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TUESDAY, OCT. 17, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN Don't Let Your Fruits and Vegetables Go To Waste Want Ad Them PHONE 11 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally 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 rnte; no ad taken for less than basis of tlirce lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by tele- I phono, and if paid at The Daily News I Office within six days from the first Insertion <i<ish 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 nd 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 LAUTERWASSER—We wish to thank friends, neighbors and relatives for expressions of sympathy and floral offerings tendered us in our recent bereavement. MR. and MRS. HOWARD BARBER. MR. and MRS. MKI.VIN ARTI.IP. MR. and MRS. ROBKRT I.AUTER- WASSKR. MR. and MRS. KRKI) I.AUTERWA.S- | MR.'and MRS. GEORGE WOODARD. j MRS. CI.ARA SCHUI/1'7,. i Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 fin- FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordinc, 810 E. Ludington Ave. Personals 7 j MEN! GET VIGOR AT ONCE! NEW j Oslrex Tonic Tablets contain general j InviRorators, oyster elements for vim, I vlcor. prp. Reg. $1.00 size, special to- j day We. Call, write SahlmarK's Phar- j mary. WANTKI)—By young couple, transportation south. One ran drive and will help share all expanses. Tel. 779-W. WANTED—Ride for 4 persons to Detroit leaving Tucs. A. M. Oct. 2-1 and returning Thurs. eve. Oct. 26 WILL PAY EXPENSES. Call 655-.J. The Onions Got in His Eyes! D. 8. Patent Office Trademark Registered POPEYE JUST RECEIVED 54-inch ALL WOOL PERHAPS\ TWAS J ONL* A \ MIRAGE > LE.T ME GO. 1 SMELL HAMBURGERS WITH OMIOMS ABOARD ANOTHER SH\P BEVOMD THE COME, LITTLE GULL.- BURCaER! PLEASE AMD SAVE MV LIFE DOK1TCHA DO VT, WIMPV Crepe and Flannel Nice selection tpl«~i«f a yard PENNEY'S —< Woild rmlit* iciervtd lO'l?" 19)9. Kina Feature* Syndicate. In: .%^\^v^sx>XVN^^w-^ ^^^^^f^^^r^f DICKIE DARE ^r^ Be818tere ' 1 Royal Decree Household Goods OH TUB CONTKA&, ACCOMPANY tO AW YOt/K A/OW COMING UP FOR MY HAKIM HAD LOCKED FAITHFUL OF THE CZBH ROOM VJ£IL, THAT 6OMB MAHARAJAH I -MAH BARGAIN PRICES—On good uled gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. TH& AMf/NY? BLONDIE Oil, HEATERS—Washers, Radio, Refrigerators. New and used. Buy where you get service. GROTEMAT'S WIFE SAV- INC; STATION. THE BEST PLACE—To buy used and new furniture, stoves and heaters is at ROB'S New and Used Furniture i Store. 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. EE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at TIIH PALACE. Scottville. 539.95 and i up. FRANK CLAVEAU. SIMPLIFY COOKING PROBLEMS—By using the cleanest type of stove. Estate electric range. Low priced and efficient. Let us explain balanced oven heat: bakes perfectly on all sides. W. E. READER & CO. in CUSTER. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 PARTY WHO TOOK—Purse out of ear In front of Hansen Furniture store «:is s TM.'To avoid arrest return purse to Hansen Furniture store. Thank you. WIRE-HAIRED TERRIER—Lost. White with brown face. White tipped car. Has brown harness with chain at- tarhi'd. Reward. Phone -169 or return to 311 N. William St. YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY—About the heat in your home when you have an ESTATE OIL HEATROLA. H is automatic with a remote control. Just put in the oil and set the temperature that you wish, that is all. See it at i w. E.'READER & co., CUSTER. j 100 SHOCKS OF CORN—Will swap for anything I c-n use. Robert Lee, 'i mi. E. Sulton's school. The Sandman Puts on a Commercial Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 60 WE HAVE—A beautiful assortment of engagement and wedding ring s?ts at various prices. HAMILTON'S, 223 S. James St. Farm Equipment 61 £iTak£4Bt ! Yw«=H«t . - - WMPS-WATIB SVSTtMS-HAVTDOU-DOOR MAMGEKS H. SMRDBERG A SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores 64 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 1!)3H DFLl'XE—Plymouth 4-door touring sedan. Radio, heater. Very clean job. Call Gerald Ponko. Phone 1203. Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 HOT WATER HEATERS—For your car. $3.'JR and up. M. -I. Dahringer, 105 E. I.oomis St. NEWEST ('.. E.—WHITE WASHER, 563.50 and $24.95. 6 tube G. E. table radio free. Newest Easy White Washers, 569.50 and 60 boxes Oxydol soap free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludinglon. Phone 601. Rooms and Board" Kooins without Board 68 FINAL ADMINISTRATION STATE OF MICHIGAN, Tlie Probate Court for the County of Mason. ' At a srM-ion of .snid Court, held at the Probate Office in the City of Ludington In Mild Countv. on the 14th day of S.p- temter A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Oavigan. Judge of Probate. In the Mutter of the Estate of Loellia Manchester, deceased. J. H. Eli;i£ohn having filed in said court hln linal account as ndmlnistrat- , or of said ihttitr. and his petition prny- i 1m; for the allowance thereof. j It Is Ordered. Thttt the 9th day of iNovimbir A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock in I the fort noon, at said Probate Office, be \iincl Is hereby appointed for examining I and allowing said account; and thai ' HIP administration of mid estate be Krant-d to Peter VonSprccken. public administrator. It m Furtlr.r Ordered. That public nolle.' thereof be given by publication nf n eopv of this order, for three :;\>ccns- Mve \verks previous to said day of henr- liiB. in The Ludlngton Daily News, u newspaper printed iinct circulated In said county. OWEN J. GAVIOAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE .VIATSON, RcKistcr of Probate. Oct. 17. 23. 30. THAT'S GOING TOO FAR/ of f«c mousses s-nce t8 to , ; World rights fffffjf>t> ^ s .Copr. 1939. King Pwturu Syndicate,'tnc,!" STEAM HEATED ROOMS—For rent by day or week. Rea.sonable. Also custom srn-lng done. Inq. 313 N. Robert St. Enjoy Football Game; Here's Successful Plan NEIGHBORLY NKI&HBOES Trademark Reftsterep • V. a. Patent OttiarV • Kcpairing— -Service Stations 16 NO MONKEY Hl'SINKSS— When we do a job of acetylene wrldinK. it's right. Ilrlka f.arace, 1102 S. Madison St. Business Service Business Services Offered Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 18 APARTMENT— Unfurnished, downstairs, for rent. Inquire 4M E. Mclendy. Tel. IH2-W. FOR KENT—rurnishcd apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all convcn- irnccs, 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. 643-W. r/»RMER« ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MI'SKEGON RENDERING CO. Tel. bcoltville, 123-F-ll. AL Dl'MAS RADIO SERVICE—Expert service on any radio. 225 S. James, l.udington. Phone 722 and Scottville. Cleaning, DyciiiB. Renovating 20 MEN'S Sl'ITS—Dry cleaned and pressed, plain dresses. 49e. LudliiRlon Dry Cleaners. James & Foster Sis. MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT— I For rent, 3 rooms and bath. Norge refrigerator. Inq. 301 N. Delia. Tel. 119., ONE 3-ROOM APT.—Upstairs; 5-rootn apt. downstairs. Healed, furnished, janitor service. Ini\. 305 E. Ludington, Phone 436. i 2 MODERN HEATED THREE—Room j (By The AP Feature Service) BOSTON.—Joshua Q. Spectator and Miss Amanda Fan miss a lot of football' these autumn Saturday afternoons if they keep their eyes on the ball all the time. rival, the tackle dumps him into a sitting position to the right or left left, depending on which di- vection the play is going. Before the enemy warrior can untangle himself the ball-carrier is away. And maj'^be they feel very | On some plays either the end or proud when they plunk them-| the guard assist the^ tackle in apts. with bath. 311 N. Gaylord lnc|. 309 N. Gaylord or Phone IS24. Ave. pace tive victories from the Camera Shop in Industrial league bowling- at Smith's alleys Monday Other matches rolled saw the selves down smack on the 50- yard line. But some gridiron galleryites will tell them those are the worst seats i nthe house. [rid three consecu- on" a^balY club while sitting "behind the goal posts with field _ . . . Rotary keglers, the sensational rolling of Al . The chap who « scou t" rival Vestlmg, kept up their startling j teams sa " y you ge t a better ... ,„,.=.,„. M,— Employment *~s*+s±*~*s\^»s**'*'*~*'>~r^**^*r*s^> Help Wanted—Male 33 CUTTERS— Wanted for wood and ties. l> . mi. south Walhalla. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 JERSEY COW—For sale. Will freshen Jan. -J. Guernsey and Jersey heifer freshen Dec. 1st. Fred Hackert, 3rd place E. fairgrounds on US-31. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 AT BARGAIN PRICES—'.', h.p., 110-volt (iO-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. Maltlx Store, Scottville. RANGE—Large green and while porcelain Kalamazoo. Good condition. Inq. 313 N. William St. glasses to your eyes. You'll find football more in- 3rtf,3ting and improve your knowledge of how touchdowns for Rent T7 Eagles sweep their three games j madbe if you forget th ball lor ivi-ui 11 i f,- nrn fhp R.pprpfir.mns cmrt fins «_ *- ._,_.._ MODERN HOUSES—For rent at 508 N. Rowe; 206 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Olmstead &. Newbcrg. Phone 22 or 7U2 i evenings. from the Recreations and Corp. take two out of from Nelson's Service. The finest bowling effort of for a few plays. Pick out a tackle and watch smothering a rival. This known as double-teoming. Then there's the mousetrap, built to catch the unwary, overanxious lineman. It's pretty to watch. Purposely offered little resistance, this guy zooms throdgh into the offensive backfield. But just about the time he is congratulating himself and looking around to grab the ball- carrier he gets a terrific block from an unexpected source. To add to our victim's chagrin, the ball-carrier sometimes moves riCK out a lacKie ana waicn rlght through the spot left un- S!5 k r?h-mS^ Zffif ±« th n e f fended by B his scash through int; nucau uuwmig enuiu LU n : ff<5 kj n throueh n solid mass of U i jthe evening was turned in by £ ^L* 111 ^i? q n lpr?,Vp hn ?* tactics. !TT^M;«™ ,„£„ \^~A , 1 , n n I human beef. Someone has to v ™, Wanted— To Rent 81 : Vestlin S who had games of 197, vantea— 10 item »i . , ig{) 225 fm . spectacular WANTED TO UKNT-3 or <i room imfiir- i 621 series. Vcstling's mark ap- nished apartment by young married ! proaches within 10 pins the S6a- couiiie with no children. TCI. H86-J. ! son three-game high: in the Ini dustrial league. Starke of the ! winning aggregation had a nice : 532 to help his team along. Tay- Brokcrs in Real Estate R i lor, anchor man for the Camera Real Estate for Sale You can see a team quickly . i i ii i ji 1 J.U11 \JcXll >3CC fi uCdlil viv*l\j open a hole through the oppos- swltch wer from one £ ide „ ing forward wall for the ball- th lineF t anot her and attack ^il 1 ^ •Pfc* h u e .. t ?S* le ^J°^ before the defenders have time to get set. This results in an un- assisted at times by the end or the guard flanking him. By getting the jump on his . balanced line. In a swift shift the left guard say, crosses'behind I Shop, knocked off 502, Richardson FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and re- SCOl'C for his team. sort property sec Home Realty Co., ! w j ns; lr P p n thp Rnhnrv tjpmii-plv in Room s, Nan Bank uidg. ;?. ins , ep ine ttoiiaiy secuieiy in 1 first place in the standings with 144 147 144 4^ high j Dummy H3 130 IS- 3?9 '. Dummy 113 130 136- 371) . ! center to the right side of the This gives the attacking manpower at point 182 153 167— Farms and Land for Sale 83 i 11 wins and.-qnlyjpne loss. Eagles, taking .advantage of a Business and Office Equipment 54 I'OR SAM',—«o-acre farm. Good land badly off form Ludington Rec- und bnildiiiRs. Price reasonable. Will rPa H m i fivp erahhpH thrpp take in city residence. II. L. Darr, Free- ! 1 f . , t ,' SiaDDea inree Handicap 9b soil. Some teams use one of their guards as an interference run- i ner. Watch closely and you'll see -rnn r,, n „,„ oinc 'him wheel out of the line, slide' 709 749 737—2195 , Ou t toward the flanks and bowl jover a secondary defense rival. Occasionally you should train VWUD I TELL YA ?? COLD FEET,? PETERS AIN'T SHOWED UP AN' HE AIN'T AGONNA// HE KNOWS THAT GC&T O' HIS CAN'T HOLD A CANDLE T' GUTHfilE ,<' I'M GONNA CLAIM A DEEFAULT,'/ WHUT KEEPIN GAS CORP. (2) AS SAPFy WAS WINDING UP HIS TIRADE PETERS AND CARPV CAME SWISHING AROUNP THE CORNER UKETHEV WERE RIDIN6 IN THE FRONT SEAT OF A C/CLONE, JOCKEYING VESUVIUS INTO PROPER Houses for Sale 2 FAMILY HOUSE—With lot lor sale on James St. Centrally located. Furnace & bath. Rents for $28. Bargain. Write W. J., Box 71, Ludlngton. FOR lOc A DAY—liny a portable Remington-Rand typewriter at J. II. Chinnery's, Scottville. Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES—50c a bu.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall, 6 mis, S. of Ludington, II. 3, on US-31. 7(13 N. ROWE ST.—G rooms, bath, fuel tntnl Tnclnripri h.isi>nipnt. fiirn.-in. •> MI* Men jni K _ LOUU - >"i-iuaea i straight matches and jumped to j Sheldon 152 170 157— 479 your glasses on the defensive j third place in the standings i Soli 122 115 154—391 i backfield.. Then as the ball is i with eight wins and four losses. " .__--. --..-_. ! Shirley Meyers displayed the most consistent bowling for the winnine team, winding up with 546 pins. "Doc" Wright was tops. for the losing squad with a 555 i Young .. 189 154 154— 497 'snapped you'll see the offensive Peterson 117 128 137— 382 advance guard sweep into the Baltzer ....'.. 168 122 163— 453 defensive backfield and "take Handicap 153 153 153— 459 out" possible tacklers in the path of the ball-carrier. basi'inent, furnace. Z lots. Also 403 S. Staffon St., 5 rooms and bath. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg, RIPE IIUBBARD SQUASH—For sale by the pound or Ion. Frank Barclay. Tel. 12II-IM4, Scoltvllle. FOR SALE—Turnips, citron, kale. Helge Johnson, R, 3, Scottville. Hj mi. S, of Amber Corner. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 PRATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reas- V"jMJ le Prices. Bethke Feed Barn. Tel. 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 ORDER YOUR—winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Red & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Hananas and Baldwins. John M. A. Hansen, ^ ml, N. Stiles Corner, B. 2, Ludington. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times I'or 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. Z SWARMS OF BEES—Free from foul I brood in standard metal top hives, ' also two purebred Berkshire boars, weight about 100 Ibs., will swap for anything I can use. Stanley D. Morton, Route 1, Ludlngton. Tel. 17-F-31. 2 PUREBRED GUERNSEY—Bull calves, will swap for $10 value In grain, pork or what have you. William L. Pleincss, 4 ml. 8. of Scottville. high for the match. One of the closest matches of the evening was the Gas Corp.- Nelson's Service tussle in which the former won two games. Fine bowling by Hall and Vogel could not overcome the Gas Corp. margin and as a result Nelson's dropped to an even .500 percentage in the standings. Hall had 194 for single game high while Vogel knocked over I 558 pins in three games to lead I in that department. Young led the winning team with a 497 total. ROTARY (3) Slaggert 180 149 156— 485 Vestling 197 199 225— 621 King 123 140 178— 441 Starke 178 192 162— 532 NELSON Knudson 901 842 918—26611 On pass plays it is interesting SINCLAIR SERVICE to watch the several decoys (1) draw defenders away from the 160 179 181— 520 , actual receiver. The defensive Hawley 186 150 147— 483 center and fullback, who gen- Crawford ... 151 165 160— 476 erally stand a few feet behind Hall 194 189 155— 538 ' their lines, make a large share of Vogel 191 176 191 558 the tackles. You can watch ' them as the play starts. Observe 882 859 834—2575 , the m as they make quick judg- _ [ ment of what's coming. They've EAGLES (3) i Sot to decide whether to make a J Heelund 148191174 ci<J swift dive through their line and " : tackle the ball-carrier before he ' *' ets underway or whether to lay E Smith S Svers R Tower J ' Kneb J. IvneDI back and wait make a fe w 153 140 137— 179 184 183— 118 130 1 O^ 1 Q^ 1 £R AQ£ * 11 «"' c U AC w J «.! vio AJL unvjr rvtA.ii. itfo Ida I5i) ~ 4Ba j but if they dive in there's a pos- 7q , 7Rn 7 n, „,.- sibiiity that he'll go through 793 780 783—2355 their un defended territory for a : touchdown. for nim - He>11 they wait There's more nan the ball- carrier in the offensive backfield, too. Glue your glasses on a spot a few yards behind center. Then just wait. You'll see the ball come back. Maybe you'll see the quarterback produce a sneaky spinner, and while the enemy may be deceived you'll know whether the quarterback really gave the ball to another back or whether he kept it himself. You'll see the deception that makes plays go. How the quarterback fakes the ball to a halfback and then slips it to an end on the old end-around maneuver. How a passer tries to fake a run before he passes the ball. How a defensive team is caught unawares by a quick kick. You'll enjoy football more this fall if you remember that you miss a lot by just watching the ball. RECREATION (0) Lather 170 154 119— 443; You'll learn about pass defense Atkinson 152 191 146— 489 830 871 867—2568 CAMERA SHOP (0) Holmes ..... 125 157 122— 404 Hallett 99 181 139— 410 : by jost watching the defensive geecl 161 146 130— 437 backfield men spot their poten- gai'vey 134 125 111— 370 tial receivers, cling by them and Wri 8j]t 205 165 185— 555, break up the toss, always trying Handicap ... 3 3 3— 9 1 to keep an offensive threat from Snake In The Forest FORT WILLIAM, Ont.—(#>>— A parasite known as the bud worm is causing more damage to jack pine forests this year than fires are. A survey indicates 70 oercent of the trees in the Lake- 772 774 687—2233 goal. getting between them and the head-Manitoba region are infected. erse, is an "iron man" . . . that's what his name means in Polish . . . Cadillac and Petoskey have the same lighting set-up as Ludington . . . Traverse .City . and Manistee have 60,000 watt plants . . . Coach Mitch Read of Luding- and Danny Smick of Mariis- Big Seven Dope (By LEE KRDSKA) Cross-section: Manistee's victory over Cadillac Friday night vas the second conference win , -- ---_ for the Chippewas in the last six j^^SJL who c ^ n call t c e y ,. Hurts' ^IcSta^aSSS v 0 ers C it? 0 T^chiyn%^a^ ,2 starts . . . IOOKS IIKC bmiCK is maie j steve Seb6 of Pe t 0 skey and Bernard McNutt, Cheboygan mentor, are former MSC stars. Shelby high gridders practiced vaking the tribe up, however vlanistee's win Friday was the :irst over the Vikings in many a •noon . . . and the cause for much ubilation in the Salt city. To date Ludington is the leading scorer in the Big Seven . . . non-conference games included, -,he Orioles have rolled up a total if 121 points in four starts . . . Mpena is second best with 58 . . . Manistee has the worst defensive i-ecord with 86 points against . . . Traverse and Cadillac are the mly members of the conference ';hat meet every other loop team the gridiron Ludington, defending champion, has a five- iame conference schedule while Alpena, leading contender, has four games carded. What's in a name . . . Zelazny, Alpena right end who scored one of the touchdowns against Trav- of extinct trees. under lights for the first time, at Oriole field last Wednesday night and then trimmed Reed City Friday night on the Osceola county eleven's lot ... a comparison of. the strength of Alpena and Lud- - ington might be gained this week when the Wildcats erigage'Petos- key Traverse expects the largest crowd of the season when the Orioles play there Nov. 3 .,. Ludington will be well represented. The Aleuts, native race of the Aleutian islands, number 3,000 persons. Amber is the fossilized

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