The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 3, 1939 · Page 7
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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, November 3, 1939
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FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN'; -i*P. People Who Take The Daily News Are Customers Worth Cultivating PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER EXPERIENCED SERVICE STATION /> r < - ERATOK—Wanted. Station completed, equipped. References required, :\»o some cash. Write S., Ilox 71, Liitling- tun. LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines J .81 9 .72 One clay. 3 lines 3G .30 Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time insertion rate; no nd taken for less than basis of Iliree lines. Count six average words to the line. Cliurxe ails will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Daily News Of lice 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 rule earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space Is the I same as ;> .""«• of copy. Announcements In Memoriam I!HASKKUT—In loving memory of our dear Mother and firandmtiUicr, wlio parsed away one year ago today, Nov. !!. lit.m One .year ago since that sad day. Whfti our ue loved was railed awny. II uas Cod's will to take her bom", lint 10 inn hearts she is with us still. 1 Children and Cramlrhildren. Help—Male and Female MEN—Wanted to cut bolts and some to skid. II. W. Potter, 110 Ulalne St., ; Scottville. Situations Wanted—Female 3C HOUSEWORK—Wanted, by day or hour. Call at «(M N. (Jaylord or phone 7-13-M. Situations Wanted COMPETENT COUPLE— Want employment as caretakers. Phone 18-F-23. Business Opportunities STORIC AND KII.LINCJ STATION— Finest location on US-31. Owner leaving state. A real opportunity for immediate sale. Home Really Co., Km. 8, Nat'l Hank of I.udington nidg. Financial MONKY—Loaned to farmers at cost in history of I'CA for purposes. Office hours: Monday and Tuesday lorcnr.oas. (Jrand Rapids rrodnction Credit Ass'n, Oc-ana C'oiin- ly Sv«s. Hank HldR., Jlart. Mich. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 »'1'T FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. H72. Frank Nordlne, 810 K. Ludlngton Ave. Personals .MI:N: WANT VIM? TAKK HAW ovs- 'II K cunri ntrali s and other invlKiir- alois in OSTItKX Lililels, to pep up Mimic body quick! SI.00 si/.e, today If nut delighted with results first p.ickane. maker refunds this price. You clon'l risk a penny. Call, write s.i h (mark's I'liarmaey. ! Livestock "iforsesTcattle, Vehicles TKAM OF I1OKSKS—For sale. Wt. 3.200. Also DoilK'* Tractor and Uhorie Island Red pullets for sale. Albert Nielsrn, 2'i mi. S. of Scottville. 2 JKKSKY C'()\VS—Kor sale, one fresh and other will fr'sheii Nov. 10. fieoree Thril. 2 ml. K. and >:• mi. N. Scottville. Poultry and Supplies :,H LEGHORN PULLETS—For sal". All No. I. Will be laying soon. Don Fisher, ('lister. Merchandise Articles for Sale Automotive j****>^~*^*r-*s*-s*~s****^****-*r*~i~<~r* Automobiles for Sale 11 '.'3Z I>ODi;i:—l-door sedan. A-I condi- ilon. sr;.'>. 111.1:1 Chevrolet coach. A-I condition; I'.i32 Chevrolet coach. A-l cniulil inn. p. F. Schaner, Scottville. FOR SALE—A number of gasoline en- gin- washers, also healing stoves. Lawrence M.ittix, Scottville. RIFLE—For sale. VI Winchester Special Deer Rifle. Inq. C,07 N. Rowe after 5 p. in. or phone 1120-K. Farm and Dairy Products Repairing—Service Stations 16 i -M. ~—____^—_-^———^__—_ i ACIVIN I.CNi: WK.I.DINV.—That's always ' I• K.II anil «e charge no fancy price.! iif-IK.i CaiaRr. no:: S. Madison. | Business Service j Business Services Offered 18 KII'l-T limil.MlU SQCASIl—For sale by the jxnind or ton. Frank Itarrlay. Tel. IZli-K-M. Scottville. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5(! KINDI.INC WOOD—For sale. $:> a cord. Mrs. Joseph Venn. C21 !•'.. Uowland. I'KATT AND DOMINO FKKDS—At rcns- POPEYE Registered U. 8. Pa.tont Offleil f SH-H-H! HE \*> VEBV COLD TOWARD STRAMGE SOMETIMES HIS COL&-NESS BR\KJGS WAK1K1A LOOK AT HIM THE RAMK1SVRD EXPENSKWE RETRIED HIM OKI SHAD ROE ONCE AVJD HE CAUSED A TERRIBLE THUK1DER STORM VJITH VES.VJE GIVE HIM THE PINEST IMPORTED CAVIAR JUST RECEIVED BRUSHED WOOL EXPENSIVE Sweaters In aU the new fall shades. Sizes 32 to 40. PENNEY'S BLONDIE Registered U. S. Patent Office IT'S SO MOT I CAKJ'T IT SORRY DASWOOD. t CANT SIT THERE ANY LONGER Farm Equipment lowest i farnilni; .Take OlX.yojur.--H at ° SMEDBEKfJ * Specials at the Stores SI'Kl'IAI $:iiMM) trade-in on any square lull Maytag toward a ti'W model 32 a;;. Complete siMM'vici! on any washer. f;r<plcmat's Wife Saving Station. Wanted—To Buy NOTICE—We pay the highest prices for hen us. HRODY BROS. Tel. 510. FELIX THE CAT R"p<steref» TT. S. Patent Office Real Estate Apartments and Flats AH». JO<=>T THE THING TO \ <=>TILU THINK IT^> ONLY SOME <=.ILLV LARGE APARTM'KNT—For mil., very reasonable and in downtown location. Inq. at Reliable Tire and Accessory Co.. S. Harrison. COOLO GOT N. ROBERT — 4-room furnished IH with hath. '1VI. <i:v;-R. 2ll!( I'.. MKI.KNUY — S-room unfurnished downstairs flat for rent. Inq. same address. APARTMENT— furnished. Inq. S. Washington. 3-ROOM FURNISHED II at and hot water Lages^n's Hakery, BU. Houses for Rent ItADHiS KKI'Al •|:D--\ny make, reas- } onahlt- pilrrs, »\pcrl service. Martin I.mid .It. I'hoii, 3S-F-2. onable prices, llelhke IB.I-W. Feed H.irn. Tel. MODERN IIOl'SFS—For rent at 20G N. William; U05 N. Roherl; 7(i:i N. Rath Olmstiad A: Netvb.rg. Phone 22 or cvrnings. Real Estate for Sale Good Things to Eat Brokers in Real Estate mov... rSZ^^K^fc^™-™ F »« s ^ 1 '- R - sI5 r,»«" l 2r <-»;;;;• ,^vnK > ,V"M. I>HlING Cl> ' Tel -! s:" f SuV;:;n-s ( ,'oVn^.H;, ln i:udinU:n: jJiOK UF.Al. . KSTA'i'E HAHOAINS—City i homes, lots or farms. See A. T. l$en' son. Nul'l li.illk lilcli;. YOU CAN NE\EH WORK YOUR BEST — If >oii suffer i•\estrain. Come in and t.ilL it oxer, Cliiiinrry, Scottville. DyeiiiR, Renovating 20 GET YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks. Red & Goldi-n Dolieious. WaEiicr*. Spies. Winter I<ananas and Baldwins. John M. V Haiism. t. 1 . mi. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, LiidiiiKton. Farms and Land for Sale 83 I 1 MCE II) ACRE .-.••KM—For sale, 3 mi. i E. of LuOiiiKton on US-It), has house ! and barn. Call at 'lOTi S. .Madison or | phone ISI-M. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this colnir. n will lie published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must hear 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. i Smith home, spent last end in Crystal Valley. i Miss Elsie Porter of Kalamazoo called on Mrs. Emma Hanna Sunday, Oct. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Solo Sorrell of Muskegon were last week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Dawson. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME MEN'S sl'ITS—llry c lean"d and pressed; plain drrs>cs. lite. l,mlim;t<jn Dry cleaners, .lames and Foster Sts. Dressmaking and Millinery 21 IIKMSTITCIIINO—Slaniped goods, children's dresses, suits, floss & yarn. Needlework Shop, 211 S. .lames St. Household Goods 59 Houses for Sale 84 SPECIAL OIL BURNER BARGAIN— l!O8-:i!l Model, brand new Duo-Therm. Was $«!).. r .O, now S72.MI: !).:n. r > cu. ft. liiatinu capaeitv. beautiful finish with rxlra larne IX" burner. II. Smedberg & Son. Custer. FOR SALE—Beautiful modern home in Scullville. good location, fine condi- , lion. Address L, Box 71, c, o News. LARGE APARTMENT—For rent, very DODGE MOTOR—Or electric radio will swap for a Winchargur. L. Kolberg, 2 mis. E., l'i; mi. N. Scottville. 2 house. 1 N. Menninger school. Buildings for Sale 84A Employment 1 _^sx^-*"^^^-'^^^-'^^ N -^-*^ /Sta '^-^^'^^ help Wanted—Female 32 l.IRL OR WOMAN—Wanted for general housework. Please write Box 188, stal- 1111; age. i x|i.'iienee. etc. WANTED—Girl or woman for general housework. Small family with child, t'niisiial tip 1 nlng for intelligent and experienced person, flood pay. Write age and previous experience. All in- lorinatidii In Id slriclly confidential. Address .M. I!.. Box 71. r o News. SEE OUR LINE—Of Quaker and Con- Koleum Migs. gav new patterns that. : will make the room much brighter. I We have them at very reasonable ; prices. W. E. READER * CO., ill CMS- | TITS. | SAVE ON FUEL BILLS—The Estate Oil ! lleatrola with its super-efficient, double j chamber bowl burner and exclusive j Inlensi-Fire Duet, gets the most out \ of less fuel. See them at W. E. READER & CO. in CUSTER. BARN—50'xG.V FOR SALE Frank Eddy, Freesoil. Phone 28. GASOLINE STOVE—1-burner cabinet type, table top. will swap for hay, potatoes or anything I can lists Mrs-. Frank Budreaii. 802 Sixth St. Tel. 112!l. Wanted—Real Estate 8!) HOUSE—Wanted to buy a small housi- in Scoltville. Address M, Box 71, c/o Ni'jvs. MODEL A SPORT KOAlisTER—In good condition, will swap for grain or anything else I can use. Ranold Thurow, 3'.; mi. S., 1 mi. W. of Scotlville. NANNY GOAT—Giving milk; also cream separator in good condition, will swap for chickens, potatoes or anything I can use. M. Smith, 603 E. Melendy. Help Wanted—Male BAKER'S HELPER—Wanted. One v.ants lo liarn a trade. Must be hi vrs. of age. Apply Blue Bakery. 33 who over Rilihon DEAR'S SUPPLY—Oxydol Iree with I'caulifiil Easy Washers, now on display. II. Smedherg & Son, Custer. Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds GO Button School Entertained at Dinner Mrs. Wesley Hawley entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Thursday evening, Nov. 2, honoring Miss Mary Jane Towns i and John Chippi of Detroit. SFF. oiut i.iNK-or westciox clocks. The Latcr in the evening they were guests of Miss Bernice Fitch at the Lyric theater. . latvst models and various colors. Hamilton's, 223 S. James Street. XES SIR. \ IT W/U.IJ' I LUDIN6TON AUTO SALES* AMD THEIR WOMUrRFt/i. USED CAR VAL.UU'3 I'D NEVEW W. ABLE TO OWN SUCH A FINE AUTOMOBILE. ( HAVIN /*"<• -TROUBLE,/ V I BUDDIE ?[ VA60TTA JACK ? . J5> SURE, BUT WHY DON'T ^OU JUST GIVE HER A LITTLE BOOST AND LET HER GET UP BY HERSELF; < TRACTOR—10-20 McConnick Derring, coiniilcU'ly overhauled, new sleeves. Mrs. E. M. Stephens Returns trom Trip FREESOIL.—Mrs. E. M. Stephens returned Tuesday from spending 10 days with relatives ! in Detroit, Royal Oak, and En.ton Rapids. While in Detroit, Mrs. Ste- p'.iens, who had been appointed delegate from Freesoil, was priv- i ileged to attend the Thursday I afternoon, session of the state Woman's Christian Temperance Union convention, held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of last week at the Woodward Avenue Baptist church in Detroit, It was an inspirational session which opened with singing and was followed by a memorial sym- wiii swap'ror cows or_ young stock and i posium honoring the life and hay. Also 40 ft. 8" galvanized, pip swap for silo filler or 7" pipes. A. Kis- S'.'ll, R. 2, Custer. 1 mi. E. Marble school. WILL SWAP—Good K"">y mare, wt. 1.500. for hay. straw, grain, cows, fat hogs or anything 1 can use. Paul Listing. R. 1, 'Scottville. 11 ACRES OF BEAN PODS—In a stack, just threshed. Will swap for what, have you. C. F. Knudsen, 3!<j mi. S. of Glister, Route 2. 1937 Buick 4-Door Sedan Deluxe Equipped. Excellent condition. Good for many more miles of carefree motoring. 19.19 Dodge Luxury Liner 2-Door Sedan. Only 9,000 actual miles. 1933 Chevrolet Convertible. Body and Motor First Class. Finish and Upholstery perfect. Dandy Car. 1937 Buick Special 4-Door Touring Sedan. Low mileage. This car is in exceptionally fine condition. 1938 Chevrolet Standard 2-Door Sedan with Trunk, Radio and Heater. A Real Buy. 1937 Pontiac Deluxe Coupe. Radio and heater. This car has just been completely reconditioned. 1938 Chevrolet Coupe Master Deluxe. Radio and Heater. Low Mileage. 1935 LaSalle 4-Door Trunk Sedan. A beautiful' car equipped with Radio and Healer in A-l condition. 1932 Pontiac-6 Tudor Sedan with Radio and Heater, Good Tires, good looking and a good buy. , 1931 Pontiac-6 2-Door Sedan, Six Wheels. Motor, Body and Tires in Perfect Condition. 'HONtbOU ^-^^1^1 nil^»*Ht PHONE bOC tuoiNGTON RUTD SRLES ^ % 1iirt>ttq ^£<^ HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD USED CARS, - Freesoil PT-A to Meet on Monday FREESOIL. — The November meeting of the Freesoil Parent- Teacher association will be held Monday evening, Nov. 6. The primary department, directed Mrs. Dorothy Fox, memory Willard. Mrs. Dora B. of Frances Elizabeth Whiting, state president, opened the memorial by stating that Miss Willard had left with us "a voice and a challenge." Mrs. Irwin read of Miss Willard's background and ancestry, which was dominated with manv of the characteristics Miss Willard displayed. Mrs. Kaja Lindland, ninth district EFFIE, X HOBE SOU APPRECIATE WHAT IBS DOME \M CUBBIO x TLEAU^/ SHOULD BE ID BED WITH THIS CODE , BUT x JUST COULDN' OF UP SOUR. BEIDGE PAR.T*/. \JERV CONSIDERATE \ OF HER, I MUST SW. ) I CAN FEEL THAT ( COLD CREEPING INTO \ MS BONES RIGHT NOW. ) ADOCTOR..1 GUESS SHE'S DRUM UP A LITTLE - FOB. HIM ./MIGHT A3> VWELL 1 HOLD A PART/ IN AN INFLUENZA WARD FRIENDS HAVE SUCH dONTAGlOUa president, spoke on "The Pioneer Girl" the topic, and gave Soo. The invitation cepted. some of Miss Willard's pioneer experiences. j The fact was disclosed by one speaker that part of Miss Willard's success was due to the training received from her mother, who said, "Enter every open door." As a result, Miss Willard taining the followins: numbers: Song. "October"—Department. Reading, "September"—Mary Smith. Vocal solo—June Bruesch. Pantomime, "T h e Miser's Nightmare." Song, "God Bless America." Flag salute. Joseph Mulinix, who has been ill, -is out again. Superintendent Orville Bailey went to Custer Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 1, to arrange a nortion of the schedule for the Freesoil high school debating club. Plans are being made for the first edition of the Freesoil high school paper for 1939, to aopear time. about Thanksgiving Custer Mrs. Floyd Mahler and son, Gerald, of Woodland, were last week-end guests at the Claude Love home in South Custer and while here Mrs. Mahler called on several friends in and around Custer. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wing had as dinner guests Monday evening Miss Dora Jane Long and Fred Connelly. Bernard Walker, who is assist- Cathloics and Jews and in England was called "The Uncrowned Queen." Mrs. Marguerite Smith spoke on "Her World Vision" and Mrs. Sterling on "The Looking Forward Vision." She wondered just what Frances Willard would have done if confronted with such problems as the present day presents. There were several other speakers, every one with good thoughts and" interesting messages. Mrs. Julia Hutton was presented with a lovely bouquet of flowers as a tribute for her faithful work. "A gift of love" was presented to Mrs. Pierce, who had personally known Frances Willard. Under the direction of Mrs, Perkins, world director of children, eight infants and young children were dedicated to the Temperance cause, including the absent grandchild of the state president. Mrs. John Fernstrong of Detroit spoke concerning the council of church women. Directed by Miss Ruby View, a Junior medal contest was held. "The Pied Piper of Hamlin" was a visual education novelty presented by Mrs. Fox. Mrs. McDonald of'Sault Ste. Marie in- pfficers and delegates all joined hands, forming a continuous circle around the church auditorium and all sang "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," Mrs. Whitney led in the benediction and Mrs. Pierce pronounced the convention closed. Mrs. Stephens visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stephens of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor of Royal Oak and called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilbert during the week and on Sunday, Oct. 29, was one of a group of visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Stephens at Eaton Rapids, remaining there there until Tuesday. Other guests at the Sherwood Stephens home on Sunday were Mr. and was ac- . good music for dancing, pong was also enjoyed. Ping A luncheon of cake and cocoa was served. Superintendent Orville Bailey, and D. D. Nelson, commercial instructor, were also present. next meeting. A card of thanks from Mrs. R. Eddy was read. The secretary read communications. Mrs. Arthur Maynard and Mrs. William Hagstrom were appointed to arrange the recreational program for the Mrs. Irene Bepple, who is here j next meeting, from Quincy, Wash., spent! Mrs. Frank Hunt conducted a Tuesday and Wednesday with | jumbled word contest and Mrs. her brother, Harry Darr, and Mrs. Arthur Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stephens and son, Clayton; Waldon Stephens, Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Seitz Douglas Heckman led a Hallo- we'en telegram contest. The hostess served toasted of Fountain were Tuesday eye- j cheese sandwiches, pumpkin pie ning guests of Mrs. Marian | with whipped cream and tea Seitz. , to Mesdames Harvey Lydic, Fred Florence Rocolla, who is em- Coon, Joseph Mulinix, Douglas ployed in Manistee, visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Rocolla, Wednesday. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lydic has been named Judith Louise. I Heckman, Laurence Hill and daughter, Lorraine; Frances Smith, Myrtle Frost, Frank Hunt, Arthur Maynard, William Hagstrom, E. M. Stephens, gar Malone, Mrs. Wolverton and ]Vft«o Orvilla RjlllpV son, Lester, all of Detroit; Mr. iTiro. l/IVlllC JLKUlCJ and Mrs. Sherwood Stephens and TJ rt .«4-x>«« 4-^ daughter, Loretta. JlOSltfSS IO Sunday evening guests at the Sherwood Stephens home were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Preston and Glen Preston of Charlotte, former Freesoil residents. It was learned that Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gurnsey were at the same time visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Walker in Lansing. FREESOIL.— The Ladies' Aid society pleasant meeting Ira Granger and daughter, Betty Lou; Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Swanson, Mrs. Brunke, Mrs. Rayle and son, Richard and Mrs. Bailey and son, Maurice. . The next meeting will be held Wednesday aft ernoon, Nov. 15, I with Mrs. William Chopson. A Methodist potluck merry-go-round luncheon will be served. ; . enjoyed a Wednesday ing in the remodeling of the Jess vited the 1940 contention to the Sophomores Give Hallowe'en Party FREESOIL. — Freesoil high school students and invited __.._... friends enjoyed a Hallowe'en on "The Power of Prayer" with afternoon, Nov. 1, at the home of Mrs. Orville Bailey, with Mrs. John Brunke and Mrs. George Rayle, co-hostesses. Mrs. John Brunke presided. The meeting opened with singing "Sweet Hour of Prayer". Mrs. Brunke read a Psalm and Mrs. George Rayle offered prayer and later read a financial report. All present participated in the study of an interesting lesson party given Tuesday evening in Mrs. E. M. Stephens leading. The the school auditorium which I lesson dealt with Peter's release was sponsored by the Sopho- from prison as a result of pray- more class. The new electric phonograph was tried out and it provided er. Mrs. Ira Granger was appointed lesson leader for the Freesoil Rebekahs ning for a pinochle are plan-' party for Mrs. Mrs. hos- Saturday evening, Nov. 11. Mrs. Ross Bennett and Stanley Robinson visited Robert Bennett at Mercy pital Wednesday, Nov. 1. Miss Evelyn Rasmussen, who teaches at the Bennett school, was a recent guest of Ixer brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Rasmussen^ Long range weather predl<?-; tions for the coming winter are, plenty of snow and sub-zefo weather. Bathing the closed lids of tired, eyes with warm, .sweet milk, ia said to rest them. • ,

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