The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 12, 1939 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 12,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN, PAGE. THREE NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Freese of the Eighteen Mile dam have rented apartments at the Celia Hagstrom residence and will move there in the near future. The nicest uimnesy that you can show your guests Is to have their visits mentioned on this page. The nicest courtesy you can show your friends Is to let them learn, of your visits through this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 108. Surgery—Harvey Jackson of CCC camp Walhalla underwent major surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital Monday night. Canadian Boat Here — The "Sioux" of Montreal, a 200-foot Canadian freighter, arrived in port at 6:45 o'clock this morning. The boat is tied up near the No. 3 carferry slip. To Meet —The Lakeshore Study club will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Miss Elizabeth Kloppman, 204 North Gaylord avenue. All members arc urged to be present. To School —Robert Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson of 711 Brother street, left Sunday to enter his second year of study at Grand Rapids college, Grand Rapids. Postponed — The meeting of the Brotherhood of Bethany Methodist church, previously scheduled for this evening, has been postponed until further notice, it was announced by Rev. Erling Edwardsen today. Fracture—Mrs. Beda Russell, 12Gli South James street, received a fracture of the arm Sunday when she slipped upon filtering an automobile. Mrs. T&u.ssell is resting comfortably today. Announce Birth — Mr. and Mrs. James Hansen of Lansing announce the birth of a son, at Paulina Stearns hospital, on Sunday. The baby has been named Dennis James. Mrs. Hansen is the former Miss Alice Semple of Ludington. To Meet —The Junior Child Study club will hold its first meeting of the fall season on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Gerald Ner- j heim, 724 East Loornis street, with Mrs. Rose Benson as co-! hostess. Miss Malita Hutzell will be guest speaker at the meeting. Freesoil Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole and son, Billie, of Riverton, were guests of Mrs. Alice Cole Sunday, Mrs. Charles Cole was also a cal; ler at the Cclia Hagstrom home. : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hagstrom of [ Flint arrived here Sunday, called by the death of Mr. Hagstrom's mother, Mrs. Minnie Hagstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickey and '. family of Scottville were Sunday callers at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bailey have moved to the Myrtle Howell " ruudence.- ,••-* .-*.--« i-w**- >lev. J. H. Rayle and Mr. and , Mrs. George Rayle and family attended a Methodist anniversary meeting at Remus Sunday. Charles Richards and Carl Sholander of Crystal Falls, who had been attending the Pythian convention at Flint, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Vanderpool Sunday on their return trip. Kelly Linclstrom of Manistcc, formerly of Crystal Falls, accompanied them. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson were their brother alid sister-in-daw, Mi*, and Mrs. William Lackey, of Flint. T. M. Holt, superintendent at CCC Camp Stronach, is acting ranger at Cadillac for awhile. Joseph Wrona is acting supcrin- ? tendent at Camp Stronach until | Mr. Holt returns. \ Rev. Fred Stewart of Sheridan \ preached a very fine sermon Sunday morning at the Froesoil I Methodist, church for Rev. J. H. I Rayle, who was at Remus for the lay. I Mrs. Sidney Vanderpool and | 4rs. Douglas Heckman were ; tonistee visitors Saturday. Annual Event Is Being Held grounds at Fair- (Continued from Page 1) At 8 p. m., first full professional vaudeville performance will be presented. ' Baseball Tourney Fair week baseball tourney, in charge of Milo Colburn, will get under way following the races Wednesday ariernoon, with Hart team scheduled to meet Carr Settlement. Games will continue Thursday and Friday afternoon. Professional horse racing will continue Thursday and Friday afternoons. Professional vaudeville acts likewise will continue Thursday and Friday, both afternoon and evening. The big three-day amateur boxing show will get under way Thursday evening, immediately following the grandstand vaudeville show. One price will be charged for the combined vaudeville and boxing shows Thursday and Friday evenings. Championship finals in the years. Four-H calf club boys were running around having a busy time getting their calves cleaned up and in shape for the judging. Roy Grotemat, announcer for Fair week and in charge of sound amplification on the grounds, was officially ensconced this morning in his new announcer's stand in front of the grandstand. It is one of the new tair buildings being used for the first time this year. Farm implement and household appliance exhibits—one of the real fair features—continued to grow, indicating they will be the largest of any of the four years. Frank Potter, fairgrounds caretaker, said the race track, barring further rain, will be in A-l shape for Wednesday afternoon's opening.of the three-day harness racing schedule. Monday night's rain was a help and will make the track a fast one for Wednesday. Student Is Killed in U. oHVl. Blast ANN ARBOR, Aug. 12.—>(/P)— Coroner E. C. Ganzhorn, said today that Willard I. Wilcox, boxi'ng'show" will be the "big fea- i 27, of Ann Arbor, was fatally department upon complaint of city (police. Peterson was charged with running into the pillar of a gasoline station on the. corner of of Sixth and Madison streets. Latest Bigge Trial Ended Suddenly MANISTEE, Sept. 12. The second trial of Charles Bigge, former official of Q. , the _____ ..... ____ u .................... Filer Fibre Co., on charges of ) stnnciai-ci on ind ................. 29'/ 2 owil-ior7.7lnvnr.nl- . -ma c tprminji tpd Stand Oil N J .................... SZla National Biscuit .• 22'/s Natl Power & Light Wa New York Central 20 North American Puckurd 4'/4 Penney (J C) 84>/ 2 Phelps Dodge We Philips Pete 44 7» Pullman 33% Radio S'/a Radio Keith-Orp l'/s Reo Motor 1% Republic Steel 28 St. L-San Fran V* Sears-Roebuck 76',!i South Cal Edison 243/4 Standard Brnnds G^'a Standard Gas &E1 3 Standard Oil Cal 32H ture Saturday night. Horse-pulling contests, always an interesting feature, will be staged Thursday and Friday in front of the grandstand, commencing at 10:30 a. m. Fair Notes injured in an explosion Monday in the University of Michigan's chemical laboratories. The coroner said fragments from a steel chamber 'which exploded while Wilcox was conducting tests severed a pelvic artery. He died within a few minutes of the accident. Wilcox, who had been working for his doctorate, was a graduate of the university and formerly was employed by the Dow Chemical Co. embezzlement • was terminated almost before it began Monday when Circuit Judge George Sample ruled a mistrial. The ruling came on motion of the prosecution. which con- tendfed Bigge had been talking with a juror. Judge Sample said he also had seen Bigge and the juror together. Bigge won a retrial from the. supreme court after he had been convicted of embezzling $297,000 from his firm and sentenced to three to ten years in prison. MARKETS AND FINANCE (Additional Markets on Page 4) NKVV YOHK STOCKS (2:30 P. M. K.D.T. Prices) Acbuns Express 11 Am Can 114 Am Smelt & Ref 61 >i Am Tel & Tel 164:>i Am Wat Wks 11% Anaconda 37 Armour of 111 7'.i> Auburn Auto 4ya Aviation Corporation 6'.i Borden 21 ','2 I Ciilumet & Hccht 9 s ii Stucletmker 8 Underwood El 35 Union Carbide 021/2 Union Pacific 97 li United Corp 3 U S Steel 19 WnbBBh Yellow T & C Stock Averages, Sept. 12 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Rails Utll Stocks Net change ...D1.2 D.4 D.I Today 74.7 20.7 37.0 Previous day .. 75.9 21.1 37.1 Month ago 60.4 18.8 40.1 Year aso 67.8 16.7 31.1 HI39 Hich 77.0 23.8 40.6 19M Low 58.8 15.7 33.7 IBM HiKh 79.5 23.5 37.8" 1933 Low 49.2 12.1 24.9 Movement in Heccnt Years 1932 Low 17.5 8.7 23.9 1929 High 146.9 153.9 184.3 1927 Low 51.6 95.3 61.8 D.7 51.5 52.2 49.2 45.G 53.4 41.6 54.7 33.7 16.9 157.7 61.8 Miss Marian Smith left Sunday for Detroit where she has taught for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cole were supper guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. William Sadowski. After a 10-day vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Crawford returned to Detroit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunt entertained Saturday evening with a farewell dinner honoring Ray Owen of Fountain. Ray Owen, honoree; Rex Hilden and Lloyd Tubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and daughters, Maxine, Eileen and Carol, participated. Ray was presented with a collective gift. Mrs. L. L. Stanley is ill. Mrs. Edward Rasmussen of Cedar and Miss Evelyn Rasmussen of the Bennett district visited Mr. and Mrs. Harfy Rasmussen Saturday afternoon. Robert McManus, who has ibeen attending Michigan State college, East Lansing, during the summer, returned to Free- soil Saturday to beguvliis ninth year of teaching in the Freesoil high school. cn<>s & oiv.o Chrysler 39 5,'a 86 I'i'n 7% More exhibit space, it was evident this morning, will be the crying need of the fair associa- In Justice Court are all place. "What we really need," commented Secretary Frank Jerome, "is one more big exhibit hall like our present general exhibits' building." Added local interest in exhibits was in evidence on every hand this morning as scores of persons busied themselves with the task of getting exhibits arranged in a hurry. General exhibits' building, at the west entrance to the midway area, was full of persons, with a great variety of health, hospital agricultural. Extension club and Grange exhibits going in place. Flower show was to go in place Wednesday morning in the cast wing of the building. ^FbTlf^H crab""' buTlcnng,' .across the road, was already filled with interesting exhibits this morning, and club representatives from all parts of the county were busy arranging them. The three livestock exhibition barns at the east end of the midway—one of the most interesting- features of the entire fair—were rapidly filling with prize horses, cattle, sheep, chickens, etc., this morning. Exhibits in these divisions, it was evident, will be the biggest and best of any of the four Western Michigan Jair South Curtiss Wright Detroit Edison 116 Elec P&L 9 General Elec 40 7 ' 8 Gen Foods 38% arneral Mot 55 Hudson Mot G'/ 4 I Int Harvest 67 3 .4 Int Nick Can 45>/2 Int Tel & Tel 4% Kennccott Corp 44 V 2 Llsjg & Myers B 98V 2 Marshall Field 13% Masonite Corp 32 Montgomery Ward 51 \\ Motor Wheel 16 Nash-Kelvinator 7Va Freesoil Mrs. Myrtle Frost is staying at the Frances Smith home for a few months. Miss Bertha Smith left Saturday to resume another year of teaching at Grand Rapids and What Causes Getting Up Nights? Getting up nights may be nature's warning of sluggish kidneys. If excess acid and poisonous waste are not regularly eliminated they may also lead tb painful, scanty or frequent flow, backr ache, leg or rheumatic pains, headaches or dizziness. Kidneys often need help same ns bowels. Get a regular 25c box of BUKETS from any druggist. In four days If not pleased your money back. Locally at S. M. Snow's and Joseph Sahlmark's, Druggists. Lyman Everst, 27, Ludington, arrested by city police for driving with improper license plates pleaded guilty when arraigned before Justice Lester Blodgett Monday afternoon. He agreed to pay the $5 fine and $3.35 costs assessed him I rather than serve five days in | county jail. I John Peterson, 62, Pere Mar- | quettc township, pleaded guilty j to a reckless driving chanre when arraigned before Justice Blodgett this morning. He was fined $25 and assessed costs of $5.15. He elected to pay rather than serve the alternative of 15 days in jail. Arrest was made by sheriff's FOR WINTER COMFORT BURN BUYER'S INDEX •*—#—#—# I — *—«-—#—*—* I; TOMORROW NYAL 2 for 1 SALE Buy Your Household Needs and Save Plenty. Watch for Circular. SAHLMARK'S PHARMACY ..y, « <£ j. _ _ a» __Jt.__it—<¥• ^fc READ f THE APS* Your Progressive Merchants Show You Where to Shop and How You Can Save Money. LOOK THE ADS OVER . . . YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! 5 Acts of WED. THURS. FRI. FULL SHOW AT NIGHT ' "Partial Show Afternoons CHESTER SHERMAN TROUPE Special Clown Numbers. WELLS BROS. TRIO Acrobatics and Bar Work. THE GREAT TOGO Slack Rope and Juggling. THE BONTA TROUPE A Fast Tumbling Act. PAIGE AND JEWETT Comedy Trick Bicycle Riding. MOBILE PRODUCTS Gasoline and Oils General Repair Services For All Cars! Lubricating, Washing, Simonizing. Prompt, courteous attention. We Have Stove Gas. Carl's Super Service Harrison & Loomls Phone 18 Silver Bell or Pocahontas You get more heating comfort for the dollar you spend. . '-"* L. E. Voree and Son Western Michigan Fair Bus Service Available to Fairgrounds from Ludiington BARNETT'S STANDARD SERVICE Let us change your car to Iso-Vis today— Complete Lubrication Service. DUELET BOBIAN TAILOR Odorless Dry Cleaning—One day Service Repairs and Alterations 118 S. James Street ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bills LUDINGTvON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomls Street PENTWATER THEATRE Modcrnly AIR-CONDITIONED TONIGHT I Nights 7 and 9. • A Boy, A Girl, A Fiddle and a h 0»g to Touch Your Heart—and K wfusic from the World's Great" cst Violinist to Thrill You. Dra| ma that's filled with the laugh- I tcr and the shining tears of § youth . . . Kids you can't help loving . . • And music you can't help thrilling to ... As the showmanship lof Hollywoodls foremost producer (Samuel Goldwyn) who ..made .."Dead End"—"Stella Dallas" and Other big hits . . . And the genius of Jascha Heifetz combine to offer one of the premier screen ichicvcments of the year. Rated \ stars—5 bells—It's the Out, standing Picture of the New 'Movie Season. ttud &fou the mile* Mi»A*-+-*<^t.+r**-**-* Y OUR Dodge dealer has the really big new car news this year! In fact, the moment you set eyes on the new 1940 Dodge Luxury Liner, you'll know something new and different has taken place in the automobile industry! For here is more than just another new model—it's an entirely new automobile! It's even bigger and roomier than last year, with more new ideas than you ever dreamed possible in a car priced so low! And topping it all off is the sensational new Dodge Full-Floating Ride—an amazing new kind of ride never before made possible at the Dodge low price! Words cannot describe it, but a ride will speak volumes! That's why we say see your Dodge dealer and get a free demonstration ride right away! No obligation! NEVER BEFORE a ride like, this in a <*r priced so low—-the new Full-Floating Ride in the new 1940 Dodge 1 It's a 25-year engineering dream come truel Wheelbaae is longer, center of gravity has been lowered, wheels are moved backward, seats forward and car weight has been scientifically distributed so that now all passengers ride in the buoyant "Comfort Zone" between the axles! OLD WAY. Now you can say goodbye to the old-style "dog-leg" rear door that made getting in and out of the rear compartment cumbersome and' difficult. NEW WAY. Now, with the new -type Dodge straight rear door, you walk right in and right ' out I Here's another of the many innovations the 1940 Dodge offers yQui AND GIVES YOU MAXIMUM MILEAGE! No mailer where you buy Standard Red Crown ... at horn* or on tour ... you get: 1 Uniformly brilliant performance 2 Inatant response ior start-up, traffic, stiff grades 3 Maximum mileage 4i Smooth power in abundance 5 Higher anti-knock THREE [FINE GASOLINES . . . SOLITB (premium priced) STANDARD RED CROWN (regular priced) STANOUND (tew priced) AT ALL STANDARD OIL DEALERS Enjoy a National..Credit CwM Apply to any Stanford Oil Tune in en the Major OPWM QrtalMl Qmiteur Upur. NEBHEIM MOTOR COMPANY 227 West Ludington Avenue. Schmock's Standard Station t •'''•' •' - '?.,'!» Corner of Rath and Ludington Avenue. AUTO-BOOK LUBRICATION, MM&».

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