The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 17, 1939 · Page 7
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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, November 17, 1939
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FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN Get The Profitable Habit Of Reading Thru The Want Ads Daily 1 PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER Business Opportunities 38 STOHK AND FII.UNG STATION—Pint's I locution on US-Ill. Owner leaving stale. A real opportunity for iinniodi- al« wile. Home Realty Co., Km. 8, Nat'l Hank of I.ii(liiii;(oii nidg. LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line lor consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines J .81 f .72 | One day, 3 lines 36 .30 , AtlverlisiiiR ordered Tor Irrcenlar In- sol-lions lakes the one time insertion rale; no ad taken for less than basis ot three lines. Count six averaRC 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 nrtlered for three or six days and stoppeil before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Hate per line for white space is the same as s» ;'«o of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Financial Money to Loan—Mortgages CUT KI.OWKUK—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordine, 810 E. Ludington Ave. 1MONKV—Loaned to tanners at lowest i eost In History of I'CA for farming purposes, office Hours: Monday and Tiif.sday forenoons. <;r;ui<l Rapids Production Credit Ass'n, Oceana County SVRS. Hank Hiilj;., Hurl, Mich. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Vehicles KRKSH COWS—for sale. Registered Holsteins, choice of 20. Also Registered Holslein bull, l'^ yrs. old, ready for service. Johannes Anderson, It. 1, Krcesoil. GOOD (;UKItNSHY—Milk cow with calf by side. See C. M. Fisher or Hriggs MacArlhur Imp. Co., Scoltville. SF.VKUA1, GOOD—Farm hoisrs. All ages, weights and piiees. See C. M. Fisher or Itriggs M.icArtluir Imp. Co.. Scollville. Goats for Sale Personals NOTirr,—I'nsilivi'ly IKI (rrspa.ssing on | our propi-rly ill See. '£G and 2~i, Amber I Township, .lohn Conrad, George Con- ' i.ul, Alic- I'itlanl and Koy I'illard. MF.N! WANT VIM 1 . 1 TAKK RAW OYS- 'I'KIl roneentrales and other invigor- ' alors in OSTIIKX tablets, to pep up j whole body iiiiick! $1.0(1 si/e, today | K!"c. If not delighted with results first; package, maker refunds this price. You don't risk a penny. Vail, write Sail I mark's Pharmacy. Strayed, Lost, round 10 MILK GOATS'—For sale, cheap. D-X Gas Sl.ilioii. I mi. 1C. \\a]ii;illa. Poultry and Supplies 1-N(;I.ISII ItAUON—White Leghorn pul-| lets and ve.irlings for sale. It. R. Witle. | It. 1, LiidiiiRtun, 1 nil. W. Itivcrton fownhall. \\IIITK LKCHOKN—Pullets, for sale. We have I HO pullets ready to lay, priced reasonable. Archer's llntehery. Hart. VOl'NC OKI'.SIv—For sale. Lionel Boswell. North end of Ilalh Ave. Merchandise ONK SliriCI'—Strayed to my enclosure. , Articles for Sale 51 Owner may have by paying costs. Uor- I FOR SAI.K—A number of gasoline en- | don Art/..'r. mi. S., 1'-. mi. K., | 4 ml. c R'ne washers, also heating stoves. N. of Scottvlllf. " ' i Lawrence Matllx, Seottville. '-t;—Axminsirr, lost on l'S-31 between ,<-AS STOVK— White enamel with Lurain Vandeiih' uvel's t'ornrrs. L"-. mi. W. of ' "veil control. liiq. 701 N. Rath. Tel. Seottville and Scoltville. Reward. Abe | 51',0-W. C'hadwick. Seottville. , Automotive ^X^"^%^^^^""^^^~*rf I >^S^'*^'Nu^^y Automobiles for Sale 11 SPECIAL CAR SALE! 1!K17 I'unliac l> sedan, radio, heater, cli ilric dork, dual tquippi-d. J.MMI. I!>.>7 Sliidi-bali'-r coupe. j:i.".n. |!i;i7 Ford Irurli I.WK. SI5H. irafi Dodge ' •.. ton IV.iirl. S'.'7.">. Cars from S:.'."i up. Iminire 2ln S. lames si. SUMMER OR WINTER—A new PKKKKC- TION MILKER with automatic suc- liou control will be a real asset to \oiir faun. See them at II. Smedbeig A: Son, Cnster. PENT FOR SALE. Gomt concliti<m. Phone 732 or 3r>(i. 12 (JAl'GE—Winchester sholguu an-l sbells. liargain lor cash. AI. .lohnson, C12 N. .lames. s—Autos for Hire 14 (iARACK AT 21U S. .IAMKS ST.—Service on all car:., guaranteed work. Hay Giiiilnri: .V: Henry (Jrnla. Meehanics. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 t|{\ IIARDWOOI)—For sale. 2 eords S.'i. Kindlm.; >2 a ccird; also Cravily dump ln:.\. W. A. (Jenson. IMione 3IJ-.I. 'M'i N. Dimly St. POPEYE Registered U. S. Patent Office LISTEN, K\NSG WlMPV. DO VOO WANT MOLJR CASTLE WRECKED? 7" WHAT ARE VJEV THAT IS U DESTROYED ICK BY BRICK? 4 JOE ARE NOT GETTING ANVWHERE PUR PROTESTING Just Received iYfiiTi WERE SHALL •A')( IIVJE BEGIN? r PROTESTING WHAT \ REVOLUTION -7 ABOOT?rr- WAS GOING \^ ^^ ^/r^ \ TI~\ A.cuf SNOW SUITS THEV KEEP CHAKIGING KMGS OV1 US All New Designs and Colors. to For Girls and Boys. Sizes 1 to 20 PENNEY'S BLONDIE Roelstercil U. S. Pat»nt Offire SIMPLIFY COOKING "I'KOllLKlffS—IJy using the cleanest type of stove. Instate clt.ctrir range. Low priced and efficient. Lei us explain balanced ovm hvat; bake? perfectly on all si<les. W. !•:. I'.r/MIKK & CO. ill CUSTKIt. YOU SET TWO KISSES TOSIIGMT THIS OWE IS , BECAUSE I LOVE YOU SO MUCH OH. MOW > • ( LOVELY TWE APPLE FOR THE APPLE PIE MAD TME MOSTOOMPH I'SKI) UNCONDITIONED WASHERS— Speed <Juecn, Maying, Norge. Ward- way, Kasy, $17.r>D and up. Grotemat's Wife Saving Station. Farm Equipment „ Take Of.f,Yoiir_Hat $ * -— Th '•> H. SMF.IIHERC; A SON- CUSTEK. Specials at the Stores H'KCIAI—liny one can NU-ENAM.EL Spar \arnish—get second, same si/e can. ritKIC. Grolemafs Wife Savins Station. FELIX THE OAT TT 9 office Wanted—To Buy L-L-LOOK! BUYING— Furs, Poultry. Beans. ,lunk of all kinds. Paying top prices. Don Fisher. CnsU'r. Tel. 157-F-22. MORE THAN WE PAY — Highest market price for furs. Broil y Brothers. 429 E. Uowland St. Tel. allt. Real Estate for Rent ~^f~^i Apartments and Flats 74 SMALL ri'KMSHEI) IIEATKII—Apart- niMit xvitli private 1 batli Tor rent. Also .sliipili|4 munis, liuj. TUli E. LiidiliKton. •IKl 1 ; N. ROBIIRT—1-room furnished, heated ,'.|rn•linenl. New Irigidaire. For rent. Te|. GAG-R. Houses for Kent 77 MODERN ilOI'SES roil RENT—At 5(lfi N. William. 2IIK N. Willii'.m. 703 N. Rath, olmsti'ad iV: Ncwberg. Phone ~'.'. I or 7112 CM nings. Itcpairinjj—Service Stations 1G ROAD SERVICE D.iv Plume. Klin—Nighl Phone. G112 nir'I'KA's G \R\GK. I lil^ S. Madison. i (IK SALE—Cedar spaiilts hy the cord and shingle '-I'linls in handy bundles. W. II. Stewart's Mill. H. I. Fountain. Real Estate for Sale I.KAVK OltlJKKS—At llollick & Carlson's fur pine kiticlliii;: at $2.25 a cord.. tl;li\crcri. Tel. 2110. .Monroe Williams. Brokers in iieal Estate R BOWLING I Ouster Churches THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME Business Service Business Services Offered 18 ! i PRATT AM) DOMINO FEEDS— At reas- unable prices. Buthkc Feed Barn. Tel. (Continued from Page (>) Commercial League Standings Tcivm W L Pet. GB ^Willoughby 19 BARGAINS—city I King's Court ...16 KIR REAL ESTA homes, lots or farms. See A. T. Ben- Plumb & Nelson 15 •"""• N; ""' "•'"" 1{lc '«- Watch Case .... 12 Birke's Shoes . .10 i Tamper 9 Farms and Land for Sale 83 8 11 12 15 17 18 .704 .593 .556 .444 .370 .333 3 3 4 7 9 10 CLOCKS—ALL KINDS—Wall, niaiifl. I alarm, chime, electric, cleaned and repaired, adjusted, regulated. Hamilton's. 225 S. .lames St. r-lKMKRK ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone rolled. Prompt service. Ml'SKFCON RENDKItlNG CO. Tel. lirnltMlle, 129-f-ll. HOW ARE YOl'R EYES—If they bother, lei us show how perlecl filling glasses help. Cliinnery, Scollville. Good Things to Eat 57 i 120-ACRE FARM—Known as Nels Pelvr- Industrial League Standings (T OVER HONEY—7e a II). Also buckwheat honey. Bring containers. A. It. Kirkman, 2 mi. S.. 2U mi. E. Seott- ville. W ...20 ...15 COUNTRY APPLE IIUTTF.K—For sale, made Ir.un clean apples, sweet cider and sugar. Gallon. SI."ill; c|t.. <lllc; ' : gal., 7T>c. Order by postal or at the farm .1 mi. S., 2'- mi. E. of Scoltville. (}. L. Browci. Dressmaking and Millinery 21 111 MSTITCIIING—Button making, chil- | dn'ii's dresses, suits Hi aprons. Needle- j work Shop, 211 S. .lames St. 1 GKT YOliU—Winter supply <if apple.' now. Very fine. SlarKs, Ki'd & Goldei Delicious, Wagners, Spies. Wintfi and Baldwins. ,lohn M. A Hansen. <•. mi. N. Stiles Corner, It. 2 Ludington. son larin. Victory Twp. Ideal stock i^eam latin. '.| mi. to school. Triced riRht lor , Rotfll'y ritiick sale. National Farm Loan Asso., Wnvmil ll.irt. Mich. - i Eagles 15 Hansen & Peterson .. Recreations . Nelson's Serv Camera Shop Amer'n Ldry. Houses, for Sale MODI'.ltN 6-KOOM HOUSE—For rent or for s;ilc nn easy terms, or trade for farm, in City of Lndington. 2 blocks from Liidiiigton Ave. Write I'. O. ISox 5. Fountain, or Tel. (i. Fountain. .__ . . . i Gas Corp. Park Dairy vVilloughby Moose Lodge Employment ».^^^N_^VXNj^v^''-^^-'N^S^X^^^VX^^^^ help Wanted—Female i Household Goods 5!) WAITRKSS WANTF.n. I'F.TK'S F-AT SUO1'. Tel. i.'i:;, Srotlvllle. Situations Wanted—Female 30 IIOI'SFAVORK WAN'l'Kn—SwceniiiR and ihistiiiK. Call r.O-l N. (iaylord. 1'hoiu- 7-lii-RI. !t;ooil IISED COOK STOVES—And heal- I els. IIOH'S I'l'RNITl'KE STORE, 501 I E. Dowland. Tel. -18I-M. | SKK OUK—Flex Sle.-i bed spring. Guaranteed for 25 years. Much easier to clean than the coil springs. A light, strong spring. W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTEK. SWA? COLUMN Ads accepted for this column be published two times Jtor name and address of advertiser. Tliey must bo accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The New:, none- taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, llicy will be run free of charge. 14 13 13 12 11 8 7 7 C L 4 6 9 10 11 11 12 13 13 17 17 18 Pet. .833 .714 .025 GB .583 .542 .542 .500 .458 .381 101 .292 13 .292 13 .250 14 6 7 7 8 9 Commercial League Big Five G. Av. Sly field, Birko's 24 185.5 Hillman, King's Court 27 \83.0 BccksU'om, Willouyhby's 27 183.1 Spoor, Birke'.s 24 181.9 Cronenwctt, ; King's Court 27 181.G ' i Campbell, P & N 27 181.G Industrial League Bijj Five WAKMF.Il WINTERS—And cooler summers are yours if you have a lUltl Duo- Therm oil heater and Power-Air conditioner, II. Smedberg & Co., Custer. TURNIPS—Will swap for chickens, hay ! Hillman, Wcyeilbcrg or what have ytui. Mrs. I,. L. Mr- | LeCluil', Weycnbtrg VES, SIP- FOR SPEED, i ECONOMY, LOOKS At ID : COMFORT YOU WILL HMO TH|; EQUAL. IO IHU OSLO CAKS OF I'M CONVINCED/ ciivr MU THE BLANK AMD I'LL OM THi: DOTTED 1.IHE LUDIN6TON AUTO SALES* Clalchie, 1st house \V. French schoolr Tel. 12-E-12, R. 3, Ludington. i|»! ( THAT-S JUST WHAT l AROUStED MY Vy CORIOSITV. 1!).'?7 Huick .l-I)oor Sedan Deluxe E(|uipped. ICxcullenl. condition. Good for many more miles of carefree motoring. 1!);{9 Iiiiick Special—4 Door Sedan, !),'!()() Miles. Thousands of miles of the fiinest driving. You can save money and own a Buick for less than a cheap new car. 2—1!)U7 Buick Special 4-Door Touring Sedans. Low mileage. These cars are in exceptionally fine condition. 1938 Chevrolet Standard 2-Door Sedan with Trunk, Radio and Heater. A Real Buy. 19.37 Pontiac Deluxe Coupe. Radio and heater. This car has just been completely reconditioned. 1938 Ford Deluxe Tudor, low mileage. Excellent Condition. Fully Equipped, licauliful black. 1935 LaSalle 4-Door Trunk Sedan. A beautiful car equipped with Radio and Heater in A-l condition. We offer a special bargain on some fine trucks we have on hand—If you want a truck—Come in and see these. 1936 Buick Special Coupe. 14,000 actual miles . . . Fully equipped. In perfect condition. G. Hullcr. Amer. L. Voycl, Nelson's Ser. , Benson, Weycnbcrg G. .18 .15 .15 .24 .21 Av. 190.9 187.0 180.8 178.3 175.2 THE REAL E6G-I& THE WD& ARE WISE TO .AND X SUPPOSE HE ANOTHER. DAN& WASES IN THAT WAVE. THE HAND- KER.CHIE.FSO- PRE&TO! THE EGG- (jONE IF HE SMDRKED HALF A£> HA&D ATHI50OB A& HE DOES WITH THAT BUSINESS HE MI&HT CJET „ -fHlMS- HE CAW MAI^E. DISAPPEAR. A MEAL, IF NOU ASK ME, SOMEWHEPE THREAD ON THE BACkOFTHE HANl<LS! — NOTHIMG UP SLEBJE AND NOBODV AT HOME -THES'LU DO IT EMERry TIME . TED KAR.U. ' 6ELMOMT, SCOTTVILLE ST. MARY'S AND MISSIONS (Rev. William Vicsnoraitis, rector) Cu.stcr: Mass—8:30 a. m. Irons: Mass—11 a. m. CONGREGATIONAL (II. Clement, superintendent) Sunday school—10 a. m. SUGAR RIDGE CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN (Rev. L. H. Prowant, pastor) Sunday school—10 a. m. Preaching services—11 a. m. Y.P.D. meeting Sunday evening at Edith Wilson home. FREE METHODIST (Rev. Ray Calkins, pastor) Sunday school—2 p. m. Preaching .services—3 p. m. Revival Services Are Being Held at St. Paul Church CENTER RIVERTON.—T h c Revival .services at St. Paul church, which began Monday evening, Nov. 13, will continue! each evening, except Saturday, until Sunday, Dec. 3. | The first week's services are needing immediate eye atten- bringing in several local pastors, tion. Monday evening the talk wasj A luncheon was served at given by Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger, the conclusion of the meeting. Tuesday evening by Rev. E. F.| —— Rhoades of Seottville, Wednes-| Play Is Presented day by Rev. L. A. Ruegsegger, I The play, "Don't Darken My Marcellus and family came to Sauble Settlement in 1868. Curtis, worked in the lumber Mr. and Mrs. Orla Allison and son, Jimmie,' of South Custer, spent Sunday evening, Nov. 12, woods and he located at Bangor at the Clyde Rummer home, after his marriage. Miss Lila Brandenberg of Funeral services were held] Maskegon, Walter Reader and Thursday at Bangor. Thursday by Rev. Norton of Door," presented Friday eye- j Surviving are his widow and Ludington and this evening by ning, Nov. 10, at Custer high , children and two brothers, ..... ---'--— '— -•-'-- ' City. this 'HONE600 ^<rt»mtl nri«1»M •' • PHONt.bWJ uiDiNGTQN RUTD SRLES X*lWi^ ^£0^of ^ HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD USED CARS ^ Local Child Study Club Is Organized (Continued from Page 4) old J. Larson and Woodrow Briggs for the program committee. It was decided to meet the first Wednesday of each month and the December meeting will b,e held at the home o'f Mrs. Morton. At the close of the evening, a luncheon was served by the hostess, Mrs. Smith, assisted by Mesdames Emmett Briggs, Harold Hansen, Ralph Reeds, John Wagner, Elon Morton and Woodrow Briggs. Those who enrolled for membership Wednesday evening were Mesdames M. H. Fouracre, Harold Harvey, Jack Mac Arthur, Ralph Reeds, Ralph Claveau, W. R. Stockhill, Burton Rev. D. C. Ostroth of Bay At the close of the service evening, Rev. Ostroth will conduct the third quarterly con-j ference. Rev. F. W. Link of Flint will arrive Monday and will continue until the close of the Revival campaign of Dec. 3. Rev. Link Is well-known in Evangelical circles in the State of Michigan and has been a very successful pastor to a number of congregations. His messages of Gospel truth are presented in a sympathetic and instructive manner. Rev. Ruegsegger, with the help of M local talent, is in charge of the singing and special musical numbers. A cordial invitation is extended to all friends and neighbors to attend these services. school auditorium by Custer teachers, was well recei^H and attended by a. large crowd and about $30 was cleared. This is the first of a series of entertainments which will be given, the money from which will be used for the school. Charles Green of Custer and William Reid of Fern left Tuesday, Nov. 14, for north of Peacock where they will enjoy two weeks trapping. joined by H. P. Reene of Custer. Chester Reid and will join week-end. Ouster Baked Goods Sale The Ladies' Aid society of Henry of Freesoil and John of Manton. Mr. and Mrs. John Gurrisey of Manton and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gurnsey attended the funeral. of hunting and Later they will be Don Shultz from Grand Rapids and John McKenzie from Kalamazoo were last week-end guests at their home in Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Glover and family of Hart were dinner guests Sunday, Nov. 12, at ,the Eujjene chadwick home. Mrs. Joe Louisier, Mrs. Jim McDonald and son, Jimmie, of . L. H. HOSteSS tO SOCiety Mrs - WUliam-Schreck Sunday, CUSTER.—The Ladies' Aid society of the Sugar Ridge Church of the Brethren held an enjoyable all-day meeting Wednes- *" Thusual good time and quilt- Moore, Elmer Slagel, Emmett!the Sugar Ridge Church of the Briggs, Arnold Carlson, H. G. Holmes, Woodrow Briggs, Max Jenks, Mark/Smith, Elon Mor- Brethren will sponsor a baked goods'sale Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Ford garage in Seottville. ton, John Wagner, Alan Lidke, Harold Hansen, Harold J. Larsen, Steve Myers. Ludington guests were Mes|i dames Alfred Chinnery, Harold Lohner, L. Underwood, Lewis j w a s observed' Open House Observed The Custer Parent-Teacher Robert 'Hanna of Ann Arbor ' in g, u were. enjoyed. is expected to arrive today to i The business meeting was pre- spend the week-end with his ' sided over by Mrs. J. M Cable, president. The usual business was looked after and plans were completed for the baked goods ... ..... ____ ._ __ sale which will be held Satur- a g"uest over Thanksgiving of day, Nov. 18, at the T. D. Smith her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. H. and Co. garage in Seottville. mother, Mrs. Emma Hanna. Miss Mildred. Smedberg of Grand Rapids will arrive the early part of next week to 'be Smedberg. A large crowd Weiman, Willard Tallefsen, was in attendance. During the Robert Albrecht and O. Sivert- business meeting it was decid- 'ison. Mrs. Sivertson was one of| e d to buy a stove to be used >' fV\o •Frtinv nV\ o i«f oi« w»ii>viiV\Qvc? «rVw\ 4«.. J.t_« i-' A J. L.^'.^'U. ». U AJA n 4- T*. the four charter members who organized the Study club.. Ludington Child. for the hot lunch project. It was also voted to pay $2 toward the examination of each child Curtis Gurnsey, 76, Passes at Bangor FREESOIL.—Older residents here will be sorry to learn that Curtis Gurnsey, 76, of Bangor, who grew to manhood in Sauble settlement, is dead. Curtis was a brother to Henry Gurnsey and the son of Mrs. Andrew Marcellus, a pioneer here. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mrs. Clinton Lehman led the devotionals and some time was spent in singing favorite hymns Nov. 12. Guests at the Ben Johnson home for luncheon Sunday evening, Nov. 12, were Miss Francis Crandell and Walter Rackas and Carl Johnson of Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Matthews of Flint were last -week-end guest at the W. J. Emerson and Russell Littell homes. Fountain Attractive invitations we-e sent out Wednesday by the schov \ to patrons of the district to attend a Thanksgiving program to be held at the school on the afternoon of Nov. 22 at a o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd VanSickle Those who enjoyed the day an d Mr. and Mrs. George Can- with the hostess were: Mesdames field visited their aunt, Mrs. D. O. Flory, Monroe Williams, John Filbrun, Lydia Hissong, Orvan Saxton, John Leedy, J. M. Cable, Kenneth Beltz, Robert Martin, Clinton Lehman, Lenna Murphy, Dan Sanders, Robert Wittbecker, Roy Cable, Robert Barclay, Bruce Miller, Alva Kirkman, Belle Kirkman, Ed Blocher and Clara Miller, and Mi,ss Mirian Kirkman, Charles Merrill, who is ill, at her home near Baldwin Monday evening. • Mrs. Howard Gregory transacted business in Ludington Tues- ;y| day. . Fredrick Heller of Ann Arbor • is spending this week with bis uncle, Fred W. Reek, and bom, men are huntin<» in the'ea$t<$n, t part of the county,

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