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MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE r NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that you can show pour 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 throujh this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. Lakeview cemetery. Surgery—Harold Bevans of Scottville underwent major .surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. Trip—Miss Jean Durham, 711 East Ludington avenue, spent Sunday in Muskegon on a business trip. Tonsilectqmy—Frank Hamilton, 305 Second street, underwent tonsilectomy at Paulina odist church. Stearns hospital this morning. Operation—Miss Helen Williams of Tallman underwent removal of her tonsils at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. To Lansing—Miss Helen Bennett county treasurer, expects to leave tonight on a business trip to Lansing. She will return Tuesday night. New Home—Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Rltmanich, 204 North Rath avenue, have moved to Three Rivers to make their home. At Chicago—Mrs. Harry Bennett Johnston, 506 East Ludington avenue, is enjoying a visit at the Edgcwater Beach hotel, Chicago. For Visit—John Curtiss of Milwaukee arrived Saturday to spend a few days with his sisters, Mrs. Melard Warren and Mrs. Daisy Webster, at the Warren home in Summit. New Residence—Rev. Knight Dunkerley of Grace Episcopal church will change hjs residence from 409 North Rath avenue to 321 North Ferry street today. Announce Birth—Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Neuman. 412 Sixth street, announce the birth of a son, on Oct. 5. at home. The baby has been named Thomas Edmund. Wcek-End—Mrs. Joseph Meir jf Pbntiac returned lo her home after spending the weekend at the home of her brother. Marshall N. Shoup. 406 North William street. Wwk-End—Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed of Cedar Springs visited over the week-end at the home of Mr. Reed's parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Steve Reed, 106 North Robert street. To Muskegon—-Mr. and Mrs. F. Paulin returned to their home in Muskegon after visiting on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Paulin's mother, Mrs. iry Cole, 307 East Mclendy pet. To Grand Rapids—Miss Virnia Dutch returned to her ties at St. Mary's nurses' alnlng school, Grand Rapids, ter spending the week-end •, the home of her parents, .r. and Mrs. Edward Dutch, 13 North Rath avenue. Two Accidents—Two automo- ilc accidents, of a minor na- .ure, were reported in Mason :ounty over the week-end. Details concerning the James H. Kellogg, resident of Ludington for -46 years, passed away early Sunday morning at his home at 308 North Lake- shoi'e drive at the end of an illness of a month's duration. Mr. Kellogg was born in Ionia county on January 25, 1860, living in that locality for some years before moving to Ludington. In this city he was engaged as a drayman and was affiliated with First Meth• Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Minnie Kellogg; a son, Birdsell Kellogg of Buffalo, N. Y.; three stepsons, Clarence Johns of Windsor, Ontario, and Floyd and Orland Wilder of Ludington; a brother, Charles Kellogg of Carson City, and seven grandchildren. Funeral rites will be held at 4 p. m. Tuesday at Dorrell chapel, Rev. C. E. Pollock officiating. Interment will be made Sears-Roebuck 78'/2 South Cal Edison 25Vs Standard Brands 6 Standard Gas & El 3 Standard Oil Cal 28% Standard Oil Ind 27 Stand Oil N J 47% Studcbaker 8','2 Undetwood El 42% Union Carbide 80!' n Union Pacific * lOO'/i! United Corp , 2% U S Steel 741/4 Yellow T & C 18% ^ Stock Averages, Oct. 9 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Rails Utll Stocks Not change nnd today to come— Previous day .. 73.5 22.1 38.5 Month ago 75.9 21.1 37.1 Yenr ago 75.9 21.G 35.2 1939 High 77.0 23.8 1939 Low 58.8 15.7 33.7 1D38 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 51.7 52.2 51.9 53.5 41.6 54.7 33.7 16.9 157.7 61.8 THE MARKETS Saglnaw Ticnns (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW. Mich.. Oct. 9.—</P)— Mlcli- ifinn Bonn Shippers' Association Monday prices: Handplcked pea beans, per cwt., 2.55; haridplcked red kidneys, light, 4: dark. 4: handplcked yelloweyes, 2.75; handplckcd choice reclnancd cranberries, light, 2.35; dark, 1.85. at Detroit Livestock . (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) I DETROIT. Oct. 9.—</P)— Cattle—Receipts 2.000; market slow; good to choice yearlings. 9.75-11; fair to good heavy steers, 8.25-9.25; best grass cattle, 7.25-8; common butcher cattle, 5.25-6.25; ;;ood beet cows, 5.50-6; canner and cutter cows. 3.50-5.50; best'-butcher and heavy bologna bulls. 6.50-7: light common bulls, 5.25-6; stock bulls. 5.50-6.50; good to choice stackers and feeders, 7-10.50; milkers and springers, 50-75. Calves—Receipts 900; market steady; best calves. 12; fair to good, 10-11; culls and common. 4-8. Sheep and lambs—Receipts 3.000; market steady; best lambs. 9.50; skips, 4-6; best handywelght sheep. 4.50; heavy fat sheep, 2-.50; culls and common, 1.50-2. Hogs—Market not established. Chicago Dairy CHICAGO. Oct. 9.—t^)—Butter—Re- ceipts 743.209; market steady; creamcry- 93 score, 28%-29'/ 4 : 92. 28',!,: 01, 27',',,; 90. 25%; .89, 24>i; 88. 23',i; oo centralized carlots, 26 >•:, ->•,. Eggs—Receipts 4,489; market firm; fresh graded, extra firsts local. 22; cars, 22'. firsts, local, IB'.a; cars. 19; current receipts. 17; refrigerator extras, 17'/4 standards, 17; firsts, 46',;i. Mrs. Selma Marie Kolberg, resident of Victory township for many years, passed away on Sunday, following a lingering illness. She was 71 years of age. Born in Skaraborgslau, Sweden, on March 14, 1868, Mrs. Kolberg came to America in 1872 and settled on the farm in Victory in 1896. She was a member of Emanuel Lutheran church in Ludington. She was married on Aug. 5,! 1RR7 in r>Vmrlnc U TCnlhprrr wVin ! Trading was good at the wholesale pro- 1887, U) diaries a. K-OlDcrg, WHO dllcp terminal this morning. preceded her In death in 1904. Surviving are three daughters, Miss Amanda Kolberg, at home, Mrs. Anna Close of Muskegon and Mrs. Hilda Degner of Fresno, Calif.; four sons, Julius, Otto and Charles Kolberg, all of Victory, and Olgot Kolberg of Two Rivers, Wis., and eight grandchildren. The body will be returned to the home of the son in Victory where it will rest' until Tuesday noon, at which time it will be brought to Dorrell chapel for services at 2 p. m. Rev. J. A. Lanclin will officiate at the service. Interment will be made at I North- Victory cemetery. SCOTTVILLE News From Mason County's Second Largest City, Agricultural and Dairying Center MRS. FRANK BARCLAY, Correspondent (Telephone: Office, No. 1; Horn* 126-F-14.) Rotarians Sponsor Fine Colors Tour A group from here enjoyed a delightful colors tour Sunday aifternoon conducted by Mr. Everson of the Forest service station, Baldwin. The event was sponsored by the local Rotary club. Seventeen cars made the trip, leaving from McPhail park at 2 o'clock. The group went east from Scottville to Custer and south to Woodruff lake road then up through Carrs across to Branch and north to Sable station. On the way the Forest Rangers staged a fine exhibition of fire fighting which proved interesting Going to Big Bass lake, the tour then led back to the Sheridan park near Round . lake where hot coffee was served by A. J. Smith and Arnold Carlson. Many of the party had brought lunches and the afternoon was concluded pleasantly with a social hour. Oak, came Friday evening, spending the week-end with their parents, Frank Barclay. Mr. and Mrs. :eded her in death nine years tgo. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Rhoads, Mrs. Nellie Mey of Route 1, Ludington, and Mrs. Fern Hasenbank of Route 2, Freesoil; a son, Wilbur Peck of Route 2, Scottville; two sis- ers, Mrs. Annie Schuette and Mrs. Alma Casterton, both of Detroit, and a brother, Rev. J. O. Foote of Pontlac. Eight raridchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday from Dorrell chapel. Interment will be made at Center Riverton cemetery. TOWNSEND CLUB PLANS SOCIAL Walhalla Townsend club Is showing the best of spirit in its attendance and contribution, promoting its rating in the nation wide drive to support the Trail Blaziers. The last meeting held Sept. 27 was a big success and it is hoped that the one on Oct. 11 will be equally as good when a Chinese auction and a quilt raffle will be held. The Ladies' auxiliary will arrange details and serve a lunch after which there will be a dance. All are irivited and a jood time is promised. MARKETS AND FINANCE NKW YOIIK STOCKS (1:30 P. M. K.D.T. Prices) Am Smell Ai Ref 54 Am Tel & Trl 102' Am Wut Wks 133 . Anaconda 32*.. accidents ! Armour of 111 6« , Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT. Mich.. Oct. 9.—(/!•>—(United States Department of Agriculture.) Apples—Mich. tm. baskets and bu. boxes U. S. No. 1. 2'. a in. mln. Delicious, .75-1.15; Kings. .50-.00: Mclntoah. .50.85; .Spys, .85-1; Wolf Rivers. .40-.45; 2'.i in. min. Jonathans, .00-.75; Snows, .60.05. Celery—Mich, bunches dozens large, .?,!>: mnmmoth, .35-.40. Grapes—Malagas. 1.05-1.15; Tokays. 1.15-1.25; Rlblers, 1.50; Cornlchons. 1.15; Mich. 12 qt. baskets Concords, .22-.23. Onions—50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Mich, yellows, mediums. .50-.05; whites, .60; Mich. 10 Ib. .sacks yellows, .12-14. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Russet Rurbanks, 1.80-2: small, 1.GO-1.65: Mich. Russet Rurals. 1.25-1.40: Clilpprwas. 1.35-1.50; Maine Chlppcwas. 1.75-1.85. Ida. 10 Ib sacks Russets. .21.23; Maine 15 Ib. paper sacks Chippswas, .35. Detroit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT. Oct. n,-(/l'i -Poultry-Market jit"tirly. Hens. 5 Ibs. over. 14; leghorn ~fttenK,'31tW. «pT, 11; cocks, 8 and 10: Rock springers, 15; colored springers, 13; leghorn springers, 12: hen turkeys. 10 Ibs. up. 19; toni turkeys. 15 Ibs. up. 18; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 12; rabbits, 9. Detroit Dairy (Quotations In Cents) DETROIT. Oct. 9.—(/7 1 )—Butter—Dest mimicry in tubs, 26-27. EKUS -Current receipts, 17; dirties, 14':,; checks, 13';,. were not available from -..*.,„ ., • sheriff's department this morn- j£?hmTet * Hccia''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.:".: '.'.'.'.; 2 $ For Week-End — >Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallin and sou, Curtiss, of Flint, arrived Saturday to visit with Mrs. Wall in 's sisters, Mrs. Melard Warren and Mrs. Daisy Webster, in Summit. Mr. Walli nand son, Carl, returned Sunday. Mrs. Wallin will visit for a week or 10 days. To Washington — Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cuthbertson, 408 . East Court street, left Friday lor Washington, D. C.. to attend the national convention Chicago Poultry (Quotations In Cents) _ , , CHICAGO, Oct. 9.—(d'l—Poultry—Re- tllC Aviation Corporntlon 53• rrlpts live. 28 trucks; market steady' ' liens. 4',.;, Ibs. up. 141,1,; under 4\' s Ibs., _ .j, \''.\'z\ leghorn hens. 10>,4; broilers, Chen A: Ohio 431-, " - ' - - Chrysler 921;. Colum G & El '. 7.1^ Com'wlth South ]i:. Curtiss Wright 7" Eire P & lj 9 General Elec 4fl.if, Gen Foods '' " 401:, General Mot 541 j, Hudson Mot • • • • • ^. Int Harvest "' 04 Int Nick Can ' '" 391' Jut Tel & Tel 53" Kennccott Corp 391-, Llgg ct Myers B . of postmasters In progress in that city. Between 5,000 and 6,000 postmasters are expected to attend the convention. Announce Birth—Mr. and Irs. Laverne Taylor of Sagi- nw announce the birth of a ughter, at Paulina {Jtcarns •spital, on Saturday. The by has been named Carol e. Mrs. Taylor is the Jfor- .-r Miss Pauline Sweikhardt Ludington. Veterans — William Salisbury mp No. 52, United Spanish ar veterans, and Anna Bar- vra Switzer auxiliary No. 25 ill meet on Wednesday eve- Ing at 8 p. m. In Scottville ommunlty hall. All members re asked to be present as election of officers will be held. Left Recently—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spencer and daughter, Arlcnc Helen, of Jackson rc- '•urned recently to tneir home iftcr visiting at the home of Mrs Spencer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson, 317 North Lewis street. The Spencers were cnroute to Newport Ritchie, Fla., to spend the winter. Legion—There will be a meet- Ing of Edwin H. Ewlng post No. 76, American Legion, on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the DAY coach. Reports of the national convention will be given and svery member Is asked to be present. Free beer and hot dogs will be served. Any World Wai- veteran may attend this meeting. Central State—Miss Donna Lou Caplon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Q. D. Caplon of 503 Bast Loomls street/and Roger Bollne, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Boline of 804 East Loomls street, returned to their studies at i ?, e ,. n ™ al sfcate Teachers' college, Mt. Pleasantc after spending the week-end at the homes of iheir parents in Ludington., Miss Capon and Mr. Bolide will .Fj, e the guests on Qct, 14 of 'prof, and Mrs. C. C..Rlchimeye'r of Me. Pleasant at th# ti Eastern '"**'Kentucky State- Central State Teachers' football game, to -be played at Richmond, Ky, prof. Richtmeyer is head of the mathematics department at the teachers' college. Marshall Field Ma.sonlte Corp 35 Montgomery Ward '.'" 541; Nash-Kelvlnator c^i National Natl Power &. Light '" 8 : !'i New York Central " ao^i North American ''.' 22 Packard '.'.'.'.'. 4 Penney <J C) ........! 89^4 Phelps Dodge 471'', Phlllp-i Pete --Pullman . Radio .... Radio Kell Reo Motor Republic Steel St. L-San Finn BK - • C ... i-6rp eel . inn . •• •- 38 Ibs. and under colored, 15',-,; Plymouth Rock. 18: White Rock, 18; leghorn broilers, 2 Ibs. and under, 14',4; leghorn sprlncs over 2 Ibs., 11; springs, 4 Ibs. up, colored. 12; Plymouth Rock. 14; White Rock. 14: under 4 Ibs. colored, 13; Plymouth Rock. 15; White Rock, 14; bareback chickens. 11T roosters. 10'/a; ICR- horn roosters. 10; ducks, 4' 2 Ibs. up, colored. 13; white. 13; small colored, 9; small white, 10; gccsc, 14; turkeys, toms, 14'i; hens. 17. ncnton Harbor Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) I3ENTON HARBOR, Mich.. Oct. 9.— (IP) —Krult market prices Sunday were: RSTE O . .OI.;:»w2v8| onEdlt.?, kO StEen;8t N--o- Grapes—Concords. Jumbos. No. I, 19.22; fancy, .23-.24; No. 2, .16-.19; 4-qts., .12-. 14';,. Apples—Bushels, No, 1, Jonathans, 2'a In., .65-.7S; Delicious. 2'4 In., .70-1; HuhbardstoiiK, 214 in., .50; Rome Benu- tyf>, .50; Grimes Golden, .50-.55; Ti. I. Greenings, .45-.5S; Northern Spys, .40.60; SteclP. Reds, .45-.85'. Penrs—Bushels, No. 1, 2',4 In. Klcf- fcrs, .60-.65. Tomatoes—JumboH/'Np. 1. .30-.70. Lima beans—Jumbos, 1.10-.15. Celery—Bunches, hearts. .15; mediums. .20-.25: Mammoths. .35. Members of Grange Elect New Officers Amber Orange held its annual election of officers Friday evening with William Buffenbarger being elected new master; other officers elected were Raymond Conrad, overseer; Mrs. Roy Chilberg, lecturer; J. K. Hasse, steward; George Carter, assistant steward; Mrs. Walter Gowan, chaplain; Herbert Carlson, treasurer; Percy Morse, secretary; Merle Bates, gate 1 Keeper; Mrs. Archie Conrad, Ceres; Miss Mary Hubbell, Pomona and Mrs. Evar Carlson, Flora, the last three making up the Court of Honor. Mrs. Tom Alway was elected lady assistant steward. During the program hour Walter Gowan, the present master, read the address given by the National' master, L. J. Taber, written in behalf of Booster Night; Tom Alway read an interesting article on "What is the Grange," and Mrs. William Buffenbarger read a very thoughtful article written by Dr. Holland on "Classifying Ourselves." A social hour ana luncn followed. Amber Juvenile Grange held election of officers under the direction of its sponsor, Mrs C. E. Hubbell. Harold Bates was elected master; Walter Gowan Jr., overseer; Carolyn Hasse lecturer; Ray Bates, steward; J. K. Hasse, Jr., assistant steward; Helen Hubbell, chaplain Leslie Andersen, treasurer; Virginia Westin, secretary; Eugene Carlson, gate keeper; Court of Honor, Donna Carlson, Ceres; Mary Lou Conrad, Pomona, anc Marietta Hasse, Flora. Dorothy Carlson was elected lady assistant steward. A program of songs and readings was given with lunch following. Eleanore Nicely was guest at the program hour. The next meeting will be the annual installation of officers. Name Mrs. Wieklund Auxiliary Head The Ladies' Auxiliary of Samuel Shunk Post, No. 156 American Legion held election o officers at the meeting 1 Thursday evening. Mr. Rudolph Wieklund was elected president; Mrs. C.M Spencer, vice president; Mrs. G Ferris, Junior vice president Mrs. H. Engelbrecht, secretary Mrs. Walter Langfeldt, treasurer; Mrs. David Milne, chaplain Mrs. Alex Andersen sergeant a arms; Mrs. Alfred Johnson, historian. Mrs. C. M. Spencer was elected installing officer, to install the officers at the meeting to be held on the fourth Thursday October. of GUERNSEY BULL SOLD A registered Guernsey bull has recently been sold by William L. Pleiness Anderson. This to William animal is Maple Dawn's Ferdinand the Bull 277031 according to The American Guernsey Cattle club, Peterborough, N. H. Mrs. Francis Carberry of 411 South Rath avenue, lifetime resident of Ludington, passed away Sunday morning at the state sanitorium at Howell after a lingering illness. She was 28 years of age. Mrs. Carberry was born in Ludington on March 21, 1911, and had lived in this city during her lifetime, excepting a year's residence at Muskegon. She was affiliated with St. Simon's Catholic church and held office in St. Simon's school. Married seven years ago to Francis Carberry, who survives her, she is also sjirvived by three children, Leatrice Joy, Alice Ann and Patrick Lee; by her mother, Mrs. .'A. Compeau; a sister, Adella Compeau, and three brothers, Lester, Jesse and Raymond Compeau. The body was returned to Ludington in the Morrison funeral coach and was returned to the home on Rath avenue late today. Funeral services will be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning from St. Simon's church. Interment will be made in North Victory cemetery. Maps, key to all successful military operations, were transmitted by wire to field troops tor the first time in history at the" recent Plattsburg, N. Y., maneuvers of the U. S. army. Using standard teletype machines, commanders scouting 'enemy" positions were able to wire maps covering their exact tactical situation within seven minutes. Mrs. Carrie R. Peck of Riverton township, pioneer resident of Mason county, passed away on Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Rhoads, at Muskegon. She was 73 years of age. Born on April 13, 1866, in Macomb county," Mrs. Peck spent her early life in that locality. For 55 years a resident of Riverton, she was one of the 'last charter members of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Ludington and was known throughout her lifetime for her deep interest in the church. She was married on Dec. 19, 1883, to Rufus Peck, who pre#—#—*—#—* 1 NOTICE! TOMORROW, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10TH, is (he last day for water rent to be paid without penalty. Scottville City Water Department Scottville Locals Mr. and Mrs. David Milne left Saturday for a trip on which they plan to visit Kendallville, Fort Wayne and Berne, Ind., and in Albion. They may extend their trip farther south if 'weather conditions, remain good and will be away.. for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Barclay and daughter, Janet, of Royal Bethany Lutheran * Ladies' Aid Society Will Give a Fall Supper Wednesday, Oct. 11, *—#—*—#—» -- *_*_*_#_ The Registered SPENCER . .... CORSETIERRE Will Be in Ludington Today, Tuesday and Wednesday. * CALL 1106 For Appointment. -#—*—» *—*—#—#—•» t In the church basement, . Serving begins at 5:00. | Tickets— 50c. *—#—*.—*- * -- *—*—*—#—* STAR SCOTTVILLE •^ ^^ * — JBb^P LAST TIMES TONIGHT —Added Attractions— Walt Disney Cartoon, Comedy and News. Shows 7:00—9:15. Admission 35c—lOc, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY—Double^Feature HOUSEWIFE OUTSMAPTS SHE SENT HER WASH TO THE AMERICAN And that's what all smart women do these humid Fall days . . . it's so silly to waste so much time and slaving effort when The American Laundry can do your laundry so cheaply. Send for us on your next washday! The American Laundry PHONE 186 BUYER'S INDEX READ f THE ADS* Your progressive Merchants Show You Where to Shop and How You Can Save Money. LOOK THE ADS OVER . . . YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bills LUDINGTQN AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. LoorrUs Street PYROFAX Trade-Mark GAS SERVICE Cooks—Heats Water—Makes Ice in Homes Beyond the Gas Mains CHARLES PETERSON West Filer St., Ludington Phone 680 OLD BUTCH GASOLINE "High Octane by Actual Test" Suburban Service Station Lud. Ave.~& Lewis St, Phone 570-W. Weather Flash! MUCH TONIGHT AND TOMORROW! \ GOING DOWN! ST*«I SALE WINTER AUTO HEEDS'. Most motorists in this vicinity are already well acquainted with Montgomery Wards complete stocks and splendid values in their Auto Supply Department! A sale of cold weather aiilo needs right at this time will undoubtedly be "warmly'-' rece«v« • ' cialsj- Equals $2.98 Fans I Defrosting Fan At Wards .,. only 4 rubber blades . . . streamlined Bakelitencase 1 Air blast defrosts •windshields 1 2-speed switch. 4 soft-rubber blades I Defrosting Fan At Wards .. . only 59 Try to beat this price! A big ' rubber-blade fan at an amazingly low price! Equals $2 .fans! RADIATOR ALCOHOL Price Cut To (in your container) 39 c gal: It's gonna be cold! Avoid trouble by. getting your supply of alcohol now ... at Wards low price! Guaranteed 188 proof . . . treated to prevent rusting your radiator. Protect your_caty *" fc_w^" Ice-Guard^ Anti-Freeze Equals 1.00, Anti-Freeze) T«l c W %-^gali >Low evaporation rate . . . treated' to retard seepage! It's most eco-' 'nomical to use. Resists rustingli 4-direction heat flow! Equals $16 Auto Heater Wards lowpricel Big motor . . . big core . . . BIG heat output! 4-door revolving front sends heat where you want it! Built-in blower for defrosting! (Defroster tube kit extra.) Safety for Sale! FOG LIGHTS Meef AH Legal Requirements I 754 inch Chrome Plated Extra large size ... theft proof construction! 6H inch Chrome Plated Equals $4.50 lights 1 Theft proof construction 1 6 inch Chrome Plated Adjustable bracket ... clamps on bumper arm! 6 inch Black Enamel Chrome trim... adjustable bracket! .59 S .49 •i , !•*• MONTGOMERY WARD, Catalog Order Servlco ipvet you moray on thousands of oth«r Ittsul Us* Wardi Monthly Paym«n» Plan on <jny pMfthqifl.of $19 103-109 E. Ludington Ave

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