The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 20, 1939 · Page 11
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 11

Ludington, Michigan
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Wednesday, September 20, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE ELEVEN — . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ News Want Ads Are "Livewires"; To Get Best Results Hook Up With Them PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS i»ally rate per line for consecutive Inlerlions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 Hnc» I .81 I .72 One clay. 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time Insertion rate; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. fount six 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 ailowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject nny Classified advertising copy. Itnlc per line for white space If the name as a line of ropy. ^Announcements Flowers aad Mourning Goods 4 CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. R7'J. Frank Nordinc, 810 K. Ludinglon Ave. JUST RECEIVED New .Shipment of Growing Girls' OXFORDS $1.98 Sizes 3 Mi to 8. In new colors and designs. PENNEY'S POPEYE D. 8. Patent Office Trademark Register** A Houseboat by Any Other Name A LOBSTER- 8UR6ER? Horses, Cattle, Vehicles PULLETS—White Hock and Rhode Island Red, fi mos. old; for sale. Mrs. Christian Andersen, R. 1, Custer. Personals Merchandise Articles tor Sale 61 HAJICAIN—Ill-owning automatic 12- gaiiBC shotgun, 2 yrs. old, $62 new. A real bargain at $39.50. E. M. Briggs & Sons, Scottvillc. WELLINJGTOU :sr DELICIOUS! YOX1LV ABOUT i SUPPOSE (FIFTYCEWTS i OWE. vou SOMETHING f V/ELL, JUST HELP^ YOURSELF, MR. GEEZIL, I HAVE AMILLIOK1 DOLLARS TO PURCHASE A SH\P---HELP VOURSELF TO S\XTV r CEMTSy- PER HAPS VOL) HAVE HEARD DF ME, I AM CAPTAIN! . HAVE A SHIP FOR SALE AV4D A FINE SHIP SHE JS.TOO-- WOULD VOU CARE TO COME ABOARD — WITH SOUR K/11LLIOKK DOLLARS^ VES, CAPTAIN) 1 BALL AST, AS, SOON AS I FISJtSH MV LOBSTER- BURGER World riRhti .rtKtvfd Coor. 1^)9, King Ft it ore* Syndicate, Inc SCORCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. h. Paten; Office D ollar~'Diplomacy COUPLE WANTED— TO oc- IMIPV my furnished home -and help share expenses. Write O. D., Box 71, e o Daily News. Strayed, l/wsv Found 19 nr.nniNC—Lost roll of nodding marked R. (.'. r. between I.udlngton and Hart. Call Chas. Prtcrson Tel. 680 or 110. l,OST_\Vhite cold Klein wrlsl watch. Course taken: 14IW'.. S. Madison, W. 1 blk. on Fifth, N. on Jefferson to hospital. Krliirn to Mrs. ll.irold Kennedy, Paulina Stearns hospital. KEVVAKD. LOST—llelween Ludington and Carr Settlement, a white sark contalnlnR a unlit, hoy's shoes and other artleles. Kinder notify Victor Miller, Itranch. '<Kfl DKKR RIFLE—And one double barrelled hammcrless Shotgun. Also used heat- ters, cook stoves and heatrolas. Bob's New & Used furniture Store, 501 tost Dowland St. WE HAVE—A beautiful assortment of engagement and wedding ring sets at various prices. Hamilton's, 225 S. .las. F»rm and Dairy Product* 56 CONCORD GRAPES—50c a bit. at farm, 2 nils. N. of Stiles corners. Tel. H-F- 41. O. I). Harmon, R. 2. Ludington. FOR SALE—Tomatoes, potatoes, squash, cabbage; also 8-yr.-old horse. Charles Tct/.loff, :l ,i ml. S. of Amber corners. (, LADV IN £ DISTRESS? CX H MUST'VE. LEFT IT IN THE CAB.' NOW, LADV, \ you WOULDN'T \ TRV TO FO /v\E, WOULP you 2 KL. ' PARDON, BUT YOU SEEM TO BE IN SOME SORT OF TROUBLB - \CANJ_HELP? STRAYED—Brown and white Welsh sprlnner sl>»tilel, I'-, yrs. old, answers to "SMppiT." Reward to person Riv- IHR infnrmallati le.idltiK t« return of iliiK. W. E. Tlmxton. 410 N. Rath Ave. Tel. r,X5. Automotive ^VN^X^*X*ta^^ p V^X>^-^%^\^%X* Anlomobllea for Sal* 11 FOR SALK—CSood tomatoes, 35c bu.; i rahhage, I'*. His., sweet corn, 35c bu.; i peppers, lOc do/.; also other vege- I tables, llelge Johnson. 1-, ml. S., 1st i house E. of Amber Station corners. i FOR SALK—Large, smooth 1'onderosa I Ioni.1 tors and other varieties. Mrs. I Albert Llchte, "i\ i mis. E. Chauvcz ; corners. j CRAPES FOR SALF—r>0e a bu. Pick I them yourself. .!. II. Gainertsfelder & Son. Tel. 22-F-G. DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered U. S. Patei»~ Office Fit to Be Tied BARGAIN rs« CARS—1934 V-R, 1912 M»di-l-R Ford, I!tt0 Model-A Ford. 1929 Korrt- also cars for $25 and up. Brody Urns.. !Z9 K. Dowland St. Fuel, Feed. Fertilizer* 36 8ACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 16S-W. FOR SAI.r— model-A Fords, Chevrolets, KOR SALE—Dry Hard Wood $2.7.1 a Plymouth's. I'sert cars, $20.00 up. Bar- ro| .,| (wo rn rds $.'..00. Also kindling Ion's, Fast Ludtngton avenue. wood. Delivered. .Telephone 670-M. SEASONKI) HARD WOOD—For sale; 1 ci>rd. $2.50; 2 cords, $-1.75; Delivered. Phone 30H-I-. Eur-iness Service f—Service Stations 16 At'TO REPAIRS—By experienced work- jiH-n Hat- will save yoiK money -every rt.iv. Brlka (iarage. 1103 S. Madison St. Services Offered 18 Al. DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—RCA Victor Radio. Expert service on any radio. 225 V James St., and Scottvllle Good Things to Eat 57 NEW TIONKY NOW RKAIW — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hansen, <<i ml. N. of Stiles corner. Household Goods 69 TAR.UERfi ATTENTION—Dead stock removal Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKKCON RENDERING CO. Tel. Scottvllle, I29-F-11. LET UsTilVr:I YOU AN ESTIMATION— I on your wiring job this fall. A high ; •inailiy Job at lowest possible cost to ; you. "SEE US NOW. E. M. Briggs & j Suns, Scottvllle. | POOR KYKSKJIIT—Makes children | h;ukw;ird and adults Inefficient. For | correct, glasses sec Chinnery, Scott, j m—J—'^s.; .,•-=*= i Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed; plain dresses. Jflc. Ludinglon Dry Cleaners, .Limes and Foster Sts. liARCAIN PRICKS—On good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves. electric ranges, ga.solinc stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. GASOLINE RANGE—White table-top, A-l condition, economical to operate. Inq. JOG S. Delia M. after 5 p. in. LARGE SIZE—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal heaters. Your offer. LARGE new oil heaters in crates, $59.50; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludingtou Ave. Tel. 604. K£EP COIN PALI ONE 4ND QUITE HAPPV no BUT OUR FRIEND. NUMBER Tr/£E=E> MAY NEEP Specials at the Stores 64 SEE THE AMA'/ING—Power-Air Conditioning feature on the 1!>3» Duo- Theriii oil heater. Blows a 20-mi. hrei-ze in summer and a flood of heat in the winter. Free to all who purchase healers before Oct. I. II. Smcd- hcrfi & Son, Custer. Employment IIel» WantcC—Male 33 WANTED—Chef for Night Shift. In- eiulre 310 S. James St. Business Opportunities 38 RESTAUICA.NT—For sale. Doing excellent business. Owner must sacrifice. Address C. S., Box 71, c/o News, Live Stock ^%^S^.^Ni^t^«^S.XS^>^^v^^^^^X Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 HOUNDS FOR SALE—llcaglc pups registered AKC. Very reasonable. Inn- nil S. Madison St. Tel. 901. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 RANCH—Combination and gas, ice box and other furniture for sale. Inq. 408 First St. or call 3.14-M. after 6 p. in. SEE OUR NEW—Flex Steel bed spring. ] (iiiaranteed for 25 years. Much easier to clean than the coil springs. A light, strong spring. \V. E. READER & CO.. in CUSTER. 'UHRHK-ROOM—New, modern* turn, apt., private bath, Norijc refrigerator; also furn. room. Inq. 301 N. Delia St. I 10R FIRST ST.—3-room furnished apt., full bath, heat and light furnished. Adults only. Tel. 331-M after (i p. m. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will he published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must hear name and address of advertiser. They must be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will he placed in a special Labor Exchange department and run free of charge. Houses (or Rent SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $34.50 and up. Grotcmat's WIFE SAVING STATION. Farm Equipment 61 PUMPS WATtnVirtMS-MAY TOOLS OOOB KAMOCRS H. 8MRDBERO SON- CUSTER. FOR SALE—Good used McCormick- Dccrlng corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence MalMx, Scottvlltc. The only snake immune to the poison of the rattler is said to be the king snake. MODI,UN HOUSE—For rent at 206 North Franklin street. Olmstead &. Newberg. Phone 22 or 7!I2 evenings. Real , Estate Brokers in Real Estate R BOY'S BICYCLE—24-in. frame; will swap for potatoes, chickens or what have you. Carl Gunjicrg, 204 S. Washington Ave. GOOD 10x3(1 SILO—Will swap for cattle or anything 1 can use. Charles Wiltc, 1 mi. E. of Kistler's station. Tel. Ki-F-31. MIXED HAY—And "Brown Hen" insulator; will swap for little pigs or what have you. I5en Comslock, 1 mi. S. of Bachelor school, It. 1, Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers and daughter, Doris, of Springfield, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. George Burton and Mrs. Ed. Zimmerly, all of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Myers and sons, James and Raymond, of Kalkaska; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Petersen and daughter, Katheryn, of Coldwater; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Myers of Ludington, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Walters and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reader, all of Custer; and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith and son, Robert, also Jess Foster of Musj kegon, week-end guest of Robert NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS .^t^rtST Mr. and Mrs. Burton also left for Chicago Sunday. Mrs. Zimmerly remained for the week and plans to leave this week-end, accompanied by Mrs. Reader and Mrs. Smith, who will go to Chicago for over Sunday. FOR BARGAINS—In city, faun and resort property sec Home Realty Co., Room X, Nat'l Bank Bldg. i Farms and Land for Sale 83 FARM FOR SALE— </, mi. N. of Iliunlin townhall; Eric Carlson's farm. Bouses tor Sale 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming house, largo family or flats. Bargain for cash. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Benson, Nat'i Bank Bldg. Lots for Sale SCOTTVILLE (Continued trom Page 4) FETED Oil 85 NEW FALL ARRIVALS DESKS All styles and descriptions. Spinet, Modern, Kneehole, Drop Lid and Secretaries. BUILDING LOTS—90x150 ft., $35 each, cash; one block from Long Lake, Walhalla. Mrs. C. I'helan. Herodotus, who flourished in i the fifth century B. C., is I known as "the father of his- ' tory." Trench warfare is thought by some to hatve originated in a battle at Corinth, Miss., during the Civil war. More than 150 different machines arc frequently employed in the manufacture of a single shoe. AH prices, anywhere from $8.37 to $41.87 Suit your own pockctbook. SEE OUR WINDOW NOW! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers and daughter, Doris, left Sunday for Chicago where they will .spend the week with relatives and friends before going on to after a month's vLsit here. A very happy group spent the week-end at the A. J. Smith cottage on Pere Marquette river, where members of the family gathered to enjoy the hours together. The time was spent in visiting and enjoying the beauties of the lovely spot. Those taking part included v Automobile Insurance P. C. Hansen Furniture Ludington's Leading Home Outfitters 127 South James ; Phone 164 MEMBER NATIONAL JIATED STORES Our policies fully meet the requirements of the new Michigan Financial Responsibility Law. $10.50 " Pay on and up the installment flan EMIL NEWBERG INSURANCE AGENCY Phone ZZ Abstract Bldg. Ludington, Mich. Mrs. Mary Sims will celebrate her 81st birthday anniversary , on Sept. 24 and as her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Metts of Fort Wayne, Ind., were here the .past week, her birthday celebration was held Sunday, Sept. 17. A delicious cmcKen dinner was served with cake and homemade ice cream. The centerpiece of the table was a 'beautiful bouquet of dahlias presented hei' by Mrs. P. B. Jenkins. A birthday cake, prettily decorated and lighted with candles, was made and decorated by her granddaughter, Mary White. Those who helped Mrs. Sims celebrate her birthday anniversary were Mrs. John Metts of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Mrs. Ray Lake and daughters, Leona and Marian, and Glair Pratt, all of Belding; Mrs. Otis Wever and sons of Crystal Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Spuller and baby of Carr Settlement, Mrs. J. White and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blundell and children and the honor guest, Mrs. Mary Sims. Lake County Girls Make Nice Records The two Lake county girls who attended the State fair at Detroit last week made nice records, considering the large number taking part. ~" Marion Kinney, 17, won third place in one department and Sophia Bim'ba, 15, won fifth place in food preparation. A pleasing coincidence was that Marion Kinney's mother, Mrs. Evelyn Kinney, represented her PETERS/ SUPPER// -THEN AMP THERE HORSEFEATHERS PETERS ANP CARPY GIBBONS MERGED ANP WENT INTO THE GENERAL. INVENTING BUSINESS/- SOME MlOrHTT CAUL IT A MEETING OF MINOS « OTHERS, A COLLISION / community at the 4-H club work when she was 17, 23 years ago. Mrs. Kinney, who accompanied the girls, has been in club work during these 23 years. Russell Johnson, • assistant county agent of Mason and Lake counties, accompanied them to Detroit. The four Mason county boys who went to the Conservation reached Milwaukee. She had been ill since January. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nagel and family of Ludington stayed at the Genter home during their absence. Gunn Lake Visits Here Fred Huber, general sales- manager of the Empire Tin Plate company of Mansfield, O., 4 __ , _„- , _ _ - • J. AtVVU V^*-*»l» K*****J *** •.•,— ••---.-•—-—-( -— 'i -H camp at Chatham, have al- while O n a business trip to 1 - -so returned. These boys went' as representatives of their clubs and the conservation department, each club being entitled to a representative. The boys who were in camp lasit week were Leonard Kovalcik, James Hasse, Alfred Adams and Francis Westbrook. Scottville Locals Louis E. Genter and granddaughter, Miss Lillian Forbes, made a trip by boat to Milwaukee Sunday. They had received word of the illness of a sister- in-law of Mr. Genter and made the trip to see her. They were saddened by the word, on their arrival, that the sister-in-law had passed away before they Northern Michigan, stopped off at Gunn lake Wednesday, Sept. 13, to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Isenbarger. Mr. Huber reported that the five and one-half pound small mouth bass caught in Gunn lake this summer by H. O. Dysart, also of Mansfield, had been mounted and is being displayed in the windows of the chief hardware stores of Mansfield, The fish has attracted a-great deal of interested attention and is resulting in favorable advertising- for the excellent fishing to be found in G.unn lake, Mason county. Mr. Huber, while in this vicinity, called on a number of persons in Freesoil whose ac- quaintance he made while on recreation trips to Gunn lake-in past years. ..' > Many persons from Freesoil, Manistee, Fountain and Ludington interested in hunting cra,n- berries in the cranberry bogs east of Gunn lake, were seen on the Gunn lake roads Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martinet Buchanan spent the past week in the William A. Tobey cottage at Gunn lake. ' ..Mr. and Mrs. William.. :E. Tubbs of Freesoil were Sunday evening guests at the E. .V. Isenbarger hOme. ',.'". Dr. ' Harry Wahr of Manatee fished at Gunn lake Sunday. ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Ira Granger and daughter, Betty Lou, w^re Thursday evening visitors, Sept. 14, at the Tubbs' Pinneer Cabin. Representative iRupert _Stephens of Scottville was a lake visitor Saturday. The United States has matic representatives in _.„„ 50 foreign countries. Pay- for service ranges from $2,500 to $10,000.'

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