The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 5, 1939 · Page 9
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Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 5, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCT. 5,1939., THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE Small Cost* Little Space, But Power To Burn..Want Ads PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 * .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered tor irregular insertions lakes the one time Insertion rale; no nd 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 Daily 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 the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or rrject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per lint? for white space is the same as a line of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Ladies' FLANNELETTE Gowns and Pajamas 9Sc PENNEY'S CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordinc, 810 E. Ludington Avo. Personals MEN! GET* VIGOR AT ONCE! NEW oslri-x Tonic Tablets contain general Invigorators. oyster elements for vim, vigor, pep, Reg. $1.00 size, sprcial today H9c. Call, write Sahlmark's Pharmacy. Farm and Dairy Products 55 RIPE HUBBARD SQUASH—For sale by the pound or ton. Frank Barclay. Tel. 126-F-M, Scottville. POTATOES—50c a bli.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall, 6 mis. S. of Ludington, R. 3, on US-31. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST—31-7 tire and wheel on US-31 hi>t\vccn l.ndlngton and Shelby. KK- WARD. Phone 1184. Automotive .^X>X*-*» X^^^VXW^*-,^*^*^^' Automobiles for Sale 11 1937 CIIKVKOLKT—Master town sedan, for sale. Call Ponko. Tel. 1203. Repairing—Service Stations 16 HO.MI SERVICE— Day or night. Kor niKht service phone 6!)2. lU-tka Oarage, I in:: s. Madison St. Tel. 860. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers DRY HARD WOOD—$2.00 a cord at my home, $5.00 for 2 cords delivered. C. B. JaCBcr. Tel. 5-F-12. DRY IIAJin WOOD—1 cord, $2.75; 2 cords, $5.00; also kindling wood. DELIVERED. Phone 670-M. 8ACCO PLANT FOOD—For better Jawns and gardens. IJETHKK FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. SEASONED WOOD—1 cord," $2.50; 2 rords, $1.75; 3 cords, $7.25. Phone 308-R. DELIVERED. NEW OAK LUMBER for sale. BARTON'S GARAGE, x E. Ludington Ave. Good Things to Eat NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hanscn, i/i mi. N. of Stiles corner. Household Goods Business Services Offered TAKMKKS ATTENTION—Dead stock re- | M?isKKC;ON C RENDERING CO. Tel.' ScottvillP, US-F-Il. Ol-K CIDER MILL—Will run every -Ht'ltSi)AV i-nlll fnrlhrr notice. THE I'AKK STOBi. WE SELL—°^-r host and *crvlce the rest.—radios, washers, oil burners. IrnnerN. rrrrlKrr.-itors. etr. Buy where you lift ji-rvlrc. Grott-mat's WIF'E PAVING STATION, 117 S. James St. YOt ; R PAY ENVELOPE—May depend on your ryrslRhl. Don't lakr rhancrs on JM>of~Kln.iwi. Chinnrry. Scoltvllle. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 HAItr.AlN PRICES—On Rood UTCd gaso- llnc engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves. clrctric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Storr, Scottville. HUGS—l.ii^otctim, filler, library table, beds, dressers & Kaiamazoo liratcr for sale at 201 E. Filer. Call from 6 to 8 p. in. Si:i>-Thr new MEADOWS WASHER THE PALACE. Srottville. $3!I.9S anil up. FRANK CI.AVEAU. SEE Ot'lt LINE—Of Wcslclox rlui-ks. The latest models anil varlnus colors, llain- lltr.n's, 225 S. Jamrs St. SEE THE—Nrw Power-Air roiiililloniHB feature on the 1B3!I Duu-Tliprin Oil Hrati-rs. Illows a 20-ml. hreo/c In .summer and a flood of heal in winter. II. .smeclberj; and Son, Ciistcr. COMPETENT WOMAN—Or steady girl for rooking, gen'l hswk. Personal applications afternoons. Occana (County) Infirmary, Hart. MAID WANTED—To work in Chicago. Hniivwnrk and rooking, small respectable family. Adults, small apartment, own room, no laundry. $10.00 per week. Write Mrs. II. S. Singer, 3339 Douglas Blvd.. Chicago. III. SUBSCRIPTION— Division of leading national publisher wants reliable woman lor special Interviews wHh local prospects. Valuable appointment and worthwhile earnings assured for applicant who qualities. Immediate big commissions. Monthly bonuses. Give references. Write E. V. C., Box 71, LudliiKlon. WAITRESS wanted. Apply in person at TODD-L-INN. THERE MUST BE—A reason why the ESTATE OIL IIEATROLA is leading the market in sales. Find out before you buy. There are plenty of reasons. Srp these marvelous stoves at W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. A Vegetable Course! POPEYE ORDERS ARE ORDERS, BUT I FEAR VJE END UP IMTWESOOP SET VOUR COURSE HM-M, BEAM „ CHART? THE BEAM CHART, I f \TWAS A MAR, 8UT PLAIKVU/ IT IS A BEAM CHART HOW GET TO NEDTOP1A? „ ^ ^ _^ k.-T^S^'V — (fopr.1';j9, King Features Syndicate, Inc., World rights reserved Light on a Dark Subject SCOECHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. h. Patent Office l'/V» GOING TO CHECK THE INSTRUMENTS—KEEP \] THAT FLASHLIGHT LOW-WE DON'T VWNT ANYONE INTERRUPTING US NOW THAT'S FUNNV THIS HATCH IS SEALED TIGHT CAN'T BUDGE r IF THE HATCH JAMMED THIS WAV WHEN THE PLANE CRACKED UP, NO ONECOULD HAVE GOTTEN OUT/ THEN I'M RIGHT/THIS PLANE WAS DELIBERATELY WRECKED, AND THE MOTOR REMOVED AFTER JOHNNV LEFT IT / Missing: One American rademark Registered U. 8. Pat*u» Office DICKIE DARE //otv. ov TW6MNT,.. _. OH A LOOTIti 1 BUTP/ VAdHT ._ AMERICAN FLAG, BUT ALL THI6 6TUFF l£ ItWlANl COME.? OW ABOUT 'AMERICAN COtt&CfltiG INVI loo* in H0t& CABltf, I BUT, eor ro FIHD Trademark Reglsrere* U. S. Patent OMlcn Dr. E. J. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. the greatest problem of the na- H. Dean Johnston. ' 1 UNFURNISHED FLAT—For rent, 907 E. Lutliugtoii Avi-. Brody Bros., 429 E. l)owl;ni(l St. Tel. 510. Houses for Rent 77 tive farmer. The main crops are tobacco, citrus fruits and also northern fruits. Cattle, sheep I Farm Equipment 61 The .._ ...-R PUHDS-WkTtNSVSTtMS-HAYTOOlS-DOOftMAMOefa H. ttMKUBKKG ft SON- CU&itR. Specials at the Stores MODERN HOUSES AT—20.-. N. Robert St. and SOB N. William St. "• & Newborn. I'lione 22 or TJ2 Ouster MODERN HOUSES AT—418 N. (Jaylord Ave and 510 N. Harrison St. C. F. Olmsteari. Phone 22 or 752. Real Estate S^**~***S^'^l~S*^*^-' ' Brokers in Real Estate R and pigs are raised on the farms • Ml . and Mrs Ra i ph Reeds and in other regions, mining of and sons James an d elate, of Bold, silver, chromium and cop-, Scottville were Sunday guests, p(jr ^ carrled oll . | O(jt ^ ^ the George J^alllson As a result of these agricul- jhome. tural training schools, soil ero- Mr. and Mrs. Evart Dumas sion is being curbed and farmers are instructed in choosing crops and in better methods by the trained teachers. An aim of these systems of education is and daughter, Lorna, and Mrs. Eva Hapner of Scottville were callers Sunday afternoon, Oct. 1, at the Waldo Smith home. The Louis Abrahamson fam- 1940 ($79.50) WASHER—$69.50; 1 yr.'s supply of soap free or $24.95 radio. Wallace Kuras. 210 W. Lud. Tel. 604. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FOR SALE—Heavy work horsr, 9 yrs. old. Weight about 1.600. or will swap for cows or young cattle. John Conrad, R. 3, Scotlville. Tel. 126-F-12. FOR SALE—1 cows; 1 heifer, 18 mos. old; team mulrs. Mrs. JAmes Hill, 1 ml. E., -\, ml. N. Buck's Store. HORSES—10 good ones; 2 Shetland ponies; 4 good milk cows. Wm. Kcr- schner. 10 ml. S. Ludington, 1'i mis. E. Nlckerson school. WE HAVE—A limited number of white Iruhorn pullets for sale, ready to lay. Archer's Hatchery, Hart. Phone 69-.I. Merchandise Articles for Sale IT'S TIMK TO PAINT—We have Monarch nainl. 100% pure. Complete line oI inside and outside paints. W. K. Reader & Co.. in Custcr. Wanted—To Buy (Hi BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, heaters and hcatrolas. Hob's New A: Used Furniture Store, 501 K. Uowland St. Tel. 481-M. also to'iperfect water supply [ily of Ludington were guests FOR BARGAINS—in city, farm and re- j systems and to introduce clean- i Sunday, Oct. 1, at the Ben ELT^. B^'BluV^ C ^»™» J«to the usage of these ^^home. ^ ^ ^ Settlement was a guest Satur- j supplies. IN— nouses, lots, farms i Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will rc- or income property see A. T. Hcnson, t, urn to their home at Umtali, FOR Nat'l Hank Houses for Sale ' Southern Rhodesia, at the i of their furlough. ! -x- -x- -x- end NOW LOOK" SEE-THE NEW OFF-CENTER WHEELS MAKE IT A SELF-ROCKIN' BABY WITH A THINK" Q f WHAT A BOON T' HOMANITy/ MOTHERS CAN ROCK THE KIDS T'. SLEEP AN' CHURN UP THE BUTTER AT THE. SAME.TIME—,? FOR SAI.K—House. lot and 5 acres of land, large Karate. Charles Carlson, State Road Bridge. WANTED—A McCaskcy store bill file. Write AH, c/o Box 71. Roomsjind Board Rooms without Board 68 FOR RENT—Furnished, heated 5-room apartment, 408 E. Ludington Avenue. Phone 1260. Vacation Places 70 FURNISIIKI) COTTAtilCS — For duck hunters lor rent on I'pper llamlin Lake. Inq. at Cameron'* Landing. 51 AT BARGAIN PRICKS—'{. h.p., 110-volt tiO-ey. General Klectrfc Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattix store. Scottville. Barter and Exchange 51A Wi: DO t.IKK—To trade suns. Bring yours In. II. Smcdhcrg & Son, Custcr. More than 100 schools in Texas will participate this autumn in six-manjfootball. ReaKEstate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED—Five-room apartment for rent, steam heated, Frlgidairc. Phone 138. Wanted—Heal Estate 89 IIOUSKS WANTED—Cash or terms. List your properly with me today. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. 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 bo accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be hrniiKht or mulled to The News, none tulti-n by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vico versa, they will be run free of charge. FURNISHED, THREE-ROOM — Apartment for rout. Inquire at 605 Soutli Washington avenue. THREE- & FIVE-ROOM APTS.—Fllf- nlslied, new, modern, Frigidaircs; one 1st floor, one 2nd. Inq. 301 N. Delia. See These Bargains BEDROOM SUITES, in walnut finish _. KNEE-HOLE DESKS, done in walnut and mahogany $15.75 and up and up WE SAVE YOU UP TO 50% ON FURNITURE PURCHASES Obel's Furniture Store GOOD WORK MARE—Also small pigs and rye; will swap for cows, young stock or anything 1 can use. John Bul- clatiskas, 4 mis. N. of C'uster. WILL SWAP—Eating and cooking apples for potatoes, chickens, squash or anything I ran use. Mrs. Ruby Jensen, Kistlcr's Coiwrs. Tel. 13-F-32. WILL SWAP—Eight acres of corn in shocks for cows or young stock. Roy C. Ryder, 2'/'i mis. E. of Nickcrson school. Local and Social Teachers Describe African Schools (Continued from Page 2) by. the natives. Hygiene is stressed in all the schools with a direct application to the home and to individual lives. A favorite subject in the native schools is music, Mrs. Taylor reported, for the natives are music-lovers and have harmonious voices. Teaches Agriculture Mr. Taylor's work is in teaching agripulture, formerly ac- comiplislied by the natives with the crudest of hand-made implements, Soil erosion formed Urge Fingerprinting in Cashing Checks EAST LANSi.'TG, Oct. 5.— -(IP)— Slate police officials recommended today that business men compel forgers, in effect, to "sign a confession of their crime when they commit it." . Captain Ira H. Marmon said he was advising merchants to make fingerprinting a routine procedure before cashing checks for strangers. The customer would be required to place a fingerprint on the back of the check along with his endorsement which, Marmon said, would be tantamount to a confession of guilt in the event the check was bad. He pointed out the state police contain the fingerprints of 2,000 professional forgers and that this alone would assist in identification. The captain estimated that fingerprinting of strangers cashing^ checks would reduce by 90 percent the annual forgery loss to businessmen. Two Professors Take Memberships Two university professors have become .full members in Pere jMarquctte Memorial association, it was reported today. They are Prof. Thomas Edward Oliver of University of Illinois and Prof. Ransom S. Hawley of University of Michigan. Prof. Oliver, a summer resident at Upper Hamlin lake, was one of the sponsors of the Pere Marquette pageant each of the three years of its presentation. Prof, Hawley Is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Smith Hawley, prominent pioneer residents of Mason county, and is a brother of H. H. Hawley, superintendent of Ludington public schools. Other full memberships are from Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Vestling, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hawley, the McNeil family and Miss Georgia Thompson. Associate memberships include those of Miss Gertrude Martin, day afternoon, Sept". 30, of Mrs. William Schreck. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Babbit and son, Jack, and Mr. and Mrs. Vflicklund of Muskegon were guests Sunday evening, Oct. 1. at the James McMaster home. MARKETS AND FINANCE NEW YORK STOCKS (Noon Prices) Am Can 113'.'4 Am Smelt & Re! 54=1, Am Tel & Tel 162 ",4 Am Wat Wks 13% Anaconda 33U Armour of III 6% Aviation Corporation S'/n Borden 20Va Calumet & Hccla 8% Chcs & Ohio 43',i Chrysler 93 Colum G & El 7% Com'wlth South 1% Wright 7 Detroit Edison 116% Elcc P&L 0 General Elcc 40% Gen Poods 40 General Mot Hudson Mo I 54% 6% Int Harvest 65 Int Nick Ciin 39% Int Tel & Tel 5»h Kennecott. Corp 40',i Llgg & Myers B 96 Marshall Field 15% WHEEL-DRIVEN CKUR/V/ AFTER A8R\SK DEMONSTRATION THERE: ENSUEP AN ENTHUSIASTIC SILENCE /'- - BUT THE BOYS AREN'T PlSCOURAq-EP— THEVfcE . PLANNING A SALES CAMPAIGN DIRECTLY TO THE CONSUMER-IF ANV/- Masonite Corp 35 '/-t Montgomery Ward Motor Wheel 54'/,, 16% National Biscuit 22% Natl Power & Light 8% New York Central 21 North American 22% Packard 4 Penney (J C) 87 Phelps Dodge 43% Philips Pete 44% Pullman 38"i Radio 6 Radio Kolth-Orp 1% Rco Motor IVa Republic Steel 261 a Sears-Roebuck 77% South Cal Edison 25'/ B Standard Brands 6 Standard Gas & El 3 Standard Oil Cal 29','a Standard Oil Ind 27% Stand Oil N J Studcbaker ... Underwood El . Union Carbide 481,'j 8','a 41% 90 Union Pacific 102 United Corp 2% U S- Steel : 75% Yellow T & C 191/4 Stock Averages, Oct. 5 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 1 Indust Hails Util Stocks Net change . . A.4 A.I A.I A.'i Todny 74.5. 22.6, 38.9 52.4 Previous clay 74.1 22.5 38.8 52.2 Month ago .. 72.4 19.8 37.0 50.2 Year ago 75.2 20.8 34.1 51.1 1939 High ... 77.0 23.8 40.6 53.5 1939 Low .... 58.8 15.7 33,7 41.6 1938 High ... 79.5 23.5 37.8 54.7 1933 Low 49.2 12.1 24.9 33.7 1932 Low ...... 17.5 192U HU',h ..... 146.9 1927 LOW ...... 51.6 8:7 153.9 95.3 23.9 184.3 61.8 THE MARKiETS Movement In Recent Years 16.9 157.7 61.8 LOCAti .._. Light red kidney beans $2.75 Dark red kidney beans $3.00 Dark cranberry beans $2.50 Light cranberry beans 42.50 White'pea beana • $2.00 Yelloweye beans $2.75 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up lie Heavy hens He Plymouth Bock springers, under 4 Ibs 17o Plymouth Rock springers, Colored springers I 5c 4 Ibs. and up 17c Grain ShelleJ coru, cwt .$1.05 Rye. cwt 85c Oats, cwt Wheat, cwt $1.00 Produce Eggs, 19c Hides Beef ;....4o Stiginaw Beans (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW. Mich., Oct. 5.— (IP)— Michigan Bean Shippers' association Thursday prices: Handpicked pea beans, per cwt., 2.50; handplcked red kidneys, light, 4; dark, 4; handploked yelloweycs, 2.75; handplcked choice recleaned cranberries, light, 2.25; dark, 1.75. Detroit Livestock (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Oct. 5.— (IP)— Cattle—Receipts 300; market slow. Good to choice yearlings, 9,75-11; fair to good yearlings, 8 50-9.75; good to choice heavy steers, rabbits, 9. 9.25-10.25; fair to good heavy steers, 8.259.25; common butcher cattle, 5.25-6.25; Detroit Dairy steady; j best, 12; fair to" good, 10-11; seconds, 8- j 9.50; culls and common, 5-8. I Sheep and lambs—Receipts 1,000; market steady to 10 cents higher. Best lambs, 9.50; heavy fat sheep, 2-.50; culls and common, 1.50-2. Hogs—Receipts 500; market prospects steady. Previous 7.15 for 200-220 Ib. hogs downward to 5.75-6 for roughs. . 17; «** Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 5.—(^(—-(United States Department of Agriculture.) —Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. boxes U. S. No. 1, 2'/a In. mln. Delicious, .75-1.25; Jonathans, .65-.8S; N. W. Green- ings, .40-.60; Kings, .50; Mclntosh, .60.85; Spys, .75-1.25; Wealthys, .3S-.45; Wolf Rivers, .40-.50. Celery—Mich, bunches dozens large size, .23-.2S; mammoth, .35-.40. Grapes—Mich. Concords 12 qt. climax baskets, .2S-.28; 4 qt. baskets, .18. Potatoes—100 Ib; sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Russets Burtaanks, 1.90-2.10; Mich, l Russet Rurals, 1.35-1.40; Ohlppewas, i, few, 1.25; Maine Detroit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Oct. 5.—tfP)—Poultry—Mar- ket easy. Hens, 5 Ibs. over, 16;.medium •hens, 14; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 11; cocks, 8 and 10; Rock springers, 16; colored springers, 14; leghorn springers, 14; hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. up, 20; torn turkeys, 15 Ibs. up, 18; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 13; checks, Chicago Potatoes (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 5—(/P)—( United States Department of Agricultures- Potatoes—Receipts lie, on track 409. total U. S. shipments 575; market; Idaho Russets and Colorado McClures best. steady, others dull, Northern stock, all varieties dull and weak; supplies rather heavy, demand slow;, sacked per cwt Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1, washed, 1.55-.75; mostly, 1.60-.70; un- washPd tew sales. l.«Va-.65, Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, washed good color, 1.90; North Dakota Red Blvef Valley section .Cobblers 90 percent 1 or better U. S. No. 1, few sales 1.05-.1V Bliss Triumphs 90 percent or better.-u. i. >o 1. I.AI; lairjy Onios 90 p rcent US No. I-, 1.15; Wisconsin Bound" Whites U. S, No. l, very few sales'/* 1.10; Cobblers, U. S, No. 1. .1.10. i , Chicago Palry (Quotations In Cents) = CHICAGO. Oct. 5.—W)—Butter—»»» *l celpts 862.550; market weaker; cTMmnr g| 93 score, as^-asi'i: »2.-zsii: 90..2W4; J», as 24; 88, 23',i; 90-centralized ca- 1 -*- " •in\\; other prices unchanged. Bigs—Receipts "%165; marfcet? fresh graded. «*ta* firsts local f 22r other gripes •unchanged.. (| ( * Chicago PonUry CHICAGO, Oct. 5,—W—Ppul ceipts live, l car. 42 trucks; steady, prices unchanged. •& t.

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