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Ludington, Michigan
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Monday, November 6, 1939
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,;,NOV. 6, 1939. THE • DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON,! MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE The Perfect Blend—Want Ad Economy And Results PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Throe days, 3 lines $ .81 * .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for irregular in- sertinns Uihcs the one time insertion rale; no ad taken for les* than basis of three II ni's. fount six average words to the line. Charge ads will he received by telephone, and if paid at The Daily 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 llu> ad appeared and the adjustment made :il the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space is the fiamc as a I'«i> of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Business Opportunities *38 INVENTORS — WF, SUCCESSFULLY f-l'ILl, inventions, patented and un- patented. Write for proof, and tell us what you have for sale. Chartered Institute of American Inventors, Dcpt. 13, Washington, U. C. Liestock 2 .1 Hit SKY COWS—Kor sale, one fresh and other will freshen Nov. 10. Oeorge Theil, 2 mi. K. and '<. mi. N. Scottville. SMALL I'UItKllKKD— Ilamshire pigs on sale at Scottville, Nov. 7, I>y J. V. Bender, Irons. Mirh. G-WKKK-OLU 1'KiS— For sale. Mike Hannah, u, mi. N., ":, mi. E. Riverton Toivnhall. Tel. 20-F-32. Merchandise •S^NXX-^VXV^XxxX^^X^-V^N^XNj^v^N Articles for Sale COMPLETE IIATIIKOOM—Outfit lor .sale. inq. at Itogers' Bakery, Scott| ville. Tel. 182. i «————-^—__^___^______ FOR SALE—A number of gasoline engine washers, also healing stoves. Lawrence Mattix, Scottville. i-tJT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordine, 810 E. I.udington A vi«. Automotive rf^^^v^-^x«fN-^w^»<^^x^«*^%^v^%^« Automobiles for Sale 11 RIFLE CARTRIDGE CLOSE-OUT Winchester: 25-20. 25-:!5. - 32, 37-72, 45-75, $1.00 box; Remington: 32. 35. 38-55, 32-10. si.(H) box; iMarlin, 25. $1.00 box: Savage. 303. SI.00 box; Stevens, :.'5. B«r box; Springfield, 30, $1.50 box; Winchester. 351. $1.50 box. Clausen's Hardware, 501 s. James St. Tel. 3!»7-.I. ! P.'32 DODtiF—l-door sedan. A-l condition. $125. T.I33 Chevrolet coach. A-l londillon: 1M32 Chevrolet coach, A-l condition. I'. F. Scliancr. Scottville. 1 OK SAI.F—I'JSM Ford DeLuxe town sedan, radiu. heater. 3-193G Terraplanes, Inun sedans. I'J35 Terraplane 2-door. I!»:i2 Model A Ford truck. Mailer's Su- PI r Service. Phone 47D. (inrages—Autos for Hire 14 (..\RACE AT 210 S. .IAMF.S ST. StiAKM 1 on all cars. (iu:irauU*cil work. K.i\ Ciinbcrg :iiid Henry (ienia, Me- rbanics. WINC1IKSTKR K SI'Kfl/lI For sale. i Never us'.-rt. Also 20 Kuujje hammcr- ! less, like new. Call after 5 ]). m. 715'-'. N. Howe. | R1FUC—For sale. 32 Winchester Special Deer Rifle. Inq. 8(17 N. Howe after 5 p. in. or iihone 1120-R. WE STILL HAVE—A few Winchester 30-30 and 32 Special Carbine rifles at $27.30 each. II. Smedberg and Soil, Cusler. 22 POUND—All steel cow stanchion. I Wood lined. Each $1.98. II. SinedberR ! & Son, fusler. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers Repairing—Service Stations 16 KINDI.INC WOOD—For sale. $2 a cord. I Mrs. .Joseph Venn. G24 E. Diiul.iml. .etka <;ar:, K e. 1102 S. Madison. PRATT AND DOMINO FKKDS—At reas- \ nimble prices. HeHike Feed Darn. Tel. : 1G5-VV. Business Service Jiu.siness Services Offered 18 FAR-MEKN ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKF.CON KKNUKItlNU CO. Tel. Good Things to Eat c:KT Y«)li»C—Winter supply of apples j now. Very fine. StarKs, Red & Golden , Delicious, Wagners. Spies, Winter . Itunanas and Ilatdwins. Jobn M. A. I Hansen, i-j mi. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, | I.ndincton. i JMI'KOVE YOl'R VISION—Hy wearing i;luss<'s pro|H-rly lilted and correctly adjusted. Chinnriy. Scottville. Household Goods RMilOS REl'AI M'.I)—Any make, reasonable prices, ••xpert service. Martin l.tind .Ir. Phoiu 3II-F-2. DID YOU KNOW—That you can get a irw DEVCKK WASHER for as low as $39.50'.' Let us explain their fine features. W. E. READER & CO. in CUSTER. POPEYE Roeistorerl u. S. Patent Office JUST RECEIVED 4EUTOPIAM VJEATHER FORECfxSTS ARE IOO%> CORRECT PFOOEV THIS THERE ARE SOOP VINES SEEKING THE RAIKJ- B1RD VJHICH COMTROLS THE VOE ATHER/POPEVE HAS FOOMD VT H1DDEKJ IN THE KJEUTOP1AKJ CASTLE MEED A DRESS Corduroy JIMMIES and JIM BOBS CHtCKEKJ WITH NOODLES MOTU FOR WEEKS Plain and fancy. Sizes 3 to 8. VET THE WEOTOPl ANS • COMPLA1M PENNEY'S THE BIRD EATS OML.V CAVIAR MOWE V GROWS ON TREES BLONDIE Registered U. S.- Patent. Office BABV PUMPLING.WHY OIDN'T^ r YOUPICKUPVOURTOVS IM MY ROOM, BEFORE VOU GOT INTO BED ? OF COURSE,! LOVE YOU, BUT ANSWER MY QUESTION"; f WHY DION'T YOU PICK UP YOUR TOYS ? Farm Equipment DON'T YOU LOVE ME, DADDY? CAN I HAVE A DRINKOF WATER, DADDY PLEASE . 8MBDBJERO A SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores SPECIAL—$30.00 trade-in on any square tub Maytag toward n new model 32 Maytag. Complete seervice on any washer. Grotemafs Wife Saving Station. Wanted—To Buy NOTICE—We pay the highest, prices for ' beans. IJRODY IlltOS. Tel. 510. FELIX THE CAT rnrt TT ff p-t/>tlf Office STOP LOAFING!! GET BUSY AND THE PLANTS G-GOHNA USED ROOT CL'TTEn—Wanted to buy. Archie Wadel, R. 1, Ludington. Tel. 17-F-B. 5U 57 59 Rooms and Board Rooms without Board DKSIHAUI.K STKAM IIKATKD—Bedroom for cirl or woman, for rent. Breakfast anil use of lovely living room if desired. Inq. 405 N. Rath. Real Estate for Rent i -xXNJ Apartments and Flats 74 DOWNSTAIRS—5-room flat with hath, furnace heat. Inq. 1U5 Sixth St. Phone 1150-W. I.AHMC APARTMKNT—For rent, very reasonable and in downtown location. Iiiij. at Reliable Tire and Accessory Co.. S. Harrison. NKWI.Y F1NISIUCI) — 3-room, heated apt. with bath, in pleasant location. Inq. 30!) N. Oaylord Ave. Tel. 02-1. Cleaning;, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MI.N'S sl'ITS—Dry cleanvd anil pressed; )il.nn dti'ss. s, .Vic. l.ndiiiKlon Ory 1'lcauers, Jumes and Foster Sts. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INM'RANCK—If .MIII are In need of Insurance will Kiiaran(ee to Rive \<iu set tire and |iroteet ion wlien you iiavr .in accident of any kind, rail or see Harold (J.illic .\Kenc>. XIO Diana St. Plinne 2110-W. Auto, Fire it Life, Health Jt Accidvnl. liro-THKRM (HI. HKATKKS—With radiant doors, do a better heating job. llcaulidil -rnnim-l Ifrrtishvv nre easier 1 I to clean. II. SmcdberK and Son. Custer. ! | _ I ' oi'R I,INi: OFFICRS—Kitchen clocks in, I assorted styles and colors at various ' | prices. II.million's. 22. r > S. .lames St. | Sl'F.CIAI. Oil. HlTUXKIl UARC.AIN— , l!l.1K-3!l Model, lirand new Duo-Therm. I Was $!)»..10. now $72.511; !).:t75 en. ft. 1 hialint: capacity, beautiful finish with 1 extra larue IX" burner. II. Smedherg I & Son, Custer. 3-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT— II i at and hot water furnished. Inq. l.agesen's Bakery, (!05 S. Washington. Local* and Social SOCIAL CALENDAR (i-ROOM M'AIJTMENT—Modern, newly decorated, spacious sunny rooms, fireplace, built-in tub and shower, cup- hoards, sloki-r. steam heal. Adults pre- i ferrcd. E. Abrahamson, 710 E. Foster St. Houses for Rent (Continued from Page 2) home in South Custer. William Salisbury camp No, 52, United Spanish War Veterans and Anna Barbara Swit- 77 | zer auxiliarf No. 25 will meet i at 8 p. m. in Community hall, MODF.RN iiot'.sK.s—For rent at ,2oii N. |Scottville. All members are William; L'»5 N. Robert; 703 Ni Rath. ' oskprl In 1 IMu> " e 22 ° r 792 Employment ^^>^ ( /v*^.^*.^Np^^-'s.x^^v-*v.^»_^v^v^y.^> help Wanted—Female STUDIO COUCHES —For sale. Solid back, large bedding compartment, up- holsteri-d arms, only $33.75. Obel's Furniture Store, 327 E. Dowland. asked to be present as installation of officers will be held. annual ,| chased and footwear made ready for the big event. Freesoil is expecting numerous hunters in this vicinity during the season. Freesoil residents have been busily engaged in canning their .winter meat supply. Mrs. Floyd Eddy will entertain the Freesoil Extension club at her home Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 7. The lesson on "Bedspreads" will be presented by Mrs. Ira Granger and Mrs. Floyd Eddy. Members are requested to bring a six-inch square of unbleached cotton, scissors, thimble and tape measure. Mr. and Mrs. L". L. Stanley have fnv lOr 32 WANTED—Cirl for general housework, over 2-1 >rs. of age, .'or family of 4. No laundry. Write XY/, l!ox 71. WANTED—<;irl or womnn for general liousruorl:. Sm:ill family with child. Unusual opining for intflligent and cvpcricrierd person, (iood pay. Write ;igc and previous experience. All in- lormalion held strictly confidential. Address M. B., Box 71. c'o News. Situations Wanted—Male 37 COMPETENT COUPLE—Want employment as caretakers. Phone 18-F-23. SIMPLIFY COOKINt; PROBLEMS—By using (be cleanest type of stove. Es'- lale electric range. Low priced and efficient. I el us explain balanced oven heat; bakes perfectly on all sides. W. E. READER & CO. in Custer. THURSDAY — The _., ------I dinner of the Mason county ,! gone to Benton Harbor for a ! c i ia pter of American Red Cross ; visit with their daughter, Mrs THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME Brokers in Real Estate R t I USED COM. CIRCULATORS—Coal ran-! j ges and oil burners at bargain prices, j | II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. I A large oil company painted yellow its filling stations in i China. The error was corrected I when it was learned that, in China, yellow' is the color of I mourning. will' be held at 6:30 p. m. in Gray hall. The midweek prayer meeting of Free Methodist church will be held at 7:30 p. m. The Salvation Army will hold an Evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m. *-- — —! The Epworth League of Beth- Farms and Land for Sale 83 i any Methodist church will hold FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and re- soit property see Home Realty Co., Room X, Nat'l Bank Bldg. FOR REAL ESTATE BARGAINS—City homes, lots or facms. See A. T. Benson, Nal'l Bank Bldg. • j its regular NICE 10 ACRE F ARM—For sale, 3 mi. I at 7 p. m. devotional meeting E. of Lndington on US-10, has house and barn. Call at 405 S. Madison or phone 4S1-M. OUR • "Vcs—we pay less money for fuel now with Tairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Burner heat than we used to pay when we fired our own furnace. Our basement is as clean as a whistle. We shovel NO coal, ever. And our house is more comfort- ; ably and more healthfully heated. Why don't you look into this matter, too—right away!" SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times fo; 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. The choir of Bethany Methodist church will meet for rehearsal at 8 p. m. The Ladies' Aid of Bethany Lutheran church will meet at Earl Callendar, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Tubbs were last week-end visitors at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tubbs, of South Bend Maxine Hunt was a dinner. guest Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hilden. Parties Enjoyed at Diamond School DIAMOND SCHOOL. — An evening of entertainment and 2-30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. j pranks was enjoyed by the pu- Rudolph Zeber, 403 Sixth street, j pils and young people of Dia- The prayer, praise and Bible | mond district at a Hallowe'en study meeting of Evangelical Free church will be held at 7:30 p. m. i Canton Excelsior No. 10 and ladies' auxiliary will meet at 6:30 p. m. for a potluck supper and social meeting. Ludington Townsend club No. 1 will meet in the evening at 8 o'clock at headquarters. A special program has been arranged for this meeting. Every- Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Burner Installation requires only a few hours. Slips into the furnace you now have. No extras to buy. Cuts fuel costs too. Ends fire-tending drudgery forever. RXCRM.ENT MILK COW—Will swap for anything I can use. Tested for Tli and Bangs disease. Mrs. Maud Kcrr, Custer, 1st place S. of Fern store, E. side ol road. » DODGE MOTOll — Or electric radio will swap for a Wincharger. L. Kolberg, 2 mis. E., Hi mi. N. Scottville. 2 housvr N. Menningcr school. Less Than 25c Per Day Installes a Fairbanks-Morse in Your Home. Ask Us for a Free Heating Survey. C%e Abrohainson-Nerhetni EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING! MODEL A SI'OKT KOAlioTER— 111 good condition, will swap for grain or anything else I can use. Itanold Thurow, 3'/i mi. S., 1 mi. W. of Scottville. 7 MO. OLO CALK— Will swap for power cutting box. E. E. Crotser, R, 1, Ludington. 1'hoiu" 13-F-13. 11 ACHES OF BEAN PODS— In a stack, just threshed. Will swap for what. have you. C. F. Knudscu, 3!A ml. S. of Custer, Route 2. one is welcome FRIDAY—The to attend. Parent-Teach- Phone 130 Parr School Group to Meet Sauble River Farm Women's Extension group will hold an all- day meeting with Mrs. Arthur Tubbs Wednesday, Nov. 8. A dinner pail lunch and note books will be required. To Act As Delegates Community Farm bureaus are sending delegates to the annual meeting of the state organization Nov. 8, 9 and 10. Among those who will act as delegates are Vern Eppard from the Lincoln River group, Walter Hendrickson, Victory; Orvan Saxton, Riverton; George Towns, Summit and Pere Marquette; H. L. Darr, Sauble River group, and er association of Foster school will meet at 8 p. m. A soecial dad's night program will be presented. The Parent-Teacher association of Longfellow school will meet at 3 p. m. at the school. The program will be in connection with the observance of National Book Week. The choir of Washington Avenue Baptist church will meet iat 8 p. m. for rehearsal. There will be an evenine; service at 7:45 p. m. at the Pentecostal Assembly of God. The choir of Bethany Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 7 p. m. in the church. Choir rehearsal will be at 7:30 p. m. in held party Monday, Oct. 30, at the schoolhouse. Many were attired in gay and weird .costumes. Prizes were awarded for costumes and contests to Audrey Anderson, Catherine Hathaway, Gerry Hathaway and Arlene Huizenga. Refreshments were cider and doughnuts. Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 31, the little folks enjoyed games and contests in honor of the occasion. For costumes, prizes were awarded to Wayne Whitaker and Geraldine McDowell. Those who were winners in contests were Charles Smith and Ella Marie Hallberg. They also enjoyed cider and doughnuts. THE EVERV-CAV RON-OF-THE-MILL SHAVES SEEM TO COME OUT AMD SMOOTH— KOR A —THEV'L' IT TiMe /• Club to Meet The Diamond Extension club will meet at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gustafson Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8, for the second lesson. Mrs. William Anderson will be co-hostess. All members are urged to il_ present and anyone wishing to join at this meeting is welcome. The first lesson will be made up Martin Shereda Per e Marquette - riptrmt Extension €lub i^iiuu to Meet on Frida y IPREESOIIL. — Freeisoil friends ~ were sorry to learn of the death PERE MARQUETTE TOWN- of Martin Shereda of Detroit. SHIP.—The Pere Maquette Ex-. Mr. Shereda was brought up (tension club will meet at 10 o'clock Friday morning, Nov. 10, at the Pere Marquette townhall. Ladies are asked to bring unbleached muslin, six by six inches; scissors, thimble and four pieces of pasteboard, six by six inches. Members are also requested to bring their favorite bedspread, either rayon, patchwork, candlewick or any other kind. A dinner will be served at noon and members are asked tq bring their own dishes. ....... New members and visitors are cordially invited to attend. Engwaii" home Thursday j Change Meeting; ivening. ° ° Mrs. Wesley Mikesel, daughter-in-law of Hiram Mikesel, Freesoil barber, has undergone in Freesoil. His parents resided on the present John Stec farm and he was one of 12 children. He went to Detroit about 20 years ago. James Shereda went to Detroit to attend the funeral which was held at Detroit Saurday morning. Mr. Shereda's passing is the third death in the Shereda family within a year. Mrs. Marian Seitz was a dinner guest .Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Engwall of Manistee. Mr. and Mrs. John Belleville enjoyed lunch also at cealing clothing belonging to an ehrollee a't CCC camp Walhalla. The. alleged larceny was committed sometime in September. .,': Justice. BloGgett-set bond, at $5Q6,,and date of. th> trial for Wednesday*., Bond /was not furnished. The youth was picked up by sheriff's department near Paw Paw. Phillip Ruschkiewicz, 27, Ludington, arraigned 'before Justice Blodgett this morning, also pleaded not guilty to a simple larceny, charge and demanded trial. '.,.-. Ruschkiewicz is charged with stealing a quantity of iron pipe from Oriole field, complain tTse- ing madq by the Ludington school board. His trial Wednesday. was also set for Bond of, $200 was jnot furnished up to noon Arrest was by city police. Evangelical Free church. SATURDAY—The Confirmation class of Bethanv Methodist church will meet at 10 a.jii. at the church parlors. Junior Confirmation Lutheran 10 a. m. 1 Louis Boyer, Custer. , ,. 1 Wives will accompany delegates. , the The class of Bethany church will meet at at the parsonage. * * #—_ FreesoiX Mrs. William Tobey, who was very ill as a result of a recent automobile accident, is improving. Rifle barrels are being cleaned and polished and examined and gun stocks made satin smooth in anticipation of tithe opening of deer season. Supplies of 'shells to anyone wishing it. Visitors I an operational Chicago. She is and red flannel are being pur- once. are always welcome. Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Rosenow attended the meeting at Scottville Tuesday, Oct. 31. •Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Brien and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Terryn Sunday, Oct. 29. s Mr. and Mrs. Grinnell and family have moved to Ludington, Belva, Connie and Dennie will be missed at school. The box social and amateur program, sponsored by the Diamond Parent-Teacher /association, will be held Friday evening, Dec. 1, at Victory townhall. Anyone wishing to enter the contest will -please get in touch with Mrs. :John-Rosenow at Because the primary pupils of the Freesoil school will present the program at the Parent- Teacher association meeting this evening, Nov. 6, the order of the meeting will be reversed. The program, directed by Mrs. Dorothy- Fox, will precede the business session. Friends will be interested in the fact that Mrs. Engwall of Eastlake, mother of Vernell Engwall, of Manistee, formerly of Freesoil, has undergone an operation at Mercy hospital, Manistee. L. T. Benson, county NYA director of Ludington, visited Free- soil Friday concerning affairs connected with his office. for Royal Neighbors CUSTER.—The Royal Neighbors meeting, which was scheduled to have been held at the home of Mrs. Frank Comstock on Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, will be held at the home of Mrs. William Emerson instead. .. ,.,•., Mrs. Comstock was called to Detroit Sunday morning, by the illness of her sister, Mrs. E. Jones, who underwent a major operation this morning. . . . In Justice Court Arraigned Saturday before Justice Lester Blodgett on a simple larceny charge, a 17-year- old Kendall, Mich., youth, pleaded Mrs. IJ. Is Feted at PENTWATER. — Mrs. Hanry Rellinger of Ludington was guest of honor at a prettily arranged party at the home of Miss Vera Squire on Wednesday evening, Nov. 1, with Mesdames Cleva Poulsen and Chan Bayers assisting Miss Squire as co-hostesses. Pinochle and Chinese checkers formed the evening's entertainment with Mrs. Harold Burkholder and Mrs. Nettie Reed winning prizes. Luncheon was served to 32 guests, who presented Mrs. Rel- linser with a beautiful collective gift by which to remepiber the happy occasion, • ** Mrs. Rav Stanhope spent last week in Flint where she -wasvdfo not guilty and demanded trial, attendance at a conference 4 ' 6t fhe youth was wanted for [Methodist church lay workers ol f[ either stealing or aiding in con- '^Southern Michigan. is ;'ij .'.I

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