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THURSDAY, NOV. 16,1939. iTHE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE THREE 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. Choir—The choir of Grace Episcopal church will meet for rehearsal at 7 o'clock this evening in the church. IT-A—The Parent - Teacher association of St. Simon's school will meet at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the school auditorium. Rehearsal — The choir of Emanucl Lutheran church will meet for rehearsal at 7:30 o'clock this evening at Luther hall. Guests—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Case of Battle Creek arrived in Ludington recently to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sprague, 406 East Filer street. Entertainment —Members of Ludington lodge No. 87, Rebek- ahs, will be entertained at 8 o'clock Friday evening in I.O.O.F. hall. A door prize will be awarded. Bible Study—Bible study will be held at-St. John's Lutheran! church at 8 o'clock tonight. The j meeting, which will take place i in the school hall, is open to j everyone. Announce Birth — Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Caswell, 504 East Loom is street, announce the birth of a daughter, at Paulina , Stearns hospital, on Wednesday j night. i Card Party—The Ludington | Grover Cleveland club will .sponsor a card party at 8 o'clock Friday evening in the Danish hall. All members of the club and their friends are cordially '' invited to attend. ! Stamp Club—TlTc Ludington j Stamp club will meet at the | home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward j Baillargeon, 207 South Washing- j ton av&iue, at 8 o'clock this i evening. Any person interested in ; the activities of a s;:amp club is i cordially invited to attend this j meeting. ; lu Escanaba—Mrs. Albert j Palm, accompanied by her son,] Albert Jr., was called on Nov. 10,'j to E.scanaba by the death of her | lather, J. F. Carlson. Funeral j services for Mr. Carlson were' held on Monday. Mrs. Palm j and Albert Jr. will return to; their home at 405 East Filer, .street late this week. j Rummage Sale—A rummage ! .sale will be sponsored by the' Parent-Teacher association of I St. Simon's school at 9:30 o'clock! Saturday morning, Nov. 18, in j the 1 Roohrig building. South j James .street. Anyone wishing to! contribute articles for the salt- is j'd to call 124 before Saturday. The urUelo will be called Carl Sorenson, resident of Ludington for 24 years and for a long time an employe of the Pere Marquette Railway carfer- ry lines, passed away today in the Marine hospital at Chicago, where he had 'been a patient since April 20. He was 55 years of age. Mr. Sorenson was born in Denmark on April 19, 1884, and spent his early life in that country. Before moving to Ludington he had made his home in Nebraska for 12 years. He was affiliated with the Danish Lutheran church of Ludington and was a member of the Danish Brotherhood. Preceded in death in 1920 by his wife, Anna, Mr. Sorenson is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Johnston of Amber township; two sons, Louis of Riverton and Carl of Muskegon; a brother, Louis Sofenson of Ludington, and four grandchildren. The body is being returned to Ludington today in the Dorrell funeral coash. Arrangements for the funeral services will be announced later. Mrs. Will Genson Feted on Birthday VICTORY.— Mrs. Will Genson was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening, Nov. 8, with a party given by Mr.s. Doyle Thompson in honor of her birthday. A supper was served with several birthday cak;es being features. Mrs. Genson received many beautiful gifts. GuesLs were Mr. and Mrs. V. Mott of Caster, Mrs. S. Mott of Kalkaska, Mr. and Mrs. R. Brown and children of Victory, L. Mayor of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanson and daughter of Victory, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rader of Ludington, Mr. and Mr.s. Dole Thompson and son. Henry, of Victory; Mr. and Mrs. F. Micke- vich of Creamery Corners, Mr. and Mr.s. Hilding Swanson and sons, Carl and Stuart, of Sugar Grove; Mrs. W. Marcellus of Scottville, Earl Laude of Hiding- ton, Mrs. Ray Stakenas of Lincoln River, Mr. and Mrs. F. Nickles of Elm Flats, Joe Micke- vich of Fountain. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Thompson and son and the Genson family. Meeting Held by SEE "HONEST ABE" SECOND TIME • Casterlin "Lincoln" McVVade Dennis Casterlin, 92, left, and F. J. McWade, 92, right, meet Abraham Lincoln for the second time in their lives in Philadelphia, Pa. This time, however, the great emancipator is really Raymond Massey, actor and portrayer of Lincoln on stage and screen. The first time, the two aged Civil war veterans met Lincoln on the batt'efield of Gettysburg, Sears-Roebuck 82% Sou th Cnl Edison ; 26Tu Standard Brands 5' J /4 Standard Oil Cal 26-lb Standard Oil Ind 263,!, Standard Oil N J 46% Studcbaker 9 Yellow T & C 2QI/B Union Carbide 87>/ z United Corp 2»u U S Steel 71'/4 Stock Averages, Nov. 16 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 00 Indust Rails Utll Stocks Net rlinnso ... A.4 A.2 A. 2 A.3 Today ... ...... 73.3 Previous day .. 72.9 Month :igo ____ 75.4 Year ago" ...... 76.2 193D High ..... 77.0 1939 Low ...... 58.8 1938 High ..... 79.5 1938 Low ...... 49.2 Movement In Recent Years 1932 Low ...... 17.5 8.7 23.9 1929 High ..... 14C.9 153.9 184.3 1927 Low ...... 51.6 95.3 61.8 21.5 21.3 23.1 21.8 23.8 15.7 23.5 12.1 39.9 39.7 39.5 36.3 40.6 33.7 37.8 24.9 THE HlARKiEJS 51.8 51.5 53.2 52.4 53.9 41.0 54.7 33.7 16.9 157.7 61.8 LOCAL. Light red kidney beaqs ............ $3.75 Dark red kidney beans ............ $3.75 D;a-k cranberry beans ............. $1.90 Light cranberry beans ............ $2.40 White pea beans .................. $2.45 Yelloweye beans .................. $2.50 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up ......... 9a Heavy hens ......................... 12c Plymouth Rock springers. under 4 Ibs ....................... 12o Colored springers, 4 Ibs. and up ...................... 10o Grain Shelled corn, bu .................... 56c Oats, bu ............................. 35c Wheat, bu .......................... 7Sc Produce Eggs ................................ 28c Hides Beef, Ib .............................. Bo Horse, per hide ................... $3.50 Potatoes—Receipts 95, on track 423, total U. B. shipments 738; market steady, supplies rather heavy, demand better: sacked per r.wt. Idaho Busset Burbanks U. S. No. 1, 1.75-.85; U. S. N6. 2, 1.25; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, burlap sacks. 1.95; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs B5 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, unwashed burlap sacks, 1.45-.55: cotton sacks, 1.55; North Dakota Red River Valley section Cobblers, 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.07V2-.10; Bliss Triumphs 80 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.10; Minnesota Red River Valley Early Ohios U. S. Commercials, 1.10. Chicago Dairy (Quotations In Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 16.— (ff>)— Butter—Receipts 530,587; market steady; prices unchanged. Eggs—Receipts 4,580; market steady; refrigerator extras, 173,4; standards, 17',-;'. firsts, 10%; other prices unchanged. . I Pioneer Sketches Of Mason County Saginaw Beans (Quotations i'n Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW. Mich., Nov. 16.—OF)— Michigan Bean Shippers' Association Thursday prices: Handpicked pea beans, per cwt., 2.45; handpicked red kidneys, .dark, 3.75; light, 3.75; handpicked yel- er'S word for it. He IS a VOlun- | loweyes, 2.50; handplcked choice re- tary 'exile and, he explained/leaned cranberries, light, 2.40; dark, "there's nothing I had in Vien- ' ' BIGGEST now! Chicago Poultry (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Nov. 16.—(/P)—Poultry— Receipts live, 48 trucks; mafket, springs firm, balance steady; springs, 4 Ibs. up colored, 13; White Rock, 14; geese, over 12 Ibs., 12',i; 12 Ibs. and down, 14',i; other prices unchanged. na that I can't have here. "In Vienna we had a trio that met every two weeks to play Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 16.^(/P)—(United States Department of Agriculture.) — The name of John Mavis, 79, has been added to the honorary membership list of Mason County's Historical society. Mr. and Mrs. Mavis came here from Ohio in 1902. When a child, Mr. Mavis attended the same school that Solomon Durham, Mrs. Charles Phelan and Mrs. E. E. Kobe had attended in Ohio. I Mrs. Mavis died two years j ago. They had-six children, all of whom are married. Mr. Mavis now makes his Chamber music. I played the I Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. boxes violin, a Vienna surgeon played tT. S._NO. i, 2 ./ 2 in. mm. winter_Bananas, the piano and we had a cellist. "In Chicago we also have a trio —and we have a better cellist, a Cook county brain surgeon. Both the Vienna surgeon and I are in that trio." Dr. Schiller, who canie here for the Midwest Clinical society, is now on the Cook hospital staff. .50; Delicious, .75-1.25; R. I. Greenings, .50-.S5; Hubbnrdstons, .60-.75; Jonathans, .75- 85; Mclntosh, .75-1.15; Spys, .75-1.10; Wageners, .40-.60; 2'/4 in. min. Delicious. .50-.85; Grimes, .50; Jonathans, .50-.85. Celery—Mich, bunches dozens jbo, .25; mammoth, .35-.40. Onions—50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. l: Mich, yellows, medium size, .50-.00; few large, DO YOU LACK PEP? VOU cannot fight the battles of life an_d hold your own if you do not feel well and "peppy." If you feel weak and tire easily, you will find Dr. Pierce's _ Golden Medical Discovery , ' • a beneficial tonic. It stLmtJMes the appetite and increases the flow-of-gastric juice, thus aiding digestion of food, and so helps build you up. Charles A. Smith, 1331 Williamson St., Madison, Wis., says: "I have used Dr. Pierce's Gplden Medical Discovery for myself and for th? children, with excellent results. It increases your appetite and helps to build you up so that you feel fit." ASK your druggist todar for it in liquid or tablets. Trade with your BLUE RIBBON MERCHANT and you'll realize how true this statement really is. Coffee Chase & Sanborn, in new silver pkg;., Ib. home with a son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mavis of Lincoln River. A son, Guy, lives on the home place; Loren in Saginaw, Geraid in .Hillsdale and two daugh- Auburn Auto tens, Mr.s. Elmer Peterson and Mr:>. Julius Chavalia in Lud^ ington. Mr. Mavis pioneered here in FINANCE NEW YORK STOCKS (1:30 P. M. Prices) Adams Express Am Can mi,:, Am Smi-lt .V; Rot 51 7 » Am Trl & Tel IGO'/r, Am Wat Wks .... ]2'/ 8 Aimcondii 32','i Armour of 111 Aviation Corporntlo Bordcn CiilmiU'l fc Ilt-cla Chcs & Ohio Chrysler Colum G <•:-. Kl the growing of dewberries, a' cmn'with south Ext.Pnsion niub" Lci:opl ' t ' uat now sells anmmllvl£"'•"«« wn K i»t jbXbejiMun vnuu for lhous;uuls of dollan . Hc sc -_ cured 900 plants from a small U>ek-Kml Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Owen and Gerald Rowo of Luu- s|>i'iit the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mr.s. Clyde D. Rowe, 20G North Robert .street. After enjoying a hunting trip to Honor on Sunday, Mr. Howe, Mr. Owen,! Gerald Rowe and Neil Owen en- j joyed dinner at the Rowe home j with Mr.s. Rowe. Mr.s. Owen and] Mr.s. Neil Owen. EAST RIVERTON.- -The Rive mot » fcv t..v ........ ~ 4 .i.*.., *...*. .v * -- -- Langfekit' Wediiesda,y,"Nov/8,'fui ; '! ? crc ?' 9 nc y™ 1 ''? .sales of dew"-", j'it an all-day meeting. A delicious dinner ft,!,™ 1 }, c'.<n.,rai CAST RIVERTON.--The East, " . , / T llum ll Kmau N" 1 ",'- 11 f j "' ( ' /prton Ladies' Extension club | P^ch started by George Merril j <£» ; ^, t at the home of Mrs. Marie! and increased his crop to 12 i,,t H:\ ..'.'.'.'.': joyed. The lesson was was en- iven by the berries broimht him $1,000. He learned the shoemaker's leaders and the next, meeting will benefit. trade in his youth and still, M , 1Koniu . Con) plies the trade for his family's j Moni K omi-ry ward Uug & MVITS B M'li-hlr.ill l-'icltl . ! MasuniU' Corp. Freesoii Feted at Parly Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Gurnsey were cullers Tuesday morning at the E. M. Stephens home. Mr.s. Gurnsey was honoree at a birthday party while on their recent visit to Pontiac, Saginaw and Lansing. The party was Kiven by her son and daughter- in-law in Pontiac. Members of her family from Toledo were present. Mrs. Gurnsey received many lovely gifts from these and other guests. They have been entertaining visitors since returning home. Mr. and Mrs. John Gurnsey and .son, Ira, of Manton, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gurnsey and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tiffiny and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Marcellus and son of Victory spent Monday with them. Since Ferd Marcellus is an expert at playing bones and Henry Gurnsey plays the violin, a happy musical evening was enjoyed. Harry Tobey is ill. Ralph Tobey of Greenville is one of the hunters'in this vicinity. Gingrich brothers of Grand Rapids are hunting in this vicinity. Cecil Miller shredded corn for Clare Tubbs Monday. Helen Bennett of Ludington visiited Freesoii and Manistee Monday evening. Ray Dole of Kalamazoo, who accidentally inflicted upon himself a shot wound in the shoulder just after daylight Wednesday morning, has resided in Freesoii at times between intervals of residence in Kalamazoo. be held the second week of DC- comber at the home of Mrs. Beatrice Cole. Mr.s. Louisa Wilson joined the club at this meeting. Mr. and Mr.s. Laurence Selby and children, Jackie Lou and Kenneth, Ellis Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole and son, Billie; Ellsworth Selby and son, Harold, were entertained at Sunday dinner, Nov. 12, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rathbun. j Motor Wheel Nash Kelvlnntor He is a clever woodworker l National ui.-cuit .. and fashions delightful w cll- N " 11 Powtr ^ L 'K ht made toys and furniture from ! N ,"y,i, Y " r ^,S™^' Hl small squares of hardwood with a jackknife. He loves to play the violin and accordion and sing old- time songs. , Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: COlinty | Ida. Russet Burbanks, 2.10-2.20; Mich. i Russet Rurals, 1.25-1.35; Chippewas, ! 1.40; washed. 1.60; cotton sacks large sUe. 1.90-2; Green Mts., 1.40; Katahdins, 1.40; Maine Chippewas, 2.10-2.15; 15 Ib. paper sacks Chippewas and Katahdins, .33-.3S; la. 10 Ib'. sacks Russets, .24. Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT. Nov. 16.—(/P)—Cattle—Receipts 300; market steady. Good to choice yearlings. 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; common butcher cattle, 5-6; canner and cutter cows, 3.25-4.50; bi-st butcher bulls. 6.50-7; best heavy weight bologna bulls, G.25-.75; milkers 20r b nnd ppringi-rs. 50-75. 7^1 Calves—Receipts 250; market steady. .. 42% Best calves, 12.5U; fair to good, 10.50-12; .. 88% si-coiidSj 8-10.50; culls and common, 4-8. 7 Sheep and lambs—Receipts 1,400; mar.. I 3 a ki-t steady. Best lambs, 9.50; heavy fat • •• lOTii l.Hhofp. 2.50-3. ..124 I Hugs—Receipts 700; market prospscts .. R I 15 to 20 cent;: lower. Previous, G.35 .. 3'J':i ciuwmvard to 5.25. .. 54--'., 40'.'., 99% 1G 37% 55% IGTii 7 22*;, Chamber School Extension Club Meets The extension club met with Mrs. Charlotte Gustafson Thurs- Center Riverton Club Organized A Center Riverton girls' 4-H club has been organized under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Gerbers. All will be first year work as it is several years since the girls have had a 4-H club. Packard 3T U Pmney (J C) 90V B Plielps Dodge 40% Philips Pete ...' 41 Pullman 30 Radio ST' 3 Ri-c Motor 2'a I Republic Stcrl 24% tfctruit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 10.— (ff)-— Poultry-^ Market steady; hens, 5 Ibs. up, 15; medium young hens, 12; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 11; cocks, 10; leghorn cocks, 8 Rock springers, 15; colored springers, 13 leghorn springers. 12; hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. up, 22; torn turkeys. 15 Ibs. up, 18 ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 13; geese, 13 rabbits, 9. PENTWATER THEATRE TONIGHT Double Feature Otto Kruger, Oiia Munson, Linda Winters and John Dilson In "SCANDAL SHEET" —Also— Charles Bickford, Doris Nolan, John Litel and Samuel S. Hinds "ONE HOUR TO LIVE" Friday-Saturday Nov. 17-18 NOTE—-Here is the season's outstanding war thriller. See scenes of the German Submarine and crew landing their charge on Scottish shores. Of the fleet in action. And of the sinking of the captured vessel by the German officers own submarine. Pumpkin Spice \ Mince Meat Citron Glazed (Cranberry Sauce Sweet Potatoes Baking Powder Brooms Defiance, for pies like mother used to make, . • <f fkg No. 2'/4 can AW Pumpkin Pie, can 9 oz. pkg. Orange, Lemon and Mixed Peel, per pkg. Cherries and Pineapple, pkg. Minot, can Taylor, Vacuum Packed, can Clabber Girl, 10 oz. can Daisy, colored handle, 5 sewed, each Soap 2 large bars Peanuts Apple Sauce Catsup Fresh roasted, 2 Ibs. Defiance, No. 2 can Snider's, 14 oz. bottle 25c 9c 15c Detroit Dairy (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 16.—(/P)—Butter—Best creamery in tubs, 27',4-29',4. Eggs—Current receipts, 22; dirties, 16 checks, 15. ill .3.1 Chicago i'olatoes (Quotations in Dolfars and Cents) CHICAGO, 111., Nov. 16.— (ff')—( United States Department of Agriculture.)— day, Nov. 9. Lesson and dis-1 Officers of the club are: cussion was on "Bedspreads." Luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon. Present were Mesdames Mary Thompson, Clara Rosenow, Ora Biggie, Rosalind Thompson, Neil President, Shirley Gerbers; vice president, Anna Talsma; secretary, Elaine Peck and treasurer, Carol Gerbers. Miss Rosella Silvis, who is employed at the Carl Schwass Smith, Mary Andersen and home in East Riverton, spent Charlotte Gustafson. Mrs. Beyer.Sunday, Nov. 12, at the home was a visitor. O f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDonald, ^virgSnia^Gerbers was a sup- (*unn Lake Mrs. E. V. Isenbarger has returned to Qunn lake after a two weeks' visit with relatives in North Manchester and South Bend, Ind. Representative and Mrs. Rupert Stephens of Scottville were at their Qunn lake cottage, Kuman-go, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schcr- er and sons, William Jr. and Lawrence, of Hartford, are .spending the opening week of the deer hunting season in the Oriole cottage at Qunn lake. Harry Breusch of Meade is cutting stove wood f;or E. V. Isenbarger in the Qunn lake woods. Mr. -and Mrs. Roy Setty of the Gunn Lake hotel report that all their hotel accommodations and cotto.ges have been reserved for the season by deer hunters. The William A. Tobey cottage and family of Hart were Sunday visitors, -Nov. 12, at the B. Peterson home. Mrs. L. Olson and son called at the Peterson home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hilton and children and Mrs. Grace Coleman and children of Ludington spent Sunday, Nov. 12. at the Dahlquist-Gustafson home. Ferd Mc'Clellan and daughter. Ruth, attended funeral services for their granddaughter and niece, little Marlene Haynes of Ludington, at Dorrell chapel Monday, Nov. 6. Others who attended from here were Mrs. B. Peterson, Earl Lexaw and Otto Kolberg. is occupied by deer hunters from Benton Harbor and other Gunn lake cottages have been reserved by deer hunters. Out of each dollar of operating revenues, United States railroads in 1938 paid 46.5 cents for labor. per guest of Catherine Ada Murphy Friday, Nov. 10. Mr. and Mrs. John Lichte spent Sunday, Nov. 12, with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Anderson, and family, of Victory township. COME HERE FOR THE TOGGERY K. L. ASHBACKEE & SONS CONRAD VElDt VALERIE HOBSON SEBASTIAN SHAW Screen play by Enteric Preiibvrger Directed by Michael Powell A Columbia Picture Also Added Shorts Pels Naptha, 10 bars 43? TM WEARING A TRACK HlFOR? FOOTBALL MM\ l ' Chicago Becomes Vienna for Him OMAHA, Neb. — (/P)— Things aren't so bad in America and you can take Dr. Walter Schill- Navajo Indians in the Canyon de Chelly, one of the remote southwestern national monuments, have a unique way of communicating with one another. Cut off by deep ravines, they send messages to friends by a series of howls, pitched at tones and in intervals that conform to a code. Lakes in loughs. Ireland are called I WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR •SALT "SUNDRIES • PAPER BAGS • WRAPPING PAPER • GUM • TAPE ' • TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY STEVE GODIN Wholesale Only ' ' - ' • '-.I*''-', • "Last year, I used to shiver through the football season. But no-more Summer underwear for me, thank you. When the team comes out,, I'm all set for comfort in IlANES middleweight WINTER SETS." HANES WINTER SETS give you outdoor warmth with indoor comfort. You feel right, too . . . with the gentle, athletic support of the HANESKNIT Crotch-Guard. Convenient^ bulloiiless vent. Select one of the popular WINTER SET styles. See your IlANES Dealer today. P. II. llancs Knitting Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. i . HANES WINTER SETS 50 t » 79 THt (jMHMENT Hull Shorls Wear a slecivelcng or ahort-tilcevo miiidle- •wciglit uiuleruhirt. Then cluiono n pulr of Crotch-Guard Wind-Shields (figure nUove) v Knit Sliorla, or Crqt«b- Quiird Shorts. Combed yurn ... or V)% wool. HANES HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION J| Ankle-length legs. or ttliorl uleuveH. Nothing to pincli or |iu|l ut dlioul- I|«TH, crutch or under uriutt. 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! Cherries :• Pears Lima Beans Beans Red, 5 oz. bottle Keiffer, No. 2 l /i can Seaside, No. 2 can Whole green, v Little Quaker, No. 2 can ^VEGETABLES- 'Oranges Grapefruit Cauliflower Cabbage {Squash 288 size, California Valencia^, doz. Texas Seedless large heads solid heads, Ib. Hubbard, hard, Ib. waxed , Ib. -MEATS— Order that THANKSGIVING POULTRY NOW. We will have a nice quality line of TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS and CHICKENS. Groceries-Meats-Beer Domestic and Imported Wines Open Evenings & Holidays SERV-U-WELt GROCERY W. Ludinuton Ave. Phone 593 YOU WON'T BELIEVE THE THERMOMETER WHEN YOU GET INTO HANES UNDERWEARI W«'v« got your fix* ... Com* and g*t Iff LUNDE and SHELDON "Store for Dad and PLAY SAFE! LINE-UP WITH BEAR! Free Check On Your Car THE BEAR SHOP 604 E. Dowiand ' Phone 227 ALEMITE OH. AND LUBRICANTS DECREASE i Auto Repair Blue LUDINGTON AUTO SALES Pbone 60Q W. Loonu> 8tr*#« j: (Beef Pot Roast Pork Steak Pork Lion Roast Pork Chops Beef Ribs Ib. Lean shoulder cuts, ; Ib.. 2 to 3 Ib. av. Ib. 'le'an cuts, Ib. Ib. Your Blue Ribbon Stores ' JOS.'W. slLLNER " ^ WRtPji'S GROCERY 839 Second Street 2Q8 S. : WW4[son ELMER ABRAHAMSOU 402 S. Washington, Ave. Phone 8tt . E. DUTCH & co. 317 S, James Street Phone 3 • , ..1*. - .si ., . THE .fcCUNOMY FQOP MARKET 1018 S. Madison St. . : . Phone 195 AUSTROM & ANDERSON ' : ' *

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