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MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1939. ITHE D&ILY NEWS—LUDINGTbN/MICHIGAN. Pm& THREE i NEWS BRIEFS The nicest courtesy that you can show your guests is to have their visits mentioned on this page. The nicest courtesy you can show your friends Is to let them learn of your visits through this page. Please call the society editor, telephone 106. Surgery — Kenneth Weinert, Scottville", Route 4, underwent major surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital this afternoon. Lodge to Meet —Crystal lodge No. 159, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Will meet at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the I.O.O.F. hall. Operation—Miss Eldonna Bosworth of Scottville underwent major surgery at Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. To Meet—Ludington encampment No. 101 will meet at 8 o'clock this evening in I.O.O.F. BIG TELESCOPE NEARS COMPLETION hall. Surgery—Mrs. Fred Hansen of Fountain underwent major surgery in Paulina Stearns hospital this morning. Treatment — James Gumbus, Route 2, Freesoil, was admitted morning for medical treatment. Returned—Miss Agnes McLaren, North Gaylord avenue, returned to her home in Ludington after spending some time in Milwaukee. * Minor Surgery —Bertha Mae Smith, 212 East Dowland street, underwent , minor surgery in Paulina Stearns . hospital on Saturday. j.»»- ';' ". •. From Pdntiac —Miss Bernice Fitch, 322 North Rowe street, returned to her home recently from Pontiac where she attended a state board meeting of the Youth Temperance Council organization. ' ' " Bridge Party —The Parent- Teacher association Qf Lakeview school will sponsor a second 'bridge and pinochle party at 8 o'clock this evening at the school building. Prizes will be awarded for high scores. From Rochester — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oopennaver, 706 East Ludington avenue, accompanied by Mrs. A. R. Kelly, 313 North Robert street, returned to their homes on Sunday from the Mayo clinic at .Rochester, Minn. Ladies' Aid—T he Junior Ladies' Aid of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet at 2:45 p. "m. Wednesday at Lutheran hall. Hostesses of the occasion are Mrs. Arthur Graeger, Mr.s. Wallace Neuman and Mrs. O. Weston Scottville. Week-End — « Mrs. Charles Mrs. George A. Murray, resident of Ludington for only one year, passed away early Sunday evening at her home at 210 East Filer street after a brief illness. She was 52 years of age. Mrs. Murray, nee Violet Rae Hunt, was born on April 18, 1887, in Merrill. She spent her early, life in that city and before moving to Ludington had been a resident of Saginaw for 28 years. Mrs. Murray was affiliated with The Community church of Ludington and was active in the church Women's society. She also served ably in the Woman's Hospital auxiliary. Married on Nov. 27, 1910, at Saginaw to George A. Murray, who survives her, Mrs. Murray is also survived by three sons, Donald H. and Harold C. of Saginaw and Leon G. of Ludington; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L Hunt of Bridgeport, and a brother, Harold M. Hunt, of Ann Arbor. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at The Community church of Ludington, where the body will lie in state from 12, noon, until the time of the services. The 'oody will rest | at Dorrell chapel until that time. [ . Interment will be made at Lakeview cemetery. Final Hospital Reports Awaited (Continued from rage 1) French, Myrtle Fitch. Mrs. Grace Hull, Charles Hamilton, Arlie Houk, Mrs. Ruby Jensen, Mrs. John Kistler, C. E. Barber, Merrit & Cole, Steven Herban. Norman Randall, j Omar Kistler, John Houk, Alex i Benedict, E. VanAelst, Richard Anthony. Riverton township: Mr. and Mrs. Anton Fuksa, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schwass, Mr. and Mrs. Er- cplpts 1,700; market steady; good to' choice yearllngs'/4 9.75-10.75; fair to good yearlings, 8.50-9.50; good to choice heavy steers, 9.50-10.50; fair to good heavy steers, 8.50-9.50; best grass cattle, 7-8; common butcher cattle, 5-6; best cows, 5.25-.75; best butcher and heavy bo* logna bulls, 6.75-7.25; medium weight bologna bulls, 6-.7S; stock bulls, 5.506.50; milkers and springers, 50-75. Calves—Receipts 800; market steady to 50 cents lower; best calves, 11.50-12; fair to good, 10-11. Sheep and lambs—Receipts 5,000; market steady; best lambs, 9.50; best handy- weight sheep, 4-4.25; heavy fat sheep, 2.50-3; culls and common, 1-2.50. iHogs—Receipts JH500; market piroa 1 - pects lower. Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., NOV. 13.—(/P)—(Unlt- c-d States Department of Agriculture.)— Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. boxes U. S. No. 1, 2Va In. mln. Winter Bananas, .50; Delicious, .75-1.25. Celery—Mich, bunches dozens mammoth, .35-.40. Onions—50 Ib. sacks TJ. S. No. 1: Mich. Yellows medium size, .50-.60; large size, .60-.65. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Mich. Russet Rurals, 1.25-.35; Chlppewas, 1.45; washed, 1.60; Katahdlns, 1.40. his work theme Tuesday, Nov. 7. Ufr <w> Friday evening the enrollment iri the . class was 12 with the prospect of a, steady increase. Mrs. -LaOuire, who has ibeen recreational leader in Freesoii for the.ipast two years, has resigned her position. J. E\ Bennett left Friday, Nov. 10, on a hunting trip to Drummond Island. Detroit Poultry (Quotations In Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 13.—(/P)—Poultry- Market unsettled. Hens, 5 Ibs. up, 15; medium young hens, 12; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 11; cocks, 10; leghorn cocks, 8; Tpr^t cnvl vsernrc 1<\> ^r»lr,rorl cnHncrprtt 13' Rock springers, 15; colored springers, 13; leghorn springers. 12; hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. up, 20; torn turkeys, 15 Ibs. up, 17; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 13; geese, 13; rabbits, 9. * Detroit Dairy (Quotations In Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 13.—(/P)—Butter—Best creamery In tubs, 27-28. Eggs—Current receipts, 21; other grades, 15-16. e' giant, delicately-balanced mechanism which will house the 200- Inch mirror of the world's largest telescope is shown above as it neared completion at the Mount Palomar observatory, 69 miles north of San Diego, CaL The dome of the observatory will be completed early next year. The entire job is costing $6,000,000, nest Schwass, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schwass, Mrs. Gus FREESOIL Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rasmus- Phlllps Pete 41V4 Pullman 35'i Rncllo 6 Radio Kelth-Orp I 5 ,i) Rec Motor 2|' B Republic Steel .'. Wn Stl-Snn Fran Vz Scars-RoetJUCk 81% South Gal Edison 26 3 .i Rahn, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rahn, , - pnH . Mr. and Mrs. Ranold Thurow, I,.[ ,, n l „ c Mr. and Mrs. William Thurow sen moved from the L. Tobey j standard Brands^ 5% residence Thursday, Nov. 9, to the L. L. Stanley home. Alvin Hayward and two from Detroit have ar- Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langfeldt. Mr. and Mrs. William Pleiness Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Young, remain for deer hunting. Henry Grinnell returned Saginaw Wednesday, No'v. after spending several days at his home here. I Standard Gas & El 2% Standard Oil Cal 27V4 Standard Oil Ind Stand Oil N J 48 , Studebaker 9 . | Underwood El 45 tO ! Union Carbide 85% Union Pacific lOOVa to 8, United Corp 2% U S Steel 69 ','2 Yellow T & C 19 3 ,i Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy, Mr. | Thursday evening guests, 7 'itch, 322 North Rowe street, •eturned to her home in Lud- ngton on Sunday evening after pending the week-end in 'forth Custer at the home of irr son-in-law and daughter, vir. and Mrs. Roy Henry. Circle Meeting— Thcw theah circle of The Community church will meet at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at ',he home of Mrs. Robert Wayt, 107 North James street. Mrs. C. •'. Olmstead Jr. will act as co- .lostess. Announce Birth —Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Swan son, Route 1. Freesoil, announce the birth of a daughter, Marsha Mae, on f Thursday. The baby weighed eight and one-quarter pounds at birth. Mrs. Swanson and infant daughter are staying at 408 Second street. Returned Home —Harry Clark has returned to his home in Ludington after a vacation trip through Southern Michigan. While away, Mr. Clark 1 visited with relatives in Grand Rapids, Durand, Lennon and Farmington and with friends in Flint, Pontiac and Detroit. Hunting Trip — John Kistler and sons, Morris, Larry and Omar of Ludington and Max of Kalamazoo, accompanied by Norris Miller of Indiana, have left on a deer hunting trip to Drurnmond Island. John Kister, 82 years of age, has enjoyed nnny similar trips. Surgery—Mrs. Andrew Pearon, 614'/ 2 East Dowland street, s a patient in St. Mary's hos- >ital at Rochester, Minn., after laving undergone major snr-f ;cry at the Mayo clinic on Sat- irday. Mrs. Pearson was ac- jt :ompanied :by her daughter, <Irs. F. J. Reader Jr., of Scott- ille. Week-End—Mr, and Mrs W. and Mrs. Frank Benz, Mrs. John Pleiness, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martz, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rahn, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harmon. H. Maurice Butler, Henry Butler, R. C. Witte, Andrew Thompson, R. R. Witte, -Albert Storm, " 'Albert Lichte, Mrs. Floyd Timmons, Howard Colby, Elmer Peterson. Miss Ruth Brown, Nick Majewski, Mr. and Mrs. Elery Harmon, George Wagner, Mrs. Ronald VanDyke, J. E. Letts, Mrs. M. Scanlon, Carl Peterson, J. A. Lister, William Dostal, E. E. Olmstead. Nov. 9, of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe In Justice Court Stanley were Mr. and Mrs. William Sadowski of Manistee. ber Net change Today 72.7 Mr. and Mrs. Harry McUm- 'Month"ago'' 5 !..'." 74.1 and of Carr Settlement were Thursday, Nov. 9, of Mr. Mrs. Clifford Tubbs. MARKETS AND FINANCE Stock Averages. Nov. 13. (Compiled IJy The Associated Press) 30 '15 15 60 . Indust Balls Utll Stocks D.2 Unch D.I D.I 21.3 39.6 51.4 21.3 39.7 51.5 22.2 77.9 22.4 1939 High 77.0 23.8 1939 Low 58.8 1933 High 79.5 1938 Low 49.2 Movement in Kcccnt Years 1932 Low .. 17.5 8.7 23.9 -.4020 High 146.9 153.9 184.3 1027 LOW 51.6 95.3 61.8 Annoilnce Changes in SheUJtol Co. Recent changes, following resignation of Karl L. Ashbacker of this city as district distributor of the Shell , Oil Co., were announced today. Mr. Ashtoacker, district Shell Oil Co. distributor for the past 10 years, resigned effective Nov 1 to devote himself to his other business interests. Emil R. Ekstrom of this city formerly district salesman, assumes the duties of distributor in the Ludington area. P. J Louks is distributor at Fountain. Time Schedules Mail, Rail, Boat and Bus Pere Mfcfquette Paswntfef Trains . Westbound, arrive 11:25 a. m. Eastbound, leave 12:50 ft. m. Dally, except Sundays . Pere Maiqaette Carferries Lea*e for Milwaukee. Wls 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from -. Milwaukee 2:30 a. m., 9:30 a. Leave for Manltowoc, .4 p. m., 3:30 a. m. Wls. Arrive from Manltowoc 3:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Leave for Kewaunee, Wls. •*«>•• iP %. in* Additional sailings without regard to schedule. Dolly, Sundays Included Call dock office for dally information. All boats carry automobiles. Bus Lines Leave for Muskegon. etc. . .8:30 a. m., 12:30 p. m., 4:15 p. en Arrive from Muskegon, etc. ..10:50 a. m.; 4:05 p. m., 7:35 p. m Leave for Traverse City, etc 11 a. m., 4:15 p. m Arrive from Traverse City. etc. 11:59 a. m., 6 p. m Dally, Sundays Included Leave for Baldwin .5:30 p. m Outgoing Mail Weekdays Southbound mall (mall truck) • closes 9:30 a. m Eastbound , mall (train), connecting with north and south trains, closes 11:30 a. m Southbound (mall bus) OMA, .4 ...•.<.(.. tbou»dv (buh) OMMetiaK wltfc .....%».<!..330 D. IB. ___ i), Gcmtrf ••-— north and aouth trains. Outgoing 'nialt Bundayi' '(iSSil 'track) closes'..........J '.......5 p. a. Incoming Mall Weektejw . From south (moll truck) ...•,...! a. m. torn east (train) ..........11:45 «. ft. .. ,.- - , — .jn. f^rtll >fci'iji 4n4ft A VM r rotn Botiui : {iiuui uus j ...... w*w •* m. From east (bus) 9:40 p. m. ncoriiing man, ainuliy* (mall truck) .... t.................,, .930 «. Hfc .. Pere Marqnette Passenger Trains ?rom;«a*t, arrive 11:10 a. m. Eastbound, leave 1:03 p, m. • • • Bos Lines Leave for Traverse City, etc. ...11:1S a. m., 4:30 p. m. etc.. . . .-. • • r..* : .Ji:ia m. a. Arrive from Traverse City. ... etc ............. 11:45 a. m., 730 p. m. Leave for , {Aldington ....11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Ludlng- ton ..11:15 a. m., 5:45 p. m., 7:15 p. m. Leave for Baldwin. ........... 5:45 p, m. Arrive from Baldwin ............ 9 p. m. Outgoing Mall Northbound mail (mall truck)., / closes ............ .. ...... ..7:30 ft. m. Southbound mail (mail truck) • , •,, 9:15 a. m. Westbound (train) closes ..10:40 a.itn, Eastbound (train), connecting with north and south trains, . .••. closes ........... ..... ....13:40 pi m. Eastbound: (bus), connecting with north and south trains, closes ......... . ...... ....... 5i30 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes A....3 p; m. Incoming Mall . Froth south (mall truck) . . . .8:30 a. m. Arrives from east (train) ....11:10 a. m. Arrives from west (train) ....1:02 JJ. at. Arrives from west (bus) ..... 6:00 p. m. Chicago Potatoes (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO, 111., Nov. 13.— (fP) —(United States Department of Agriculture.)— Potatoes—Receipts 337, on track 470, total U. S. shipments Friday 763, Saturday 526, Sunday 45; market, Nebraska Triumphs dull, slightly weaker undertone. Idaho Russets barely steady, other.vari- eties all sections, unsettled; supplies heavy, demand slow; sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1, few sales,, 1.70-2; U. S. No. 2, 1.25; Nebraska Eliss Triumphs 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1 burlap sacks unwashed, few sales, ].62'/2-.65; U. S. No. 1 washed, 2.05; cotton sacks washed, 80 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, few sales, 1.75-.80; North Dakota Red River Valley section Cobblers, 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.05-1.15; Bliss Triumphs 15 to 90 percent, U. S. No. 1, 1.20-.30; showing decay, 1.10; Early Ohlos, 85 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.10-.15; Wisconsin Round Whites U. S. No. 1, 1.20; Katahdlns U. S. No. 1, 1.40. /Ulnins Express Am Can NKW YORK STOCKS (1:30 !'. M. Prices) Am Smelt cfe Ref \ a'd 109 51 '4 lf>8 : ',!i Am Trl it Tel Am Wat vVKs Anaconda ......................... 31 5 ;, Armour of 111 ...... ... , ............ 6'.'« Auburn Auto ...,...,•; ........ . ... 3% Aviation Corporation . ....... ..... 8>' ri Borden .......................... 20^:, I Cblunii't & Hecla . . .' ............. 8''i '. Ches & Ohio ' Peter Nejka, 53, Custer, Route 2, pleaded guilty and was fined $10 and costs of $8.85 when arraigned this morning before Justice Henry Seeba on a charge of having two muskrats in his possession. Nejka was arrested Sunday by conservation officers. Unable to pay the fine, he is serving a 15- day jail sentence. ....;.. ......... . ^ Chrysler ............. : ............ 87 Colum G & El .................... G"' n Com'wltli South ................. i:ig Curtlss Wvluht IP: street, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hartman returned on , Sunday evening to their homes after spending the week-end in Ypsilanti where they were guests at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. VandenBelt, George Helvey and C. Alfred Rice. The group attended the Michigan- Minnesota football game at Ann Ar.bor and enjoyed their seventh annual turkey dinner at the Helvey home. Miss Betty Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, accompanied them and has returned to studies at Michigan State Detroit Edison 123". Elcc P & L ^^ General Elcc 38=1) Gen Foods 44 Gcncrad Mot 55'f. Hudson -Mot G 5 i Int Harvest 02^^ Int Nlok Can Int Tel & Tel 39? Konni'coit Corp .................. 39'/i LlRg & Myers B ................... 99V> Marshall Field .................... I5i[j Masonlte Corp ................... 38'.4 Montgomery Ward ................ 54 Motor Wheel ...................... 17 Nash-Kclvlnator .................. 7 National Biscuit .................. 22% N'atiojvil I>:scult .„ ____ i ........... 22% Mat! Power & Lifiht ............. •. . 8';, New York Central ................ 195;! North American ..,.,... .......... 22'b Packard .......................... 3% Penney (J C) ..................... 89=j Phelps Dodge ..................... 40 Year 15.7 23.5 12.1 39.0 37.1 40.6 33.7 37.8 24.9 52.1 53.6 53.9 41.G 54.7 33.7 THE MARKETS 169 157.7 61.8 Light red kidney beans $3.90 Dark red kidney beans $3.90 Dark cranberry beans $1.90 Light cranberry beans $2.40 White pea beans $2.60 Yelloweye beans $2.50 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and upV. 9o Heavy hens 12c Plymouth Hock springers. under 4 Ibs 12c. Colored springers, 4 Ibs. nnd up ; 100 Grain Shelled corn, bu 56c Oats, bu 35c Wheat, tax; 75c Produce Eggs 28c Hides Beef, Ib Be Horse, per hide $3.50 Denton Harbor Produce . (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Nov. 15.-t (if) —Prices paid on the fruit market here Sunday for 6.504 packages were: Apples—Bushels, No. 1, 2'/2 In., Delicious, .75-.95; Baldwins. :50-.60; Stay- mans, .65-.7CI; Northern Spys, .60-.75; 2'i in., Grimes Golden, .50-.GO; Jonathans, .60-.90. Cabbage—Pound, l',-i-2 cents. Potatoes—No. 1 Russet Rurals, 1.10-.25. Pecans—Pound, wholesale, .16; retail, .20. Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 13.— (IP)— Cattle—Rc- Plciss, 410 East Court street, iturned to their home after >cnding the week-end in De- •oit and Ann Arbor. At Ann rbor, where they visited their n, Walter Jr., at the Univer- ty of Michigan, they attended .e 'Michigan-Minnesota foot- ill game, played on Saturday ternoon. To Ypsilanti—Mr. and Mrs. . C. Conrad returned to their me at Ypsilanti after having en the guests, since Thursy, of Mr. and Mrs. George '.rsons, 208 North William •eet. Mrs. Conrad is a sister of r. Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Con- .d came to Ludington to at- nd funeral services for Mr. nirad's sister, Mrs. John Pol- n, of Summit. / Attend Game — Among the '•ge number of Ludington per•is who attended the Mlch- xn-Mlnnesota football game Ann Arbor on Saturday were \ f. and Mrs. K. B. Matthews' id daughter, MlsS' Sally, of 3 East Ludington avenue, ac- I >mpanied by Mrs. George B aapp, 210 North James street; £• ,S n< L Mrs - Grarmen Winey, 7 North Washington avenue; .:. and Mrs. R. A. Ostrander, 0 North Washington avenue, •id Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Read : Hamlin lake. Returned Home — Mr. and || vlrs. Gail G. Owen and daugh- ...a Mae,,JaJLO, East Loomis Mreet; Mr. and,,|. Mrs. Frank /Johnson, 306 North Harrison loge. PENTWTER THEATRE TONIGT AND TUESDAY Dangerdrew him as a magnet draws PHONE 721 For Quality Coals! GRENADIER •LUMP •FURNACE •RANGE Dorothy Coal • LUMP PATHFINDER • LUMP «EGG Whether we're delivering a ton or a carload of coal, our customers are always assure^ of prompt, efficient and courteous service. . . .why don't you try a load of our coal? Chicago Poultry (Quotations In Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 13.—(/P)—Poultry— Receipts live, 4 cars, 33 trucks; market, turkeys firmer, others steady; hens, 4','2 Ibs. up, I4>,i: under 4'/ 2 Ibs., 11',4; leghorn hens, 10; broilers. 2V 2 Ibs. and under colored, IS'/al Plymouth Rock, 18; White Rock, 18; leghorn broilers, 2 Ibs. and under, 14; leghorn springs, over 2 Ibs., 10; sprines, 4 Ibs. up colored, 12; Plymouth Rock, 13; White Rock, 13>' 2 ; under 4 Ibs. colored, 13; Plymouth Rock, 15; White Rock, 15; bareback chickens, 10i' 2 ; roosters, 10; ducks, 4V 2 Ibs. up colored, 12; white, 12' /2 ; small colored, 10; small white, 10; geese, over 12 Ibs., ll', 2 ; 12 Ibs. and down, 13\/ 2 ; turkeys, toms, old, 14; young. 16', 2 ; hens, 19'/ 2 ; capons, 7 Ibs. up, 19; under 7 lljs., 17. Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 13.—(/P)—Butter—Receipts 1,173,010, (two days); market stcaciy; creamery-93 score, 29%-30',ii; 92, 2C',V, 91, 28',:,; 90. 27','.,; 89, 26>/4; 88, 25'' 2 ; 90 centralized rarlots, 27Vz-%. Eggs—Receipts 4,728, (two days); market steady; Ircsh graded, extra firsts, 27; firsts. 24 Va; current receipts, 21; refrigerator extras, 18', 2 ; standards, 18 l ,i - Ursts, 17',' 2 . Freesofl Fay LaGuire is instructing' in handicraft and electricity at CCC Camp Stronach. He began ICHT COUGHS Quickly checked without "dosing' r .PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS BUYER'S INDEX READ f THE ADS* Your Progressive Merchants Show You Where to Shop and How You Can Save Money. LOOK THE ADS OVER .. . YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THEM! Dan Soli and Co. PHONE South end of Washington Ave. b 721 "dnce Coaled by us_Nevet'Cold ALEMITE OIL AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE Auto Repair Bill! LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Phono 600 W. Loomis Street Free 'Bear Alignment' Check On All Cars at the BEAR SHOP 604 E. Dowland Phone 227 OLD DUTCH GASOLINE "High Octane by Actual Test" Suburban Service Station Lud. Ave, St. eres THERE ARE FOUR of tobaccos found in Me more popular cigarettes, namely. .. Bright, Maryland; Burley and Turkish. ALL THESE TOBACCOS except Turkish (which is bought direct from the planters in Turkey and Greece) and Maryland (which is bought through sealed bids tinder government supervision) are bought at public auction, just like any other auction' whefeyduifhi|ht have bought in a table or a chair. AT THE AUCTION SALE the tobacdd is piled in baskets weighing from about 100 to 500 pounds ahcil each purchaser buys all of hisxtobaccos by competitive bidding for the particular piles he wants. THE CHESTERFIELD BUYERS buy mei best of these mild ripe tobaccos for the Chesterfield blend. And it is Chesterfield's Combination... the right amounts of Burley and Bright... just enough Maryland... ind just enough Turkish—that makes the big difference between Chesterfield and other cigarettes. IT IS BECAUSE of this that Chesterfields are C&QLE&, a BETTER TASTE and are MILDER. They are made best cigarette tobaccos. You can't a better cigarette. •trli MAKE YOUR NEXT PACK CHESTERFIELD . "! Copyright 1959, LICC1TT ft'Mrni TOBACCO Co.

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