The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 9, 1939 · Page 5
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Ludington, Michigan
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Monday, October 9, 1939
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MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE Make Friday 13th Your Lucky Day With News Wan t Ad PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER U. 8. Patent Office Trademark Retlstere* It Must Have Been Something He Ate! LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive insertions: Charge Cash Three dnys. 3 lines $ .81 $ .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 bp 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 the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space is the same as a line of copy. Announcements Card of Thanks VVK WISH TO THANK—All our friends ] and neighbors mill any others who sn ; ably assisted us at our fire lasl Tuesday in Amber township. TIIK MAHTIN 1'OI.CIN FAMILY. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. j 672. Frank Nordine, 810 K. Ludington Ave. Automobiles for Sale IORI)—1331 Oel.uxe sedan. $13.1.00. I!)3(l Tudor Ford sedan, $275.00. Nerhcim Motor Co. MOUTHS IIOl'SES—For rent at 5N9 N. Howe; 20G N. William: 20.1 N. Robert. Olmsirad A: Newbrri;. I'houc 22 or 7U2 evenings. Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 AL'TII Sl'I'PLIKS i Wholesale to deal:rs 50 fast selling | nerrssitiis. Make over MKV profit. Steady reprnl business. Requires Sinn . for assorted stock. Tl'NGSTKN. MM S. Wahash. Chicagu. l;SI-:il C.XR I'ARTS—Tires, parts, etc.. for sale. Marlon's courage. )•:. Liiilint;- lonjVve. Repairing—Service Stations 1G Al : TO REPAIRS—And acelylene welding and the job is always done riRht. lletka < 1102 S. Madisun St. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 FARMEKS ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MIISKKCiON* HKNDKRINCJ CO. Tel. (•rutlville. 129-F-ll. • Oflt CIOKR .Mil.I.—Will run every TUCRSkiAV until further notice. THE I'AKK STOU*. WE SKI.!..— Tiir bi-*t and service the rest—radios, washers, oil burners. Ironers, refrigerators, etc. Huy where you get jervlcc. Crnlemat's WIFE PAVING STATION, 117 S. James St. POPEYE JUST RECEIVED Smart new assortment of Ladies' [MO LAND IN S\GHT SHALL GO ALOFT AND SEE \F I CAN SIGHT NEUTOPIA OR. AT LEAST A FAMILIAR MERIDIAN . Pu. £VE,MV FRIEND, WE REACHED THE END OF THE CW/XRT \MITH NO L SW"° W QT WILL TALK VsJIT DOCTOR BUGGE. HE IS THE OWE THAT KNO HOW TO FIND MOT A SPECKJ ^— in all the new fall shades. Come in and see them. 49 C 98 C$ 1 PENNEY'S Hot Spot SCOKCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. b. Patent Office Livestock WHV, NO—IN FACT, I /MADE SURE TO LEAVE IT OPEN—JJ WAS ONLV WAV OUT/ Horses, Cattle, Vehicles THEN WE'RE SHUT CLIMBED THROU6H NISHT...A DESERTED BOAT HOUSE ON MALIBU BEACH... JUST AS SCORCH/ AND WENDY DISCOVER THAT THE /W/STERy PLANE, P38, WAS DELIBERATELY WRECKED, THEY ARE STARTLED BY THE CRACKLING OF FLAMES/ FOR S A LK— Ten work hors'.'s. 2 Shetland ponlrs. I good milking cows. Win. Kcrseliiu-r. 10 mi. S. & !i mi. E. Nlck- erson school. WK HAVE — A limited number of while leghorn pullets for sale, ready to lay. Archi-r's Hatchery, Hart. Phone 09- J. Merchandise Articles for Sale AT IIARC.AIN PRICES—'' 1 , h.p.. 110-volt 1 60-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Mo- torsi L. Mattix Store. Scottville. Zero Hour rrademark Registered U. S. Pateu- Office DICKIE DARE AU\ie, BUT HALF FROZEN, POOR PEVU! FROM Trie CABlti, PlClttE !"-START BLBCTWC 6TOV& '•- PUT OH VJAT5K 1 . HOT OLD Peet A ; PERCENT ?B-re( I* A MAN IN ~" Water 14.42 Contingent ™8.34 Wanted—To Buy \ .l.l.MESWAV I1ARX—Equipment is heavier and better. Costs no more. Huy i( I here. II. Smcdlicrj; & Son, Custer. Till: IIFST PLACE—To buy KIIIIS. ain- 1 munition-, and hunters' clothing is i II. Smctllierg «t Son. Custer. THINKING <)l" lirVING—A new cream separator" We want you to see tin* new MrCORMICK-I) E K II 1 N G ball lirarinrr separator. It has stainless steel discs and many other features >cm'll waul. II also comes in electrical IMiwer. W. I-:. HEADER & CO. in CUS- TKK. Farm and Dairy Products FOR SALE — Rran. Mids, ground barley and (Jooches Best Flour at reasonabl. 1 prices. Hrody Bros., 429 E. Dowland. Tel. JIO. POTATOES—50c a hli.; also rhubarb. Norman Randall, G ol I.udington, R. 3. on US-3I. Fuel, Frctl, Fertilizers SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and earrinnv BETHKE FEED BARN. Phone J65-W. Good Things to Eat ORDER YOl'R—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine, starks. R-d & Ciolden Delicious, Wagners. Spies. Winter | Kananas and Halduiiis. .lohn M. \. j Hanspii, '.; mi. N. stiles Corner, R. 2. i Ludlngton. Household Goods 59 ! ————^———^———^—i Gi-nfral I ItUYING—Used furniture,_cook stoves, j p o n ce heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New «' Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Uowland St. Tel. 4X1-M. Street 1,478.08 355.81 Professional Services oa *" Poor .. Fire .. Water Library YOU CAN NKVKR WORK YOUR I1KST— If you suffer from e>estrain. Come in and talk It over. Chinncry, Sroltvlllc. j It.ARGAIN PRICKS—On Rood vieA gaso- i line engine washing machines, cream j i p^-k . separators, range stoves, electric i TJ -t Tri^i.-4. - j?«_, TJ n-nt ' Scwns' I ranges. B nsollne stoves. L. Mattix I XC63/1 JljSbal6 I0r Xvcnii ' Oeners , Store, Scottville. ' Cartier Park 106.75 i 109.20 591.35 418.35 I 83.23 261.55 Attorney for J. P. Carroll. Business Address: Ludlngton. Mich., National Bank of Ludlngton Bldg. Oct. 9, 16, 23. 30. Nov. 6, 13. FINAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court lor the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held nt the 37539 Probate Office In the City of Ludington NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. S. Patent Offlcr. 58.15 Hiisincss Service 31 — KUMlltSS ^e^^lCC Ji GOOD USED OH KURNING CIRCt'- l.ATOUS at barcain prlr'-s. See them Flits 74 i Moved by Haller and supported by 1 1.11S It , TnHlc L,, ,f.- f ,,,„ , pr>nr f. hn nnnpntecl LAUNDRY — Work wanted. Excellent work. Called for and delivered. Prices reasonable. Tel. 350-W. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 CIIUIST.MAS CARDS—Sell .1(1 assorted folders, name imprinted SI. Cost you 5()r. Samples free. Dunbar, New Brunswick, N. .1. EXPERIENCED S1I,K I'KESSKKS—Want- i ell. Steady employment. Good wa^es. ! Apply or write to Ilaker IJros. Cleaners. > 3M Emmet: St., Ilaltle Creek, Mich. j WE PAY—$5.1)0 for selling ten $1.00 ; boxes. 50 beautiful assorted name imprinted Christmas cards sell $1.00— your profit 50c. Kree sample offer. Thomas Dorait Co., 28 MA White Plains. N. Y. WAITRESS WANTED. PETE'S EAT SHOP. 3COTTVILI.E. LATORS at liargain prices. See them . 7^ ~. I ., '.ana nacptea nna oruers uruwii n before you buy. H. Smedbcrg & Son, ' FURNISHED— I ive-room apartment for ,„„ to the charter. Roll call, yens custer. i ri ' nl - steam heated, Fngidaire. Phone j Bmrnm. Schmock. Madison. ________ ._. . I ISIS. i Hnllc-r. Zeber. Johnson. Nays A 'aln I :inq A at K pele's r s < i?oe Shine Shop, i ™ 11 KKNT-Unfurnished 1st floor 5- | 117 S .lames St •->""!'. ronm apartment. Large living room ' j with lire place, steam heat. Owner will pay for parl of coal. Inq. 405 N. Rath. ! Madison that the report be accepted ! and adopted and orders drawn accord— •• -•• — seven, Marks, Haller. Zeber, Johnson. Nays none. Carried. WESTCLOX WEEK—Oct. 7 to 11. Com- ! p!-te stock of Westclox Alarm-Drsk- j Kitchen and Ivory Boudoir clocks. Hnv your clocks at Hamilton's. 22. r i S. .las. Farm Equipment Gl ONE :t-ROOM APT.—Upstairs; 5-room apt. ilowjnsiairri. Heated, IVirnished. .Km it or service. Inq. 305 E. Ludinglon. Phone 43B. BUILDING PERMITS Henry Underwood, Ira Hopkins, Win. Frutril'l, John Brant, Edgar Anson mado applications for building permits. Moved Uy Madison and supported by permits be granted. Moved by Bertram and supported by i Hnlli-r to adjourn. Carried. DEAN THOMPSON. Marks that the Carried. I , Houses for Rent 77 City Clerk. H. SMfeJJUUKQ SON- CUhi'tK. WOOD LATHE—And table saw for sale, cheap. Inquire 201 E. Melcndy. FURNISHED HOUSE—For rent. 7 rooms, i bath and furnace. 1 block from Lyric | theater. Phone 490 or Inq. 301 S. Rath, i Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R LEGAL NOTICES FINAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County Specials at the Stores G4 Help Wanted—Male 33 STEADY WORK—GOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED call on farmers. No experience or capital required. Make up to S12 a day. Write Mr. llaby. Box 192. Bav Citv. Mich. 575 HOhVER—Sweeper, rebuilt like new, ?24.50. $61.90 brand new Royal cleau- tr with hand cleaner. $.19.50. Wallace Kuras, 21!) W. Lud. Tel. ti04. Room 8. Nan Bank Bldg. Wearing Apparel 65 FOR SALE—2 ladies' coats, 1 man's coat; 'kerosene, gasoline and gas stoves. Inquire 806 S. Madison. Phone 449. BURN Kg$S3@^HMi&&^tai^^HR8S&S«| roll! AVOID CLINKERS High heat content Light, powdery ash Less smoke and soot Holds fire well fffffffff YOU/1 SUPPLY NOW / Houses for Sale 84 BUILDING FOR SALE—The Hospital Assoc. invites cash offers for purchase of house No. 1101 S. Washington Ave. Building to bi> moved off site. Address A. N. Kinney, 407 Sixth St. Phone 914 after G p. m. of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the City of Ludington in said County, on the 4th day of October A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Gavigan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of George in said County, on the 3rd day of October A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Gavigan, Judge o'f Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Doretta Meier, Deceased. Bernard Ostendorf having filed In said Court his final administration ac- ' count, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of i said estate 1 It is Ordered. That the 31st day of October A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock in the | forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and is hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hearing said petition; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three oiic- cerslve weeks previous to said day of hearing, in The Ludlngton Daily News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said County. OWEN J. GAVIGAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Regis*;.•!• of Prouiite. Oct. 9, I'l, SJ. Fountain William Tava, who is employed in the Van Sickle sawmill near White Hall, spent 3 ROOM HOUSE—2 lots, garage, $GOO. 205i-i E. Melendy, real bargain, $1,600. N. .lames St. See this one. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ma C vfs Se having filed In said Sunday, Oct. 1, with his fam- 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 run free of charge. Court her final administration account, and her p.-tition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of said estate It is Ordered, That the 31st day of October A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock in ths forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and I it\ hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hearing said | petition; It Is Further Ordered, That pxiblic notice thereof be given by publication ot a copy of this order, for three BUC- cissive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said County. OWEN J. GAVIGAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 9, 16, V.o. Uy. Seven pupils of the Fountain school have dental appointments for Wednesday, Oct. 11, in Ludington. The children will be taken to the dentist's office by Mrs. Lloyd VanSickle, chairman of the health committee. Mr. and Mrs. George Camfield, who have purchased the Claude Renwick property in the southern part of the vil- WELL, NOW THAT OUR INl/ENTIN'5 OVE1R,GUESS I'D SETTER &£ GOIN' ALON6— MAY BE SOME LEAKY HGSE9 ALONCr THE WAY THAT NEEP FIXIN" / J\ WHY CARP/- YOU AREN'T GOING-JO LEAVE US NOW-you HAVE NO PLACE TO GO—YOU'RE GOIN6 TO c,TAY RIGHT HERE/ NO sif?; you AIN'T LEAVIN' HEgE/ YOU CAN FINP PLENTY TO PO HERE IN QS< III i-il In Thf AP t-'gahnc Sen PREVAILED UPON TO POSTPONE HIS DEPARTURE CAR.P^ SET ABOUT FANCVlNCr UP HIS HAYLOFT BOUOOlR -- IT WAS NO TIME BEFORE HE HAD THE PL/sCE AS HOME-LIKE A5 A lage, moved last week the Camfield farm in Mills district. Mr. and Mrs. Renwick have moved to Tallman. Edsel Hansen, who tfiaches i at Alendale, visited recent- Irom the'and Scottville Wednesday after-' BV virtue of'a writ of fieri facias, | Jv with his parents, Mr. and . .*.. _. t „* „ „,» ,.» r i n ,. 4-1,« »,nni rtf +1*£» A/i vo HOVV»T o v» TTn v\ con AUTO-TRUCK — Or tractor repairing j labor to exchange for hard wood. II. M. McDowell, LaSarge's Corners, Victory. issued out of and under the seal of the Circuit Court for the County of Mason and State of Michigan, to me directed fand delivered, In favor of J. P. Carroll Abrahamson-Nerheim Co. Phone 130 against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Sonnle Koenig I did, on the 4th day of October A. D. 1939, levy upon and take all the right, title, and interest of said Sonnle Koenig in and to the following described real estate, situated In the County of Mason and State of Michigan, to-wit: All those certain pieces and parcels of land situated In thev City of Ludlngton, County of Mason and State of Michigan, known and described as Lots 21 and 22 of Block 146 of the Fourth Addition to the City of Ludlngton, and Lots 4 to 11 both inclusive of Block 145 of the Fourth Addition to the City of Ludington accord- Ing to the recorded plat hereof, all of which I shall expose for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, w., „„....„„.. as the law directs, at the North floor of Mayor and i the Courthouse in the City of Ludlng- _ _ I ton (that being the building in which Commissioner Johnson, president pro I the Circuit Court for said County of Official Proceedings October 2, 1939 COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS Regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners held at the City Hall, Lud- Ington, Michigan, on Monday, October 2, 1939, at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Present, City Attorney, Chief of Police. Commissioners Bertram, Schmock, Madison, Marks, Haller, i'\ber, Johnson Mrs. Herman Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Anthony and children, Betty arid Donald; Frank Borema and Mrs. Philip Hartman of Ludington were Monday guests, Oct. 2, of Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Borema at a duck dinner. Aosent, His Honor Commissioner Pell. tcmpore, was in the chair. Moved by Haller and nupported by Bertram that the minutes of the previous meeting be approved. Carried. IHNANCE REPORT ' General Street $ 22.00 Police 38.01) I Mason, State of Michigan, is held), on Wednesday the 29th day of November A. D. 1939 at 11 o'clock In the forenoon. Dated, October 1th, 1939. QEORQE L, OOLYER, WILFRID HOCKINO, FreesAii Mrs. E. M. Stephens and Mrs. Frank Hunt met with Mrs. George 'Rayle Wedesday, Oct. 4, to plan for the county Women', 0 , Christian Temperance Union meeting scheduled for this evening at the C. M. Fisher home at Scottville and the matter of rearranging the church kitchen for the chicken supper to be held Thursday evening, Oct. 12. William Tobey, who has been McClellan School Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln McKee and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKee and son, Donald Lee, all of Hudson, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Homer McKee, daughter, Bernice, and son, Richard; Charles McKee, Gerald and Everett Me- ItedhS P^S y oU Whence 4 ™l ?lellan and Ann Patterson noon. Mrs. Henry Grinnell has been caring for her .sister-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Martin, in Manistee. Mrs. Martin underwent surgical treatment Wednesday and was reported resting quite comfortably Wednesday evening. ~ vis- U1 - is better. Dan Smith visited Ludington turn Sunday. nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Granger were Manistee visitors Wednesday and went to Ludington Thursday. Mrs. Loyal Bagley and family of Sherman visited her mother, Mrs. Laurence Tobey, Wednesday. Arrangements are being made for transportation of Freesoil school children to Ludington, seven each week, foj dental work. Plans are being made for a debating team in the Freesoil school which will join the debating league and compete with other schools. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Eddy and daughter, Guelda, left Thursday to visit relatives at Grand Rapids and Hastings. They will re- spent Sunday, Oct. 1, at the Harry McClellan home. Little Mary Ann Clark stayed with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mahn last week. Vera McClallan has been unable to attend school the past week due to a bad case of ivy poisoning. Farmers are busy digging potatoes and .pulling beans. We are proud of our 4-H girls and boys at the recent Western Michigan fair. The girls' cloth- Diamond School The Diamond Extension club vtfill hold its first meeting at the Home of Mrs. Dole Thompson, Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 11. The meeting will be called to order at 1 o'clock. The project this year is "Home Furnishings" and the lesson Wednesday will be "Color, the Master Key to Beauty." All old members are urged to be present and anyone interested is invited to attend a«a join the club. The Diamond tjaseball team played against the Banner school Friday -afternoon, Oct. 6, and were defeated. Mrs. Pau.1 Peterson picked some beautiful roses from her garden Friday, Oct. 6. She also has other lovely flowers, untouched by frost. school Thursday, Oct. 5. ing won a red ribbon, 'boys' han- I Mr. Johnson called at dicraft a red ribbon'. boys' ' ' J -~ "-"• * summer club, Hoof and Kernel club, 3 boys with corn, two red and one -white ribbons. Richard Mahn with his heifer re- the The school was glad to hear that Joseph O'Brien of the 4-H clu' " calved second prize on W hlblt of potatoes at the Hi ceived a blue ribbon, first prize.'Home Festival in ScottyiHe. $* i: i' *•»*•* •>••»-«

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