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MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. i_-V I •'' PAGE SEVEN jjj CENTS-ATIONAL News! Here Are Bargains Worth Fighting For PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally 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 three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Dally News Office within six days from the first insertion sash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopper) 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. Rate per line for white space Is the same as & !'"« of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordine, 810 E. Ludington Ave. Personals GOOD RABBIT DOGt—And 12 gailcr Winchester pump gun for sale. ?irst $15 takes both. Inq. 1207 S. Madison or Phone 990. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 5 STEERS—One heifer, yearlings, for sale. Elmer E. Peterson, 1 mi. W., }>• mi. S. Scottvillc. Tel. 126-F-2. 2 GOOD GUERNSEY COWS—Choice of four. TB and Bang's disease tested. Also young heifers for sale. Frank So- bleraiski, 2 mi. E., l\<> ml. S. of US-31. Merchandise XXNp^X*^W^^X*- *-">rf«-^XX < V>-W%X'N, Articles for Sale POPEYE Registered U. S. Patent Office 51 AT BARGAIN PRICES—!', h.p., 110-VOlt 60-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattix Store, Scottvlllc. KOK GIFTS OK PERSONAL USE—We offer a complete line of lockets, cros- | svs and chains. Hamilton's, 225 S. James St. HEATERS—Two good used cabinet heaters for sale. Clan son Hdwe., 501 S. James. 2 DOUBLE BARREL—Shotguns. 2 rifles, for sale. Farmers' Exchange store No. 2, 1C. Lndington Ave. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR SALIC—Cabbage, turnips, kale, citron. Ilclgc Johnson, \i, mi. south Amber corners. BOYS' CORDUROY Brush Suits Jacket & Pants $4.95 Sizes 10 to 14, fully lined. Variety of colors. PENNEY'S WILL SWAP—200 shocks of corn in I field; rye, oats and small pigs for cat- j tie, wood or anything I can use. John Baldauskas, 4 mi. N. of Custer. 1 ^E WANT SOME WORRlESJ TO TH \WKOF SOMETHING TO VMOR.RV ABOUT EVERYTHING IS TOO L_ PERFECT HERE \rJ OEUTOPI A, ESPECIALLY THE WEATHER VWHEKJ VJE WANT i WE HAVE R A\N /M- WHEKO VJE WANT s SH1ME VAJE HAWE SH1KJEJ [OVER IN OLDTOPIA TttEV BHAS/E BADVJEATME^ IO-R3 BLONDIE Registered U. S. Patent Office Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 NOTICE—Am leaving In IU33 Dodge sedan in few days for Southern Texas to spend winter. Will take another man wishing to accompany me and share ixprnsi-s. Write KM. Uox 71, Ludington. WASTED—A desirable home in Luding- j ton to care for boys over 13 yrs. of age. | Hoard will be paid in some instances. ; Write particulars G. Box 71. c o News, DRY HARDWOOD—For sale, 2 cords, S5.5U; 3 cord load, $7.50. E. 1C. Olm- stcad. It. 1, Ludington. Phone 1G-F-3. PRATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices. Bethke Feed Barn. Tel. 1G5-W. Good Things to Eat 57 WILL SWAP—Grey horse, about 10 yrs. I old. weight 1,600, for cow or young ; stock. Inci. Mlchevicli Garage, Fountain. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 Mrs. Hill Hostess at Fine Meeting FREESOIL.—A very pleasant and profitable afternoon was spent Wednesday, Oct. 18, by the Methodist Ladies' Aid society at ORDKR vouR-wimer supply of apples I the home of Mrs Laurence Hill. now. Very fine. Slarks, Red & Golden Ml'S. floyd Lddy and Ml'S. Flank Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter j Hunt Were CO-hOStCSSCS. I IN THIS LETTER YOU) SAID YOU WOULD 4 MAKE A CUSHION OF ) ROSE PETALS AND < MOONGLOW FOR ME TO REST MY GOLDEN CURLS UPON IN THIS ONE YOU PROMISED TO BUILD A DREAM CASTLE FOR ME WITH MOONBEAMS AND SPRINKLE IT WITH STARDUST OH. WHY DON T YOU THROW THOSE OLD LETTERS AWAV ? 19)9. KII>| Featum Syndicate. Inc.. World righu rmrvtd OM. I JUST WAVENT GOTTEN AROUND TO IT VEt WE'VE BEES MARRIED EIGHT YEARS AND VOUVE WHAT IS STAR DUST ANYWAY NEVER DONE ANY OF THOSE THINGS UI.U K SCOTTIIC—Lost. Answers to I name ol "Ginger." Finder call 426-W. I Reward. ; ____^_^_____ ! HEIFER—Strayed from my pasture, year- I ling llolstein heifer. Please call Chas. ! Beyrr. Fountain. I M'KAYKI)—Into my pasture, Guernsey heifer, !'•_. yr. old. Owner may have same by paying for ad and keep. Louis Drabenslott, H. 2, ('lister. Hananas Hansen. !•. I.UdlngtOtl. Spies Winter Corner*!*. KICIFER PEARS—Tree ripened, good quality, 25c pi r bu. \Vm. Miller, \i> mi. west of Sugar Grove. Household Goods 59 11ARGAIN PRICES—On good UJed gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves, electric | a sum to the new hospital •fund; to assist in paying for the church furnace pipe; make a sizable special payment on the pastor's salary, and to purchase more silverware for the church dining room. Mrs. John Brunke presided at the meeting which opened with FELIX THE CAT R-iristered U. S. Patent Office ranges, gasoline" stoves. L. Mattix ! community singing ofJ'Take the Automotive S**^***^*^**^*****^****"****^^-^* Automobiles for Sale Store, Scottvllle. 11 FORD—V-S coach in A-l condition, new rubber. Elmer E. Peterson. 1 mi. W., «... ml. S. Scottville. Tel. 12G-F-2. MAX G. LEV/. AUTO SALES '28 Pontlac coupe. S-10. '28 Oldsmobile coach. $30. '29 Kuirk sedan. $40. '31 Ford coupe, 575. '31 Packard. 2 door. Slid. '29 Studebaker coach, J30. Dodge truck. SI 10. Chevrolet si-dan. 6 wire wheels. $185. '36 Dodge panel, $2"5. Studrb.ikrr coupe. $39.1. Pontiac sedan. $550. '37 Ford truck, long wheel base, $47.'.. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 21<) S. .lames St. BEAUTIFUL MASSIVE BLACK WALNUT —9-pc. dining room suite, like new. for sale, also rebuilt 3-pc. wicker set. 1 Priced reasonable. Wright's Upholstery. 203 K. Dowland. Name of Jesus with You,' j Mrs. Hunt accompanying. with Mrs. and craters. New and used. Buy where you get service. GKOTEMAT'S WIFE SAVING STATION. THE BEST PLACE — To buy new furniture, stoves and at BOB'S New and Used Furniture J. Sanford read Acts 10 prayer was offered. Mrs. George Rayle read a treasurer's report. Mrs. Frank Hunt led the les- .son discussion on various phases of "The Faith that Breaks Down Racial Barriers." Mrs. E. M. Stephens was named for the next meet- YOW! LEMME. OOT •'/ SH-HV-VH- 1 .'-— DON'T VA.KE. OP THE e>Ao&y».'. h'ea d ers n i U s lesson leader -- ' ••' ' Store, 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. USED COAL CIRCULATORS — Coal ranges and oil burners at bargain prices. II. Smeilberg & Co., Custer. PLYMOUTH—1939 Tudor touring sedan. 1931 Dodge two ton stake truck. In vi ry good condition. Nrrhrlm Motor Co., 227 W. Lud. Ave. Phone 737. I'.Uli TUDOR—Trrraplanr. fur sale. A-l condition at bargain price. Michevich Garage. Fountain. Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 Farm Equipment Gl • i PUMPS-WATER SrSTlMS-HAYTOOLS OOOP. KANOEAS II. SMRDBEKO & ISDN- CUSTER. ing while Mrs. Orville Bailey and Mrs. Douglas Heckman were appointed to arrange" the social hour program. Mrs. Myrtle Frost and Mrs. Fred Coon had arranged a program which included a song tay JMrs. Frank Hunt. "Happy Birthday to You," in honor of Mrs. Nora Black; a poem, "God Knows Best," given by Mrs. Harvey Ly- aic. Other numbers were a duet I by Mrs. William Tobey and Mrs. Custer Cardinal New? of, by, and about Custer High School Vol. 10 No. 11 THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME I. Musical Merchandise 62 AUTO SUPPLIES—Whniesale to dealers 50 fast si-IIiiiE necessities. Make over M" ( profit. Steady rep-at business. Krriulrcs $100 for assorted stock. TUNGSTEN 1414 S. Wabash, Chicago. I PIANO— Utraclivc apartment size piano, modern design, practically new. Will " _ , _ , , * . , , iiCVO Or VV-A V x*v-v^*v*\^v^ i ii \j J. v-^vui^ AI» E. M. Stephens, accompanied by the enrollment of students. There A,,o H,,.,r -A.fo,, nf Snrrnn, 0 .» n I ^ & 2Q percent increase over the enrollment of last year and 95 percent increase over the enroll- INCREASED ENROLLMENT , 04 . ^ Custer high school this year j Stubbms, the gardener, played has a very decided increase in I by Ross Hedricks. Her coldness i Mrs. Hunt, "Man of i poem, "The Lesson of the Poster" I read by Mrs. Fred Coon. A lovely luncheon was served |ment of two years ago> thus put- sacrifice for cash or reasonable time j by the hostesses, a feature being : ting the sc h 00l in Class C. payments, shown only by appoint-1 a birthday cake prepared by Mrs. mcnt as piano is in private home. For :^~^-~ -,- • -.-^ri ,7^ I full Information write to Mrs. Earl —Service Stations 16 T. Netzow, MIZ Farmer Sr., Detroit, SAVE MONEY IIERF:—On auto repairs. Road service dav or night. Betke Garage. 1102 S. Madison St. Tel. 860. T. Netzow, Michigan. Specials at the Stores 64 Business Service Eu.ssness Services Offered 18 r ARJMEHS ATTENTION—Dead stock re- j moval. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKEGON RENDERING Ct>. Tel. ftcottville, 129-F-ll. AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—Expert service on any radio. 225 S. James. Ludington, Phone 722 and Scottville. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 NL-WEST G. E.-WHITE WASHER, Sfi'J.so and $24.95. 6 tube G. E. table radio free, Hill, honoring Mrs. Black. Participating were Mesdames Dorothy Fox and Swanson of Manistee and Mesdames Fred Coon, 60 boxes Oxydol soap free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludington. Phone 604 •— —— Wanted—To Buy Newest Easy White Washers, $G9.SOand I William Tobey, John Brunke. "" "" George Rayle and son, Richard, Joseph Mulinix, Frank Hunt, Orville Bailey and son, Maurice, Harvey Lydic, Arthur Maynard, Celia Hagstrom, Nora Black, Alice Cole, Williiam Hagstrom, Ira Granger, and daughter, Betty and Mrs. Laurence Hill and daughter, Lorraine. Douglas Heckman, E. M. Ste- j for the other grades. ~""s, Albert Surrarrer, Jay San- Floyd Eddy, Myrtle Frost, is explained by a book she has read, "Hearts Aflame." Rosemary Kent (Lorraine Hedricks} £lso wants a lover like the one in the book. Unexpectedly, the author of the book appears. She is Jane Perkins, a writer of romances, played by Miss Olga Trucks. Tom Garrick (B. Taylor Hack- muth) Rosemary's suitor, and Alec Stubbins are spouting love New"subjects""ha've been add-[scenes and words all over the Many new seats have been purchased to take care of the new students and the Senior class has been removed from the assembly to a private room to make room WANTED TO BUY—Used pair French doors, 7 ft. x 2 ft. 3 in., can he a little I larger. Write N.L.A., Box 71, Ludington. | Rent Apartments and Flats 74 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pri-ssed. plain dresses, '49c. Ludington Cleaners. James & Foster Sts. Laundering Dry 24 FOR RENT—Furnished apt. for house- ping. Heat, private bath, all ci irncrs, 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. 643 Mrs. John J. Bennett ami children of Pickerel Lake visited Mrs. Bennett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. keeping. Heat, private bailh, all conycn- | Qtto Peterson, Sunday. I J™ W > TV^lr-.^rt^TT,*-. _ T.,„!.„,. •» "1.AUNDRY WORK—Wanted. Excellent work. All washings Individually done. Called for and delivered. Prices reasonable. Phone 350-W. Repairing and Refinishing 29 WATCH REPAIRING —And complete line of Jewelry at most reasonable prices. J. II. Chlnni'ry, Scottville. Employment t-^SXW^'i^'Wx^V^^V^XS^^-'VXX^ Help Wanted—Female 32 WAITRESS—Wanted. Apply in person. Pike Cafe, Hart, Michigan. FOR RENT—4-room second floor flat, furnished. Vacant Oct. 25. Phone 24- F-5. ed.to those of last year, making a wider variety to choose from. All in all Custer high is looking forward to a most successful season. —THE EDITOR. FOR RENT—Unfurnished 4-room apartment, very desirable and close-in. Swan Tent and Awning Co. FURNISHED APARTMENT—3-rooni, on first floor. Also garage. Inq. 303 N. Robert St. Tel. 691-R. ROOM—Downstairs flat with bath for rent. Furnace heat. Inq. 10R Sixth St. or Tel. 1150-W. 306 N. HARRISON—Modern apt. for rent. Available Nov. 1st. Inq. same address. Houses for Rent 77 WANTED—Girl or woman for general hous. work. Only experienced need apply. Inq. 706 E. Ludington Ave. Help Wanted—Male 33 AT HAMLIN—Furnished cottage for rent. Call evenings. A. D. Emery. Phono 891-M. Misses Vera Lucker, Mary Mal- aducky, Charlotte Shaw and Beverly Rayle attended a Youth - y iv * c rrmnril rnpptinp *'»rreii; oopauiuore represeiiua- oouncil meeting tlve> Emest Bockstanz; presh- STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council officers have been elected by the student body and the results are as follows: President, Kenneth Goff; vice president, Hugh Skaggs; secretary-treasurer, William Russell; sheriff, Laurence Stuart; Senior representative, Frank Beadle; Junior representative, Ella Jane MAN WANTED—Local concern handling collections loi a [rational organization have opening for collector. Experience not necessary, but must have car. See Mr. Butler tonight, Stearns Hotel, or write me c/o Ni'ws, box 71. WANTED—Two men free to travel. Fust selling deal. Earnings paid daily. Sue Mr. Ashiir evenings at 302 E. Filer. Salespeople, Canvassers, Agents 35 CHRISTMAS CARDS—Sell 50 Assorted I'Oldcrs, name imprinted $1.00. Cost .you 50c. Samples free. Dunbar, New Brunswick, N. J. Situations Wanted—Female 3G HOUSEWORK — Or care of children wanted by day or hour. Experlcnci'd. Phone 317-J. JLiivestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 HOUNDS— For sale, M tr MODERN HOUSES—For rent at 509 N. Ifnve; 206 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Oi.nsu-aci Si Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 vcnlngs. 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 Bldg. 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. Wednesday evening, Oct. 18, at the home of Miss Bernice Fitch at Ludington and spent an enjoyable evening. The next meeting will be held Nov. 13, at the Rayle home in Freesoil. Mr. and Mrs. George Rayle accompanied the girls and called on Mr. and Mrs. Perry Anthony during the evening. William Dodge of Tallman called on relatives here Wednesday, Oct. 18. James Adams of St. Joseph is a guest of his sister, Mrs. L. L. Stanley. Mrs. William Rosenow of Pelton's corners visited her daughter, Mrs. Ross Bennett Wednesday, Oct. 18. Laurence Hill assisted Edward Crawford Wednesday, Oct. 18. Mrs. Herman Hansen of Fountain was a guest Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. Marian Seitz. John- j. Bennett and Theodore Johnson went to Detroit Saturday and hunted in the thumb Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Bennett was a guest of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. —' | John J. Bennett at Pickerel lake. Saturday. man representative, Walter Zynda. place under Jane Perkins' coaching. Even Rosemary's bachelor uncle, Roger Kent, played by Harry Bennett, grows interested as time progresses. Mrs. Mabel Rosploch and Mrs. Angeline Johnson, who play two fluttery old maids, keep an eye on all these romantic goings-on. The finale of the play comes with an elopment in which everybody has a hand while Alec and Poppy play a serio-comic scene for all its worth. BUT NO SOAP \ SOME OONKEV; WAS -THEY'LL DO if EVEFSy TIME THAN* p COACH JOHN BURKE WISCOMSIM — ' CLASS ELECTIONS Custer high school classes have elected their officers. Senior officers are: President, Alice Johnson; vice president, Charles Berry; secretary, Norma Zynda; treasurer, Hugh Skaggs; representative to Student Council, Frank Beadle. '• Advisor, Mr. Hackmuth. The new Junior officers include: President, Rozella Prouty; vice president, Richard Damkoehler; secretary, Geraldine Ohse; treasurer, Eileen Sanders; representative to the Student Council, Ella Jane Farrell; advisor, Miss Olga Trucks. The Sophomores have chosen: President, Mary Lou Farrell; vice president, June Beadle; secretary „, ... , --, ,, English Beagle, i Bluetlck, 15 inos. ofd. Partially | . . rained. W. G. Stevens, Custer. WIM. SWAP—Good work horse or potatoes for cattle or anything I can use. 1 ml. west of Wiley, Jno, Apple ton, B. 2, Scottvllle. Grange to Have Hallowe'en Party FOUNTAIN,—Fountain Grange will sponsor a Hallowe'en hard time party on Oct. 27, at the I. O. O. F. hall. There will be fun and entertainment for the entire evening. Each ladv of the Grange is asked to bring two pies and two articles for the fish pond. All are welcome. sentative to Student Council, Ernest Bockstanz; advisor, Ross Hedricks. Freshman class officers elected for the school year are Edmund Zynda, president; Ruth Maleckas, vice president; Dennis —ISABEL McCLELLAN HOLD BOX SOCIAL It was a most exciting night for the Custer high school students, when the Seniors put on a box social pet. 19. After the boxes were disposed of a Hal- lowe'en dance was held at which everyone had an enjoyable time. Committees for the event were: Music, Frank Beadle, Kenneth Goff, Laurence Stuart responsibility committee, Norma Zynda, Alice Johnson and Hugh Skaggs; decoration committee, Mildred Leavitt, Maude Powers, Hugh Skaggs and Edna Tyndall. BASKETBALL PRACTICE BEGINS Basketball practice at Custer high has begun for the current year with a good turnout of new and old players. The boys are getting along well with their new coach, Harry Bennett, who looks forward to a successful season. Veterans who have returned to play this year are Kenneth mittee. -LENORA BACON SOPHOMORE PARTY ENJOYED The Sophomore class had a delightful time last Friday after school when they went to the home of their class advisor, Mr. Hedricks. Music and a social hour was enjoyed until things were made ready for a wiener roast. In the evening the group went to Rainbow Gardens at Ludington where everyone had a good time roller skating. —VIVIEN STEWART JUNIOR PARTY HELD GIRLS' CLUB FORMED Custer high girls have met and decided to form a club to ido Girl Reserve work. The pur- The ambitious Juniors are re- Mrs. Peter Anderson at the ] Dicing over the neat proceeds home of the latter Wednesday Lincoln River Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harter, _ ,-- who have spent the past two pose of the club will be for in-| weeks in the county, left Friday struction and recreation. The morning Jor their home In Lbs girls will soon be organized to do various types of Scout work and other interesting activities. Is Guest of Honor at Stork Shower LINCOLN RIVER.—Mrs. Marshall Swanson was guest of honor at a stork shower given by Mrs. Robert Anderson and son, Art Nash, Larry Stewart, Leonard Green, they realized during the school party which they snonsored Oct. 6. The gym was very prettily decorated with bright autumn leaves and the guests danced to the music of a nickelodeon. Games of all sorts were provid- __ _ , ed for entertainment. Herman Peter-1 The Juniors also he id a skat- Berry, m g. party on Friday evening, Charles Ford Morse, Victor Sanders and Charles Reader. On the "B" squad this year are Bob Roche, Dick Figgins, Bill Russell, Bernard Wagner, Howard Pitcher, Roach, treasurer; Jean Chadwick, secretary, and Walter. _ Zyndai Student Council repre-! George Wooster, Norbert and sentative. Mr. Bennett was Edmund Zynda and Bob Nash. chosen as class advisor. TEACHERS TO PRESENT PLAY The gymnasium doors of Custer high school will soon swing wide in honor of the teachers' presentation, "Don't Darken My Door." The characters in this three- act farce are Poppy Foster, played by Miss Dorothy Zerillo, .the maid who is suddenly very I cold to her devoted swain, Alec SPONSOR ALL-SCHOOL PARTY Custer Freshmen will hold their first party of the year on Oct. 25 when they will sponsor an all-school Hallowe'en dance in the gym. On the committee for music, are John Saya, Mable Ann Wing, Herbert Gulembo, Jean Chadwick and Eugene Figgins. Other members of the class are on the decoration com- Oct. 20, at Rainbow Gardens. This was their second skating party of the year. —FRANCES MASAITIS HOLD MAGAZINE SALE To make money for their annual spring trip, the Seniors of Custer have divided into two teams to sell magazines. One team is called the Potawatomies and is led by Chief Norma Zynda; the other team is the Kicka- poos and is led by Chief Charles Berry. So far, the Potawatomies are ahead of the Kickapoos. There is plenty of rivalry as the losers must give the winners a afternoon, Oct. 18. A number of interesting contests were enjoyed, led by Mrs. Arthur Ohst, after which progressive flea was played with Mrs. Clarence Keith winning high score. Mrs. Swanson was with a lovely and useful collective gift. The hostesses served light refreshments late in the! afternoon. Present were: Mesdames] Marshall Swanson, guest of honor; Earl Keith, Robert Keith, Clarence Keith, Vern Eppard, Cloyce Lidke, Herman Lidke, Clarence Mavis, Arnold Anderson, Julius Eschels, Arthur Miller, Angeles Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Harter were residents of Custer for many, years before their marriage when Mrs. Harter was Miss Edith Mohler, and also a.f.~ ter their' marriage when ' they started.their home just south of Scottville, The past two weeks i have been happy ones for the.m ' as they visited with many 'of their friends and with Mrs. Harter's sister, Mrs. Bruce Miller and family and her brother, Edwin Mohler and family. Addispn Miller came from Clayton to be with them for a week-end, Miss Racheal Miller came for a. few days from Manchester college Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Place-of Pontiac made them 'a visit while they were in South Custer. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harter of Los Angeles, Calif., were guests Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. Mabel McKenzie. . party. —ALICE JOHNSON Albert Ohst, Herman Beyers, Clarence Rozell, Fred Christmas, John Bagley, Loyal Bagley, Arthur Ohst, Herman Ohst, Raymond Stakenas, Harry Peterson, John Hansen, John McKillop and Gerald Graham, Miss Ethel Christmas and the hostesses, Ml-s. Robert and Peter Anderson. Several others were unable to be present. West Rivertoa • The Ladies' Aid society 'ft West Riverton church will-meet at the home of Mrs; Sadie BigS* by on Wednesday, Oct. 25,, Instead of on Nov. 1, a& was previously announced- J ' Bermuda is headquarters for Great Britain's west Atlantic naval squadron, »' < There were 32,400 deaths „ , 145Q.OOQ Injuries in traffic accl-; dents in the United States in An acre was originally d^'iqfri as the area a yoke of, could plow in 4 day. i '*••/.. '«, \\i-*4k'<i f. 'i

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