The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 19, 1939 · Page 7
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 7

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 19, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN Give Cold Weather A Hot Reception With A New Heater! Read The Want Ads PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 9 .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 I href 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 sash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stnppi'd In-fore expiration will be charged only for the number of times tin- ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising ropy. Rate per line for white space is the same as .> V"«' of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning: Goods 4 I'UT FMWKRS—And funeral work. Tel. C7L'. Frank Nordine, 810 E. Ludington Ave. Personals 7 ! WANTED—Hv yining couple, transport;!- : linn smith. One can drive and will ' help share all e\p:nses. Tel. 77!I-W. I WANTI.I)—Kide lor -I persons to Detroit lea\ing Tiies. A. M. Oct. 24 and returning Tliurs. eve. Oct. 26 WII.I, PAY i:\IT.NSKS Call (i:,5-.|. ' MEN: (;I:T VH;OR AT ONCE: NEW iKtivx Tunic Tablets contain general invii;oratiirs. oyster elements for vim, [ vifinr, pep. Kf«. Sl.oii size, special today X!ic. rail, write Salilmark's Phar- | niacv. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 l.OS'l— ;j.|\7 (ire and wheel on t;S-31 l>i-lw n I.ndiniMon and Shelbv. REWARD. Phone 1IH4. FOPEYE C. 8. Patent Offlc* Trademark Rerintere* JUST RECEIVED New Assortment of yj.ELL,SHIVER.\ HAVE K1O FEAR, \T MV TIMBERS U IS THEIR REPL^ TO MV MESSAGE r^~> all colors. 49c - 98c $1.49 - S1.98 PENNEY'S FOREARM FOR SHOTGUN— I,osl near Lincoln bridge. Itewaul if returned to The Daily News Office. Hero for Hire I'raatroark Registered U. S. Patoi.- Office DICKIE Automotive *^^^ttS^S*-^*S**S*^r^^f^^*S~* Automobiles for Sale H'M-""PAi TO OF DAfJieL THOUSAND POUNDS 1 ' QUITE. A . i / -» V*H UlK'il' HCM-M iou AR&. HEY? ) HOM HAPPEHED TA VAH?---LU\/VA COME. TM6 16 A FOR A _ , ^ .' I AM \ CHECK OUT AWAKE THAT YOU \ TO DID NOr BOARD YACHT FOR. r- — ^ CATS, THAT TAPAY IF MAY BE. &ROK&, BUT BOY. I 8&TCHA ' —•' GONNA PUT HIM, ^ HIS , PLACE •' The First Hundred Years Athe the Hardest BLONDIE Business Service Business Services Offered WMAT DID YOU DO ? WHAT'S TWE TROUBLE AROUND MERE? ITS JUST OKIE OF THOSE THINGS WMERES BABY DUMPLING •7 TERRAPI.AN'E— 133« DeluM- touring sedan. radio & heater. l!)3fi Tcrraplanc deluxe tonrini; 2-rioor, radio iV heat IT. 1H3J Terraplane deluxe louring Ti-door. radio ,t heater. 192(1 lluick S-passenger coupe, good condition, lii'iit Model A Ford coup:'. 1JI32 Model A Ford true!;. nailer's Super Service Cor. .lanus Sc Foster, Phone 47H. IIOl'SK THAU,Kit—Complete with liciiise, for sale cheap. Phone 1036 or inn. -IMli S. Washington. Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 . _ HOT WATER HEATERS—For your car. S3.B8 and up. M. .1. Dahriuger. 105 E. I.oumis St. Repairing—Service Stations 1G NO MONKF.V IJI'SIXKSS—When we do it lob ol acetylene uvlding. it's right, •tct.ka «;;ir;ii:i'. 111)2 b. Madison St. ,.;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. .5..;. .j. * i FAKMtKS ATTENTION—Dead stock re* ' moviil. Phone collect. Prompt service. •I- Ml'SKECJON KKNDEK1NU CO. Tel. •;' licolivillc. 129-F-ll. '.''. AL IH'MAS RADIO SKKV1CK—Expert X service on any radio. 'J25 S. .lames, .J. l.udinglon. Phone ':'.''. and Scottville. •!• DUKIIAM IH'I.L— For service. Mallard •{• WanMi. K. ... l.iidniglon. Phoiit- 13-F-5. X HO\V l.MPOHTANT—Are your eyi s? X Don't mistreat (hem. Cilass.-s that fit ,•. impruve vision. Chinui-ry. Scottville. •:• Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 .'. MKN'S Sl'ITS—Dry cleaned and pressed. .;. plain dr.-sses. jlic. Ludington Dry .•. Cli-sners. .lames 4; Foster Sts. '••; Dressmaking and Millinery 21 .;. HFM.-'I II t'HINt;—llullon making. New •;• I slamp.'d goods. Kug patterns, inl.inls' •;• , wear. \e: dlework Shop. 211 S. James. Household Goods 59 Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 SHURFINE PORK & KEANS — KIDNEY BKANS — SI'ACJHETTI — TOMATO or VEGETABLE SOU!' :$ TALL CANS MIDDI.K ACLD LADY— Wanted for part time evening work. Write W. L., IJox 71. Ludington. si HSCllll'TION — Dr. ision -jf leading national publisher want-, reliable woman lor special interviews with local piospccls. Valuable appointment and \\iriliuhile earnings as.tiired lor applicant \\lio qu.ililiis. Immediate big cominissions. .Monthly bonuses. Oi\v references. Write EVC, Box 71, Lud- BARGAIN PRICES—Ou good used gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. MODERN—Furnace heated houses at 418 N. Gaylord and 510 N. Harrison St. C. F. Olmstoad. Phone 22 or 752. Wanted—To Rent 81 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS V. ».• Patent Office, WANTED TO RENT—Small unfurnished house. No children in family. Tel. 283-M. BEAUTIFUL MASSIVE BLACK WALNUT — 9-pc. dining room suite, like new. for j , salt-, also rebuilt 3-pc. wicker set. j WANTED TO RENT— 3 or 4 room unfur- Prieed reasonable. Wright's Uphol- j nished apartment by young married stery, 'iO.I K. Dowland. couple with no children. Tel. 1186-J. ' DID VOL' KNOW—That you can get a , ! n'-w DEXTER WASHER for as low as ! I M.JiU? U'l us explain their fine fc»- I tin s. W. E. READER & CO., in CUS- i Real Estatefor Sale TER. 25* WAITRESS WANTED. COFFKF. POT CAFE 517 S. .lames. ! I 1 FOR SALE—I's-d Crane Gas Storage j llral-r and Williams Model G. Oil I Huriicr with all controls. Good buys. I Iiui. at Reliable Plumbing Co., S. James St. I NEW FAT ICELAND HERRING, HOLLAND HERRING, milkers, TICKLED HERRING, DANISH SAUSAGE, PORK SAUSAGE, homemade links, BACON, sliced, SUMMER SAUSAGE, PICKLED PIGS' FEET SALT SIDE PORK DILL PICKLES, bulk. DAIRY BUTTER, MORTON'S SMOKED SALT, lb. lac keg $1.29 lb. 20c lb. 20c lb. 20c lb. 20c lb. 23c lb. lOc lb. 15c quart 15c lb. 28c 10 lb. can 85c Situations Wanted—Male 37 FARM WORK—Wanted to do. George L. Ym-ky. Victory township, H. 4, l,ud- iiiKlon. ^Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 Shurfine Grapefruit Juice No. 5 can 1 7c ,J, HOUNDS—For sale, a., English Ueagle, ,% i i Blui'tick. 15 nios. old. Partially ,j. trained. W. G. Stevens, Custer. * •'• Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 ( « 4 • — ' •--"" •:« i FOR SALE—Jersey cow to freshen Nov. •;• ! 7. Shorthorn heifer to freshen Oct. 28. * ! A. It. Kirkman, 2 mi. S.. U. mi. W. •!• ': Custer. " j * i -I BERKSHIRE DCROC—Crossbred sows I '•' ' clue to farrow in about 2 weeks. Clar- j I'nci' H. Johnson, Custer. OIL HEATERS—Washers, Radio, Refrigerators, New and used. Buy where you get. service. GROTEIMAT'S WIFE SAVING STATION. SEE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE. Scottville. $119.95 and up. FRANK CLAVEAU. THE BEST PLACE—To buy used and new furniture, stoves and heaters is at BOH'S Now and Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. Brokers in Real Estate FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Houses for Sale 703 N. ROWE ST.—G rooms, bath, fuel basement, furnace. 2 lots. Also 403 S. Stuffon St., 5 rooms and bath. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. THERE MUST I5E—A reason why the ESTATE OIL HEATROLA is leading tile market in sales. Find out before you buy. There are plenty of reasons. See these marvelous stoves at W E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. Farm Equipment 61 CHOCOLATE CHERRIES, PINK SALMON, lb. box 2.'k 2 cans 25c ib. lOc FANCY COOKIES, 2 Ibs. 25c NEW HONEY, 5 lb. pail '19c KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES, (bowl free) 2 pkffs. 19c SHURFINE PUMPKIN, large can lOc Snow-Crest Pastry Flour 24y 2 Ib. bag 57c EVEKEADY PANCAKE FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 20c IDAHO POTATOES, baking, 10 Ib. bag 25c RED CABHAGE, lb. 3c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, 4 for 25c Poultry and Supplies 49 LARGE W1I1TK ROCK.—I'ullrts for sale. Leslie McClellau. lii mi. N., ?.\<. mi. E. of Custer. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 tTakeOtLYaujtHat-^l t ———to The «j JWER© S&\ j PUMPS-WATER 5YSTtMS.HAVTOOLS-DOOBIHANOERSj U. SMEDBERG & SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores 64 V AT BARGAIN PRICES—<i h.p., 110-volt V Gt)-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Mo';* | tors. L. Mattix Store. Scottville. NEWEST G. E.—WHITE WASHER, 569.50 and S2-I.95. G tube G. E. table radio free. Newest Easy White Washers, $69.50 and BO boxes Oxydol soap free. Wallace •Kuras, 210 W. Ludington. I'hone 604. 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 casli 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. BALED HAY—Will swap for milk cow or young heifers. George Shestokas, I 1 mi. N. of Menninger school. i 2 PUREBRED GUERNSEY—Bull calves, will swap for $10 value in grain, pork or what have you. William L. Pleiness, 4 mi. S. of Scottville. VII Kleins Itnervnl hy Til- AP Feature Service •:«il)EER RIFLE—:itl-IO SporU-r. Boy's ui- •> I ryclo, bullet, for sale at a bargain. * j ;!04 S. Washington. *i -. ._._. * j Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES—50c a bu.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall. G mis. S. of Ludington, R. 3, on US-SI. RIPE HUBBARD SQUASH—For sale by the pound or ton. Frank Barclay. Tel. 12G-F-H, Scottville. Wanted—To Buy G VOLT RCA RADIO—And wind charger will swap for anything I can use. Leslie McClellan, l!i mi. N. and 2}£ mi. E. of Custer. 6 VOLT WIND CHARGER—Radio, lights, will swap for cow, heifer or anything 1 can use. II. B. Cory, y, mi. W. of Wiley store. AS GAFFy STROVE TO RECOVER FROM THE 0L-OW TO HIS PAUSEP ANP GLANCEP 0ACK AT \\\S MASTER — -COUUO IT BE A LOOK OF SYMPATHY OR A LOOK OF—OF SOMETHING ELSE-?? SWEET CIDER, OA« U'ood quality, gallon «vl> DOUGHNUTS, 10p per dozen *-£*v Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers I'RATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices. Uelhke Feed Barn. Tel. 1G5-W. Good Things to Eat 57 Hollick & Carlson Groceries & Meats Phone 200 926 S. Washington CIDER MADE—From hand picked, delicious apples, for sale. Order yours now, alst) Delicious apples priced reasonable, John Houk, R. 1, Ludingtan. Tel. :t5-F-ti. \\ANTKD TO BUY—Us;d pair French _ doors, 7 11. x 2 ft. 3 in., can be a little I larger. Write N.L./v., Box 71, I.ndington. I Rooms and Board Rooms without Board 68 STEAM HEATED ROOMS—For rent by day or week. Reasonable. Also custom sewing done. Inq. 319 N. Robert St. Real^^Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT—Furnished apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all conveniences, 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. S43-W. ONE 3-ROOM APT—Upstairs; 5-room apt. downstairs. Heated, furnished, janitor service. Inq, 305 E. Ludington. Phone 436. ORDER YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. SlarUs, R"d & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A, Hansen, >/{. mi. N. Stiles Corner, R, 2, •aldington. 2 MODERN HEATED THREE—Room apts. with bath, 311 N. Gaylord Ave. Inq. 309 N. Gaylord or Phone 624. Houses for Rent 77 Japan has coastline. linn mlloo nf /,uuu numb ui MODERN HOUSES— For rent at 509 N. ""we; 200 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Oi.nsteud & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 Local and Social (Continued from Page 5) Club Representatives Hear Noted Speakers Delegates from the local Child Study clubs who attended the annual state convention held at Mt. Clemens on Ot. 11, 12 and 13 were Mrs. Ole Sivertson of the Senior club and Mrs. Lawrence Carrier of the Junior club. Mrs. Alfred Chinnery, recording secretary of the state association also attended from Ludington. New officers, elected at this .meeting; were: President. Mrs. R. A. Backus of Lansing"; first vice-president, Mrs. L. H. Hollway of Ann Arbor; second vice Mrs. H. Harrington president, Mrs. W. H. Dann of ' ft „ • _ riiA*i* Cntrm p Mr^oi h e ii v,£n wt Surprise Event Fetes lanti; recording secretary, Mrs. Alfred Chinnery of Ludington; :orresponding secretary. Mrs. H. D. Rahl of East Lansing, and treasurer, Mrs. Sidney | Mrs Howard Harrington, 204 Tinkler of Mt. Clemens. North j^^ avenu e, was pleas- A special speaker of the oc- tl sul . pl .i se d recently by a casion was Dr. NuYong Park, * f fr f ends who gathered at who addressed the group on ,g g ome to ce i e brate the occa- "Onental Training of Chil- sion f h birthday anniversary. dren/ 1 -The convention also ; Hostesses {or the evening were heard Dr. Elizabeth Vincent of .v, 01 . mn ^h ar A /rr C Ann P^t.prsnn the Mary Thomas school at ; Detroit, who chose as her topic i "Is Education Meeting the j . Needs of Our Children Today?" A delicious potluck supper was Other speakers were Mrs. i served by the hostesses and at Lawrence Hess of Jackson, who ! that time the honoree was pre- sooke on the subject "Family |sented with a tovely collective Unity in the Modern World." i gi«- . Mtr s- Harrington was the Mrs. Hess has been formerly j recipient of a number of persona! connected with the University Sifts as well. Mrs m Peteon fn - law Mrf Louis' -m-iaw, MIS. i*ouis of Michigan. The group also enjoyed hearing Judge Clark Black of Port Huron, who talked on the topic "Community Responsibility in the " " quency." Problem of Delin#- The United States has engaged in six major wars. Bunco and pinochle formed the evening's entertainment with Mrs. Naomi Lilleberg winning high and Mrs. Arvlda Garcia low in bunco and Mrs. Martha Kickland high and Mrs. Cornelia Anderson low in pinochle. Those who attended were Mesdames Valentine Foster, Naomi Lilleberg, Josephine Bourgette, Anna Harrington, Grace Harrington, A r 1 e n e Harrington, Wiida Harrington, Harriette Kickland, Margaret Farthing, Martha Kickland, Margarette Fox, Cornelia Anderson; Misses Betty Harrington, Helen Snurka and Sarah Beckman; the hon- oee, Mrs. Howard Harrington, and the hostesses, Mrs. Louis Kelsey and Mrs. Ann Patterson. Mesdames Etta Bourgette, Lorna Moran, Nancy Willis, Ev- lelyn Schrader, Mildred Hend- 'rickson, Christine Forbes, Marie ISielski, Leona Kolberg, Arlene Nielson, Julia Warner and Miss Ruth Andorson were unable to be be present. / * # # Carr Settlement Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bisbee and children and Mr. and Mrs. Clyas, Cole and son of Flint visited at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Cole Saturday. , Mrs. Charles Cole's brother of Chicago, who has been staying at the L. P. Cole home the past two months, passed away in Chicago Friday. Mr. and Mr& Cole accompanied their son, Charles, and daughter-in-law" to Chicago to attend the funeral*

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