The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 2, 1939 · Page 5
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 5

Ludington, Michigan
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Monday, October 2, 1939
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IONDAY, : 6CT. 2,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PACE FIVE .|l,..' ..•',' 'I.'I i '" " ', tf"~'•*• J ^"•-'" > ''^™'i'i1 • '''• ' ' .,:,~f***.~- -y ,. --».».,.- . .. ..:..:. S.E.: .. ... unting Dogs Fireplace Logs SelPem Want Ads i V I 'HONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER I '' • ) • ''•' H-iLc' ''-'--'-t'- ' i -- '-.i' ' .- • rr i 1 JT —^ J LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS klly rate per Une for consecutive Inpons: , . Charge Cash days, 3 lines f .81 f .72 Jay. 3 lines 36 .30 vertlslng ordered for irregular In- tlons takes the one time insertion e; no ad taken for less than basis of "iree lines. Count six average words to the Une. 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 Ich.irgbd only'for the number of times ItlK id appeared and the adjustment Imnac at the rate earned. I Publishers reserve the right to edit lor reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space li the »me as a line of copy. ODD LOTS Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 IcUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordine, 810 E. Ludington Ave. BARGAINS! Large assortment of REMNANTS Priced to clear. Gome and look them over. PENNEY'S Building Materials 53 USED LUMBER—For sale, 3-in. hard wood, $10.00 per 1,000 ft. Ludington Auto Sales. 116-120 VV; Loomls. Tel. GOO. j PKOTECT THAT ROOF—With our pure asphalt roof coating; 5 gal. can for $2.50. ll. Smcdbcrg & Son, Custcr. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST—Gold bar pin with pe;lrl and sapphire setting. Valuable' as keep- sakr. Return to Dally News Office. Reward. T T i Automotive r+s*****+r~t~*f**?****r***~t**f*^. Automobiles for Sale 11 Farm and Dairy Products 55 GET YOUR—Peaches, grapes, apples and poppers at the H'hralon Fruit Farm, 1 nil. P.. of Custer on US-10. POPEYE U. S. Patent Office Trademark Registered An Overdue Lesson in Memory ORF FOR WE UTOPIA, BUT I STILL HAV'A HEELIKV ) FORGOT WELL, LET ME GWE THE MATTER. SOME THOUQWT VD'J BROUGHT YOUR TOOTU-BRL)GH'? VOL) DID KiOT FORGET [A CLEAN! SHIRT? l (CLEAvO (SOCKS?) IT IS STRAKJGB VOU SHOULD IWILL TEACH THEM •= BETTER THAN TO LEAVE MEBEHIND vw^w^^>*~^-W"W-v *- **~«rf-wvw*^^^^^^»^r^^-^^^ SOOKCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. a. Patent office Vice President in Charge of Worrying ._.. CHRYS1.KR—Fair rubber, motor good. S20.00. Sec at KcSickl's Service Station. Il929 MOUF.L-A FORD—ScdWni $30; 192" 4-pa-s*;ii»er Bulck coijpe,' $35; 1S28 Chevrolet coupe. $20; 1927 Butch sedan, new tires and heater, $45. Amutl Baltzcr, f.udington. Tel. 235, •'.'' [1933 OLDS 2-DOOR SKUAN—Bargain if taken at once. Inq. at 813 N. Rotvc St. Tel. 787-W. Repairing—Servicp Stations 1G UIPE IlljBIlAKP SQUASH—For sale by the pound 4tf ton. Frank Barclay; Tel. 126-F-II, Scottvillc. POTATOES .FOR SALE—Freshly dug to the order.'DMIvcred anywhere in city. Homer Wcscoll. Tel. 954-W. POTATOES—50c a bu.; also carrots,! rhubarb. Norman Randall. 6 nils. S. 01 l.ndlngton, .R. 3, on US-31. TOMATOESi—25c a bu. Pick them yourself. Also fibbajrc, squash. K. Joude.- vinc, J in K , 2nd house E. Amber Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5G DRY HARD WOOD—$2.00 a cord at my home. $3.00 for Z cords delivered. C. B. JaKgor. Tel. 5-F-12. IACBTVI.BNK WKLDING — By expert ] DRY IIAUD \\ OOD—i cord, j^.75; 2 methods that stand the test of time. cords. $3.00; also kindling wood. DE- Ut'lka Garage, 1102 S. Madison St. LIVERED. Hhone 670-M. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 | lllOW ARE YOUR EYES?—If they bother, j let us show how perfect fitting glasses i help. Chlnncry, Scottvllle. I FARMERS ATTENTION—Dead stock re- j moval. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKEGON RENDERING CO-. Tel. ! Scottvilie. 129-F-1I. | .. I SELL—The best and service the ; rest—radios, washers', oil burnors, I ironers, refrigerators, etc. Buy where you ee'. rervicc. Crotemat's WIFE SAVING STATION. 417 S. James St. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETI1KE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. NEW OAK LUMBER for sale. BARTON'S GARAGE, E. Ludlngton Ave. Good Things to Eat 57 NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M, A. Hansen, J$ mi. N. of Stiles corner. CLOVER HONEY—7c a Ib. Bring containers. 5 gal. $4.00 delivered in county. A. R. Kirkman, R. 2, Custer. (^CORCHV HAS VOLUN- 1 "SRED TO ACCOMPANY WuNOV WALLACE TO AAALIBU BEACH Yo EX- AAVNE THE WRECKAGE OF THE MERRICK MVSTERY PLANE, P38, IN WHICH HER BROTHER JOHNNV IS REPORTED TO HAVE LOST HIS LIFE IN A TEST FLIGHT OVER THE PACIFIC / WEN WENDY, WHAT / MAKES YOU THINK I JOHNNY IS STILL V ALIVE? LET'S SAVE THAT' TILL WE SEE THE WRECKAGE OF THE PLANE / '..AND I'M NOT SO SURE WE'LL SEE THE > WRECKAGE-THE PAPER SAID IT WAS LOCKED IN A DESERTED BOAT HOUSE AT THE NORTH END OF THE BEACH VS*" LET ME WORRVABOUT THAT/ DICKIE DARE JCraaemark Registered U. S. Pateu- Office Two Davids vs. Goliath Household Goods 59 i pleaninK, Dyeing, Rclmvating 20| IIAKG - A|X HIICES'-O,, good ujed gaso-'I — —— — • line engine washing machines, cream ' IE.VS SUITS—Dry cleaned and separators, range stoves, electric pressed; plain dresses, 49c. Ludington ' Ury Cleaners, James and Foster Sts. ROARDIN6 A YACHT °OFF THE= COA6T OFJtfDlA, DAN VA/A& ATTAC<ED^ BV THE MUTIHOU6 CZ.&N--- HE SU&PUEP THRZE- MEA/, &UT A GlMT APPEARED WHO HA6 H/M TO COM/N6 DOWN, BUT-"- \n Ml,hi. K^^-i,«t •»• TW \T r*.ltw» fcryti. PAIR OF HANP5 GRlPTU£ eARp J£R< HIS, HEAD / THl6 ARROW. US WARRIOR! Pl&HTi KlLLUM &UIL ELEPHANT! 6£T IT? QH5. T7A/Y ill' SCRATCH O' THAT ARROW AN'YOU CASH iOUK CH£CK£! NOk DROP THAT, KNIFE I Laundering 24 CURTAINS DONE UP—And tinted; also washing and ironing. Phone 1272. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 , ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Maltlx Store, Scottvllle. LARGE SI/,E—Ward's and Kalamazoo coal heaters. Your offiT. LARGE new oil heaters in crates, $S9.50; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludington Ave. Tel. 604. POTATO DIGGER—Almost new, for sale. Richard Schober, l\/ 4 mis. W. of St. Mary's lake. Water Systems 61A [WOMAN WANTED—For general housework. Phone 40-F-2. County Farm. OIL HEATER—Heats 4 rooms, used mos. Reasonable price. Phone 1217. hVOMEN MUSICIANS—Violin, concertina or accordion and gultnr players. Call at Silver Cave at any time. Merchandise >-^\X%^N.*^S^N* »X>^^>-^^VX%XN^S Articles for Sale SHE—The amazing new Power-Air Conditioning feature on the 1939 Ouo- Thtrm oil heaters. Blows a 20-mi. breeze In summer and a flood of heat In winter. II. Smcdbcrg & Son, Custer. Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds GO •IUST RECEIVED—The tt?w TUKBC-- I.IFT INJECTOR PUMPS. They are a tried pump that we know will do the job. No working parts in the well. It has 19 outstanding fcaturrs. Sec them at W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 \ I FURNISHED, THREE-ROOM— Apart- nient for rent. Inquire at 605 S. j I Washington Ave. - , THREE- & FIVE-ROOM APTS.—FU|T- nished, new, modern, Frigidaires; one 1st floor, one 2nd. Inq. 301 N. Delia. Musical Merchandise G2 YOU'LL LIKE—Our new numbers in Klgln watches for men and women. Hamilton's, 22. r > S. James St. 51 AT BARGAIN PRICES—•<. h.p., 110-volt 60-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattix Store, Scottvillc. iK UKST PLACE—To buy good seasoned hard wood potato' crates''IS H. Smedberg & Son, Cnster. ; ' • Farm Equipment Gl l PUMPS-WATT* SYSTEMS • HAYTOOLVOOOH HANOtS's H. S!<1RDBERG '«& SON, CU8TEK. BASS and SNAR1 UUUMS for sale. INQ. 319 N. ROBERT ST. Wearing Apparel 1 THREE-ROOM—Upstairs apartment and I bath. Inquire at Pelter's Shelter, 305 I E. Ludington Ave. Tel. 436. UNFURNISHED FLAT—For rent, 907 E. Ludington Ave. Brody Bros., 429 E. Dowland St. Tel. 510. G5 Houses for Rent 77 GOOD SELECTION—Of men's and boys' used overcoats at bargain prices. Bob's New & Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland St. Wanted—To Buy GG MODERN HOUSES AT—205 N. Robert St. and 206 N. William St. Olmstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. MODERN HOUSE—Also furnished flat, for rent. Inq. 802 W. Pere Marqxiette St. Tel. 856-R. BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, heaters and hcalrolas. Bob's New & Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. ! 314 N. HARRISON ST.—Modern house for rent. Call Louis Hansen, R. 3, Scottville. Tel. 155-F-21. ^^f ^ •»"*«*•»**«»•»**«* «^nt^uc^oMHtWHj«M'Uf!n*ut«K?A0X4XHB*Uvvv^fKtVEMJlV^^i>>X!AiM^Vl0M SE/UET-SOLVAY COKE WE have bought a whole shipload of Semet-Golvay Coke, to meet the demand of those who want the cleaner, better heat it gives. Order your binful now while stocks are fresh and While we can furnish the correct size for your heating IS HERE system. Then let winter come and do its worst. No storm or /cold can interfere with your comfort. You save money by buying now, before heavier demand and wintry delivery conditions force prices upward. Our guarantee of quality and satisfaction backs up this fuel untill the last shovelful is used. Nerheim Co, EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING ! PHONE 130; Real Estate Brokers in Real Estate R FOR BARGAINS— In city, farm and resort property sec Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Dldg. FOR BARGAINS IN—Houses, lots, farms or income property see A. T. Benson, Wanted—Real Estate 89 HOUSES WANTED—Cash or terms. List your property with me today. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. SWAP COLUMN A^Js 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 (tec of charge. OUTBOAIRD MOTOR—"Sea King," 1- cyl., A-l condition; board trapping canoe; battery s?t radio like new. Will swap any one of items for deer riflf ,or what have you. Walter Cooper, 506!4 Fifth St. Tel. 869-M. n Festival Ends Saturday in Burst of Jolly Fun (Continued from Page 3) usual float as they took the theme of Paul Bunyan and "The Winter of the Blue Snows." They showed this clever legend in their decorations, the float being decorated with blue and white as clouds and the ground covered with blue snow. Paul Bunyan and his blue ox were a part of the very clever outfit. Resseguie with its very elaborate float showed ^"The Wizard of Oz," the float bearing the N"ETf4'i?BORT,V NT** •flowers growing in the garden W »AwJ3LX»UJ*li X «£• of the Fairy Queen, the little girl, the tin man, the scarecrow, the frightened lion and the witch. This float received second prize. Third Place Float Third place, according to the judges, went to Elm Flats with a pretty as well as timely float. Overhead were the words, "United We Stand," and to bring out the lesson, was a very pretty wedding scene, the tiny children in appropriate dress, attendants and minister all in very pleasing costumes. The setting was also very clever and showed much work. Tiny flowers had been made and hung about the float in curtain fashion. Much credit must be given to teachers and members of the school districts who make the effort to hejp give the Harvest festival one of its finest features. Their help is appreciated by the festival committee and the city in general. All floats received some remuneration from the I festival committee. The clown band followed the floats and after them came the pet parade, a most pleasing and colorful event. Each child who entered the contest received 50 cents for their efforts, wnue 1 larger sums were given to Jacqueline Scott, first place; Alex Andersen Jr., second place, and Catherine Leer, third 'place. Dogs, cats, dolls and other pets were shown, all in quaint, clever and pleasing array. Children taking part were Virginia Andersen, Ruth Ann Andersen, Russell Andersen, Patty Reader, Theressa Weippert, Aud- irey Stickney, Roamine Killer, Alex Andersen Jr., Billie Reader, Rochelle Rohrmoset', Catherine Leer, Dottie Love, Margaret Owen, Dale Boyer, Jackie Scott, Lavall Allen, Lavon Rhoades and L. G. Morehouse. : Contest Winners Corn husking prizes went to M. Davidson, first; George O'Brien, second and Edgar Stuart, third. Women's nail driving contest, Mrs. W. Packamore, first; Mrs. Anna Brown, second; Mrs. Bertha Pailus, third. Women's rolling pin throw, Mrs. M. Sorenson, first; Mrs. W. Galvides, second. Men's nail driving contest, John Paulus, first; Bert Barton, second; Walter Galvides, third. Pie eating contests, penny scramble, climbing greased pole and other contests were carried out for the youngsters under direction of Arnold Carlson and H. I. Hansen. The William Lange family with 12 members present received the prize for the largest family. The T. Talsma family with 11 members present, was second. Mr. and Mrs. W. Cryderman, 'both aged 83 years, received.the gift for the oldest couple pres- C'MON, SC/SSORS 7 ; PETERS ' UNVEILIN'THAT THERE INVENTION! HE'S BEEN WORKIN'0/V // COME ARUNNl/N'/ -PETERS' I3ARN// HERE, ZEP/ HOLD THIS// —BE. BACK IN A ^ f -_ 0 »«.' a. f- BUSINESS IN THE LITTLE BURG CAME TO A PARALVZINGr STANPSTILU AS WORD SPRE-AD OF THE IMPENDING EVENT '„'--AND IN PETERS CORNERS WORP REALLY SPREAPS Jji ent, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guernsey, aged 83 and 71, respectively; second. Gifts presented Saturday afternoon were 'both valuable and lovely., Mrs. Beatrice Cole of Riverton received the splendid electric washing machine, the grand prize of the afternoon. Other gifts were electric coffee maker,. Mrs. Sylvia Morell; blanket, Mrs. George Piper; vanity set, . James Blundell; wash tub, Mike Zukas; can cleaning fluid, Leon Kinney and Mrs. Allie Saxton, one quart each; automobile fog light, Nellie Avalitis while her husband, Le,o Avalitis, received the power potato sprayer. Charles Wolf received the card table; radio lamp went to Lyle Witte; five cell flashlight, Clarence Petersen; gallon house paint, Mrs. L. H. Beach; wash tubj Mrs. Tillie Tauches; electric shaver, John Slapinski; cans of chassis lubricants .went to William Buffenbarger and Mrs. Ed. Johnson; ladies' hose, Victor Septrion; man's mackinaw, Mrs. Max Rahn; shotgun, Mrs. Martha Rose Scharlant; sack Moss flour, Mrs. M. Halberg. Hartford. Pappe received..,,the Zenith, radio given away,- 'by Frank Claveau of The! Palace, Scottville. Riley Young received the quilt presented 'by the Ladies' auxiliary, VFVV. Amateur Hour The amateur hour held Sat-1 urday evening Obrought one of i the most pleasant 'features ofi the festival. Winning co,ites-j tants were decided by the audi-! ence, Irene Mable Smith of! Scottville winning first,' place with her charming sort^sj-'tbur country cousins, playing ! * "and singing, second, and Qplly and Lyle Witte, song and Instrumental number, third. Other numbers were given bj Herman Barnhart, tap dancer; Romaine Hijler, singing numbers; Guy Mavis, song and ypdeling; William Seng, singing; William Michael, old-time violin; Four Budreau Cowboys, song and Instrumental music; Frank Rakas, piano accordion. Old-time dances were enjoyed at the Community ha}l, •with music'by Harrison's orchestra. . . • .•: Too mUch' s credit -I ' ! ~c«trniot' .'be," given the officers.and the.vari^ ous chairmen of committees, J, T. 6'Hearn has seryed 8 v,ery capably as president this year, filling that irripbftant position very successfully. 'Much satisfaction was'expressed by the crowds as they gathered for the various days' events, even the rain of Friday not discouragi the crowds which returned the evening <;o enjoy the sions and amusements. ' Modern -dances were ^ -.held .Thursday and Friday evenings, the crowd 'being especially large on Friday evening. .. • Music by the high school band under the direction of. M. Styles and and 'bands, under direction of ley E. Breeni helped to: Festival pleasant > wttji splendid music. Mor,e' 1 t the Star days . «&M . f "£ K the comfort the show. vi

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