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SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SOCIETY GRADUATE ChristiBfi Service Circle Mrt. Burroll Phillips was host- 0 ess to members of the Christian Service Circle at her homo on the Salem rond, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Flossie Holfner, Mrs. Inez Stocltton, Mrs. Nettie Pace, Mrs. Rose Herbert, Mrs. Maude Boyd, and Mrs. Orn Lycrla were guests at the meeting. Mr.s. Ilailic Robinson, president, read the scripture los.son and Mrs. B'annie Mctcalf led in prayer. At the business mcetlnR, the Circle voted to give $10 to help a needy family and to contribute $11 • to assist a lady who is seriously • 111. Mrs. Hcifner gave a reading In keeping with Flag Day. Mrs. Mattie Ryder, who is a charter member of the Circle, made a talk. The hostess, assisted by Mrs, Stella Ward, Mrs. Jenelle Mabry, and Mrs. Hallle Robinson, served refreghments. The next meeting will he held (It City Park in July. ii/ Delta Theta Tan Delta Theta Tau sorority will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrg. Helen Hurst. Bethel Vnit, Home Bureau Bethel Unit, Jefferson County Hon^ Bureau, will meet at 9:30 Wednesday morning at the home of Miss Lucille Day on the Benton road, for a le.sson on tray tnak. ing. Members arc requested to bring A a blunt Ice pick and pencils. Mrs. Maude Hays, assisted by Mrs. Dorothy Wooden of the Van Dorn Unit, will give the lesson. A covered dhsh luncheon will be served at noon. West Salera W. S, C. S. Women's Society of Christian Service of the West Salem church will meet at the church, Tuesday evening at eight o'clock: All members of the society are urged to attend this meeting as the cook books will be on display. Courtesy Club Mrs. Elsa E>erry was ho-stess to members of the Courtesy Club Thursday afternoon at her home on Lambert street. Following the regular business meeting, games were played. After the social hour, the host- «8s, assisted by Mrs. Irene Dcrry •nd Mrs. Virgine Derry, served refreshments. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. 4 E. A. Ma.ssey and Mrs. Wilbur Derry. The next meeting will be held July 19 at the home of Mrs. Mildred Thomas. Change Ladien Day •t Green Hills Club The entertainment committee of Green Hills Country Club has announced that, Ladies Day at the club will, in the future, be observed only on Tuesdays of each week, for both card and golf events. ;*) There will be no Iladies Day this we^k as the ladies of the local club have been invited to attend the Centralia Country Club on Tuesday. The committee has requested that luncheon reservations be made not later than Sunday of each week. Ladies of the club who plan to attend the golf and bridge events at Carbondale on Wednesday, June 20th, have been requested to make their reservations not later than ^ Monday, June 18. They are also requested to sign up at the local club for this event. Pigg-Reynolds Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pigg, 136 Castleton avenue, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Nadine, to Austin Reynolds, son of the late C. F. Reynolds and Mrs. Reynolds, formerly of Waltonville, Tuesday evening, June 12. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Andrew 9 Caraker at the First Baptist at the First Baptist Church at seven o 'clock in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pigg, brother and sister-in-law of the bride •erved as the couple's attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds will make their home in Gary, Ind. where he is employed. Local Delegates to Attend Kiwanit International Convention Officers of the Kiwanis Club to^ nounced the names of the dele' gates who will represent the local dub at the 36th annual convention of Kiwanis International, June 17 through June 21, in St, Louis. They are: J. A. Breeze, W. O, Moore, Clarence McCauley and Jake Gatewood. President Jim Breeze said many eminent speakers will address the B ARBARA WHITNEY WILSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Whitney, 521 south 18th street, who it among the candidates for the A. B. Degree from Mlddlebury College, Mid- dlcbury, Vt., on June 18. 4-H CLUBS JEFFERSON COUNTY 4-H DAY CAMP Hugh Livcsay, Jefferson County Youth Adviser, wishes to remind all 4-H club boys and girls and their leaders of the Day Camp, which is to be held Tuesday, June 19, in the Mt. Vernon City Park. The 4-H Federation delegates are to do the registration between 1:00 and 1:30 p. m. The program is planned to begin at 1:30. During the afternoon there is to be such activities to participate in as Softball, boating, swimming, and games to play. At 6:30 p. m. there is to be a pot-luck supper in which al 4-H members, leaders, parents are invited to attend. Each family is to bring their own supper. Everyone is invited to attend the evening program between 8:00 and 9:00 p. m. which will consist of vespers and a candellighting ceremonial in charge of the past State Leadership camp delegates. All 4-H'ers arc urged to bring their swimming suits, ballgloves. and wear comfortable clothing »nd shoes for a day of fun. Sleepy Hollow boys will meet at the home of their presidents, Melvin Wi throw, Monday, June 18. convention. All addresses will be based on the organization's nine objectives of this year as well as Kiwanis International's 1951 administrative theme, "Freedom Is NOT Free," The local delegates are among the anticipated 10000 Kiwanians and their families who will meet to elect he international officers for the coming year, and to participate in panel conferences on various activities'-sponsored by Kiwanis, among which are youth, community, and citizenship services, s The Rev. Terence J, Finlay, a distinguished clergyman and civic leader of Ottawa, Canada, will speak at the "Convention Prelude" tomorrow evening. FOR SALE AUTO PARTS Eddie's SHELL Service { lOtb and Perklm , OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! Scientific Care Will Save Your Hair THE FIELDS SYSTEM 122 N, llth St. — Phone 4175 SMARTEST DEAL Any Car Can Mak0 ^ If you plan to finance your new car, ' the new Bank and Agent Auto Plan offers you lowest finance charges, complete insurance protection and lervice. It is fast, easy, convenient. Before you buy, ask us for the faas. HINMAN & WARD I INSURANCE 426 Rogers Bldg. Phone 101 PERSONAL Mrs. A. P. Bindrup and daughter, Virginia Lynn, of Royal Oaks, Mich, are the guests of Mrs. Bindrup's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Reavis, route 7. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams and daughters left today on a business trip to Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harris have returned to their home in Columbus, O. after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Dycus at Waltonville and Mt. Vernon relatives. Mrs. Carrie Davis of Detroit, Mich, is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul Fellingcr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Owl and daughters, of Red Lake, Minn, visited relatives here en route to North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dllling- ham and son, Kenny, left yesterday for a two weeks visit with relatives in Abilene, Tex. Mrs. James Brown and daughter, Mary Ann, and her mother, Mrs. W. W, Kirk of Salem were Mt. Vernon visitors yesterday. Mrs. Earl M. Carroll spent Thursday in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hifiman have arrived to spend the summer in Mt. Vernon after spending the past winter in Texas. Mrs. Theodore Gartner and daughters. Norma Ellen and Valerie, have returned to their home in Maywood, Calif, after visiting her sister, Mrs. Howard R. Ellis, 831 Oakland avenue. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Harvell visited here from Bonnie yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rippllnger and children, former Mt, Vernon residents, now living in Nashville, were visitors here yesterday. Mrs. Islah Winn of Valier spent yesterday in this city. Mrs. Carl Weller and sons, Donald and Robert, of Fairmount, 111. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parker. Gerald R. Higginson departed Thursday for Des Moinea, la., where he has employment. His new address is: 3413 east Fourteenth street. Pvt. Charles Benjamin, who is stationed at Camp Breckinridge, Ky., arrived here last evening to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maulding. Theresa Collins, Tina Anselment, Golda Grigg, Katie Aydt, Nell Wicks, Bess Cross, Bertha Clark, Lillian Adams, Aurelia Kiefer, Frances Kiefer, Evelyn Aydt and Hannah Coin represented the Dahlgren Unit, Home Bureau, at a district meeting held here Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Orton, son, Buddy, and daughter, Diana, of Chicago, were business visitors here yesterday. Mr. Orton is chief of the Associated Press Bureau in Chicago. Miss Ellen Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Smith, former Mt. Vernon residents now living in Tuscon, Ariz., is visiting relatives and friends in Mt. Vernon. Mildred Lisenby and Genelle Sutton returned this morning from the Girl Scout Camp at Grafton, 111. where they had spent the week. Mrs. Clara Egbert and her granddaughter, Virginia Egbert, have departed for Miami, Fla. where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Ferrer. Mrs. Ferrer is the granddaughter of the former and sister of the latter. William D. Thompson, YNT3, stationed with the U.S. Navy at Norfolk, Va., arrived home last ENGAGED J^ISS MARY ANN BRANSON, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Branson of Roehelle, 111., whose engagement to John Myroth, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Myroth, Sr., also of Roehelle, Is being announced. Mr. and Mrs. Branson and their daughter are former residents of Keenes. No date has been set for the wedding. evening to spend a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles i. Thompson. Mr, and Mrs. Thompson met their son at the airport in Evansville, Ind,, and drove him here. Mrs. ^Abe Metcalf of Hammond, Ind., is visiting relatives and friends in Mt. Vernon. Master Randall Wayne Chambliss has returned home after spending the past few days as the guests of Carolyn and Patsy Cunningham in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chapman and son, Jerry, left this morning for a two weeks vacation in Florida. Mrs. Nora Smith Johnson is ill at her home, 113 north Twelfth street. DANCING CLASSES lap • Ballet Acrobatic - Toe PHONE SI 81 Mrs. Harry Dunham Member ^Jhleago National Asa'n of Dancing Masters McLEANSBORO OLAnON BUWELL, Comepondent McLEANSBORO, June 16.—The McLeansboro city council met Tuesday night for their June meeting and passed the Annual Tax Levy Ordinance totaling $71,710.00. The residental light rate was reduced from 8c per KWH to 7c. Members of the city light plant presented a plea for a raise in salaries, which was granted, the raises averaged $15 per month and was extended to include employees of the street and alley department. Chief Lowery of the fire department made a request for 1000 feet of fire hose and pay for the 15 member department. The council after deliberating the question of finances, finally purchased the much needed hose and granted the firemen a salary of $15 per month. Mr. and Mrs. John Moss and children attended the Card-Dodger ball game in St. Louis Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brill have returned to their home in Chicago Heights after spending the past week visiting relatives in McLeansboro and neighboring towns. Mrs. Ica Stallings, who is employed in Manteno, is here visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ritchey and other relatives, Ralph Tate, who is attending school at Purdue University, is spending this week here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Moss and family of Pekin are spending the week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lambert. Mrs. Mary Lou Veatch and daughter Dione and Mrs. Lillie Brockett spent Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chancey Howell of Omaha. Mrs. G. R. Hinch of Marion, Ky., is spending this week visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hinch. Mr. and Mrs. George Morris attended the funeral of her uncle in Golconda Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eilburn Anderson, Bobbie Deitz and Miss Joan Viers attended the Cardinal ball game in St. Louis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Moss and children, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lambert and Carilyn Holland spent Wednesday In Evansville. Mrs. Renda Shoemaker of Peoria is visiting this week with her sister, Mrs. Alonzo Allen and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Austin of Ottawa, spent Saturday and Sunday here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Shepard. O. R. Thompson left this week for Roehelle where he will be employed at a canning factory. Miss Jane Blades of Springfield is visiting her anut, Mrs. Ruth Mc. Elvain here this week. Specializing in Farm Sales Furniture and Real Estate at Auctions. Sales. Carl Kraatz, Auctioneer Phone 86F13 Ullln or Phone 3414, Mt. Vernon, 111. For Sale—anaall 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<-9500 dowiv. S unit apartment house, close In; hot water heat, fine location. Everett Ellis Room 809 Rogers Building Phone 228-J or 1433-J BEN E. SMITH Offlo* 1744 V. H. QUIGLEY SALESMAN tl5 Sooth lOth Street 6 rooms, gairdgt. work shop, Urfe tot, shade, newly decorated inside and out, 1 mile—easy terms. < rooms, modern exeept heat, sauthwest location; $300 down, $35 per month. 5 room, ail modern bunvatow, rarsfe, eorner lot, paved street, west side; less than buildinf cost. Call for appointment. 12 room apartment house; fl90 per nonth laeoroe. Small down payment will handle. 7 Acres, 4 rooms, oatbuildingSi fenced, Vi-mile oft pavement on gravel. 10 acres, S rooms, all weather road. Will trade for city property. 8 acres, 5 room house, all weather road, 6 miles east. 30 acres, 5 room house, double tarafe, otiier outbuildings, lots of fruit, all weather road, mall route S miles north. SO acres, 5 room house, large bam and poultry house, young orchard well fenced, 1^-miIe to court hoasc. 200 acre stock and grain farm, well Improved, 160 per acre. 4 room house, 200 feet highway frontage. Priced to sell quick. LISTINGS WANTED — FARM and CITY PROPERTT PUBLIC SALE I Will Sell at Public Auction at 202 EAST WASHINGTON ST. FLORA, ILL. THURS., JUNE 21, 1951 Beginning promptly at 2 o'clock P. M. 8-foot McCray meat case, like new. 2 sets Dayton scales, like new. Hobart meat grinder. Meat block and knives. Double electric pop cooler. National cash register. Allen Wales adding machbie. Service counter. Walk-In electric cooler. Electric fan. Heating stove. TERMS—CASH JOHN GALBRAITH Owner OOL. BRAD HENSON, Auctioneer Better Buy Used Cars 1950 Studtbaktr Champion, Regal Deluxe 4-door, overdrive, climitiz- er, radio, seat covers. 1950 Sfrudebaker Champion, Regal Deluxe Starlite Coupe, Overdrive, climitizer, radio, sun visor, sea* covers. 1948 Studebaker Champion, Regal Deluxe 4-door, overdrive, climitiz­ er, radio. 1948 Studebaker Champion, Regal Deluxe Starlite 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 Yi Ton Pickup * Overdrive and heater. FOR "A GOOD DEAL AND A GOOD DEAL MORE" come to JOHNSON MOTOR SERVICE STUDEBAKER SALES & SERVICE 9th and Harrison Sts. Phone 1044 . Mt. Vernon, IlL NOTICE Submit sealed bids for Janitor and bus driver, separately or combined, to Walter Piercy, Route 5, Mt. Vernon, oi or before June 22. BOARD OF EDUCATION ROME COM. CONS. Boyle to Speak At Vets Reunion •y Aitatlilt4 Pr»M CHICAGO, June 16—Men and women who served in the World War II battle zones got together again today. The second annual reunion of the 94th Infanry Division brought veterans to town for three days of hand-shaking and talk-trading. Red Cross workers who served in all war areas met for a separate series of three days sessions at the annual convention of the American Overseas Association. Hal Boyle, Associated Press war correspondent and columnist, and Brig. Gen. Guy S. Meloy, chief of the Civilian Relations Section of the U.S. Army's Information Bureau, will speak liefbre the 94th Division vets Saturday night. Boyle was covering the war In Europe at a time when the division was engaged in four major campaigns there. FRESH DRESSED FRYERS $1.25 On Foot 11 .00 Deliver on Saturday NOAH MOORE Phone S9S8-J8 BARBERIN6 By Appointment THE FIEI DS SYSTEM 122 N lltb St. — Phona 4178 NU-REMEDY Knocks the Aches AT ALL DRUG STORES - 25' 5 MILES NORTH near Glen View cablnB--4 room white slng:Ied bungalow, shaded by beautiful trees on 6 acres. Popular suburban neighborhood, Shiloh township, low taxes. House modern with automatic oil floor furnace. Abiindance of food water—$6500. Immediate occupancy, reasonable down payment, balanee like rent. R. LeBEN GARRISON Real Estate Broker BEN ROEDER - Salesman 1601 Broadway Phone 104 or 4695 I ATTENTION EUCSI FATHER'S DAY DANd SATURDAY, JUNE U Presenting the New Egyptionoiret With Cyiti| ^ Bradley, Jr. on the Vocolt Curtis is currently with WCNT In Centralia and totcly if St. Louis, Light Opera Guild. Doncing 9 Till 1 mmm 1 JULIA RUTHERFORD —REAL ESTATE JOHN R. WOOLSEY, Salesmon Phone 400 or 48 . 1011 Moin St. 9 room modern home in west part—3 baths, basement, suitable for duplex; cottage in rear. Immediate possession. A real buy for quick sate. 41 acre farm, 5 miles east of city, 4 room house, barn, chicken house, electricity, telephone—price $3500. 9500 cash, balance like rent, buys 4 room all modern bungalow, west part; built-in bath, built-in cabinet, hardwood floors, possession Julj 1—a real buy. Price only 95500. ^ When You Purchase an Insurance Policy You Expeef^ ^ Two Things: ^ i ^ PROTECTION and SERVICE 4 • We GIVE You BOTH! m PROTECTION In old line Stock insurance companies m ^ who have a capital set up for your security. ^ ^ SERVICE which is the principle on wtaien our m ^ present and future business Is dedicated. ^ THIS IS WHY WE SAY— m 2 BE SURE^::.ilNSURE with I 1 JOHNSON &ESTES^ 2 INSURANCE AGENCY I ^ • ALL FORMS of INSURANOB e W South 10th St.. on Virginia Ave.. 'Phone 3502 L 9750 down, balance 950 a month buys 4 rooms, modern except heat- east suburban. Nine room apartment houie, 5 rooms up and 4 rooms down; all modern, separate baths, income 9110 a month; close In -Hinly 910,500. 7? acre farm with food improvements; % oil rifht*, two alles north of Texico. 30 acre farm, fair improvements, vacant; five miles east, ^-ma• south Route 15—only 93800. 1 rooms, all modern house, escept heat; close In on east Casey- only $5250. Two acres on Brownsville Road, new 4 room house, modern except heat—good outbuildinis. New 4 room house, larie shop buiidinr. IH miles on Waltonville Soad. Priced to .sell. Reol Estate Brokers 309 S. 10th Phone 3622 ROBT. L. HARVEY, Broker & HENSON 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 9250 per month. t. — Income property consisting of 3 unit apartment building with additional 4 room cottage. Total monthly Income 99S.00—priced for only $6000. 3.—Eight room modern duplex, good eorner location an B. Main street—price $8500. 4.—The "Ben Jacl(son" six rcom modern heme on Richview Road; 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen with GE disposal unit and dishwasher, garage, large lot, beautiful shrubbery and shade. S.—New modern brick home, under construction In ehoice loeatloB Just north of King City Travel Court on Salem Retail. S.—Vacant building lot with elty water and nlot shad* on Stanley Avenue. L 1. PHEMISTER REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 1007 Main —Tel. 187 Here is a fine 50-acre farm, all land limed and phesphated, ntra alW S room house, hardwood floors, built-in bath, modern kitehen, Aril ment, furnace, water he#ter, 2-car garage, chicken hottsct bam, fencing. Telle Road—«nly 913,500. Nice S rooms, modern exeept heat, GI financed—1821 Forrest. 9400 down, $26 month buys 4 room efficiency near Lincoln school. $.')00 down, 920 a month btiys 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- style, garage, 2603 College. 5 rooms, 2 porches, garage, 910 Jones street—only $4000. 9750 down, balance like rent buys 4 rooms modern, 324 souUi 22nd. Beautiful Imig B ^ ranch-style, hardwooS limn, bnilt-in bath, modern kltalMB. den, breeseway garage, Alrpart road. Very attractive 7 rooms, maS- ern large living room, fireplaea, 2% baths, 4 bedrooms, fin* basement, gas leat, play room Stl Oakland. 10 acres, 2 room house with basement, close in west. Attractive 5 rooms, bnllt -hi totfe and kitchen cabinets, farag*. Mil Jones street. Fine 5 rooms, modem, kwi* wood floors, built-in bath. Bl«d« ern kitchen, oil heat. (M«g *b 1012 south 26th street A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS* 315 South 10th Street, Room B — Telephone 251-TM Evening Calls — Telephones 4254 or 2667-J NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON — Same Phonet 62-789 FOR YOUR CONVENIfNCI "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" "SCHWEINFURTH" MODERN OFFICE BUILDING 919 Main street, consisting of the finest office suit** ia Mi Vernon, 4 and 6 rooms each, tile baths, hardwood floors, aatoMMl* heat. Mr. Doctor. Mr. Lawyer, Mr. Dentist, Mr. Oil Opcratar, lb. Investor, here Is a building you can occupy, no pariOng tMmhl**, aaS the income from the remainder of the building wiU pay far llli building. Income 9400 per month. Priced at about one-half afU*. replacement value. Will accept other property In exehaafe. Saal town payment, balance one-half of Income from buUdlai. A rai* opjtprtunlty to own one of Mt. Vernon's better buildings. 6 rooms, full basement, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, full tMat porch, located 719 Harrison, close to grade and high schools, let* than three blocks from public square. Immediate possession. On ass, whose illness necessitates immediate sale of this property, will sacrifice. • I- H- J S room, all modern bungalow, full basement, stoker heat, nice in porch, brick foundation, large living room, corner lot; double garage with apartment, 4 room efficleocy, hardwood I built-in bath, income 940 monthly. An outstanding horn* Willi • good income. The only bakery downtown, 1011 Broadway. Splendid eqalpaMst A real money maker. Owner must sell. Might exchange for property. 7 rooms, modern except heat, double garage, 509 S. South llttu small down payment, balance like rent. Close to Field school aai Junior High. Out of town owner will sell 5 room efficiency home, n «kr eity pOffc; hardwood floors, buiJt-ln bath, built-in cabinets, only 949N, witk 9500 down, balance 940 monthly. An unequalled value. The ''Clint Fleener" home, formerly "Mannen" home, SOOi Csscy; 3 lots, 6 large rooms, carpeted, oil heat, built-in cabinets, exquisitely decorated, fireplace, built-in bath. This spaetous hoSM is ideal for a large family with large grounds and shade. A hSM that must be seen to be appreciated. Reasonably priced. fSiOO will buy a 5 room house, modern except heat. Near hifb school—paved street. 1703 South 10th — 5 room home, modern except heat. A r**l bargain. 5 room modern home with 3H acres north bard road. Owasr tmt» Ing city, wlU sacrifice for Immediate sale. Beautiful colonial home, finest location north, two baths. S M« rooms, one downstairs. Urge living room with fheplaet. fdU lMK> ment, play room, oil heat, nice shade. One of the flasat ksMt in north part. Only 918,590 easy terms. 9500 down—balance ilk* rent, buys your choice of aaaay Mt. Vernon: some now with ^—»—fc-iH-bi heat; suburban bomoa aay d... see the finest selectloa of homes direction. Save time —•.swap mm Macs oa terms you eaa aOift mn> Consult o RmI Istot* Specialist who km&W has had evai twanty yoers of successful e will make /ou a CASH Of Mi fot fouf *

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