The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 26, 1939 · Page 3
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 3

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 26, 1939
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THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDTNGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE I NEWS BRIEFS Choir —The choir of Grace Episcopal church will meet for rehearsal at 7:30 o'clock this evening. Camera Club —Ludington Camera club will meet promptly at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the Camera Shop.' To Chicago—Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gilbert, daughter, Miss Thelma, and son, Billy, of 713 East Filer street, left early this morning for Chicago where they will visit for several days. K. of C. — There will be a meeting of Pere Marquette council No. 1492, Knights of Columbus, at 8 o'clock this evening in the, K. of C. club rooms. Luncheon will be served following the meeting. To Florida — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams or Scottville, who have spent the summer at the home of Mrs. Ben F. Elms, 304 North William street, left on Monday for Florida, where they will spend the winter months. Return from Meeting— Sheriff and Mrs. George L. Colyer returned this morning from Grayling where Mr. Colyer attended a district meeting of the Michigan Sheriffs' association. They have been gone since Tuesday, j Dance —Crystal lodge No. 159, | Independent Order of Odd Fellows, will sponsor a dance for young people of high school age after the football game on Friday evening, Oct. 27, at I. O. O. F. hall. To Grand Rapids— Miss Gertrude Eastman, Mason county school commissioner, left this morning for Grand Rapids to attend the annual institute of the Mich.gan Educational association being held today and Friday. Returned Home — Ernst L. Johnson, 410 East Foster street, icturned to his home Wednesday evening from Ann Arbor, where he attended the opening of the Chorale Union Series concerts. Sergei Rachmaninoff was featured composer and pianist at this concert. Patrons —All patrons of Sutton and Marchido schools who are interested in the hot lunch project for rural schools are asked to meet with Miss Gertrude Eastman, who will explain the project, on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 31, at 4 o'clock at Button school. Improving —Mrs. Anna Nelson, 301 '2 East Melendy street, has received word that her granddaughter, Anna Mae Gagnon, who has been a patient at St. John's hospital at Springfield, 111., for the past three weeks, has returned to her home and is improving favorably. Correction —There will be a Fellowcraf t -meeting at 8 o'clock this evening "at the Masonic temple, instead of on Wednesday evening as was erroneously started in this column on Wednesday. A program of pinochle and entertainment has been arranged for the occasion. All Masons are urged to be present. Returned —Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Landln returned early this morning from Chicago, where Rev. Landin attended the Aug- ustana synod conference. They were accompanied by Mrs. W. L. Hall of The Elite shoppe, who also returned this morning after enjoying a combined business and pleasure trtp. Fairview PT-A to Meet on Friday FAIRVIEW SCHOOL. — The Parent-Teacher association of the Fairview school will hold its first meeting of the year at the schoolhouse at 8 o'clock Friday evening, Oct. 27. The newly-elected president, Mrs. Ronald W. VanDyke, will preside at the meeting and a "program, prepared by, Mr. and Mrs. Eirior Christofferson and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Seymour, Tax Sale Procedure Explained In Notice County Treasurer Helen J. Bennett announced this morning she has received notice from the state department of conservation regarding the manner of procedure necessary to purchase at auction in February the un- purchased and unredeemed properties which were offered at the county treasurer's tax sales, May 3, 1938. These lands in addition to Mason, are situated in all counties north of and including Oceana, Newaygo, Mecosta, Isabella, Midland and Arenac. "The department," Miss Bennett said, "will offer at public auction any of these properties, providing formal application is filqd by an owner of any interest as to May 3, 1938. An important Drovision is that all such applications must be received in the Lansing office by or postmarked not later than Dec. 3." , Forms for filing applications can now be secured at the count(y treasurer's/office, it wa< learned. After being filled out they must be sworn to before a notary public. All communications and inquiries should be addressed to the lands division, department of conservation, Lan- sing. Offered at Auction Remainder of the notice deals with the auction and its regulations. Properties applied for in the 30-day period will be advertised and offered at public auction as soon as practicable'— probably in February—and will be sold to the highest bidder for not less than 25 percent of the 1930 assessed valuation. If the highest bidder at such sale is a former owner of interest, a quit-claim deed will be issued without exception or reservation. If the highest bidder is not a former owner of interest, he will receive a 30-day purchase certificate and during this 30-day period it is the privilege of the former.owner of interest to redeem by paying to the conservation department the amount of successful bid. In such event the bid price paid by the successful bidder at time of sale will be refunded and the owner of record will receive a quit-claim deed without exception or reservation. If not redeemed by the owner of record, the successful bidder is entitled to a state deed. May Enter Contract Former' owner of interest may purchase such land for cash or may enter into a time payment contract running for a period of not more than 10 years. Twenty per.cent of the purchase price must be paid. in cash at time of the sale. The balance is to be paid in equal annual installments with interest at 6 percent. Ludington county seat will be the scene of auctions when held. They will be conducted by representatives of the department of conservation. All lands not applied for by the former record.owner within the 30-day period will be disposed of or otherwise administered in accordance with existing laws and policies. All communications and inquiries should be addressed to the lands division, department of conservation, Lansing. Work of Rebuilding Pentwater Piers Recently Finished PENTWATER, Oct. 2R.—Work of rebuilding the piers, guarding the entrance to Pentwater harbor, was completed last week and the government boats, working on the construction job, left port Saturday morning, Oct. 21, for Holland after being held in Pentwater harbor several days because of high winds and stormy weather. The new piers, which have been under construction for the past two summer seasons, present a distinct improvement over the old wood structure, in bad state of repair, which had marked the entrance to Pentwater harbor since before the turn of the present century. The north pier and revetment, which is 2,175 feet in length, extends into Pentwater lake beyond the bridge crossing the channel entrance while the south pier does not extend quite to the bridge, being only 1,746 feet long. Both piers are of modern approved cement construction and should prove adequate protection for the harbor for many years to come. • "Winter blasts used to raise the bumps on my skin. But now, when the geese fly south, I sny summer underwear, and switch to HANKS totirltlleiveight WINTER SETS." HANES WINTER SETS protect you outdoors. And you don't feel butullcd-up indoors. They also give you the athletic support of the llANESKNIT Crotch-Guard. See I your 1IA1NES Dealer i'todav. P. II. Haiies Knitting Co., Win- stou-Salem, N. C. i HANES WINTER SETS 5O e to 79c THE .GARMENT ' Wear a middleweight undershirt. Then ftclert n pair of Crotch- Ouarci S hurts (figure uhove), or C r o I n h - G u a r d Wind-Shields. Combed yarn ... or 10% wool. HANES HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONS SI. Others 79c to $2. Buy at the Fall Round-Up in BLUE RIBBON STORES CUTS DOWN REGULAR LARGE STOCKS 2 19c 23c RUNS SAVES for ELASTICITY FOR "B.O." PROTECTS HEALTH LIFEBUOY 3 ,„, 20c RINSO WASHES CLOTHES SPARKLING WHITE LARGE ACTIVb LATHER FOR COMPLEXION AND BATH REG IOC SOAP 3 ,.,20c Shortenin STAYS SO _ ,_. FRESH AND /I Q/> SWEET ItfC Geamcd 1 Lb.CAN 22c 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! ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bill* NG Phone 600 AUTO SALES w. Loomli StrMt Beer—Groceries—Meats Domestic and Imported Wines "* Open Evenings & Holidays SERV-U-WELL GROCERY W. Ludington Aye. Phone 593 LASSO THESE FOUR FAMOUS SOAPS AND SPRY AT SPECIAL PRICES LUX / Cuts down stocking runs LUX TOILET SOAP 9 out of 10 screen stars use it Spry Trie new, purer, all- vegetable shortening Trip le - Creamed RINSO Richer suds in Aarc/est water LIFEBUOY HEALTH SOAP In your daily bath Stops "B. O." IN LUDINGTON ALSTROM and ANDERSON, 509 S. Washington Avc. ELMER ABRAHAMSON, 402 S. Washington Ave. ALBRIGHT GROCERY, 329 E. Dowland St. BRANDT'S GROCERY, 127 E. Ludington Ave. E. DUTCH & CO., 317 S. James St. ECONOMY FOOD MARKET, 1018 S. Madison St. FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORES, No. 1, Dowland & James, also No. 2, East Ludington Ave. FONNESBECK GROCERY, 1207 S. Madison St. FORREST'S GROCERY, 325 E. Dowland St. GIBBS' GROCERY, East Ludington Ave. HOLCOMB'S GROCERY, 321 North Rowe St. HOLLICK & CARLSON, South Washington'Ave. LARSEN'S ECONOMY CASH and CARRY, 1228 S. Madison St. IN SCOTTVIJJLE CITY FOOD MARKET. SCHOENBERGER'S MARKET. IN PENTWATER MEYERS SANITARY MARKET. WILLIAM BALFOUR. LESSARD'S GROCERY, 504 North Rath Ave. L V ARSEN' FOOD HOP, 415 South James St. LUND'S GROCERY, 310 S. Washington Ave. MATSON GROCERY, North Rath Ave. THE MARKET BASKET, 523 E. Dowland St. MASTEN FOOD STORE, 510 N. Rowe St. THE PARK STORE, 410 W. Ludington Ave. ROSPLOCK'S GROCERY, 1303 S. Madison St. A. E. SCHROEDER & SON MARKET, Washington & Dowland. SERV-U-WELL GROCERY, 306 W. Ludington Ave. JOSEPH M. SELLNER, 229 Second Street. SNIEGOWSKPS GROCERY, 602 Fourth St. WAAL'S CENTRAL MARKET, 122 W. Ludington Ave. WREDE'S GROCERY. 208 S. Madison St. IN HART HART FOOD CENTER. RALPH DUKES. D. CORLISS. 0. F. WALKER. C. W. LANDON. IN NEW ERA IN SHELBY VANDERWALL. VANDERVEEN. GRANT'S. E. A. JOHNSflN. ALL A& P FOOD STORES ALL KROGER STORES. The days are getting colder and more vigorous ... let good meal keep you in cold feather trim . . . eat wholesome meals and make meat the important part of everyone. Choice cuts—fine quality meat Pot Roast of Beef lb. 19c ;• Fresh Hamburger :| Swiss Steak ': : . Sliced Bacon ° h , • ' 2 n,: 29c >b. 25c 4 ,„. Me At the close of the evening lefreshment will be The perfect meat for dinner . . . Rolled Rib Roast lb. 23c •; Boiling Beef j: Side Pork •: Pure Lard sliced, kettle rendered ,b 12c ,b 16c Ibs. Choice round or sirloin Steaks lb. 25c Pronto Shelby's :• Corn Meal :| Whole Wheat § Wheat Puffs Macaroni and cheese, dinner for four, 4 A A j>kg. JLUV Perfection Cake Flour, 5 lb. bag Yellow granulated, -f Ggt 5 lb. bag J.VV Graham Flour, 5 lb. bag 1 Qf» XtFV Cello package 5c Noodles Catsup Cider Vinegar * Shef ford Cheese Fine or medium, pound package Frazier brand, A- 14 oz. tall bottle ** gallon *£ 2-29C Roman Palmolive Stove Polish cello wrapped, pound pkg. Cleanser, bottle plus bottle charge Toilet Soap, . 3 bars or Spaghetti, Pkg. Liquid, can 20c IOC 19c 5c 15c •«* Vi S :.NCH VALUE . FOR ONLY 25$ ''•V ' ^m^f . : AND 1 BOX -TOP FROM CONCENTRATED SUPER SUDS 24 KT. GOLD PLATED HAMUS 21c Cotton light and sturdy, each SUPER SUDS IN THE. RED BOX CRYSTAL Our Price, bar 5c. VEL THE NEW SOAPLESS SUDS for FINE FABRICS AND Aeromist lOc Glass Cleaner Paper Towels lOc 150 count Furniture Polish Tall bottle Silver Creme 23c Wright's bottle Your Blue Ribbon Stoves E. DUTCH & CO, 317 S. James Street Phone 3 THE ihCUN.OMY FOOD MARKET 1018 S. Madison St. , Phone 195 ALJSTROM & ANDERSON 509 S. Yvasnmgton Ave, WREDE'iS GROCERY 208 S. Madison St, J0,$. M. 229 .Second, §,treet Phone 109 ELMER ABRAHAMSON 408 8. Washington, Avo,' Phone 90 Phone 373 WWWWWWWgvWWW^^ ' 1 )li ••Vfc'L '.«*, S W ',, , . .VA^M&fclfa ^v,?

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