The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 21, 1939 · Page 7
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 7

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, September 21, 1939
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN; 3 Reasons For Using WANT ADS 1-Readers, 2-Little Cost, 3-Results PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines * .81 f .72 One day. 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. Count 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 cash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times (hi id 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 ii the same as a line of copy. JUST RECEIVED Ladies' Rayon Panties and Bloomers Small, Medium and Large. Color, Tea Rose. 17c PENNEY'S LET US GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATION— On your wiring job this fall. A high quality Job at lowest possible cost to you. SEE US NOW. E. M. Briggs & Sons, Scottvillc. POPEYE D. 8. Patent Offlct Trademark A High Pressure Sales Force WHAT WOULD S MOU CONSIDER A FAIR PRICE FOR VOL)R. SHI? CAPTAIN BALLAST? /'IT IS VERV CHEAPOKJLV A FRACTION OF VOOR MILLION) DOLLARS A MOST STURDV VESSEL, IF I rfEXCOSE DOSAV SO, J ME ONE MVSELF *-/ IMOMENT Cards of TnanKs HUGHES— We wish lo express our ! heartfelt thanks to all those who assisted in any way during the sickness and death of our beloved daughter and sister, Ruth Olive Hughes. We wish especially to thank Rev. F. E. Stewart for his comforting words, the singers and pallbearers and all who sent flowers and furnished cars. Mlt. and MRS. D. L. HUGHES and FAMILY. Flowers mad Mourning Goods 4 TI'T FLOWERS— And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordine, 810 E. Ludlngton Ave. Personals 7 POOR EYESIGHT—Makes children backward and adults Inefficient. For correct glasses sec Chlnncry, Scott. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed; plain dresses, 49c. Ludington Dry Cleaners, James and Foster Sts. tirecsmaking and Millinery 21 HEMSTITCHING—Stamped goods; children's cotton and knit dresses, suits, sweaters; Needlework Shop, 211 S. Jas. Employment DAY WORK OF ANY KIND— Wanted, Mrs. Cecelia Peterson, 410 West Lud- lngton avenue. Phone 486-J. MARRIED COUPLE WANTED—TO occupy my furnished home and help share expenses. Write O. »., Box 71, f H Dally News. NOTICE—This store will be closed Saturday, Sept. 23. IIRODY IJROS. <;ET VIGOK AT ONOK! Nrw () S trcx Tonic Tablets contain general invlgorators, blood "regenerators." oyster elements for vim. vigor. p~p. Reg. Jl.OO size, special today «yc. Call, write Sahlmark's Pharmacy. Stock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets HOUNDS FOR SALE—Beagle pups rcg- j Istered AKC. Very reasonable. Inq. 1311 S. Madison St. Tel. 901. Poultry and Supplies PULLETS—While Rock and Rhode I Island Red, C mos. old; for sale. Mrs. ! Christian Andersen, R. 1, Custcr. Strayed, ixwv Found 10 LOST—llotwet-n l.udlngtnn and Carr '* Settlement, a white saek containing a quilt, boy's shoes and other articles. Finder please notify Victor Miller, Branch. ! STRAYED—Brown and white Welsh ; springer spaniel, !'•; vrs. old. answers' to "Skipper." Reward to person piv- Inc information leadinK 'o return of : doc. W. 1C. Thaxton, 410 N. Rath Ave > Tel. 5X5. Merchandise •>^> - rtJ-«_»-X^ ^^-^X'VWXX'WNX'VX^. Articles tor Sale HAJIGAIN—Browning automatic 12- gauge shotgun, 2 yrs. old, $62 new. A real bargain at 539.50. E. M. Briggs Sons. Scottvillc. Automobile* for Sate DEER RIFLE—And one double barrelled hammerless Shotgun. Also used heat- lers. cook stoves and heatrolas. Bob's New ik Used Furniture Store, 501 East Dowland St. SELLING—Used furniture, cook stoves, healers and heatrolas. Bob's New Used Furniture Store. 501 E. Dowland. 1 TOR SAI.K—(itodel-A Fordi, Chevrolet*. Plymouth*. l'*ed cars, $20.00 up. Bar- , ton's. East Ludlnglon avenue. > F»rm and Dairy Products 55 I A \. n l/"\l C= IT A SHOULD DO NICELV FOR OUR JOURWEV TO KJEUTOP1A I MUST ) IKJFOR.M POPEV ACCORDINGLY c _, , STJ MILLION Copr. (9iy, King Feature! Syndicate; lac.. World ngliti mtrveq Unroyal Flush SCOKCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. h. Pateni Office NOW, iS^/jy FACE RED/ \ HAVEN'T A CENT WITH ME// PLEASURE'S THAT'S AAIGHTY DECENT OF YOU REALLY—I DON'T KNOW1*OW--- .^ Fly in the Ointment DICKIE DARE DOOBTLS66 JUG WAS rHAr HAP NOW, M FR/eNP, At(j£r gtfO^E/ttE"-.^ (3OT/4 DATE TO OUT TH£ ._ ALL ABOUT! THE POR6UAHC& Or* Business Service Repairing — Service Stations 16 AUTO REPAIRS— By experienced workmen that will save you money every day. Belka tiarage. 1102 S. Madison St. Services Offered Ifc CONCORD GRAPES—50e a bu. at farm, 2 mis. N. of Stiles corners. Tel. 14-F- 41. G. II. Harmon, R. 2, Ludington. I-OR SALE—Tomatoes, potatoes, squash, cabbage; also 8-yr.-old horse. Charles Tetzloff, :l ^ mi. S. of Amber corners. AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE— RCA Victor Radio. Expert service on any radio. 223 S. James St., and Scottville FOR SALE—Good tomatoes, 35c bu.; cabbage, P-i Ibs., sweet corn, 35c bu.; peppers. lOc do/.; also other vegetables, llelgc Johnson, '•.: ml, S., 1st house E. of Amber Station corners. ! FOR SALE—Large, smooth Pondcrosa I tomatoes and other varieties. Mrs. j Albert Lichtc, Z\\ mis. E. Chauvcz 1 corners. POT.A' V OES FOR SALE—50c per bu.; also -UTOts anM rhubarb. Norman Rand.. G mis. S. of Ludington, R. 3. on US-Ill. FARMERS ATTENTION—Dead slock re- j nioval. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKEGON RENDERING CO. Tel. i Scoltvllle, 129-F-ll. ' (.OLD DROP PEACHES—Are now ready. Your last chance for good canning peaches. R. .1. Filch, R. 3. Ludington. Tel. ll-F-2?. TOMATOES—25r a bu. Bring baskets and pick them yourself. K. .IcudeVine. i.. mi. S.. 2nd house E. of Amber corners. Fuel, Fe«tt, Fertilizers 36 SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETUKE FEED BARN. Phone ItiS-W. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FIVE-ROOM—Ground floor, unfurnished apartment for rent. Inq. 405 N. Rath Ave. FOR SAI.K—Dry Hard Wood $2.75 a cord, two cords $5.00. Also kindling wood. Delivered. .Telephone G70-M. THRHE-ROOM—New, modern,, turn, apt., private bath, Norse refrigerator; also furn. room. Inq. 301 N. Delia St.. 108 FIRST ST.—3-room furnished apt., full bath, heat and light furnished. Adults only. Tel. 334-M after 6 p. m. SCOTTVILLE NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. H. Patent Offlcf Houses for Rent DRY HARD WOOD—$2.00 a cord at my home, 2 cords $5.00 delivered. C. 15. Jaggcr. Tel. 5-F-12. 57 MODHRN HOUSE—For rent at 206 NorUi Franklin street. Olmstead & Ncwberg. I'hone 22 or 792 evenings. BEEF ROASTS Choice Chuck Cuts, Ib. Swift's Premium VEAL STEAK Ib. PURE LARD PORK CHOPS Choice center cuts, lb. cnd cuts> 19c 25X SIDE PORK Fresh, lean, COTTAGE CHEESE lb. Sweet in / Potatoes 1 Uf 5 Ibs. ROUND STEAK or SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 25c FRESH GROUND BEEF, 2 Ibs. 29c SMOKED PICNICS, lb. 15c SLAB BACON, by the piece, lb. 15c SLICED BACON, !/s lb. pkg. 9>/2C PILLSBURY'S BULK FARINA 3 Ibs. 17c "Twice the amount of 2 Igc. boxes of Cream of Wheat." CATSUP,.. 3 Igs. bills. 25c VIKING COFFEE ... 3 lb. bag 39c BLISS COFFEE,... lb. 23c BALL or KERR CAN COVERS,.. doz. 19c KERR TOPS, doz. 9c JAR RUBBERS, 3 doz. lOc FRUIT JARS, qls. 69c FRUIT JARS pis. 59c "We also have wide mouth jars, all sizes." FELS NAPTIIA SOAP, 10 bars 41c ROMAN CLEANSER, quart 9c CAMAY SOAP, 3 bars 17c "Comb, Ic extra." Good Things lo Eat NEW HONKY NOW KKADY — Save money, brinR own container. John M. A. Hanscn, y> ml. N. of Stiles corner. CMWEK HONEY—7c a lb. UrinR containers. 5 cal. $4.00 delivered in county. A. K. Kirkman, H. 2, Custcr. Household Goods 69 BARGAIN PRICES—On good used gasoline engine hashing machines, cream separators. range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. COOK STOVE FOR SALE—Also a bed 1'iHt sonic tables. Inq. 410 E. Dowland St. Keai Brokers in Real Estate R FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Healty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Farms and Land for S&ie 83 FARM FOR SALE—!/i mi. N. of Ilamlin townliull; .Eric Carlson's farm. JUST RECEIVED—An all-cotton 50-lb. mattress, J4.-15. W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTKK. LARGE SIZE—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal heaters. Your offer. LARGE new oil heaters in crates, $5!I.AO; 100 oil free. Wallace Knras, 210 W. Liidin&ton Ave. Tel. 604. OIL BURNING ESTATE HEATER—Like new, used only 3 mos. .will sell for one- hall price for cash; also 11-tube instant tuning Electric Radiola with large cabinet. Tel. 510. RANGE—Combination and gas, ice box and other furniture for sale. Inq. 408 First St. or call 334-M, after 6 p. in. SEE THE ROUND OAK—Coal and wood ranges with imeiiuaicii lieauty and quality at II. Smedbcrg & Sou, Custcr. SEE OUR LINE—Of Wcstclox clocks. The latest models and various colors. Hamilton's, 225 S. James St. AN IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE—10 A. With house and small bnrn, 3 mis. E. on US-31 nc.-ir Eagle school. Tel. 481-M. Inq. 405 S. Madison St. Houses tor Sale 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming house, large family or flats. Bargain for cash. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Lois for Sale 85 LOT FOR SALE—Corner Tlnkham and Washington acenucs. Inq. 416 E. St. SPEED QUEEN WASHER—Heater just like new. and round table, for sale. Inq. 104 W. Dowland St. SEE—The n»w MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE, Scottville. $39.95 and up. FRANK CLAVEAt,. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $34.50 and up. Grotemat's WIFE SAVING STATION. Farm Equipment 61 OXYDOL Z boxes , sm. box, 0c giant, 57 c MARKET BASKET Cor. Wash, & Dowland St. Plenty of Parking Space. (XJMPS WATER~SYST(M3-HAYTDOLS-DOOR HANOERS H. SMEDBERG & SON- CUSTEK. FOR SALE—Good used McCormick- Dcerlng .corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence Mart.i.x, Scottville. Seeds, Plants, Flowers 63 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 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 be placed in a special Labor Exchange department and run tree of charge. BOY'S BICYCLE—24-in. frame; will swap for potatoes, chickens or what have you. Carl GuuBerg, 204 S. Washington Avc. GOOD 10x30 SILO—Will swap for cattle Past Presidents' Luncheon Enjoyed (Continued from Page 5) corted to chairs which had been decorated with bows of yellow and purple crepe paper. They were Mesdames F. J. Reader Sr., who is also President Emeritus of the Aid. Mrs. J. Jay Cox, Mrs. Orve Pittard, Mrs. David Falconer, Mrs. William Falconer and Mrs. M. W. Chinnery. Mrs. Meads greeted them and told of the appreciation of the Aid for their work. She gave a little poem written for the oc- i 'casion. Each one responded I with a few of the highlights of her years of service, which proved most interesting. Mrs. R. R. King) dressed in a lovely pink silk formal, (brought crowns made of evergreen and flowers and placed one on the head of each of the past presidents. Mrs. I. J. Eddy sang a very appropriate song, written for the occasion by Miss Margaret Cook. Flowers were also presented each one. . In conclusion, all joined hands and sang "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," thus closing a very unusual and lovely service. Discuss Program for theYear 1940 Soils conservation chairmen and field men met at Scottville Tuesday, Sept. 19, to discuss the program for 1940, and to make arrangements for the annual local election of field meir and directors. A special dinner was served them at Hotel Mellor, where a social hour was spent before taking up their afternoon work. State men present were Vernon Spencer, vice chairman of the state committee, and Weller Taylor, field man. Representatives of the fol- A MATTER-AINT: HE GOT AN ANVIL ? -.- GOTTA v HAVE AN ANVIL — Y'LL HAVE\'. T' RUSTLE ONE. UP "CANT MAKE THINGS WITHOUT AN ANVIL I 80RROWEP THESE FROM PEM CLISBV—HE WASN'T HOME BUT HE WONT MINQ--THEY AIN'T HIS ANYWAY- HE 0C2ROWEP "FROM RAP KEEPSLY «' -PETERS SUPPE ir.oo RK ALL THE MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT IN THE NEIGHBOR- HOOP HAP BEEN CORNEREP BY THE FORAGING PETERS THE COMBINE IS REAPV TO START IMMEDIATE PROPUCTION ON THE MORROW/ Local DAV Commander Airs Neutrality Views warned against any 'foreign entanglements, 1 seems significantly appropriate," Mr. Saxton said. or anything I can use. Charles Wittc, | lowing counties Were present: ii n p'3i E> ° f Klstlcr ' s station - Tel - Wexford, Missaukee, Grand "" " " Traverse. Leelanau, Benzie, Kalkaska, Manistee, Lake and.Ma- DAIUVIN TULIP BULBS—For sale, large size, named varieties, 25c a doz., $2 a hundred; ulso wood and coal enameled range. Mrs. Lawrence Heise, E. Main St., Fountain. Wanted—To Buy 66 STATE OF MICHIGAN ORORR OF THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION—iHUNGARlAN . PARTRIDGE. T.he Director of Conservation, having made n thorough Investigation of conditions relative to Hungarian Partridge, recommends a closed season THKREFORE, the Conservation Commission, by authority of Act. 230, P. A. 3825, hereby orders that for a period of three years from the first day of October, 1938, it shall be unlawful for any person to hunt, take, or kill or attempt to hunt, tiiue, or kill any Hungarian Partridge in the State Signed, sealed anU ordered published this 10th day of June, 1938. P. J. HOPPMASTER, Director, Department of Conservation. Conservation Commission by: W. H. LOUTIT, Chairman. BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, i heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New & I WAYLAND OSGOOD, Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowlnnd. Secretary, son. Ouster Mrs. Myrtle Kenney accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cory AUR- ustine of Ludington to South Bend, Ind., where they will visit for a week. Lloyd Janowiak and daughter, Dorothy, of Manistee, were guests Sunday at the Guy Sanders home. Mr. and Mrs. William Schreck and Mrs. B. Neilan were in Pentwater Sunday where they spent the day with Mrs. Joe Louisier and Mr. and James McDonald. Mrs. With (Congress meeting m special session today to study proposed changes in the* existing neutrality act, a timely statement was issued this morning by W. G. Saxton, com- mainder -of the Col. Justus Stearns chapter • No. 30. Disabled American Veterans, regarding views of the DAV in the coming neutrality fight. "The president of the United States," he said, "has called a special session of Congress for the purpose of changing our present neutrality act. Every disabled war veteran in the United States should remember that our present neutrality act which forbids our participation in this European conflict through the .sending of arms, munitions or money to the warring nations is just as important a part of our defense as is the army, the navy and the marines. "The warring nations of Europe, with few exceptions, are still deeply indebted to these United States for monies loaned both during and after the last war. Let us not, therefore, again become the object of our government's stupidity of duplicity. Let us stand united as a North Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loppenthein and son. Harold.-recently entertained at dinner and supper for Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brauer and son, Laurence; Edward and William Brauer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson, son, Arthur Jr.,-and daughter, Miss Doris, and Miss Dora Matson, all of Ludington. .« Mr. and Mrs. E. Schroder and people, deeply in syr"t>a-thy with I daughter. Miss Winnie Schroder, of Detroit, were repent the warring nation, but deter- aloof until , week-end guests at the Paajp- mined to remain after this conflict is over at Listing home. Sunday which time we shall be more|Paap entertained , her gue , , , with a motor trip >V " > OUF>' happy to expend our ' * m " " — , , than finances and our resources in healing the wounds of this great catstrophe. Our motto is 'Billions of dollars for . home defense, millions of lives « necessary, but not pne_ cent nor by me mbers of the mgton, visiting .. . parks, harbor <<nn uchp ^sting resort places. Mrs. Schroder and returned 'Monday one life outside the continental limits of our beloved country.' "In troubled times like these, the advice of George Washington, father of our country, who years. e, when word was passed death of Hugh Hannah, a W ly-esteemed and well-l resident of Rlverton lor'-

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