Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 15, 1951 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, June 15, 1951
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f FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS ROYALTON, CARMI HERE FOR SOFTY EXHIBITION SATURDAY SATURDAY 7:15—Royalton Tornadops vs. Mt. V. Auto-Lifns. %\ 8;30—Carmi Mnllntte Flyers vs. Mt. V. Moose. Tho first pxhibilion Softball rlou- blehcader of the .1951 soa.son is Bchcdulcd for thl.s Saturday nigtit at the Mt. Vernon city park. In the first Ramo (ho Royalton Tornadoos will meet tho Mt. Vernon Auto-Litcs and in tho nightcap the Carmi Mallnttc Flyers will clash with tho Mt. Vornon Moose. f > The Stove Co. won over the Eagles, 6-1, and the Moose do- cisioned the Legionnaires, 9-3, in league Roftball games at the city park last night. The Stovoinak(<rs built up a quick 5-0 load in .he first two innings, mixing hits with Eagle errors to push enough runs across the plate to win. Both Allen England of the winners and Charley Webb of the losers tossed good seven-hit hall. Allen England and Elber Jones paced the Stove Co. batting attack. England had three hits In four trips. Jones had a perfect night at the plate. He tripled and •ingled in two trips to the plate. Outfielders Sanders and Clark, with two hits apiece, were top hitters for the Eagles. The Moose came up with two big innings to defeat the Legion, 9-3. With Marvin Williams turning in a six-hit pitching performance, #1 the Moose got away to a 4-0 first Inning lead and were never headed. They added five more tallies in the third inning, on an error, four walks and two hits, to ice the ball game. Shortstop Babe Raney, with two hits, paced the Stove Co. attack. Second Baseman Rice, with three hits in four trips, and Third Baseman Fair, with a triple and homo run In three appearances, were top men for the losers. The box scores: ^' STOVE CO. («> Ch«pmtn, 3b A. Cnitand, tny«*r, If . Sitttrfield 2b J*n*i, cf C. Cn|l*nd, rf SInfcf, • Catb*, M Hiy««, lb tAGLCS (1) AB Shtnt, 3b 2 Sandtrs, rf 3 Patterson, 2b 3 CItli, lb 3 Jena*, at 3 .., Rlf|«, • I Si WIttal, If, a 3 Champ, *f 3 Wabb, » - 2 Clark, If 2 Hart 1 MOOSE-LEGION MOOSE (») AB n. Hllllard, ef 4 Cttai, 2b 3 Jonai- If 2 B. Milliard, 3h 1 L», rf 3 Ranay, 3 Uaac. lb 0 Howard, a -- 1 Williams, p 2 Jay, 3b 1 LEGION (3) AB Avant, c 3 Riea, 2b « Williami, If 2 J«na>, it 2 Barnar, lb ...i 3 C. Mayi, af 3 fair, 3b Jah.iten, rf, p 3 W. Mayt, p 1 CruthIrd, If 1 Marihall 1 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 R 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Duke Snider Tops Centerfitlders By AtaaalPtad Pratt CHICAGO, June 15 — Duke Snider of the Brooklyn Dodgers has shot ahead as the fans' first choice for the National League's starting crnterfielder in the All- Star basebal' game at Detroit, Jul- 10. Snider today had polled 11.886 votes for a bulge of 565 over Richie Ashburn of the Philadelphia • Phillies. Maintaining top popularity in the nationwide ball6tlng is Nellie F'ox, the little second baseman for the Chicago White Sox. He has collected 20,796 votes, Jackie Robinson, the Dodgers' second sackcr. is second with 18,515 and Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals left fielder, is third with 17,365. SHORTS AND SHELLS Ocie Trimble, Illinois distance runner, won the Iowa senior men's .speed skating championship in 1950. But he hasn't had time to skate since reporting for track last December. ... Art Houtteman, tho Tiger pitcher, hasn't tossed a baseball since he began training with the 43rd division at Camp Pickett, Va. . . . Catcher Al Walker claims that Cub rookie Omar Lown throws harder than any pitcher he ever has caught. NAMES MEAN NOTHING In west Texas, where a football game is as popular as a rodeo and sometimes just as rough, they're raving about the Sunday "touch" games played this spring between the "Lubbock Leftovers" and the "Midland Misfits." ... The Leftovers include Army's Glenn Davis, Bobby Layne of the Detroit Lions and Mai Kutner of the Chicago Cards. Some of the Misfits are former Texas U. players Paul Campbell, Dick Rowan and Jim Watson. . . . Wade Walker, too busy with his Texas Tech coaching duties to join the gang, reports: "They have a real incentive. The losing team has to buy the barbecue and refreshments for the party afterwards." For Sale—small farm, close to Mt. Vernon, 5 rooms, good barn, poultry house, other outbuildings, shade and plenty water, electricity. Cash or terms. S room house, south part, bargain—$500 down. S unit apartment house, close in; hot water heat, fine location. Everett Ellis Room 309 Rogers Building Phone 228-J or 1433-J PUBLIC SALE Having sold my home, I will sell at public auction at my place 3 miles north of Mt. Vernon on the Salem Road and ne.\t.door south of Pleasant Grove School at 1 P.M. SATURDAY, JUNE 16 the following personal property: ANTIQUES Antiques including 2 beds, desk, cupboard, rockers (adult and children), chairs, 3 che!>it.s of drawers, wardrobe, mirrors, baskets, 2 oil lamps, antique dishes and glassware. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 laundry stove; 2 heating atoves; ice bo.v; bookcases and books; tables; kitchen cabinet; davenport and chair; 3 bed steads; bed springs; congoleum rugs; cooking utensils and dishes; fruit Jars. Many articles too numerous to mention. LUNCH ON GROUND TERMS OF SALE—-CASH Not Responsible for Accidents Mrs. Robert H. Poisley OWNER CASSFL RICHARDSON AUCTIONEER Better Buy Used Cars 1950 Studebaker Champion, Regal Deluxe 4-door, overdrive, climltiz- er, radio, seat covers. 1950 Studebaker Champion, Regal Deluxe Starllte Coupe, Overdrive, climitizer, radio, sun visor, scat covers. 1948 Studebaker Champion, Regal Deluxe 4-door, overdrive, climitiz­ er, radio. 1948 Studebaktr Cliampion, Regai Deluxe Starllte Coupe, overdrive, climitizer, radio. 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster, 2-door Heater, very low mileage beautiful black. 1940 Buick Special 2-door Cleanest in town. 1934 Ford, Tudor, V-8 Transportation. 1947 Studebaker Ton Pickup Overdrive and heater. FOR "A GOOD DEAL AND A GOOD DEAL MORE" come to JOHNSON MOTOR SERVICE STUDEBAKER SALES A SERVICE 9th and Harrison Sti. Phone 1044 • Mt. Vernon. IIL GRANDSTANDING — Ray Coleman of the Browns topples into the stands at Yankee Stadium as he makes a vain ePTort to haul down a Yogi Berra Happy Accepts Quitting Terms By Astseiiilcd Prtit KNOXVILLL, Tcnn., June 1.5 — A. B. (Happy) Chandlei" said today he has accepted organized baseball's terms for his sevcrence as baseball commissioner. Chandler refused to say, however, when he would step down officially from his $65,000 a year job. I-Io said he had talked by long distance telephone today with Warren Giles, president of the Cincinnati Reds and emissary of the Big League club owners. "Mr. Giles explained the terms of my severence agreed upon yesterday at New York," Chandler said. "The terms are satisfactory to me." Asked when he will resign as commissioner. Chandler said: "I can't say now, but Mr. Giles and I are meeting in Cincinnati next week and I probably will announce the dates then." Specializing in Farm Salc$ Furniture and Real Estate at Auctions, Sales. Carl Kraotz, Auctioneer . Phone 86F12 Ullln or Phone S414, Mt. Vernon, 111. 5 MILES NORTH near Glen View cabim—4 room white slnffled bungalow, shaded by beautiful trees on 5 acres. Popular suburban neighborhood, Shiloh township, low taxes. Houb« modern with automatic oil floor furnace. Abundance of good water—16500. Immediate occupancy, reasonable down payment, balance Ilka rent. R. LeBEN GARRISON Real Estate Broker BEN ROEDER - Salesman 1601 Broadway Phone 104 or 4695 $750 down, balance $50 a montli buys 4 rooms, modern except heat— east suburban. Nine room apartment house, rooms up and 4 rooms down; ail modern, separate baths. Income $110 a month; close in—only $10,500. 7? acre farm with good improvements; \i oil rifhts, two miles north of Texico. 30 acre farm, fair improvements, vacant; five miles east, ^•mlle south Route 15—only $3800. 7 rooms, all modern house, except heat; close in on east Casey- only $5250. Two acres on Brownsville Road, new 4 room house, modern except heat—good outbuildings. New 4 room house, large shop building, 1% miles on Waltonville Road. Priced to sell. 309 S. 10th & HENSON ".'^^r Phone 3622 ROBT. L. HARVEY, Broker 1.—If you have idle money drawing 3% or less, then you should inquire about this sound investment which will net 7 percent. This property is situated on a choice corner location, now leased to a major company—at $250 per month. 2. —Income property consisting of 3 unit apartment building with additional 4 room cottage. Total monthly income $95.00—priced for only $6000. 3.—Eight, room modern duplex, good corner location on E. Main street—price $8500. 4.—The "Ben Jacljson" six room modern home on Rich view Road; 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen with GE disposal unit and dishwasher, garage, large lot, beautiful shrubbery and shade, 5.—New modern brick home, under construction in choice location Just north of King City Travel Court on Salem Road. 6.—Vacant building lot with city water and nice shade on Stanley Avenue. L L. PHEMISTER REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 1007 Main —T«l. 187 A WISE DECISION MR. AND MRS. DERBERT SCOTT are the proud owners «of this beautiful, modern ranch-type home located in the exclu§ive JAMISON-MANNEN SUBDIVISION Mr. Derbert Scott is a valuable employee of C. E. Brehm, being Mr. Brehm's land man. Mrs. Derbert Scott is ttie president of the Newcon%ers Club. EARL D. JAMISON is inspired and encouraged to have fine citizens like the Scotts choose the Jamison-Mannen Subdivision for their home. The Conservative Value of This Beautiful Home Is $15,000 This Trqntoetion Was Hondled Through the Focilities of EARL D. JAMISON'S OFFICE Hodges Over Kiner In All-Star Voting By Aisoeiated Prgf« CHICAGO, 'June 1.5 — Gil Hodges of the Brooklyn Dodgers has passed Pittsburgh's Ralph Kiner in the latest tabulation of fan.s' votes for the National League's first choice in the All-Star basball game at Detroit July 10. Hodges has collected 18,103 voles to take a lead of 741 over the Pirates' home run king. Still the highest individual vote getter is Nellie Fox, Chicago White So.x second baseman. His tally has ballooned to 28,466. Stan Musial. St. Louis Cardinals left fielder, moved up to second in the popu- YBSTERDAY'S STARS .BATTING GIL HODGES, Dodgers—Socked two-run homer with two out in ninth to give Brooklyn a 2-1 victory over St. Louis. PITCHING BOB LEMON, Indians—Pitched Cleveland to H 3-1, six-hit victory over Philadelphia. larity race with 26,692 while Jackie Robinson, Dodger second baseman, dropped from second to third with 25,827. Since the poll opened Sunday, 63,185 ballots have been tabulated. Closing time is midnight June 29. JULIA RUTHERFORD-REAL ESTATE JOHN R. WOOLSEY, Salesmen Phone 400 or 48 1011 Main St. 4 room modern house, west part -% real buy. S300 cash, $4'j per month buys 6-room hous' on Casey Ave. Modern except heat. Price only $4000. (mr^ediata possession, $200 down, $25 per morth buys 3 room honsK on So. 9th. Modem except heat Price $.3100.00, $,'!00 down, $30 per month buys S room hous- on Lamar Avenue; partly modern—price only $3000. For rent—3 room furni.shed modern apartment on north 7th street; hardwood floors, stoker heat. 4 room furnished modern apartment on Jordan street. Z room modern furnished apartment on south 7th street. YOUR SMARTEST BUY IN SEAT COVERS! ... msde of LUMITE'' woven SARAN fabric Talis your choice!—from owr large auortment of smorHy styled, dscorator-stylsd patterns and colors. Count on these covers for amaz'mg /ong-wsor— they're made of Lumit* fabrici Count on us to install them expertly, so th«y hoM ffiefr perfscf fit/ *Rtgltl«rad Trgda-morti M«ml MMrs mt tmrnttm fmMm WMf WMidbffillyl "I K CIMB HMrt Mtilyl ^ It btMtihllyl Seat Covers Repaired & Refitted Door Panels Covered Plastic & Leatherette Material AUTO SEAT COVER Free Parking—15th and BROADWAY—Free Parking LASCO SWEETHEART ICE CREAM CHERRY PINEAPPLE COCOANUT Taste this blend of Perfection. Thret, flavors, red ripe cherries, golden pineapple, and shreds of cocoanut give pleasure and deliglit. A SWEETHEART OF A TREAT T testa VICE CREAM E. SMITH OfflM 1744 V. H. QUIGLEY SALESIMAN SIB Aoath S rooms, Karase. work shop, lar|;« shade, newly side and out, 1 mile—easy terms. « rooms, modern except heat, southwest location; fSI per month. • S room, all modern bunitalow, sarsRC, corner lot, pavai stmtt side; less than building cost. Call for appointment, 12 room apartment house; $190 per month Income. SmaS <aim PW* ment will handle. T Acres. 4 rooms, oatbuildlnis. fenced, V^-mitc oft pavencnt M gravel. 10 acres, 5 rooms, all weather road. Will trade for city property. 8 acres, 5 room house, all weather rAad, 6 miles cast. 30 acres, 5 room house, double xaraKe. other outballdlnfa, •! fruit, all weather road, mail route 3 miles north. SO acres, ,5 room house, larte barn and poultry kousst ysnng orchard well fenced, IVi-mlle to court house. 200 acre stock and grain farm, well improved, $60 per aert. 4 room house, 200 feet highway frontage. Priced to sell LISTINGS WANTED — FARM and CITY PBOPBETI Here is a fine 50-acre farm, all land limed and phosphated, extra nice S room house, hardwood floors, built-in bath, modern kitchen, foil ment, furnace, water heater, 2-car garage, chicken house, barn, fencing, Tolle Road—only $13,500. Nice 5 rooms, modern except heat, GI financed—1621 Forrest. $400 down, $26 month buys 4 room efficiency near Lincoln school. $300 down, S20 a month buys 4 rooms, full lot, south of city park. $72.'> down, balance like rent, buys 5 rooms, built-in bath and kitchen cabinets, 2-car garage, west. Beautiful 5 room modern ranch- style, garage, 2603 College. S rooms, 2 porches, garage, 910 Jones street—only $4000. S750 down, balance like rent buys 4 rooms modern,, 324 south 22nd. Beautiful long S room ranch-style, hardwood floan> built-in bath, modern MtebMit den, breeteway garage, Airp«rt road. Very attractive 7 rooms, ern large living room, drcplaM; %\<i baths, 4 bedrooms, fine Mse«. ment, gas teat, play room Ml Oakland. 10 acres, ^ room house witll basement, clofte In west. Attractive S rooms, butlt-ln Itatii and kitchen caliinets, garage, ISIS' Jones street. Pine 5 rooms, modern, hatS- wood floors, built-in liath, Bias* ern kitchen, oil heat. ffaiaM 1012 south 26th street. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RE3UABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS* 315 South 10th Street. Room B — Telephone 251-76i; Evening Calls — Telephones 4254 or 2667-J NEW LOCATION^ TENTH & HARRISONSom« Phontt FOR YOUR CONVENlENCe ''FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS'* S room all modern bungalow, one acre ground, bssenent, foraaai^ garage adjoining Summersville school on the east. Owner leavtaf city, will sacrifice for Immediate sale. Magnificent modern 7 room home, three blocks off aqiure, SI* Mafle, oil hot water heat, one and one-half baths, built-in eabiMts, liard> wood floors, double garage with income apartment. A sgpimili home for a large family for Income property. 5 room home, hardwood floors, built-in iMtb and bniit-ia cablMta, 1213 South 2Sth street-;-prlced to seU. 6 room all modern home in east part, good location, close to ItaakUB school. 10 room modern home, 2 baths, hot water heating system, faB ment, only $l,00e down. 11 ,000 down, balance like rent buys 10 acres, close In nortb; I house, other outbuildings, good road. 7 room modern brick home, 4 bedrooms, full basement with 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. d room ail modern home, close in, three bedrooms, built-in eabiastsb built-in bath, hardwood floors, insulated, large front porch, au>. ment, gas heat gas hot water heater, nice lot. Only |S<M. must sell Immediately. | 4 room all modern home, hardwood floors, gas water healsr, gas flosr furnace, buUt-in cabinets, buUt-ia bath. Good iocaUoB la aorllk 91,000 down will buy this 4 rooai modem home. Hardwood built-in bath, buiit-io cabinets. An exclusivs north loeatlMk 20 acres on good gravel road elosc to highway, with good S IMM, homo, garage and barn, looatad about 5 miles east->»rleo« la aiS $500 down bays your choke of any number of 5 modern except beat horaca. Consult • R««l fstdtt SpMialitf who kwows «stf ii^*, hos hod ovor Iwonty ytow of tuccouhil taptffi«MO> ;W« will moke you o CASH OFKR lor you* hoiwo m Hm»

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