The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 26, 1939 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE! Center Riverton PT-AHasMeeting CENTER RIVERTON SCHOOL. —The regular meeting of Center Riverton Parent-Teacher association was held Friday evening, Oct. 20, at the schoolhouse. The meeting was opened with community singing led by Mrs. Lcfma Hannah, president, and accompanied by Miss Ruth Gchwass. During the business session Earl Pleiness was chosen as janitor for the ensuing year. Following are the committees for the remainder of the school year: November—Program, Mr. and Mrs. John Silvis and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hanson; refreshments, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pleiness and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murphy. DJ- cember—Program, Mrs. Lula McGahn; refreshments, Mr. and Mrs. James Pleiness and Mr. and Mrs. Orvan Morell. January— Program, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Wyant and Mr. and Mrs. George Wyant; refreshments, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Storm and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sorensen. February— Program, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haberichter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gerbers and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Braurer; refreshments, Mrs. Ella Paap, Mr. and Mrs. Thys Talsma and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loppenthcin. March—Program, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gerbers and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Listing; refreshments, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Martz and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bailey. April—Program, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Murphy; refreshments, Mr. and, Mrs. Walter McCumber, Mr. and Mrs. William Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Franszen. Picnic committee—Mrs. John Lichte, Mrs. Aaron Schade, Mrs. Norman Gerbers, Mrs. Marble Harley and Mrs. Manie Hannah. Ways and means committee—Mr. and Mrs. T. C Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. John Lichte and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Murphy. Lincoln River Dance on Oct. 28 Victory Grange will sponsor a dance for Grangers and friends Saturday evening, Oct. 28, at Victory townhall. Lunches will be sold. Mrs. Nellie Christmas spent last week-end at the 'Arthur Martin home in Manistee. The Lincoln River Parent- Teacher association dance was very well attended at the Victory townhall Friday evening, Oct. 20. A nice sum was added to the treasury. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keith and daughter, Mildred, were recent supper guests at the Herman Beyer home. Stewart Swanson was a Saturday night guest of his cousin, Henry Beyer. REDUCED FOR WARD WEEK! II YEAR'S BIGGEST BATTERY BARGAINS! Wards "Commander" Guaranteed 12 Months! 77 Equals $6.95 batteries! 39 plates . . . Port Orford cedar separators. A good battery ... a dollar-saving price! 3-Year Guarantee! "Super-Power" ... Glass-fiber mats. Rubber separators. 51 plates. with your old battery 2-Year Guarantee! "Winter King" . . . M 66 all-rubber separators ... 45 plates 1 w/((l your old oottary SPECIAL FOR WARD WEEK! Wards Supreme Quality 35e Quality Motor Oil! ,n your container lie qt. Fed. plus Tax. The same top grade that sells for 35c in Service Stations! 5 qt. caalad can 64c 8 qt. lealod can 97c Add 1c qt. Fed. tax to all prices fOR WARD WEEK ONLY! Prices Cut on Wards Roll Roofing ami Shiiigles 98 90-lb. Slate See Wards slate roofings with the beautiful new ceramic colors! Free estimates at Wards! 33-lb. Smooth Roofing Roll 79c 168-lb HaxShlngloi iq. 3.89 SPECIAL fOR WARD WEEK! All cut in Price! Sale! Auto Gadgets Ward Week Cut Price I Steering wheel iplnner 17e Gear-ihlft "8-Ball" I7e Vl»or vanity mirror ; I7c Suction cup thermometer 17e Steering wheel cover ; «7e Auto Fan Defrosts! Ventilates I 1 22 Lynn Waldorf 'Wildcat" Football Sa/e Price/ 77 • Soft-rubber blades! • Equals $2.00 auto fanst • Price cut during sale! An official size cowhide ball- recommended for boys by Waldorf—Northwestern coach! HAWTHORNE BIKE Without Shockmaster Fork Men's or Women's Price slashed for Ward Week only! Look at this beauty carefully—see all the features—see how completely equipped it is for safety, comfort and long wear! Better yet, see it at Wards! With Shockmaster Fork As Illustrated 26.88 ($2 Holds Any Bike 'Til Xmas) Price Cut Over 30% I \ SparkPlugtl "Supreme Quality" — millions sold at~"45c| Knife-edge spark gap gives a quick, sure start! Single Barrel Shotgun Record low price on a sweat shirt of this quality! Full athletic cut. Silver gray. Buy now! Sale Special I Hunting Coat 6 77 2 90 Wards famous Hercules in any gauge! Automatic ejector — proof-tested barrel! Compare I Kalsomine A Room For Only Compare! Storm collar, Bi- Swing back, bloodproof game pocket! Water repellent duck. Asbestos Roof Coating 26c I 10 Imagine! Redecorating an entire room for this price! Our best quality—won't ,-ub off! 25-Lb. Limit to a Customer Common Nails 3 c Ib. 5 gallons A record-breaking Ward price!, One coat seals composition,' felt, metal or tile roofs! 3for10c Crystal Tumblers 2 fo, All grade "A" selected nails, no seconds! Sizes 6d to 60d. Save during; this great salet 59c Self-Polishing Wax No rubbing! Just spread on, it dries in 20 minutes to a hard, glossy finish. Qt. size. Hurry! Reduced Price! Patch Kit Stock up and save at this sensationally low price! Prism- like design on foot! 9-oz. cap. 5c Flashlight Cells 2 for Dated to guarantee freshness! Exceed U. S. Gov't. specifications 1 Stock up now and save! 16" Large size! 72 square inches of patching material. 2 tubes of rubber cement , . , buffer! Western Field, 22-caliber bolt action rifle. 26-in. barrel 1 Walnut stock with cheekpiece. Reliable Ingraham 30-hour movement! Alarm shut-off on top! Choice of ivory or blackt V4-H.P. Motor 188 Here's a brand-new motor at second hand price. 2-yr. guarantee! With 7%-ft. cord and plug. Americans JGre^qfesf Sale of Tires / ppfcl ^VWVRbS ALREADY LOW ltlfcR IC E $ -:• 6 N RIV E R$ IDES! FIRST TIME IN HISTORY . . . Every passenger lire in Wards mammoth stock reduced for this GREATEST sale! The best opportunity ever to buy the size, kind and quality tire you need at lowest prices! DON'T BE MISLED by "Large Discounts" others may quote! Wards discounts are genuine! No "red tape" or special conditions! Compare price you pay, quality for qualify/ Pay less at Wards! VALUE/ .•£..•-.. -••;.'• Ask Hunters! They Know— There's No Finer Shell! Famous Red £* 'w M s#g 12 Gauge There's no finer shell made —nor any lower-priced! Save money this fall—but demand top performance! Wards have the shell you want. Save now! FOR WARD WffK ONLY! Compare Suites $20 Higher! Waterfall Bedroom Walnut J5** ^^ 94 Orientalwood ana Butt Walnut veneers on hardwood with famous Guardsman Finish! Bed; chest; vanity or dresser. $5 A WON 111. Down Payment, Carrying Charge. SPECIAL fOR WARD WEEK! Prices Slashed on Wire! No. 14 R. C. Wire Reg,S9c Per 100-Ft. Tested at 1500 volts against breakdowns. Save on U. L. approved wire now. No. 8 Weatherproof Wire 100' I. a« No 14-2 Non Metallic 100' l.OU #14-2 Armored Cable, 100' 2.4B Sale! 9x12 Wardoleum Felt Base Rugs 3 80 « $1.49 V Aluminum " Skillet 97" $5.95 quality anywhere! New patterns in stainproof, waterproof baked enamel surface! .Fine quality cast aluminum I Saves time and fuel! Detachable wood handle! 10^-in. diam, MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN may be used on any purchases totaling $10 or morel Buy NOW ... pay LATER! MONTGOMERY WARD 103*109 East Ludington Avenue. Telephone 158 CATALOG ORDER SERVICE saves you money on thousands of items we haven't room to stock in our store. WAR MEANS HEALTH FOR MOPPEtlS For the first time In their baby lives many of these British youngsters, evacuated from the congested areas of London, are getting their share of sunshine, fresh air and good food. These children, holding on to each other, are led by a nurse Into the grounds of. magnificent Taplow Court, a peer's mansion, and now the moppets' temporary home. There are 150 of them at Taplow Court, which is far from London. •V^%^%r\XN*-W^«-W^.- ^ -I-", .v-^r-v —w *•-., w -. '. - ^-»-W ./">-^V*/-^"V*^X/-<«*-*.^S^W**^N**\*-S^NX 1 W^rf'>^^ HERE'S REAL DOG OF WAR OF TODAY —Central Press Phonephoto A. courier dog, attached to the French army on the western front^ is shown above as he sets out to deliver a message to headquarters. The message is attached to the collar of the dog, a' trained shepherd. U.S. WHEAT ACREAGE ACRES (MILLIONS) NATIONAL ALLOTMENT (Seeded basis) IS LARGER THAN HARVESTED ACREACC ANY YEAR DURINO WORLD WAR 1914 1915 1916 1917 1939 1940 WORLD WAR YEARS The United States has just harvested 731 million bushels of .wheat from 55 million acres. This harvest added to the 1939 carry-over of 254 million bushels makes available a total supply of 985 million bushels. As 680 to 700 million bushels are consumed domestically each year, the United States will have from 275 to 300 million bushels to export during the next 12 months. Wheat exports during the last 10 years have averaged about 25 million bushels per year. Under the Triple A farm program, American farmers are asked to seed 62 million acres In 1940. This acreage is not onlv 7 million acres greater than in 1939, but almost 1 and three-fourths million acres more than was harvested any year during the Wo?l§ war. ' , ' Fast Action! '. . - .••"-.'.•-;•.- ' tV'.i WHEN YOU USE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS WANT ADS PHONE 21 OR 106 • ASK FOR AN A r'-ic

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