The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 25, 1939 · Page 3
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Ludington, Michigan
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Wednesday, October 25, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGETHfrEt i 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. Plrase call the society editor, telephone 10G. •Surgery —Mrs. Emma Bothwell of Scottville underwent gel , b who passed aw / iy O n major surgery at Paulina | Oct ' 16 at his home at 10 8 Stearns hospital on Tuesday. j Sou t n Rowe street. A prayer ! Radio Club—Ludington Ama- j serv ice was held at the'home teur Radio club will meet at j precec ii nK the church service. 7:30 o'clock this evening at Musical selections included Ludington high schooMjuiluing. j ni t,i ie prayer service were ™, n ..-<^ /. __ sweet Home." At Services were held on Oct. 19 at 2:30 p. m. at the .Church of the Nazarene for John. B. ONE MORE WINTER TO GO "My Home, the church, the selections "Sometime We'll Understand," "Going Down the Vallev" and "The Eastm-n Gate" were sung by Mr. ar>d Mrs. Walter Sears, Coal Boat in Port—Charles West, large Great Lakes freighter, arrived in port shortly after noon today with a load of coal consigned to a local dealer. Baby Born—Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Christoffersen, Lud-1 accompanied at" the piano by ington. Route 1, anounce the i Mrs. Jesse Stimson. birth of a daughter, at Paulina! Words of comfort, selected Stearns hospital, on Tuesday. I from the 23rd Psalm, a favor- Announce Birth—Mr. and : ite of Mr. Selby's, were spoken Mrs. John Bernson, 819 East;by Rev. Arvid Norton, pastor Loomis street, announce the!of the Church of the Nazarene. Birth of a daughter at Paulina! The many beautiful floral Stearns hospital this morning. Sponsors' Club —There will be a meeting of the Music Sponsors' club at 8 o'clock this evening at Oriole hall. All members are requested to be present. Announce Birth — Mr. Mrs. Ray Brockhaus, 202 pieces were a token of esteem in which Mr. Selby was held by his many friends and relatives. Pallbearers were Clyde Dela- I vergne, Joseph Shue, John | Abrahamson, Walter Rears, ; Maurice Malliat and Harry and I Grant. East ' Interment experience. was made at street announce the IBrookside cemetery, Scottville birth of a daughter, Patricia ,, , , Ralenc, at home, on Tuesday. !i, e ^5. e °. The baby weighed eight and one-half pounds at birth. lowcraft meeting at 8 o'clock this evening ' at the Masonic temple. A program of pinochle and entertainment has been planned. All Masons are urged i h n ld t u nome of Ml , and to be present. Rummage Sale—Those services were John ; Palmer and sons, Edison and : Almond, and daughter, Mrs. I Mary Hilgendorf, and Mr. and i Mrs. Lawrence Selby ajid fain- iily. all of Flint, and Mrs. Oscar I Center of Wyandotte. SCOTTVILLE', Oct. 25.—Built in 1891, Scottville's bridge across the Pere Marquette river just south of the city limits will 1 be —Daily News Photo. north end and one on the south end, testifying to its ancestry. The plate at the north end states replaced by a modern re-in forced tnat the bridge was completed in. concrete structure early in the •• 1891 by the Pittsburgh Bridge Co. pring of 1940. The tablet at the south end brief- . Mrs. Carl Christcnson of Victory. .-- . --.-,- , , , pc !'~ i Mr and Mrs. Sam Beatty and sons having;. articles to donate : Mr George Hainer and two m, thn .T,m, n r Townseiid club , c ' auf , hters have returned to their The old-style over-head iron i ly recites the names of the three trestle type will give way to the ' persons, J. O. Holmes, J. Rine- new, actual construction opera- \ hartt and B. H. Parker, who then tions being .scheduled to start as : comprised the county road com- .sopn as weather conditions per- > mission. mil in the late winter or early i Members of the present coin- spring. Plans for the new bridge, ' mission said that the iron trestle which will be wider and without from the present bridge, when i the overhead .supporting struc- taken down next spring, can 1 ture, are now being completed ; probably be used elsewhere in the and arc expected to be in hands county. Present commissioners for the Junior rummage sale leave them with Mrs. McKerty, 1071/ 2 East Pere Marque! te street, or at the Masonic temple building, on either Friday or Saturday of this week. Anoiiiu-c Birth—Word _ ! home in Saginaw after visiting ueoigc : Mrs Amy Inman fo r a few days. ' Mr. and Mrs. Al Irwin of Muskegon and Mr. and Mrs. William Bradshuw were Sunday guests of of the Mason county road com- jare: James mission in the near future. ville, chairman Murphy in; Willi I of Scott- iiam Eber- The 48-year-olcl present bridge ;so!e, Ludington; William Klenim, bears two iron plaques, one at its i Amber township. the November meeting. After the busines. 1 ; meeting un., u. •wiuwui.uuj wi vinu »v»->_rv. ' Jyjj.y AllCC NOl'CUlOll rVlLUl LI 11' ULI Anoiiiu-c Birth—Word wasj Robert Hesslund'returned Fri- program of mi received by Mrs. Harold Harlcy| dav evening Oct 20. from Chi- j tion.s and rea of Riverton of the birth of a son ca j; 0 wncre he had enjoyed a few joyed, given by to her brother-in-law and sis- ciays' visit ter. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Bateson.j * Bertha Lexen Jimmie Cooper of Cadillac. The baby weighed aml Erving Wells met at the .seven pounds at birth and has! Hesslund home Sunday after- been named William Wayne. ' i;oun to plan for a Hallowe'en Mr. and Mrs. Bateson are for- party given by the Baptist Young mer residents of Ludington. 1 People's union of the Wa.shiiH',- Annoimce Birth- Word has : ton Avenue Baptist church Fri- been received by Mrs. EsU'Ha M. day evening at the home of Mr. Faulker.son, 309 North Jame.s ! and Mr.s Hesslund. .street, of the birth of a daughter | Sunday KUCS t. s of Mr. and Mrs. to h(u-Non and dauuhter-m-law, : Burn tonklin were Mr. and program of mu.sic, songs rccita- eading.s were en- the pupils from 1 brought Princess Watassa from a! the Michigan Tuberculosis as- Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cox of Chicago and party of friends hunted several days here and over the week-end making their headquarters at the Cox cottage at Ford lake. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and Miss Jean Wilson of Fern attended the Parent-Teacher association meeting here Friday night. MARKETS AND FINAHCE NEW YORK STOCKS (1:30 P. M. Prices) Adams Express 10 Am Can ..Ill Am Smelt & Ref 56 Am Tel & Tel lOB'!, Am Wat Wks 14 Anaconda 34',B Armour of 111 6% Auburn Auto 3 Aviation Corporation 7 ',4 Borden 21','« Cnlumet & Hecla & 5 'u Ches & Ohio WB Chrysler 92Va Colum O & El 7', '•! Com'wlth South 1'ii Can tlss Wright 8'/a Detroit Edison 123'/.Elec P&L 9 General Elec 42"i Gen Foods 45'.i General Mot 55 ',4 Hudson Mot. 7 Int Harvest 64 '/ z lilt Nick Can 4Q*' a Int Tel & Tel 4V 0 Ktnnccott Corp 41'/4 Llgg & Myers B , 99'/ 4 Marshall Field 17Is Masonlte Corp 42 Montgomery Ward 57 3 /a Motor Wheel 17Hs Nash-Kelvlnator 8 National Biscuit 24 Null Power & Light 9'n New York Central 22% North American 23^, Packard 37'n Penney (J C) 91 Phrlps Doclye 44'b Philips Pete 437n Pullman 38^4 Radio 6'.' B Radio Keith-Orp l^'u Reo Motor 1 ^.'i Republic Steel 273,4 Sears-Roebuck 84'/ 2 South Cal Edison 26Va Standard Brands Standard Gas & El 3 Standard Oil Cal Standard Oil Ind Stand Oil N J Studcbaker Underwood El 44 7 , Union Carbide United Corp 278 U S -Steel 773,!| Yellow T & C 21 '/a Eggs Beef llides . ,.27c .60 11.50; seconds, 9-10; culls and commons, 4.50-9. Sheep and lambSr-Recclpts 2.000; mar- J3CCI .(>•«!.. . • * . »•«•••••.«••••«••«•••• *"* i ».. in.trjj in i\.i unii t-i.T,-— Horse ................. *.,..'.., ..... 3 l /aO ket not established. ,» Hogs — Receipts 1,000; market not es- Saginaw Beans ! (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW. Mich.. Oct. 25.— (/P)— Michigan Bean Shippers' Association Wednesday prices: Handplcked pea btans, per cwt.. 2.35; handplcked red kidneys, light, 3.75; dark, 4; handpicked yelloweyes, 2.50; hnndplcked choice re- cleaned cranberries, light, 2.25; dark, 1.75. Bcnton Harbor Produce (Quotations In Cents! BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Oct. 25.— (/P) — Prices paid on the fruit market here Tuesday for 11,189 packages were: — Bushels, No. 1, 2 ',2 in., Jona- tablished. Previous. 7 for 200-220 Ib. hogs, downward to 5.75 lor roughs. Chicago Poultry (Quotations in 'Cents) CHICAGO, Oct. 25.—f/P)—Poultry— Receipts live. 35 trucks; market steady! email colored ducks? 11 ',4: smalt white ducks, 12','a; other prices unchanged.... „ sociation to visit our school. She told us many interesting legends about how to build strong bodies. and intermediate! Only two pupils have been ab- i sent this month. Leo and Norma gram committee. Mr. and Mrs. William M I-au Ik- M A Saxlon willium Sax- (r.son «}f Manitowoc. The baby, L ; g - and M ',. ai ; d Mrs . &1 Mo- born at Holy Family hospita in I ihlf> ! , nd children. Manitowoc on Sunday, weighed eifiht and three-quarter pounds at birth and luus been named Janet Kay. Mr.s. W. M. Faulk- er.son, nee Miss Alice Hansen of LudiiiRton, will be remembered as conductor of the Story Hour in the Ludington public library's children's department. the primary rooms. A lunch was served by the of-' Griffith. Those that have been ficrrs and members of the pro-1 neither absent nor tardy . are: Helen, Vernita, Lois and Clara Comstock, John and Lois Woos- Icr, Leona and Frankie Russell, Ruth and Junior Griffith, Lucille, Elizabeth, Dorothy, Jeanette and Albert Frost and Jean Soinmer- lelclL. Our .school is planning a Hal- lowe'en carnival for Monday, Oct. . than, 80; Delicious. 70-85; Golden Delicious, fiO-75; Staymans, Rome Beautys, York Imperials, Kings, Northern Bpys, 50-60; Wageners. R. 1. Greenings, 50; 2>,'4 in. Jonathans, 60-75; Delicious, 55-60; Grimes Golden. 40-55; Winesaps, 40-50; Sttele Reds, 50-55; King Davlas, 50. Pears — Bushels, Kleffers. 50-60; best, 65; poorer and small, 30-45. Grapes — Concords. 12 qts., 35-42. Detroit Produce (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 25.— (/ft— (United States Deportment of Agriculture.) — Apples — Mich. bu. baskets and bu. boxes U. S. No. 1: 2V' 2 in. min. Delicious, .75-1.10; few large, 1.25; Winter Bananas, .40-.50; NW Greenings, .40-.50; Jonathans. .60-. 65; Kings, .50; King Davids, .40; Mclntosh, .80-.75; Spys, .75-1; Wealthys, .40-. 50; Wolf Rivers. .35-.40; 2','z In. min. Jonathans, .50-. 65; Snows. .50- .65. Celery — Mich, bunches dozens. .38-.40. Onions— 50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1 : Mich. yellows, medium size, .50-.60; whites, .60. . Potatoes— 100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Russet Burbanks mostly around, 2; Mich. Russet Rurals. 1.25-1.35; Chip- pewas, 1.30-1.40; Maine Chlppewas. 22.10; 15 Ib. paper sacks U. .S. No. 1 Maine Chlppewas, .35; Green Mts., .35; Katahtllns, .36; Ida. 10 Ib. sacks Russets U. S. No. 1, .21-. 22; few. .23. Detroit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Oct. 25.—<>P1—Poultry- Market very weak. No quotations available. Butter—Best creamery in tubs, 26Va- 27'.i. Eggs—Current receipts, 20; dirties, 16; checks, 15. Chicago Potatoes (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 25.—(fl 1 )—(United States Department of Agriculture.)— Potatoes—Receipts 79, on track 347. total U. S. shipments 506; market, best quality all sections steady, demand fair, poor quality all sections weak, demand very slow; supplies rather liberal; sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S 1 No. 1. waslud few sales, 1.70-.80; un- NOW YOU CAN BREATHE1 83 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, unwashed cotton sacks, 1.50; burlap sacks, 1.45; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, cotton sacks. 1.85; North Dakota Red River Valley section Cobblers. 75 percent U. S. No. 1, 1; Early Ohlos, 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, few sales, 1.10-.25; Wisconsin Round Whites U. S. No. 1, fine quality heavy to large, 1.35; one car, 1.15. Chicago Dairy (Quotations In Cents) CHICAGO, Oct. 25.— tfP)— Butter—Receipts 575,513; market stfady; 90 score, centralized carlots, 26 3 ,4-27; other prices unchanged. Eggs—Receipts 3,307; market steady, priors unchanged. Clear Cold-Clogged Head This Quick Way Clear tnat tormenting stuffiness- breathe more freely I Just a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol — that's what you need. Feel it go right to work —bring real comfort. This treatment is successful because Va-tro-nol is active medication—containing several essential relief-giving agents plus ephedrine—expressly designed for nose and upper throat. Next time don't wait for a cold to get a head start. Used at first sniffle or sneeze, Va-tro-nol helps keeij a cold from developing. WAKE UF VOUI NOSi • VICKS — VA-TRO-NOL Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT. Oct. 25.—(/i 1 )—Cattle—Receipts 500; market slow. Good to choice yearlings, 9.75-11; fair to good yearlings, 8.50-9.75: good to choice heavy steers. 9.25-10.25; fair to good heavy steers, 8.259.25; common butcher cattle, S-.75; calmer and cutter cows. 3.25-5.25; beso butcher and luavy bologna bulls, 6.50-7; milkers and springers, 50-75. Calves.—Receipts 800; market, 50 cents lower. Best calves, 12; fair to good. 10- HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver Stock Averages, Oct. 25 (Compiled IJy The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Kails Util Stocks Net change A.2 COMSTOCK SCHOOL NEWS Comstock .school began on Sept. 18, haviiu; two new begin- 30, at 8 p. m. There will be '2very- p. n that thing that goes with a carnival Meeting Is Held by Fountain PT-A FOUNTAIN.--A large crowd , ^, W111 , IUI lltl .-> ^ WL11 .^^ attended <tlie ^Fountain Fiu'cuit-. tiunace,. - . ... ., Teacher association meeting Our .school closed ; mt'iit. of 23 .students, Many improvements have been made in our school since last year. Eleclrie lights, library books, seals and an automatic control has been added to our Meeting Enjoyed by Marchido PT-A MARCHIDO SCHOOL. — The H-tuilar meet ing of the Parent- Teacher association of Marchido .school was held at the school- Friday, Oct. 20, with a good attendance. After a business meeting conducted by Mr.s. Barney Conklin, a program was enjoyed. Misses Margaret Gilbert, Doris Olmstead and Catherine Hansen gave two vocal trios which were very much enjoyed, after which Jacob Lunde gave a very interesting sketch of early lumbering 1 days, showing pictures o& old days which he had drawn himself. I Friday night. During the business meeting Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Larsen were Mr. and Mr.s. Guy Wrege and children and Mr.' and Mrs. Jay Parsons and son, Darwin. Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Outcalt, Alice Mabel and Paul attended the Gleaner meeting Saturday eve- conducted by the president, Mrs. Moran Chancelku', Catharine Wilson was elected pianist to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. Clare Adams, who has been the j accompanist for .several year.s. The president announced a I membership drive with the fol- ' lowing committee in charge: | Chairman, Mr.s. Lloyd Van- j Sickle; Mr.s. Fred Hansen and Mrs. Elsie Wilcoxson. A box social for the benefit of the association will be held Nov. 17. A lengthy discussion on a hot lunch club for the school this | winter took place but no clefin- ! ite plans were made at this time ! as to ways and means of taking j care of a project of this kind. i A committee composed of ( Chairman, Mrs. John Boehm, ' Mrs. ELsie Wilcoxson, Mrs. Wil! liam Goff. Mrs. Gus Becker and j Mr.s. Bill Williams were appoint- i ed to investigate and report at .ill day Friday, Sept. 28, for the Scottville HarvcM and most of us were able to attend. Fountain Drinking Water to Be Tested FOUNTAIN.—During the next few days the residents of the village will have the opportunity to have the water they are drinking tested by the state. A test may prove why there We have decorated our school I are continued illnesses in the thi.s month with fall leaves and | home or some ailment Hallowe'en decorations. The Sixth and Seventh grades have been studying Indians and have built an Indian exhibit on the sand table. We have organized a "Better Health club" which meets every which from which i | wo wecks «" may have been caused continued use of water was thought to be pure. Dr. E. J. Friar of Mason-Manistee Health unit will take the samples from every source of i business place and household „,, t Th e o- ! water supply. These will be for- to the state laboratories vice president, Eliza- «^ y authentic report wiU be ^J, 11 . 0 ' I returned. Dr. Friar will be as- ^lsoanooiV^"ornm\tte^toi sisted by pdnci P al Ha «y Mc - aiso appoints eommiuees to p n ,.ir, n ,i qnf j »V,P hieh C pVmni look after diiic.-ivnt routine jobs * auanci ana ine m s u about the school. On Oct. 13. Miss Eastman school students, who will be benefited in their science classes by the DON'T RENT A HOUSE— OWN A HOME You Can Afford a Home You Will Be Proud of Never before has it been so easy to own a beautiful, well-constructed home. Today's new homes are the greatest values in history. Look at these features: Insulation; automatic heat; air conditioning; stronger construction; waterproof foundations and basement; fire resistant throughout —all these arc yours at a price you can afford. Come in and go over our attractive plans today. PHONE 130 Abrahamson- Nerheim Co. "Everything to Build Anything" Tocluy 16.0 Previous day 75.8 Monlh HBO 76.0 Yiur ngo .. 7C.7 1H39 Hi&jh . 77.0 1939 Low . . 58.8 HKiH High . 79.5 ]!K<8 Low 49.2 Movt'iiu'iit in Recent Year.s 1932 Low 175. 8.7 23.9 1929 High 14G.9 153.9 184.3 157.7 1927 Low 51.G 95.3 G1.8 G1.8 A.I 23.1 23.0 23.8 21.4 23 8 15.7 23.5 12.1 A.I 40.3 •10.2 39.1 37.2 40.G 33.7 37.8 24.9 THE MARKETS LOCAL, MAKKCTS Light red kidney beans $3.75 Dark red kidney beans Dark cranberry beans $1.75 Light cranberry beans $2.25 White pea Deans $2.35 Yclloweye beans $2.50 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9c Heavy hens 14c Plymouth Rock springers. under 4 Ibs 17o Plymouth Rock springers, Colored springers 15e 4 Ibs. and up 17o Grain ShelleJ com, cwt $1.05 Rye, cwt 85o Oats, cwt $1.00 Wheat, cwt $1.00 Produce PENTWATER THEATRE WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY Oct. 25-26 Here's one of the best pictures, most entertaining you'll see all winter. Wallace Beery, Chester Norris, Virginia Grey, Douglas Dumbrille in "THUNDER AFLOAT" mateoftheCommanJrand^ v\ed, tre- provide prompt painstaking vice. Dorrell Funeral Home Phone 438-W Ludington, Mich. ^r^^lil**- pricecar^ % #% ^ J otl up* saVe le a ddVt^^e , , 5*5°y^f n& Aast«*Stu e atl°«6' cr-SW^r.***?.* 8 BUYER'S INDEX READ f THE ADS* Your Progressive Merchants Show You Where to Shop and How You Can Save Money. • LOOK THE ADS OVER . . . YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! Balfzer's Sales Co. 103 S. Washington Avenue Telephone 235 THE BEST LUBRICATION In Town And Only 75c! We Use ALEMITE Greases SUBURBAN SERVICE STATION Lud. Ave. & Lewis St. Phone 570-W ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bill* LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phone 600 W. Loomis Street Ahead in looks — modern streamlined design in black, gray and crimson. Ahead in conveniences— new no-adjustment feature. Top efficiency, without hand or foot adjusting, on rugs of any thickness. New handle positioner. Ahead in value — full-size, precision- IT UEATS built Hoover, with basic Hoover fea- AS IT SWEEPS tures at an amazingly low price. 1 *" 1 CLKANi> A/one in Color-C/eqn/ng—only Hoover has the Color-Restorer (patented Agitator) to remove color-dulling grit. Our Ti-rms: Complete wilh Cleaning Tools in hundy Kitand Mothimizer, $1.00 a week, payable monthly. GROTEMAT'S Wife Saving Station LOWEST PRICE EVER! SPECUCULAR WARD WEEK SALE! AUTO HEATERS REDUCED! n '1: Installation Cost Also Reduced! FOR MOST CARS TO $1. Words "Standard Quality" (Defroster tubes extra) n\< A triple-flow heating core, plus a BIG silent motor, s plus a 63/4 inch fan ... equals a FLOOD of chill\ chasing heat to keep you warm in coldest weather! 4-door revolving front sends heat where you want it ... powerful built-in blower for defrosting sends hot air to windshield or to driver's feet. Beautiful crackle and chrome finish. Now I All these features combined in a heater that equals others at $15.951 Wards "MW" Equals $8.95 Auto Heatersl Horizontal design for more foot room: heater ; i; a low Ward Week 44 good! price! . i i * 417 South James St. Phone 371 MONTGOMERY WARD A N°y "»• tnln «» y°" want * oda y • • • P 0 ^ ln convenient monthly Install- 9 ments on Wards Payment Plan. Any $10 purchose open» on account. 103-109 E. Ludington Avenue Buy atl your needs at Wards. Our Catalog Order Servk* bring* you Ihomands of Items that w» hov» not room to stock In our steret

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