The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 19, 1939 · Page 3
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 3

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 19, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE, NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that you can show your guests Is to have their visits mentioned on this page. The nicest courtesy you can show your friends Is to let them learn of your visits through this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. In Ludington— Mr. L. Barlow of the Piano Manufacturers' Service association of Detroit, is in Ludington this week. Associatio 11 —The Parent- Teacher association of Pere Marquctte school will meet on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock tit the school. Treatment — Mrs. Catherine Puisis, Custer, Route 1, was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital Wednesday for medical treatment. Admitted — John Heikkila, 705'/2 East Ludington avenue, was admitted to Paulina Stearns hospital for major surgery this morning. Choir —The choir of St. John's Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 8 o'clock this evening. All members are requested to tae present. Word Received— Word has boon received bv Mrs. William Kielcr, 318 North Delia street, tnat her father-in-law. George Kieler, of 904 East "Ludington avenue, underwent major .surgery at the University hospital at Ann Arbor on Tuesday. Divorce Granted — Decree giving Clifford Franz a divorce from Essie Franz was filed with County Clerk Albert E. Johnson this morning. The decree was granted by Judge Max E. Neal at the recently concluded term of circuit court. TO BE HELD Funeral services for H. Otto Hansen, who passed away Unionist Is Held in Power Strike TAWAS CITY, Oct. 19.—(#>)— Monroe S. Causley, 36, of Bay City, head of the State Council of the Utility Workers' Organizing committee, was held in the by the Michigan advisory committee on teacher education, composed of 50 educators representing every geographical section of the state. Dr. Elliott predicted "significant" changes in teaching standards and personnel, to meet the needs of school children. losco county iail today after he i Pointing out that 85 percent of demanded an examination on all Michigan high school stu- VVWAV\^^ Wednesday morning home at 1311 South street, will be heJd at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in The Community church. Rev. Paul Haskeil Clark will officiate at the service. The body was returned to the home this mornins and will lie in state at The Community church from 1'2, noon, until 2 p. m. Friday preceding at his I charges of conspiracy in con- dents receive no college training Madison I nection with the recent strike - in their later lives, he said the the service. Interment will be Lakeview cemetery. made at Miller Burley Dies at Muskegon against the Consumers Power Co. He and six other employes are alleged to have damaged power lines in the county during the strike. Pour of the men waived examination and were released under bond to appear later in circuit court. Causley and two others demanded examinations and were held in default of $500 bail. All were arrested Wednesday by state police and losco county sheriff^ officers. Plans Improvement in State Teaching LANSING, pet. 19.— (I?)— Dr. I Eugene B. Elliott, state super- • musKeBUii, iurmur resiuenu yi mlendcnt of public instruction, Ludington who passed away^af- | outlined p i ans today for a long, ter a short illness in Mercy hos- , . pro g ram of improving teaching standards in Michigan | schools. The program was approved Word has been received the death of Miller Burley Muskegon, former resident of of of schools should be geared to provide for them a richer cultural background. Carr Settlement Mr. and Mrs. Ben Comstock and children spent Sunday at the Victor Miller home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robison I spent a couple clays with their I parents, Mr. and Mis. Clarence I Robison, last week, returning j Saturday night. i Mrs. Russell Ditlow, who re| cently had her tonsils removed -[ at University hospital, Ann Arbor, has returned to her home. She is getting along nicely. pital, Muskegon, night. He was 57 years of age. Mr. Buriey was preceded in death three years ago by his wife. Surviving arc six children and two brothers, Rev. Arnold G. Burley of Scottville and Osborne Burley of Grand Haven. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday in Lee funeral home at Muskegon. Interment will be made at Muskegon. Jiiciuaca berm 01 circuit, court. T Farm Bureau —The meeting of | w UlllOr the Riverton Community Farm ] bureau, scheduled to be held on Monday. Oct. 23, lias been postponed until Wednesday, Oct. 25, it has been announced. The meeting will be held at the Gas VonGlahn home. C'lass To .Meet—The Yo-Ad of Methodist church -school will meet on Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Hammet. 718 East Filer sjrect. Thi.s is a class for young adults and a cordial invitation is extended to anyone interested in such a ckuss. Will Sponsor Party by "The Swingsters" gay ryhthms for at the dancing party sponsored by Ludintgon Junior Townsend club on Tuesday evening at the Moose lodge ballroom. It was estimated that 150 persons were in attendance. A Hallowe'en party dance will be held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 31, with dancing to commence at 9:30 o'clock, it has been announced. Prizes What Causes Getting Up Nights? OcttlnK up nights may be unturc's wsmilug of sluggish kidneys. II t-xcuss :irid nncl poisonous wusto ;ire not rcgu- j Inrly tllinlnalt-d they inuy also lend to painful, scanty or frequent flow, backache, leg or rheumatic pains, headaches or dizziness. Kidneys often need help same as bowels. Get a regular 25c box ol BUKETS from nny druggist. I" four days If not pleased your money bnck. Locally at S. M. Snow's and Joseph Fnhlmnrk's. Druggists. BUYER'S INDEX ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair mils LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Plionc GOO W. Loomis Street per-1 will be given away during the pin- i evening and also a door prize. Card Party--Interc.stecl son.s are reminded of the ochle and Chinese checker party. I "The Swingsters" will play for .sponsored by the Parent-Teach- t-r association of Lakeview school on Friday evening at the school. Playing will begin at 8 o'clock. Luncheon will be served at the of the evening. To Muskepon- -Miss D o r i s Shue. 501 North Rath avenue, leaves thi.s evening fur Muskegon where she will attend dancing. Everyone is invited to attend. -X- -K # Announce Strike At Nash Settled Kenoshu. Wi.s., Oct. 19.—i,/P)-- t "Amicable agreement" on i.ssue.s a.s in the Nash motors strike was maid of honor at the wedding of; announced today in a joint Miss Geraldine Henry of Muske-j •statement Issued by company Kon and Francis Counahan of; officials and representatives of Pentwater, to be .solemnized on > the JJnitecl Automobile Workers Saturday. PT-A'-The Parent-Teacher association uf St. Simon's school' will meet at 3 o'clock Friday af- ! been clo.sed .since ternoon in the school auditorium. An interesting program ha.s been Beer—Groceries—Meats Domestic Wines Open FveniiiRs £ Holidays SEKV-U-WELL GROCERY W. I.udiUKlon Ave. Phone 533 CIO) union The Nash factory, unit of the Corp., has i Oct. 1, when ] union employes went on strike in . attempt to force adoption of arranged for thi.s meeting. Mem- |a .signed contract covering work- bcr.s of the association are minded of the fruit shower re- i ing conditions. the Sisters of Mercy. for Word of the agreement follow, eci a conference which started Cafeteria Supper—Interested i Wednesday and continued into persons are reminded of the the early hours of today. Among cafeteria .supper, .sponsored by I the conferees were Edward Hall the Fourth Ward division of of Detroit, international repre- the Ladies' Aid of Metho- sentative of the UAW, and Wil- tlist church, which will be served ! Ham F. Armstrong of Detroit on Friday evening, beginning at vice president of the . r >:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. vinator corporation. Jay Lyon. 408 .street. A] The announcement said the white elephant sale will also be I union would meet Friday to vote 1 •. «. 1 _> » * « t. 1 ... * i ,.._.,„ i J r i * ; _ _.. •* THIS IS NATIONAL RETAIL GROCERS WEEK NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP ON CANNED GOODS FOR FALL AND WINTER WE FEATURE THE FAMOUS RICHELIEU BRANDS BRANDT'S GROCERY 127 E. Ludington Ave. Phone 196 held at this time. Returned Home — Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cuthbertson, 408 East Court street, returned to their home at Ludington Wednesday after attending the national postmasters' convention, held recently at Washington, D. C. While in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbertson made a lour of the New England states and attended the New York World's fair. ' Aims of Germany to Be Told Here One of the most authentic revelations of the aims of Germany's Nazi party is expected to be presented to a Ludington audience tonight when Dr. Ernst W. Meyer speaks at Gray hall at «:15 as the fourth and final lee- turer on an institute of international understanding- sponsored in recent weeks by Ludington Hilary club. Dr. Meyer, who spoke to high .school students this morning, is former first secretary to the German embassy at Washington. He will speak on "Germany as a Totalitarian State." An omelette made from one ostrich egg would feed six people. on ratification of the agreement It was understood that if the vote is favorable, the automobile factory here and the automobile body works in Milwaukee would re-open next Monday. Goiter is a disease not limited to human beings. Domestic and wild animals, birds and even fishes, are subject to it. WEEK-END SPECIALS A Beautiful New BUTTED WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE 3 pieces, chest, dresser and bed, only __ 8 PENTWATER THEATRE TONIGHT #Duc to the length of this show "STOP, LOOK and LOVE" will be shown just once each evening starting at » o'clock. Jean ROGERS. William FRAWLEY, Robert KELLARD, Minna GOMBELL In a roaring comedy ""'Stop, Look and Love" —*—Also Jessie MATHEWS, Roland YOUNG, Jack WHITING, Barry MACKAY EAT LAGESEN'S DANISH COFFEE CAKES, ROLLS and PASTRY They are rich with Fresh Milk, Butter and Eggs. "Famous For Over 25 Years" LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY 605 South Washington Ave. Telephone 755 New Under-firm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration PARLOR SUITE, 2 pieces, richly upholstered, quality construction 58.50 OBEL FURNITURE CO. G. A. HENDRICK, Prop. THE OF QUALITY in "Sailing Along" Does not rot dresses — does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure white, greaseless, stainless vanishing cream. B* Arrld has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering, for being harmless to fabrics. 15 MILLION jars of Arrid have been sold. Try a jar today! ARRID Al all •lorn idling lollet goods _fj^l ("I'" In IQo and 59e J»r«) PHONE 721 FOR PROMPT DELIVERY • GRENADIER AND • PATHFINDER COALS —ORDER TODAY— Dan Soli & Co. "OnQe Coaled By Us—Never Cold Again" SPECIAL VALUES EXTRAl RETAIL GROCERS At the BLUE RIBBON STORES Buy from these merchants —you get quality at • low cost. THE itCUNOMY FOOD MARKET 1018 S. Madison St. Phone 195 ALSTROM & ANDERSON 509 S. Wasnmgton Avc. Phone 373 WRtDE'iS GROCERY 208 S. Madison St. Phon< 598 JOS. M. SELLNER 229 Second Street Phone 109 ELMER ABRAHAMSON 402 S. Washington, Avo. Phone 90 E. UUTCH & CO. 317 S. James Street Phone 3 Sugar Fine, granulated iO Ibs. Kraft Cheese Pop Corn Cracker Jack Peas Pancake Syrup Oyster Crackers Pure Honey Salada Tea VELVEETA, in Z Ib. box new crop, Z pounds 3 Packages for only Quarts, removes stains, bleaches, Green, fine for quick cooking, Z Ibs 49c 15c IOc Flapjack, ts. Clover Blossom, glass Black o r Green, pkg. 17c IOc IOc 19c IOc Pumpkin Salad Dressing Jello Noodles Mustard Pork & Beans Green Beans Orange Juice No. ZV> can, extra fine Quart, Isbest Any flavor, packed in pound cello bag quart jar tall can No. Z cans, new pack, No. Z can, Z cans lOc 23c 5c 14c ISc 3-25c 2-19C 25c Golden Bantam, Defiance, 2 cans Far-T-Pak Beverages ORANGE GINGERALE, ROOT BEER., SODA, ETC. 3 <)ts. 25 DeLuxe, Vacuum packed, pound TOMATO JUICE, 24 oz. can, 2 for Coffiee Phillips Peanut Butter l *%-£ H-G Brand, made from No. 1 Peanuts. Y^flV.M. VANILLA or BUTTER aetlO PUDDING, Paper Hankies |:> """"" • .^t <— g ^ — Filled or CtOOKieS plain * Ibs. Rita large 21c 19c 24c 19c iOc 25c 23c Pastry Flour ™w 22c Sugar Nut S 15c Macaroni-SpaghettiS i ta .19c Toilet Tissue 6 „«. 25c Salmon ««»«•>. is c Corn Flakes „!£: IOc IOc Baking Powder Corned Beef Per can 21c Kraft Dinner A meal for four in 9 minutes, pkg. Sauer Kraut Napkins Union Leader Lux Flakes No. Z'/> cans, 2 can's 100 count, package Tobacco, 2 cans Dish towel FREE, Igc. pkg. Knackerbrod, package Catsup Defiance, extra fine qual. 10 oz. bttls. 2— 19c IOc 15c 24c 15c 19c -VEGETABLES- Sweet Potatoes*:;;, 1 ,!';;;, 1 6 ,„, waxed, firm, fancy, Ib. Rutabagas Hubbard Squash ,„,, a, Cranberries Oranges Apples Lemons mccl. Eatmor quaris Florida, juicy, large, doz. Mclntosh, peck per dozen 19c 3c 3c 15c 34c 15c 29c 2 large pkgs. Lux Flakes Lifebuoy Soap Lux Toilet Soap Spry Karo Syrup Fine for laundry, pkg. 23c 3 tara 20c 3 „„„ 20c SHORTENING O Ib. /1Qf» O can TSUV 14c Blue Label, IMi Ib. can -~MEATS~ Spare Ribs Chickens Oysters Herring Side Pork Beef Roast Cottage Cheese lean and meaty, Ib. fancy roasting, Ib. Fresh Pack, no water, pint Large Iceland, two for sliced, lean, Ib. Ib. 16c 23c 25c 25c 15c 17c~19c 9c SPECIAL VALUES EXTRA! RETAIL GROCERS f i; ;i ' -i',. : «.?v'.-..i ."...-•••:L,i ».>. "'••; ^VV%V\AVVV^VV.VA%V«VVV^^

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