TO THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1951 6LUF0RD MAS WASIWKilt C#ff#§^ The well-liked Sunday School fuperintendent of the Evangelical United Brethren church, Mr. Mark Martin, retired Sunday after 30 yean of continuous service as superintendent. The Sunday School showed their appreciation of Mr. Martin's service by presenting him with a chair. The presentation speech was made by Rev. Williams and previous to that a poem, composed by Nadine Clary in honor of Mr. Martin, was read by Mrs. Eva Comwell. A basket dinner was served at noon. All of Mr. Martin's children and grandchildren were present. They are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Martin and children of Kirkwood, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin, Jr., and children of Overland, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Green and children of Waltonville. Out-o-towm guests also attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Childress of Fairfield and Miss Donna McCowen of Waltonville. Miss Elizabeth Bell is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. A. Chapman, near Mt. Vernon, this week. Sgt. and Mrs. Glen Whalen and children of Chapman, Kan., have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Outland, and other Telatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sawyer and Mrs. Emma Sawyer from East Alton, m., visited Mr. and Mrs. Rynd Wood and Mrs. Laura Wood last week. Mrs. Laura Wood and Mrs. Emma Sawyer are sisters. A dinner was served in their honor at the home of Mrs. Wood on Thursday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rynd Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wood and children. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halbrooks and daughter, Sheila, of Detroit, Mich., are visiting" their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton and Mrs. Delia Halbrooks, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Renshaw of Memphis, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Sewell of Murphysboro, 111., visited Mr. and Mrs. Rynd Wood last week. They were accompanied to Mt. Pulaski, 111., by Mr. and Mrs. Wood, where they spent the week end visiting Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Maddox. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Outland attended services at the tent meeting near Walnut Hill Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Staley, Nancy Bean and Norma Wilson visited in Fairfield Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Green and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Vance and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Young attended the Butler reunion in Decatur Sunday, June 1. Texas Jo and Gary Hughes have gone to Aubuquerque, N. M., to make their home with their parents. They were accompanied by Paul and Iva Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kidwell and Mrs. Ezra Krutsinger of Louisville, 111., spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis. Mh and Mrs. George Green and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Green and children visited in Effingham on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Chrisman. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Woodworth celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary last Sunday with a dinner at the noon hour. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Minor and daughter of Mt. Vernon-and Miss Betty Tracy of Nason were out-of-town guests, Vernon Pepple, Rev, Curtis Williams and Hale Marlow are attending the Evangelical United Brethren Conference this week in Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. P, E. Bell and children, Billy and Carolyn Sue, visited in Paducah, Ky,, from Monday until Wednesday. The Freshman Class of '50 and •51 spent Saturday in St. Louis at Forest Park and the Highlands. They were accompanied by the class sponsor, Mrs. Alice Power, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Green and children. Rev. Dale Huff of Beecher City, ni., accompanied his mother, Mrs. Vera Huff, to Nashville, Tenn., last week end on business. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hol- Ungshead of Champaign, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Green and chil- dme, Miss Donna McCowen of WaltonviUe, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Martin and daughter. Dee Ann, of Kirkwood,, Mo.,- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin, Jr. and children of Overland, Mo., Mrs. Jackie Sellers Donohue and daughter, Nancy, of Kirkwood, Mo., and Mrs. Rose Green of Bluford. Aniong those attending the homecoming at Ham's Grove Sun- •ill imm I 'OPEN WIDE, PLE of Arlinrton, Vs., feeds a worm rrweety Pie," perched on the A S E . — Debbie Anne Lacy, 11, to her orphan six-weeks-old robin, handle of its Easter bsslcet nest. TOP WAF— J^ew commander of the Women's Air Force is Col. Mary Jo Shelly, above, former commander of the WAVES (lattjr sailors). Miss Shelly, now on leave from Bennington College, Bennington, Vt., succeeds CoL Goraldine P. May, who resigned. day were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodworth, Mrs. Maude Adams, Mrs. R. S. Young and sons, Fred and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Rosier Russell. Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis transacted business in Mt. Vernon on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Green and children of Waltonville visited Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Cora Green. Melvin Chambliss suffered a very painful injurj' to his eye by a piece of flying steel. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lyerla have returned to their home in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Betty Marlow and Byron Vance accompanied them. Mrs. Gerald Joles and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and FOR SALE >250 dawn buys 4 room house with bath. Close in on paved street. ~ 80 acres land, 4 room house, electricity, g^ood road, water in house. Price only fSO per acre. 6 room all modern home. Close In at 524 North lltb street. Please call tor appointment to see this reasonably priced home. Very attractive 5 room effiency modern home at 1005 South 23rd street. Can be seen by appointment only. Will sell low as $T250 down to responsible party. Nearly new 5 room house, bam, Carage, other outbuildings, with 6 acres land, 1% miles from city. 1750 down, balance liice rent buys 4 rooms modern except heat. Nice South 23rd street location. E. S. COOK 9181^ Main — Phone 387 or 4520* Itei^il G. Hflnrphj REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Marvin L. Moore - Frank Hopkins Salesmen GLENN MURPHY. Broker 1118 Main St. Phone 217 I. —Income property consisting of 4 unit apartment building with all furniahings. Income $167.50 per month. 317 South 9th street. Out of town owner will sacrifice for quicli sale. S.— Mr. Investmv-of all the investments in Mt, Vernon do not overlook this one bringing in $500 per month. Building 40x160, has four 4 room apartments, two 3 rooms and one 2 room apartment npatftin, office and garage with double duty car or trucli Uli OB ground floor. Another feature la the location—602 Main street. Don't let thia bargain pats. 1 ^-4 room modern ranch type home, hardwood floors, modern kitchen •ad bathnHmM. utility room with oil furnace, lot 75x200, located eloM in CMt. 4^ roam bancaknr, larai*. coal house and chicken house—only ISSN. Oeoa S room hwue oleely arranged In two 4 room apartments, located eloee In on IStb street. Eieellent building dte, eomer lot, Northbrook Drive. 9,r-Oat of town owner will aell 5 room modern bungalow, Venetian •hade*, Inralated, fM bMement, furnace, garsge—weat part. OrMcry stock of foods and fixtures, good location. t/-40 sr lis Mres, 4 milca seutbesst of Mt. Vernon on Lynchburg Msd. hsuae and bsra. 3 ponds and 3 wells, improved road, close to sekaol and Ugh school bos line. Ground has been limed and id; flwrn mssOT la eon. If sold soon wUl let 1/3 of erop _ taritalnr. mttmm except beat; also t room eottage on ... ^ MTviUd to sMI—llth i&eet. 11^ aMW iasl* tr lam 0^ ttw KslrfleU Boad, with or without baildlsgi—•ffaad htlktbtg alto. lt^j4J |Mim .4>Mm b |g |;fMd Ml buUdlBCs. cleetricity-WaltonvUIe Mrs. R. J. Livandais of New Orleans, La. Fire of unknown origin destroyed the home of V. G. Hundley on Tuesday night. Mrs. Lavin Keele visited her parents Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bell spent the week end in Effingham, 111. Bluford 4-H clubs attended the rally at the Mt. Vernon Park on Tuesday afternoon. LEGAL NOTICE ADV^RTISE^IENT FOR BIDS Coal bid specifications foi' Mt. Vernon city schools are now available in Superintendent's office at Junior High School. 6-21 TIME TO BUY LIQUOR IS NOW from the only Liquor Store in Mt. Vernon. East Side Square - FREE DELIVERY. PHONE 100 or 708 Free Parking in Rear Sold His Suffering Mother's Morphine By a »o«i«t *d Prisa OKLAHOMA CITY, June 21.— Police and treasury department narcotics agents yesterday jailed Roland Joe Fitch, 28-year-old former cofivict, on charges of selling morphine a doctor prescribed to his suffering, cancer -stricken mother. Capt. Walt Acord, police narcotics officer, said ''^itch rnade six sales of rr.orphine to informers in the past 10 days. All the narcotics, Acord said, came from the morphine supply that was meant to case the suffering of Fitch's mother, Mrs. Faye Fitch. Officers said the doctor prescribed 50 one-quarter grain tablets of morphine every tvvo days for the wornan and the son had been selling about 40 of the tablets. Fitch is charged specifically with selling a govemrnent informer si.x of the tablets for SS. The 50-tablet supply \vas purchased legally for less than $2. Ridgway School Chief Appointed By AfSocUted Prtss RIDGWAY, 111., June 2l -^Harold V'. Lundgren, Thebes, 111., high school principal eight years, yesterday was appointed head of Ridgway grade and high schools. He succeeds the late J. F. Karber. A GOOD INVESTMENT Fine Locofrion Norfh Side Close In. A 4-ROOM APT.—A 3-ROOlM APT. AXD A BASE3IENT APT. with monthly income of S15O.O0. Two baths, hot air heat, double garage, nicely decorated. Here is a safe Investment with a good income. Priced to sell and on reasonable terms. The furniture is included. ED B. MOSS at 1442 or 738, or V, E. RICHARDSON at 1303 JULIA RUTHERFORD-REAL ESTATE JOHN R. WOOLSEY, Solesmon Phone 400 or 48 1011 Main St. S200 Cash, §28 per month, buys 3 rooms, north part—price $3000. 9 room modern home in west part—3 baths, basement, suitable for duplex; cottage in rear, immediate possession. A real buy for auicli sale. 41 acre farm, 5 miles east of city, 4 room house, barn, chiclien bouse, electricity, telephone—price S330O. $500 cash, balance Ijice rent, bays 4 room all modern buni:aIow, north part; built-in bath, built-in cabinet, hardwood floors, possession luly 1—a real buy. Price only S5500. For rent—4 room modern furnished apartment, 712 Jordan; 2 room modern furnished apartment, 315 south 7th. Phone 400 or 48. New ranch type 4 rooms, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, automatic heat, attached garage, city water, on liard road. 5 rooms, all modern, full basement, stoker heat, newly decorated, now vacant. Choice location—408 south 19th street. 6 room bouse, modern except heat. Can be purchased on easy terms. On South 12th street. \ew 4 room bouse, hardwood floors, fireplace, bailt-in esbinets; also large shop building. Close in on Waltonville Road. 6 room house, close in on Cherry street. Will trade for snoall suburban property. Real nice 5 room house, built-in cabinets, modem bath, bS6«ment with furnace and stoker, 20 acres nice level ground, good roads> across from block school bouse—reasonable. v 30 acre farm, now vacant, 514 miles east; fair buildings—only fSSOO. Good 77 acre farm, good buildings, 2)i miles north of TesicA-^nly $7700. New 4 room house, modem except heat, barn and other outbuildings, 2 acres ground—close in. 6 room home in Bluford at a very lotr price. HINDMAN & HENSON ".i^l^r 309 S. 10th Phone 3622 ROBT. L. HARVEY, Broker Harold E. Chambliss, Solesmon FOR SALE The "Million $ Grape" building in choice location on Salem Road. This property is adaptable to many types of businesses—250O square feet of space; lot is approximately 97x200 foot depth; city water, Janitrol gas heat, 350 gallon propane tank. ImmedUte possession- attractive terms. 1.—$500 down, $30 per month buya business building in Opdykc, III. Has four room apartment on second floor, located on V. S. highway No. 460. Price only |31S0. 2.—$800 down, $61 per month < uys 8 room duplex, partially furnished. Located at 1112 Jones street—full lot. 3.—Modern duplex with five room unit and four room unit; pHvato baths, good location—price 912,500. 4.—Income property on nortn Sth street; (wo houses on 100x80 ft. lot. Total income $95 per month'-pricc 96O00. L L PHEMISTER REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE f 1007Moin —Til. 187 HOUSE VOTES $2 RAISE IN JOBLESS PAY (Cbntlnutd fram ^as* Oiw) provcments to Hickory Creek near Joliet. There was no debate. The bill goes to the Senate. The House today reversed its action of last night and approved a S750,O0O appropriation for a bridsc acrross the Fox river on the sou til side of Aurora. When the hill was called lagt nitrlU it lost hy n vote of 71 to 15, with 77 needed for passage. The House reconsidered its action today and then passed the measure, 113 to 3, sending it to the Senate. License Auto Races Another bill defeated by the House last night also was revived today and pa.ssed. Sponsored by Reps.. Robert Burhans and James Carrigan of Peoria, the bill would allow county boards to license automobile races and stunt events. The Senate will act on it next. The House defeated a bill to permit Slate Central Committees to nominate their national committeeman and committeewoman at national party conventions. HARRY'S SUPER MARKET-SELF SERVICE 1010 NEWBY AVENUE PHONE 2340 Largest Selection Home-Killed Meats in Southern Illinois. Below WHOLESALE COST Direct to Customer BEEF SALE * BEEF SALE * BEEF SALE: Don't Ask Your Grocer to Duplicate These Prices— NO ONE BUT HARRY ^Good Tender—Club or Loin [BEEFSTEAK 69c Good Tender :BOILiNG BEEF 39c Good Tender BEEF ROAST 55c: Boneless Rolled Prime Rib BEEF ROAST 69c: ,i ;0OI> TKVDER T-BONES 79c KHESII GROUND BEEF Try Our DellcloiiK CUBE lb. 67c STEAKS lb. 69c French Ground ^HAMBURGER 49c ^Good A-Grade :OLEO Lb. 25c TONGUES Beef LIVER Lb. 39c KMGF.'S TEXDEHATED SMO.HAMS .b 55c: Whole or Half LARGE »BOLOGNA •3 lbs $1 8-Lb. 'STAND *LARD.... 51.59 GOOD SKINLESS WIENERS 49c 3 to 4-1 b. Pea. Lean «>lal>—not Fat It!^... 42k HATH'S RACORX SLICED BACON Black Hank Flavor .b .45< EMGE'S READY TO EAT PICNIC ^0^^ HAMS lb. lit' •ALL CUTS VEAL AND LAMB Xountry Style PORK ;SAUSAGE L .29C Fresh Dressed—Cut Up Free< FRYERS-BAKERS Home Mode HEAD CHEESE ..29c: PORK CHOPS, lb l /lC FRESH PORK SHANKS, Ib .l7t PORK LOIN CHOPS, lb. 59c HOME K1I.I,ED BACK BONES HO.^IK KILLED SPARE RIBS Fresh HAM Center Cut 63c Fresh SIDE PORK lb. 39c Horry's Pork Tenderloin SAUSAGE i#C Fresh Pork PICNIC HAMS, lb. 35c Fresh Leon PORK CUTLETS lb07C ^Horry's Home Cured .Hickory Smoked >Sl\. BACON .b 55< Fresh PORK HEARTS, TONGUES, MELTS, KIDNEYS tb .29c: ^CHASESc SANBORN COFFEE ..79' r ^ Fresh * •CORN 529c Fresh Ripe Approx. 1 lb. TOMATOES IW- MACKEREL .2'ci29' .SUNKIST lEMONS 2''"49c SUNKIST SWIFTNING 3 W PORK and ^BEANS 25c RED ROBE 303 Size^ PEAS 2'"" 29"= ^OLD TRAIL FLOUR 25 51": .Pet or Carnation :MILK 2cr.29c Krott's Ice Cream Mix FRIZZ 2*"35c DURKEES SAUD DRESSING»35' [ALL FLAVORS ALL FLAVORS ^JEllO 2'-'1ScK00LAIIE<»2Sc: TREND 2 Large OQc Boxes u7 BLEACH Vi GAL. :SAYADAY«..15c SORGHUM 59< ^SUNSHINE HI.HO CRACKERS 1 lb. Box ^^^^^ 29- BEN E. SMITH Ofnoe 1744 V. H. QUIGLEY SALESMAN SIS flonth I nth Str«><>t 8 Room duplex, modern except heat; corner lot, paved street, close in, west—easy terms. 7 Rooms, newly decorated inside and out, water system, itarage, S lots in IValtonville— S.^.'iOO. 3 Room house, water, electricity, large chicicen house, at edge of town—easy terms. 4 Room, new house, insulated rockwool, 2 lots, glassed-in back porch, water in house, $43.50. Located in Bonnie. 5 Booms, water and lights, 605 Bell street. Can be bought on terms. 4 room new house, modern except heat, west location, good terms. Price $4750 —a good buy. 4 room, modern except heat, west location; $600 down—total price, S5000. 13 Room apartment house, all furnished and modern— $7500, low down payment. Farm.-!— 7, 8, 10, 30, 40, 80, 180, 200 acre. LISTINGS WANTED: FARM and CITY PROPERTY II See this prewar 5 rooms, built-in bath and kitchen cabinets, newly decorated, garage, full lot— $5200. Extra nice 7 rooms, ultra modern, large living room, fireplace, 4 bedrooms. 2li built-in baths, modern kitchen, full ba.scment, gas heat, garage— 801 Oakland. Beautiful new 6 rooms, modern. 3 bedrooms, built-in bath, modem kitchen, large utility room, oil heat, garage near completion— 2402 Cherry. 6 rooms, all modern, g<ara«e, Lamar Avenue—oifly $6000. Very attractive 5 room efficiency, long living room, fireplace, hardwood floors, built-in bath, modern kitchen, fine basement, pipe furnace, west edge of city. New 4 rooms, full basement, B acres, woven wire fenced on highway—only $6000. Good 7 room modern duplex, brick store building, plus 4 room cottage with bath, pnviKi street, close In, a fine investment. . .. 4 room modem tile brick, full basement; west— $7600. Beautiful new 5 room ranch style, long living room, picture window, hardwood floors, built-in bath, modern kitchen, den breezeway, garage, only $10,000. 5 rooms, modern except heat, full lot—1022 Prairie avenue. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELL^BLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS" 315 South 10th Street, Room B — Telephone 251 -755 Evening Calls — Telephones 4254 or 2667 -J NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON — Same Phones 62-789 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" Beautifully shaded six room home in the north part; built-in cabinets fireplace, oil heat, full basement, storm windows—every, thing to make a home to be proud of. Must be seen to appreciate. Nominal down payment buys 5 room efficiency house, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, oil water heater, oil furnace and garage. Balance paid like rent. This is a BUY! 6 room efficiency with 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, carpeted, awnings. Fully modern with plenty of shade. Excellenet location, price win agreeably surprise you. $500 down, $35 per month buys a 4 room home, Venetian blinds, newly decorated, city water, in west part of town. BAKERY, 1011 Broadway—only one downtown and is a real money maker. Excellent equipment—owner might exchange lor city property, but must sell. This is a real bargain. 6 room modern home, hardwood floors, oil furnace, over one acre of ground, large^ utility room. Near Bethel school. Priced reasonably. 60 acres, all modern farm, six room home. An ideal home in which to raise your children. Abundance of shade. Chicken house and. barn all in fine condition. Priced to sell. Clothing store doing good business. Owner must leave because of ill health. In small town Just outside Mt. Vernon. Only $3500 cash. 4 rooms, all modern except heat; can be purchased for only $500 down, balance less than rent. Only $4500, in west part. Brick home, fully modern with 4 rooms and utility room in excellent location, with good garage. This home is near transportation and is really a fine home for the price. Brick home with 4 rooms, all modern, two bedrooms, plenty of clothes closets, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, oil heat. This house Is worth the price and worth seeing. 11750 down buys nice home with 5 rooms in gooA neighborhood. Fully modern with hardwood floors, built-ia cabinets, built-in bath, and balance can be paid like rent. fSOO down, balance like rent, buys 405 S. 20th, S room modern except heat. Close to Field school and Junior High. Never for sale before. Would exchange for other property. Consult o Reol Estate Speciolist who knows ond who has hod over twenty yeors of successful experience- We will moke you o CASH OFFER for your home or form.
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