The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 10, 1939 · Page 5
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\ TUESDAY, OCT. 10,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE TRY A WANT AD! COLUMBUS Tried And Got Re suits' 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 for Irregular insertions takes the one time Insertion rate; no ad taken Tor less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by tele- I phone, and if paid at The Dally News Office within six days from the first insertion cash rate will he allowed. ( Ads ordered for three or six days and I 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. Rate per line for white space is the same as a line of copy. Announcements Card of Thanks And the Same to You! D. 8. Patent Office Trademark ReclBtere* POPEYE JUST RECEIVED assortment WELL,BLOW DOVMKi, A BIG MOMSKER APPARENTLY OK1STER OOVASEE VOEUTOPIA •2 SNORT SMOR.T1 PENNEY DOMIiROSKI—Your kind expression of sympathy is deeply appreciated and gratefully acknowledged. ANTON DOMIMOSKI and Family. ORDER YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Red & Golden Delicious, Wagners. Spies, Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. Hanson. U ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ltidington. SCORCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. S. Paten: Office Anchors Aweigh! Household Goods 59 Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. K72. Frank Nordlne, 810 E. Ludlngton Ave. Personals , 7 C;KT VIGOR AT ONCEI NEW Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain general InviRorators, oyster elements for vim, vigor, pep. Keg. $1.00 size, sppclal today X9c. Call, write Sahlm.irk's Pharmacy. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST—Holt with gold buckle for wine colored dress, between Lyric Theater and Orlulo Cafe. Call Mrs. Peterson, Phone 720-J. 2 KEYS—Found. On Century of Progress kcv ring. Owner may have same by calling at News and paying for ad. Automotive ^^J^^Vj^lM^J^V^Vrf^X^^XJ^-^^N^^ Automobiles for Sale I-OKI)—1934 Dcl.uxe sedan, $133.00. 193G Tudor Ford sedan. $275.00. Nerheim .Motor Co. BARGAINS—1P3.1 Ford Tudor. 1934 IMy- , mouth Toarh. 1935 Plymouth Coupe, 1934 Chevrolet. 1!)?.9 Chevrolet. Model A I'otd. 192:» I'ontiac. for sale. Kesicki's Motor Sales, 322 W. I.udinglon.' Auto Accessories. Tires, Parts 13 USED CAR PARTS—Tlrrs, parts, etc., fur sale. lUrlon's (Tttragr, K. l.udlng- ton Ave. Repairing—Service Stations 1C ACETYLENE WELDING—That's always richl and we charge no fancy price. ! lirlka Garage. 1102 S. Madison St. BARGAIN PRICES—On good ujcd gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store. Scottville. j CIRCULATING OIL HEATER—Used one winter, for sale. Inn.. 205 First St. Tel. 1 887-R. ] GOOD USED OIL—BURNING CIRCULATORS at bargain prices. See them before you buy. II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. < SIX DIFFERENT MODELS—Of the popular Duo-Therm 1933 OIL HEATERS nre on display. S-19 up. Thermostatic control $6.50 extra. II. Smedberg and Son, Custer. SIMPLIFY COOKING PROBLEMS—Hy using the cleanest type of stove. Estate plevtrlc range. Low priced and efficient. Let us explain balanced oven heat; bnkes perfectly on all sides. W. E. READER & CO.. in CUSTER. SHE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at I THE PALACE Scottville. $39.95 and up. FRANK CLAVEAU. COME ON, LADV TAKING VOU DICKIE DAEE Trademark Registered U. S. Pateu- Otiice Ice From the Icebox HAKIM \fi/A£ TO i/ve'P?e THAT YCHJ'CE ALIVE.' • U6 AMTHIN6 YOU WANT wen ear IT PER , W6HT QUICK I WESTCLOX WEEK— Oct. 7 to 14. Comstock of Westclox Alarm-Desk- Kitchen and Ivory lioudoir clocks. IJuy your clocks at Hamilton's. 225 S. .las. EXACTLY MIHUTIS6! HOW ABOUT, YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY— About tin- heat in your home when you have an ESTATE OIL HEATROLA. U is automatic with a remote control. .lust put in the oil and set the tc tiirr that you wish, that is all. Soe it ill W. E. HEADER & CO.. CUSTER. YOU STILL HAVE TIMK—To get that ! free set of dishes with a Round Oak i Itangt*. II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. i Farm Equipment U. SMIOIHERG Business Service Business Services Offered 18 FARMEUK ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MIJSKKGON RENDERING CO. Tel. beotlvlllc. 129-F-ll. WE SELL—T!-.z beirt and service the rest—radios, washers, oil burners, ironers, refrigerators, etc. Buy where you get jrrvlre. Grotomat's WIFE CAVING STATION, 417 S. .lamos St. Specials at the Stores 64 $75 HOOVER—Sweeper, rebuilt like new, ! $24.50. $61.90 brand new Royal clean- | er with hand cleaner. $39.50. Wallace Kuras, 21!l W. Lud. Tel. 604. Wanted—To Buy 60 BUYING—Used lurniture, cook stoves, heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New * Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland St. Tel. 481-M. Real Estate for Rent!- SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must hear 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. Wanted—Business Service 31 LAUNDRY—Work wanted. Excellent work. Called for and delivered. Prlc'.-s reasonable. Tel. 350-W. — — \ Apartments and Flats 74 .„,,„. ,.,„„ „..,, .. , BLACK MARE— With colt; also 3 PC. living room suite, will swap for cows. WASHINGTON— Yankee ship ! lines stopped foreign ships from i raisins' prices for returning i frantic Americans. ! Immediately on the outbreak . Amm-imn shinlinPS thP Of Wai, AniCllCan Slllp line*., U1L FURNISHED—Five-room apartment for ri'iit, steam healed, Frigidaire. I'hone Employment .^^S^S^SX^Wf^V^N^-'V^XN^. Help Wanted—Female 32 EXPERIENCED SILK PRESSEHS—Want- ed Steady employment. Good wagos. Apply or write to Baker Bros. Cleaners. 314 Emrnelt St., Battle Creek. Mich. 33 ; FOR HUNT—Unfurnished 1st floor .'.loom apartment. Large living room with lire place, steam heal. Owner will pay for part of coal. Ini|. 405 N. Rath. NEW HOME—At Pere Marqiicltc Apartments. E. Sixth St. for rent. Inq. at Floral Shop. cmt Ontl, •>'•; mi. N. and 1'.;. mi. E. of Scotlville. SWAP—Rabbit hound for shotgun or or anything I can use. 20<l N. Rath Ave., upstairs. Help Wanted—Male WOUNG MAN OVER 18—Wanted for pressing and delivery work. Lxperi- inoo unnecessary. Apply in person from C to 7 p. in. at Bonnie's Dry Cleaning. In Justice Court about 40 commercial vessels now at sea and has an additional 119 collecting parnacles in various out-of-the-way estuaries. They are forlorn babies of the last war. Narrow Lanes As this is written two government-owned vessels, leased to private concerns, are in the Baltic sea. Others pass in and out from time td| time with permitted cargoes. We are informed at the maritime commission that none touch at German ports. bulk "of which" "are in debt to thej They carry on under exciting circumstances. Entering the Baltic they pass in the vicinity of the British home fleet stationed I in the North sea south of Norway. A British pilot steers them NEIGHBORLY tfSIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. S. Patent OKlcr. government or subsidized by it told the maritime commission that no passenger rates would be raised until American fugitives were brought back. There was considerable growling among foreign lines. An American stranded on a war- ridden shore is fair game for through secret courses among laid to | the British mine fields block subs. They have a strip of free pas- whatever foreigners can shake j sage ' until they reach the Ger- ONE 3-iiooM Ai-T.-upstiiirs; 5-room j Arrested by conservation of- apl. UowWNtairs. Heated, IVirnished. i ficei'S for hunting without a ll- Phone 43G. Livestock Tforses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FOR SALE—Ten work hois-s. 2 Shetland ponies, 4 «ood milkiiiK cows. Win. Korschner. 10 nil. S. & !-i ml. E. Nickerson school. WE HAVE—A limited number of white loKhorn pullets for sale, ready to lay. Archer's Hatchery, Hart. Phone 09-J. Merchandise v^^tXx-^^^-^^x* ^^>»>^^v>^^^x^-'v Articles for Sale 51 i.h"L t ° r ^r. rvicc - lnq> 30r> E> L " di "K t0 "-1 cense, Louis Pappe, 49, Mason """ county, pleaded guilty to Justice UNFURNISHED ti-HooM—Duplex flat ! Lester Blodgett Monday after- tor rent at cosn;. E. Loomis.'inq. cos noon by proxy. He agreed to pay! -- ™ —- ---.»-- •- - .- -, " ' costs of $6.85 rather! than serve ! build up the American merchant out of him. During the World war, returning Yankees had little recourse. There weren't enough ^atsNrw there ar^ been an expensive JOD to E. Loomis. Business Places for Rent 75 GAS STATION—And Grocery Store for sale. Inquire 609 N. Kalli. Houses for Reait 77 rilRNISHlOI) IIOUSU— For rent. 7 rooms. hath and furnace. 1 block from I.yrlc five days .in county -jail. Louis Bradley, 22 year old ne- gro, former CCC Camp Freesoil enrollee, waived examination and was bound over to circuit court when arraigned before Henry Seeba Monday lar- If rtlll < VIIVI I III llilCU. 1 IJMIl K I I Ulll !*,> I It: i „ . i c theatir. I'hone 4'jo or inq. 301 s. luith. i afternoon on a charge or ' ceny from a dwelling. Olmstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 AT BARGAIN PRICES—U. h.p., 110-VOlt CO-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattix Store. Scottville. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R EjV,RMMRS—Worm your poultry with Dr. Salisbury's Rota-Caps. Also complete line of Dr. Salisbury's Poultry Remedies and spray material. Hlver- vlrw Hatchery, S. Main St., Scottville. I ' l)l —In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Farms and Land for Sale 83 Business and Office Equipment 54 FOR lOc A DAY—Buy a portable Rem- incton-Rand typewriter at J. II. Cliln- nery's, Scotlvlllc. Farm and Dairy Products 55 MODERN HOUSES— For rent at SO!) N. I Not able to fUl'lllSll $500 bond Howe; 20G N. William; 205 N. Robert. j, 0 ...„„ ^ninmittpri tn inil RriH- Olmstead & Newber o ne was COmmiuea IO jail, ciaa- ley is charged with committing the alleged larceny on or about July 15. He was not located until state police recently picked him up in -Detroit. John Barowski, 31, Riverton township, pleaded not guilty and demanded trial when arraigned last Friday before Justice Blodgett on an assault and battery charge preferred by his wife. His 'bond, set at $500, was furnished. Wednesday, Oct. 11, has been set as date for the trial. Barowski was arrested by sheriff's department. ,FOR SALE—20 acre farm 1 ml. N. and 100 rds. W. of Scottville. Good land. Must be sold to close estate. I. J. Eddy, Adm. M. Ambrozc Est. Houses for Sale 84 1HJ1LIMNG FOR SALE-,The Hospital Assoc. Invites cash offers for purchase of house No. 1101 S. Washington Ave. Building to be moved off site. Address A. N. Klnncy, 407 Sixth St. Phone 914 after 6 p. in. FOR SALE—Bran, Mlds, ground barley . .._...- „...,,.., „ . , and Goodies Best Flour at reasonable 3 .J 1 ?/'™. "Pf 81 ^ 2 lots - garage, $000. prices. Urody Bros., 429 E. Uowland. Tel. 510. POTATOES—SOc a bu.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall, 6 mis. S. of Ludlngton, R. 3, on US-31. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 BACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BBTHKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 EQR SALE—Apples, pears and grapes, low. Quality best. Order now. 205'/i E. JMclendy, real bargain, $1,«00. 621 E. Mclendy with garage, $2,000. 208 N. James St. See this one. A, T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bide. marine but it seem now to warrant the trouble it took. Since the shipping subsidization program was given new life about three years ago, 108 passenger and cargo vessels have been ordered. Of these, 19 have been launched. Others are far along in the building. On completion, they will add more than a million tons to U. S. tonnage. That will double our present deep-sea tonnage. Thej 18 major lines now subsidized by j the government operate 148 vessels of 1,028,000 tons total. New, Large Tankers Of course that isn't all to which the U. S. would have access in time of war. U. S. deep- sea tonnage is only a minor fraction of the vast cbast-wise tonnage, part of which is fully capable of diversion to deep-sea transportation. In addition to the ships already ordered, bids were opened by the maritime commission man mine fields in the narrow j sea-passages between Denmark | and Sweden. Then German pilots navigate them through secret clear channels. They have equally exciting trips through the English channel, where British pilots must steer them. As they round the shores of Holland times really get tough. The British have laid mines to keep German submarines from getting out by way of the Kiel canal. Nearer shore is the German mine field laid to orotect important Nazi strongholds. The two mine fields actually overlap. VESSIR —CrUTHRlES THE BUTTIN'EST PANGEP THINS I EVE£ SEEN—BUTTEp HIS WAV CLEAN OUT O' THE 8A*N/~ AN 1 THE WATERIN' TROUGH"YA OUGHTA SEEN WHAT HE DONE T' THAT//-AN'LET ME TELL YA V BOUT THE TIME HE — BOUT THE ' GOAT AGIN 0LATTIN SMELLY . , e deliver. L. A. Hawiey and sons, sessions. Summit The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church met at the Kibbey home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Grace Hull was elected president to fill the vacancy made by j Mrs. S. A. Louden who is in ill health. Mesdames H. Fitch and W. kinney were appointed a committee to arrange for the annual supper to be given the latter part of the month. The average speed at whi.ch blind persons read Braille is 80 words a minute. Persons been delivered at Sabbath with sight average 200 to 500 In the province of Limburg, in the Netherlands, there is a small town called America; about three hours from Berlin, Germany, is New America. Not infrequently congress meets on Sunday, and many eulogies of deceased members PT-A Makes Plans for Masquerade VICTORY CORNERS. — Victory Corners held its Parent- Teacher association meeting Friday evening, Oct. 6. A program was enjoyed. During the business meeting it was planned to have a Hallo- we'en masquerade 'ball at the Victory townhall. The date will be announced later. KATTLIN6 ALONG LIKE A JEWELRY AUCTIONEER, QAFFV DUNHAM HAP THE BOVS TO THE POINT WHERE THE/'P JUST AS SOON HEAR HIM TALK ABOUT HIMSELF AS TO GO ON ABOUT THAT CtOAT/"IT'5 A MEAGER CHOICE,? September on an addi- i Friends and neighbors of this 34 vessels, including 12 late in tional "national defense" tankers. These are tankers capable of accompanying the fleet in action but serviceable in peace-time commerce. These tankers are of 16,900 horsepower, compared to about vicinity extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family of Mrs. Anton Drombrowski, whose unexpected death occurred Wednesday, Oct. 4. Roy Snyder and son, John, returned to Wadsworth, O., Wednesday after spending several daughter and family. John Pehrson left for Manitowoc, Wis., Wednesday where he has employment. Friends wil Ibe sorry to learn that Mrs. Harry Vandenberg's mother,'* Mrs. 'Anna Gray, is confined to her home in Ludington with illness. 11, at the spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson in Fern. Wednesday evening. Mrs. Selina Martin spent Last year the supper was served Dart of tne week at the home - 4,000 horsepower for the or- days with Mr. .Sn'yder's niece dinary tanker Their capacity is 150 000 barrels, about double ordinary, and their speed is 20 knots, which again is fjlmosit double that of rank-and-file oil carriers. By agreement, the cost of extra speed facilities, gun implace- ments, and other essential navy features are paid for by the government. Oil companies pay the and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Groth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hansen motored to Traverse City Friday. (Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groth attended the 50th wedding anniversary of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Rahn Sr., of Riverton Saturday. ' i John Roas left Friday for Mrs. Reed Hostess to Ladies' Society MAJOR SCHOOL—The Union Ladies' Aid society of Fern met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Lillian Reed with a good attendance of members present. The 'devotional period opened with unison singing; of "Take the Name of Jesus With You" and was followed by the business meeting during which the society voted to give five dollars toward the new hospital building in Ludington. Final plans and arrangements were made for the at the home of Mrs. Cora Everson -with the largest patronage, there has been for several years. The menu which the ladies have prepared for Wednesday's! f her son and daughter-in- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mar- U Mrs. Henry Gilnnell spent nd Thursday with Martin in Manls- supper includes besides the main Mrs chicken course, a variety of tee ' tastily prepared vegetables and, ' . -. A rrhnr tn rpn-mr rVio in i Mr. ana Mrs. Armur to tempt the ap-j of . parkdale visited j^Mll Those present at the meeting' rel * tives Wednesday - evening were Mesdames Cora Everson, i Mr. and Mrs. George Rayle Frances Schade, Clara Bedker, i entertained Thursday evening Dora Bedker, Grace Rathurn, with a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Allison, Louise Wilson, t Verneir Engwall, and daughter,, oranp whirls Mary Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil urace items, )•' , no ,.-_i., .(av,i«i« Harry Wilson, Laura Peterson, Sylvia Shilander, Viola Bryan, Mrs. R. King of Scottville and the hostess Mrs. Lillian Reed. words per minute. balance of the cost of the ships. Cumberland, O., where he will annual chicken supper which The government owns outright spend the winter with his will be held on Wednesday, Oct. ifreesoll Freesoil .farmers are hoping good weather will Continue ov>ri —. , ..„ allow them to harvest fall Forty-hour devotions will lCr ™~ ,,r,^ 1 ^.,»u^, r ,,. „. ,.- j, ne id at St. John <?i Willard Holmes pf Ludlng- fhurch beginning Monday, ton visited friends in FjeesoU 17. ski served a nice luncheon, •f Lydi'c and Beverly, Shirljf and Jack Rayle. Miss Emily Mastella, Genevieve and Johanna Pe- karchik were guests Tuesday evening of Miss. Anna Szydlowski at the Catholic narsonige.. The evening was spent in play-" ing games and Miss Szyalow*-

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