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Ludington, Michigan
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Wednesday, November 1, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE Today Is November...A Want Ad Will Sell Your Poultry PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 f .72 One day, 3 lines .36 .30 Advertising ordered Tor irregular insertions takes the one time insertion rale; no ad taken for lcs« 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 rate 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 rcjeet any Classified advertising copy. YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY—About the heat in your home when you have an ESTATE OIL HEATROLA. 11 Is automatic with a remote control. Just, put in the oil and set the temperature that you wish, that is nil. So^ it at W. E. READER & CO., CUSTER. USED COAL CIRCULATORS—Coal ran- ,gies and oil burners at bargain prices. H. Smcdbcrg & Co.. Custcr. Farm Equipment 61 rie P3© < PUMPS-WATER SYSTEMS -HAYTOOLS -DOOR HANOERS B. BMEDBERO A SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores 64 SPECIAL—8 ft. Electric refrigerator, $120. Also floor sample, 4, 5 and 6 ft. models at special prices. Grotemat's Wife Saving Station. Wanted—To Buy 6G Rate per line for white space same as a i'"e of copy. NOTICE—We pay the highest prices for is the | benns. BRODY BROS. Tel. 510. REDUCED PRICES on Ladies' Novelty SHOES 97c to $1,98 PENNEY'S POPEYE Registered U. S. Patent Off'ce Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 WANTED TO BUY—Old or disabled horses. Call 165-W or write Bethke Feed Barn, Ltidington. CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordlnc, 810 E. Ludlngton Ave. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 CHILD'S BROWN LEATHER—Purse, lost j nr:ir Community church. Finder please r.turii to News office. Reward. CLASSES—Lost Friday evening at Oriole I field. Leave at Daily News or Phone 29. Reward. •I HEIFERS—Strayed to my enclosure. Owner may have by identifying and paying for ad. Chas. Bailey, Tall man. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 OI.nSMOBII.E—1931 2-door trunk sedan, heater, tires Rood, has had excellent care. Tel. 889-W. MODERN 4-ROOM—Furnished, heated apartment, large living room, fireplace, Raragc at 409 N. Rath. Call 2nd door north. TO TIKE TRIP TO FOQTBflLL POPEVE,PLEASE DO WOT E CASTLE, VJE. *JILL LOSE OUR JOBS AS SOLDIERS BLONDIE JDS'..'. N. GAYLORI) AVE.—Modern unfurnished, heated apartment. Pleasant location. Inquire same address. I-OK SALE—1939 Buick 4-door town sedan: 1937 liuick 4-door sedan; 1936 Buick coup-; 1938 Chevrolet Master Urluxc town sedan; 1938 Chevrolet st;m;l;ird" sedan; 1935 LaSalli- 4-door touring sedan. Ludinglon Auto Sales. Plump COO. 3-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT— Ilrat and hot water furnished. Inq. Lagesen's Bakery, 605 S. Washington. Houses for Rent 77 MODERN HOUSES— for rent at 509 N. R->we; 206 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Ui.nstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 uenlngs. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R FOR REAL ESTATE BARGAINS—City homes, lots or farms. Sec A. T. Benson. Nal'1 Bank Bldg. Buildings for Sale 84A I-OR SALE OR TRADK- Furd Pickup. Very low milt-age. Must lir Mild this week. In<|. 510 N. Main St.. Srottville. . Repairing—Service Stations 16 j AfTO REPAIRS—And acetylene weld-i I UK and the job Is always done right.! itrlk.i Garage. 1102 S. Madison St. | Business Service Business Services Offered 18 BARN— 50'xfi.V FOR SALE Frank Eddy, Frcesoil. Phone ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKEGON RENDERING CO. Tel. bcotlvlllf, 129-F-I1. YOU CAN NKVER WORK YOUR BEST —If you suffer ryestr.-iin. Come in and talk It over. Chlnnery. Scoltvillc. 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. Employment V/N I XN^V^^^>--^-»-^V*W^^NXVX I '^"^' help Wanted—Female 32 <;IKI, WANTED—For general housework. Ini|. 301 N. Ferry. Business Opportunities 38 HAY BALER—Will swap for hay. Gco. Sterns, R. 3, Ludington. Phone 12- K-3I. WILL SWAP—Corn for livestock or anything 1 can use. Helge Johnson. ",i mi. S. Amber Corners. 6-WEEK-OLl) P1CJS—Will swap for anything I can use. Ellis Hanson, 2(.i mi. W. Wiley's Store. STORK AND FILLING STATION—Finest location on (JS-31. Owner leaving state. A rral opportunity for Immediate .sale. Home Realty Co., llm. 8, Nat'I of Ludlngton Bldg. Livestock 'llorsesTcattle, Vehicles ROUND OAK HEATER—In good condition, will swap for anything I can use. Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Route 1, Cus- tcr. Fern 48 LITTLE PI<;S—For sale. N. A. Hannah, 2'-.. mis. S., I mi. 1C. and <•. mi. S. of Custcr. CiOOP MILK COW—For sale. Also P. & o. riding plow. Lz (Jamortsfclder. 1 ml. W.. 1 mi. N. Rlverton townhall. Poultry and Supplies 49 Many Variations Many variations in climate arc evidenced at Fern. Thursday, Oct. 25, was a day of autumn's golden beneficence and i beauty. The exuberant choruses of the birds denoted the warm personal note God has given nature. C. Gawther, who resides on the McClure pioneer farm, discovered an Manistee Raised by Group of Volunteers' Through efforts of a number ' of volunteers, sufficient funds l had been raised today to insure j sending Ludington high school 1 band to Manistee Nov. 10 for the Oriole-Chippewa football game there that night. Mrs. J. F. Buck, president of the Music Sponsors' club of Ludington high school, reported that the volunteers had turned over in excess of $60 to her to date, to be used in defraying expense of the Manistee trip. It was originally intended, she said, to send the band both to Traverse City and Manistee but the Tiaverse trip was abandoned. The Manistee trip, requiring about $50, is now assured, she explained. Balance of available funds will be used for needed band equipment. "The people who raised the j funds for the Manistee trip just took it upon themselves as an expression of interest in the band," Mrs. Buck said. "Like the rest of us, they are proud of the band and were anxious to have it accompany the football team on at least one of the out-of- town trips. The Music Sponsors' club is very grateful to these persons ,and donors .for., their., interest. THE MARKETS (Additional Markets on Page 3) LOCAL, manners Light red kidney beans $3.50 Dark red kidney beans $3.75 Dark cranberry beans $1.75 Light cranberry beans $2.25 White pra beans $2.4(1 Yelloweyc beans $2.50 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9c Heuvy hens 12c Plymouth ttock springers. under <1 Ibs. 12c Colored springers, 4 Ibs. and up lOc Grain Shelled corn, bu 56c Oats, bu 35c Wheat, bu 7Sc Produce Eggs 27c Hides Beef, Ita 60 Horse, per hide $3.5U DOM'T SEE WWY YOU WOMT RAISE A MUSTACHE/ OTHER WIVES LET THEIR HUSBANDS HAVE THEM Registered U. S. Patent Office ILL LET YOU MUSTACHE IF YOU ME DYE MV HAIR OAWGOHIMir/ ALWAYS ONE JUMP AHEAD OF ME FELIX THE CAT Registered U. S. Patent Office ISO LKCIinitN PULLETS—For , sale. All No. I. Will be laying soon. Don Fisher, Ciislrr. Merchandise VN»Xf%X>i* ^^%-^-x^-s^v-^NXVXNi Articles for Sale 51 KOK SALK—A number of gasoline en- gin' washers, also heating stoves. LiiwriMiru Maitix, Scottville. MSH I tut SHANTY— Medium size, for sale. . 303',.. Sixth St. after 5 p. m. Tel. Saplnaw Beans (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) SAOINAW. Mich.. Nov. 1.—<#•)—Michigan Beun Shippers' Association Wednesday prices: Handpicked p-:a beans, per cwt.. 2.40; handpicked red kidneys, light, 3.50; dark. 3.75; handpicked yel- nnnlp trep in full' losvcyes, 2.50; handpicked choice ro- cipjjie net, 111 luii i . • . „_„.,,„,...,„,= iio-ht. •> U. S. No. 1, cotton sacks unwashed, 1.60; burlap sacks washed, few sales, 1.80; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, burlap sacks unwashed, 2; Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1, cotton sacks unwashed, few sales, 1.50-.60; Minnesota Red River Valley section Cobblers U. 3. Commercials, 1.10; North Dakota Red River Valley section Cobbler, 90 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.05-.15; washed, 1.22',ii; Bliss Triumphs, 85-to 00 percent U. S. No. 1, 3.05-.25; Wisconsin Round Whites, 0. S. Comnurciiils, .95. Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO. Nov. 1.—(A')— Butter—Receipts 674,429; market steady; 90 score centralized cnrlots, 26%-27; other prices unchanged. (Eggs—Receipts 2,882; market firm; refrigerator extras, 17 1 .-.; standards. 17'.,; lirsto, IB 1 ,..; other prices unchanged. Chicago Poultry (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 1.—(/!')—Poultry—Receipts live, 2 cars, 31 trucks; market , . steady; hen turkeys. 10 1 ,;.; other prices JOyea unchanged. Dcnton Harbor Produce (Quotations in Cents) BENTON HAF.BOR, Mich., Nov. 1.— (A'i —Prices paid 011 the fruit market here Tuesday for 5.710 packages were: Apples—Bushels. No. 1, 2'/a in., Delicious, 65-90; Baldwins, 45-50; Winter Br.muias, 50; Staymans, 55-65; Golden Delicious. 60-G5' 2'.i in., Jonathans, 7085; Wincsaps, 50; Grimes Golden. 50-55. Pears—Bushels. Kleffers, mostly, 4050: best, 55; poorer lower. Cider—Gal. jugs, 20-22. and Bertha Kolsum. . Miss Clark treated the pupils to several varieties of candy and games were played. Songs were sung from the group learned for the regular music unit selected from new, individual song books, recently received, fr.ojtn...Eastern publishers." * " ' Contest prizes were awarded. Reta Brown Hostess at Hallowe'en Party OLD FREESOIL.—Miss Reta Brown entertained a group of friends at a Hallowe'en party LSwnday evening, Oct. 29, at the 1 home of her parents. Games and contests were en- and candy, popcorn and apples were served. Present were Marion Lewis of Manistee, Florian, Cecila, Lucille and Violet Lijewski, Betty and Marie Wojciechowski, Frank and Helen Lach, Rosemarie Newman and Norman Bittel. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME bloom in his orchard and a large red rose adorning a rosebush. Before the last rays of Thurs- | , cmnberrle-.Ught. 2.25; dark, 1.75. Detroit Produce (Quctnlions in Dollars and Cents) , , . , , -, , ,,„„,, „« i DETROIT. Mich.. Nov. l.-(XP)—(Unit- day S SUllset had faded, Sneelb OI I rri stntts Department of Agriculture.)— lightning, like Signal fires, dart- j Apples—Michigan bu. baskets and bu. oH in iiifpi-uoiiinrr «na^ps nn t.he boxes U. S. No. 1. 2\ 2 RIFLES—FOR SALE: 3 DEER RIFLES, 3 SHOTGUNS, 3 .22 RIFLES. SEE BOB AT KISTLER'S SHELL STATION, U MI. SOUTH LUUINGTON. I'OR GIFTS OR PERSONAL USE—We offer a complete line nf lockets, cross:s and chains. Hamilton's, 225 S. Jas. Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES—Carrots, cabbage for sale. Stic a bu. Dell Reed. Hi mi. W. of Scottville. Across from Gust's Gas Station. lill'E IIUBBARD SQUASH—For sale by (he pound or ton. Frank Barclay. Tel. 126-F-H, Scottville. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5ti I'llY HARDWOOD—For sale. $2.50 a cord. Will also take orders for kindling. W. A. Genson. Phone 343-J. ed in intervening spaces on the western horizon. This was climaxed by the electric storm accompanied by hail which swept over the valley Friday morning. Showers of rain, preventing farmers from the fall harvest, continued during the day succeeded by a high wind in which autumn gave winter a rousing welcome. Saturday morning saw the gentle ushering of the season by clouds of snowflakes covering the green verdine of ! the landscape. in. min. Winter Ertiianns. .50-.60; Delicious. .75-1.25; R. I. Greenings, .50; Kings, .50; King Dn- vid!=, .3. r i-.'10; Jonathans. .70-.85; Mcln- tosh. .75-.85; Spys. .75-1.15; Wageners, .''n-.-'jO; Wolf Rivers. .35-.40; 2','., In. min. Jonathans. .50-.75; Snows. .50-.60 Celery—Mich bunches dozens, .40. Onions—50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Mich, yellows, .45-.55; few. .60; Western Sweet Spanish, 3 Inches and larger, .85-.90. Potntoes--100 Ib. sncks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Russ'.-t Burbanks. 1.95-2.10; Mich. Russet Ruruls, 1.25-1.35; Chlppewns, 1.35-1.50; Maine Chlppowns. 2-2.10; 15 Ib. paper sncks Maine U. S. No. 1 Chip- Mrs. Laurence Scottville was a Rasmussen of guest of Mrs. PRATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices. Bcthkc Feed Barn. Tel. 1G5-W, Cora Everson, Thursday, Oct. 26. Guests at the Frank Roller home are Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Polk, Miss Alice Lewandowski of Indiana Harbor, Ind., • Mrs. Delores Miniuk and daughters, Lorraine and Arlene, of Calumet City, 111. Misses Catherine Ott, Isa Selby and Catherine the Teachers' . Institute Grand Rapids last week. Good Things to Eat ORDF.K YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Stafhs, Red & Golden Delicious, Wagnors, . Spies. Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. Hanscn. y, ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ludington. Household Goods 59 DID YOU KNOW—That you can get a new DEXTER WASHER for as low as $39.90. Let UK explain their fine features, w. E. READER & CO. in CUSTER. STOVB—4 burner gasoline stove, oven & broiler. A-l condition. Inq. 601 S. Madison, TIIK BEST PLACE—TO buy'used new furniture, stoves and heaters Is at BOB'S New »md used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. pewns Green Mts. Ida. 10 Ib. cotton No. 1, .22-.23. and Kntahdlns. .35: sacks Russets U. S. Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT. Nov. • 1.—WP)—Cattle—Receipts 500; market steady. Good to choice yearling, 9.75-10.75; fair to good yearlings. 8.50-9.50; good to choice heavy steers. 9.50-10.50; fair to stood heavy steers. 8.50-9.50; common butcher cnlUe. 5-'i; dinner and cutter cows. 3.25•1.50; best butcher and heavy bologna bulls, 6.75-725; milkers nnd springers. 50-75. Calves—Receipts 400; market steady. Best calves. 12-.50: fair to good, 10-11.50; seconds. 8.50-9.50; culls and common, 4-8.50. «m" ' ~ Vi ~ /i~2] I Sheep and lambs—Receipts 2.500; Wilson attended mnr kct 25 qpnts nlsther. Best lambs, 9.75; at henvy fat sheep, 2.50-3. Change Announced in Management G. VonGlahn Home Scene of Meeting F,rank L. Birke of Hart, proprietor of Birke's Shoe store, 117 South James street, announced recently that C. W. Wing of Hart had replaced Jay Vegter as man- called to order by the president, EAST RIVERTON. — The October meeting of the Riverton Community Farm bureau was held Wednesday evening, Oct. 25, at the Gus VonGlahn home in West Riverton, with a small attendance. The meeting was ager. Mr. Vegter has managed the Ludington store since its opening in September. Mr. Wing, who began hit- duties Monday, has had long and comprehensive training and experience in shoe merchandising. Pie is married and expects to move his family to Ludington this week. Mr. Vegter left for Muskegon after accepting a position at one Brnwn of the leading department stores •• D1UW11 in that city, where he had previously been employed. Gus VonGlahn, and community singing was enjoyed. Minutes were read and the 1 following officers were elected at the September meeting: President, Gus VonGlahn; vice president, Mrs. Albert Langfeldt; secretary, Mrs. Estel Brown; discussion leader, Mrs. Ernest Schwass; recreational leader, Mrs. Orvan I Saxton and publicity, Mrs. Estel is RICH-OLD \ OIL IS OUT 60 6UCKS ) AMD IT'S CARD-TRICKS [ THAT NITWIT WANTS TO SHOW HIM! GlU'S LIABLE TO PASTE HHA ONE-AM' I HQPB HE DOBS' ACE OF SPADES- RK5KT? NOW TAtfJ= .ANOTHER.. CARD-ANY CARD AT ALL-DON'T LET ME SEE IT- GO AHEAD-TAKE KNEW THIS 3 COMING- 3 INCITED THAT PEST, ANYHOW?/- CUT OUT STUFP AM' DEAL HOLDING OP THE HEAVV POKER GAME FORA LITTLE AMATEUR. MAGIC - THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME-— King Feature* Syndicate, Inc., World right* ruerveil Old Freesoil Program Given A capacity crowd was present Friday evening, Oct. 27, to enjoy the Hallowe'en program given by the pupils of Old Freesoil school. The program consisted of songs, plays and recitations by the pupils and guitar music by the Manistee trio, also comic songs with guitar accompaniment by Harold Derby. A neat sum was realized by the sale of ice cream, candy and popcorn after the program. The Kamaloski family plan to I move from the Old Freesoil ana ! neighborhood to the Anderson farm iri,,the Ayres district, some time 1 thjg week. Orvan Saxton was appointed delegate to the Michigan Farm bureau at Lansing on Nov. 8, 9 and 10, and Jerry Suschil was chosen as alternate delegate. Orvan Saxton was elected to act as a reoresentative from River- Dr. E. J. Andersen, local den- ton ° n "the county board of di- Dr. Andersen Moves to New Residence tist whose offices formerly were in the Wangen building, moved today to the building recently purchased by him at 125 North James street, formerly the G. O. Switzer residence. Offices in the south half of the building, formerly used by Dr. Switzer, were redecorated and are now occupied by Dr. Andersen. Dr. B. Doll, chiropractor, oc- offices in the north por- henvy Hogs—Rpc°lpts 1,000; market prospects steady to 10 cents higher. Previous, 7.00 for 200-220 Ib. hogs downward to 5.75 for roughs. • Detroit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 1.—(/P)—Poultry— uupico uiiitco 111 uiio Market stend. Hens, 5 Ibs. up. 16; under ] tlOn Of the building. 5 Ibs., 13; leghorn hens, 3 Itas. up, 11; cocks, 8 and 10; Rook 'springers, 15; colored rpringers, 13; leghorn springers, 12; hen turkeys. 10 Ibs. up, 19; torn turkeys, IS Ibs. up, 17; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 12; geese, 13; rabbits. 9. Detroit Dairy (Quotations In Cents^ DETROIT, Nov. 1.— (IP) —Butter—Best creamery In tubs, 26\v-27\-i. Eggs—Current receipts, 21; dirties, 16; checks, 15. Chicago Potatoes (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO, 111., Nov.-.1.—VP)—(United States Department of Agriculture.)— Potatoes—Receipts 106, on track 281, total U. S. shipments 498; market steady; i Supplies liberal, demand fair; Backed Swick, ,_ per cwt. id^BuMet Burbwia u. s. Thomas, , Pat "Cunningham;-Ed- N °' ' miss T Ti? 1 mphB,85 2l to 90 percent wina Thomas, Adella Willavage Entertains at Hallowe'en Party MILLERTON SCHOOL.—Miss Winifred Clark entertained at a surprise Hallowe'en party on Monday afternoon, Oct. 30. Those present at the delightful affair were Billy Swick, Thomas Roach, Robert Knowles, Fred Thomas, David Roach, Martha i Thomas, Pat JColsum, rectors. The topic for the evening was "What's Wrong with Agriculture?" A lively recreational period was led by Mrs. Orvan Saxton. A plate luncheon was served by Mrs. Gus VonGlahn, assisted toy her daughters. The November meeting of the bureau will toe held at the A. J. Langfeldt home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. James Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Orvan Saxton, Mr. and Mrs. Estel Brown, Mrs. Ernest Schwass, Mrs. Martin Schwass and daughter, Ruth Arlene, and Mr. and Mrs. Gus VonGlahn and family. Preesftii Steven Knizacky is visiting in Chicago. Sidney Vanderpool has purchased a new car. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lydic are the proud parents of an infant daughter born Monday evening, Oct. 30, at the Mercy hos- pital in Manistee. Leslie Gonklin of Bear Lake was a Freesoil visitor. Sunday, Oct. 29. Mrs. Robert Bennett was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday evening for an operation. Mrs. Stanley Robinson and son of Scottville are staying at the Bennett home caring for the children during Mrs. Bennett's illness. Freesoil friends will be glad to know that Mrs. Harry Benson, who has been quite seriously ill during the past few months, is considerably improved. Clifford Tubbs recently purchased several head of cattle. Mrs.'Etta Stephens returnedj|iO Freesoil Tuesday after visiting her sons at Detroit and Eaton Rapids. ' Several Freesoil residents attended the; theatre In Scottville? Monday evening and enjoyed the show sponsored by the Band Mothers club. Fire, Life and Auto Insurance Don't Neglect Your Insurance! If You Are Not Fully Protected, Call or See Me at Once. INSURANCE—ALL LINES Lowest Rates, Unexcelled Service with Prompt and Satisfactory Adjustments. Before renewing your present policy, get my rates. I may be able to save you considerable' money. Automobile Insurance may be had on the Monthly Payment Plan. EMIL NEWBERG Abstract Bldg. Business Phone ZZ INSURANCE AGENCY 120 S. James Street . Residence Pfione 792 CHICAGO'S NEWEST HOTEL OFFERS —Tub Bath or Shower in Every Boom —Free Radio Loud Speaker —Circulating Ice Water GARAGE—With Direct Entrance to Hotel RATES from $3.OO Double $2.00 Single 400 Rooms—Fireproof HARRISON HOTEL HARRISON STREET (Just off Michigan Boulevard) ANDREW C. 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