ut Oakwood Cemetery Road, 2nd house lorth of Little Hope Corner. 65-67* 39. Poultry A TTENTION: Started and day old chicks •"•from tested flocks that lay and pay o own. Discount on large orders. Duck- ings and goslings. New type Brooder louses, new Electric Brooders, Feeders, Vatcrers, peat moss and True Blue Chick 'eeds. Sunny Ridge Hatchery, Dundee R. 1, Ph. 16-F-3 64-103' rjTOR sale: Started Barred Rocks. Priced " right Phone 51. Waldron Hatchery, Caldron, Mich. 66* CjiOR sale: 200 Leghorn pullets, laying " well. Need the room. 932 W. Maple .ve. Phone 1440-W. 66-68 niOUR old geese for sale.: J. D. Smoke, P 1 mile south, Vi mile west of Rome 64-66< RDER your chicks by mall. "Save your tires." Get ready for extra profits. Eggs per case are $3 higher than a year ago. Start now with our Gasson's strain of Leghorns, priced at $9 per hundred. Sexed pullets $19. Old hen matings 510, sexcd pullets $20. Barred and White Rocks $9.50 per hundred. Vitamin fed embros, better llvahility. 95% guaranteed first 7 days. Blood tested. Just a postal card will do. "Save your tires," they will be scarcer than hen teeth. Biggins Leghorn Farm, city limits. S. Main. Ph. 69. 66-71' MERCHANDISE 106 National Bank Bids. 47. Miscellaneous r UNE clover seed, double recleaned. Forrest Smead, 2.miles north Adrian Town hall, 1V1 miles west. 66-71' B ED clover seed. Free from noxious weeds. Jacob Zeizert, 2 miles south, 'A mile east BlissJIeld. Ph. 14F11. 65-70 S EED oats, Swedish select, test 38 Ibs. recleaned SOc bu. Wls. No. 38 seed barley 52 cwt. Red clover seed Jli bu. Geo. Brablec, Brlttbn. 61-66- S IX tons red clover hay In mow. John Lott, H mi. west, 2?; ml. south Tecumseh. Ph. 16-M. 65-67- s : IX tons of second cutting alfalfa hay. Peter Oprsal, 1!4 ml. N. of Ogden Center. 64-66' S MOOTH brpmc grass seed, tested for purity and germination. Ph. 7U8-F4. 2 miles'east Rome Center. Ashland Hunt. 68-68' S OY baans, early Richmond. 100% germination. Good ylelders. Albert Smith, 6 miles north ot Blisifleld, first house east, north side. 63-68' TRUCK coal box. dividing boards for 'A • ton, hinge side boards for 2 ton. S20 Farms—Roy F. Darnell Phone 270 51 ; 76 Good Farms 243 A. 6 M. S.W. Adrian 200 A. 5 M. N.W. Adrian 167 A. S.M. S. Dundee 103 A. 6 M. N.E. Britton 60 A. <n M. N. Britton 139 A. 9 M. S. Ypsiiantl 40 A. 4 M. N.W. Dundee Reasonable Terms Annual payments less than rent. Buy now and receive our 405i share of 1942 crop. Roy F. Darnell 106 National Bk. Bldg. Ph. 270. -63-6 T WENTY-SLx acres good heavy soil in Raisin Twp. No buildings. Write Box 659 % Telegram. 6T 65. Resorts and Cottages p<OTTAGE at Evans Lake, electric stove V and refrigerator, large lot on lake front. Completely furnished. Cash or terms Write Box 652 # Telegram. 65-67 T>ARADISE Park: Dandy modern cot -*- tage, nice beach and lots of shade Buy it on terms to suit yourself. Line hon Realty, over Cunningham's, Adrian Phone 131-J. 66-&. TELLOW Blossom sweet clover and al^ falfa seed. Clarence Clark, 3 mi. E. lie north Britton. 66-71' Sussex. Pens of breeding stock or eggs by setting or hundred. Frank Buck. Tecumseh. 64-66 TELLOW blossom svveet clover, re- 1 - cleaned. $5 bu. 3 miles north, 2 miles ast Britton. H. DeJonghe. 65-67' 1WO hundred White Rock pullets, choice - of 500. 12 Bent Oak Ave. 40. Wanted Livestock W ANTED to buy five Shetland ponies. Wayne Townsend, Clayton, Mich. 65-70 A DOING Machines, Typewriters. Duplicators, Cash Registers. Files. Desks, lairs. Etc. Large Selection ot New and sed. Typewriter Sales arid Sen-Ice Co.i 125 N, Main St Phone 1829. 51-78 W ANTED! All grades of beef cattle and hogs for butchering. Also fresh cows and springers. P. J. Bancroft, Adrian and Ogden Phones. 51-76 MERCHANDISE 45. Household Goods A FOLD-AWAY Thor Ironer, In excellent -^-condition. Sacrifice for quick sale. 927 B UYING wool. Sell to us for highest prices. The Cutler-Dlckerson Co. 64-69 Elm St. 66-63 T7WR sale: Two carpets 13x15, one rug "• 9x12, slightly used. Mrs. Floyd Barden. Lyons, Ohio. 65-67 r sale: 1939 Ford tudor. Cheap for - 1 - cash. Cadmus. Chester Hood. 1 mile west of 64-69' T7*OR sale: 2 Duroc gilts, due soon. About *- .300 Ibs. each. Good work mare cheap. Percy Rlley, 2 mi. N., % mi. W. Rome Center. 66-68' 15. Trailers & Miscellaneom EFENSE Workers! Why pay high rent? Own a 1942 24' Schult, the most modern three room home on wheels. Used coaches S295 to S650. Accessories and Trailer Insurance. Church's Trailer Sales. TJ^OUR Holsteins, 2 and 3 year olds, fresh " and close up. Lyndon Bllby, 3 miles west, 2 miles north of Addison. 64-66* OUR Guernsey-Jersey cows, 2. 5, 6 and aged cow. Heifer calf, 4 months old L. O. Chaffee, 'A mile west ot Birdsall church. 1500 W. Maumee. -64-69' T7\OR sale: 1939 Covered Wagon. Inquire " at 801 N. Main St, Adrian. F ULL blood Duroc boars weighing, 200 Ibs. Will register If buyer wishes. Mark Gilbert. Onsted. 62-67' 61-66' two room Covered Wagons, spun glass Insulation Including floors. Several used for sale or rent. Fleetwing Station. West Maumee and Maple. 51-76 Strict Censorship of Want-Ads In Telegram Classified Columns protects readers. The Telegram reserves the right to refuse any and all advertisements which might conceivably be dishonest or unfair as well as all copy objectionable in subject matter, illustrations or guaranty. BUSINESS SERVICE 17. Beauty Shops A T Powder P\iffe: Make your Easter appointment early. Experienced operators, popular prices. Over Edwards' Bakery. Ph. 529. 65-70' 18. Business Services A DRIAN'S oldest authorized Maytag dealer offers you the best and quickest service and the largest selection of parts for your old washer, at a minimum price. Marburger Maytag Co., 135 N. Main. Ph. 233. -63-68 M AYTAG and all washer and appliance service. Phone 502, Hull Appliance Store, 188 N. Whiter. 51-76 H OUSEHOLD goods stored in garage at 210 W. Chicago Blvd., Tecumseh, Mich. Call L. R. Waring between 8 and 2 a. m. Friday "at above address. 66 3OUND oak table, oak buffet 4 chairs. -•• Oak dresser, 2 beds and springs, mattress, library table. 604 Comstock. 63-68' . 64-66' ot- six solid leather bottom dining room chairs 55 for se^ Solid oak dining able with four leaves J3. Oak dresser lth bevel plate mirror $4, wardrobe $6. Two piece'overstuffed suite in good con- Itlon, first 59 takes it. Stella Dilworth, Clayton. Phone 3509. 66 p<UERNSEY heifer, 2 yrs. old. Fresh " soon. 1- mile east, 2 south Tipton. Miio Denney. 64-69* /GUERNSEY cow, and calf 6 wks old. *J Bangs tested.'1 mi. east. % mi. south of Britton. Rufus Underwood. 66-63* r TSED: Two piece mohair living room, *-' very good condition. Velour bed dav- nports. Walnut veneer dining room. Oak ables and buffet. Folding breakfast table nd benches. Brass bed. Rebuilt vacuum leaners and other Items. Economy Fural- ure Co., 248 Pearl. 64-66 H OLSTEIN cow, due soon. Holstein-Jersey cow, due soon. John LaGorc, mile north of Billliigton Corners, % mile east. 66-68' fEREFORD heifer, calf by side. Clarence Clark, 3 miles east, 1 mile north 40. Machinery & Tools Britton. 66-68' H OGS: Purebred vaccinated gilts and boars. To place on shares. Representative at Pickford Auto Sales, Adrian, Saturdays. Continental Livestock Co.. of Lltchfleld. Mich. 51-78 TERSEY cow just fresh with calf. Peter " Oprsal, IVi mi. N. of Ogden Center. 64-66' TERSEY cow, 4 yrs. old, with calf by side. Milking 32 Ibs. daily. 2300 Bent Oak. 65-67 P AINTING: See me for economical estimates on spray and brush painting. Alfred ThomDson, Bllssfleld, Mich. 45-77- TERSEY cow, ; - due soon; Brlndie o V milking. Six ewes, one ram. Roy Sawyer, Palmyra, Mich. 1EPTIC tanks cleaned, all kinds. Long ' distance. Williams, 102 Maple Street, Bllssfleld. Phone 165-R. 65-70' TERSEY heifer coming in in 5 weeks. Call *J after-3 p. m. Wesley Betz, 3 miles south, 1. mile west ot Bllssfleld. EMPLOYMENT NE colt coming 5 In the spring. 1 coll 3 last fall. Very gentle and nice. "Ed Thompson, Petersburg. 62-87' 26. Female Help Wanted TflXPERIENCED girl or woman to take -t^ charge of close In modern home. Guod wages. Apply at 135 N. Main St. during day. Evenings at 146 Toledo St. 61-66 O NLY 12 of those good Hampshire gilts left, bred to farrow Mar. 20. J. P. Wilt. Jasper. 64-69 ANNOUNCEMENTS girl or woman lor housework and care of children. Good wages. Write Box 6G2 % Telegram. 65-70 1. County Locals A DR1AN: Dead stock wanted. Horses -**• $7.50; cows SG. Call collect to Adrian 7107-F4 or C R. Frost Tecumseh, Phone i50. Licensed for Darling & Co. 51-76 a im. or woman for housework and care ol children while mother works. Write P.O. Box 133, Jasper, Mich. 64-66' 4 DRIAN: Wool wanted. We pick up and •^-pay cash. Blue Bird' Station, Bent Oak Ave. 65-88* A DRIAN: In 1903 the Japs were worry-*-*- ing about Port Arthur, today their worry is MacArthur. Increased production will help him. By trading with the Adrian Grain -Co., you do it quicker and more economically. 64-69 Federal hall'in New York where the first congress assembled, was built in 1699. it was torn" down in 1836 and a sub-treasury building was erected on the site. Carbonado,, a form of diamond not suitable for gems. Is more valuable than the diamond itself, since it is slightly harder when used in- dustriallx • iched. 11RL or woman for housework. Stay T nights. Good wages. 922 N. Main St. 66-68- P AIR of black Percherons, well mate.— Weight' 2650. True and gentle. WIl hook until -• satisfied. Guernsey bull-calf 9« mo. old, mother gave 50 Ibs. a day Paul Derbyshire, Manitou Beach. Phone Addison 303. ' 66-68' TJELIABLE woman tor light housekeep- J-^ ing and ordinary cooking. No wash- Ings nor general cleaning. Good wages. Write Box 635 % Telegram. 61-66 26. Male Help Wanted A UTO Mechanic. Must be A-l and able to take full charge of service and parts. None other heed apply. Good salary- Tine-Shedler Chevrolet, Bllssfleld. 65-67 ' Hi-Speed Gas Station corner' Church and Winter Sis. 66' iXPERIENCED .electrician wanted. Call 1 377, or apply at Electric Service, 104 W.' Maumee over Huh Clothing. - 64-69 T^ARM •E eral hand, single, for dairy and general farming. John Gault, 329 Maple 64-69' 66 P AIR bay Belgian mares, 3 yrs. Wei broken. Also some full blooded Duroc gilts, vaccinated. Farrow In April. O. H. Knoblauch.-*Riga Ph. 33F2. 65-67 IXTY half blood ewes, 2 to 4 yrs. old 18 now have 26 lambs. Balance due in April. Percy Nortley, Tipton. 65-67" mEAM of Belgian horses, 4 yrs. old. Wei •*• broken." 4 miles west of Adrian on M-S4. Richard Myers. ' 66-68' IT1EN young ewes starting to lamb. Also •*- 2 Guernsey heifers, will ' freshen in April. Several good Holstein bulls and 1 Durham to let for their keep, will deliver 2 miles west of Rome Center. L. E. Cole Tel. Addison 2805. 65-67' T EN ewes,- 2 to 4 yrs. 7 lambs, 4 ewes to lamb. 4 pigs. Earl Folhemus, 2nd house south of Twin K's, 65-67' i"TlHIRTY-Eight shoats, averaging 80-Ibs J- Roscoe.'Thomas, 2 ml. north, east of Morencl. 64-66' Straw or Defense—Paper. Munition and Shell asing wrappers. WIU buy the stack or uy by the bale, or. bale on share. Let's move that old wet stack now. Drop me a ard. F. D. Downer, Morenci, Midi. 63-66* W Governor Winthrop secretary. $25. Walnut dressing table S5. Call 1654. 64-66 W INT ADS will give good buying advice. you plenty ol A LPHA gas engine, tti H.P. with mag . neto. 88. 817 Hoch Ave. TOHN Deere Model B tractor and col- Uvator on rubber. Used any Van Marter, Jasper. 65-70' J OHN Deere two row corn cultivator. 4 miles west of Adrian on M-34. Rich ard Myers. 66-68' L OW wagon, flat rack, mowing machine roller, rake, drag, 1,000-lb. scales John Deere 12" gang plow, 14" Olive Stag. Ira Wilmoth, Holloway Ph. anc Post Office. 66-71' -VfOW Is the time to order your Blizzard -^ ensilage cutter and hay chopper a there will not be enough made to suppl] the demand. 'Lloyd G. Borton, Fayette Ohio. Ph. 21-78. 66-71 NE bottom tractor plow. One two-hors cultivator, and one-horse garden cultl valor. Inquire at 327 Toledo St. 65-6 O 1 O NE double breeching harness, nenrl: new. One 8 ft cultlpacker. One use manure spreader. One Columbia . farm wagon, a good one. Ed Thompson, Peters tmrg. 62-67 mHREE, set ot Watkins scales, Joh JL Deere riding plow. M. H. Kerr, Clay ton. Rt 2. . 63-6 TTSED 6 and 7 ft tractor discs. 2-botti '-' 12" and 14" tractor plows. Corn plant ers and tractors. Oprsal Implement Co Ogden Center. 64-66 47. Miscellaneous L FEW tons ot alfalfa,. 1st cutting. Ra L. Nash, R. 2, Adrian. Ogden Ph. 34 64-66 A BOUT 5 tons of baled clover and Urn othy hay. 1 mile north. 2 miles wes of Sand Creek. Aug. W. Schmidt 65-67 plERTIFIED Huron seed oats. The hlg yielding smut resistant variety tha has outylelded all other varieties. Seed ready for shipment, or call at farm. Felix Witt, .Jasper. 66-68 E XTRA fine seed oats, cleaned. Seventy five cents bu.' John P. Rorick, Jr Seneca, .Mich.. 63-68 TTVDR sale: Good hay, part alfalfa. In •C qujre at 783 W. Maumee, 66 F 1 OR sale: Red clover seed. Cleaned. N wild carrot Mary King, 4 ml. soutil Adrian on M-52. 65-67 T WELVE 100 Ib. shoats, 1 brown Jersey cow. Elmer Lagassee, 1 east 1 north Rome Center. 64-66' St., Ypsiiantl, Mich. 64-66' M 'ARRTED man, middle aged or past, as barn man . on dairy farm. Machine milking. Must be good with stock ml. north Henry HWO Holstein heifers,, calves by side, *- extra good. Three jersey sows, due'1st part Apr., 2nd litters,- also young sows. All double treated. Fred Mull, 2 miles east Wamplers Tjkp, 65-70' Y 1 •OUNG -stock hog, Duroc, wt 190 Ibs. A. B. Shambarger, LyonS Phone. 3 xnL north Lyons. F I OR sale: Mammoth and June red clover $10 bu. Recleaned. Clark Adam mile west Falrfleld Village. 63-68 CKAGE fuel. We <*n now supply you to tiny quantity. We-deliver.- Open evenings. Al's Place, 803 N. Main S -DAG -t in Phone 9141. 63-6E RECONDITIONED and unclaimed watd -" es . . . men's and ladies', moderafel priced. L. R. Mix, Jeweler, 140 S. Main. 66-68' a-76 " sh. 817 Hoch Ave. 64-66' T7E have disk' blades, bearing spools, ' wood bearings and bumper washers, Deere, Roderick Lean, I.H.C., Soll- tter and Bradley disks, at The White arm Supply. 64-66 TTJANTED: 60 to 80 acres and up. Give * * full description, section and township. Write Box 663 '/= Telegram. 66-71' 9. Office Equipment 1. Wearing Apparel C AN'S blue suit, size.40. S12. Brown overcoat, size 40, S4. 734 E. Beecher. 66-68' 2. Wanted to Buy 66. Wanted Real Estate ,EGAL NOTICES P ROBATE NOTICE-r-Sta.te of Michigan, County of Lenawee—ss. Probate Court ''or the County of Lenawee; At a session of the probate court for. tne county of Lenawee. holden at the probate office in the city ot Adrian oh the'12th day of March in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-two. Present, HON. . MAURICE E. TRIPP. ludge of- Probate. In the matter of the estate of HENRY 'OX, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition, duly rerlfied, of Lucy Fox, widow and heir at aw of said deceased, praying that admln- stratlon of said estate'may be granted to Ruth H. Borradalle or some other suitable is ordered that MONDAY, THE 30th DAY OF MARCH next, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition. And it Is further ordered, That a copy of this order be published In the Adrian Dally .Telegram, a newspaper printed ami circulating in said county of Lenawee, for three consecutive weeks, previous to said day of hearing.. MAURICE E. TRIPP, (A true copy) Judge of Probate. Hazel D. Gregg, Probate )ROBATE NOTICE—State of Michigan. County of Lenawee—«3. Probate Court or said County. At a session of the said court held at the probate office, in the city of Adrian, the 3rd day ol March. A.D. 1942. Present HON. MAURICE E. TRIPP, udge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of ELZA POTTS, Deceased. It is Ordered, that the 4th day of June D. 1942 at ten o'clock In the forenoon. . the Prooate Office In the City of Adrian, be and Is hereby appointed for the hearing. xamlnation and adjustment of all claims and demands against said estate: creditor! f said estate are required to present their alms In writing and under oath to this ourt and serve a true copy thereof upon .yde Potts, administrator of said estate. hose address is Adrian. Michigan, not ss than twenty days'prior to the date set r said hearing. ' It Is further Ordered, that notice-thereof given by publication of a copy ot this rder fdi three consecutive weeks, within hirty days 'from the date hereof. In the drian Daily Telegram, a newspaper prtnt- and circulating In said county. MAURICE E TRIPP. A,true copy) Judge of Probate, Hazel D. Gregg. Probate Register. 3T-March 5-19 ROBATE NOTICE—State of Michigan, County of Lenawee—ss. Probate Court '.or said County. At a session of the probate court for the county of Lenawee, holden at the probate office In the city of Adrian oh the 16th day of March In the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-two. Present, HON. MAURICE E. TRIPP Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of HELEN L. DARNTON, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition o; M. Clare Dunn, administratrix upon the estate of said deceased, alleging that the funeral expenses and debts of said deceased, and the expenses of administration thus far incurred, have been fully paid, and praying that her final admin istratibn account may be allowed and for such other order and decree as to this court shall seem ^ _. It is Ordered, That MONDAY. THE 6th DAY OF APRIL next, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, be assigned for th» hear ing of said petition. •• . " And it is further ordered, that a copy o this order be published In the Adrian Daily Telegram, a newspaper" printed and clr culating In said county of Lenawee, fo three consecutive weeks, previous to said day of hearing. MAURICE E. TRIPP, (A true copy) Judge of Probate. Hazel D. Gregg, Probate Register. 3T-Mar 19-Apr T once: 300 acres with stock and *- equipment. Will buy or rent. Write Box 634 % Telegram. 61-66- W ANTED, farm 40 to SO acres. Must be cheap for cash. State price and location in letter. Write Box 658 & Telegram. 65-70' LEGAL NOTICES P ROBATE NOTICE—State of Michigan. County of Lenawee—sa. Probate Court for said County. At a session of the said court held at the probate offire. in the city of Adrian, on the 26th day of February, A.D. 1942. Present HON. MAURICE E. TRIPP, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of VINCENT 28th day of o'clock In the MUZILLO, Deceased. It Is Ordered, that the May. A.D. 1942 _at ten for old gold. Jewelry, rings, watches, dental gold, silverware. L. I. Mix, Jeweler. 140 S. Main. 51-76 ILECTRIC stove, used, late model. Reasonable. Cash. elegram. Write Box 664 "1OOD used furniture by private party. State what, and price. Telegram- Write Box 660 65-67 XTANTED: Small walk-In refrigerator 1 • box, in good condition. C. E. Dennis, l.F.D. Phone 653-R.. 64-66' • ANTED: All kinds ot hay. Hugh Whit- d. Ph. 62-67 2-F13. TTANTED: Hay. clover and alfalfa, and '• timothy. Also«straw. Phone Ogden 47. 65-76 1 •rTANTED: Used motorcycle in good con' ' dltlon. Write Box 654 % Telegram. 65-87' TTANTED: Good used. furniture. *'. est prices paid. Phone 258-J. High- 63-68 : Good used portable sewing 1 machine. Description, price.. Write Box __._. 655 % Telegram. 65-67' RANTED: A buzz Saw. Clyde Knlsel, W . Blissfleld, Mich. 64-66 "ATCH repairing: Expert repairing on Swiss and American watches. L. R. Mix, Jeweler, 140 S. Main. 51-76 RENTALS 53. Apartments & Rooms C OZY, comfortable, newly furnished sleeping room, near bath. Gentleman preferred. Garage optional. 724 Col- P ROBATE NOTICE—Staw of Michigan Coiinty' of Lenawee—ss, Ai a session ot the probate court fo said county, held at the probate office the city of Adrian on the 14th day March, in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-two. Present. HON. MAUMCE E. TRIPP Judge ot Probate. In the matter of the estate of ISABELLA M. COCKER, Deceased. On reading and tiling the petition dul. verified, ot Detroit Trust Company, trustee of said estate for the benefit of Chris Episcopal Church of Adrian, Michigan praying for the allowance of. Its sevent annual trusteeship account, and for sue other order or decree as to the court shall seem proper: It Is Ordered. That MONDAY, THE DAY OF APRIL next, at nine o'cloc in the forenoon, be assigned for the hear ing of said petition. It Is Further Ordered, That a copy this order be published In The Adrian Dall: Telegram, a newspaper printed and clrcu latlng m said County of Lenawee for thr consecutive weeks previous to said day i forenoon, at the Probate Office In tne City >f Adrian, be and Is hereby appointed foe he hearing, examination and adjustment of all claims and demands against said estate; creditors ot said estate are required to present their claims In writing and undei oath to this court and serve a rue copy thereof upon Carl Muzlllo, execu- .or of said estate, whose address Is Adrian. Michigan, not less than twenty days prior to the date set for said hearing. It Is Further ordered, that notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three consecutive weeks, within thirty days from the date hereof, n the Adrian Daily Telegram, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county. MAURICE E. TRIPP. (A true copy) Judge of Probate. Hazel D. Gregg, Probate Register. ST-March 5-19 hearing. CA true copy) MAURICE E. TRIPP, Judge of Probate. Hazel D. Gregg, Probate Register. ' 3T-Marl9-Apr P ROBATE NOTICE—State of Michigan, County of Lenawee—ss. At a session of the probate court for said county, held at the probate office In :he city of Adrian, on the 28th day of February; in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-two. Present, HON. MAURICE E. TRIPP, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate ot LADD J. LEWIS. Deceased. On reading and filing the petition duly verified, of Union Guardian Trust Company, trustee of said estate, praying for the allowance of its Thirteenth annual trusteeship account, and for such other order and decree as to the court shall seem proper; It Is Ordered, that MONDAY, THE 23rd DAY OF MARCH next, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition. It Is Further Ordered, That a copy ol Irian Dally this order be published In The Adrian Dally Telegram, a newspaper, printed and circulating In said county of Lenawee for three consecutive weeks previous to said day of hearing. (A true copy) Hazel D. Gregg, Probate Register. 3T-March 5-19 MAURICE E. TRIPP. Judge'of Probate. ege Ave. 64-69' F IVE room steam heated apartment, telephone, electric refrigeration. Adults only. 550 Dennis. 66-71' T ARGE sleeping room, next to bath. -" Private home. Two blocks from City Hall. Call forenoons or evenings. 407 S. Winter St. 61-66 M 1 'ODERN 2 room furnished apartment. 640 Dennis St, Adrian. 6S-70 1 1 UIET front sleeping room. Steam heat. bath. Gentleman preferred.. 130 64-69 Q UIET Near Toledo St. K OOM with bath on first floor. One block from business district. 311 E. Church St Ph. 772. 64-66' TWO room furnished apartment next to J- bath in factory district. Inquire 817 E. Michigan Street 66-68 P ROBATE NOTICE—State of Michigan, County of Lenawee—ss. Probate Courl for the County of Lenawee. At a session of the probate court tot the county ot Lenawee, holden at the probate office, in the city of Adrian, on the 4th day ot March in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-two. Present, HON. MAURICE E. TRIPP, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of ARCHABALD C. CUNNINGHAM, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition, duly verified, of Irma S. Carmon, niece anc heir at law of said deceased, praying thai administration of said estate may be granted to Louis F. Kaiser, or some other suitable person. It Is ordered that MONDAY, THE 23rd DAY OF MARCH next, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing ot said petition. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be published In The Adrian Dally Telegram, a newspaper printed and circulating m said county of Lenawee, for three consecutive weeks previous to said day ot hearing. MAITRICE E. TRIPP, (A true copy) Judge ot Probate, zel D. Gregg, Probate Register. 3T-March 5-19 SELECT USED CARS Many Late Models lerpeney Motors Sinclair Station EGAL NOTICES Get Your Car Ready for a Long Life.... The best way to keep your car alive is to heed It's call for repairs. Whether it needs a minor adjustment or a major overhaul we are equipped to'do the job —BRING FT TO US. McKi inster & 142 N. Main St. Cc "Wf 'Never Close" Day or Night We Have Two Complete Wreckers MILLS AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE ADRIAN, MICHIGAN 1375 W. Maumee Phone 976-R TIRES TIRES . TIRES Come in. Let us show you how we can save your TIRES Free Check-up No Obligation WAGNER'S AUTO SERVICE REAR OF ARMORY 220 W. Maumee - Phone 1795F1 DAY Motor Sales 136 E. Maumee T WO room furnished apartment. Light, water, $5.50 week. 367 Nelson St. Call between 1 and 6 p. m. 66-71 rnWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Everything furnished. 779 College Ave. ' . 65-67 86. Farms OR rent: 120 acre farm. Good buildings and soil. Applicant must have tools H. H. 64-66 and equipment Good references. Halladay, Realtor, Clinton. acres on shares. 4 miles east of Rollln. 13123 Forrlster Road. Mrs. _L Btolia Slpes. 57. Houses TjlOUR room house. Garden space. Five " • •-'" Write Box 653 -% *- miles from town. Telegram. 65-67' 58. Miscellaneous B OOMS for office space over 115 N. Main St Inquire R. J. Hayes at Hayes Shoo Store. 65-70 59. Wanted to Rent H OUSE, small acreage near Adrian. Pay in. advance. Steadily employed. Write Box ; 640.ft.Telegram. .; 63-68' S MALL house by Apr. 1st Not over 525. Write Box 661 54 Telegram. 65-67 ritJANTED: Farm on share basis. 300 acres. Write Box 657 ( P ROBATE NOTICE—State of Michigan, The Probate Court for the County of Lenawee, . At a session of said court' held at the probate office in the city ot 'Adrian, in said county, on the 4th day of March, A. ,D. 1942. Present, HON. Judge of Probate. MAURICE E. TRIPP. In the matter of the estate of MARY AMES, Deceased.. On reading and filing the petition duly verified, of Dolly Beyer, administratrix of said estate, praying that she may be authorized, empowered and licensed to sell the real estate described In said petition at private sale for reasons therein stated. It Is ordered. That MONDAY, THE 30th DAY OF MARCH next, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition. And It Is further ordered, that a copy of this ordei be published In the Adrian Dally Telegram, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county of Lenawee. for three consecutive weeks previous to laid day of hearing. MAURICE E. TRIPP. (A true copy) Judge of Probati. ~ - D. Grer- ~" - ' Hazel Gregg. Probate Register. 3T-March B-19 BUS SCHEDULE SHORT WAV BUS LINES (Eastern War Time) To Toledo—7:30 a; m.: lliSi a. m.: 4:06 p. m.; "6:05 p. m.; 7:35 p. m. To Jackson—9:59 a. m.: 220 p. m.: 7:50 p. m. . To Ann Arbor—8:30 a. m.; 1120 a. m.: 430 p. m. To Kudson-Hlllsdale— '3 as p. m. Denotes dally except Sunday! and Telegram. 65-70' nolldui. All other ouuet run daliyl CASH For Your CAR Nothing older than 1933 L. W. Kelley 217 W. Maumee 40 CHEVROLET Mst Dlx, Tn. Sedan. Heater. Defrosters... 39 OLDS 2-Dr. Trk. Radio, $-Q- Heater, Defrosters, J-'- 3 39 CHRYSLER "6" 2-Dr. Ba- $f/?: dio, heater, defr'strs. overd'rv O— J 39 FORD Dlx. Tudor. Heater, Defrosters 38 TERRAPLANE 2-Dr. Radio Heater, Defrosters ......... 36 DODGE 4-Dr. Trunk Sedan. 3 Heater , 36 OLDS 2-Dr. Trk. Sedan. Heater .245 ' 5 225 36 BUICK (Small Ssries) 4-Dr. SO7? Trk. Radio, Heater *' 3 35 TERRAPLANE Coupe. Heater S 100 Hess Auto Sales 1312 W. Maumee LOANS to $300 CASH ADVANCED here tor purposes of every description. Prompt service, no annoying questions or Inquiries. Ssveral plans to choosa from. EASY TO APPLY. Just phone, write or call at office and Ull us bow much caih you require. CONTINENTAL Investment Corp. 143tt So. Main St Phone 420 Second Floor B. X. Scbober, Mgr. (Loans made In nearby towns) 41 De Soto Custom Club Coupe - Air Conditioning Heater - Radio - Just Like New 39 Pontiac (S) 2-Door Sedan - Radio and Heater . Good Tires 41 Dodge Deluxe 4-Dr. Sedan - Heater Can't Be Told from New 41 Plymouth Special Deluxe Coupe - One Owner Heater and Defroster - Very Clean 37 Dodge Coupe - Heater, Good Tirel Really a Clean Car 39 Plymouth 4-Dr. Sedan - Heater MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM Farm Machinery 38 Fordson Tractor on Rubber 38 W.C. Allis-Chalmers Tractor on Rubber F-12 International Tractor and Cultivator Used International Corn Planter New Ohio Hay Loader New Ohio Side Delivery Rake Used 18 In. International Plow GREEN MOTOR SALES De Soto - Plymouth Dealer Allis-Chalmers Tractor and Farm Machinery 710 S. Main St.