The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 11, 1939 · Page 5
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Ludington, Michigan
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Saturday, November 11, 1939
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SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE Who'll Be Elected In '40? The Want Ad User! PHONE 21 FOR All AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 * .72 One clay, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions lakes the one time insertion rale; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. Count, six average words to the line. Charge ads will be 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 tlip ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space is the same as » ;'»o of copy. Announcements / Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Salesmen Wanted AOKNTS — LOWKST PRICKS — TOP PROFITS on Carded Aspirin, Razor Hindis, Handkerchiefs, Laxativ. s. Shot: I,aces, etc. Kreu SAMPLES and d"tails. BETTER PRODUCTS CO., Marion, Ind. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FUIKBRKI) IIOLKTKIN — Hull calves from (Inms with record, for sale. N. llanscn ;mcl Sun. Route 4, LucliliRton. Phone 8-F-13. Poultry and Supplies WHITE LKOIIOKN—Pullets, for sale. We liave loo pullets ready to lay, priced reasonable. Archer's Ilatc.liefy, Marl. '' =j Merchandise Articles for Sale DEER RIFLE— 30-30, nearly mew, for sale. Cabin Town Garage. 10 Mi. S. FOR SALE — A number of gasoline en- Bine washers, also heating stoves. Lawrence Mattix, Scottvillc. CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. ! 672. Frank Nordinc, 810 E. Ludlngton , * Avc. I « i ! Personals 7 i OLD AMI DISABLED HORSES—Wanted. "Hank" Pelawskl. Excella Mink Farm. Phone 23-F-3. Iloii'tc 'i, Ludington. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers S DRY HARDWOOD—For sale. 2 cords 55. kindling S2 a cord; also (iruvity dump lirx. \v. A. Ucnsnn. Phone 3-13-J. 90'i N. Kmilv St. PRATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices. Bcthkc Feed Barn. Tel. 1G5-W. Good Things to Eat Strayed, Lost, Found 10! STRAYED INTO MY PASTURE—3 young horses. 2 greys. 1 sorrell. Owner may have same by paying for this ad and keep. Eel. Slhlev. Pi-Ill water, It. 1. U ml. W. of Buck's school. BOSTON Bt'l.l/—Female, brindle, lost. 12 yrs. old. Answers to "Pat." Reward I ^ returned to William R. Videan, 703 «. Harrison St. Phone 384-R. tiET YOLKt—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Ilt-d & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. llansen, V, ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ludlngton. POPEYE DEER HUNTERS ATTENTION! THE NEUTOP)ANJSYVES,DR.BOGGE ARE GATHERING AND -THEY AT THE PALACE,APPEAR WHA'SVER) NAMES?/ SEND KING CLAPTRAP [ASK WHO mS.POPEVE "i -».»..., \ ^ la i ODT OM THE BALCONY BRILLIANT RED SUEDE ISHIRTS, $1.49 HATS, Byrd cloth, 79c GLOVES, 15c Get yours before the stock runs low. PENNEY'S BLONDIE Registered U. S. Patent Office COME, DEAR I WANT VOU TO HELP ME WITH THE DISHES DAISV-SETOPF THE SOFA-I WANT TO LIE DOWKJ THERE.MVSELF COME ON, COME ON QUIT STALLING- Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., .Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Oopf l»l». Kind Fcuurti SvndKIM. In*. Wotld nghu rcxmrf I-OR HEAL ESTATE 15ARGAINS—City homes, lots or farms. Sec A. T. Denson. Nat'l Bank Bids:. 57 Farms and Land for Sale 83 I Household Goods 59 SET OF 'i TON—Chain falls lost Thursday noon at Cor. Robert and Fitch Sts. Call 956. City Barn. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 in.17 WILLYS. FOR SALK. $2(1(1. A I'.iiRain lor cash. .1. It. Rn/.-ll. Walhalla. Garages—Autos for Hire 14 AN EXCELLENT BARGAIN—An all-col- ton 50-lb. mattress, $4.45. W. E. READER & CO., Custcr. BEAUTIFUL 32-PC.—Set of Dinnerwarc free with each Round Oak coal and wood range, for a limited time. II. Smedberg & Son. Custcr. NICE 10 ACRE .-"-ARM—For sale, 3 mi. E. of LutiiiiRlon on l'S-10, has house and bam. fall at 405 S. Madison or phone 481-M. Buildings for Sale BUSINESS BUILDINGS—For sale. 1 equipp-d as pool hall, other as restaurant. Will take small house, centrally located as part payment. Set- Louie Eliasohn. I;ARM:E AT 210 s. JAMES ST.—service on all cars, fiiiarantecd work. Ray (junberg & Henry Genl.t, Mechanics. Repairing—Service Stations 16 ACKTVLENE WELDING—By expert methods stand the tesi of time. Hi-Ik.-i <i:ir:tge. 1102 S. Madison. I SEi:—Tin- new MEADOWS WASHER at ! THE PALACE. Srottville. $39.95 and I lip. FRANK I'LAVEAU. 'THERE MUST BE—\ r'-a.son why the | ESTATE Oil. IIEATKOLA is lending • the market in sales." Kind out before ' you buy. There are plenty of reasons. : See these marvelous stoves at W. E. i Rl ADER & CO.. ill CI.'STEH. ; ___^^™^___ — ; THERE IS NO Sl'HSTITL'T'lv—For the I Duo-Therm bias-liaffle oil hiirner. i f' lire from pilot to full flame, i See them now. II. SmedberR & Son, 1 Custer. i Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 60 SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this colurr.Ti will he published two times fo: 25 cents. Each ad must hear name and address of advertiser. They must bo accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be hroiiKhl or mailed to The New", none taken by telephone. If ads Involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be run free of charge. FELIX THE CAT Registered V. S. Patent Office Business Service r^^xyvx^rf'vx^'^.''""^"*-™*!^-""^"*.^"*^"-^^^^^'^^^^^^ Business Services Offered RINGS—Handmade, heavy solid sterling, genuine xtoii'*. ladies and genls, priced right, llnmilton's, 22."> S. .lames. (M'EKNSEV IHII.I—And heifer, will swap for large bull; also 2-wheel trail- | er will swap for anything I can use. • Walnut Lane- Farm, U ml. N. Foun- ! tain. ROUND TABLE—And small round heater will swap for grain or anything 1 can use. Jnnies Svidron, 2 mi. N., !£ mi. -E. "f Freesoil. VORK WILL'KEEP HIS OFF PEEUN TH»S» KILLS MY .'/ HE PLOYTINQ - LET THE. KNCXV- I'M HERE ff Farm Equipment 61 THK PARK STORK—fider mill will run TncMliys ami Thuisdays until end of season. FARMERS ATTENTION—Dead stock rc- ir.ovnl. IMiouc collect. Prompt service. Ml'SKFGON RENDERING Cl>. Tel. fconitvllle. 129-F-ll. SMALL IIOKSK—Will swap for any kind "f ,rrtUU'< .als«' s.iiuilj. ,g;is en.Kiiic . will .swap for anything I can use. Earl Hargrcavcs. It. 4, Scottvillc. BERKSHIRE BOAR — For service. Lerov sterlcy, ~ mi. W., !i mi. N. Victory Tou uiiall. fcrSSgSr^! . . . PUMPS WATtfl SY^TIHS-HAYTOOUS-DOOA HANOCRS < II. SMEDBERO & SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores Gl SCOTTV1LLE Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S Sl'ITS—Dry clciinrd and pressed; plain dresses, .Vic. Liidington Dry rlruncrs, .lames and Eoster Sts. Repairing and Refinisliing 29 U ATCII REPAIRING— And complete line of Jewelry at most reasonahle piieis. .1. II. Cliinncry. Scottvillc. , SPECIAI—$30.00 Irade-in on any square I lull niaylag toward a n^iv model .'tl' | niaylag. Complete seervire on any | washer. Grotcmal's Wife Saving Sta- I lion. i Churches Wanted—To Buy NOTICE—We pay the highest prices for beans. BRODV BROS. Tel. MO. Employment .% MEN WANTED—Surprising dUMiior*- v ion nl new household product. Makes hig sales. S''c me at once for \ciur territory anil sample denionslral- i r Alter I p. in. Jesse Stover, !K)7!-j S. - Real estate for Kent Apartments and Flats 74 ' NEAT 3-ltOPM—Kiiriilshed apartment, | also large unfurnished apartment for { rent. ln,|. i:i;>7 S. Madron. ! :,(}•> E. DANAIIER—Uiilurnished, down- j stairs apartment lor rent, also garage. Intl. same address. (Continued from Page 4) Scuttvillc Locals Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harding, their daughter, Mrs. Jessie Gilcttc and her daughter, were; guests Sunday, Nov. 5, of Mr. and Mrs. John Harding of Amber. They returned to their home in Mason, Sunday evening. The Comrade club enjoyed a pleasant afternoon Friday with Mrs. W. J. Cook. Following an afternoon of fun, visiting and handwork, the hostess served a lunch. Mrs. Harriett Meads was a guest of the afternoon. Don't Let Your Desire i to Own a Home f . . . Also long-term on remodeling. financing Be Nipped in the Budget! $25 to $30 Per Month Makes a 1 Home Payment Instead of a Rent Payment! ., . You, too, can buy or build a \/ fine, modern home by using the easy-pay, long-term Abraham- son-Ncrhelm plan of home- ownership. Under this plan Abrahamson-Nerheim finances, plans and builds your home with only a 10% down payment |?J as the sole requirement. Repay- \j menl of the balance may be extended over a term of 5 to 20 years, as you prefer. Install; / ments may be paid monthly, f like rent! : We Open the Door to Home Ownership! Phone 130. Abroluunsoii-Nerlieim EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING ! (Contrnucd from Page 2) ST. STANISLAUS' CHURCH (511 Tliird street) Rev. Joseph Koss, pastor Low Mass—8 a. m. High Mass—10 a. m. ST. SIMON'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (Foster at IFarrison streets) Rev. Dr. T. W. Alnin, pastor Rev. F. II. Braniffan, vicar Low Mass—7 and 8:30 a. m. High Mass—10:30 a. m. A Mass for hunters will be held sometime in November. BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH (1107 Madison street) I Rev. John Cliristensen. pastor J Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Topic: "The Prodigal Son." Monthly Danish service — 10:30 a. m. Be Loyal club meeting—Monday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Carl Scllner in Rivcrton. Adult Confirmation class meeting—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the parsonage. Lecture, by Rev. Girtz, missionary from India—Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7 p. m. at the home of Mrs. F. W. Schumacher. Junior Confirmation class meeting—Saturday at 10 a. m. in the parsonage. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE (305 East Filer street) Rev. Arvid E. Norton, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship service—11 a. m. Evangelistic service — 7:30 p. m. Prayer service—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH (Court at Harrison streets) Rev. Knight W. Dunkerley, rector Holy Communion—8 a. ra. Church school—10 a. m. Holy Communion 'and sermon—11 a. m. Sermon: "The Foolishness of Preaching." Evening prayer—5 p. m. in St. James' church, Pentwater, preceded toy the catechizing of children at 4:30 .p. m. ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Melcndy at Harrison street) Rev. William Opitz, pastor German service—9:30 a. m. Sunday school—10 a. m. English service—11 a. m. Sermon: "The Relation of Church and State." FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST (Filer at Delia Street) Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. m. Sermon: "Mortals and Immortals." Testimony meeting—Wednesday at 8 p. m. Reading room at Delia street entrance to church edifice is open/Wednesdays and Satur| days, excepting holidays, from 2 to 5 p. m. EVANGELICAL FKJEE CHURCH (Corner Melendy and Emily streets) Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "The Vision That Transforms." Young People's meeting — 6:45 p. m. Paul Johnson, leader.! Gospel Evangel meeting — 7:30 p. m. Sermon: "What Is Coming." String-band practice — Monday at 7:15 p. m. Swedish Bible class meeting— Monday at 8:15 p. m. Young people exclusively. Bible study—Thursday evening. Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7:30 p. m. THE CALVARY MISSION (Corner Court and Rovve Sts.) (Rev. A. G. Burley, pastor) Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. m. Evangelistic service— 7:30 p.! m. Prayer meeting — Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Adele Marcellus, 302 East Court street. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME SPORT (Continued from Page 8) arr STILL WALK THEV'LL DO >T. EVERY ' - THE STOKE \ '/A IS SWELL-BUT 1 yoo OUGWTA / '& CaET.RIOOF THE STAIRS^ j PUT IN AN ESCALAVbR 66 THE PUBLIC EXPECTS THAMX. TO ALICE EASTOBAMOH,M.O GRID HIGHLIGHTS (By LEE KRUSKA) In spite of a sharp, cold northwest' wind, one of the largest crowds in recent years —estimated at 2,000—jammed the Manistee stands. Ludington was especially well represented. In spite of the cold, no one was noticed leaving the grounds until the game was ended. It was a bad night, however, for the .scantily-clad Manistee cheer-leaders. Before the gallie started, Coach Danny Smick spoke over, the amplifying system, honor-"' ing his graduating players. He said the season should leave only pleasant memories. We hope he's right but certainly the two games with Ludington this year will leave anything but that. The longest gain fom scrim-mage was Parker's 21 yard jaunt around left end in the second quarter for Ludington's fourth touchdown. • Ludington did some nice work running punts back into Manistee territory. For most of the game, the • Chippewas were backed up near their own goal. In all credit to them, however, they put up a courageous battle against the champions. It's one of the fightingest teams Manistee has had in a good many years. Statistics reveal that Manistee gained 32 yards from scrimmage and the identical amount via the aerial route. Ludington held a margin in every department of play with exception of punting. There Lud- lngton booters had no oppor- unity to display their wares as the Orioles punted only twice. Manistee fans seemed not excessively disappointed by the defeat. As a few of them remarked alter the game, they expected to ; lose but by not quite so large a margin. The widely-heralded Bob Peterson, Chippewa star back, was utterly unable to get away at any time for one'of his long run specialties. The sturdy Oriole defense completely bottled up the Salt City team's offensive. Ludington's entire line, from end to end, played a sparkling game. Manistee was able to gain but two yards from scrimmage in the first quarter and only 5 in the last. 'Manistee's second team, which entered the game just be- fore'end of the first half, seemed to have more drive and spirit than the Chippewa first stringers. On the second play, after their insertion into the game, one of the Manistee backs pulled off a 12-yard run through tackle, the Chippewa's longest gain of the evening. Manistee managed a first down in the second quarter and another in the final period. Both teams will be hard hit by graduation. Manistee will lose nine lettermen while Ludington, it is believed, will lose somewhere near that figure. "Mitch" Read, however, has proven himself quite a magician in the past and seems particularly adept at pulling stellar players out of the nat. ' Thus ends Ludington's 1939 football season—with another championship, the second successive, added to its record. The Orioles, under expert tutelage of Mentor Read have won four Big Seven football championships in the last six years, a recoi'di worth shouting, attout. Note toiplayers: Now'Comes the annual post-season series of banquets, etc. Something to look forward to. WRESTLING (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) BUFFALO, N. Y— Bronko Nagurski, 230, International Palls, Minn., threw Hal Rumberg, 228, Spokane, Wash., 20 '53 BRIDGEPORT, Conn.—Bobby Burns, 2112, South Africa, threw Maurice Boyer, 199, France, 26:20. SALT LAKE CITY—Jim LondOS, 205, Greece, threw Del Kunkcl, 198, Salt Lake City. Cusler Churches ST. MARY'S AND MISSIONS" (Rev. William Viesnoraitis, rector) Carr Settlement: Mass—9 a. BOXING (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) DULUTH, Minn.—Arne Anderson, 200, Sweden, knocked out Red Bruce, 184, Pittsburgh, (3). DUBLIN—Tommy Farr, 196, Wales, knocked out Manuel- Abrew, 183, Glasgow, (3). LOS ANGELES—Nick Peters, 138, San Antonio, knocked out Johnny Rohrig, 138, New Jersey, (2). PHILADELPHIA — Tommy Spiegal, 132'/ 2 , Unlontown, Pa., outpointed Bob Montgomery, 135, Philadelphia, (10). HOCKEY (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) FRIDAY'S RESULTS National League No games. International-American League Indianapolis 5, Syracuse 1. American Association No games. TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE National League New York Rangers at Toronto; International-American League Philadelphia at Cleveland. Indianapolis at Pittsburgh. Syracuse at Hershey. New Haven at Springfield. American Association Omaha at Kansas City. St. Louis at Wichita. SUNDAY NIGHT'S SCHEDULE National League New York Americans at Chicago. Boston at Detroit. Toronto at New York Rangers. International-American League Philadelphia at Indianapolis. Cleveland at Svracxise. Springfield at Mew Haven. Pittsburgh at Providence. i .1.1 American Association!' St. Paul at Minneapolis.' bn* •< •» I Kansas Glty at St. LoulR.-- 1 ' 11 ' " Wichita at Tulsa. m. . - , . Custer: Mass—11 a..m. CONGREGATIONAL (Henry Clement, superintendent) i Sunday school—10 a. m. Rally day services during the day. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN (Rev. L. H. Prowant, pastor) Sunday school—10 a- m. Preaching service—11 a. m. FREE METHODIST (Kev. Kay Calkins, pastor) Sunday school—2 p. m. Preaching services—3 p. m. :.. Center Riverton Mr. and Mrs. John Wyant of California, accompanied by theST son-in-law and daughter, came Saturday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Oldt at their cottage at Oxbow lake and other relatives in this vicinity. Tuesday, Nov; 7, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Oldt and guests were entertained with a 6 o'clock dinner at the Harold Harley home. Mrs. Howard Schwass was hostess to the Crystal Valley Methodist Ladies' aid at her home Wednesday, Nov. U. Twenty-eight ladies were present. A bountiful co-operative dinner was served at noon. The afternoon was spent in sewing ;on afr tides for a bazaar and in visiting,,,, Mrs. Laura Ball and Mrs. Rosa, Schrader of Ludlngtpn tf^ " Attce Welch at tfte'Pete r home,

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