The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 8, 1939 · Page 11
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 11

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, September 8, 1939
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. *' PAGE ELEVEN "_', -ft- -., A Want Ad Each Day Will Keep The Wolf Away From Your Door &-M PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive Inlertloiis: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines » .81 f .72 One day. 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular In- (ertlons takes the one time Insertion rate; no ad taken for less than basis of Hirer lines. Count, sit average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and If paid at The Dally News Office within six days from the first Insertion rash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and (topped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ud appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space Is the same as a line of copy. Dresses Announcements Mowers aad Mourning Goods 4 l.'DT FLOWERS—a \a runerai work. Tel. «72. Frank Nordln-. sir «. l.ndlnrton Ave. Personals GIRI. WANTS—Place to work for room ami hoard while attending I.tidlngton high school. Write Hiix 14.t, Fountain. \VII.I. STORK PIANO— For use of It. Must lie in fairly Rood condition. Tel. •IOI-W. Strayed, Found 10 LOST SATl'KUAY—In business district —Hamilton watch, "Dorothy Koyal" enKi-avt-il an Uacli. KKW/VKI). Tel. Slu-lliy, 132 or 30. Mrs. Harold Koyal. LOST—Since Saturday — nrindte and white Boston bull clou. Ueliirn to 308 N. Ciaylord Ave. Tel. -45. FOUND—Truck tire. Owner may have same by idcnlifviMc and paying for ail. Will hold 30 days. 823 K. Melendy. Tel. .158. Automotive ^^^w^^s-^'^^^V^V^w^^K^SXN^" Automobiles for Sale 11 2.98-'3.98 New * fall shades and patterns. PENNEY'S F»rm and Dairy Prodncts 55, FOR SAI.K—Tomatoes, sciuash, potatoes. Charles Tetzloff, : ).| ml. S. of Amber corners. FOR SAI..K—23 A. 2nd and 3rd cutting alfalfa in field. C. McFarland, R. 3, Scottville, 1 ml. N. uf city. LOMBARD PLUMS—G5c a lm. 1'ick them yourself. Johin M. A. Hansen, \<> ml. north of Stiles corners. TOMATOES—35c per bu.; also corn for canning. Heine Johnson, <<• ml. S. of Amber Corners, 1st house E. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 8ACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. UETUKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hansen, l /. mi. N. of Stiles corner. CLOVER HONEY—7c a 11). Bring container. Roy Camfield, !'(. mis. N., : .'i mi. W. of t'uster on R. 1. Household Goods 69 HAIKJAIN liSKD CARS—1934 V-8, 1932 Modi 1-1! Kurd, 1»3U Modcl-A Kurd, 1929 Kurd; also cars lor $2. r > and up. llrody ll.uv. 42!) I.. Diiwland St. FOR SAI.r—model-A Fords, Chevrolets, Plyiuoiilhs. Used cars, $20.OU up. Barton's, Kast I.tiding!"" avenue. BARGAIN PRICES—On good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasolfhe stoves. L. Mallix Store, Scoltvllle. ESTATE IIKATROKA—For salr. ahlr. Nearly new. Inq. 81-1 K. Melendy St. I'Oll SALE—Three 9x12 nigs, 7 small rugs, .1 complete beds, 1 dining room s«t, combination range, book case, table lam|i—at 210 Fourth St. 19.1S CIIHVltOI.KT—OeLuxe Tudor. 23,000 mis., $!>UO: also ciMik stove like new, S7. r >; oak buffet and dining table, $15. Mrs. Walter Jacobson. 1 mi. K.., l ^ mi. S. of Meisenheiiner's corners. 193H CIIK.VROI.KT—llel.uxe 2-door sedan. l'.i;ir. Chev. 4-iloor sedan. 1933 f'lirv. sport roadster. 1937 Ford coupe, t luo l<n« P'>—| Tlittnrs, 193* Ford For- dor. IBM ouls-G con pi*. 193.1 LaSalle M-dan. 1032 I'ouil.ic coach. 1931 Pontiac ruarli, 1931 Olds-S sedan. 1932 Illnd, G-whcel sedan. 1929 Billck sedan. 1'C'K Buick sedan. 1930 Packard 19110 Kssex coupe, 1928 Stude- bakci sedan. TRUCKS 1931 Ford truck equipped with hydraulic hoist and dump box, $250; 19.12 Chev. U.-wl. truck with platforms. $125; 1929 Kord chassis and cab. $«.*>; 1937 Ford pickup like new, s:t'iT,; 1931 Kord pickup, a bargain at Sl-'iU; 1!)35 Kord panel delivery, $200. We are making room for new models and these cars are all bargain priced for quick removal. LUDINdTON AUTO SALES. Tel. 600. JUST RECEIVED—An all-cotton .10-11). mattress, $1.45. W. E. READER & CO., In CUSTER. RICilD I.IKE-LONt: CONSTRUCTION— With heavy gauge steel braces through- nut is built into the l!i:i!l Duo-Therm oil healer. Price, $4!l up. II. Smrdberg & Son, Custer. SAVE UP TO $50—011 new floor sample refrigerators. 100 gal. of oil free with • Norge Kastemp oil hettters. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. I.iidington Ave. Tel. 604. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — S31.50 and up. <;rotemat's WIFE SAVINfl STATION. USED SINKER SEWING MACHINES—$3 up. SPECIAL—All makes overhauled. $2.50. Done by experts. Singer Agency, 110 S. .lames St. Farm Equipment Trailers 11A TWO-WHEEL TRAILER—For sale; also mimeograph; both In good condition. l»i|. 414 E. Melendy St. Business Service Repairing—Service Stations 16 ROAD SERVICE—Day or night. For night service call 692. Betka (iarage, 1102 S. Madison. Tel. 860. PUMPS-WATER SVSTIMS-MAY TOOLS-000« MANMBS U. SMRDUERG & SON, OUSTER. FOR SALE—Good used McCormicU- , Deering corn binder in excellent con- I diiion. Lawrence MatH.x, Scottville. Services Offered 18 \OUIt PAY ENVELOPE—May depend on your eyesight. Don't lake chancels on poor glasses. Chlnnery, Scottville. Dressmaking and Millinery 21 HEMSTITCHING—Stamped goods; children's suits, dresses; infants' wear. Needlework Shop, 211 S. James St. Employment Bunted — Female 32 EXPERIENCED WOMAN—Wanted for general housework. Apply Mrs. Ray Cartler, 50!) E. Court St. * TEACHER — Wanted Primary teacher with life certificate. See John Brunke, Kreesoil, Michigan. GIRL OR WOMAN—Wanted for general housework. Ontt to go home nights. Apply between :i:3U and 5:30 p. m. Mrs. Rolicrf Wa'yt, 307 N. James St. Musical Merchandise I!I40 WE8TINOIIOUSE—I'TrVcision-built radios on display, $10.95 to $79.95. Console and table models built for television, and record-playing attachments. New beauty, tone and quality i at a very low price. II. Smedberg & I Son, Custer. • Specials at the Stores FREE COAL—1.090 to 2,000 Ibs. of coal given away with the of a genuine Estate lleatrola on or before Sept. 9. Sec the new Estate lleatrolas at W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. Apartments and Flats SIX-ROOM, UNFURNISHED—Apt., 1st floor, centrally located, all conveniences, steam heat. Inq. 208 E. Filer St. Houses for Rent Hela Wanted—Male 33 WANTED TO HIRE—Married man for farm work fur 2 mos. John Conrad, It. :i, Scottville. Tel. 126-F-12. Business Opportunities 38 8EKVICK STATION FOR LEASE—In Ludlniilon. Must have $250. Write Box 122, LnUington. Live Stock \S%'*W*>>'V^V*s^v^ H ^s*tSWv*<» Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 THOROUGHBRED SCOTTIK PUPPIES for sale. For appointment phone 761. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstcad & Newbcrg. Phone 22 or 7U2 evenings. UNFURNISHED HOUSE—Strain heat, fireplace; will rent first floor if desired. Inq. 411 N. Rath Ave. Real Estate for Sale kXV^yN^N^W^-^'»^W"S^.^->»-'"i*-^*»'N/'-"*'^.>»./ < ^'*^^^^^ 1Sl ^ Brokers in Real Estate R The Butler Burns Popeye Up D. S. Patent Office Trademark Registered POPEYE VER BULLICK BOUNCED ORF VA R IYAMRDBBISH'2 PERHAPS I SHOULD BURS1 "THIS RUBBISH IK) THE Woild rlfliu ie»rv«J Copf. I9H.' KinjJtHgrci Syodititt. Inc.. "*O Two Below SCOECHY SMITH Trademark Registered LI. a. fateiu oiiicc BELOW, WITHIN THE SUBMERGED CABIN, A STRUGGLE FOR LIFE GOES ON MV UNCLE/ SCORCHV/THey'RE IN THE PLANE/ THEY'VE SONE UNDER /-JUST THE TAIL SHOWING// THERE'S ONE OF 'EM NOW-IT'S A GIRL / Unpleasant Surprise Party Trademark Registered U. S. Pateut Office DICKIE DARE ROMANTIC, l'T \ n, CAPrAlHf THAT T7A/V ) BOAT &OIHG All* TO INDIA I WUAr PART OF IHDIA V\V FOR TH£ PORT OF JAMNA6AK- TUAT'£ IN KAJPUTAHA- - (SOIN& TO TW& THAT BUT rn&i, THAT -rue U6UAL 41MPTOM, I iH A ANP ALL 60KT6 OF OF OF TUB COMMITTS& f CM A TORN/ UU6-T A&OUT BUILD AtlD HEIGHT! Trademark Registered II. S. PntMit Offlr» NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS ABSOLUTELY PUNCTURE-PROOF/ MY SECRET COSnoT.ZER PUMPS MOLECULE INTO THE TIRE/ IT MAKES THE AIR SO HEAVY IT CAN'T LEAK OUT/ -HENCE, MO FLAT TIRES/ WATCH !/ THAT GADGET WILL MAKE TIRES PUNCTURE-PROOF ? SHUCKS/ SOMETHING- WRONG/ AM KlMliO Ronei veil hy The AP Feature Service All Rlelils Resci veil tiy Tlio AP Feature Service «i FOR BARGAIN—In real estate see Home Realty Company, First National Bank Bldg. Phone 277-VV. Booses tor Sale 84 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming house, large family or flats. Bargain for cash. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Benson, Nut'l Bank Bldg. BAV GELDING—3 yrs. old, wt. about 1,000; for sale, R. R. Witte, 1 ml. W. Hlverlon townhall; R.I, Ludlngton. TWO YOUNG COWS—For sale; also 2 heifers, 18 mos. old. Alex Layman, zy, mis. N., 1 ml. K. nf Custcr. Merchandise ^s^\x\y^/Nx : \x^rs^^/Nx\^sx>XN Articles for Sale 51 SEE—The new Sparton safe Stock-Aide electric, fencers. Portable, and well built with twin slKiuil Iltes and voltmeter. ? 12.115 to ?19.95. II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser. They must he accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, non* taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be placed In a special Labor Exchange department and run free of charge. THEN, DRAWING AN ICE PICK FROM HIS SAQ THE LITTLE MAN MADE A LOOPING THRUST AT THE TIRE BEFORE PETERS COULD STOP HIM /,'/ — HORSEFEATHER3 HELP HIS BREATH —- ' PETERS WAS STRAIGHT-JACKET MATERIAL- AS HE VISUALIZED A RETURN BOUT WITH THAT TIRE/ -NOTING THAT THE OLD BOY WAS APPROACHING THE WRENCH-FLINGING STAGE THE LITTLE MAN TOOK TO THE OPEN RQAP/ .^ TEN TONS OF WHEAT STRAW—Will swap for young cattle, grain or anything I can use. Charles Tcrryn, Wt mis, N., !4 ml. E. of Scottville on R. 3. TWO-WHEEL TRAILER—And 4-wheel (rubber) wagon; will swap for anything I can use. Babe Kokx, 1 ml. E. of I'entwater -Kroger store. JUST RECEIVED—New Elgin Watches YEARLING COLT—Will swap for young for men and women. You'll like these stock or grain. R. R. Wltte, 1 ml. W. new numbers. Hamilton's, 225 S, Jas, of Rlvertoa townhall. R. Morrell Home Scene of Meeting CUSTER.—Arbutus Camp No. 032, Royal Neighbors of America, was pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. Ralph Morrell in South Custer 'Tuesday evening. The regular routine of business was carried out, during which time plans were discuss- WANTED ___ "* Jfc — r.V.T,^..lV. V W Tf vv TV * j SALES PEOPLE 1 I T * Men and Women Who * Qualify Will Be Given a I * I Steady Fosition. * I Apply in Person at the * *f* • I I Office of Montgomery * * | i Ward. * * i #—#--#—#-» -- *—•*—#—#—* \ ed for the convention which will be held some time in October with the Custer camp being hostess to the other camps. A dainty luncheon was served at the close of the evening's social hour to a large group of members. Present were the hostess, Mrs. Morrell; Mesdames David Falconer, Robert Nelson, Frank Comstock, Henry Englebrecht, Glenn Qenung, W. J. Emerson, Arthur Peterson, Milo Halberg," Url Miller, E. Jones, Russell Littell and E. Christensen. The next monthly meeting will be held In Custer at the home of Mrs. TJri Miller: Superintendent and Mrs. B. T. Hachmuth, and daughters, Leeta and Jacqualine, have returned to their home In Custer after spending the summer vacation in Comstock Park. The first meeting of the fall and winter season of the Mother-Daughter league of the Brethren church will be held at the home of Mrs. Leonard Mattox in the Wilson district Sat- urday afternoon, Sept. 9. Mrs. it. H. Prowant of South Custer is president of the organization. A program will be given and refreshments served. Mothers and daughters are urged to attend. A much-added improvement to Custer streets was started Thursday when work of grading was done, preparing them and getting them in shape for a black -tap. dressing which is being placed on the'm. Marble School School Opens Marble school opened Tuesday morning, Sept. 5, with Miss Mary Wilson beginning her second term as teacher. There are six eighth graders this term, Katrina Vermeiren, Vera Barton, Alice Slagle, Aaron Griswolc"! Ellis Cory and Billy Thomas. The beginners are Joyce Appleton, Carol Riley, Buddy Matavich, Gordon Payne and Everett Cory. During the vacation period the schoolhouse was wired, the in- terior all newly decorated and cleaned, presenting a fine appearance for the pupils to return to. Music and art are to have an important place this year in the regular curriculum. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sifton, son, Gerald, and daughter, Mrs. Howard Baker, and little son, Donald, of Woodland, spent the recent holiday at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wemple Sr. On Sunday, Sept. 3, in addition to their guests from Woodland, Mr. and Mrs. Wemple entertained Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Barrett and children, Raymond and Carol, of Fern; Mr. and Mrs. W. Wemple Jr. and sons, Robert and Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wemple and daughter, Shirley X'he Siftonts returned to their home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Riley and family enjoyed a chicken supper Wednesday evening, Aug. 30, with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allison of South Custer. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Riley'.s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. August Bertram and daughter, Linda, of East Cus- ter, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone Friday evening, Sept. 1. ' Mrs. Ruth Slagle and children and Lyman Forbes were dinner guests Saturday, Sept. 2, at the Lee Wright, home at St. Mary's lake. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mackey and son, Ivan, of Michigan City, Inti., were Monday and Tuesday guests. Sept, 4 and 5, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone. Mr. and Mrs; Robert Johnson and children of White Lake visited at the Stone home Sunday, Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Balch of Petersburg, Va., who have been visiting relatives in the county, called at the George Riley home Monday, Sept. 4. Mr. and Mrs. William Slagle and children of Hart called on Mrs. Ruth Slagle and family Monday, Sept. 4. Mrs. Mary Astra is spending some time at the home of her son, George Payne, of Fern. Mr. and Mrs. T. Moylan, daughter, Marie and son, Tom, of Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. V. Gemsh and daughter, Frances, of Lansing, were guests of the Paul and Manley Oman families during the past week-, end. Mrs. T. Moylan and Mrs. Paul Oman are sisters. ' ;•; OldTFreesoil Old Freesoil school opened ' Tuesday morning with Miss Nel- «*. lie Griffith beginning her secorijl'v', term as teacher. A new furnace y has recently been installed in'the schoolroom. Eugenia Zyga4ji.whd attended St. Joseph's school U\ Manistee last term, will attend,-,. Old Freesoil school this yearj making her home with tvet grandmother, Mrs. Veronica Sass. | Miss Lucille Gorley, who-jppj-js cently underwent a serious op'er*-' . ation at University hospital, Ann-;: Arbor, is at the home of -h'e* r> sister, Mrs. Joe Bassarab,, Manistee, where she Is escing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sass two sons of Detroit visited a Sass home over the kabor week-end. . , Mr. *nd Mrs., George ^^, Sr., of Manistee have purchased the former —'" -*—•-• -' and moved " ,' A ,f J a

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