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MONDAY, SEPT. 25,193$. THE.DAILY NEWS-LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE i NEWS BRIEFS Tho nicest courtesy 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 1M. Tonsilectomy—Duane Bruette, Ludington, Route 2, -underwent removal of his tonsils at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. To Meet—The Ludington Junior Townsend club will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Moose hall. All members are requested to be present. Townsend Club Meeting— Ludington Junior Townsend club will meet at the Moose hall at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Everyone is welcome. Extension qiubs — Ludington Extension clubs 1 and 2 will meet at 7 o'clock this evening at the sewing rqoruj of. Ludington high school".arMJSf&FrPero -MSftrtniette school, respectively. To Mt. Pleasant—Mr. and Mrs. Rex Tower and son, Bill Tower, 209 North Lewis street, motored to Mt. Pleasant Sunday, where Bill will take up the studies of his senior year at Central State Teachers' college. At Home—James Fahcy has returned to his home at 210 North Rath avenue after having been a patient for some time in Paulina Stearns hospital. Mrs. J. H. Scheivel, his sister, arrived recently from Detroit to care for him at his home. To Florida — Mr. and Mrs. tfjncent Novak and daughter, Joan, of Hammond, Ind., friends of Miss Irene Anderzack of 503 Fifth street, will leave at the end of this month for Sarasota, Fla., where they will spend the winter months. Returned — George Zalusky and Phillip Swartz, both of Milwaukee, returned to their homes this morning after spending the past few days at the home of Mr. Zalusky's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zalusky. 315 South James street. Week-End Guests — Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Marx of East Saginaw incl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zuck- •rmandel of Midland returned to heir homes Sunday evening .fter spending the week-end as he gue.sts of Justice and Mrs. lenry Seeba, 317 North Rath venue. Transportation—Any members f the Mason County Garden lub having cars at their dis- osal and willing to take mem- er.s nf the conservation confer- nee to Ludington State park 'ue.sday arc asked to be at Hotel Stearns at 10 o'clock Tuesday norning, it was requested today iy Mrs. J. L. Boone, president of he club. Returned Home- Mr. and Mrs. .aurencc E. Shinsky of Flint returned to their home this morn- iM; after spending Sunday with ihvir parents. Robert Shfnsky of 201 East Melendy street and Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wagner of West Riverton. While in Ludington they also visited at the home of Mrs. Shinsky's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. VanDyke and family of Summit. Announce Birth—Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Johnson of Detroit announce the birth of a son, born Thursday at Highland Park General hospital. The baby •weighed eight and one-quarter pounds at birth and has been named Richard Lee. Mrs. Otto Amcrell, mother of Mrs. Johnson, returned Friday to her home at 201 First street after spending the week in visiting s her son-in-law and daughter at Detroit. Mrs. John B. Murdough of Chicago, summer resident of Hamlin lake, died Sunday at her cottage home at Hamlin at the end of a lingering illness. She was 80 years of age. Born on March 12, 1859, in La- Crossc, Wis., Mrs. Murdough had been a resident of Chicago nearly all her life and had been a summer resident at Hamlin for the past 35 years. Mrs. Murdough is survived by her husband and by four children, Don Murdough of Tama, la., Mrs. Gladys Beal, also of Tama; Mrs. Dorothy Baird of Chicago . and Mrs. Gertrude Hadley of Chicago. The body is being returned to the home in Chicago today in the Dorrell funeral coach. Services will be held in Chicago. ON SEPT. 24 Dale Francis Kammers, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kammers of 725 North Rowe street, died early Sunday evening, at Paulina Stearns hospital after an illness of some duration. The 'baby was iborn on June 16, 1938, at the Kammers home on Ludington, Route 2. The family moved to Ludington five nonths ago. Surviving are the parents and a sister, Philis Ann. The 'body will repose at Morrison chapel until Tuesday morn- ng, at which time it will be removed to the Kammers home on North Rowe street. Services will be held at 10 a. m. Wednesday at St. Simon's Catholic church. Interment will be made at Pere Marquette cemetery. 'OWER "STRIKE IS STILL UNSETTJL ED Marble School Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone have had as guests during the past week Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mackey and son, Ivan, of Michigan City, Ind.; Mr. and .Mrs. Erwin Duchanc and daughters, Joyce and Diane; Mr. ana Mrs. William Timmerman, Miss Virginia Duchane and friend, all )f Bay City, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and children, rlosc Mary, Margaret Ann and Alan, of White Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wemple ind daughter, Patricia, and md Mrs. Wemple's parents, tnd Mrs. Gaard, all of Muske- on, spent last week-end at ne home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilim Wemple Sr. and other 'atives. \jK\ss Mildred Thomas, who s been employed at Traverse ty for the summer season, s been spending a few days th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. iuglas Thomas. Mrs. Mary Astra spent several ys this week at tne home of r daughter, Mrs. John Hirr, of Ludington. Mrs. ; Riutbv:Slagle and chil- •en, wrtillpp Mary Lou, and yman•'• ForB^Si drovo. to Peach- lie Tuesday afternoon, Sept. ., and called at the Chauncey atterson home. Miss Doris Lannon. who has ien employed at Walhalla for iveral mopths, is spending me time at the home of her trents, Mr. and Mrs. George ley. Vlr. and Mrs. E. K. Adams d family have returned to elr home in Detroit ' after ending a week at the Manley nan home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone tended the funeral of Hugh annah of Riverton Friday, pt. 22. . Miss Onabelle Cable was a pper guest of Doris and Marry Lannon Wednesday, Sept. Carr Settlement The Custer (bus, driven by .oibert Rader, picks up Georgina Vanas, Tressia Peterson, Wood, Berry Stella- .obert Taylor, Douglas (Continued from Page 1) diation 'board. He then sent the disputants jack into conference with the labor 'board, after the board's chairman, Arthur E. Raab, had suggested that national executives of the company and the unions be called to Lansing to :ielp to arrive at a settlement. LANSING, Sept. 25.—(/I 3 )—The strike of CIO employes of the Consumers Power company went aefore Governor Luren D. Dickinson today, after a week-end marred by minor outbreaks of violence. Pickets continued to patrol company plants and service buildings in the Saginaw valley. A striker at Saginaw was ar- icsted late Sunday when Sheriff Hugo A. Muehlenbeck said the man threw a rock through the windshield of a non-striking em- ploye's automobile. First violence of the strike occurred here Saturday, when William Diamond, an electrical crew foreman, was allegedly beaten by pickets at a service building. Sheriff Muehlenbeck reported early today that telephone wires leading into the Zilwaukee plant, north of Saginaw, had been cut during the night. W. B. Petty, international representative of the IBEW, injected a jurisdictional question into the dispute Sunday when he asked that the governor hold an election to determine which of the two unions has a majority among company employes. "The Utility Workers Organizing committee has clearly demonstrated that they represent a very small minority of the Consumers Power Co. employes," Petty contended in a telegram to the governor. "This is proven by the fact that only a handful of employes responded to the strike call by the UWOC." Electrical service in the areas affected by the strike continued without interruption over the week-end, though at Sagin«iw company officials reported power lines had been short-circuited by what they said were metal objects .thrown across the wires. Union spokesmen have said they would not attempt to shut off power or gas supplies unless the company attempted to employ strikebreakers. 'bus, driven 'by Howard Shivley, as as passengers George Vasi- eck, Wilbu^ Masten, Dick Tyndall, Irene Dltlowe, Patrick Locke, Norma Thume, Marion and Shirley Miller and Helen Peterson. Mrs. Walter Locke panied some Chain-O-Lakes go Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Misteli, Barbara Burwell and son, Roland, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mohler and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thume and family Sunday, Sept. 17. MARKETS AND FINANCE NEW YORK STOCKS (2:30 P. M. E.D.T. Prices) Adams Express 10% Am Can lllii Am Smelt & Ret 58 Am Tel & Tel 181'.4 Am Wat Wks 13% Anaconda 34 Armour of 111 7'/4 Auburn Auto 4 Aviation Corporation 6','4 Borden Caluni Time Schedules Mall, Rail, Boat and Bus Pcrc Marqucttc Passenger Trains Westbound, arrive 11:10 a. m. Eastbound, leave 12:50 p. m. Dally, except Sundays Pcrc Marquctte Carfcrrlcs Lcnve for Milwaukee, Wls 3 a. m., 11 a. m.. 7 p. m. Arrive from Milwaukee 2:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m., 6 p. m. Leave for Manltowoc, Wls 4 p. m., 3:30 a. m. Arrive from Manltowoe 3:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Leave for Kewauncc, Wls 8 a. m. Dally, Sundays Included Call dock office for dally Information. All boats carry automobiles. Bus Lines Leave for Muskegon, etc. . .8:30 n. m., 12:30 p. m., 4:15 p. m. Arrive from Muskegon, etc. ..10:50 a. m., 4:05 p. m., 7:35 p. m. Leave for Traverse City, etc 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:59 a. m., 6 p. m. Dally, Sundays Included Leave for Baldwin 5:30 p. m. Outgoing Malt Weekdays Southbound mall (mall truck) closes 9:30 a. m. Eastbound mall (train) connecting with north and south trains, closes 11:30 a. m. Southbound (mall bus) closes 2:30 p. m. Eastbouaid (bus) connecting with. north and south trains, clases 4:30 p. m. Outgoing mall Sundays (mall truck) closes 5 p. m. Incoming Mail Weekdays From south (mall truck) 7:30 a. m. Prom cast (train) 11:10 a. m. From south (mall bus) 10:45 a. m. From east (bus) 9:40 p. m. Incoming mall, Sundays (mall truck) 9:30 a. m. FROM SCOTTVILLE Pert- MarqiicUc Passenger Trains From cost, nrrlv,i 10:59 a. m. Eastbound, leave 1:02 p. m. Bus Lines Leave for Traverse City, etc 11:15 a. m., 7:15 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Leave for Ludlngton 11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Lutllng- ton ..11:15 a. m., 5:45 p. m., 7:15 p. m. Leave for Baldwin 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Baldwin 9 p. m. Outgoing Mail Northbound mall (mall truck) closes 7:30 a. m. Southbound mall (mall truck) closes 9:15 a. m. Westbound (train) closes ..10:40 a. m. Eastbound (train), connecting with north and south trains, closes 12:40 p. m. Eastbound (bus), connecting with north and south trains, closets 5:30 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes (T p. in. Incoming Meal From south (mall truck) 7:45 a. m. Arrives from east (train) ....10:59 a. m. Arrives from west (train) 1:02 p. m. Arrives from west (bus) 6:00 p. m. Elect Officers at Business Meeting FREBSOIL.—The annual business meeting was held Wednesday evening at the Latter Day Saint church. The following officers They Wear 'Em, Too were elected to carry on the branch and church school work for the coming year: Branch president—Elder J. E. Bennett. Assistant president—E1 d-e r John Randall. Branch clerk—Mrs. William Tubbs. Branch treasurer—W i 11 i a m Tubbs. Pianist—Mrs. Mabel Foster. Librarian—James Crofoot. Auditing committee—M r s. Fred Reek with choice of helpers. SCOTTVILLE News From Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. PRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Home, 126-F-li.) An unusual sight in Devon, England—a monk wearing a gas mask while out for a stroll. But it's not unusual in war days for England fears—and prepares for—air raids. flT FLIT Amber Station school held its first Parent-Teacher association meeting of the year at the townhall Friday evening, with a good attendance. Mrs. Allison Moran, the new president, opened the meeting and Mrs. William Buffenbarger, secretary-treasurer, read the reports. Routine business was disnosed of and a committee appointed to plan for some representation at the Harvest festival. The committee appointed includes Mrs. C. E. Hubbell, Mr. and Mrs. Evar Carlson, Mrs. F. Barclay ana Mrs. Louis Rohrmoser. Committees announced for next month are as follows: Mrs. R. Mortensen and Mrs. Whitney; refreshments, Mrs. C. E. Hubbell and Mrs. Frank Barclay; entertainment, C. Neilsen and Mrs. Robert Hannah. This is to be a hard- times party with both grown- planted by the boys are growing nicely and that out of 1,500 trees plants by the boys, 1,350 were growing nicely. < Mr. Johnson announced that more trees were available to fill in and to complete the plot. The boys have planted their trees on a piece of ground be- Over 100 Persons Join Hunters' Shoot Sunday longing near tl to the ie Rickey township cemetery. and The state assists in the care of the trees until they are satisfactorily started. • " At the close of the evening the hostesses, Mesdames C. Neilsen and Helge Johnson, served coffee, sandwiches, cookies. cake and ups and children in outfits and masks. J. K. Hasse took hard-times charge of the program, the main feature of which was the showing of two delightful and instructive pictures on conservation topics, summer 4-H camp at Gaylord assisted by representing Alfred Chinriery, the Fin and Word was received Sunday of the death of Mrs. Roy Wiggins of Flint, former resident of Mason county who passed away early Sunday at her home in Flint. Mrs. Wiggins, nee iva Houk, was born on March 28, 1889, in Summit township where she lived during the early years of her life. She was married Nov. 22, 1911, to Roy Wiggins and the couple made their home in Mason county until moving to Detroit 22 years ago. Eight years .agoJbhey moved J-oJlint to make their hojne. Surviving are her husband, Roy Wiggins; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Houk of Detroit; four brothers, Austin, Wesley, Lawrence and Edward, all of Detroit; three sisters, Mrs. Frank Nordine of Ludington, Miss Twila Houk of Detroit and Mrs. Em- accom- parties from lodge to Chica- Music director—Mrs. Arthur Tubbs. Publicity director—Mrs. Fay LaGuire. Woman's department leader— Mrs. J. E. Bennett. Church school supervisor— Elder John Randall. Assistant supervisor—J. E. Bennett. Adult supervisor—Mrs. Mabel Grinnell. Supervisor of young people— Mrs. Mabel Foster. Supervisor of children—Mrs. Clifford Tubbs. Church school secretary— Lloyd Tubbs. Treasurer—Mrs. J. E. Bennett. Coal committee—Mrs. Buell Shelby and Mrs. William Alexander. Com'wlth South .. ................ H-. Curtlss Wright .................... 7% Detroit Edison .................... 117 Elcc P & L ........................ gi.j, General Elec ...................... 41^ Qen Poods ........ ; ............... 4 1 '/„ General Mot ........... . . ......... 53'/ B Hudson Mot ...................... 6% Int Harvest ....................... 69','a Int Nick Can ...................... SB'/a Int Tel & Tel ..................... 43\ Kennecott Corp .................. 42 Llgg <fc Myers B ................... 96 Marshall Field .................... 16','n Mafeonlte Corp .................... 35 a ,'i Montgomery Ward ............... 54 \\ Motor Wheel ..................... 15% Nash-Kelvlnator .... .............. 6% National Biscuit .................. 22Vn Null Power & Light .............. 8% New York Central ........ . ....... 21 North American .................. 22'/ a Packard .......................... 4 Penney (J C) .......... ........... 89 Phelps Dodge ..................... 45'/ 4 Philips Pete ...................... 45><. Pullman .......................... 40 Radio ............ • ................. 5i,i Radio Kelth-Orp ................. 1 V 3 Reo Motor ....................... . l?/ a Republic Steel .................... 27% 'St. L-San Fran .................... % SearsiRoebuck ........... .• ...... . . 78 South Cal Edison . . . .............. 25>/i Standard Brands .............. ____ 6 Standard Gas & El ---- ..... ...... 3 Standard Oil Cal .................. 31% Standard Oil Ind ................. 28'/ B Stand Oil N J ..................... 50% Studebaker ....................... 7^ Underwood El .................... 42 Union Carbide .................... 92% Union nclflc ...................... 102% United Corp ...... i ............... 3 U S Steel ......................... 78'/2 Yellow T & C ..................... 19% marette Pierce of Detroit; a son, Dorris Wiggins of Detroit; three daughters, Hazel of Detroit and Eileen and Sally of Flint; and five grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Reigel funeral home at Detroit and will be attended by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nordine and son, Donald, and Mrs. Edward Parker, all of Ludington, who will leave for Flint tonight. Interment will be made in Flint Memorial cemetery. Ouster . Entertains Friends Mrs. Hattie Wines was happily surprised recently when friends, Mrs. pearl Hart and son, Burton, and grandmother, Mrs. Soden, all of Pentwater, came to spend the afternoon with her. The time was spent with music, songs and a good time in general. Mrs. Soden, who is 85 years of age, will be remembered by South Custer residents by the name of Whalen, having lived across from the John Phillips farm for some time. The Whalens, -who were pioneers of Custer, were Feather club, brought the pictures and showed them. The association expressed their great "leasure and appreciation for their kindness. Other numbers were short talks by Erliene Carter and Willie Hasse who attended the George Haller of Ludington, as county representatives of 4-H work. Jimmie Hasse, who went to the camp at Chatham in the tfpper Peninsula as a delegate from his forestry club, also told interesting he learned and unusual things while in camp, as The Mason Farm bureau county held its Junior district SCOTTVILLE, Sept. 25.—Over 100 persons from all parts of Mason county competed in a Hunters' shoot, an all-amateur event held on the grounds of the Scottville Gun club Sunday. The shoot was the final event,of the year sponsored by the club. Starting at 9 a. m. the grounds were kept alive until late in the afternoon both with hunters and spectators. So much enthusiasm was shown over the hunters' shoot that officials decided to make it an annual event. Many regarded it as the most successful shoot ever staged by the organization. Although individual scores were kept, prizes were not awarded on that basis..,. Allnfw competed, no matter what scores were shot, were given a chance to win by merely shooting. Drawings were made in Scottville this noon by Q-lenn Wallace, Scottville mayor, Ewald Pfieffer of the Mason County Press and Mrs. Frank Barclay of Scottville, Ludington Daily News representative. As a result, J. Laiskonis Jr. will receive first prize, Alva Pirtle of Scottville, second and George Haller of Ludington, third. Fred J. Reader Jr. of Scottville was in , charge of the event. has been named LaVonne Much credit must go to the Scottville Gun club for staging a shoot which drew persons from all parts of the county. STAR Scottville "AIR CONDITIONED" LAST TIMES TONIGHT i meeting with the Junior Farm 'bureaus of Newaygo, Muskegon and Oceana counties, the meeting -being held at the Shelby Co-op building recently. A potluck supper at 6 o'clock was enjoyed toy about 60 members, with 22 guests going down from Mason county. Motion pictures 'Showing the various activities at Walden- wood were' shown iby the state director, Ben with his wife, Hennink, attended who the as telling many pleasant events of the week. The community is happy to have these young people receive recognition for their efforts and also for their part of the work. Russell Johnson, assistant .county, agent, spoke of 4-H and conservation club work, offering any help possible in carrying on this work. J. K. Hasse, leader of the boys' work and the forestry club, announced, that the trees neighbors of present day South Custer folk of whom Mrs. Soden speaks. 'Mrs. Charles. Green, Mrs. Russell Littell and daughter, Dolly, and Lois Ann Chadwick visited at the home of Mrs. Gene Cowell in Ludington Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Green spent Friday at the Cowell home. Miss Irene McKinnon of Detroit was a Sunday over-night guests, Sept. 17, of Miss Annette Skaggs. William Saxton of South Custer attended the wedding breakfast at the Hotel Stearns Wednesday morning in celebration of the wedding of his grandson, Melard Conklin, to Miss Evelyn Behm of Ludington. Friends of the family of Rev. and Mrs. J. S. DeJean have received word of the,death of Mrs. DeJean's mother in Ohio. The DeJeans made their home in i Scottville for two years while Rev. DeJean held the pastorate of the Brethren church in South Custer and have many friends here who extend sympathy. American football was played only in the United Stales in 1926. Today it is played in 67 different countries. meeting and'directed it. 'Following the showing of the pictures, each county gathered for group discussion of the year's plans and activities. These will,be (further studied and announced. Mr. Hennink has promised the local group that he will meet with them later, the Mason county Farm 'bureau toeing one of the largest in this district. Attending from Mason county were Mary Wilson, Ruth Peterson, Arbutus Letteau, .Myrtle Cox, Ann Hamilton, Elna 1 Han'r sen, Agnes Fredricks, Edna, and Doris Eschels and Holly, • - Don and Boib Wilson, Ray Merle Wood, William bank, Don Barclay, Bi Carl and Wayne Chilberg, Burrell Lydic, George Soneral John SCOTTVILLE .CLASS EXTENSION WILL MEET The Scottville Extension class will meet Tuesday afternoon at Community hall. There is room for more members and any one interested' is invited to attend this meeting, which is4he first meeting of the year. Scottville Locals Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bockstanz left Saturday for a vacation trip, to be away a week or more. Eddie Berry is spending a few days with friends in Grand Rapids. R. C. Orth drove to Macktnac Saturday, to meet Mrs. Orth, who has spent the past month in the Upper Peninsula: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reid are announcing the . birth of a daughter Tuesday, Sept. 19. The baby, which - weighed eight and one-half pounds at birth, 1CHT COUGHS Quickly checked without "dosing 1 ' PRE-WAR Furniture Bargains WHILE LIMITED SUPPLIES LAST! Grand Rapids made , PARLOR SUITES up 9x12 Bigelow AXMINSTER RUGS $23.75 $21.75 up FISHER'S Twin Inner Spring STUDIO COUCHES CUSTER TYRONI POWER RUDY VALLEE EDNA MAY OLIVER MARY HEAIY IYIE TAIB'OT ALAN WNEHART ,A10lhC«nlury-Fox Plctiir* Six new Irving Berlin songs! —Added— Comedy, Walt Disney's "Donald's Penguin" and News. Shows 7:00-9:15. Admission 25c-10c. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY '•II ul John Ruipich. The Baldwin 1 <Ss-HeclR •Olilo ... Chrysler Colum G 6s El i V 1 Get Rid of THE SIMON LEGREE Stock Averages, Sept. 25. (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Rails Utll Stocks Net change ... A.I A.4 A.I Today 75.8 22.7 38.6 Previous day .. 75,7 22.3 38.5 Month ago 66.0 16.9 37.3 Year ago 65.7 16.1 30.1 1039 High 77.0 23.8 40.6 1939 Low 58.8 15.7 33.7 1938 High ..... 79.5 23.5 37.8 1938 LOW 49.2 12.1 24.9 Movement in Recent 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 A.2 53.0 52.8 46.4 44.2 53.4 41.6 54.7 33.7 16.9 157.1 61.8 THE MARKETS (Additional Markets on Pago 5) Greenville Potatoes (Quotations in Cents) . ; GREENVILLE.tMich,, Sept. 35.—W)— Potatoes — MarKet steady; deliveries light, Shippers paying growers, 70-80 cwt. for U. 6. No. 1, ' I I v V V V i OF HOME WASHING Don't let the tiresome task of home washing make you dread the coming of Monday. End basement toil by calling American Laundry to your aid. We do much better work than you could do at home, too, and the economy of American Laundry work will amaze you! PHONE 186 FOR INFORMATION AMERICAN LAUNPIOL KEEP TO THE RIGHT! In mild weather or deep winter you are always right with CAVALIER COAL Over 95% pure, heat matter—less than 3% ash r That's clean quality coal and good value for you* money. -for sale by- V Dan SoU PHONE South end of Washington Ave. bridge. PHONE 781 "Once Coaled by us—Never Cold Again" 721 —Added— Musical Comedy—"Prairie Papas"—Travelog and News. Shows 7:00-9:15. Admission 25c-10c. BUYER'S INDEX READ f THE ADS • 'j .*' '•' Your Progressive Mer- ch^nts Show You Where to Shop and jfHow Yoti Can Save Money. LOOK THE ADS OVER . i . YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! OLD DUTCH GASOLINE "High Octane by Actual Test" Suburban Service Station Lud. Ave. & Lewis St. Phone 570-W. ALEMITE OIL AND' LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bills . LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis StrM* "t ft IV Trade-Mark: GASSEBVICSE Cooks—Heats Water—Makes In Homes Ewond tt»e Ga? M CHARLES PETERSON West Filer St., Ludington f Phone 680 I ii*~ ' t *> *

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