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AGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS-LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. (MONDAY, SEPT. 11, 1939. SOCIETY i August and September will be and Friday nights' boxing pro- celebrated. Each member is grams will immediately follow I as ked to bring a covered dish i the professional vaudeville acts, i and her own sandwiches. Mrs. one grandstand charge being- Mrs. Fritz Klein and Mrs. Emil made tor botn events. Local Amusements VanAelst will act as co-hostesses. I Horse-pulling events will be THURSDAY — The mid-week ! staged Tiiursday and Friday prayer and praise service of mornings at 10 a. m. in front of Evangelical Free church will the grandstand. •be held at the church. i A Fair week baseball series will The prayer meeting of Free ' start Wednesday afternoon about Methodist church will be held j 3:30 p. m. on the diamond in | at 7:30 p m. front of the grandstand, when NAZI SHIPS HELD IN PORT LYRIC THEATER— Presents ingstone" "Stanley and The Salvation Army will hold 'an Evangelistic service at 7:30 | p. m. Liv- > The Religious Education com- starring Spencer j mittee will meet with the Sun.* •• «k • i •• • i • i • it mgouvAin- 01.0.1 J. nig, »j pv- A i ^ i_ i, |*»A*UU^V* Y»j»i i*i^i_ L> rv i un I>J.A<_ kJUli" All-CathollC Journalistic Ron- Tracy with Nancy Kelly, Rich- I day school faculty of The Com- • **• t «-\± Q rri r^rAoiio \X7olfov "Rvmina-n mi ill nVmrnVi at 7 -3ft r\ m of ors Are Given to St. Simon's 'Simonian' (By JOSEPH LAVICH) It has been announced that All-Catholic Journalistic honors, the highest award offered by the Catholic School Press association of Marquette University, .Milwaukee, have been conferred upon the ^'Simonian," student publication of St. Simon's high school. The notice ard Greene, Walter Brennan, munity church at 7:30 p. m. at Charles Coburn, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Henry Hull and Henry Travers. sal News. the churchhouse. The Ladies' Aid of Bethany And "Univer- (Lutheran church will meet at the church parlors with Mrs. Edward Jensen and Mrs. Wil- OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM | liam Olmstead as hostesses. Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. Hart will meet Carr Settlement, bcottvuie will meet Todd-L-Inn team oi' Ludington Tnursday afternoon, with the play-off game between the two winners Friday afternoon. Judging for $3,000 in cash premium awards is scheduled to take place in the various divisions throughout the week. .UAUll O .114511 0t*AAUWA. .L1AV, AJl/u»l<*~ U«H*T?TTIC1 T • -mr w-i nww^Aw^w^ T^TXT .1 • i «, . ,. , ""»*... i* LJailV eXCCDl OUUU&VS Of award was received Friday HAMUXLS LAKE SHORE INN tional Christian church will be! Here Marmn-ue carieme, Ludington Townsend club No. 1 will meet at 8 p. m. at j headquarters. A program has '• I been planned and luncheon will I will be .served after the meeting, i I FRIDAY—The cottage praver I w <'>"»ound, arrive n.iu u . m (meeting of the Undenomina- ^ ttoun Sa/™ v «MpVBJucttiy2 :SO P ' m Time Schedules Mail, Rail, Boat and Bus I'ere Marquette Fassengei Trains Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. —* * #_ SOCIAL CALENDAR TODAY — The Past . Noble Grands club of the Rebekah lodge will meet at the home of Mrs. J. L. Davis, 405 North Rowe street. Mrs. Jo McCleary will act as co- The business meeting will be- I Are gin at 7:30 p. m. All members ! < " >1 c are asked to be present at that j The choir of Bethany Lutheran church will rehearse at \1 p. m. in the church. I Rehearsal will be held for i the choir of Bethany Metho- jdist church at 7:30 p. m.- at I the church. The St. Simon's PT-A will meet at 3 p. m. at the school auditorium. (Preparations for Fair from Dean O'Sullivan, head of the Journalism school of the University, as a result of the annual survey and rating, conducted for the year 1939-40. The "Simonian" received a score of 910 points out of a possible 1,000. This represents the average of a^ point-score given ,by three judges on the following considerations: Difusion of Catholic thought, enterprise and service to the community, editorial content, news and feature coverage, layout and design, uniformity and consistency in style and application of art to news and feature articles. In the last named test, the "Simonian" received a perfect score. Art editors for the publication, during the last school term were Chris Angelakos, Miss Corrine Loy and Joseph Lavich. Publication of the "Simonian" was resumed in the fall school term of 1938, following a suspension of 10 years. Four Senior .boys, Rolland Erndteman, Robert Betka, Garth Belland and George Castonia, comprised the printing staff and members of the editorial and .business staff were Miss ning lonVhT'ancfTacn "night ' included" in this'yeaFslist" Adele Wadel, Miss Virginia this week except Saturday entries is Thomas Hogan Dutch, Miss Frances Michaud, 1 ml ----•" • * "' • •- held at 7:30 p. m. at the home I L ?ave ror Milwaukee. of Mrs. Sybil Rollins, 408 North ' -- w . ls> : a *. in., 11 ». m.. 7 p. m William street. An evening service will be held at 7.45 p. m. at the Pentecostal Assembly of God time. The American (Continued from Page 1) T O ,T-™ i™,^ ! dav hai 'ness racing meet. Legion band will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.! Thp he Problem m. to resume regular practice for the fall season. ™ , -. c . lark said is to find sufficient added room Business meeting of all mem- i *° ,!?°" se the lar § e number of bers of Evangelical Free church j -fL?, , at the church. All members are asked to be present, ocial Evang'elistic The races will be run Wednesday, Thursday and Friday service '• aftei "noons, starting at 2 p. m. u .•u V*U.,L <AJ r CA*.i.iF,i^iio L-I\_. Ot-A V H_,t ;—,, • n i , " - — f,, .... at 7:45 p. m. at Washington j There will be two races each af- Baptist church, con- ' ternoon, each race consisting of by Miss Irene Murray i thr . ee heats. and Miss Alma Reiber, begin- ' . Among the race horse owners Miss Maxine Wagner, Miss Delores Campbell, Miss Wilma Schohl, Miss Rosemary Bradl, Miss Jane Hinds and Richard Brown. Harold Maske and Robert Tripp were the advertising There will be a congregational meeting of Bethany Lutheran church at 7:30 p. m. at. the church. U1 . . .,„,„..,„„ Chicago, president of The Yel- i Arrive from LUQ- low Cab Co. of that city. Mr Hogan, who brought his horses £?«. here for the first annual West- Arrive from Milwaukee I 1 '3D a. m., 9:30 a. m., 6 p. m. Leave lor Ma towoc, W!s 4 p. m., 3:30 a. m Arrive irorn Manitowoc 3:30 a. m., 2:30 n. m. Leave lor Kcwaunee, Wls 8 a. m Dally, Sundays Included Call duck office lor daily uuurmaUon All boats curry automobiles. Bus Lines Leave for Muskegon, etc. ..a:3u u. in., 1^:30 p. m., 4:15 p. m. 7 p. m. Arrive l»om Muskeson, etc.. 1P:55 a. ni., 4:05 p. m., 6:50 p. m., 10:05 p. m. Leave lor Traverse City, etc 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, <_-tc 11:59 a. m., 6 p. m. Daily, buiumys included Leave for Baldwin 5:30 p. U. uuigumg man Kastbouud mail (train,) connecting vvlth north and south trains, closes 11:30 a. m. Southbound (mall bus) closes 2:30 p. m. £a&ibound (bus) coiuiecuug W1U> north and south trains, closes 4:30 p. m. Incoming Mall from east (train) 11:10 a. m. rioiu soulft i mull ous) 11:15 a. in '• Tom en>' -I)ii8» M.IHI p. m FROM SCOTTV1LLE Pere Ma.rquetle Passenger Trains Prom east, arrive 10 :S9 a. m. tuuiioounu. iea u e 1:02 p. m Bus Lines Lei fe for Trpverse ^ity, <.-'.c 11:15 a. m., 7:15 p. n- Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Lottie 101 • din-ton ..11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. U. S. No. 1 2 In. inln. 1-1.10; Hnlcs Crts. 3 in. min., 1.85; 2',i in. min., 1.75. Potatoes—100-lb. sacks U S. No. 1, Mich. Round Whites unwashed, 1.651.75; washed, 1.85; Idaho RuFsets, 2.402.50; Long Whites, 2.35; Calif. Long Whites, 2.35. Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars nnd Cents) DETROIT, Sept. 11.— (/PI— Cattle—Receipts 2,500: market slow; good to choice yearlings, 9.75-11; fair to good yearlings, 8.50-9.50; good to choice heavy steers, 9.50-10.50; fair to good heavy steers, 8.509.25; common butcher cattle, 6-7; can- and cutter cows, 4-5.50; best butcher and heavy bologna bulls, 7.25-.7S; milkers nnd springers. 50-75. Calves—Receipts 600; market prospects $1 lower. Sheep and lambs—Receipts 2,000; market. 50 cents lower; bw;t lambs, 10: buck lambs, 1 under; heavy fat sheep, 2-.50; culls and common. 1.50-2. Hogs—Receipts 1,500; market prospects, 1.35 lower. Previous, 9 for 200-220 ib. hogs downward to 7.10-7.35 for roughs. . 90 percent or better U. S. No. 1, 1.55-.65; sandland section Cobblers U. S. commercials. 1.35-.40; North Dakota Red River Valley section Bliss Triumphs 90 percent or better U. S. No. 1, 1.70-.75; Wisconsin Cobblers U. S. No. 1, 1.50-.65; late mostly, 1.50; Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1, unwashed, 1.85-.90; brushed 2 Inch minimum, 2.15; Iowa Cobblers U., S. No. 1, 1.50; U. S. Commercials, 1.45. Chicago Poultry (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO. Sept. 10.—(/P)—Poultry—' i Receipts live, 2 cars. 99 trucks; market ! unsettled; hens, 4'i, Ibs. up, 18',i; under ! 4'.o Ibs., 17','s; leghorn hens, 12'/ 2 ; i broilers, 2'.-. Ibs. a ml under, colored, 15",i; Plymouth Rock, 18; White Rock, 18; leghorn broilers, 2 Ibs. and under, 14'.'.; leghorn springs, over 2 Ibs., 13>i; springs, 4 Ibs. up colored, 15; Plymouth Rock, Wi: White Rock. 18; under 4 Ibs. colored, 15; Plymouth Rock, 17'.i: White Rock, 18; barrback chickens. „ 12-13; roosters. 11; leghorn roosters, 10 i'z: ducks, 414 Ibs. up, colored. 12','a; white, 12i,i; small colored, 12',i; small white, 12','z; geese, old, 13; young, 15; turkeys, toms, 18, hens. 20. This group of German ships is anchored in the neutral port of Curacao, Dutch West Indies. The ships would make war prizes if captured attempting to make an Atlantic crossing. Tobey. Ray Owen of Fountain was a suoper guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tubbs. Mrs. Marshall Seitz and Miss LaVonne Hansen of Fountain were guests of Mrs. Marian Seitz Friday evening. Lloyd and Bernard Tubbs and Carol Hunt were callers Friday at the Halberg home near Scottville. Mrs. Bernard Tubbs and son, Robert, returned with them to spend the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tubbs. light. 3.50; dark, 3.50; handpicked yel- lownyes, 3: handpicked choice recleaned cranberries, light. 3.50; dark, 3. . Detroit Produce i (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT. Mich.. Sept. U.—-!/!>)_ I (United States Department of Agriculture.)—Grapes—Mich. 4-qt. climax bas- i kets Concords. .13. ! Pears—Mich. bu. baskets Bartlettst 2' 4 In. min., 1.75. Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and crts. | Wealthys. .25-.50; Wolr nivors. .25-.50: Mclnltosbi .90-1; crabapples, Hyslops, .75-.90. Celery—Mich, bunches, dozens, extra lar<<e-. .35; medium. .20-.25. Onloils—StVlt. snc:«> U. 3. Na. 1, Mich. Yellows, mostly. .GO-.65. Peaches—Mich. bu. baskets Elbertas Detroit Poultry (Quotations In Cents) DETROIT. Sept. 11.—I/?')—Poultry— Market unsettled. Hens, 5 Ibs. up. 20; under 5 Ibs.. 18; cocks, 10; leghorn ! cocks. 8; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 14; I i Rock springers. 4'^ Ibs. up, 19; under 4'ij | Ibs.. 17; colonel springers, 2 cents under j i Rocks; leghorn broilers. 2 Ibs. up. 15: young white ducks. 5 Ibs. up. 14; young | hen turkeys. 10 Ibs. up, 21; young torn | turkeys. 15 Ibs. up. 21; rabbits. 8. Detroit Dairy (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT. Sjpt. 11.—i.4'i—Butter- Best creamery in tubs. 26-27. E',!<;s—Current receipts, 16: dirties, 13U: checks. 12. (Quotations in Dollars nnd Cents) CHICAGO. 111.. Sept. 11.—(J't—(Unit- ed States Department of Agriculture.)— Potatoes—Receipts 171, on track 207. total U. S. shipments Saturday 474, Sun- j day 38: market. Idaho Russets and Westirn Triumphs slightly stronger, ele- niancl good. Northern Triumphs firm, demand siood; Northern Whites demand fair, early morning about steady, late morning slightly weaker; supplies modinite: sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet BurUanks U. S. No. 1. under ice and ventilation. 2.15-.25; Oregon Bliss Tri] umphs U. S. No. 1. 2.20-.50; mostly. 2.50; I Minnesota Hollanclule section Cobblers Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Sept. 10.—(J 1 )—Butter—Receipts 967.669; market firm; creamery- 93 ECOIV. 27^-23'.,; 92. 2T 4 ; 91. 26; 90, 25';,; 89. 24':,; 88, 23','=: 90 centralized carlots. 26. E'^gs—Receipts 8,977: market firm; frtsh graded, extra firsts local, 19'.i; cars, 21';.: firsts local, 18',i; cars, 19', 3 ; current receipts, 16. —#—*—*—* The Registered SPENCER CORSETIERE Will Be in Ludington Today, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 11, 12 and 13. CALL 1106 FOR APPOINTMENT. *—*•—*•—* — *_.*_*_ -•* * * I * * I * I * * I -* managers. The "Simonian" The music committee of The j ern Michigan fair, is returning Community church will meet • to be represented again this at 4:30 p. m. at the parsonage, [year. All members of the Odd Fel- Condition of the Mason coun- is organized ' lows lodge and Rebekah lodge and published under the gener- | and their friends are urged to al management of Sister M. Cohcillium, instructor in journalism for the school and adviser for the publication. * * *. be present at the meeting of the O-Ma-La-Ma circuit, to be ty track, he said, is as fine as any he has seen. Race horse owners in general were profuse in praise of the held at 8 p. m. at Pentwater i county - owned fair-rounds Community hall. A program., i callin * it "certainly one Sf the "The Central Methodist church of Detroit was the scene Friday evening of the marriage of Miss Warriner, of LuBingtofT" Mbose"To~d'ge wnT meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the club rooms. The Ludington PT-A Council _ Livestock exhibits -were already coming in today, although majority of them were to arrive Tuesday Supervisor Charles scheduled i ne - i yaiLiaeiit, said the livestock TUESDAY-The Pentecostal I "TnT^n? t£"f be the lafg ' Assembly of God will hold its j 6it of any of the four vears regular evening service at 7-45 ! Set Up Exhibits p. m. | Four-H club exhibits and gen- The Mary and Martha circle I eral agricultural ana norticul- waimici ui, of The Community church will I £" ra l exhibits will go in place and William' hold a Potluck supper at the Tuesday morning, some oi tne wmi«tm,„_„.— _____ - _ ... work bem already in progress Mary Adaline JrlcelS&Ill/ iClQgCj CHIVA ?T Aj.ij.0ri.ii . -D—H. " *» * *~ 5-*~ ~ Burton Conrad, son of Mrs.! £?:l.? er .._ cottage. Cars James Burton Conrad of Ludington. The ceremony was read at 8 o'clock by Dr. Shuf ley Johnson, pastor of the church,' will leave from the church at 6 p. m. The Men's Brotherhood of i.. ... m.. 5:45 p. m.. 7:15 p. ni. 5:45 p. m. 9 p. m Outgoing Mall Westbound (truiu) closes ..10:40 a. ru tiastbouud (train), connecting Witt north and south trains, closes, 12:40 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes o p. m Sastbouud (bus), connecting with uortu and tsoutn trains. closes 5:30 p m InromiriE Mall vrrives from east (train) ....10:59 a. m. THE MARKETS (Additional Mancets on Page 3) LOCAL MARKETS Light rod kidney beans $2.75 Dark red kidney beans $3.00 Dark cranberry beans $2.50 Light cranberry beans $2.50 White p a beans •• $2.00 Yelloweye beans $2.75 ; Poultry ! Leghorn hens. 3 Ibs. and up lie i Heavy hens He • Plymouth Rock springers, ! undiT 4 Ibs 17c j Plymouth Rock springers, 4 Ibs. and up 17c Colored springers I5o Grain Shelled corn, cwt $1.05 Rye. cwt 85c Oats, cwt $1.00 Wheat, cwt $1.00 Produce Eggs I9c | Hides Beef 4c Hum A t at trom w«-«t ..o.uu p. ui p. ni Freesoil Laurence Hill substituted on the Freesoil rural route No. 2 Thursday for Floyd Wolfe, who was away. Mrs. William Hagstrom is visiting in Ludington. Miss Dorothy ToDey returned Friday from Onekama to spend the week-end. Shirley and Bobby Bagley of Sherman were week-end guests of Miss Dorothy and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Saginaw Beans (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) RAOINAW Mich.. Sept. 11.—.ill—Michigan Bean Shippers' Association quoted Monday prtcss: nnndpicketl pea betins. per cwt.. 3.50; handplcked red kidneys. Fall and Winter... A Lovely YOU... for The new Fall hair styles do amazing things. With sweeping curls and waves they simply transform your appearance . . . give radiant beauty and charm. Come to Russell's now ... be ready for the coming season. Telephone 139 for Your Appointment Now! Don't Forget Our Wednesday Specials! Machineless Permanents $3.50 AND UP Russell's Beauty Salon In Rear of Central Shoe Store. "":"\ #—#—#—# — * — *—*—* — # — •! today. Annual flower show, sponsored ! i by the Mason County Garden i f Methodfst churchTwill jcfub, will g~ 0 " in place'"wedne Say in the presence of a number of nr m « a . meetln g a t 8 p. m. at j morning m tne general exhibits' relatives and friends nUmDer Ol i the Martin Abrahamson cottage building, flower growers being IClctl/lVeS tlllU HieilUa. of Wornlii-, Inlm l^rmarl 1 .-, !,»;,,„ * L-_: _._ i. • ° The toride wore a gown of white marquisette, fashioned with long sleeves' and a full skirt and worn with a fingertip off-the-face veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Peggy Warriner, who was her sister's maid-of-honor, wore a gown of yellow French organdy with a bouffant skirt and narrow bands of blue vel- at Hamlin lake. urged to bring tneir entries 10 Pere Marquette chapter No. tn e grounds between 9am and 327, Order of Eastern Star, will 11 P- m. that day. resume its regular meetings, af- I General exhibits, including a ter a two months' vacation, at! county health exhibit and an 8 o'clock in the Masonic temple ! ex hibit for the new Mason coun- Crystal lodge No. 159, Inde- l i' hospital now in process of con- pendent Order of Odd Fellows, will meet at 7:30 p m. at the club rooms. The first degree will be conferred. Capt Charles Sutton requests that all members shall be present as a new . I • • »*«».• jrf«.**u^iiv <iO fcLAl^W vej; ribbon as a color accent, drill team will be organized. struction, were under way today in the general exhibits' building The five-day elaborate grandstand entertainment program will get under way Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. m. with a big amateur vaudeville program of en- She wore a short yellow tulle I Plans for the winter season will trants fr °m all parts of the re- veil and carried talisman roses. Miss Barbara Moynaham, cousin of the wide, was 'bridesmaid and wore a gown of ice blue slipper satin. Miss Florence Norton, another bridesmaid, was gowned in periwinkle be discussed. The Pere Marquette Literary club will meet at 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. Blodgett, 301 North Harrison street. WEDNESDAY — The prayer iblue taffeta. Both bridesmaids i meeting of the Undenomina- wore short veils of blue tulle ! tional Christian church will be ' ' ' --- and carried bouquets of flowers in yellow shades. The junior bridesmaids, Lois and Mary Louise Moynaham, also cousins of the bride, were dressed in identical gowns of Paris blue taffeta, accented .With .bands of darker blue velvet ribbon on the skirts. They wore dark blue velvet bows in held at 7:30 p. m. The mid-week prayer service at the Church of the Nazarene will be held at 7:30 D m First Church of Christ, Scientist will hold its regular weekly testimony meeting at 8 .p. m. at the church. The Badminton section of gion. The amateur program will be repeated again in the evening, as the main grandstand attraction of the opening day. More than 35 entrants, committee officials said, have been received to date. Five Acts Planned An unusual show of five professional acts will make up the vaudeville entertainment for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, afternoon and evening Part of the performers were o n the grounds today, remainder bein<* expected Tuesday. An entertainment innovation this year is the three-day ama- THE BEECHES TRY OUR SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER Frankenmuth Style. We Specialize in . Steak Dinners. . For Reservations Call . MRS. COPENHAVER 706 E. Ludington Ave. : Phone 221 (•—*—*—*—* «. —*— their hair ana carried bouquets. ,, --—•• «J« ^ V4.W** V/4. , »/ ——*- -«-» *>»*v* bj.*l \, V- — tld V OHIlfcl"" the Men's club of The Com- te «r boxing show, which starts PENTWATER THEATRE Mode.»nly AIR-CONDITIONED TONIGHT and TUESDAY Nights 7 and 9. i A Boy, A Girl, A Fiddle and a Dog- to Touch Your Heart—and Music from the World's Greatest Violinist to Thrill You. Drama that's filled with the laughter and the shining tears of youth . . . Kids you can't help loving . . . And music you can't help thrilling to ... As the showmanship of Hollywood's foremost producer (Samuel Goldwyn) who ..made .."Dead End"—"Stella Dallas" and Oth- nosegay munity church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the churchhouse. Ludington lodge No. 87, Re- bekahs, will meet at 6:30 p. m for a potluck supper. At this time the birthdays for July, Mrs. Warriner chose a light < , Th3e ,""d-week prayer service iblue moire taffeta frock with a!, „, BKetnan ,y Methodist church .brief jacket in cerise color. She \ wl iL be Thel . d at J:« p. m. -carried talisman roses. Mrs. L,,nl ,!J ni . or c . hlld studv club Conrad, mother of the bride-!thl £?! lts flrs j meeti «g of *Kroom, wore a gown of fuchsia the homp nf°?/r £ ^J^-, at taffeta and a corsage -bouquet h«fm TO! SL^r 1 Ge . rald . Ne /of talisman roses. , m .^J 2 ^ Eas !> Loomis street. - Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home Of the hride's parents on Wellesley drive. Later Mr. and Mrs. i'.CAnrad left on the boat for, yiuttaio, N. Y., where they will *-.— ft few d ^^ ^ be e to their friends at the Plaza apartments in id park, $iv*s of the bridegroom at the ceremony were Mrs. Kenneth Russell, kCpnrad, Mr. and Mrs. Itch, all of Ljadington; M J3mA «f Orand Bap- l 1 ^ m, and Mrs. Leonard ' Mr and Mrs. Ar- of'tfcnla. 1,500,000 ,, , <-J —•',,, ...i^ iA U l/CAi UO hursday evening and continues Friday and Saturday evenings Elimination series will be Thursday and Friday, with championship finals Saturday. Thursday and •»»»«(>»»J *,UW,WU I womaa in the u. e. i . \ if "r,' » • HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk MAKES BETTER MILK DRINKS Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 er big hits And the genius of Jascha Heifetz combine to offer one of the premier screen achievements of the year. Rated 4 stars — 5 bells— It's the Outstanding Picture of Movie Season. the New HERE'S THE •' / •it" Copyright 19»9. 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