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SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 195> THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS SOCIETY PERSONAL Friendship Circle Club iff Mrs. Edna Wealhcrly will be hostess to members of Friendship Circle Cli\b, Wednesday, at Mt. Vernon City Park. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon. All former members of the club are invited to attend. Wenleyan Service Gull«I Miss Jennie Ruth Estes will be hostess to members of the Wcs- leyan Service Guild of Epworth Methodist Church, Monday evening ^ at her home, 708 Pai-k avenue. The meeting will begin at 7:30 o'clock. Hickory H|ll Home Bureau Hickory Hill Unit, Wayne County Home bureau met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Esta Richards in Keenes, with 23 members and one guest in attendance. During the business meeting, roll call was answered by each member showing her picture taken during babyhood. The lesson, "growing up %i emotionally" was given by Mrs. Katherine Brittingham, Home Adviser of Wayne County. Following the meeting, games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Brittingham. Mrs. Fairy Niccum and Agnes Shafer. The hostess served refreshments, assisted by Mrs. Elsie Cornstubble. The unit will meet Tuesday, June 26th at Park school house to make pads for cancer patients. Members who plan to attend are • requested to bring needle and thimble. A chicken fry for members of the Unit and their families will be held at the home of Leonard Henson, July 3rd. The regular July meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bessie Braddy, Miss Gordon Honored Mrs, J. E. Witter and her daughter. Miss Mary, entertained Thursday evening with a pre-nuptial shower in honor of Miss Sherrill 9 Gordon, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Harold Gordon of Philo, 111. who will become the bride of Terrell Tittle. Sunday at First Presbyterian Church. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature were placed on a table centered with a replica of a bride and groom in an arciiway decorated with lilies of the valley, the traditional silver wedding bell and wliite satin bows, flanked by pink tapers. Games were played and prizes • awarded to Misses Nita and Rita Fitzjerrels, Donna Lee, Mrs. Don Lee and Miss Dorothy Gaston. The hostesses served refreshments which carried out the bridal theme. Rev. and Mrs. Glen Martin and their daughter, Colleena. of Louisville, Ky., are the guests of Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. Leonard Davis. Jim Capps is spending the weekend in Peoria. H. N. Fitzgerald of Ina was a business visitor here yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cullins and James Green are in Quincy, 111., whore they are attending a three day stale convention of the National Federation of Postal Clerks, Cullins is vice president of the state federation and Green is president of the local association. Mrs. Cullins is an officer in the auxiliary organization. , Mrs. Robert Stevens and daughters, Joy and Joan of Wayne City were Mt. Vernon visitors yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Floyd Collins and Mrs. Richard Collins spent Thursday in St. Louis. Miss Ahna Newby is spending several days vacation in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Click arrived last evening from Los Angeles, Calif., where they have been the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Click, the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Clicks who are enroute to Champaign where thev will attend the summer session at the University of Illinois, are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Coale. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jenkins and children ot Jacksonville, 111. are the guests of Mrs. Jenkins mother, I Mrs. Leonard Davis. | Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cox, Mrs. Max , Mrs. petnberton. Misses Martha and' Betty Pemberton, and Mrs. W. H. Beckmeyer attended the operetta, "Naughty Marietta" given at the Egyptian Music Camp in Du Quoin last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cross arrived Thursday from Burbank, Calif, and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Roth in this city While here, Mr. and Mrs. Cross will also visit relatives in Dahl- gron. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hester and son, Dolmar, of Sandoval spent yesterday in this city with their daughter. Miss Dorothy Hester, who underwent surgery at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Prof, and Mrs. Harold Gordon and daughters, Chai-lotte, and Sherrill, are the guests of Mrs. J. E. Witter in this city. Miss Sherrill will be married to Terrell Tittle at First Presbyterian Church Sunday. The Gordon's are former Mt. Vernon residents. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Beeson returned home this morning after visiting friends in Carmi and in East St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Pairker and OUR MEN IN SERVICE Pfc. John R. Capps, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Capps of 423 Herbert street, has recently been transferred from Denver, Colo, to F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he will enter technical school. LEGAL (MOTiCES 2012 Richview road, will "open house" Tuesday evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Parker, who have lived in Mt. Vernon since 1941, were harried in Danville, 111., June 26, 1926, by the Rev. F. L. Enslow at the Baptist parsonage. They are the parents of two sons, Dean, who was a member of this year's class graduating from Mt. Vernon high school, and Curt, who with his wife and daughter, have arrived from their home in Memphis, Tenn. to attend the celebration. Green Hills Ladies Are Guests Out of Town Ladies' day at Green Hills Country Club was dispensed with this week, while the members were the guests of two out-of-town clubs— Centralia on Tuesday, and Carbondale on Wednesday. At Centralia, Tuesday, Barbara Hayes made low scratch score for the 18 Mt. Vernon golfers in attendance. Audrey Lindsay and Mildred Weatherford ended in a tie for blind bogey. Hazel Hayvkins of the local club had high score in canasta. On Wednesday, at Carbondale, Lee Hess was low medalist for the Mt. Vernon delegation. Mildred Weatherford and Lee Hess tied for low putts and J'Nita Settlemire and Barbara Hayes tied for 4-H CLUBS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker To Celebrate Silver Wedding I ivir. arm mia. v-un, * Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker, daughter, Judith Kay, of Memphis, hold Tenn. are-the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker, Richview road. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson and children arrived from Onawa, la., yesterday morning to visit his mother, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Fairfield road, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Dykes, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Welge, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Howard, Miss Sue Howard, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Turner, Miss Paula Turner, Mis Joan Hutchison, Mrs. Rowland Clark, Miss Jean Clark, Miss Barbara Walker, Mrs. G. Gale Gilbert, Miss Janet Clarke, Miss Wanda Powers, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Buford, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Johnny Howard, Mrs. Dee Stover, Miss Rosita Stover, Miss Peggy Hite and Miss Anita Sheffield were among those from this city who attended the operetta, "Naughty Marietta," given last evening at the Egyptian Music Camp, Du Quoin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merril were the guests yesterday of her aunt, Mrs. Minnie Ingram. The Merrils. who have been on an extended tour of the eastern states, were en route from New York City to their home in Bellingham, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis P. Bradley, Sr., attended the operetta given by the Egyptian Music Camp at Du Quoin last evening. Their daughter, Mary Jane, who has been attending the Camp, accom- Pfc. John Cupps Pfc. Capps enlisted in the U. S. Air Force on February 8, 1951 and received his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base at Sam Antonio, Texas. He is a graduate of Mt. Vernon township high school with the class of 1949. His addi'ess is: Pfc, John R. Capps, A. F. 17307120, 3470 Student Sqd., F. E. Warren A.F.B., Cheyenne, Wyoming. Participating in the Naval shore bornbardment of the Korean coast is Harry E. Leuty, fireman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Leuty of Dix. He is serving aboard the battleship USS New Jersey. The only battleship to be brought out of "moth balls" and put on active duty in Korea, the New Jersey was re-commissioned last November. She spent five months in fleet and gunnery exercises before reporting to the Far East as flagship of the Seventh Fleet. Lowell Hicks, radioman third class, USN, son of Mrs. F. E. Sapp of Mt. Vernon, is serving aboard the fleet oiler USS Platte operating in the Far East. The Platte's chief mission is to supply fuel to United Nations ships so each fighting ship has a minimum of travel from her place on the firing line. As a part of Service Squadron 3, she helps provide everytliing from amunition to ice cream for UN vessels supporting ground forces in Korea. Glenard George Hammack, 32, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hammack of 516 north 11th street, has been recalled to active duty with the U. S. Army as a captain in the ordnance department. Capt. Hammack is stationed at the Pentagon, in Washington, D. C. MASTER IN CHANCERrS SALE State of Illinois, County of Jefferson, ss.—In the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, Thelma E. Crider and Frances Maddox, Plaintiffs vs. Albert Hale, et al.. Defendants, Complaint in ^JJiancery for Partition—No. 51-2037. • Public notice is hereby given pursuant to a decree entered on the 8th day of June, A. D., 1951, by the said Court in the above entitled cause, I, Curtis Williams, Mastery in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, will at the hour of One O'clock Central Standard Time, in the afternoon, on Saturday, the 7th day of July, A. D., 1951, at the South Door of the County Court House in the City of Mt. Vernon, County of Jefferson and State of Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate, towlt: The West One-Half (WVa) of the Southeast Quarter (SE^) and the Northeast Quarter (NE^) of the Southwest Quarter (SWH) of Section Thirty- Three (33), except the oil, gas and other minerals in and under and that may be produced there­ from together with the right to mine and remove the same and subject to all valid and sub- tsisting oil and gas leases and The Southeast Quarter (SE%) of the Southeast Quarter (SE14) of Section Thirty-Two (32), all of the above described real estate being situated in Town Three (3) South, Range Three (3) East of the Thrid Principal Meridian, Jefferson County, Illinois, subject to air taxes now due or which may hereafter be assessed against the said real estate. TERMS OF SALE; Cash in hand at time of sale. Said sale and all my proceedings in this matter are subject to the approval of this Court. Bidders are advised to consult tha decrees in the above entitled cause from which all my authority is derived. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, this 9th day of June, A. D., 1951. CURTIS WILLIAMS. Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois. ALVJN LACY WILLIAMS, Attorney for Plaintiffs, 649-651 Jobs B. Rogers, Buildinff, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 6-23 Texico Top-Notchers Girls 4-H Club will meet Monday at the home of Wilma Jean Whitson. At their last meeting, held Tuesday, at the home of Sharon Sollis, talks were given by Rose Marie McKinney, Joan Simmons, Tracie Champ. Sharon Lee Green and the hostess. Reports were given by Eunice Ann Myers and Dana Lee Beal. second place in low putts. I panied them home. A special prize was awarded to ^ ^ ^ Thompson has returned to Barbara Hayes and Hazel Haw- Norfolk Va where he is stationed kins had second high score in canasta. Ladies who plan to go to West Frankfort next week are requested to make their reservations by Monday noon. General Robinson's DnUEfhter to Wed Brigadier General Paul I. Robinson, acting deputy Surgeon General of the Army, Washington, D. C, and Mrs. Robinson, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to Cadet H. Beech- cr Dierdorff, Jr., of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, son of Colonel and Mrs. H. Beecher Dierdorff of Norristown, Pa. Colonel Dierdorff is with the Army Dental Corps. General Robinson is the son of Mrs. Anna Robinson of Waltonville. 111. Miss Robinson is a student at Washington University School of Fine Arts in St. Louis, Mo., where she is a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. In August, General Robinson will assume command of Fitzsimons Army hospital in Denver, Colorado. He will be accompanied by his family. The engagement was announced at a luncheon party on yesterday, at the officers' club of the Army Medical Center in Washington, D. C. Centering the luncheon table and surrounded by flowers, was a replica of the bride-elect's engagement ring, the traditional West Point sweetheart's miniature. Speciolizinq in Farm Sales Furniture and Real Estate at Auctions. Sales. Corl Kraatz, Auctioneer Phone 86F1S ITIlln or Phone 8414. Mt. Vernon, HI. Ice Cold Wotermelons and Contoloupcs vine Ripened Tomatoes and Pole Beans Wilkerson's Market 1506 South 10th St. with the U. S. Navy, after spending several days leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Thompson on the Fairfield road. Bob Everett, who has been the guest of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Thompson, has returned to his home in Evansville, Ind. Mrs. Earl McKinney has returned home after visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Davis and family, at Fairfield. She was accompanied home by her granddaughter, Linda, who will spend the weekend here. At a meeting of the Summersville Fun Makers 4-H Club Thursday, the club president. Norma Jean Lisenby, gave a demonstration on "hemming a dress." Bluford 4-H Victors met Thursday at the Bluford High School with 8 members, two guests, and the junior leader, Dorothy Bise, in attendance. David Breeze made a talk on swine. The club will have a hayride at their next meeting, July 3 at the Bluford High School. Following the meeting, refreshments were seived by David and Allen Breeze. Jefferson County 4 -H'ers To Attend Ball Game in St. Louis All Jefferson County 4-H'ers who want to attend a baseball game in St. Louis Tuesday evening, June 26, must register in the Farm Bureau office before Tuesday. The tickets are free, but the boys and girls who register must make a deposit of $1.50 for their transportation. We will go by chartered bus to St. Louis. We will leave the east side of the court house at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. The game is between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. There are about 70 tickets left out of 110 received. Guests at Party All Older Than 80 By A *«aciatt4 Pnm FLORA, 111., June 22 — So he would be "the baby", R. S. Jones invited only guests 80 or older to his 80th birthday party at Flora. Ages of the score of guests totaled 1,751 years. The eldest was 96. All were still active, some operating businesses. An 82 year oldster said his long life formula was "moderation and toleration." An 81 year old said, "we're just kids, just boys this afternoon." A. N. Tolliver, 81, from Louisville, 111., observed: "We're here, I guess, living on someone else's time. • • • We've got to quit hurrying through life if we want to stay a long time. FOR SALE DINING ROOM SUITE Consisting of 6 chairs, table, buffet, china closet. Good condition. Reasonably priced. CHARLES C. CROUP 820 North Street — Phone 8706 PUBLICATION NOTICE In the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, niinois. Claudine Tennyson, Plaintiff vs. Benton Junior Tennyson, Defendant —Complaint for Divorce; No. 51-2063. You. Benton Junior Tennyson, will take notice that on the 4th day of May A. D. 1951 a comnlalnt• for Divorce was filed against you in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, to be lield In Mt. Vernon, In said County; to which complaint you must answer or otherwise make your appearance on or before the 6th day of August A. D. 1951, the return date, or default will h>e entered against you, (Seal) . HARLEY v. WARREN, Circuit Clerk. Joe F. Allen, Attorney for Plaintiff. Mt. Vernon Cltv Bldg., Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 7-7 GLASSES Dr. J. W. Williamt, O. 116 North 10th St. Mt. Vernon, III. TH. BOWL CO?Hl HOUSE SERVING COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNERS Served 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. Mt. Vernon's Finest Eating Spot AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT 8th and Casey Streets - Telephone 2128 i i DANCING CLASSES rap • BaUet Acrobatic • Toe PHONE S181 Mrs. Horry Dunhom Member flhic -ago National Ass'n ol DnnrlnR Masten When you Purchase an Inauraneo Policy You Expoet Two Things: ^ ^ PROTECTION and SERVICE 4 f We GIVE You BOTH! f m PROTECTION In old line Stock Insurance companies m ^ who hare a capital set up for your security. ^ i PUBLIC SALE BENTON, ILL. Wednesday, June 27 Cafe and All Equipment By the Piece INCLUDED— 1 Electric Refrigerator. 1 Blectric Coca Cola (fountain). 1 6-Case Electric Box. 1 Cash Register. 17 Counter Stools. 6 Booths. 9 Tables. 1 Electric Malt Mixer. Chairs, Dishes and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—CASH. CLYDE CARNEY, Owner T. B. RUSSELL, Auctioneer. Listen to Auctioneer Ruaaell every Friday, 11:50—WMIX. SERVICE which is the principle on whtcft our present and future business is dedicated. THIS IS WHY WE SAY— J BE SUREi:::^INSURE with Z iJOHNSON&ESTES^ 2 INSURANCE AGENCY I ^ • ALL FORMS of INSURANOK • ^ ^ 601 South 10th St., on Virginia Ave., 'Phone 3502 ^ AMVET DANCE TONIGHT MUSIC by CURT BRADLEY and HIS EGYPTIONNAIRES Amvets and Guests NU-REMEDY Knocks the Aches AT ALL DRUG STORES .25- AGOOI> INVESTMENT Fine Locotion North Sida Close In. A 4-ROOM APT ^A S-ROOM APT, AND A BASEMENT APT. with monthly Income of $150.00. Two baths, hot air heat, double garage, nicely decorated. Here la a safe Investment with a good Income. Priced t< sell and on reasonable terms. The furniture Is Included. ED B. MOSS at 1442 or 738, or V. E. BICUABOSON at 120S ^ HOME FOR SALE, TRADE OR LONG LEASE-BY OWNER 227 S. 18th 7 rooms—3 bed rooms, large closet in each room. ,, Carpeted throughout upstairs and down. Hot water heater, stoker, hot water heat, IVz baths. Half way between Field and Jr. High school. Venetian blinds throughout. Curtains. Ready to move in. New awning on every window. See Troy Hawkins 205 N. 14th JULIA RUTHERFORD —REAL ESTATE JOHN R. WOOLSEY^ Solesman Phone 400 or 48 1011 Main St. $200 Cash, $28 per month, buys 3 rooms, north part—price $3000. 8 room modern home in west part— 2 baths, basement, initable for duplex; cottage in rear. Immediate possession. A real buy for quick sale. 41 acre farm, 5 miles east of city, 4 room house, barn, chicken bonse, electricity, telephone—price $3500. $500 cash, balance like rent, buys 4 room all modem banralow, north part; built-in bath built-in cabinet, hardwood floors, possession July 1—a real buy. Price only $3500. For rent—1 room modern furnished apartment, 712 Jordan; t room modern furnished apartment, 315 south 7th. Phone 400 or 4S. New ranch type 1 rooms, hardwood floors, bullt-ln eablnets, ante* matic heat, attached garage, city water, on hard road. 5 rooms, all modern, full basement, stoker heat, newly decorated, now vacant. Choice location— 408 south 19th street. 6 room house, modern except heat. Can be ptvchased on easy terras. On South tZtb street. New 4 room house, hardwood floors, fireplace, bullt-la eablnets; also large shop building. Close in on Waltonville Road. 6 room house, close in on Cherry street. IVIII trade for small sa- burban property. Real nice 5 room house, built-in cabinets, modem bath, baaemenl with furnace and stoker. 20 acres nice level groond, good roads, across from block school house—reasonable, 30 acre farm, now vacant, 5*/^ miles east; fair buildings—only IS80«. Good 77 acre farm, good buildings, 2% miles north ot Tezteo-~oaly 17700. New 4 room house, modern except heat, barn and other sntbnUdlngs. t acres ground—close in. 6 room home in Bluford at a very low price. Reol Ettote Brokers 309 S. 10th Phone 3622 ROBT. L. HARVEY, Broker Horold E. Chombliss, Soletmon & HENSON REAL ESTATE AKD INSURANa Marvin L. Ni ^ore - Frank Hopkins Sofesmen Gim MiiRPHY. Broker 1118 Moin St.— Phone 217 1.—Income property consisting of 4 unit apartment buildinf with all furnishings. Income $167.50 per month. 317 South 9th street Out of town owner will sacrifice for quick sale. 2.—Mr. Investor—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 apart- ment upstairs, office and garage with double duty car or truck lift on ground floor. Another feature Is the location—«tS Main street. Oon't let this bargain pass. S.—4 room modern ranch type home, hardwood floors, modern kitchen and bathrooms, utility room with oil furnace, lot 7Sx20t, located close in east. 4.-4 room bungalow, garage, eoal house and efalekea hmm only $2500. 5.—>Good 8 room house nicely arranged In two 4 room spartnwnti^ located close in on ISth street. d.—Excellent building site comer lot, Northbrook Drlro. 7.—Out of town owner will sell 5-room modem bungalow, Tenvtiaa shades, insulated, full basemejit, furnace, garage—west part. 8.—Grocery stock of goods and fixtures, good location. 9.—90 or 133 acres, 4 miles southeast of Mt. Vernon on Lynehburg road, house and barn, 3 ponds and 3 wells, Improved road, close to school and high school bus line. Ground has been limed and improved; farm mostly hi corn. If sold soon will let 1/t at crop go. 10.—1 room bungalow, modern except heat;' also I roooi eottags •> same lot. Priced to sell—18th street. 11.—5 acres w^re or less on the Fairfitid Boad, wttb or wtthsat buildings—good building site. 12.—8 acres, I room house, good ont bnildlugs, electricity—Walioavillo Road. ^ BEN E. SMITH Offloo 1144 V. H QUIGLEY 8ALRHMAN tIB flontlt tMli mrrH • Room duplex, modem except heat; eamer lol, favai stissi, in, west—easy terms. 7 Booms, newly decorated Inside and oat, water system, garaia, 1 loU ta Waltonville—$5500. —3 Room house, water, electricity, large ehickea hoase, al fldg* at town—easy terms. 4 Room, new house, insulated rockwool, t lots, glawsd-tn badi 90reli, water in house $4250. Located <n Bonnie 5 Rooms, water and lights 605 Bell street; Can bs loagM Mi terms., 4 room new house, modem except heat, west loeaUoa, B«od (arna. Price $4750—a good buy. 4 room, modern except heat, west location; |4W dewu tslal fries, $5000. 12 Boom apartment house, all fnraiahed and asodern HtW, to* down payment Fami»-7, 8, 10, 30. 40, 80, 180. 200 acre. LISTINGS WANTED: FARM and CITT noratTT I See this prewar 5 rooms, built-in bath and Utehea eablnets, aswfr decorated, garage, full lot—$5200. Extra nice 7 rooms, ultra modern, large living room, fireplace. 4 bedrooms, Zy, built-in baths, modern kitchen, full basement, 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. 8 rooms, all modern, sarage. Lamar Avenue—only $6090. Very attractive 5 room efficiency, long living room, fireplace hardwood floors, built-in bath, modem kitchen, fine basement, pipe furnace, west edge of city. New 4 rooms, fun baaanent. • acres, woven wire fenced on bigb.' way—only $^000. Good 7 room modem duplet, brick store building, plus 4 room cottage with bath, paved street, close in, a fine investment. . .. 4 room modem tile brick, lull basement; west—17604. BeautUui new 5 room ranch style, long living room, plcturt window, hardwood floors, built-la bath, modem kitchen, den way, garage, only $10,000. 5 rooms, modem except heat, full lot—1022 Prah-te avenus. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C RICHARDSON "YOUR REl.IABLE REAL ESTATE DEAUSIS" 315 South 10th Street, Room B — T «lephone 251 -TSS Evening Calls — Telephones 4254 or 2667 -J NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON — Somt Phonft 62-789 FOR rOUR CONVENIENCI "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" •'^^•-^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ™. -^^^•^•?rir-^-vss^ Beautifully shaded six room home in the north part; bnlli-fai cabinets fireplace, oil heat, full basement, storm wladows->«veiT> thing to make a home to be proud of. Most be seen to sppmilsfs Nominal down payment buys 5 room effleteney heis^ hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, oU water hc»ter, oO furnace and garage. Balance paM like rent. This Is • BITTI f room efficiency with 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, carpeted, awnings. Fully modern with plenty ol shade. EaeoUeMt toeatjea. price will agreeably surprise yon. 1509 down, $35 per month buys a 4 room homs^ newly decorated, city water, in west part of town. BAKERY, XOU Broadway—only one downtown and Is a real money maker. Excellent equipment—owner might exehaafs tor ehf property, but must sell. This Is a real bargain. 6 room modern home, hardwood floors, oil fnmaee. ever oae acre of ground, large utility room. Near Bethel sehesL PrleeA rcssea- ably. 60 acres, all modern farm, six room home. An Meal home in which to raise your children. Abundance of shade. Chicken, house and bam all in fine condition. Priced to selL Clothing store doing good business. Owner most leave beeaaae of 81 hsalth. In small town just outside Mt. Vernon. fMy fSSM cash. 4 rooms, all modem except heat; ean be purchased for only ISM dswa, balance less than rent. Only $45M, la weal pari Brick home, fuUy modern with 4 rooms and ntOity room la tmeOtai location, with good garage. This heme Is aaar trsasgstlslisa and Is really a fine home for the priea. Brick home with 4 rooms, all modem, tw* isdresms. plealy al clothes closets, hardwood floora, bnllt>ln eahbMla, oO heal. Xhls house Is worth the price and wsrth —'— $1750 down bu>^ nice hoine wtth Fully modern with hardwood floors, bullt-ln bath, and balance can be paM like rent ISOa down, balance like rent, buya 44* 8. ***h, • -CvM ^^tMrn 'cept heat Close to Field school and Junior Hifh. before. Would exchange for other pceperty. bidlMa CoMuH o RMI Ettoft SpMifllM wif ^••J^V^^iJf hat hod ovti fwentv ycort •» 9K9Wnf will mak* you o CASH OFFER foi yMW kmm m

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