Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 14
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 14

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1951
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AT THE REGlSTER -NE \ArS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS PRIUFOROIL AT THE EDGE OF FAIRHELD T «taf of 33 Ri9« Now Active In Woyne.County. FAIRFIELD, m., June 14 ~ Oil dialling in Wayne county is at this year 's record high this week vvith many operators busy. Thirty-three wells are active in the county. Several rigs are drilling at the edge of Fairfield until the town is al- inost surrounded. In Leech township, N. V. Duncan leads the parade with three rigs busy. Activity was started following the hitting of Abner's Spruell Cbmm. No. 1, section 11, about I'H miles east of Golden Gate. This well was drilled on a 2% acre lease, and is producing aoout 150 liarrels per day from the Benoist. •Duncan's J. H. Piercy Comm. No, 1, in section 23, northeast offset to the Spruell producer, is drilling at 2515 feet. His Kendall Community No. 1 MCtion 26, southeast to Spruell, is dHUlng at 2475 feet and his J. H. Wylie No. 4, section 26, southwest of the Spruell test is drilling below surface pipe. . niihois Mid-Continent's Jones- Kendall No. 2, section 23, about two miles southeast of Golden Gate, is pumping about 200 barrels per day from the Benoist. FRISCO MAC FRANCIS SINK, Corrtspandant BLUFORD MAK WARRKN, Cfr»i»»wd»nt Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Vance have returned from a vacation spent in northern Illinois and Wisconsin. Mrs. Olin Hayes of Mt. Vernon spent Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Higgle of Centralia and Mr, and Mrs. Ray Jacobson of Mt. Vernon visited with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huff Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Donoho and daughter Janet, Misses Mabel Carroll and Jeanine Robertson spent the weekend in Nashville Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pepple and children spent Sunday in Cen tralia with Mr. and Mrs. George Wiles. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clark, Mrs Mary Scott, Mrs. Laura Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wood and children attended the baptizing at Harmony Sunday afternoon. The Bluford Royal Neighbors will meet lliursday, June 21st at the home of Mrs. Nellie Hutsel in Dpdyke. Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Reeder of Mt. Carmel spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanders. Pvt. Sammie Lewis and Pvt Lindy Johnson have notifed their parents, from Seattle, Wash., they were leaving the states for an un known destination. Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Friend Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ashby and daughter Janice, Mr. and Mrs Osie Yarbraugh and daughter Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach and son Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence King and children, Mr and Mrs. Earl Hinson and children of Madison, 111. and Herb Swift of MARKETS •y AtsociaM Prat* The Frisco community was •hocked and saddened by the sudden death of Homer Davis. He I - ^"^^^^^^ or., ni.t in thft fipld workine when Ir^'^t, Worth, Texas enjoyed a fish mg trip on the Little Wabash river near Golden Gate. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Osbom are was out in the field working when he took sick. Earl Tucker hap pened to be waiting to talk to him. He took sick last Thursday afternoon about 4:30 and died Friday around 1 o'clock. His funeral was Monday at the Frisco church where a large crowd attended. Burial was in the Ridge cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Edith, one sister Florence three brothers, Harrison, Herbert and Loren of California He was 54 years of age. Our sympathy goes out to his wife, Edith and the brothers and sister. The Masonic lodge of Ewing was in charge of part of the funeral Brother Sam McCoy conducted the service. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sink and diildren took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Denham Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs, Bud Overturf. Brother York and wife and children took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Giffqrd. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Sink and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and family Sunday and watched television in the afternoon. ' The Oak Hill homecoming wili be the second Sunday in July. The Golden Key quartet of Eldorado will bring the music. Joe Sherley of Madison was down to attend the funeral of Homer Davis. Raymond Davis and son, Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Egene Davis and children of Dahlgren and Mr. and Mrs, Jimmy Askew and children of Mt. Vernon all visited Snuday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cox and family. Prayer meeting still going on every Thursday nightt at Frisco. Sorprlse Birthday Dinner llie children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lowry, with some other friends, gathered at their home while they were at church Sunday, June 10, 1951, to celebrate Mrs. Lowery's 72nd birthday, and had a bountiful dinner spread when they got home, the yard full of people. There were thirty-seven in all for dinner. They were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lowry and son Carl of Belle Rive, Mr. and Mrs. John Lowry, June and Bruce of McLeansboro, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Lowry, Nina Fern, Norma Jane of Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Pearce, Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pearce of Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Karns, Charles of Bonnie, Mr. and lyirs. Hobart Campbell, Junior and Roger of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth, Charles, Marcell of Bluford, Mr. and Mrs, Ben Woodworth of Bluford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hopkins of Mt. Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lowry of Mt, Vernon came in the afternoon. The afternoon was spent in visiting and washer pitching. All had a good time with a pleasant afternoon and wishing Mrs. Lowry many more happy birthdays, » Your writer now has a telephone number, 2257. Anyone wishing to call Frisco news items can do so. Mr, and Mrs. Loren Sink at- the proud parents of a son. Bob Edward bom Monday a. m., at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lovin at tended graduation exercises at Washington University Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock where their son Billy received his Bachelor degree. John Warren, who has been visiting relatives here returned Monday to Camp Le Jeune, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. RoUand Haverstock of Wichita Falls, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Haverstock of Alvord Texas, Bill Miller of Fort Worth. Texas and Herbert Swift, also of Fort Worth have been visiting Mr and Mrs. John Kovach. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanders and daughters Glenda and Nancy visited hiF son Norman and family of Kokomo, Ind. last weekend. Mrs. Marie Maxey of Lake- worth, Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wood of Springfield visited with Mrs, Lou Young over the weekend. Cpl. Raymond Yarbrough has been transferred from Ft. Worth, Texas to Kansas State Teachers College in Emporia, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodworth attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lowery of Ewing last Sunday in honor of Mrs. Lowery's birthday. She is a cousin of Ben Woodworth and aunt of Albert Woodworth. Walter Yarbrough is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital at Centralia where he will undergo an eye operation. Mr. and Mrs. R, D. Bell have returned from St. Louis where Mrs. Bell went through Washington U. Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lovin attended the wedding of Miss Georgia Buck and Harold Wangler tended the homecoming at Mt. Nebo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchcraft of Sullivan was down visiting in this community over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weeks took supper recently with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hughes, the occasion being in honor of Ernie's birthday. WALL STREET By Associated Press NEW YORK, June 14.—Oils shot ahead today in the stock market and inspired enough additional buying to lift the entire list. Gains in that division ran into the area of $1 to S3 a share with Deep Rock Oil going beyond $6 a share at times. Elsewhere in the market prices extended into the S2-?2 range with only a few scattered losses in evidence. Trading expanded on the rise to an estimated 1.200,000 shares. That contrasts with 1,060,000 shares yesterday when prices were falling. Corporate bonds traded along a narrow price route. LIVESTOCK NATION.\L STOCKYARDS, 111., June 14.—(USDA)—HOGS: 12,000; bulk 180-230 lbs 22.25-40; fair sprinkling 22.50; 240-270 lbs 21.75-22.10; 280-325 Jbs. 20.75 21.65: load 325-340 lbs 20.40; bulk 150-170 lbs 21.00-22.00: 120-140 lbs 18.75-20.50; spots 25 cents RUTH BEDARD (Mrs. Lawrence Bedard) REAL ESTATE with VirgU T. Bailey, Inc. ii -i -rwMBMMBMir^MMMMMBriTTr"'''""^"''''^'*"^ 5 MILES NORTH near Glen View cabioa— 4 room white singled feuasiow, shaded by beautiful trees on 5 acres. Popular suburban aeigliborbood, Shiloh township, low taxes. House modern with automatic oil floor furnace. Abundance of good water—16500. Immediate •eenpancy, reasonable down payment, balance like rent. R. LeBEN GARRISON Real Estate Broker BEN ROEDER ^ Salesman ^ 1601 Broadway Phone 104 or 4695 *'2if"SJSS!"* * * """^ ""p* »«~^ MtaH roen apartment house, S rooms up and 4 rooms down- aU •uto. ssparato baths, income 9110 a mSnth; clie to ^inljMmi.SOo! V *T«SSr «"»P'««>nents: ^ oU rights, two miles north M Ml* iMra, fair nts. vaeant; five mUes east, ^.mll* •nlh BMitc 15—«nly $3S0«. * SS^nS. »»»*5 ta on Mst Caser— Itap « MMi lMUs,,large dM» bulMinc. m milss on WaltonvlUe Bond. IMMi «• MU. HINMttN&HENSON am 110th ROBT.L HARVEY, Broker Real Ettot* Brokers Phont 3622 at the Baptist church in O'Fallon, 111., last Sunday. Tommy Green and Byron Vance were business visitors in Toledo, Ohio last Thursday. Mrs. Mae Warren and son James attended the shower and charivari for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambliss at the Kelley Harlow home Saturday night. The Gleaners Class of Baptist church held a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Forsythe Tuesday night, June 5th. There were 33 present. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth and family attended the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Lela Pierce of Mt. Vernon Friday afternoon. lower on sows; bulk 400 lbs down 19.00-20.00; heavier sows largely 18.00-19.00; a few heaviest 17.0075; stags 14.50-16.50; boars 12.0015.00. CATTLE: 1,200; calves, 700; a few loads and lots good to choice steers 34.00-36.00; prime around 900 lb mixed steers and heifers 37.00; utility and commercial steers and heifers 27.00-32.00; utility and commercial cows 23.0028.25; canners and cutters 18.00- commercial bulls 28.00- utility bulls 26.00-27.50; and choice vealers 32.00- prime to 40.00;. utility and commercie' vealers 25.00-30".00. SHEEP—700; shippers paying 33.25-50 for considerable nurnber choice prime offering; a few packers 33.50 also; bulk offerings to packers 32.00-33.00; slaughter ewes largely one price 15.00; occasional small lots to 16.00; culls down to 12.00 and occasionally below on very thin kind; aged shorn bucks mainly one price 12.00. * 23.00; 30.00; good 37.00; THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951 CASH GRAIN By Aiseciatcd Prtss CHICAGO, June 14. — Cash wheat: none. Com: No. 1 yellow Sl.741^; No. 2, Sl.751'4; No. 3, S1.71-$1 .73i4; No. 4, $1.71%; No. For Sale—small farm, close to Mt. Vernon, 5 rooms, good barn, poultry house, other outbuildings, shade and plenty water, electricity. Cash or terms. 5 room house, south part, bargain—$500 down. 3 unit apartment house,, close in; hot water heat, fine location. Everett Ellis Room 309 Rogers Building Phone 228-J or 14S3-J 5. $1.67; cample grade $1.59-$1.68. Oats: No. 1 heavy white 88'^-89; No. 1 extra heavy white 90. Barley nominal: malting $1.35$1.60; feed $1.10-$1.30. Soybeans: No. 1 yellow $3.03^ track country station. ST. LOUIS PRODUCE By AsaoelaUd Pr«M ST. LOUIS, June 14.—Produce and live poultry; Eggs, unclassified 38H-39i^. Fo%vl, heavy breeds 26, leghorns 23. commercial fryer and broiler crosses 33-35, nearby whites 30-32. Other pi'ices unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Assoelattd Prass CHICAGO J,une 14.—(USDA). —Live poultry; steady to firm: Receipts 26 loads; FOB paying prices unchanged except on fryers \? cent a pound higher outside; hea\'y hens 29-33; light hens 26-27; roachers 30-37 (includes reds inside); frayers 229-32.5; old roosters 21-22; ducklings 29. Butter irregular; receipts 841,551; Wholesale selling prices un- Quits Tylorville For Rock island TAYLORVILLE, III. June 14 — The Taylorville Community School District Board today granted Charles O. Austin, high school principal, a release from his contract to accept a job at Rock Island. Austin was given the release to become principal of Rock Island senior high school. He came to Taylorville in 1948 from Clarion, la. Austin succeeds Owen B. Wright who died April 28, to the $7,000 a year post. changed to ^ cent a pound lower; 93 score AA 69; 92 A 67.5; 90 B 66.25; 89 C 65; cars: 90 B 67.25; 89 C 66. Eggs steady; receipts 16,924; wholesale selling prices unchanged; U. S. extras 50; U. S. mediums 46; U. S. standards 45; current receipts 40.5; dirties 40; checks 39. JULIA RUTHERFORD—REAL ESTAH JOHN R. WOOLSEY^ Solttmon Phone 400 or 48 1011 Moin St. 4 room modem honae, west part rail hiy. $300 cash, $4(> per montli buys 6-room how on Casey Are. Modern except beat Price onlf S4000. Inr-edlat* poMeasien. S200 down, S25 per mocth buys S room house on So. Mh. Modem except heat. Price $3100.00. $300 down, $30 per month bu3n S room hoase on Lamar Avenae; partly modern—price only $3000. For rent—3 room furnbhed modern ap»rtmeot on north 7th ttrcct; hardwood floors, stoker beat. 4 room furnished modern apartment en Jordan street. 2 room modern furnished apartment on south 1th street. Ann Page Proves Fine Foods eedn't Be Expensive! Salad Dressing Ann Page pt.jar (J^ Grape Jelly Ann Page i2o.iar 24c Ann Page Beans 2 cts 23c Preserves strawberry, Ann page 12-oz. jar 39C Crabapple Jelly Ann Page 12-oz. jar Mayonnaise Peanut Butter Spaghetti Ann Page, Prepared Mustard Customers' Corner This is Fathar'a Day in Customm' Comer. More and more men are helping with the family shopping, and we want the quality, values and service at AaP to bs just as satisfying to thorn as it is to their womenfolk. What can we do to make your A*P a better place for the men of the family to shop? Please write: CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPT. A«P Food Stores 4M Laiiaston A T... N «W York IT, N. T. Ann Pag« Ann Page ptjar 12oz,ar 15-oz tins Ann Page, Prepared 27c 9-oiiar Frying Chickens Fresh Dressed, Fully Drawn giik^ 2-2V2 Lb. Average lb. 39V "Super Right" Ready-to-Eat Cooked Hams SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTION CENTER SLICES lb 59c lb 69c »> $109 Mayrose Brand Skinless Franks *«"«59c Braunschweiger 59 G Large Bologna 59 G Sliced Bacon ""''"^ " 65c Sfewing Hens ^"^r^r ^A.^uT 59o Chicken Backs Bacon Squares "^"^ Ocean Perch Fillets l^en ^ 39c Catfish Fillets 45o 25o ^"310 A&P Farm Fresh Produce Watermelons Florida, Red Ripe. 24-lb. avg. each 99c Halves 50c . . . Quarters 25e Coliiornia Plums .... "^19' California Juice Lemons. 2 39' Home Grown Cauliflour 25e Go. Freestone Peaches 2 29e Yellow Sweet Corn 3«^"29c Pascal Celeiy 24.30 si^. .aeh Jane Parker Frankfurter Rolls i2inpkg 23c Dairy Values Angel Food Bar Cocoanut Devils Food Cinnamon Loaf 12 oz. 16 oz. loaf 52c 49e 27e Swiss Cheese ^ '"15c Brick Cheese ^liSlS"^'''- 49c Cheese Spread ' '^*' 79ff Milk Bread x ^.io »t2QQ Sugar Raised Donuts '''"'"^390 NEXT MONDAY! JUNE Xttb New — Extra Fine, JANE PARKER WHITE BREAD Mr. Farmerf-Bring us your fresh eggs. We pay curront market prices. PriMt KtfteHva thru Junt uth Strained or junior Baby Food tin Oc Penenal Sis* Ivory Soap I3c cakea For Laundry Ivory Flakes Wall Cloanar Spic and Span Regular Sis« Camay Soap « ake 9e Bath Sisa Camay Soap etkcs 25c Regular Sixa Lava Soap 2lc For Dishwaahinf Joy • 0.. Ml. For Laundry Cheor large pks. No Rinso Surf large pkff. Ailx Cleanser 2 23c Lorfo Siso Swan Soap ealc* I5c Clapp*t Oatmeal 2 33e MiM and Mallow Eight OXIock Coffee »"-77c Rich and Pull Bodiad Red Circle Coffee »*^79c E. SMITH OfflM 1744 V. H. QUIGLEY SALESMAN SIB Sonth lOth StTi'.'t B rooms, gftrage. work shop, Urge lot, shade, newly derorated Inside and out, 1 mile—easy terniii. $ rooms, modern except heat, southwest location; $300 down, $35 per month. 5 room, all modern bunffaloiy, gnrage, corner lot. paved street, west side; less than liiiilding cost. Call for appointment. 12 room apartment house; $190 per month income. Small dowr payment will handle. 7 Acres, 4 rooms, oathulldings, fenced, H -mile off pavement on gravel. 10 acres, 5 rooms, all weather, road. Will trade for city property. « acres, 5 room house, all weather road, 6 miles ea.ft. SO acres, 5 room house, double parage, other .outbuildings, lots of fruit, all weather road, mail route 3 miles north. SO acres. 5 room house, large barn and poultry house, young orchard well fenced, i;^-mile to couri house. 800 acre stock and grain farm, well improved, $«0 per acre. 4 room house, 200 feet highway frontage. Triced to sell quick. USTINGS WANTED ~ FARM and C1T\ PROPERTY Here is a fine SO-acre farm, all land limed and phosphated, extra nice 6 room house, hardwood floors, bdllt-ln bath, modern kitchen, full basement, furnace, water heater, 2-car garage, chicken house, barn, good fencing, Tolle Road—only $13,500. Nice 5 rooms, modern except heat, GI financed—1621 FoArest. $400 down, $26 month buys 4 room efficiency near Lincoln school. $300 down, $20 a month buys 4 rooms, full lot, south of city park. $725 down, balance like rent, buys 5 rooms, built-in bath and kitchen cabinets, 2-car garage, west. Beautiful 5 room modern ranch- ttyle, garage, 2603 College. 5 rooms, 2 porches, garage, 910 Jones street—only $4000. $750 down, balance like rent buys 4 rooms modern, 324 south 22nd. Beautiful long 5 room modem ranch-style, hurdwood floors, built-in bath, modern )(itclien, den, breezeway garage, Airport road. Very attractive 7 rooms, modern large living room, fireplace, 2?/i baths, 4 bedrooms, fine basement, gas jeat, play room — 801 Oaklana. 10 acres, 2 room house with basement, close in west. Attractive 5 rooms, built-in bath and kitchen cabinets, garage, 1213 Jones street. Fine 5 rooms, modern, hardwood floors, built-in bath, modern kitchen, oil heat, garage, 1012 south 26th street. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS" 315 South 10th Street, Room B — Telephone 251 -755 Evening Calls — Telephones 4254 or 2667-J NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON — Some Phones 62-789 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" 5 room all modem bungalow, one acre ground, basement, furnace, garage adjoining Summersvllle school on the east. Owner leaving city, will sacrifice for immediate sale. Magnificent modern 7 room home, three blocks off square, 816 Maple, oil hot water heat, one and one-half baths, built-in cabinets, hardwood floors, double garage with income apartment. A splendid borne for a large family for income property. 5 room home, hardwood floors, built-in bath and built-in cabinets, 1213 South 25th street—priced to sell. . 6 room all modern home in east part, good location, close to Franklin school. 10 room modern home, 2 baths, hot water heating system, full basement, only $1,000 down. $1,000 down, balance like rent buys 10 acres, close in north; 5 room house, other outbuildings, good road. 7 room modern brick home, 4 bedrooms, full basement with steel beams, 2 baths, hardwood floor, built-in cabinets, carpeted, fireplace. Ideal yard with beautiful shade. 4 room house, 2 bedrooms, good well, south part—terms. 6 room all modern home, close in, three bedrooms, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, hardwood floors, insulated, large front porch, basement, gas heat, gas hot water heater, nice lot. Only $8500. Owner must sell immediately. 4 room all modern home, hardwood floors, gas water heater, gas floor furnace, built-in cabinets, built-in bath. Good location in north. 11,000 down will buy this 4 room modern home. Hardwood floors, built-in bath, built-in cabinets. An exclusive north location. 20 acre* on good gravel road close to highway, with good 5 room home, garage and barn, located about 5 miles east—priced to sell. 1500 down buys your choice of any number of 5 room efficiency, modern except heat homes. ConiuH o Real Estate Specialist who knows and who has had over twenty years of successful experience- We will moke you a^CASH OFFER for your home or form. •m

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