The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 13, 1939 · Page 7
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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 13, 1939
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FRIDAY, OCT. 13,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE "4 Friday The 13th Is Lucky! Look At Thes Want Ad Bargains Below PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER i POPE YE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Chariie 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 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 aash 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. Hate per line for white space is the same as a line of copy. Announcements Card of Thanks 2 PECK— We wish to thank our kind frii nds and neighbors for their thoughtful sympathy and beautiful floral offerings during our rceenl bereavement. the death or our mother, Carrie I'eek. MR. and MRS. 1IKRT NEY. MR. and MHS. WILLIAM HASEN- P.ANK. Mil. and MRS. CIIARI.KS IUIOADS. MR. and MUS. WII.Iil'K PKCK. Flowers and Mourning' Goods 4 CUT KLOWKRS— And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordine, 810 K. Ludington Avc. Personals 7 MKNi GET Vlr.OR AT ONCK! NEW <Mrex Tonic Tablets contain general InvlRiirators. oyster elements for vim, vigor, pi-p. Itc-q. $1. 00 si/e. special today H'lc. Call, write Sahlmark's Pharmacy. JUST RECEIVED for children CORDUROY JIMMIES 98c Corduroy Jackets, $1.49 Corduroy Long Suits, $1.98. Colors, wine, blue, rust and green. PENNEY'S Employment ^^^^V^^XXy-x^x^^^^xx^x^N^^^N^^j Help Wanted—Male D. B. Patent Offlcn Trademark THEY AIN'T EMMV SEA MONSKER. IT WAS JUS'A LITTLE VvJORM ONVA END OF THE. TELE SCOPEVL^S? THEM IT IS QUITE I OBVIOUS WE HAVE JslOTHlWG TO V/i ABOUT? |\ NOTHIK1K EXCEPT VJE'A MANY DAVS KT SEA AN 1 NEUTOPIA IS NOT IN SlGHTt DO WOT LET THAT DISTURB VOU.MV FRIEND, WE SHALL FIND NE1KOPIA OR SOME .OTHER LAND - --VAS, BOT THE K DIFFICULTNEV IS OUR 1 FOOD IS GETW LCWJ ' World riffcu rettfved r 1919, King Feature* Syorficiu. lm» lO*' SCOBCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. t>. Paten; omce 33 APPLE PICKERS—Wanted. S. J. Hcrban, !-j mi. W. Kistler's Corners. A HALF HOUR LATER, SCORCHY CIRCLES, BEACHESJ THE LITTLE CRAFT THAT SAVED THEIR LIVES Situations Wanted—Female 30 WORK AS— Housekeeper wanted In small family. Good cook. Tel. 1010 or inc|. 312 N. William. Financial Money to Loan — Mortgages 40 MONEY— Loaned to farmers at lowest I cost in history of PCA for fanniiiR piiil>oscs. Office hours: Monday and Tuesday forenoons. Grand Rapids Production Credit Ass'n. Oceana County svgs. Hank Bldg.. Hart, Mich. Automotive ^^^^N^^X^-^^s^^^^^^^^-yy^ Automobiles for Sale Livestock Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FOR SAI.K—6 weeks old pigs. Peter Dehro. 3 ml. S., 1 mi. W., "., mi. S. MADE A THOROUGH EVEN BURNED PLANE TO MAKE IT LOOK WELL, SOMEONE DION HTT AND THAT SOMEONE LIKE WHAT WE LEAR^JEP J KNOWS WHERE MY ABOUT THE P-387 /BROTHER JOHNNY IS/ HEADING -WE'VE ALOT BACK" TO SAN LONG WAY TO DO WHEN Custcr or school. 1 mi. \\ ml. Marble DIUJLLE UARE *-., .^w-\^V^V>^^^^N^'-/"^'.^NX-H- Trademark Registered U. S. Pateu" Office 11 FOItU—Short n-hcrlhav truck in very Rood eondition. .lust the thing for skidrliiic holts nut of the woods, a real buy. only SR.Vnn. Two 1H3I Ford panel Irnrks In Rood running rondition. real llarcains. Two IMS Chevnili-l 2-door town sedans. HUH I'lyinoutli 4-dmir sc<l ui. liins lluirk '.'-door trunk sedan. I!i:i7 llulek coup.-, likp new. He s,,rr :iii(l sr« our s-leetlon of low prieed. hiKh quality ears under Slim. Kvery oin- a real buy anil ready for thousands of miles of troiible-lree trans- porlatinn. Low prircv F.isy trnns. LiidniRton Auto Sales. Phone fill!!. IOI{|>—1!)3I DrLiivr sedan. 5135.0(1. 1936 Tudor Kurd sedan, $275.00. Nerhelm Motor Co. Auto Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 TWO HORSES— For sale. Age 5 and 12 yc.irs. Weight about 1.200. K. W. Classen. K. 1, Ludington. !'« mi. W. Kistler's filling station. Summit. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 I M:I> cut PARTS—Tins, parts, etc.. for vile. 'Urton's Garage, K. LuiHlij;- tiin Ave. Repairing—Service Stations Ifi AI'TO ItFPAIKS—lly experienced work- mr n that will save ><ni money every ilav. Helka Garage. lio2 S. .Madison St. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 fAKMKKK ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. I'biiiie collect. Prompt service. MI'SKEGON KENDEKING CO. Tel. r.cottvllle, 129-F-Il. IMPROVE YIM. U VISION—lly wearing glasses, properly fitted and correctly adjusted. Clilnnrry, Scpttville. WE SEt.:—The best and service the rest—radios, washers, oil humors, ironcrs, refrigerators, etc. Buy where you get service. Grolemat's WIFE PAVING STATION, 417 S. James St. , .MILL—Now in operation. Pressing days. Tuesdays and Fridays. Frank .latin/. '•; mile west of Fountain, '— -== Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 .MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed, plain>., ''I'Jc. Ludington Dry Cleaners, .lames & Foster Sis. AT BARGAIN PRICES—' . h.p.. 110-volt 60-ey. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. iMatlix Store. Scottville. ! FOK SAI.E—t'sed 20 gauge pump gun. ' SIN. I'sed 16 gauge pump gun, like I new. $28. I'.sed 12 gauge pump gnu. $15. t'sed 12 gauge pump gun. $25. II. i SMI DIIKIU; A.- SON. CUSTKR. I TENTS FOR SAI.K—Si/e 9x12. Sidewalls j and Fly. I'sed 2 mos. Price $15. Barn- i hart lloat Livery. Phone 5-F-4 | Farm and Dairy Products 55 i FOK SALE—Bran. Mids, ground barley and Goodies Best Flour at reasonable prices. Brody Bros., 429 E. Dowland. Tel. 510. IN TH£" MOST OF ALL TWE IS MAHARAJAH £Mi& HAMM'6 INTELLIGENCE'. HAMM AN EXPERT OH PRECIOU6 .'.... HE WELL. KNOWS THAT THE 6KEEH ' ~ THE 3AHI&S PA3TE ! QUIT& RI6HT, LITTL5 OH£, IT 16 PA6T& - •• fHAT 16, OH TH& 6UKFAC& IT WOULD TAt<& A MOKS 6UBTI& AND IMAGINATIVE MIND THAN VOO/% TO &}&&& THAT 5CME7«/f\/<3 QUITE OlFFeKShlT MIGHT Be CONCEALED \» Huhi. ll*.»<,»ii i,> rn. AC r-.r»,,«.!,«, APPLES—For sale. Hand picked, 25c a bu. .Mrs. ICmma Schwass, I'.V mi. E., 1 mi. S. Sulton's Corner. K. 1, Lnding- Farm Equipment POTATOES—50c a bti.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Kandall, G mis. s. ol I.udingtori, K. 3, on US-31. KIPE III'BIIARD SCJt'ASH—For sale by the pound or ton. Frank Barclay. Tel. I2G-F-H. Scoltville. POTATOES—For sale. Good quality. r,0c a bu. at farm. Get your winter supply now. Charles Hansen, 1 mi. W., :l ( mi. S. Victory townhall. Tel. 8-F-2. Household Goods 50 HAUGAIN PRICES—On Rood U led Raso- line engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric raiiRes, R.isoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. POTATOES—35i- a bu. Field run. Karl Wolf. K. 3, Scoltville. 3 mi. N. of Scottville. HKAUTIFUL MASSIVE—I1LACK WALNUT !)-pii'ce dining room suite, like new. [or sale. Priced reasonable. Wright's Upholstery, 203 E. Uowlnnd. JUST KKCKLVED—The IIMV TL!UH(\LIFT INJECTOR PUMPS. They an- a tried pump that we know will do the job. No working parts in the well. It has 13 outstanding features. See them at W. K. HEADER & CO., in CUSTEU. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5G SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and Rardens. IIETHKE FEED BARN. Phone 163-W. Good Things to Eat 57 Dressmaking and Millinery 21 HEMSTITCHING—Stamped pillow eases, bally dresses, sweaters, blankets,han- luis. Needlework Shop, 211 S. James. APPLES— All varieties, prieed low. llrst quality. Order now. We deliver. L. A. Mawley & Sons. Phone 207. OUDl.It YOUK— Winter supply of apples now. Very line. SUirks, R"d' & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies. Winter Ifanaius and llaldwlns. John M. A. Hansen. '... ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, LiidiiiRton. WINTER APPLES— Number of varieties for sale. 15c a bu. and up. Joe Strem- ski, I':., mi. N.. '.., mi. W. Stiles corners. FURNITURE—Kitchen, bedroom, liv- ini; room and dining room furniture, also Chevrolet coach for sale. Inq. B21 E. Melendy. Priced reasonable lor quick sale. GOOD USED (111—BURNING CIRCULATORS at bargain prices. See them before you buy. H. Smedberg & Son, Custcr. WANT PLENTY Or HEAT THIS WINTER? The ESTATE OIL HEATIJOLA docs the trick with its 1NTENSI-FIRE. Sec- these stoves that are becoming I he fastest sellers ill this region. W. 1C. HEADER & CO., CUSTER. WESTI'LOX WEEK—Oct. ~ to 14. Complete stork of Weslclox Alarm-Dcsk- Kilrhen and Ivory Boudoir clocks. Uuv your clocks at Hamilton's, 225 S. Jas. Specials at the Stores NEWEST G. E.—WHITE WASHER, $69.50 and S^.!>. r >. l> tube G. E. table radio free. Newest Easy White Washers, $69.50 and 60 boxes Oxydol soap free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludington. Phone 604. Wanted—To Buy 6G HUYING—Used lurnittirc, cook stoves, he.iiters and heatrolas. Hob's New «fe Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland St. Tel. 481-M. 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. NEIGHBORLY NEI&HBORS Trademark Register** U. 8. Patent OMicn WANTED TO HUY—Fresh cow. Oliver Meliu. R. 1, Liidiiiglon. \'-}'\ mi. E. Christeiisen's Corner, Rivcrton. WANTED TO BUY—Old and disabled horses. Phone 23-F-3. Excella Mink Farm. HIKINCi HUSIMESS S GREAT STUFF UMTIU YOU O6T TIRED AND WISH VOUO BROUOHT 6OSH! YOUR WHEEL. FLEW CLEAR OFF, WST6R AND I'M APRAIO ITS -V BELIEVE ME (PUFF) THIS CURES ME OF AMV MOPE P;LES LUD1N6TON AUTO SALES* SEULYOU A CAR AND WILL NEVER APPEI 1 * 15).'?8 Uuick 2-Door With Trunk. Finish, Tires and Motor like new—Scat covers, heater and defroster. A real buy in a quality ear. 1937 Uuick Coupe, Real Low Mileage. Heater, Defroster, Radio and complete equipment. 1938 Chevrolet DeLuxe 2-l)oor Town Sedan in the best of condition and ready for a long carefree life of service. 1938 Chevrolet Standard 2-Door Sedan with Trunk, Radio and Heater. A Real Buy. 1936 Ford 2-Door DeLuxe with Trunk. Complete reconditioned, ruins and looks like new. Radio and Heater. 15)38 Plymouth l-I)oor Sedan. Good finish. Good tires, in fact a very good car in the best condition. 1935 LaSalle 4-Door Trunk Sedan. A beautiful car equipped with Radio and Heater in A-l condition. 1932 Pontiac-6 Tudor Sedan with Radio and Heater, Good Tires, good looking and a good buy. 1931 Pontiac-6 2-Door Sedan, Six Wheels. Motor, Body and Tires in Perfect Condition. 1930 Oldsmobile 2-Door Sedan. Motor, Body and Tires like new. See this one and get our price. -nuiNLOUU _-— « t| ni|<V»M PHONE 6OC uiDiNGTON flUTD SHIES i^llirtj^ HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD USED CARS -' Real Estate for Rent i Apartments and Flats 74 1 DOWNSTAIRS 1-KOOM FUltNISIIKll APT.—West inshouse refrigerator. 509 K. l.udiunton Ave. J FURNISHED—Five-room apartment for rent, steam heated, Frigulaire. Phone 198. CIDKU PRESS—36 inch rack. Hydraulic pump. 80 ton pressure, complete, will swap for hay, grain or anything I can use. George S. Bryan, R. 1, Scottville. GASOLINE WASHING MACHINE—Will swap for hay or anything I can use. Bcrnaid Rotla, Route 2, Ludington, !•:• mi. from city limits on First St. HOUNDS—Choice of two Beagle hounds will swap for 32x4 tires or 32 Winchester Special rifle. Roy Henry. 2 mis. N. of Custcr. MIXED DRY WOOD—And pine kindling | will swap for little pigs, young stock, j grain or anything 1 can use. Andrew Ri'ckcr, Route 2, Branch. 2 mi. S., S-'Ki mi. E. of fountain. MAPLK SYRUP—Will swap pure Maple Syrup ior wood or anything I can use. Maurice Kistlcr. R. 3, 6 mis. S. of Lud- iiiKton. Tel. 13-F-2. SOWS—Will swap two hrood sows, one due to farrow in a day or two, and the. other in November for anything I can use. Gerald Stewart, l',i mis. S. of Fountain. i FOR KENT—Furnished apt. for house| keeping. Heat, private bath, all convcn- I knees, 20-1 N. Gaylord. Tel. 643-W. i MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT— j For rent, 3 rooms and bath. Norge rc- I Irigerator. Inq. 1101 N. Delia. Tel. 119. Rural Church Announcements HE'S IN TKAININ; AIN'T HE ? SOT T' HAVE HIM DO fcOAPWORK, AIN'T WE' ?— HAVE T' DO THAT EARLY IN THE MORNINCr, OONYCHA HARDLY SUN-UP VIT// GOT T' PUN AR.OUNQ SO EARLV FOR 3-llOOM FURNISHED APT.—With bath, lights, heat, hot water. Inq. 408 First St. Houses for Rent MODERN HOUSES—For rent at 509 N. Howe; 2UG N. William; 205 N. Robert. Olmslead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank HIrig. Farms and Land for Sale 83 ,FOR SALE—20 acre farm 1 ml. N. and 100 rds. W. of SeoUville. Good land. Must be sold to close estate. I. J. Eddy, Adin. M. Ambrose Est. Houses for Sale 84 ZION EVANGELICAL (West Rirerton) (Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger, pastor) Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship—11:15 a. m. GRACE EVANGELICAL (Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger and Rev. Oliver Drake, co-pastors) Morning worship—10 a. m. Union Sunday school—11 a. m. League devotional service— 7:30 ,p. m. Evening service—8 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting —j Wednesday at 8 p. m., the place' to be announced later. BUT VESUVIUS,TOO, HAP IDEAS ABOUT THIS TRAINING BUSINESS -AND EARLV MORNING ROAPWORK WASN'T ONE OF THEM/ — BUT IT TOOK A SASHED IN «EAR FENDER TO PROVE HIS POINT/ program will begin with the tionals were in charge of Mrs. morning worship at 10 o'clock' Charles Williams and Mrs. Emil and festivities will continue Blohm. During a short business period it was announced that the annual chicken supper will be held in early November. Committees will be named at the next meet- throughout the day. TRINITY LUTHERAN (Victory) English services—11 a, m. ST. PAUL EVANGELICAL (Center Riverton) BAPTIST (Victory) R. E. Omark, pastor Sunday school—2:30 p. m. Gospel service—8 p. m. Tuesday. (Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger, pastor) j William Morning worship—10 a. m. Sunday school—II a. m. Mid-week prayer service — Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the church. ing, Oct. 25, at the home of Mrs. Harry Merritt. The program choirman, Mrs. Goff, announced the | following program: Reading, "I Believe . Society, Friends Have Fine Meeting 601 E. FOSTER—Will be offered at big sacrifice. Let me show you this beautiful house. Shown by .appointment, only. A. T. Benson, National Hank Bide. Lots for Sale 85 LOT—On North Delia street for sale. Price, $40.00. Inq. Mrs. Paul Pcpera, 503 N, Stufl'on. Phono 1806. ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (Pelton's Corners) (Rev. Lyman E. Jones, pastor) There will be no services at this, church on Sunday due to an invitation received by the congregation to attend special services hi Manistee, commemorating the 50th anniversary of' president. the entrance of the Rev. Todt The meeting was opened by into the ministry. The day's singing several hymnsi the devo- FOUNTAIN.—The members of the Methodist Ladies'Aid society. . _. _ and invited friends enjoyed a de- 'self" by Bob Burns—Mrs. William in America"—Mrs. Fred W. Reek. Song, "In My Heart There Rings a Melody"—Class of girls of the Sunday school, Ethel Boehm, Mary Lou Smith, Lois and Dorothy Williams, Mildred Jean Goff and Beverly Ann Brandt. Hawaiian guitar duet, "Hawaiian Moonlight!"—Ethel Boehm and Mary Lou Smith. Reading, "Don't Outgrow Your- lightful afternoon Wednesday, Oct. 11. Mrs. Ada Williams, vice president, was in charge in the absence of Mrs. Harry McFarland, Goff. Vocal duet—"Mary and Marie" —Mrs. H. J. Gregory and Miss Laurene Hansen, accompanied by Mrs. Clare Adams. Reading. "The Duties of the Ladies' Aid"—Mrs. Ada Williams. Beading—Mrs. Harry Merritt. humming given by Mrs. F. W. A contest of songs was won Reek. A social time was enjoyed over refreshments served by the committee to the following- guests, Mesdames Dagmar H an s e,n, Ruby Litke, Cloyce Litke, Cl^r- ence Kieth, Earl Kieth, Clarence Mavisi, Harry Peterson, Arnold Anderson, Peter Anderson Fred Christmas, all of the Lincoln River Aid society; Mesdames Clare Adams, James Kirkpatrick, Fred W. Reek, S. D. Brandt. Fountain society members present were Mesdames Harry McFarland, Ada Williams, Emil Blohm, Fred Hansen, Julia Hansen, Mary Shearer, Harry Merritt, Charles Williams, William Goff, V. H. Chancellor and the hostess, Mrs. Gregory. Fountain John Boehm auu daughtpr Miss Ethel Boehm, left Wednesday afternoon to visit their father and grandfather, Frank S. Boehm, at his home in Bentqrt Harbor, the rest of the week. Radio parts are cheaper in the United States than, anywhere else in the world. »

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