The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 26, 1939 · Page 11
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Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 26, 1939
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I '*' THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE ELEVEN Touchdown! Every Day Daily News Want Ads Go Over The Goal For Results "1. PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS SEE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE, Scottville. $39.95 and UP. FRANK CLAVEAU. THE BEST PLACE—To buy used and , new furniture, stoves and heaters is i at BOB'S New and Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: \ Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 f .72 One day. 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for irregular insertions lakes the one time insertion rale; no ad taken for lest 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 «ash rale will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped 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 rejeel iiuy Classified advertising copy. _ . _., . . —=-- — itate per line for white space is the i Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds same as ;» :'•»« of copy. i FOR SALE—1 large Walnut dresser, 1 walnut bedroom suite, dresser, bed, vanity and springs. 1 Blrdscye Maple bedroom dresser. 1 six-shelf, two-door book case (Mahogany). Tel. 552-W between hours 1:00 to 1:45 and 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. for appointment. Miss Amanda O. Johnson, 808 E. Brother St. Registered U. S. Patent Office , -M SAVE ON FUEL BILLS—The Estate Oil Hcatrola with its supcr-cfficicliU double chamber bowl burner and exclusive Intcn'sl-Flre Duct, gets the most out of less fuel. Sec them at W. E. READER & CO. in CUSTER. WHILE LIMITED—Supply lasts. Brand new Grand Rapids made parlor sets, $37.50. H. Fisher, Custer. USED BOTTLE GAS—Range and Westinghouse Elec. range, like new. II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. 60 Announcements Card of Thanks ! WE HAVE—A beautiful assortment of engagement and wedding ring sets at various prices. Hamilton's, 225 S. Jas. SKI.BY—We wish to express our sincer- thanks for HIP beautiful floral of- fi-rlngs. and to all the friends, especially Rev. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scars. Mrs. .1. Stimson and Bert Hancy, for their services so kindly rendered during the recent Illness and death of our beloved father and grandfather. BESSIE SKI.HY. EI.I.SWOKTII SKI.HV and Family. Mil. and MRS. JOHN I'ALMKR and Family. Mil. and MRS. EDWIN KELBY and Family. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Farm Equipment 61 Tne iFs PUMPS-WATER SVSTIMS-HAYTOOLS-OOOB HANGCftS H. SMEDBEKO A SON. CUSTER. Water Systems 61A CUT FI.OWKRS—And funeral work. Tel. £72. Frank Nordlne, 810 E. Ludington Ave. Personals JUST RECEIVED—The new TURBO- LIFT INJECTOR PUMPS. They are a tried pump thai we know will do the Job. No working parts in the well. It lias 19 outstanding features. Sec them at W. E. HEADER & CO. in CUSTER. Specials at the Stores 64 POPEYE JUST RECEIVED AHOVDR.BUGQE; *— sWH A'S VER VJE ATHER. PREDICTION KiOVAJ? DOCTOR BUGGE PREDICTED V^AIR WEATHER ANDTHE HAIL DECESJDED »KJ 5O-POUMD CHUNKS y VASDOC FORGOT VJE ARE IX) NEUTOPI A.VJHERE TV« RAIMBIRO COMTROLSTHE VMEATHER OKJ'A HAIL-STOKJE Children's Flannelette AND COLDER Button on Style with extra pants. Juvenile Prints, Sizes 1-2-3. PENNEY'S BLONDIE DOMTWANTP HELLO-I WANT -/MR BUMSTEAD MYGOODNESS SOME LITTLE GIRL WANTS BUMSTEAD SPEAKING MISTER BUMSTEAD// MR. BABY DUMPLING BUMSTEAO TOMDU THE'PHONE BOCKSTANZ Sportlites By LOUIS SPECIAL—8 ft. Electric refrigerator, $120. Also floor sample, 4, 5 and 6 ft. models at special prices. Grotemat's Wife Saving Station. MEN! <;I-:T VIGOR AT ONCE; NEW Oslrex Tonic Tablets contain general ________ invlRor.-ttors. oyster elements fur vim, | ...,.,„,..,. vigor, pep. Kt-K. $1.00 size, special i o . ! « AN 1 hi) day X!lr. fall, write Salilmark's Pharmacy. Wanted—To Buy TO BUY—Old or disabled horses. Call 165-W or write Bethke Feed Barn. Ludington. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 j Real Estate f OF Relit Apartments and Flats 74 STRAYED—From my farm, Gue.rnsey I hull, one yar old. Finder please notify George lirhon, '•_. ml. W., '-. ml. N. i Victory Townhall. Tel. 8-F-5. j FOR RENT—Furnished apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all conveniences, 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. 643-W. Automotive _-W-%_*^^Xrf-«^V_«*i* / '*_*»*^»,^_l-»X«_^ Automobiles for Sale 11 1939 PLYMOUTH—l-door Deluxe. Heater and extras, 3,000 miles, $200 discount. C'all 7.VJ. Repairing—Service Stations 16 AfKTYI.ENE WEI.DING—By expert methods that stand th- lest of time. Bet- kn Garage, 1102 S. Madison. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 TAKMF.RK ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKKGON HKNDKKING CO. TeL r.cotlville, 129-F-II. HOW ARE YOUR EYES—U they bother, let us show how perfect flttiiiK glasses help. Chlnnery. Scottville. AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—Expert service on any radio. 225 S. James. LinliiiKton. Phone 722 and Scottville. Repairing and Kefinishing 29 FURNITURE—Repaired and refinished. molten rockrrs, legs/ spindles, etc., replaced. We call for and deliver. Also card tables and folding chairs for sale. St. flair Jury, 813 N. Rowc. Phone 787-W. 3-ROOM APT.—With private bath and | 5-room flat, for rent. Inq James St. Several important games are listed in the Big Seven this week, all of which have indirect bearing cm the title. The most important, of course, and the one with the most bearing on the title race, is the Oriole-Viking: tilt at \ Oriole field Friday evening. If j Ludington loses, its chances for j a repeat in the championship | will t;O glimmering out of the window. It still would be possible, of course, for the locals to share a piece of the title but such a comeback v >uld be unlikely. Cheboygan plays at Petoskey and while both teams are virtually eliminated from any share in the pennant, the showing the Chiefs make against the North- men should determine to a certain extent what chances Alpena will have at Cheboygan later in the season. Ludington pins its chances for an undisputed title on the Chiefs. The only other Big Seven Vis" N". i game is at Manistee Friday evening. The Traverse City Tro- 66 FELIX THE CAT Registered U. S. Patent Office Houses for Kent 77 MODERN HOUSES—Tor rent at 509 N. U >we; 206 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Ul.nslead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 \enlngs. 504 E. I.OOMIS—Modern house, newly decorated, for rent. Ini|. G. A. Swanson. Tel. G93. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate II FOU IJAKGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Kcalty Co., Koom 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Employment »^r^v*N^NX^-^^^^r^^%-*v^N^ Itclp Wanted—Female SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two limes for 25 cenls. 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. jans, Ludington's foes one week hence, will journey to the Chippewa city to do battle with Dan- ness men and their clerks ny Smick's boys. The game is '• enjoy the half-holiday significant inasmuch as Lud- week, ington must play tooth of those teams to get to the end of the season and also a defeat by Traverse City would eliminate it from title possibilities. If both Ludington and Alpena should suffer a defeat before the end of the campaign, the Trojans would still grab the title, provided they are victorious in all remaining games, by a slim margin of percentage points. I'M DIZZY !! e>0> AT LEA^T \ \ •SPOOKS!'. MY . ARE ALL <=>HO> \ A DRANK may each Alpena, with at least a share in the title- assured is taking a conference rest this week, entertaining the Soo team on Friday evening. PENTWATER.—A pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Vin- Pentwater Club To Meet Members of the Women's i Literary club will hold their regular weekly meeting on Fri- eent's Catholic church Monday morning, Ot. 23, when Miss Gertrude Wilbur of Findlay, O., became the bride of Herbert McMahon of Pentwater. The ceremony was performed •by Rev. Francis Emmerick at 9 o clock before an altar decorated with lighted tapers and large bouquets of white chrysanthemums. Music for the occasion was furnished by Messrs. Fred, £,0 r r«, y ^"t oa s -n £• Leo and Edward LaPorte, with day afternoon, Oct. 27, with Miss Tv/n«c T.uiin,-, T.nPnrt.P «,. 0 cirii,-,o- n r. 32 EXI'KKIKNCKI) (JIKI..—Or woman wanted for general housework. Inq. Ill Slate St., Scottville. Phone 18. Kr.l.lAIU.K (illtl—Who likes children wanted for general housework. Write giving age and experience. Box 249, laidlnglon. Help Wanted—Male 33 NKJIIT COOK WANTED. I'KTE'S EAT SHOP, Scottville. ^Livestock "Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FKESII COWS—For sale. U. R. Wltte, 1 mi. west Hiverton lownhall. I»IUS—7 weeks old, for sale, also dry wood, (,'has. Gianni, K. 1, Custer or ',i mi. N. of Custer. Merchandise *XXX\^V^-\_»'W'%^»^\X-v-'>rf» < *-*XXN, Articles for Sale 51 BAIJY CARRIAGE—For sale, condition. Phone 2S3-W. in good AT KAKCA1N PRICES— V> ll.p., 110-VOlt. BO-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. I,. Mattlx Store, Scottville. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 DRY IIARUWOOU—For sale, 2 cords, $!>.50; 3 cord load, $7.50. E. E. Olm- Nlead. R. 1, I.uUingtun. Phone 16-F-3. BAY MARE—10 j rs. old, 1,500 Ibs., good worker and brood mare, also pair of yearling colls will swap for anything I can use. Theodore Kraft, 508 N. Rath. Phone 149-W. CABBAGE—And straw. Will swap for young cattle or anything I can use. D. W. Mikulskls, !i ml. N. and 1 ml. E. of Custer. RHODE ISLAND RED PULLETS—Will swap for grain. Hlvervlew llalchery, S. Main SI., Scottville. WILL SWAP—Good work horse or pota- loes for calllc or anything I can use. 1 ml. west of Wiley. Jno. Appleton, R. 2, Scottville. WILL SWAP—Pullets, hay and slraw for anything I can use. Also fat sow for brood sow. Mrs. Anna Wcston, 1 ml. N. of Scottville. WILL SWAP—Good Baldwin wintqr apples for whal have you. C. ,1. Peterson, south end Stale Road bridge. Z LADIES' WINTER COATS—And gasoline stove will swap for vegetables, Bernice Lewis as hostess. : "The World on Wheels" is the program subject with Mrs. James K. Cooper in charge. Honored At Party Master Marshall Simms, Jr., celebrated his 10th birthday anniversary on Wednesday afternoon when his grandmother, Mrs. James Lovett, entertained 30 of his friends with a party at their home to honor the occasion. Various games were played after which delicious refreshments, including three birthday cakes, were served to Marshall and his guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Pool, worthy patron and worthy matron of Oceana chapter, Order of Eastern Star, together with eight members of the local chapter, at- uouiiry or fruit. Mrs. Amu Erndtcman! i tended the bi-annual meeting of -«. 0 «„-,„... » the Muskegon District assoc - ia _ f ion, o. E. S., held at Montague 806 S. Madison SI. 1934 DODGE TRUCK—Will swap for team of horses, also cabbage will swap for anything I ean use. Saiu.Lil'imia, 1 mi. W. of Fountain. PRATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices. Betlike Feed Burn. Tel. 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 ORDER YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Red & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. Hansen, v, ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ludington. CABBAGE—carrots, potatoes for sale, 50c a uu. Dell Reed, % ml. W. of Scott^ vllle. opp. uus OilJJUtlon. Household Goods 59 BARGAIN PRICES—on good ttJed gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric "" stoves, t. Mattlx ranges, gasoline Store, Scottville. CIRCULATORS - Special ""'""•« to closeout on Tallman Visitors at the James Goodman home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. C. Verplank, Sam Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Benson. John Thorne and party of friends of Ludington spent Sunday at the Eric Thorne home. Roy Gant spent last week-end at his home with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bockstanz Jr. of Scottville spent Sunday at the Louis Bockstanz Sr. home. Freesoil' Henry Grinnell left Freesoil Wednesday! morning for Saginaw where he expects to be employed. John Bennett of tho Pickerel Lake Fox ranch is having Tils ^residence repainted. William Hagstrom is doing the In a South American city thei;e is a clock in the form of a searchlight, in revolving the light falls on a different landmark every hour. A $10,000 trust fund for a cat tic design, was $88, now I berg & Son, Custer. . H. I set up in a woman's will £ I 'been held void by a San judge. has Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sayers and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dodson and children have returned from they gone Ladysmith, Wis., where were guests of relatives. Mrs. Lelia Hawkins has to Muskegon where she will spend the winter with her sister Mrs. Frank Freeland. Mrs. Alta Jensen and daughter, Joyce, spent several days last week in Tawas City as guests Miss Lillian LaPorte presiding at the organ. The bride was lovely in an nsemble of brown Shetland wool with hat and accessories to match. Her flowers were a shoulder bouquet of Talisman roses and baby in shades of pink. ton. Mr. and Mrs. William Eastman of Gary, Ind., were recent weekend guests of Mr. Eastman's father, P. F. Eastman. Mrs. Manie Hannah was a Saturday overnight guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harold'Pedersen and family in Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knowles and son, Freddie, of Scottville, were Sulnday luncheon and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harley entertained at dinner Sunday, Oct. 20. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Marble Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harley and daughter, Mrs. Manie Hannah and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hannah and son, Keith Dale. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bardwell of Grand Rapids were recent visitors of Mrs. Bardwell's mother, Mrs. Alice Welch, at the Peter Eastman home. / Mr. and Mrs. William Ball of Ludington were recent Sunday guests at the Peter Eastman home. Martin Schwass, manager of the Mason County Co-Operative association, is spending a few days this week in Chicago. He, with other county co-operative THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME Frances Stewart, niece of the bridegroom, who Wore a suit of black wool with matching accessories and shoulder bouquet of roses and baby mums in orchid shades. Mr. McMahon was attended by his nephew, James Stewart. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to members of the bridal party, relatives and intimate friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark McMahon. During the day the bridal couple left on a week's motor trip to points in southern Michigan and Ohio. On their return they will make their home in the Nestell apartment on Hancock street. Mrs. McMahon is the daughter of Mrs. Maude Hunt of Findlay. During the past few years she has practised her profession as registered nurse in Detroit. Mr. McMahon has lived in Pentwater all his life and is now employed at the Frederick dairy in the village. Feed mills as a school ' of instruction. Center Eiverton Mrs. Nettie Ossenrneimer of of their aunt, Mrs. Jessie Taylor I °ekonsha an d Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. McGregor 1 omic "" 1 T 301 " 1 " ""•* ^«—^— have closed their cottage on Seventh street and departed Monday for their home in West Frankfort, 111. Misses Gladys Lyttle and Sarah Robinson of Detroit spent the past week-end in Pentwater at their cottage on US-31. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marcellus left the first of the week for a motor trip through eastern states, expecting to be gone .for two weeks and during that time visit the New York World's fair. Mrs. Alice Maynard has returned home from Muskegon Heights where she visited at the home pf her grandson, Russell Marsh. Beginning Wednesday Oct 25, Pentwater merchants are closing their stores at 12:30 o 'clock Wednesday afternoon for the fall Leonard Berry and daughter, Mary Margaret, of Mt. Pleasant, came Friday evening, Oct. 20, and spent the week-end and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harmon and family. Honoring their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon entertained at dinner Sunday. Covers were laid for Mrs. Ossemheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Berry and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Conklin, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Child Is Honored on 3rd Birthday MARBLE SCHOOL.—Mrs. William Wemple Jr. entertained at a delightful birthday party Monday afternoon, Oct. 23, honoring the third birthday of her little son, Jerry Lee. The little folks enjoyed several contests in the house, Carol Barrett and Shirley Wemple winning prizes. Later a lovely luncheon was served at a very prettily appointed table, part of the decorations carrying out the Hallowe'en •motif. Nut cups of candy and noisemakers were the favors. A beautiful birthday cake, bearing- three blue candles, was the main feature of the lunch. Children who enjoyed this party were Joyce and Larry Appleton, Carol and Raymond Barrett, Carol and Gary Riley, Darlene Thurow, Shirley and Bobby Wemple and the little honor guest, Jerry Lee Wemple. Mothers who also enjoyed it were Mesdames William Appleton Jr., George Riley, William Thurow, Maurice Barrett, William Wemple Sr., Edward Wemple and* the hostess, Mrs. William Wemple Jr. Jerry Lee received a number of nice birthday gifts. A chicken supper, sponsored m FATHER. 1 FOP. HEAVEN'S SAKES, PICK UP THOSE PAPERS AND BRUSH THE ASHES OFFVOURSEUP! MOTHER} TAKE VOUR SEWIN6 OFF THE RADIO! JUNIOR! <5ET THOSE SKATES OUT OP HERE • DO YOU V/ANT HIM TO THINK VJE LIVE IN A PIG-PEN ? THAN*. TO MRS LEROV VtfORTHINQTON, Ralph Kendall, sdn, Lee William, and daughter, Eva Jean; Maurice Wilson and members of the Harmon family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCumber and son, Johnny and Dennis Robinson spent Sunday, Oct. 22, in Carr Settlement. Mrs. Orpha Schwass, Mrs. Jennie Schwass and Ruth and Phillip Schwass visited Sunday evening with their aunt, Mrs. J. father, Albert Thomas, and her brother, Earl ' Thomas, and family. Mrs. William Appleton and her sister, Mrs. Elmer Foster of Iron Mountain, were dinner guests Friday, Oct. 20, of Mr. and Mrs. W. Appleton Jr. and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Riley and fami- i ly were Mr. and Mrs. John Allison and daughter, Audrey and Dick Wicklund, all of South'' Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Allison of Scotlville and son, Jimmie, were afternoon callers. Mrs. Mary Astra spent several days last week in Kalkaska •where her grandson, Alfred Payne, is an enrollee in a CCC camp. Ske also spent sometime visiting friends. \ Mrs. Frank Stone accompanied Rev. and Mrs. E. F. 1 Rhoades to Reed City Friday, Oct. 20, where they spent the day attending a church meeting. Is Guest of Honor at Stork Shower of of by .the Ladies' Aid society Grace Evangelical church Scottville, will be served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone Thursday evening, Nov. 2. William Appleton Sr. lost a two-year-old colt Monday morning, Oct. 23. George Adams of Detroit called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone Saturday, Oct. 23. _. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Humph- come the mother of a son] she rev of Chicago were recent week- may be divorced, the tribe con- Miss Doris Lannon is employed at Barothy Lodge at Walhalla for a few days. Mrs. W. Appleton Jr., Mrs. W. Wemple Jr. and Mrs. Edward Wemple and their children and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kaminski attended the furniture sale held at Branch Thursday, Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. W. Thurow Jr. and children were supper guests at the William-Edward Wemple home Monday evening, Oct. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payne and family and Mrs. Mary Astra scent ^Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Hirner of Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Allison and little daughter, Adriene, were Monday evening callers at the George Riley home. FREESOIL.—A pleasant afternoon was spent with Mrs. Cecil Lydic Tuesday when a group of her friends gathered to compliment her with a stork shower. The afternoon was spent visiting and telling fortunes. A collective gift was oresent- ed to the honoree and a delightful luncheon was enjoyed. Among those present were Mesdames Celia Hagstrom, Will Chopson, Robert Bennett, Ross Bennett and son, Sidney_Vanderpool, Douglas Heckman and the honoree, Mrs. Lydic. Pleasantly Entertained Mesdames Ross and Robert Bennett, Douglas Heckman and Vance Rosenow of Freesoil, Mesdames Stanley Robinspn of Walhalla and William Dodge of Tallman were pleasantly entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Bennett in Scottville. Pinochle was enjoyed and a Among Custer the South Custer friends of the William B. Calkins family who were in attendance at their golden wedding celebra/- tion held at Amber hall Saturday, Oct. 21, were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wood, Mrs. George Turner, Mrs. Clinton Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. 5 George All, Mrs. Bertha McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. John Allison, Mr. and Mrs. William Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. William Standish and daughter, iva; Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Martin, Mrs. Emma Wood' and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson, daughter, Catherine, and their little granddaughter from Fern. Mrs. George Turner has rfe- ceived word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Nial Resseguie of Flint on Saturday morning, Oct. 21. The baby has been named Carrie Laura. Mr. Resseguie is a nephew of Mrs. Turner. Gerald McCormick and Beatrice Kloppenstein of Fountain were guests Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at the Lyle Reene home. Miss Alice Wing of Custer, MiS£ Ruth Olsen of Ludington, Arthur Adcock and Clarence Schweitzer motored to,Hastings Saturday i > * J " '4 If a Moorish wife does not be- anrl mrlnra- mnnfVT VvT 4. v. . r -r ~"*"6 "•"" ««•« «uuu, ivna. u. *o.y ui vyiuuagu WCIB icueui weeK- may D6 divorced, me triDe ( ana winter months that busi- H. Oamertsfelder, of West River- end.guests of Mrs. Humphrey'ssenting, and can marry again. by the hostess. , Mrs. Bennett was presented with several lovely gifts. ' Mrs. Irving Howejl of Meade township_is employed._ at the and this morning for a few days' visit with their son, Julian, and family, of Cincinnati, O. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Smith and daughter, Carol, of Victory, were Wednesday visitors at the William Tobey store. Mr. Mrs. William Tobey left Carl Lucker' home. Freesoil friends are glad to hear that Mrs. Rholette Eddy, who has been seriouslv ill at the home of her son, Frank, Is steadily improving. of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond leski. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lange of Ludington were guests Saturday, evening, Oct. 21, at the Hanna- Moore home. • Mr. and Mrs. August Bertram and daughter, Marguerite, were ' guests Sunday of the John Wag-- > ner family. * Mrs. Joe Louiser and Jimmie /; McDonald Jr. pf Pentwater, also * Mrs. B, Neilan , <nmsts at the William, home, Mrs. Eli;?abeth Popp 1 ,," turned to her JJQm ton after spendin^ weeks with her daughfe James McMaster, Sun .i..

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