WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE NEWS BRIEFS The nicest cimrtesy that yon can show your ruests 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 10«. Announce Namei—Mr. and Mrs. John Oilligan of North James street have chosen the name Paul Mitchell Oilligan for their infant son, born Friday. Dance—The Victory Grange •will , sponsor a dance for Grangers and their friends on Saturday evening, Sept. 23, at Vctory townhall. Week-end—After spending the week-end at her honi* on Ludington, Route 2, Miss Strong returned Monday afternoon to Muskegon, where she is studying beauty culture. Dorcas^-The Dorcas society of Emanuel Lutheran church will hold Its first- meeting of the fall season this evening nt a^elo'ck at.the home of Miss Mytj3#taatsqri, Ludlngton, Route 4. •••'">• Announce Birth—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Listing of North Riverton announce the birth of an eight-pound daughter, Janet, on Tuesday morning, at home. Mrs. Listing is the former Miss Gladys Paap. To Convention—Dr. R. A. Davis of 109 South Lavinla street left today to attend the annual conference of the Michigan State Medical society. Dr. Davis will return to Ludington on j Thursday evening. | To College—Melville Hayes, »n of Mrs Nora. B. Hayes of 405 South Staffon street, returned Tuesday to East Lansing to take up the studies of his Sophomore y^ar at Michigan State college. During the summer. Mr. Hayes was employed on Pere Marquette car- ferry 32. Return to School—Richard Clough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clough of 200 East Loomis street, left Monday to take up the studies of his sophomore year at Wheaton college, Wheaton, HI. Mr. Clough was accompanied by his brother, Stephen Clough, who will enter Michigan State college at East Lansing this fall. Attend Service—Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Anderson of Grand Rapids motored to Chicago Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Christine Rokholum. All Relatives except Daniel Anderson of Milwaukee attended the service. To New York City—Mr. and Mrs. Aage Jensen, 403 Third street, left Saturday morning for New York City, where they will attend the New York World's fair. Joseph Buck Is Author of Story on Mackinac Is. Joseph Buck, 210 North Lewis street, well-known Ludington resident and former editor of The News, is author of an article, "Mackinac Island Is N.o Car's Land," in the current Sept. 15 issue of Harper's Bazaar maga 1 - zine. The article is one of a travel series in Harper's Bazaar in which various authors describe Interesting regions of the United States. Mr. Buck, in his article, tells of the history of Mackinac island, recounting vividly the background and present-day facilities and traditions which make it one of the most re- nouned resorts in the nation. The story is illustrated by four photos taken by Philip Palmer, well-known local photographer, showing interesting,views of Old Fort Mackinac and its stockade, of the old-fashion fcarriages that flourish on the earless island and of the city as seen from Fort hill. RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key station of each network Is listed In the programs. The Networks: WEAF—WTAM. WTMJ, WQY. WLW, WSM, WMAQ, WOOD, WWJ. WJZ — WLS, WTMJ. WMAQ. WXYZ, WLW, WOOD. WABC—WJB, WHAS. WBBM. Elm Flats All fall grain has been sown in this vicinity and the farmers are busy cutting corn and pull- iiw beans, of which both crops flSte good quality. Rex Carroll of Jackson*-4» tr guest of his sister, Mrs. Frank Gulembo. this week. Ernest Courtland spent last BUYER'S INDEX READ f THE ADS* 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! Thank Participants in Ragweed Drive Members of the Mason County Garden dub, headed by Mrs. J. L. Boone, wish to thank everyone who co-operated in the ragweed and obnoxious weed drive conducted in this region for the past two months. "Ludington Boy Scouts, under direction of Fred Adams, scoutmaster, have done wonderful work during the drive to make Mason county ragweed free," members of the organization Said recently. "We wish to thank all other individuals and organizations who co-operated so splendidly." "It woula oe very gratifying," one member of the organization commented, "if we could clean out all the ragweed in Ludington—there still is some left— before Sept. 26 and 27, when the sixth annual conservation conference for Michigan women will be held here. "If the drive Is continued as extensively and as intensely next year as it was this season I feel that in time this region can be rid of ragweed." week-end at his home, returning to his work in Detroit Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vashon and children of Grand Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pappe and daughter, Ona, of Amber were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Courtland home. The Golden Rule club will meet with Mrs. Marshall Gulembo Sept. 21. The new Custer school bus travels in this district daily to i gather up the 14 pupils that attend Custer school. CALL LETTERS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980, KPAB 770, KFI 640, KMOX 1090, KOA 830. KYW 1020, WBBM 770, WCFL 970, WBAL 1060, tVCCO 810, WABC 860, WKAB 850. WDAP 810, WEAF 660, WENR 870, WGN 720, WGY 780, WHAM 1150, WHAS 820, WHO 1000, WIBO 570, WJJD 1130, WSM 650, WJB 750, WJZ 760. WLS 870, WLW 700, WMBI 1080, WKZO 590, WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270, WOW 590, WO WO 1160, WSB 740, WTAM 1070, WTIC 1060, WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 620. (Eastern Standard Time) NEW YORK, Sept. 20.—President Roosevelt's message and opening of the special session of Congress to take up the neutrality question will go on the air Thursday. The broadcast will be in two sections. Preliminary activities will 'be carried by MBS-chain at 11:45 a. m. and WEAF-WJZ- NBC' at 12 noon. The president's message is expected to begin at 2, with this part' of the broadcast starting on WJZ-NBC, WABC-CBS and MBS at 1:45 and on WEAF-NBC at 2. Also, MBS plans to rebroadcast a recording; of the message at 6:30. TONIGHT: Heavyweight fight at Detroit^-WJZ-NBC 9:30 Joe Louis vs. Bob Pastor. European schedule — WEAF- NBC 6:15 and 11; WABC-CBS 7:55; WJZ-NBC and MBS- chain 9. WEAF-NBC—7 One Man's Family; 7:30 Tommy Dorsey; 8 What's My Name; 8:30 George Jessel Guests; 9 Kay Kyser's College. WABC-CBS — 6:30 Buddy Clark music; 7 Phil Baker; 7:30 Paul Whiteman band; 8 Thea- ter of Stars; 9:45 Walter W. Van Kirk on "A Program for Peace." WJZ-NBC—6 Easy Aces; 6:30 Cloutler Calling; 7 Ransom Sherman Presents; 7:30 Hobby Lobby; 9:05 Spitalny orchestra. MBS-chain—7:30 Kom Kippur services; 8:30 Percy Faith music. THURSDAY: European sched- ule—'WEAF-WJZ-NBC 7 a. m.; WEAF-NBC 11 a. m. and 4:15 p. m.; WABC-CBS 7 a. m. WEAF-NBC—12:45 p. m. Music] 5 Jimmy Kemper's songs. CBS-chain—2 Army band; 5:30 Day of Atonement. WJZ-NBC— 11:30 a. m. Farm and Home hour; 3:30 p. m. Rhythm Auction. THURSDAY SHORT WAVES: GSD, GSF, GSB London 6:30 Menges String quartet; 2RO Rome 7:30 Opera selections; TPA4 Paris 8:30 Chamber music; DJD Berlin 9:15 Vienna concert. MARKETS AND FINANCE (Additional Markets on Page 8) NEW YORK STOCKS (2:30 P. M. EDT) Adams Express 10 3 ,'<i Am Can 110'i Am Smelt & Ref 58% Am Tel & Tel 160% Am Wt Wks 13% Anaconda 34 li Armour of 111 7 'A Auburn Auto 4 Aviation Corporation 6'/4 Bordcn 21% Calumet & Hecla 9 Ches & Ohio 42 Chrysler 88 Colum O & El 7 3 ,i Com'wlth South l a /o Curtiss Wright 7% Detroit Edison 117',i Elec P&L 9 General Elec 41 Va Gen Foods 40','z General Mtot 53% Hudson Mot 6'/ 4 lilt Harvest > 68 Vz Int Nick Can 40'/ u Int Tel & Tel 5>,' B Kennecott Corp 42% I.igg & Myer"s B 99 Marshall Field 15Va Masonlte Corp 32>/ 2 Montgomery Ward 54 Motor Wheel 16 Nash-Kelvlnator R 7 /n National Biscuit 22% Natl Power & Light 8% New York Central 20% North American 22V« Packard '^Va Penney (J C) 86 Phelps Dodge 45% Philips Pete 45VB Pullman 38 Radio S'/B Radio Kelth-Orp l*'n Reo Motor ..: 1 •« Rppubllc Steel 27>i St. L-San Fran ,'* Sears-Roebuck "° South Cal Edison 25',B Standard Brands 6'•« Standard Gas & El 3 /a Standard Oil Cal 30-Ta Standard Oil Ind 28 Va Stand Oil N J 51 ',4 Studebaker 'Ha Underwood El 42% Union Carbide 90','n Union Pacific 100" 4 United Corp 3 U S Steel 771/2 Wabash 2 Yellow T & C 19% Upper Hamlin Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Swansby of Ludington visited Sunday, Sept. 17, with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mucha at their cottage at Upper Hamlin lake. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Egner and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egner and little daughter, Alice Mae, of Flint, spent last week-end at the J. B. Robinette home. The sudden death of Mrs. Joseph Ruba of Victory was a shock to this community and extends its sincere sympathy to the bereaved family in their great loss. William Mallory visited Saturday evening, Sept. 16, at the Frank Beaune home. 'Charles Schureman left Sept. 14 for Seattle, Wash., where he will spend a week visiting relatives and friends. Fred Beaune spent last weekend at the home of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Beaune, at Maple Grove Inn. Many from this vicinity attended Western Michigan fair last week. Barbara Anderson was an overnight guest of Lorraine Beaune Monda'y evening, Sept. 18. Friends and neighbors are glad to learn that Mrs. Barbara Sladick is recovering nicely from a recent operation at Paulina 'Stearns hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Smedely announce the birth of a son at Paulina Stearns hospital on Thursday, Sept. 14. Records show that a relative rarely puts in a claim for a suicide's gun. BEFORE A COID GETS A REAL START Use a few drops of Va-tro-nol. It's a wonderful help in preventing colds from developing. ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE f, Auto Repair BlUi LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 609 W. Loomli Btret* PYROFAX Trade-Mark GAS SERVICE Cooks—Heats Water—Make* Ice In Homes Beyond the Gas Main* CHARLES PETERSON West Filer St., Ludington Phone 680 . VA-TRO-NOL WHEN THEY THINK OF Flowers THEY THINK OF GREGORY'S SERVICE— FOR years this firm has been supplying flowers to the people of Ludington and vicinity. No order has been too difficult to fill. You'll find our service is exacting yet extremely reasonable in price. IF you wish flowers sent anywhere—we attend to it for you. will WM. GREGORY & SON FLORJSTS Phone 91 MEW 1940 HUDSON SIX HERE TODAY... AT A ROCK-BOTTOM PRICE THE CAR TO SEE WITH THE "OTHER THREE" HUDSON ALSO PRESENTS: New Hudson Eight, a new kind of low-priced Straight Eight, and its brilliant companion car, the New Super-Six . *. New Country Club Sedans, luxury sensations of the year. Top value in every popular price class, starting with the lowest! 4 THE BEST ^LUBRICATION tn'Town (Only 7-5c! We Use ALEMITE Greases SUBURBAN SERVICE STATJON laid. Ave. &,Lewis St. Phone 1570-W NEW LOWER PRICES STARTING RT tfffiZF^ iubiect to ithout notice. AMERICA'S SAFEST CARFARE NOW* AMERICA'S SMARTEST Car iUuitrattd It ntw HuJttn Silt Dt Luxt Taming StJtm, |&>£t dtlivtnd in Dttnit, tquippid tt drift ECONOMY WINNER: 32.66 miles per gallon in 1000-mile test! Running at a constant 29.98-mile average speed, on Utah Salt Flats. Car with overdrive and optional rear axle ratio. Even in ordinary "stop-anti-go" driving, which, of course, uses more gas, Hudson Six economy will amaze you. ENDURANCE WINNER: 20,000 miles at average speed of 70.5 miles per hour! 81 new official records*! -No stock car ever went so far so fast as this lowest priced Hudson Six. And endurance, so convincingly proved in this racking "torture test," means longer life, lower upkeep cost and higher resale value. •68 Glut D »d M Unlimited Racordi, c«rtlfl*d b» 4. A. A. ContMt Board; Omr equipped with orerdrlv* and option*] re»r ul« rmtlo. NEW HUDSON SIX • NEW EIGHT ond SUPER-SIX • NEW COUNTRY CLUB SEDANS GEORGE E. HAULER We try to build good will byren- dering a better V v v 1 # V V V 8 8 V 8 8 service. Dorreil Funeral Home INCLUDED IN THE NEW FALL FASHION NOTES Are mi -lady's beauty \aids —We have theni— tnelflh- est that the market offers. THE NEW YARDLEY COMBINATION OFFER $1.10 Compact $1.10 Box of Face Powder $2.20 value, for only $1.85 50c Jergen's Lotion •• 25c Jergen's all purpose face cream 75c value for only 49c 50c Hinds Honey Almond Cream 20c Two lOc cakes of Hind's Soap 70c value for only 49c • Evening In Paris ' • Coty ' • • Harriet Hubbard Ayers • . • Max Factor LEWIS DRUG STORE WANGEN BUILDING I Cor. of Foster & James Phone 242 BUY A $ 25 SUIT AT WARDS for only Styled by Brandon Enjoy Wards Finer Fit... Better Tailoring! Got your eye on "something a little better in the way of a suit" this Fall? Looking for an outfit that'll make you feel like a million—without shooting holes in your budget? Then slip into one of these suits right now! Watch the way the jacket drapes, the way it broadens your shoulders and nips in your waist. Notice how roomy and comfortable the trousers are. See how smart and new every pattern is! No alteration charge.'" $3 A MONTH ... 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