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V, *'.'*' ' THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1939. THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS frftrfenurk Registered U. 8. Patent Office Is consolidated the Mason County ot ScottvHle, Mich. *i*'SlfijJ l Si ****£, ^ISM 11 *? ?* ve Sunday, "t Tte* Dally News Building, Rath Ave. *t Coort St. LufonfWn, Mtch. EHt*rW as secorid class matter at post office, Lndttifton, Mich., under feet of March 3, 1897. — --------- - • -' -• - _ '» «eln«tr*Jy entitled to the. ns« for republlcation of all Jim dltpfttebet credited, to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local new* published thtrein. All right for repubUcation of special dispatches and local news Items herein are also reserved. WRITTEN FOR AND RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER OF Associated Press Audit Bureau of Circulation Inland Daily Press Association If paper is not received by 6:30 p. m., telephone 4321 and prompt delivery will be made by messenger TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 5 y ..£*J* IeT¥ls « P* r we«k. Paid In advance: $7.50 per year, In trading territory, paid in advance, J3.00 per »k * fl territory paid in P 0r Outside $1.25 for ; ffNOPSIS j CuesU at Hill House, a New England summer resort, are amazed when Dr. Paul Rutherford tells them that 'hi* mother has been pbisoned by a : amall drinR of whiskey he thinks was • intended for him. Among: them are ' .Sally Gordon, spending her first vacation there: her close friends, Rhoda 'and her fiance. Duncan; Dr. Paul's sister, Pauline: Coral Boston. Bruce .Ortod, Joseph Barry and Dr. Neal Peajte and Josie Peake, children of 'Mrs. Peake, the proprietor. There has been some talk about "the softe •*«"»." erected by Mrs. Peake's es- heard by some of the guests. Dr. Paul and Dr. Neal try to discover who poi- aoned the whiskey. Meanwhile, just as 'she retires. Sa" steps overhead. lly Sal lhu K^TtfeTSfcTfoft^ NEW SCOTTVILLE BRIDGE Last week's action of the Mason conntv board of su- ' sh » retires. • . , . • atcps overnt pervisors in appropriating $5,000 for construction of a new Z'£ tlo S™ by bridge across Pere. Alarquette river south of Scottville will be generally approved by all who know the present condi- j tion of the bridge. but, for reasons of efficiency and safety, it has outlived its | creaking sounds i heard the night usefulness and- must be replaced. The present iron bridge is almost a landmark in Mason lly wins Neat's ad- og nke f il e te? 8 jo'sk h is ?o^m! hat someone ha3 raa " CHAPTER NINE bsfore. Whoever the intruder might have been, he had certainly per- connt^and inany of us wish we had a dollar for every time I drawe? but^was"puiiJd^froS 1 itl we have clattered across its plank surface! But as with all ' place; lts P a P ers emptied upon the L * «.* i • " bridges^'with tfli£ passing of time it has shifted on its base nnd has now reached a point where reconditioning would be expensive than replacement. 'TM new ftr%lge will be much the same in general type ns the concrete structure crossing Lincoln river on . Lower Hamlin road from Ludington to Ludington State park and Lower.Hainlin lake. It is expected to be started, we understand, as soon as, weather conditions permit in the late win- ' ™ e ' l T, 0 ? 1 ! ^J , " i.".,i ., .,. . °* you," I finished. ter or early spring, with possibility that certain of the pre- "Wait here." st limtnary work caii be done before winter sets in. floor. Even the books were taken from the shelves and lay in jumbled piles. I turned to Josie. "I heard this going on last night," I cried. "You heard it! Then why didn't you call us?" Angry 'suspicion showed in her eyes. I told my story of the sounds in the night "If I had known that no one WAS supposed to sleep over tried to find one Starting for the stairs, Josie, her momentary doubts dispelled by my explanation, flung * J • i •* ••M£»V"*-« fcfj *",/ ^'^»^*tk**t*fc»V*4| *114-**^ According TO present plans, the bridge Will CO&t almnt { .the next words over her shoulder. , of which half will be provided by federal Remaining sum will come from county road commission funds, augmented last week by the special $5,000 allotment. It is a job that needed to be done — one which was too easily put off because, not being on a federal highway, it meant a serious dent in available finances Xow however it is finally settled and by June. 1940, a fine, new reinforced concrete bridge will be added to the county's highway system. , ;"I want mother and Neal to see the K 1 <*"<• iroom and hear your story." As she ran down the" stairs, I demanded of Rhoda: "What on earth is going on here? Did anything like this ever happen before?" to P of Mrs - Rutherford's prowl- OLD-FASHIONED WHALE Our Monday gratitude award, gleaned from a Boston fish trawler. He came into port last Friday, not with the usual tale of strange submarines off the east coast, but with news-that he sighted a white whale 200 miles east of Boston. ,j- ,-.:,,-,„-. - r < .... Friday was the 13th, of course, so a sea serpent might have been even better. But a white whale is good enough for us. If it had been a pink whale or a striped whale or almost any other color, one might have questioned the skipper's eyesight. But a good peace-loving white whale sounds right to us and we believe the story completely. In fact, it is a great .relief, these days,-fro;have one sea mystery Ihat is so comfortably,old-fashioned. . ' - •• •- :' '"• Duncan. Maybe he'll have an idea." How I did wish I could tell her what had happened last night. I have a great respect for Duncan's ability and I'd already decided that Neal is no dimwit. It seemed to me Sunday's lhat *"« Rutfierfords, Peakes, •,. ,,. , ,_ , . ,,., „ * Rhoda, Duncan and I, together, reading, goes this week to Captain Mike Driscoll, skipper of might solve this mystery which, begun before I arrived, grew more confusing with each hour which passed. While I waited alone, I looked about the room. It was the same size as mine, with two gable windows and the partly sloping roof a story-and-a-half structure affords upstairs. It had bright chintz drapes over white scrim curtains at the windows; a walnut desk; two small tables; shelves across one end of the room and, by the desk, a metal filing cabinet. The chairs were reed with comfortable-looking cushions of chintz.which matched <thie:.dTapes, and a small reed davenport -.upholstered in the 'same cheery colci-a stood across one corner-! '. •••',. : ' '••.,•.•-. ;, The,floor was covered with loose papers., I didn't wonder that Josie felt '.like crying. If I had ever found my'office in-such a state, it would have made me absolutely sick. I "wondered what work Josie carried on there. Could it be something valuable .enough to warrant sneak Inspection and attempted death t And what connection could there-be between the prowler, the poisoned whiskey and this room? Mrs. Peake, Neal, Josie, Rhoda and Duncan all came up the stairs at IfM&dn* To Be By LOGAN CLENtiENING, M. D. F.OR A LONG time I have been collecting the accounts which patients themselves, have written of their own illnesses. Some are by the great masters of literature, such as Daudet's "Souffrant," the description of his own case of locomotor ataxia. Some are by the great physicians of the world, such as Sydenham's description of his own gout, and Leonard Marks' description of his own aero- megaly. A recent addition to this literature is a delightful essay In the Atlantic Monthly by Earnest E. Calkin^called Deaf But Not Pumb. It describes the difficulties, unimagined to us, which beset, the deaf person in all of the moat ordinary social contacts of life. > ~ The deaf are lonely, much more lonely than anyone else! The loneliest moment on earth is in « large city where you know nobody. Yon may be BO lonely you can't read byt you can at ' Dr. Clendehing how to the Dr. deadening will answer Btions of general, intereat /, an*'then only through' column, , , „ MTlif <4«£f inan can't even do lemujp. %u«, many »r$ eqijlpped so that plecet.con- Ffwk^waich certain proportion But Dr. Caltdnft-ii one vemjrjre- films are *ound are Written oy such of o Ontnd w«U of the' entire population is deaf. what," asks Dr. Calkins, "of the other fifteen-sixteenths of society? .Have they no obligation?" Here is a thought for all of us— not just because it is a duty, but because of our own comfort and interest. In conversing with a deaf 'riend the desirable thing is natural enunciation. Loudnesi is not as necessary as distinctness, especially for ip readers. Do not talk to your inder-hearihg friend with your >ack to the light.. Show him things rather than read them to him. Dinner Party Torture Particular torture attaches to gong out to dinner. The deaf man sits down at a dinner party and the man oppositetells a story. The wife triea. to wigwag .the point by lip reading, but he fails to get it because the maid is .taking away the soup, which he h»n barely tasted. He resolves to get his'fish, but the hostess decides to tell him something and he has to let the fish go to pay-Attention, So it goes. On the way home the wife says, "You didn't get anything. Why do you pretend to bear?" The deaf man explains he has to if he intends to eat anything. If it hadn't been for people trying to tell him things he could have made a good meal. H. H. Furness, the Shakespearean scholar, answered an invitation: "It is many years since I formed a resolution to eat at no table but my own. I am so deaf that I must either wholly listen or wholly eat. Since Nature has instructed me to remain in the background, I take the hint and obey her behest." .Do read, admonishes Dr. Calkins, tne' charming Letter* of Horact Howard Furnest, ye hard of hearing, and learn how gallantly one man met this handicap. and wiping her eyes. Mrs. was -half smiling. I think she thought someone had playefl a practical joke upon her daughter. But, when she looked at the room, "What on earth!" Words failed her, she stood silently looking around.. rrhls Is the absolute limit," Neal snapped out. "Prowlers in the night. Mrs. Rutherford poisoned, and now this." .1 happened to be looking at Rhoda;when Neal let the cat out «t the bag. Her face changed. Skep- ttctan followed by fea.- played She laid her hand on Neal's arm and gave it a demanding shake. across her expressive face. She laid her hand on Neal's arm and gave it a demanding shake. "What's that you said?" she cried. 'Mrs. Rutherford POISONED?" "Oh, Lord," Neal groaned. "I should have my tongue amputated." I think you should tell Duncan and Rhoda," I said dc iidedly. •After all, I know it, and THEY are old friends. They may be able to help in some way if -hey know what you're up against." It looks as if I might as well shout what I know to the world at large aa try to keep it a secret. A fine doctor I'll make. I ought to be shot." "What is it?" Rhoda gave his arm a harder shake. "What are you talking about, Neal?" I think Sally is right. Rhoda mid Duncan are our friends and I believe we have a right to tell whom we please," Mrs. Peake concurred with my statement. "But not Coral Easton, Joseph Barry- or Bruce Orton," declared Josie firmly. With blazing eyes Neal swung upon her. "What is the matter with Coral Easton?" he demanded furiously. "She's as much my friend as Dune and Rhoda are." "Bruce claims he is mine, but I'm not going to tell him about this. I don't trust those three." Josie spoke grimly. Neal looked at her in wrathful astonishment. I hastened to Intervene placatingly. "Why don't you. just tell Duncan and Rhoda and let the other three wait for a bit?" At first I thought Neal would resent my interference. He turned his still angry gaze upon me; then, unexpectedly, he smiled. "You win, Miss TINKER," he laughed. "I'll trust you or your judgment." To Rhoda and Duncan he briefly related what had taken place the evening before. It was difficult for them to accept the story. here summer my door unlocked," cried Rhoda. "And you will again," declared Dune firmly. "Because something crooked's be^ng pulled off here now Is no reason why the place as a whole is not as peaceful and law- abiding as ever." And his words made me feel much better. "What are they after, Neal?" Pleadingly Josie appealed to her brother. "There Isn't a thing here but my work and, surely," she tartly added, "no one wants stories that won't sell." If Josie's explanation of her work was truthful, her papers could not be of value to an intruder. "You've got me," Neal answered, "Why, I've slept after summer with glumly shaking his head. "I can't make head or tnil out of it." "Why pick on MY room? You said last night that you believed it wasn't Paul they tried to kill but Joseph Barry. They might mistalie one cottage for another—provided they're not very bright. But no one on earth could confuse a second story room with a four-room cottage." Her tone was scornful. "I know it is, sis. I simply cannot understand why such a thing was done," Neal replied gravely. "It will take me all day to pick up and sort those papers," wailed Jpsie. "Just look at them." i*'No, it won't," I said quickly. "After we come back from the beach I'll help you. I've had considerable experience sorting briefs and I know I can straighten this out in jig time." "Oh, Sally, will you reafly?" Josie's gloomy face brightened; "I certainly will. Lock the door and give the key to your mother, and when we come back I'll prove how good-a secretary •! am." We hurried into our swim suits and gathered at the front of the house as Neal drove up. None of the Rutherfords joined us, but Coral, with Barry and Orton, was waiting when we came out. If I had hesitated to drive the old Cadillac, my whole being shrank away from the three-seated beach wagon with its oversized pressure tires. It must have been a day's, work to drive the thing a mile, but Neal didn't see-i to mind. I had to admire the way Coral maneuvered to obtain the seat by Neal. That accomplished, she waa all smiles and sweetness until some one mentioned my exploit with Tinker. Then her face changed, asperity came Into her voice, and she said authoritatively: "Reatty, Neal, I am surprised that you should take such a foolish • chance! You must not do it again. I've told you before, that dog is DANGEROUS." I saw a wave of angry red creep over Neal's sun-burned face. He., opened his lips to reply, but I chipped in sarcastically: , "You don't know much about dogs, do you, Miss Easton?" Rhoda gave me such a dig in the ribs that I knew I would be black and blue for a week, and I heard a faint snicker from Josie. Coral Easton's face was a pic- f ture. She turned haughtily to annihilate me with a stare, but I laughed in her face. .' "Just because YOU'RE afraid of Tinker is no reason to pronounce the dog dangerous. You can't fool dogs; they recognize and like the persons who like them." over dress. 3. Avoid overheated rooms in which the air is apt to become too dry. 4. Get a good night's rest every night. 6. Drink plenty of water. 7. Avoid «constipation. If a person is particularly susceptible to colds, it is well worth while to try a course of influenza vaccine which can be given by any physician. Children should be inspected by their parents each morning and noon for symptoms of a cold or sore throat. If any are found, the child should be excluded from school and a physican should be called. Freesoil Friends Honor Mrs. Dodge Mesdames Cecil Lydic, Ross Bennett, Robert Bennett and Vance Rosenow, of Fresoil; Mrs. Arthur Bennett of Parkdale and Mrs. Stanley Robinson of Walhalla, spent a pleasant eve- Wednesday with Mrs. William Dodge of Tallman. Games were enjoyed during the evening which closed with a potluck luncheon. Gifts were presented to the hostess. vembcr, A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day those certain lands and premises, situated in the Township of Rlverton, County of Mason and State of Michigan, to-wlt: N'i of E',b of WVb of NE'/i, also S'/a of NE',ii ot sw/4 and the N'/ 2 or E'i of NE'/4 of SW'/4 nil In Section 17, Township 17 North, Range 17 West, nnd containing fifty (50) acres more or less according to Government survey thereof. GEORGE L. COLYER, Sheriff of Mason County, Michigan. Dated: September 25, 1939. PETER R. VON SPRECKEN, Attorney for Plaintiff, Business address: Ludlngton, Michigan. Sept. 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30. Makes Notebook of 4-HClub Work DARR DISTRICT.—E d w a r d I Marquardt, Forest and Feathers 4-H club leader has, in conducting the club work, compiled a fine note book'showing the work of conservation by steps. The books shows both local and state work and the geological conditions. It tells of conservation versus preservation; of the fish and other wild game. Programs of the author took him on trips about the state to .interestindg points. Another page shows the commercial woods of Michigan and their uses. FINAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludington In snld County, on the 4th day of October A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of George O. Ness, Deceased. Huldn Mavis having filed In said Court her final administration account, nnd lier petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment nnd distribution ot the residue of said estate 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 IP hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hearing said petition; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication ot a copy of this order, for three successive weiks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludington Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said County. OWEN J. QAVIOAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON. Register of Probate. Oct. 9. 16. K. of the Segregated Assets of the Ludington State Bank, as assignees, said assignment having been recorded on October 4, 1939 In the office of the register of deeds of the county of Mason, State of Michigan In Liber 64 of Mortgages on page 161, on which mortgage there Is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, for principal and Interest, taxes and Insurance premiums paid by said assignee of said mortgage, One Thousand Forty-one and 49-100 ($1,041.49) Dollars, and statuory attorney fee, and no suit or proceedings at law having been Instituted to recover the moneys secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained In said mortgage, and the statute In such case made and provided, on Wednesday, the tenth (10th) day of January, A. D. 1940, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the undersigned, by the sheriff of Mason County, Michigan, will, at the north front door of the courthouse building in the City of Ludington, Michigan, that being the place where the Circuit Court for the County of Mason Is held, sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following premises described In said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount so as aforesaid due on said mortgage, with seven percent interest, and nil legal costs, together with said attorney fee, to-wit: The North Twenty (20) Feet, Five (5) Inches of the South Forty (40) feet ten (10) Inches of the North Eighty-four (84) feet of Lots Six (8) and Seven (7) In Block Thirty-five (35) of the original plat of the Village now City of Ludington, County of Mason, State of Michigan. O. C. ZOOK. FRANK WARDEN and E. J. THOMPSON. Trustees of the Segregated Assets of the Ludington State Bank, Assignees of said mortgage. PETER R. VON SPRECKEN, Attorney for Assignees, Ludington. Mich. Oct. 9, 16. 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20. 27, D.*. 4, 11, 18, 26. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a writ of fieri facias. Issued out ol and under the seal of the Circuit Court for the County of Mason and State of Michigan, to me directed and delivered, In favor of J. P. Carroll against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Sonnle Koenlg I did. on the 4th day of October A. D. 1939, levy upon and take all the right, title, end Interest of said Sonnle Koenlg In and to the following described real I estate, situated In the County of Mason and State of Michigan, to-wlt: All those certain pieces and parcels of land situated in the City of Ludington. 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 Ludington. 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. Ludington state Bant (Trust Department) PETITION TO SELL PERSONAL PROPERTY STATK OK MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said court, held at tho probate office, In the City of Ludlngton, in said county, on the 20th day of September A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Qavlgan. Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of John Christiansen, also written John Chrls- tlanson, deceased. nil" of which I shall'expose for Bale at , Ludlngton State Bank having Tiled public auction, to the highest bidder. n «« ld f? u « "* P" 1 " 00 P r »y l «8 "«>' as the law directs at the North door of ll be authorized nnd directed to sell at f .. , - r - | the Courthouse iii the City of Ludlng- Private or public sale the personal prop- CXpect to leave m a few days tO ton , t hat being the building In which er 'V belonging to said cs—- Visit Mr. and Mrs. George Guern- the Circuit Court for said County of " '» Orderea That tn SPV it cjacrinaw Mason. State of Michigan. Is held), on i October A. D. 1939. at ten sey at sagmaw. ! Wedne ' sday the 29 th <?„>. of Nov embcr j'"-»— - •»"< •««•»»» A. D. 1939 at 11 o'clock In the forenoon, i Dated, October 4th. 1939. ! GEORGE L. COLYER. I Sheriff. WILFRID HOCKING. i Attorney for J. P. Carroll. Business Address: Ludlngton, Mich. National Bank of Ludlngton Bldg. Oct. 9. 16. 23. 30. Nov. 6. 13. LEGAL NOTICES l the forenoon, at said probate office, be and U hereby appointed for hearing Bald i petition: l It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three nuc- j cesslve weeks previous to said day of NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County ol Mason. At a session of said Court, held at thi* Probate Office In the City of Ludlng- ton In the said County, on the 10th day of October. A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Gavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of John S. Larson. Deceased. It appearing to the court that the time for presentation of claims against said estate should be limited, and that B time nnd place be appointed to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands against said deceased by and before said court: It Is Ordered, That creditors of said deceased ore required to present their claims to said court at said Probate Office on or before the 29th day of December A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, said time and place being hereby appointed for the examination and adjustment of all claims and demands against said deceased. It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication ot i a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. GAVIQAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 16. 23. 30. In FINAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In t!ie City of Ludlngton In paid County, on the 3rd day of October A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Doretta Meier. Deceased. Bernard Ostendorf having filed In said Court" hfs ffnal administration 'account, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of suld estate It l.s Ordered, That the 31st day of October A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock In thr j forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and Is hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hearing «ald petition; It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication a newspaper printed wild county. OWEN J. OAVIOAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 2, 9. 16. THIRD ANNUAL ACCOUNT STATK OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court (or the County ot Mason. At a session of said Court, held at tho Probate Office In the City of Ludlng- lon In s»lo^.Coynty, on thg 3rd day of October A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate, In the Matter of the Estate of Oust Steffeuson. deceased. Ludlngton Slate Bank hnvlng filed In said court Its 3d annual account as administrator w.w.n. of wild estate, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof. It is Ordered, That the 30th day of October A. D. 1939, at ton o'clock In tho forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and of a copy of this order, for three -»uc- i | H hereby appointed for examining and ccuslve weeks previous to said day of i allowing said account- hearing, in The Ludlngton Dally News. It l8 Further Ordered. That public no- a newspaper printed and circulated In I tlce thereof be given by publication of County. a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News. » pewn- p.'ipcr printed and circulated In raid OWEN J. OAVIC1AN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLli MATSON. ResU'vr of Prou.Ue. Oct. 9. M, 2J. STATE OF MICHIGAN In The Circuit Court For The County Mason. NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATF. OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of (To Be Continued) nus pfihe Day I flakes breakfast | (packaged food) i Melt the chocolate in a double I boiler. Mix in the rest of the in- I gredients. When well coated pile up small amounts (about one inch in diameter) -o*» waxed paper. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE (Associated Press Staff Writer) Cheese-Banana Fruit Salad (Frozen) lemon Juice \2 cup cubed oranges !i cup diced pears >,•> cup white cre.am. cheese '/'a teaspoon salt . 1 cup mashed . 'bananas . 1. cup whipped . .cream '1 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup orange EDITOR'S MOTBrDr. Cltndcnini hu fVM J»tnf>hl«a which can bt obtained by nwden. E«eh pu»phl*tieU* tor 10 e*nU. ' - p«ropW.t d«.fr*4. i.nd 10 , *od '» ««lf-»ddr«ued envelop* .•topped witfa • thn«.«eDt tUmp, to Dr" Lor»n Clendtnlor. in e»r« of thii p»pw. " . "Inf.nt Feed! Trwtmcmt ot juice Z tablespoons Mix the bananas with the cream and mayonnaise. Blend in the rest of the ingredients. Set to freeze for four hours in a tray in a mechanical refrigerator. , Nut Bread 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup shredded 2 oups flour 2 cups Graham .-. flour ,1 .teaspoon soda 2','rcups butter- 2 teaspoons milk {or sour baking powder milk) : i cup dark . 2 tablespoons • brown sugar fut, melted Mix the ingredients. Half-fill two greased lo^f pans: Let rise for 15 minutes and bake 50 minutes in a moderately slow oven. , .Chocolate Fancies Vx cup shaved >,i teaspoon ""MWeet choco- vanilla -tote ••-..-. 4 oups ready- V» teaspoon salt cooked cereal IN THE NEWS 20 YEARS AGO The Mason-Manistee Health Unit Says: Mrs. Eva Snow, past worthy grand matron of OES, entertained the local chapter with a reception at her home. 15 Years Ago COLDS The season for colds is now at hand. A common cold is a contagious disease, easily of Mason In Chancery John Carroll. Plaintiff, vs. Jcanette Carroll. Defendant. Suit pending In the Circuit Court for the County of Mason, In chancery. In the City of Ludlngton In said county. 'In" this cause It appearing from the affidavit on file that It cannot be ascertained In what State or County the defendant resides.. On motion of Eugene Chrlstman. attorney for the plaintiff, It Is ordered thut the said defendant cause her appearance to be entered In this cause within three months from the datu of this, order; and In case of her appearance that she cause her answer to the plaintiff's Bill of Complaint to be filed and a copy thereof be served on said attorney for Plaintiff within fifteen days after service on said defendant of a copy of said Bill and notice of this order; and that -In default hereof said Bill be taken as confessed by said defendant. And It Is further ordered, that within forty days the plaintiff cause a notice of this order to be published in The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed, published and circulated In the said county, and that such publication be continued therein at least once In each week for six weeks In succession, or that he cause a true copy of this order to be served on said defendant either personally, or by registered mall with return receipt, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed Tor her appearance. Dated at Ludlngton, Michigan, this 14th day of September. A. D. 1930. PETER R. VON SPRECKEN, Circuit Court Commissioner ' In and for Mason County, Michigan. EUGENE CHRISTMAN, Attorney for' Plaintiff, Business Address: Ludlngton, Michigan. STATE OP MICHIGAN ) )B8, County of Mason ) I, Peter R. VonSprecken, Circuit Court Commissioner In and for Mason County. Michigan, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true and correct copy of an order for appearance on this date filed In the above entitled cause. Dated: September 14, 1939. PETER R. VON SPRECKEN. Circuit Court Commissioner. (SEAL) Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13. Mrs. Emil Erndteman . enter- , transmisible from one person ' At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludtng- ton In the said County, on the 26th day of September, A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Fred C. Petersen, Deceased. It appearing to the court that the time for presentation of claims against said estate should be limited, ana that a time and place be appointed to re- Ivc, examine and adjust all claims and demands against said deceased by and before said court: It Is Ordered. That creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said court at said Probate Office on or before the 1st day of February A. D. 1940. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, said Mme and place being hereby appointed for the examination and adjustment of all claims and demands against said deceased. It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Ludlngton Dallv News, n newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. OAVIO.AN, Judge of Probate, A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON. Roister of Probate. Oct. 2, 9, 16. tamed a group of her friends a delightful dinner party. . . 10 Tears Ago Mrs. William Zygaj and daughter, Virginia, motored to Muskegon to spend a few days. 5 Years Ago Miss Mae Hamel of Lansing was a week-end guest at the , „ another. The commpn cold • is especially apt to be spread during alternate periods ol freezing and thawing, weather. The cold Is not dangerous as a cold but its complications may prove to be extremely severe. Such diseases are bronchitis and pneumonia may start as a cold. home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Han- overheated room with sen. Xerxes, Darius and other Persian kings are buried in giant, cross-sh#pe.d tombs rocky clltt. cut in a It is in an a low humidity then being outside in easier to catch a cold the fresh rules are air. given prevent colds: The following as an aid to ,- Keep dry when outside., 2. Dress warmly but do not STATE OF-,MICHIGAN The Circuit Court .for the County of jyiason In • Chancery Mason County Hospital Association, a Michigan corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Michigan, and Esther E. Sahlmark, Trustee, Plaintiffs, vs. . •';• Richard Brye and . Kittle Brye, his wife, and Frank Brye, Defendants.. NOTICE OF SALE In pursuance of an amended decree of the Circuit Court for'the'County of Mason made and entered on the 20th day of September, A. D. 1939, In the above entitled cause, I, the subscriber, sheriff of the Couniy of Mason, shall sell at public auction or ven.due to the highest bidder at the north front door PETITION TO DETERMINE HEIRS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said court, held at the probate office. In the City of Ludlngton, In said county, on the 2nd day of October A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Charles J. Snyder, also known as Charles J. Snider, Deceased. Clay F. Olmstead having filed In Bald court his petition praying that said court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of his death the legal heirs of sold deceased and entitled to Inherit the real estate of which said deceased died seized, It Is ordered, that the 19th day Of October A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at f,ald probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It Is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive , weeks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. QAVIOAN. . , Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate Oct. 3, 9, 16. county. OWEN J. OAVIOAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 9. 16. 23 PETITION TO DEPOSIT SECURITIES STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Maton. At a session of said court, held at tho probate office. In the City of Ludlngton, In wild county, on the 4th day of Octo- b.-r A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Onvlgan. Judge of Probate. _ In the Matter of the Estate of Oorjc Herbert Duff Sutherland, deceased. Ludlngtou State Bank having filed In imld court Its p.-tltlon praying that It be authorized to deposit certain Hecur- Itlcs belonging to said estate with the Chase National Bank of the City of New Yoik depository for receiving such ue- curttlm for purpose of reorganl-«illon. It Is Ordered, That the 28th day of October A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing Bald Pe it l° n Further Ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publlcatloa of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to suld day ot hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally Newi>. a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. Q ^ ^ QAViaAN Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate, Oct. 9, 18, 23. PENTWTER THEATRE TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE * Default having been made In the conditions of a certain mortgage mode by Robert Peterson and Elizabeth Peterson, his wife, who took title as Robert Peterson and Elizabeth Peterson, his wife, mortgagors, to Ludlngton State Bank, mortgagee, dated October 20th, 1025, and recorded In the office of the register of deeds for the county of Mason. State of Michigan, on October 23rd, 1925. —„ — — In Liber 59 ot Mortgages on page 99, of the courthouse In the City of Lud-1 which said mortgage was thereafter on Ing ton In uald County-of Mason, State June 27, 1935 assigned by said Ludlng- of Michigan, pa iUo eighth day ol Wo- ton State Bank, mortgagee, to Trustees MOST THRILLING ADVENTURE KNOWN TO MAN! Iwtntltth Ctnlurx-Fox preitnM DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S Production. STANLEY **/ LIVINGSTONE SPENCER TRACY ii NANCV RICHARD KELLY -J5REENE WAITER 9RENNAN CHARLES COBURN NrC«drlc HARDWICKI . 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